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Our mission is to create a safe, supportive, and technology enriched learning environment which affirms diversity and promotes success for all learners through the cooperative efforts of all stakeholders.

ELA and Social Studies Family Night

Veterans Day 2017

Math and Science Night


Julie Mizell, Principal

Tony Natson, Assistant Principal     Scott Chapman, Assistant Principal

18809 Highway 80 West  Statesboro, GA 30458 

Phone: (912)212-8820  Fax: (912)212-8839

Registrar: 212-8824    Lunchroom: 212-8827    School Nurse: 212-8828

Questions or Comments?


 Knights Never give up! We Inspire Growth, Hard work, and Teamwork to promote Success.

Knight's News


WJMS RAK Week Dress-Up Day Themes

Monday - Hats Off to Kindness: Pay $1 to wear a hat

Proceeds benefit Bulloch Co. Special Olympics

Tuesday - Neon Day: Let Kindness Brighten your day!

Wednesday - Crazy Sock Day: Crazy for Kindness

Thursday - Kindness Never gets old: Decade Day!

Friday - WJMS spirit Day!  Show kindness and school spirit today!

Reminder:  Dress code expectations apply on dress up days too.


Collect Money for Bulloch Co. Special Olympics

Monday, February 12th - Penny Day

Tuesday, February 13th - Nickel Day

Wednesday, February 14th - Dime Day

Thursday, February 15th - Quarter Day

Friday, February 16th - Dollar Day


The homeroom from each grade that raises the most money will get a trip to eat lunch at Georgia Southern!





The Averitt Center for the Arts has a new outreach initiative, Arts for All, designed to help make arts participation more affordable to members of the community. The three-tiered program hopes to assist the financial needs of families interested in attending classes, camps, and workshops at the Averitt Center.

Each year, the Averitt Center for the Arts offers an array of arts education programs in the visual arts, theatre, dance, chorale, music, strings, and literary arts. Classes are age appropriate for youth ages 3-18. Scholarships may also be available to the Center’s afterschool arts program, Art Adventures@the Averitt, on a limited basis.

Parents of youth interested in art programs at the Averitt Center can visit averittcenterforthearts.org for more information. If parents wish to enroll their child in a class through the Scholarship Fund program, please contact Averitt Center Program Director Tony Phillips at 912-212-2728 (ext.103), or email tphillips@averittcenterforthearts.org.


Tuesday, February 6, 2018 from 6-7pm in the Statesboro High School Auditorium

Statesboro High School (SHS) will be presenting valuable information to prepare your child for his/her transition into the 9th grade.

Topics include:  Registration timeline, classes, expectations, and how to be successful in high school.

Please visit our SHS Website for Registration Resources


Choose 2018-2019 Registration

We hope to see you there!


WJMS Social Studies & ELA

Family Night

February 6, 2018

6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

  • Interactive WWII Timeline

  • The Art of Middle Eastern Culture

  • A tour of Africa

  • The thrill of Horror

  • Book Fair

  • Complimentary Dinner

  • Parent Climate Survey Opportunity