The Culinary Academy meeting scheduled for tonight has been postponed until Tuesday August 26th.
|Walter Reed Middle School|
It is the vision of Walter Reed Middle School to improve the lives of students by setting them on an educational path which leads to success through high school, college and beyond. We seek to engage and inspire students with coursework which uplifts and challenges, imparting critical thinking and problem solving skills which exceed the standards adopted by the state. As the primary advocates for students, parents play a central role in this vision; By staying informed in their students' education through reading announcements, attending meetings, and informing the school when appropriate learning objectives are not met, parents form a partnership with the school which leads to student success.
Dear Incoming 6th Grade Families,
We hope you are enjoying your last week of summer break! In case you missed it, please find posted here the power point presentation that was shown July 30th to help orient our new families to Reed policies and procedures. Remember: school starts Tuesday, August 12th, 7:50 AM.
The SLC’s are looking forward to meeting incoming students and sharing some insights and answering your questions. Please join them on August 2nd for some good conversation, fun activities and yummy food. Please remember that the day is divided by SLC’s and it’s a potluck (see flyer for details).
For summer reading, here is the 2014-15_Battle_of_the_Books_List.pdf.
The first day of school is Tuesday August 12 @8:00 am. Dismissal on Tuesdays is always @1:32. Normal days are dismissed at @3:00.
Homerooms will be listed at the entrances of the school by student last name. Students are to report to their homeroom to receive their schedules.
Please explore this website for more information about our school. Uniform Information.
Also, helpful tips may found at: http://FriendsofReed.com/new-parents, where you will be able to subscribe to the school email newsletter, as well find links to your SLC’s websites.
The Summer of Learning program is a collaboration between the city and the Los Angeles Unified School District, offering free classes to Angelenos ages 3 to 24, focused on science, technology, engineering, arts and math, as well as job-readiness training. There are also Beyond the Bell sports activities. The project is being funded by a $500,000 donation from J.P. Morgan Chase and $200,000 from the nonprofit California Endowment.
As of today, Registration for exciting enrichment activities is now open! The activities take place all over Los Angeles, but not at our school.