Orchard Middle School News

On April 25, 2017, the voters within the Wenatchee School District will be asked to vote on a Renewal Educational Programs and Operation Levy, also known as a Maintenance & ...

The Wenatchee School District utilizes an automated phone calling system called School Messenger to communicate with families.School Messenger is a notification system that deli...

It doesn’t happen very often, even in the snowy Wenatchee Valley, but occasionally school may be delayed or closed due to inclement weather. How and when&nbsp...

Wenatchee School District is implementing a new field trip procedure to streamline the process. Parents will no longer need to sign permission slips for their child to go on som...

The Wenatchee School Board approved the school calendar to include autumn parent/teacher conferences to three full days for the 2017/2018 school year. In the past conferences ha...

January is School Board Appreciation Month. Wenatchee School Board members were honored at a reception before the January 24, 2017 board meeting. The national award winning Mari...

Julie Parker is the newest National Board Certified teacher in Wenatchee School District. The  Pioneer Middle School Spanish and 6th grade Language Arts Teacher is one of 5...

Wenatchee School District is considering changing autumn parent/teacher conferences to three full days for the 2017/2018 school year. Currently, conferences take place during ...

It doesn’t happen very often, even in the snowy Wenatchee Valley, but occasionally school may be delayed or closed due to inclement weather. How and when&nbs...

Wenatchee School District recently mailed out an information newsletter about the Phase 2 Bond the Wenatchee School Board is considering. Click here to see the information. &...

Drivers will soon notice lights flashing in school zones later in the day in addition to the regular morning and afternoon hours due to release of students attending After Sch...

Wenatchee School District students are in for a treat today -- it's Taste Washington Day —a celebration of schools connecting with local farms to make the most of ou...

Congratulations to Taunya Brown and Diana Haglund who were nominated for "Women of the Year." Brown is Principal at Orchard Middle School, and Haglund coordinates We...

Both the Parent Information Packet and Forms Packet will be sent home with all elementary, middle, Westside & Valley Academy students the first week of school. WHS student...

WARNING - It has been brought to our attention by Skyward, the software that is our Student Information System and provides family access to student information, that someone ...

Congratulations to the teachers and staff who are retiring! These are the people who have dedicated their lives to making learning personal in the Wenatchee School District, a...

Claudia De Robles has been appointed to the Wenatchee School District Board of Directors Position No. 3, filling the vacancy created by the resignation of Jesús Hern&aa...

National Teachers Day

May 3, 2016

“One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world.” ― Malala Yousafzai An education is one of the greatest gifts we can give our ch...

We invite you to continue the conversation started with Wenatchee Learns by talking with us through ThoughtExchange, an online space to share ideas about learning in Wenatchee...

Choice students will no longer be accepted at Washington and Sunnyslope Elementary schools due to overcrowding at each school. Choice students at Washington grades 2, 3, and...

The public is invited to a reception celebrating the service of Jesús Hernández, a member of the Wenatchee School District Board of Directors since 1997. &nbsp...

Applications for School Board position are due this Friday, April 22 by 4:00 PM at the District Office, 235 Sunset Avenue.   Interested applicants are asked to submit...

Buy your Yearbook now!

April 12, 2016

It's time to buy your 2015-16 OMS yearbook

How did he go from juvenile detention to two doctorates, with training at Harvard Medical School and University of Oxford? Adam Sáenz will be the first to admit that h...

Wenatchee School District congratulates Desiree Schmidt, second grade teacher at Lewis & Clark Elementary School, for being honored as a Hometown Hero by the American Red Cr...

The local American Legion is inviting nominations for the 2016 Educator of the Year Award.  If you have an Educator you would like to nominate, please follow the steps...

We are currently seeking email address and mobile phone numbers of parents, guardians, and community members to increase our ability to share information through electronic communication and enable us to gather feedback. Thank you in advance for your support!

When we use the term “educator” it generally conjures up thoughts of teachers, principals, etc.  In truth, the responsibility of educating children is shared by...

      8th Grade Parent Information Night “WHS Class Registration Process for incoming 9th graders”     ...

Need $5,000 for your classroom, project or initiative?

GWATA, the NCW Technology Alliance will host the 16th Annual Innovator Awards on March 29th from Noon-1:30 p.m. at the Wenatchee Convention Center.

We're on Facebook!

January 26, 2016

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Highly Qualified Teachers

December 4, 2015

At the beginning of the school year, a district receiving Title I Part A funds must notify parents of children enrolled in school receiving Title I Part A funds that they...

We are partnering with BrightBytes, an educational data analytics company, in order to learn more about our students’ school and home technology use for learning.  ...

Wenatchee represented well at the recent premiere of the Unmake a Bully premiere.

Scholastic Book Fair

October 20, 2015

All book purchases qualify you for the Read-In!

DISTRICT AND UNION REACH AGREEMENT

The Back to School Health Fair will be Saturday, August 15 from 9am – 12pm at the Columbia Valley Health Wenatchee location at 600 Orondo Street. The date provided for our August Back to School Newsletter was changed after we went to press.

Over $4500 in cash and gift cards donated to local fire victims!

Want to help the victims of local fires but you're not sure how?

We thank the 31 men and women who are retiring for their years of service.