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WILBUR & McMAHON SCHOOLS

T: (401) 635–2351

F: (401) 635–2191

TT/Voice: 800–RI55555


28 Commons
Little Compton, RI 02837

info@littlecomptonschools.org



The mission of the Wilbur & McMahon Schools is to develop a comprehensive educational community with high academic standards that challenge all students to love learning and to become skilled communicators and critical thinkers who are respectful, motivated, responsible, and self confident contributors to their community and the world.

 

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New School Improvement Plan

Our Vision

Wilbur & McMahon Schools are dedicated to preparing students for educational and life experiences in an atmosphere where there is respect for the dignity of every person and an enthusiasm for learning. Wilbur & McMahon Schools are dedicated to the principle that educational programs be both challenging and supportive, distinguished by consistent high standards and by attention to the needs and potential of the individual student.


Our Beliefs

This Statement of Beliefs encompasses the fundamental convictions, values, and character of the Little Compton school district. These beliefs will direct the activities of our school.


The Little Compton School District believes that:

  • We can always improve.
  • Each student has the right to an educational experience based on high standards. All children can achieve high standards.
  • Not all children will achieve the standards in the same way or in the same time.
  • Schools must provide safe, secure, nurturing learning environments.
  • Schools must be flexible to change.
  • Education is a shared responsibility requiring the cooperation of the student, home, school, and community.
  • Schools prepare and challenge students to contribute to the community.
  • Love of learning fosters life-long educational growth.

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Notices

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Most Recent Blog Posts

Middle School Reading Program Week 4

Wow! This summer is flying by fast! We’re already in week 4 of our summer reading program and we are about 1/2 way done with our summer reading books. The 6th graders have been doing an excellent job reading and … Continue reading

Posted on 30 July | 9:38 am


Middle School Summer Reading Week 3

Today we revisited tough questions and talked about CONFLICT. We also got on the MyOn program to look at more books available online. Our goal is to read 30-60 minutes each week and continue our independent reading. The site is … Continue reading

Posted on 23 July | 8:54 am


Middle School Summer Reading Week 2

This week we did a lesson on Tough Questions. Noticing and noting when characters ask them self questions, which help us understand more about the character and the conflicts. As we read we stopped and asked ourselves, “What does this … Continue reading

Posted on 23 July | 8:49 am


Middle School Summer Reading Program (6-8)

Today was an excellent start to our middle school summer reading program. Miss Sylvia and I are excited to be working with the 6-8 students over the next 6 weeks. In our first session we learned about the myON summer … Continue reading

Posted on 9 July | 9:52 am


Summer Science Assignment

Grade 6 &7 Summer Science Assignment 2014 Read Nick and Tesla’s High-Voltage Danger Lab. Choose three (3) of the Ongoing Activities which can be completed throughout the book.  The purpose is to help the reader become more aware of the … Continue reading

Posted on 24 June | 8:16 am