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    Welcome to Warrington Middle School

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       Click on the picture to sign up for Parent Portal

    New Student Registration

    Engagement Plan
    Parent & Family Engagement



    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.

    Dear Parent/Guardian,

    The Florida Assessment of Student Thinking (FAST) is a progress monitoring tool that will be administered three times per year to track your student’s progress in learning the Benchmarks for Excellent Student Thinking (B.E.S.T.) Standards throughout this school year. 

    The purpose of this letter is to inform you that your student’s results for the grade K-10 (FAST) ELA Reading and Mathematics are now available on the Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) Family Portal. Also, detailed reports will soon be available for download from the Family Portal.

    The FLDOE Family Portal is accessible through the Escambia County Public Schools FOCUS Parent Portal. If you do not have a FOCUS Parent Portal account, please visit:

    Once you are logged in to the FOCUS Parent Portal you can access the FLDOE Family Portal by clicking on the Florida Statewide Assessments link.

    These results are for informational purposes only and should be used to identify areas that may need additional instruction and support. 

    Each progress monitoring test covers the full “test blueprint,” meaning that all content expectations for that subject and grade level are assessed. Therefore, for PM1 and PM2, your student may not yet be at grade level; however, this does not necessarily indicate that a student is not on track to succeed. It is important for teachers and families to understand that PM1 score information is intended to provide baseline results; as your student participates in PM2 and PM3, you will be able to track the progress your student made throughout the school year. 

    For more information about student scores or the Family Portal, please visit:

    If you have any questions related to this test administration, you may contact Mrs. Adrienne Green at 850-453-7440.


    Denny Wilson, Principal                  

    Adrienne Green, Assistant Principal                   

    Dr. Travis Griffin, Assistant Principal

    Volleyball schedule

    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!

    Escambia county school district now offering Student accident insurance

    7th grade shot required and all other grades must have updated/current shots.

    Incoming 7th Graders: Don't forget to get your needed shot this year and bring your record up to school!  All other grade please ensure your child has all there updated shots.  Once updated, please make contact with us so we can update our records.

    Warrington middle school will not require Uniforms for 2022-2023 school year.  Students are still expected to follow school district dress code see below

    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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    Annual Title 1 Meeting

    Chromebook contract 2021/2022

    Please watch the Chromebook Contract Video

    Chromebook Video

    Parents/Guardians click to sign the Chromebook Contract 2021/2022.


    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.  

    The Dental Van will be at the school the week of February 6 - 10, 2023, to provide the services for all students that returned their signed and dated forms.


    Marcia Simpson, Navigator

    Contact Us:


    850.453.7572 (Fax)

    Every Student...Every Day...Whatever It Takes


                 Bell Schedule

    First Bell        9:20

    1st Period       9:25 - 10:15

    2nd Period    10:18 - 11:08

    3rd Period     11:11 - 12:01

    4th Period     12:04 - 12:54

    5th Period     12:57 - 1:47

    6th Period     1:50 - 2:40

    7th Period     2:43 - 3:33

    8th Period     3:36 - 4:20

    Middle school supply list 

    Supply list

    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. 

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