W. A. Pattillo Middle

Focused, Connected, Ready

    Mr. Craig Harris
    Ms. Lauren Prudenti
    Assistant Principal 
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Our Mission
W. A. Pattillo School staff will provide quality experiences that ensure success and excellence for all students.
Our Vision
Learning For All...Whatever It Takes!

Vikings in the News

  • Pattillo Stands for a Cause

    Middle Schoolers have many things in common; at Pattillo Middle School, the students have an important cause to unite them. Throughout the month of October, students from Pattillo Middle School expressed their solidarity in the fight against breast cancer by wearing pink, displaying ribbons of hope, and creating ways to give back to the community affected by breast cancer.

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  •  Image: Vikings Score to Win the Championship!

    Vikings Win Championship!

    In 1952, W.A. Pattillo High School won the Eastern Conference Championship. This year, with the creation of W. A. Pattillo Middle School, another conference championship is born. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!

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  • Sliding into Homebase's SchoolNet @ W. A. Pattillo

    When many people think of "Homebase," they visualize a pitcher throwing the ball, the batter knocking it out of the park and then making his/her lap to score a homerun. Now think teachers as the pitchers, students as the batters and homebase is the mastery at the end of the year. Parents and stakeholders are the audience watching and waiting as players run home. How do we ensure success? Ensuring and enabling great teacher is how to get students to homebase. Click the headline above to read MORE about it!

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  • Pattillo Takes a Trip Around the World

    Excitement spread throughout the hallways of Pattillo Middle School as students worked to decorate their wing of the building along the theme, "Take a trip around the world."

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  • Image: Cheerleaders at their fundraiser

    Our Community Cheers for Cheerleaders

    Our Middle school Viking cheerleading team was up early selling breakfast to the community.

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