Williams Middle School is dedicated to the overall school district mission of ensuring all students excel in learning, succeed in life, and enrich our community. In addition, we are committed to supporting a successful transition from childhood to early adolescence. As mentors of change – personally, academically and socially, we will strive to:

    • Create an environment for learning that develops a spirit of inquiry, encourages personal excellence, and fosters self-esteem.
    • Support and encourage each individual to reach his/her potential.
    • Provide a highly motivated and supportive staff, and a strong, diverse curriculum that recognizes and accommodates individual learning styles.
    • Foster a community (climate) of understanding, compassion, and respect.

"All students, regardless of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness, have equal access to the general education program and the full range of any occupational or vocational programs offered by the district."


8:20 AM - 2:50 PM


PLEASE CALL 413-565-4260


Important Dates


3-16 WMS Fundraiser

7 - Hat Not Hate Day

9 - Yom Kippur (no school)

14 - Columbus Day (no school)

15 - Teacher Professional Development Day (no school for students)

18 - Pumpkin Carving Party 3-4pm*

22 - Picture Retakes

24-25 Parent/Teacher Conferences (½ day for students-11:30 am dismissal)

24 - Evening conferences (6:00-8:00 pm)

31 - Halloween - Wear your costume to school

October 3-16

Wear a blue hat on Monday October 7th to make a stand against bullying.

Annual pumpkin carving party

Interested students need to let Miss King know by Oct. 11. They also need to pay $4.00 for pizza and juice. On the day of the party, students need to bring in SCOOPED OUT PUMPKINS.

Students and staff showing off their hats for Hat Not Hate Day

The entire LPS community is invited to an evening presentation by Challenge Success and hosted by the Special Programs Committee. Challenge Success, a research-based organization working out of Stanford University, partners with communities who aspire to redefine success and create "more balanced and academically fulfilling" lives for their children. Middle and High School staff will learn from Challenge Success on our October 15 professional development day. Community members are invited to an evening presentation on the same day, beginning at 7 p.m. in the LHS auditorium.

Longmeadow Public Schools is pleased to provide the students and families of Longmeadow with a K-8 Student Handbook that articulates parent and student rights and responsibilities and serves as a disciplinary code of conduct. We believe that this handbook is a reflection of our deep commitment to establishing safe, supportive, and orderly learning environments where the expectations for staff and students are clear and widely understood. Additionally, we view this handbook as a reflection of the District’s firm and enduring commitment to creating schools that are welcoming, inclusive and free from discrimination, harassment and bullying. We hope that this document serves our families as a valuable reference and guide to the statutes, regulations, policies and practices that govern the operation of our schools.

The 2019-2020 Handbook is available on the WMS and LPS District Website under the Parents tab or at this link

School Schedule:

  • School begins promptly at 8:30 am and ends at 2:50 pm.
  • Students may enter the building at 8:20 am. Students arriving prior to 8:20 are encouraged to gather by their grade level in specific areas. (After 8:20, the students can enter through the main entrance.) Please see the map for more details: Map of WMS and Grade Level Points of Entry.