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    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. 

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    CALL OUT 7/13/2020

    Good afternoon Warrington Warrington Middle School Families.  Due to Covid 19 The superintendent of schools announced that parents will need to select one of three options for their students' attendance in the coming school year.  This selection must be made by July 20th.  The three choices are traditional school, remote learning, or Virtual School.  This choice will be for the first 9 weeks of school. I will explain each choice.  Virtual school is the Escambia County Virtual Academy.  A student who makes this choice will be enrolled in the Escambia Virtual Academy and will do their class work on the computer at home with teacher assistance. The second choice is remote learning, again the student will work from a computer at home.  The difference between Virtual and Remote learning is that the remote student will be required to attend all classes online from 9:10 to 4:00pm.  The remote learner will have a schedule and attendance will be taken.  The Virtual student will work on their class on their time at their pace with teacher assistance and will not have a Warrington Middle School schedule.  The third choice is Traditional.  This means the student will board the bus and attend school in the classroom. More     information about each option is located on the Escambia County School District website as well as directions on how to make your choice.  Again, the district has asked that all families make a choice by August 20th.  Should you have any questions please call 850 453 7440

    6/30/2020 Callout
    Good afternoon,

    This is Mr. Brummet Principal of Warrington Middle School.

    I am reaching out to parents and families to see if there may be interest in becoming a substitute teacher for the Escambia County School system and for our school this coming school year.  

    A substitute teacher can earn from $72 per day up to $130 per day based on your degree and assignment.  If you have completed 60 college credit hours or have obtained a degree you could become a substitute teacher.  

    We will have a virtual informational meeting on July 7th at 3 pm.  If you would like to attend our virtual meeting to hear more information or to ask questions please call (850) 453-7441 or email me directly at bbrummet@ecsdfl.us.  Give us your e-mail address and we will send you a virtual invitation. This message and information on how to become a substitute teacher can be found on the Warrington Middle School web page.  

    Message to our students. (click video below).

    Supply list

    6th Grade:

    Book Bag / Backpack

    Notebook paper

    #2 Pencils (preferred)

    Blue / Black ink pens (optional)

    Hand-held pencil sharpener with shavings container

    6 Composition books (sewn not spiral, any color)

    8 folders with pockets and prongs or 2-inch binder with dividers

    Colored pencils

    10 Glue sticks

    Highlighters

    Zipper case to hold pencils

    Combination lock with serial # on the back for PE

    Earbuds for computer use 

     

    7th Grade & 8th Grade:

    Same school supplies as 6th grade

    Red ink pens

    Index cards

    Calculator for use in science & math classes (suggested for use at home)

    TI-30X Calculator

     

    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!

    Connect2Compete

    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 www.connect2compete.org/cox 

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

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

    Chromebook Video

    Chromebook Contract

    What To Expect In The Event Of A School Elevated Security Notification

    School Uniform

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

    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.

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    Warrington Middle School Hours

     Drop Time    8:40 am

    Start             9:07 am

    Dismiss        4:00 pm