Waters (Alfred G.) Middle School
 Date updated - Summer 2015
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District: Appoquinimink School District Telephone: (302) 449-3490
Address: 1235 Cedar Lane Road, Middletown DE 19709 Web: Waters (Alfred G.) Middle School Page
Principal: Thomas Poehlmann
AYP: Met
School Demographics
Fall Enrollment

Grade 6259294
Grade 7314287
Grade 8296324

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School Promotion by Grade

Grade 699.6%
Grade 7100.0%
Grade 8100.0%

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Enrollment by Race/Ethnicity

African American15.1%14.9%
American Indian0.5%0.1%

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Other Student Characteristics

English Language Learner0.2%0.3%
Low Income6.1%7.2%
Special Education7.7%11.6%
Enrolled for Full Year100.0%N/A

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Recently Arrived ELL Students

Number of Students Not Tested on ELA Assessment0

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Class Size (Percentage by Range) (2014-15)
* Elementary and special schools provide their own class size data

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School Finances

District Expenditure per Pupil (2013-14)


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District Sources of Revenue (2013-14)

Percent District Allocation of Current Expenses by Category (2013-14)

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Exemplary Programs
Students at Waters are provided opportunities that complement daily instruction in the areas of academics, athletics, service, and performing arts. The Student Council provides activities all throughout the year to involve students in the school and community. The music program includes an after school jazz band, an district honor band, a new 6th grade strings program and opportunities that enables the students to excel musically. After school opportunities include intramurals, Science Olympiad, BPA, Odyssey of the Mind, Talent Development, National Junior Honor Society, FFA, computer club, CREW (PBS student group), AGW Idol, Math 24, Math League, and various other programs.

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Curriculum Highlights
The language arts program helps students to develop and practice literacy strategies. At Waters, we stress reading and writing. Reading programs start with summer reading and continue with the Accelerated Reader program. We approach writing using a variety of tools and techniques to help students communicate. The math curriculum supports the Delaware State Standards, yet use real-life situations to act as starting points. Problem-solving and critical thinking strategies are developed, compared and analyzed. Ideas are spiraled and advanced through the curriculum, enhancing mastery. Science rooms are places for our students to observe, experiment, and to think critically. The Social Studies curriculum starts in sixth grade with historical societies and their relationships and influence on the world. Eighth graders focus on United States history with an emphasis on social, economic, and political evolution. Our students are being prepared for a 21st century global market place.

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