Welcome

 
 Welcome to Diamond!

Welcome to William Diamond Middle School’s website. One of two middle schools in Lexington, Diamond offers a rich and interesting program of study in traditional academic subjects, physical education, the arts, and technology. We serve about 780 students, in grades 6, 7 and 8. We are proud to participate in the METCO Program, welcoming students from Boston as well as Lexington into our Diamond community.

This website is designed to give you access to a range of information about Diamond, and about your child’s current and future experiences here. Among other things, you will find information about departments and courses, and links to teacher web pages, as well as information about clubs and activities. We hope that you find it informative and easy to use. Welcome to Diamond! 
 
 
 
 

Afterschool Clubs & Activities

Afterschool Clubs/Activities Schedule
 
Spring 2016 Afterschool Clubs are officially over.
The following activities will continue:
 
 MONDAYS:
• Math Homework Club - Room 195 [Przygoda & Starks]
• METCO Homework Club - Rooms 191-196 [Dube]
 TUESDAYS:
• LexBeFriends - Room 182 [Jackson]
Math Homework Club - Room 195 [Przygoda & Starks]
• METCO Homework Club - Rooms 191-196 [Dube]
 WEDNESDAYS:
Math Homework Club - Room 195 [Przygoda & Starks]
• METCO Homework Club - Rooms 191-196 [Dube]
THURSDAYS:
Diamond Dispatch (newspaper) ** - Room 129 [Leclerc]
  **Dispatch may occasionally be rescheduled
• Math Homework Club
- Room 195 [Przygoda & Starks]
• METCO Homework Club - Rooms 191-196 [Dube]
FRIDAYS:
Student Council - Room 129 [Leclerc & Sideman] Student Council meets every other Friday at 7:20 AM
 

Announcements

  • Report absences via Email
    Include student name & date in subject line and reason for absence in body of email.

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  • DAILY ANNOUNCEMENTS


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  • SPED Parent Coffee, June 2
    Diamond Middle School is hosting a coffee for parents of 5th-grade special education students on Thursday, June 2 from 8:10-9:00 a.m. in the library.  Sixth-grade liaisons and Dr. Catherine Findlay, Evaluation Team Supervisor, will be available to answer general transition questions.


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  • Not Returning to Diamond?
    Students not returning to Diamond (or Lexington Public Schools) for the 2016-2017 academic school year must complete an official withdrawal form. If you want your academic records forwarded you need to fill out a record release form. Return both documents ASAP to Ms. Swanson (Guidance Dept.)

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  • SPED Parent Coffee at LHS
    Lexington High School is hosting a coffee for 8th-grade parents on Wed., June 15th from 8:45-9:30 a.m. in the Library. Refreshments will be served and a campus tour will be offered at the end of the meet and greet. Ninth-grade liaisons and program representatives will be available to answer questions.


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  • 2016-17 Bus
    Registration

    Register now for bus transportation next year. Discounted rates apply for early registration. Registration Letter


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  • Got STEAM?
    Diamond students will showcase their artistic and scientific talent in WDMS's very first STEAM Fair on Wednesday, May 25.


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  • Math Courses
    Placement Info

    Download information re: placement for Grade 6 students, Grade 7 students


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  • Update your emergency contacts online
    Use your Aspen Family Portal to update your child's contact information. Click here for instructions.


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  • Report Bullying
    If you or someone you know at Diamond is being bullied or unsafe, report it online by using the form under Quick Links (left side of this page).
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