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about 1 year ago

Coordinator: Greg Svihl

Art Club

about 1 year ago

Coordinator: Sara Faulkner


about 1 year ago

Williston Middle School has four different band classes:

7th Grade Band
7th Grade Band is the regular band for 7th grade students. 7th Grade Band marches in the Homecoming and Band Day parades, perform pep band at winter basketball games, as well as playing concerts and various other performances for the community.
8th Grade Band
8th Grade Band is the regular band for 8th grade students. 8th Grand Band marches in the Homecoming and Band Day parades, perform pep band at winter basketball games, as well as playing concerts and various other performances for the community.
Beginning Band
Beginning Band is open to any 7th or 8th grade student that wants to learn to play a band instrument, and sets students up for success in joining 8th grade band or the high school’s concert band next school year.
Jazz Band
Jazz Band focuses on learning and performing in various jazz styles and is a smaller group of dedicated musicians. Students in Jazz Band have the opportunity for more performances around the community as well as the chance to perform at Festivals.

The middle school band room is located in room B210 (in the Bakken Elementary side of the school).
2016-2017 Schedule:

  • 7th Grade Band: 6th Period – 12:49 p.m. – 1:33 p.m.
  • 8th Grade Band: 4th Period – 10:29 a.m. – 11:14 a.m.
  • Beginning Band: 7th Period – 1:38 p.m. – 2:22 p.m.
  • Jazz Band: 5th Period – 11:49 a.m. – 12:44 p.m.

Middle School Band Advisor

Nicole Rumppe is in her fifth school year teaching band at Williston Middle School.

Like many of my students, I started band as a fifth grader and have now been playing clarinet for sixteen years!


about 1 year ago

Coordinator: Jonathan Wharton

National Junior Honor Society

21 days ago

The purpose of National Junior Honor Society is to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, a desire for service, to promote leadership, develop character, and encourage good citizenship in the students at Williston Middle School. Students may be selected for membership during their second semester of seventh grade by school faculty based on outstanding scholarship, character, leadership, service, and citizenship.

Membership for NJHS begins with the induction ceremony at the end of the seventh grade year and continues through all of eighth grade. The group meets once a month in regular meetings run by student leaders within the group. Students determine at least one service project per month to be completed with the group. These projects are designed to fill a need within our school or community.

Past projects that NJHS has done include:

  • hosting and running a Spooky Story Contest for WMS students
  • ringing bells for the Salvation Army, a toy drive through the Teddy Bear Toss
  • creating and distributing Valentines to every 7th and 8th grade student and teacher
  • honoring teachers during Teacher Appreciation Month
  • making various donations to worthy causes
  • other volunteer opportunities throughout the school year.

NJHS Advisor

Nicole Rumppe is the National Junior Honor Society advisor. If you have any questions about NJHS, contact her at

Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD)

6 months ago

Coordinator: Mary Catherine Anderson

Student Council

about 1 year ago

The Williston Middle School Student Council is an extracurricular activity for students who are interested in learning about democracy and leadership. It is a student led activity and serves as the voice for the entire student population.

Student Council is involved in activities both within Williston Middle School and in the community. Some of these include:

  • volunteering at the Salvation Army
  • setting up dances
  • organizing homecoming activities
  • raising money for the United Way
  • improving student life at WMS

Student council meets every Wednesday at 7:30 in the Middle School library. Any 7th or 8th grade student can be involved in Student Council.

Middle School Student Council Advisor

Jonathan Wharton and Chris Doane are in their second year as co-advisors of Student Council. For more information, contact or

Our goal as advisers are to encourage the students to be involved and help them grow into leaders.