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The mission of Hadley E. Watts Middle School, a community of learners, is to provide diverse educational opportunities that develop the skills, attitudes, knowledge, and ethics needed to reach individual potential and create a foundation for life-long learning and productive citizenship.

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Grades 6-8 8:50 - 3:35

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Watts - Coulles Chosen as Teacher of the Month

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Watts - Coulles Chosen as Teacher of the Month

Congratulations to Miss Lindsey Coulles who was named as this month’s Teacher of the Month by Clear Channel Radio and Huntington Learning Center. Read More


WATTS’ STUDENTS COMPETE IN ORIGINAL POETRY TOURNAMENT

Wednesday, April 16, 2014
WATTS’ STUDENTS COMPETE IN ORIGINAL POETRY TOURNAMENT

The ten classroom winners from Watts Middle School’s English Language Arts Poetry Tournament are in the IMC after competing against each other before their 8th grade classmates that determined a final winner. Pictured back row: Sarah Weymouth, Jordan Davis, Caroline Buchheit, Josh Giambattista, Ben Ballard, and Nupoor Goyal. Front row: Justin Jones, Madison Montour, and Sajana Yerubandi. Read More


Watts - Students of the Week 4-14-14

Monday, April 14, 2014
Watts - Students of the Week 4-14-14

We wish to congratulate those students chosen by their teachers as Students of the Week. These students include: from the NW pod and Mrs. Hoy’s advisory…Olivia Little; from the SE pod and Miss Hocin’s advisory…Maddie Welsh; from the NE pod and Mr. Brooks’ advisory…Lillian Gibbons; from the WW pod and Mr. Mitsch’s advisory…Mya Wehde; and, finally, from the SW pod and Senora Roberts’ advisory…Jack Edwards. Congratulations students and keep up the good work. Read More


Watts - Students of the Week 4-8-14

Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Watts - Students of the Week 4-8-14

We wish to congratulate those students chosen by their teachers as Students of the Week. These students include: from the SE pod and Miss Hocin’s advisory…Rachel Moyer; from the SW pod and Mr. McDermitt’s advisory…Jared Robbins; from the NW pod and Mrs. Breese’s advisory…Annie Fugate; from the NE pod and Mrs. Bakan’s advisory…Thomas McGinley; and, finally, from the WW pod and Mrs. Martin’s advisory…Hope VanVlymen. Congratulations students and keep up the good work. Read More


Watts - Just Couldn't Break the Tie

Monday, March 31, 2014
Watts - Just Couldn't Break the Tie

Before heading off to Spring Break, the Junior Optimist hosted a little friendly game of basketball between the Watts staff and student body. Read More


Watts - Medieval Mayhem!

Monday, March 31, 2014
Watts - Medieval Mayhem!

Do you think you could have made it in Medieval days?  The 7th graders in Miss Swillinger's Social Studies class got a taste of what it would take. Read More


Watts - Zombies in Wonderland?

Monday, March 31, 2014
Watts - Zombies in Wonderland?

What has happened to Wonderland? Alice and her friend (or cat), Dinah, find out that something terrible has happened in the land formerly known as Wonderland. Read More


Watts - Look to the Skies

Thursday, March 27, 2014
Watts - Look to the Skies

We look to the skies and we see the birds flying around, but how much do we really know about them? The 7th graders got a chance to witness some of the more common raptors seen here in Ohio when the Glen Helen Raptor’s Center representative, Betty Ross came to visit their Science class. Read More


Watts - A Little Cultural Visit

Thursday, March 27, 2014
Watts - A Little Cultural Visit

Did you ever know a kid that had an appreciation for opera? The Muse along with the Dayton Opera was determined to give them a new understanding of the world of opera…and make it fun! Read More


Watts - Students vs. Staff on the Volleyball Court

Thursday, March 27, 2014
Watts - Students vs. Staff on the Volleyball Court

On Thursday, February 13th staff members and students of Watts met on the volleyball court to see who would rule. Well, ok, it was a lot more friendly than that and all for the Student Council. Read More