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West Clermont Middle School News

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New West Clermont Middle School Principal

Mr. Ross Hudson has been selected as the new principal of West Clermont Middle School.  Ross is known as a sharp educational leader and is one who spends time building relationships throughout the school community.

Hudson who just completed his 20th year as an educator, most recently was the Assistant Principal at West Clermont High School.  He has also served as an administrator in the district at Amelia Middle School, and Amelia High School.  He is replacing Lori Crowe who announced earlier this spring that she will be taking on a new role at the Mayerson Academy in Cincinnati.

2019-20 School Supply Lists

Looking for a particular school's supply list?  Find links to all of them here.

Strategic Planning Survey

Calling all parents, students, employees, and community members!  As we continue through our strategic planning process, we'd like your feedback. We value your opinion and we'd appreciate you completing the following survey to help us make adjustments and enhancements to the West Clermont Strategic Plan.  The link to the survey is: http://bit.ly/WestClermontStrategicPlanningSurvey


For more information and updates about the West Clermont Strategic Plan, click here.

eCommunication Registration

Do you want to get the latest news on all of the great things happening in the West Clermont School District?  We want to connect with you!  Sign up today to receive our #WCconnects Parent/Community Newsletter.  Visit http://bit.ly/CommRegistration to sign up today!

West Clermont Words

West Clermont Words is a blog by West Clermont School District Superintendent Natasha Adams.  On this blog, Superintendent Adams will discuss a variety of timely issues and provide information that will be helpful to West Clermont students, staff, parents, business partners and community members. It's entitled West Clermont Words because words can help us tell our story, make us more connected, and help us see hope and possibility for our future.