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GRADES 6-8

440 Mead Street
Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54494
715-422-0950

 
School hours 7:35am — 2:40pm


e-mail: AMS Office

 

Academic Success Center (ASC)

The Academic Success Center (ASC) is designed to assist students at all grade levels with diagnosed learning disabilities, short-term individual learning needs, additional study skills, and help in specific academic areas.

 

The ASC offers one-to-one instruction and small-group tutoring from trained tutors who design a customized program to meet student's needs. Educational specialists are resources to faculty in accommodating the different learning styles of students in their classrooms.

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Student Ambassador Program
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Renaissance Learning Certifications

Assumption Middle School has achieved the prestigious Reading Master School Certification. This is the highest level of Accelerated Reader Certification for a school. Master Certification recognizes the school's ability to sustain a high level of implementation and thereby dramatically improving students' reading achievement.

Several middle school classrooms have also achieved Math Model Classroom which is the first level of Math Certification for a classroom.

This certification level identifies the classroom as one that adheres to best practices and focuses student energies on achieving personalized as well as class goals.

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Guidance

The Middle School guidance and counseling program offers classroom guidance, group activities, parental programs, and counseling support for individual students.

Support groups are offered at all grade levels for students. Some topics may be students who are experiencing a change in their family structure, students who are new to our school, or any other identified need. Students come to this group on a voluntary basis and are encouraged to develop skills to help them adjust to the changes in their life in a positive way. Students in these groups provide support for one another and are bound by the rules of the group to keep all discussions in confidence.