ALOHA & BEST WISHES TO ALL THE 8TH GRADERS HEADED WAIMEA HIGH SCHOOL - GO BIG BLUE!!!!! GRAB & GO MEALS ARE AVAILABLE AT KEKAHA SCHOOL FROM 12PM TO 12:30PM. PHYSICAL REQUIRED FOR INCOMING 7TH GRADERS HAVE A GREAT SUMMER!!!
BALINESE PERFORMING ARTS THEATER COMES TO WCMS!
Students in 20% Time Life On Land creating Australian Aboriginal dot art for communities who experienced loss in the recent fires.
Itʻs coding time. DASH robot is being programmed to write the word ALOHA.
Girls love rockets! Afterschool STEM activities provided by community partner Raytheon.
Students in 20% Time Life Below Water work with Surfrider for a beach clean up.
Students showcasing their prototype for their 20% Time project on how to bring awareness to single-use plastics.
Science Rocks! Students learn about important science process skills such as measurement during experiments.
WCMS KPAC rose to the challenge, worked hard, and had a blast to prepare and present their performance of the livescreen theatre (virtual) edition of the comedy, "The Internet is Distract--OH LOOK A KITTEN"
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Waimea Canyon Middle School consists of students in grades 6-8 who live in the communities of Kalaheo, Eleele, Hanapepe, Kaumakani, Makaweli, Pakala, Waimea, Kekaha and Mana. The school is two blocks west of Waimea High School and is bordered by a county park, a residential subdivision, hospital and agricultural land. The school’s history dates back to 1972 when Waimea Canyon Elementary School opened its doors to students in grades K-6 from Waimea, Pakala, and Makaweli. In 1977, the intermediate grades (7-8) were added and its name changed to Waimea Canyon Elementary & Intermediate School. In July 2007, the school converted to a middle school and became Waimea Canyon Middle School. The school is accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).