Starting in January, the enrollment process for the 2017-2018 school year will begin. The HWMS counselors will be going into 6th and 7th grade Social Studies classrooms the first week of February to cover information about overall requirements, available electives, and core class information. Your child will be bringing home an enrollment sheet for you to look at and sign after the counselors have made their visits. It is extremely important for you to have a conversation with your child about their class selections. CHS Freshman counselor, Mr. Michael will visit with 8th graders on February 1st and 2nd during Social Studies regarding their enrollment for next year at Campus High School. Each student will receive a packet with an enrollment booklet detailing the Kan-sas Curriculum requirements. Please review this information thoroughly with your child in order to prepare them not only for the mandates set forward by the state for achieving a high school diploma, but to help them establish their plan of study for college entrance requirements. CHS will be hosting a Freshman parent informational meeting on Mon., Feb. 6th at 6:30pm in the auditorium regarding freshman enrollment, followed by an Enrollment Preview in the commons. CHS teachers will be contacting HWMS 8th graders to schedule an appointment the week of Feb. 13th—16th to complete their Freshman enrollment for the 2017-18 school year.

Six years ago the HWMS Counseling Office and the TEAM WEST (We Excel Starting Today) leadership group started the Gorilla Giving Tree. This idea was based off the Salvation Army Angel Tree, but with focus on our own HWMS families and members of our community who needed help during the holidays. Because of the amazing support from staff, students and community, we have been able to help hundreds of students and their families over the years. The past two years our team has wanted to do even more. Our USD261 Mission is “The Relentless Pursuit of Excellence” and one of our district’s goals is “To strengthen community pride through strategic partnerships.” Our team decided to reach out and help even more families within the Haysville community by collaborating with other organizations also providing assistance. The response was overwhelming! Between our students, staff and outside donations we raised $3,000 to purchase toys, bedding, coats, clothing, toiletries, etc. for not only our HWMS families, but also the Campus High School “Hope That Fits” program, Haysville Community Outreach and numerous residents of Peachtree Plaza. In partnering with these organizations we were able to help over 250 families! HWMS wants to sincerely thank everyone who made this happen! GREAT THINGS ARE HAPPENING IN HAYSVILLE!

No School Dates in January

January 13: End of Semester
January 16: Non-contract Day
January 27: Inservice Day

The 2016-17 HWMS yearbook is for sale now! It captures the years events, activities, friendships, experiences and memories from HW. The cost is $40 and you can place your order online at or contact the HW office. A limited quantity of yearbooks are available so reserve your copy now!

Parents, don't let your child run out of lunch money. My School Bucks is an online program to deposit money into your child's meal account. Create an account at This program has replaced

To ensure the safety of our students all parent volunteers must fill out a district volunteer application. All perspective volunteers will be subject to a background check and may be interviewed by the building principal.

MARCO’S PIZZA COUPONS– Available in the main office. The cost of the coupon is $10 for $150 in discounts. All proceeds go directly to HWMS. See SAMPLE coupon attached.

BOX TOPS 4 EDUCATION- Students can dropBox Tops Labels in the container provided in the front entrance by the main office. The school will receive a check to spend on student needs when they are redeemed.

RECYCLABLE CARTRIDGES- HWMS will Also recycle your inkjet cartridges, laser toner cartridges and cell phones. Just have your child drop them off in a plastic bag in the main office.

Kansas regulations now require that we provide all parents with notice of policies regarding Emergency Safety Interventions ("ESI''). The State of Kansas policy is available on our website and in our student handbooks. In addition, we will provide a copy of the policy at any time upon request.

Get Kansas policy here

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School Facts

Haysville West Middle School is one of two middle schools in Unified School District 261 - Haysville Public Schools. The school opened on August 13, 2008.

Student Enrollment: 512

Grade Levels: 6-8

Feeder Schools: Oatville and Prairie Elementary Schools

School Colors: Purple and Black

Mascot: Gorilla

Bell Schedule

1st Hour 7:35 - 8:24
2nd Hour 8:28 - 9:14
3rd Hour 9:18 - 10:04
4th Hour 10:08 - 10:54
5th Hour 10:58 - 12:22
6th Hour 12:26 - 1:12
7th Hour 1:16 - 2:02
8th Hour 2:07 - 2:50
Staff List

View Staff List for email addresses and teacher websites.

Administrators at Haysville West Middle School
L-R: Mr. Martins, Mrs. McMullin, Mr. Hamilton

HWMS Administrators

Ildo Martins, Principal

Nicki McMullin, Assistant Principal

Ty Hamilton, Athletic Director

Secretaries at Haysville West Middle School
L-R: Ms. Long, Mrs. Elliott, Mrs. Boes

HWMS Secretaries

Tammy Boes, Principal's Secretary

Cindy Elliott, Attendance Secretary

Misty Long, Athletics Secretary

Counselors at Haysville West Middle School
L-R: Mrs. Quinn, Mr. McDonald, Mrs. Wood, Ms. Kahmann

HWMS Counseling Department

Keven McDonald, Counselor

Stacy Kahmann, Counselor

Jessica Quinn, Psychologist

Debbie Wood, Secretary