J. H. Workman Middle School students will become inquiring, compassionate, lifelong learners. Through a challenging and engaging academic program that encourages international-mindedness, our students will attain a broad and firm foundation of knowledge, cultural understanding and respect for diversity.
494-5665 ext 223Angie Gonzalez
494-5665 ext 224Julie Davidson
494-5665 ext 250Nancy Durre
494-5665 ext 342Santelia Houston
494-5665 ext 230Chris Norris
School PBS (Behavior Coach)
494-5665 ext 274Traci Sturgeon
494-5665 ext 232Attendance
494-5665 ext 234To Schedule Parent/Teacher Conference
494-5665 ext 227
Absence Verifcation Form
District policy states parents and guardians have three days from the date of an absence to provide an excuse. Failure to complete this form will result in the absence, check-out, check-in, or tardy remaining unexcused.
Formulario de Verificación de Inasistencia
La política del Distrito establece que los padres de familia y guardians tienen tres días para proporcionar una ex cusa desde la fecha de inasistencia. Si no se complete este formulario va a dar lugar a que la inasistencia , salida, entrada o tardanza permanezca sin excusa.
Parents, Here is important information for you about Workman Middle School.
www.ibo.org The International Baccalaureate® (IB) is a non-profit educational foundation, motivated by its mission, focused on the student. Our three programmes for students aged 3 to 19 help develop the intellectual, personal, emotional and social skills to live, learn and work in a rapidly globalizing world. Founded in 1968, we currently work with 3,318 schools in 141 countries to develop and offer three challenging programmes to over 985,000 students aged 3 to 19 years.
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We LOVE our 'Jaguars'
Band Concert - Tuesday Night
7th & 8th Grade Band Students will present the 'first ever' Fall Band Concert, Tuesday night, Oct 28 beginning at 7:00pm at the Washington High School Performing Arts Center. All staff, parents and community are invited to support our Workman Band Students (7th & 8th Grade) by attending.
Red Ribbon Week - Oct 27-31
Monday - October 27 - Wear Camouflage
"Hide Yourself from Drugs"
Tuesday - October 28 - Wear your favorite Sunglasses and Hat
"Too Cool for Drugs"
Wednesday - Oct 29 - Wear your favorite Jersey
"Keep Your Head in the Game, Say no to Drugs"
Thursday - Oct 30 - Dress up like a NERD
"We are too Smart for Drugs"
Friday - Oct 31 - Wear Spirit Shirts or anything ORANGE & BLUE
"Keeping our 'paws' off drugs"
FCA & First Priority
The Fellowship of Christian Athletes and First Priority will meet together this Monday, November 3 at 8:30am in Mrs. Bloodworth's Room and have a pancake breakfast. Each student will need to get a permanent pass to show the office to get in the building.
First Priority meets the FIRST and THIRD Monday of every month at 8:30am in Mrs. Bloodworth's Room.
THANK YOU .......
....... Teachers - who helped make Ultimate day a success
...... Teachers and Compass classes that participated in the Breast Cancer Door Decorating Contest
...... Staff that chaperoned the 6th grade dance on Oct 24
...... the PSC girls volleyball, girls softball and mens basketball teams for helping with Ultimate Day activities.
...... to Kona-ice for helping us fundraise $400 toward J.H. Workman Middle School PBS during Ultimate Day. For your next fund-raising opportunity, choose Kona-Ice at www.Kona-ice.com.
...... Workman Band Parents & Business who have donated over $1200 to our band program through the Escambia School District Foundation. These donations are used to buy music for all of our band classes and ensembles. For a list of sponsor please go to the BAND page under ACTIVITIES.
Breast Cancer Awareness Week - October 20-24
In the spirit of Breast Cancer Awareness month there was a door decorating contest during Compass, Oct 20-24. The doors were judged on creativity, color choices and neatness. The door judging was held Friday, October 24. Congratulations to Mr. Bertles and the Jazz Ensemble - winners of the door decorating contest. They will receive an ice cream party. On Friday, October 24th, the faculty, staff and students were encouraged to wear pink. The cheerleaders participated in raising awareness this month by selling pink bracelets, using pink poms and wearing a pink bow. The cheerleaders also walked on Saturday, October 25 at Cordova Mall.
Jazz Ensemble wins Breast Cancer Awareness Door Decorating
Workman MS - 2014 Pensacola Interstate Fair - Art Exhibit - Mrs. Hodges "Flying High with FCCLA - Mrs. Bloodworth & Mrs. Klines
From Our Guidance Counselors
New Courtyard Mural Leaves its Mark
A recent Pensacola News Journal article featured our new courtyard mural that was completed by Mrs. Tanya Broom, art teacher at B.T. Washington High School and her senior art students who volunteered ...more
October 27 - at Ransom Middle
Girls Game Begins at 6:00pm
Make Up School Picture Day
Tuesday, October 28th
Kelly Cyr - Workman Teacher of the Year! Congratulations!
JH Workman Globally Recognized as an IB-MYP School
J. H. Workman will be the first middle school in the panhandle of Florida to offer this internationally-recognized framework of curriculum and global education; they join the prestigious ranks of ...more
J.H. Workman Middle School's IB Website
IB Exit Interview Commendations