Drop Off/Pick Up: Helpful Hints
Thank you to all the drivers at WRMS for showing patience and courtesy to other drivers. Here are some hints that may lighten traffic and stress on adults.
August 15th-1st day of school, 8:10-11:40am
August 19th - 2:15-3:00pm - 6th Grade WEB Social for all WEB attendees
August 25th - Destination Imagination Info Meeting, 7pm - MPR
August 31st -Back to School Night, 7pm (6th grade)
September 1st - Back to School Night, 7pm (7th &8th grade)
September 12th -PTSA meeting & ice cream social, 7pm
September 12th - GATE Parent Night 6pm
Picture Re-take Day is October 12th
WRMS Picture day was August 17th. If you missed it, please come to the MPR October 12th during your lunchtime to have your picture taken. You will receive your Student ID at this time. If you had your picture taken on Aug 17th, ordered pictures and do not like them, please come to the MPR during your lunchtime to have your picture re-taken. Click here for order form or go directly to http://www.ciphotoca.com/prepay for ordering (search by school, select packages, then check out.)
Prepay and receive a free family portrait session!
WHEN: Information Meeting: August 25th, 7:00pm
WHERE: WRMS MPR
WHO: Parents AND students should attend
Destination Imagination (DI) is a small group, creative problem solving, after school activity that invites student teams from all over the world to solve challenges. DI promotes teamwork, critical thinking, project management, STEM and performing arts. Teams of up to 7 children solve 2 types of challenges through the year.
In February, teams present their solutions at a regional tournament held in Dublin.
Destination Imagination is a parent volunteer program. Teams need parent volunteers called "Team Managers" to facilitate the groups of up to 7 students. Free training is provided. Groups meet with their "Team Manager/s" for an hour a week from October to February. The specific time, day & place is negotiated between the participants of each group.
For more information please attend:
We will explain how the program works & model an Instant Challenge. Then put teams together. Bring your child to the meeting.
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Dougherty Station Library
Welcomes you to a New School Year!
Dear Students and Parents:
Staff members at Dougherty Station look forward to assisting you in the use of the library. We are here to help you find information for homework assignments and to provide books, magazines, and other materials that are interesting and fun to read. You can help us meet your needs successfully by understanding and following library rules. To help you be a successful library user we suggest that you:
Understand and follow the Patron Conduct Policy. The essential behavior, while using the library, is consideration of other library users. The choice to follow behavior standards will allow you to stay in the library. The choice not to follow the standards will bring the consequence of being asked to leave the library. The Patron Conduct Policy is available on our website at ccclib.org. If your child is coming to the library, you need to read and understand the library’s rules and expectations.
Get a library card. It’s free and gives you access to library resources. You need a library card to use our computers and reserved textbooks.
Parents, please consider how your child can be successful in the library. The library experiences problems and safety issues when middle-schoolers are sent to the library after school each day. During this time, peer pressure and boredom create unacceptable situations and inappropriate behavior, resulting in an environment in which others are unable to read, study or enter and exit comfortably. Be clear about your expectations regarding their behavior. The library will enforce the Patron Conduct Policy and students will be asked to leave if problems arise.
Do not designate the Dougherty Station Library or DSL parking lot as your student’s pick-up location. This practice creates safety concerns for pedestrians and causes unnecessary traffic congestion. Students who are waiting inside the library for their ride, tend to congregate by the front door, or run in and out of the library, and are often loud and disruptive. This activity impedes our ability to serve other library customers.
We appreciate you working with us to create a positive library experience for all. Please feel free to talk with any staff member about the use of the facilities, equipment and materials of the library. Library staff can be contacted at 925 973 3380.
Nancy Kreiser Erica Thatcher
Senior Community Library Manager Librarian – Teen Services
San Ramon Libraries
San Ramon Libraries
Principal's Welcome Message
“There are people who make things happen, there are people who watch things happen, and there are people who wonder what happened. To be successful, you need to be a person who makes things happen.”
Our website is both user-friendly and informative. If you are a parent or student, you will discover more detailed information when you log into your Schoolloop account using the login button located on the left of this homepage. One of my personal goals is to make certain this website is an effective communication tool so that everyone connected to WRMS is well informed about all the activities on campus. Please explore this site and look for updates and pertinent material. You will find that the quick links sidebar connects you to SRV district news and Common Core California State Standards.
If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact me. I want to work together with you throughout your child’s time at WRMS to ensure the best possible experience for them. We are good at what we do because our combined efforts encourage students to meet, and even surpass, each and every one of their goals. I urge you to come and help us make things happen at this exceptional California middle school.
All students will learn at high levels and become responsible, productive citizens.
Main line: 925-479-7400
Attendance line: 925-479-7470
Office Hours: M-F 7:30am- 4pm