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    Richland County School District One in preparation for required South Carolina testing will be collecting ALL laptops issued to students on Thursday and Friday at W.G. Sanders Middle School.  


    In April students will be required to take online tests using these devices and they must be made ready.


    Please make sure your student brings their Dell laptop and charger to school on Thursday, March 23rd.  


    W.G. Sanders Montessori Middle School students will have their devices collected on Friday, March 24th.


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  • Community Recycle Event:

    On Saturday, April 8th W.G. Sanders Middle School in a partnership with the Richland County Local Government will be hosting a Recycling and Shred Event from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. 

    The event will be at W.G. Sanders Middle School, 3455 Pine Belt Rd., Columbia, SC 29204



    Recycle Event




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    The Columbia Sigmas stopped by W.G. Sanders, their adopted school, to award the Black History Essay contest winner with a 1st place plaque and $25.00 cash.


    The brothers also presented Ms. Sylvia Robinson the school's teacher of the year with a gift basket  and Mrs. Kelly a $75.00 check in support of the upcoming beauty pageant and the school's STEAM program.  Thank you, Sigmas!


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    W.G. Sanders Golden Tigers competed in the first ever Middle School Fitness Bowl and finished in 3rd place held at A.C. Flora on March 4th.  W.G. Sanders had six 7th graders and two 6th competing against a lot of 8th graders!  We are very proud of our students!!!


    Thanks for competing: Justice Green, Thomas Corbin, Eli Voros, Kica Kennedy, Aaliyah Matthews, Jazmyn Calloway, Kayla Jackson, and Tracey Cunningham.



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    Congratulations to Tekina Fields a W.G. Sanders 6th Grade Student!  Miss Fields wrote a very thoughtful essay to edge out other students in W.G. Sanders Black History Month Essay contest.  Way to go, Tekina!


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    The STEM Center at The Citadel, in partnership with Google and the School of Engineering, hosted teams of elementary, middle, high school and college students as well as teams from industry, military, and community groups to compete in a variety of E-Week events on February 14th. These events included bridge building, robotics, water bottle rockets and trebuchet.

    Sanders Robotics and Tiny Techs had three teams each. W.G. Sanders Robotics had two  teams to make it to the 3rd round and Tiny Techs had one team make to the 3rd round. 


    A big shout out to: Robotics Competiton 2nd Place Winners Kaleb Walker and Catherine Gamble!! 



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  • Get Social with #WEARESANDERS


    We invite you to join us on Facebook, Twitter and beyond at #WEARESANDERS.


    Send us your photos of Golden Tiger pride dressed in your Sanders gear or preparing for your favorite Sanders event.  We are proud of our students, faculty and staff.  #WEARESANDERS



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  • A Message from the Principal:


    I take great pride in being the principal of W. G. Sanders Middle School because of the wonderful staff, students and parents. I continue to be amazed with the rich history of traditions that help prepare students for a successful career in high school.


    This year we are implementing a wide variety of developmentally appropriate strategies in facilitating the learning for our students. Teachers continue to infuse technology into student lessons, and teachers continue to provide a challenging curriculum for our students.


    Stop by our parent and community center to find ways in which you can support our community initiatives. Also, take a look at our mission statement, our beliefs and our action plans. Give us feedback as we continue to monitor and enhance our instructional program.


    I look forward to working with all of you.

    Andrenna A Smith