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About Enterprise Middle School
Hanford Middle School changed its name to Enterprise Middle School in 2005. It is situated in the Richland School District, in the county of Benton, offering Sixth Grade to Eighth Grade to an approximate student population of 800. Formed eleven years ago, it continues to aim for academic excellence. It is a nurturing community that encourages success for every student by providing them the basic foundation skills. It is also aimed at preparing the students not only in their academic learning but their social and emotional development to be able to meet and surpass future challenges.
Reading, Writing, and Mathematics is where the school is focused. Lesson plans were created to make sure that strategies for teaching are taught. The Silent Sustained Reading Program was combined with the overall program. For students who have difficulties in reading, a mentoring program is being offered. In order to be able to teach Writing effectively, the staff trained in 6-Trait Writing. The school offers exploratory and elective programs like drama, foreign language, mythology, P.E., Math Imagination, and creative writing. There are also extra curricular activities for the students. There’s basketball, intramurals, clubs like Math, Chess, Builder’s. Enterprise Middle School provides the perfect combination of academic programs with extracurricular activities and sports to start the desire to learn and succeed. Extracurricular activities like sports, clubs and organizations are a way to explore individuality. It is a practical application of what a student learned in the classroom, while sports promote confidence of ones self and teaches them about sacrifice and teamwork. Textbook readings are important but real world experiences are equally important because it interests the students and helps in the improvement of their overall learning style.
Parents and Students
Parents are an active part of the school. They have been raising funds for additional books for the library. As research shows, children whose parents attend school activities and Parent-Teacher meetings are most likely to be successful. In 2003, a group of students won in the Washington State Destination Imagination Competition. Students have access to technology to be able to utilize it and to prepare them for the real life world which is globally competitive. The school’s commitment is to help students reach their maximum potential by providing them a safe, caring environment, teaching them how to be creative, and giving them quality education. At Enterprise Middle School, the staff realizes that every student is unique and that each has individual needs. Respect, responsibility, and high expectations are given to each and every student to ensure of their success in their future endeavor.
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