Registration Information-Important!!

 

Registration Dates and Times

Monday, July 29th for rising 5th and 6th graders  5PM-8PM

Tuesday, July 30th for rising 7th and 8th graders  5PM-8PM

(Please choose one night if you have multiple siblings in different grades)

Registration is different this year

The Breeze-Through process will look much different this year because all Sumner County schools are

moving to an online data management system.  

Each family will need their initial log-in information for the student profiles to complete this process.  

 

How do I receive my login information?

Individual login information to register a returning student along with all other required documentation can

be picked up at WHMS Office from 8-3 Tuesday thru Friday (July 23rd-26th)and completed at home.  

This should save a considerable amount of time during Breeze Through night. 

 

What do I need to bring to registration night?

You will need to bring 2 proofs of residency,  for example : Utility Bill, Driver’s license, mortgage. Cell

phone bills are NOT accepted.

7th graders will need to provide a current shot record on this night.

 

Is there anything else I will do during Breeze-Through?

Yearbooks will be available for sale during this time.

Agendas will be for sale

Health Form- (Mandatory for all students) to fill out

Lunch Form-(Mandatory for all students) to fill out

 

If you have any questions please feel free to visit our website at whm.sumnerschools.org or call the school

at 615-672-4379

 

We Look Forward To Seeing You!!

Mission Statement

White House Middle School will strive to provide a positive and secure environment where students can LEARN academic skills and responsibility, ACHIEVE individual potential, EXCEL in meeting new challenges, SUCCEED in becoming persons of integrity and confidence within a changing world.

Vision Statement

The vision of the faculty and staff of White House Middle School is: to MAINTAIN excellence in instruction and learning, to INVEST in students by promoting a successful transition from elementary to high school, and to PURSUE the highest standards of education through continual evaluation and improvement of policies and methods. By doing so, we will make a positive difference in the lives of students by helping them build a bridge toward their own academic and personal success.