District Info

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PARENT LINKS

Contact List

Traci Ursrey - Principal                 494-5665 ext 223

Angie Gonzalez - Assist. Principal   494-5665 ext 224

Julie Davidson - IB-MYP Coordinator  494-5665 ext 250

Nancy Durre - Literacy Coach     494-5665 ext 342

Santelia Houston - Dean          494-5665 ext 230

Chris Norris - PBS Behavior Coach  494-5665 ext 274

Traci Sturgeon - Secretary      494-5665 ext 232

Attendance - 494-5665 ext 234

To Schedule Parent/Teacher Conference - 494-5665 ext 227

Student Links

Teacher Links

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to J.H. Workman Middle School

Home of the Jaguars!

Our Mission

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. 

MEMORIAL DAY

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Monday, May 25th

MEMORIAL DAY

Today, we remember and honor those who have died while serving in our nation's armed forces.

Land of the Free, Home of the Brave.

We will not forget.

End of the Year Award Programs

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    7th Grade Team A & B

         Tuesday, May 26th

         1:30pm

    7th Grade Gifted Team

         Wednesday, May 27th

                                        1:30pm

                                   Both - Workman Cafeteria

   

8th Grade Completion Ceremony Information

Tuesday, May 26               Completion Ceremony run-through   1/2 block (9:20-10:45)

Wednesday, May 27         Completion Ceremony run-through   1/2 block (9:30-10:45)

Thursday, May 28             Completion Ceremony Begins at 10:00am - Booker T. Washington High School Gymnasium.

Dress Attire:  Girls - white dress or white skirt/white blouse - No straps, strapless or halter tops.  Length must be no more than two inches above the knee.  Boys - Black pants or khakis, white shirt and tie, no sneakers.  All Participants must attend rehearsals - May 26 & 27.  If you have any questions please contact Mrs. Peacock at 494-5665 x 280.  

Parents that wish to check their child out after the ceremony must complete a form that has been sent home.  Please return the form to your child's compass teacher by Friday, May 15th.  

Please contact Dianne Fischer if you have questions.

 

Happy Retirement to our JH Workman Teachers & Staff

Mr. Broxton

Mr. Cannon

Mrs. Taghon

Mr. Waters

Incoming 6th Grade Students

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Band - Instrument Selection Night               

Wednesday, May 27th - 4:30-6:30 - JH Workman Band Room - Room 600

Please contact Russell Bertles if you have questions.
 

TESTING (EOCs)

Tuesday, May 26th

Foreign Language Exam - Spanish & Chinese

Wednesday, May 27th

6th Grade Band Written Exam - (Rescheduled for today)

Foreign Language Exam - Spanish & Chinese

 

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No Backpacks.jpgThe Final TWO Days of School - May 28-29

students will NOT be allowed to bring Backpacks to School.

 

JH Workman Summer Reading List

7th Grade Awards Programs Rescheduled

Team A-B - Tuesday, May 26th - 1:30pm - Cafeteria

Gifted Team - Wednesday, May 27th - 1:30pm - Cafeteria

6th Grade Band EOC Rescheduled

6th Grade Band Students will take their End of Course Exam Wednesday, May 27th during the final block of the day.

J.H. Workman Community Garden

The English as a Second Language students and Special Education students partnered with the Gulf Breeze Community Garden are learning the science of gardening.  The objective of this project is for the students to learn about the scientific concepts through hands-on project based collaborative learning.  The students are learning about the cost-effectiveness of growing one's own fruits and vegetables, the importance of community service and the necessity to sustain our environment.  

Calendar

Today: 5/24/15

School Motto

School Motto

J.H. Workman Middle School's IB Website

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IB Website Link

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.

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

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IB Exit Interview Commendations

Philosophies

  • Learner Profile permeates throughout the building.
  • School is committed to the principles and philosophies of IB.
  • School values the diversity of our population.

Organization

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