Parent Information Page

Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option


Most Commonly Requested Forms

Dance Chaperones Needed

Chaperones are needed for Dance and Activity Nights.  Please email Mrs. Hedge, one of our Student Council Coordinators, if you are interested in helping out at any of the dance/activity nights.  Her email address is:

Drop Off and Pick Up Guidelines

The file below contains additional information about the  best procedures for dropping off and picking up students in the north parking area.

The front drop off loop (Ann Arbor Trail side of building) is the only area designed for the drop off and pick up of students by private vehicles. No drop off or pick up by private vehicles is allowed on the south side of the building {bus Loop} for safety reasons.

The system of drop off works most efficiently if drivers pull ahead as far as they can in the loop before dropping off their child along the curb. There is a natural tendency to drop off by the flag pole [close to the entrance]; this however limits the area along the curb for cars to drop off. This can cause the cars to back up out towards Ann Arbor Trail and actually increase the time required to drop off students and the congestion in the lot. Please remember to pull as far forward toward the drop off sign before letting students out on the right side of the car only. Students can enter the building via the main entrance to the building and also through the cafeteria entrance.

Please do not turn left when leaving the lot after drop off or pickup, as this considerably slows the flow of traffic. You can turn right and immediately turn left through the Bird School loop along the Ann Arbor Trail fence, allowing you to travel west on Ann Arbor Trail without backing up traffic in the school drop off area.

At dismissal time it is recommended that parents utilize the entire curb area for waiting to pick up their child. We encourage people to pull forward to fill the spaces that open up as parents pull away after picking up their child. Please do not wait in one spot leaving spaces along the curb in front of you.

Thanking you in advance for your assistance with this matter.

Help West/Fundraiser Information

Did you know that West Middle School can earn money from products or purchases that you make at the following locations? Won’t you please take a minute to look at the programs and see if you shop or use the products indicated? Annually we earn over $2,300 from families that shop at Kroger’s and Busch's and have selected West to receive the benefits!

Box Tops for EducationClick here for a list of items that have boxtops to save. 

Busch's My Way - To enroll in Cash for Education  click here to log into your MYWAY account and select Cash for Education from the drop down menu, then choose West Middle School.  Start shopping! Every purchase you make will earn rewards for your designated organization(s), just be sure to use your MyWay card or phone number at checkout.  Please note that you need to enroll for each quarter.  *Don’t have a MyWay account? Sign up at and enjoy easier shopping and savings! If you have any additional questions, contact us at

Dick Scott Donation Voucher Program- West Middle School has teamed up with Dick Scott Automotive Group and their Donation Program. The program is called Dick Scott Donation Vouchers, a new way to raise funds for our school and participation is easy.  Simply present a pre-printed voucher when buying or leasing a vehicle from Dick Scott Automotive Group and our school earns $100 for every voucher redeemed.  Please click here for additional information and to download the voucher, just scroll down to West Middle School, and bring the voucher with you. 

Kroger Reward Program - Please support West’s fundraising efforts by enrolling your "Kroger Rewards" card. Please follow the instructions listed to make your purchases count towards the donation to West Middle School. Please click here to be linked to the Kroger website. Click here to register your Kroger Plus card and information regarding the reward program.  This program requires that you re-enroll each year.  Please click Kroger Community Rewards Member Instructions for more information.

HASSLE FREE FUNDRAISER - West’s Hassle-Free Fundraiser is a convenient way for families to help West raise funds to enhance the educational experience of our students.  There is nothing to sell and nothing to deliver.  All the money raised will go directly to serving our students. Based upon survey responses and our needs, we have set our fundraising goal at $20,000.  While any donation is greatly appreciated, donations of $25.00 per child will allow us to meet our goal.  Please click here for more information and the donation form.  

WMS INTERVENTION FUND - An anonymous donor has created the West Middle School Intervention Fund.  This fund will help to provide educational resources and to pay the fees for West Middle School students who do not have the means to pay for a field trip.  The donor will match any and all donations to the West Middle School Field Trip Fund up to $500.  If you would like to make a tax-deductible donation, please send your check to the West Middle School office.  The check should be made payable to EEF (memo:  West Middle School Intervention Fund).  If you would like to make a donation via credit card, please use the following link to take you to a secure site:  A receipt/proof of tax deductible donation will be sent to you.  Thank you for your consideration.

Thank you to everyone who participates in these programs.

Parent Coffee Schedule

Parent coffee is usually held on the third Wednesday of the month from 9:30-10:30 am.  The agenda includes various topics for the parents of middle school students.  Some of the Parent Coffees are combined with Pioneer Middle School.   Parents will have an opportunity to ask questions and stay informed on the happenings

Study Table

Study Table is Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00 pm starting in December and runs until May.  A permission slip is required to participate, there are permission slips in the office for students to pick up or there is one attached below to be printed at home.

Tardy Policy

Student success is one of our top priorities.  A timely arrival to class can only make a student more successful as they move toward high school and beyond.  Tardiness detracts from the general classroom atmosphere and creates a disruption or distraction for others.  The tardy policy is as follows:

  1. Phone call by the teacher after 3 tardies.
  2. Parent letter from the Assistant Principal on or after the forth tardy.
  3. A one-hour before school detention will be given for each tardy thereafter.


Volunteers are always welcomed at West activities. The district  requires that a form be filled out. Please visit the Chaperone & Volunteer Background (ICHAT) Request page for more information.

Free viewers are required for some of the attached documents.
They can be downloaded by clicking on the icons below.

Acrobat Reader Flash Player Windows Media Player Microsoft Silverlight Word Viewer Excel Viewer PowerPoint Viewer