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McMaster Middle School

Tom Strong

Tom Strong

Mary Brandon

Mary Brandon

The McMaster Middle School is located on the Toledo Campus for levels 7 and 8. Mary Brandon and Tom Strong are the classroom’s co-teachers.


 McMaster Middle School students in The Blade’s Stock Contest jumped
from 54th place to 4th place this week. Read more:

The past month in Technology class, the Middle School students have been preparing for Spring Internships. They have been working on resumes and cover letters to send out to their internship locations.  This is a great way to show the community their talents, as well as documenting their achievements.


These students are peer editing resumes and cover letters

Last Wednesday, Middle School prepared a luncheon for the staff. The menu was pasta salad, salad, beef stew, and lots of delicious desserts. The students prepared all the dishes. They also took orders and delivered to Little House teachers. All the staff enjoyed the food!


Students preparing the meal.


Kathryn and Hanna provided some homemade desserts.


Teachers enjoying the meal


Students serving the teachers


Desserts are ready!


Congratulations to WSM’s Middle School students who participated at the annual MathCOUNTS competition at the University of Toledo on Saturday, Feb. 7.

The Middle School team placed ninth out of 18 area schools. Team members include: Hanna Ahmad (8), Alex Desser (7), Sean Fernandez (8), Rachel Gorman (8), Zaynab Lazreq (8), Rebecca Martin (7), Kathryn Rex (8), Henry Thomas (7), and Emelie Wagner (7). A total of 139 students participated at the competition.

MathCOUNTS is a national enrichment, coaching, club, and competition program that motivates and rewards middle school students for math achievement. The local event is sponsored by the Toledo Society of Professional Engineers.

MLK awardMiddle School recently participated in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Civil Rights Writing, Art, and Multimedia contest, sponsored by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission. This year students from around the state of Ohio had to choose a dream that they have and express it in the form of writing, art, or multimedia based on the following question:

What are you doing or what will you do to communicate your dream(s) to your school/community, and build a legacy that will influence and inspire others to take similar action? 

One of West Side Montessori’s Middle School students, Emma Morgenstern, won first place in the essay writing contest in the 7th grade division. Her essay targeted the ongoing issue of bullying. Fellow MS student, Zaynab Lazreq, won first place for the art contest. Zaynab’s artwork expressed her longing for coexistence in the 8th grade division.

Emma and Zaynab’s work will be recognized at the Ohio Civil Rights Commission program on Thursday, Feb. 26, in Columbus!

Congratulations to Emma and Zaynab!