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    We are happy to announce that Summer School dates are

    from Wednesday, June 9th to Thursday, July 1st

    from 9:45am - 3:15pm. 

    No summer school on Fridays. 

    To find out whether your student is eligible, please reach out to one of your child's teachers or call 850-706-0692 and speak to Ms. Golden. 

    Breakfast, lunch and transportation within the WMS zone will be provided. 

    You must sign a form to allow your child to participate.  These will be available to send home with your student or to be signed. 

    See Ms. Baker when you arrive at the school. 

    It will be streamlined so parents do not have to wait. 

    It's come in, sign, and go.
    Thank you, Mrs. Golden.


    Questions about switching from remote TO TRADITIONAL? 

    Call 453-7440.

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    Please watch the Chromebook Contract Video and sign the contract to receive your Chromebook!

    Chromebook Video

    Chromebook Contract


    Social and emotional learning for your child and great tips for you!  Educators and parents are becoming increasingly aware of the need for social and emotional learning (SEL) in schools.  Click HERE for more information.


    New Student Registration

    Supply list


    #2 Pencils

    Blue or Black ink pens

    Wide Ruled Notebook Paper

    Pack of multi-colored highlighters

    Zippered Binder or 2 inch, 3 ring notebook and set of 10 dividers

    Ear buds


    Parents: Has your address and/or phone number changed?

    The Escambia County School District arranges transportation and other services by referring to the address on file at your child's school.

    Please help us maintain accurate and timely service for your child and ensure we are able to contact you in the event of an emergency by keeping your address and phone number current at your child's school.  

    Thank you!


    Warrington Middle School recognizes the importance of technology in our students’ education and is excited to announce our support of the Connect2Compete program that can make Internet access at home a whole lot easier and more affordable! 

     If your child receives free lunch at school, your family may be able to get fast Internet service at home for just $9.95 a month. Visit 

    or call toll free 1‐855‐222‐3252 to apply.  

    Contact Us:


    850.453.7572 (Fax)

    We’re UP for it!

    Warrington Middle School Hours

     Drop off Time    8:40 am

    Start Time           9:07 am

    Dismissal           4:00 pm



    9:07 ​​​First Bell

    9:10 - 9:58​​ First Period

    10:01 – 10:49​ Second Period

    10:52​ - 11:42 ​Third Period​​​

    10:52 - 11:14 Lunch A ​​​

    11:20 - 11:42 Lunch B

    11:45 - 12:35​ Fourth Period​

    Lunch C ​11:45 – 12:07​​

    Lunch D 12:13 – 12:35

    12:38​ - 1:28​ Fifth Period​​

    Lunch E​​​ 12:38 – 12:58 ​​

    Lunch F 1:06 -1:28

    1:31- 2:19​​ Sixth Period​

    2:22 – 3:10​ Seventh Period​​

    3:13 - 4:00​​ Eighth Period​​



    Tuesday​​     10-27-2020

    Friday ​​          1-15-2021​​

    Friday ​​        03-26-2021 ​​​

    Wednesday​​ 06-2-2021

    Breakfast & Lunch Program

    Warrington Middle School participates in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP).  This means that every student attending Warrington will receive a free breakfast and lunch through our lunch line without having to fill out a lunch application.  We will still be offering our a la carte items (pizza, ice cream, chips, etc.)  that will be available for purchase. 

    School Menu

    Dress Code Policy

    Warrington Middle School has adopted the following Dress Code Policy: 

    • Torn clothing with holes will not be permitted. This includes holes in the knees of pants.
    • Shoes must have a back strap for safety reasons. No 'slides' or house shoes allowed.
    • Students must abide by the 'fingertip rule' when it comes to shorts or skirt length (must extend beyond fingertips).
    • Head coverings including but not limited to caps, scarves, bandanas, do-rags, sunglasses, and hoods shall not be worn inside the school buildings. This includes the classroom, cafeteria, Innovation Center, etc.
    • Hairstyles shall be appropriate and consistent with good grooming. 
    • Preparatory grooming (such as curlers or hair pick) and hairstyles that are distracting and disruptive to the educational process are not permitted.
    • Hair color, if dyed hair should be of natural coloring to the individual (brown, black, blonde, natural red hue).
    • Excessive safety pins in clothing, spiked jewelry and wallet chains are not allowed in school.

    School Uniform

    Navy Blue polo-styled collared shirt & Khaki bottom (skirt, shorts, pants, jumper)