Welcome to Flowing Wells Junior High School, proud home of the Mustangs! We have great pride in our school, our staff, and our students. We are glad that you have chosen to visit our website and learn more about this special place that we call Flowing Wells!
We have the pleasure of teaching close to 900 seventh and eighth graders every day. Our teachers and staff are committed to providing the best teaching and learning experiences for every child at our school. We believe that junior high is a critical time in each child’s academic and social development. Therefore, we work hard to actively engage students in learning and provide instruction that is rigorous and relevant. In addition, we know that junior high is a great time for students to have fun! Please explore our website to see all of the ways that we provide opportunities for students to get involved in sports, clubs, travel, fine arts, technology, and leadership.
We encourage parents to check on student progress by using their child's PowerSchool Parent Portal account. This tool allows parents and students to see current grades, attendance, and progress. It also allows parents to contact teachers via e-mail.
Please spend a few moments in this site to stay familiar with our school, our calendar, and our upcoming events. Our FAQ page will help answer some questions, but please feel free to contact us anytime with questions or concerns.
Dear Parents and Students,
Welcome Mustang Families! I am extremely privileged to serve as your principal.
At Flowing Wells Junior High, we are a family. Our staff consists of people who love working with junior high students. As a result, our students have the opportunity to build meaningful relationships with adults who are committed to helping them succeed.
We pride ourselves on providing a supportive learning environment where our students are challenged to think. We believe that developing persistence, determination, and tenacity in our students will best prepare them for the future. Therefore, we expect our students to be “Gritty Mustangs.” When a task gets difficult, our students don’t give up. In fact, we expect them to try even harder.
Dr. Kimberley Parkinson, Ed.D.
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