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  • Daily Announcements:    April 22nd and May 2nd

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  • Physical Education Uniforms will be sold during lunch hours on Wednesday, May 4th.

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  • Please select for the WHBMS Honor Roll:
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  • Middle Years Newsletter:    

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  • Middle School and Outside Programs:
    PAL April-June 2016
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  • Select for PTO Membership Form 2015-2016 

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  • Look at WHB Middle School Students In Action 

    The WHBMS read I Will Always Write Back as our community read book this school year. While reading this book, the students discovered many reoccurring themes. These themes are: Believe in yourself, kindness, to understand diversity, not follow the norm, be less judgmental and understand other cultures. The WHBMS has been putting these themes into practice through the Hurricane Kindness Project. We hope to continue practicing these themes and values by participating in the African Library Project and by collecting and send books to Africa to promote reading and learning. These projects have fueled us in learning about the rewards of giving to others. We were so inspired by I Will Always Write Back that we have decided to implement a PenPal program with a school in Indonesia. To understand cultural differences and empathy for others we must begin by believing in ourselves. Caitlin and Martin's story has impacted us all differently; most importantly, it has allowed us to reflect on our own individual beliefs.

    Our website link:
    Westhampton Beach Middle School Book Drive

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  • YEARBOOKS are on sale now! Go to BALFOUR.COM and search for WHB Middle School to order online. Order early to ensure your yearbook. 

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  • Select for the PowerSchool Parent Portal Directions

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  • The Dignity for All Students Act (DASA) prohibits discrimination and harassment based on a student’s actual or perceived race, color, weight, national origin, ethnic group, religion, religious practice, disability, sexual orientation, and gender (including gender identity or expression) by school employees or students on school grounds or at school functions. Please see the Code of Conduct and Board of Education Policy #0115 (Student Harassment and Bullying Prevention and Intervention) for more information.
     
    The District-wide DASA Compliance Officer is Dr. Robert Finn. Each school also has a DASA Coordinator who is available to provide information and assistance. The Middle School DASA Coordinator is Kimberly Licato, Assistant Principal. Dr. Licato can be reached at (631) 288-3800.  
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