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Middle School Principal






The season of love is upon us and 2017 is running strong.  I am so proud of our staff and students for coming back in 2017 with a renewed energy and motivation to have a successful spring to this school year.

I challenged our staff to have a positive spring semester with smiles for everyone.  This time of year can be a real challenge, but knowing how great our staff is, I know they will accept my challenge and boost the energy, spirit and success of our student body. We have a caring staff and we have great students.  How can we lose with those assets?

Basketball is winding down.  We have had some tremendous victories and some devastating defeats but can honestly take pride in our competitive spirit.  We compete hard and have the desire to improve and win.  Those things will help our kids to improve and be winners in many ways besides just on the field or court of play.

Robotics competed in Ballinger recently and placed fourth out of 111 teams.  WOW!!  What an accomplishment for our kids.  We are so proud of what Mrs. Hull and our kids have done over the years and this year is not exception to that record.

Stay in touch with what is happening at Early Middle School over the next few months.  Valentines dance is Saturday the 11th from 7-9.  Robotics is competing in San Angelo at the stock show the 13th.  Pizza Friday is the 24th

Early Middle School PTC is running strong.  They are finishing the Basketball season with concessions while raising money for our 8th grade banquet.  The catered meal and dance is free to our 8th graders.  Please be involved in your child’s education and this is a sure way to have a positive influence with their school.

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY to all.  We love our kids as if they were our own.  We need parents to be involved with their kids.  Come visit us and see what is truly happening.   It truly does all start with a dream and will blossom into successful young men and women.


Robert Weyman, Principal

700 Sunrise 
Early, Texas 76802