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Our Vision

 

Woodstock Middle School will provide a high quality education that prepares students to be responsible citizens in any post-secondary endeavor.  WE are committed to empowering our students by inspiring them to think critically, collaborate, and communicate effectively with others, create in an innovative manner, solve problems efficiently, and incorporate useful technology to enrich their lives.

 

OUR vision includes the belief that:

  • There is NO substitution for a positive and supportive school culture.
  • ALL students can learn when provided with proper instruction and support.
  • A strong academic program unlocks and supports the academic growth of our students.
  • The best discipline comes from a commitment to shared goals.
  • Students need an understanding of, and access to, developing technologies in order to encourage participation and leadership in a technologically developing society.

Our program prepares students who will then have the option to pursue further studies in either college or career opportunities at the postsecondary school level.

 

Our Mission

 

The mission of Woodstock Middle School is to develop ALL facets of OUR students academically, socially, and emotionally in a safe and nurturing environment.  

 

Aggie Creed

 

I AM A WOODSTOCK AGGIE

I know that I possess unlimited amounts of unrealized

potential. I know that I have the intelligence to excel in life. I know that I have the ability to create positive opportunities for my future. I know that the greatest achievements of my life and the success I attain, are dependent upon the choices I make. And I know that through the application of what I learn, I can solve any problem and achieve any goal I set for myself, because

I AM A WOODSTOCK AGGIE!!!!

 


 
Shelby County Schools does not discriminate in its programs or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, handicap/disability, sex, or age.  For more information, please contact the Office of Equity Compliance at (901) 416-6670.
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