2019-2020 PSAT School Day October 16, 2019

Testing Information

Join the PSTA !! It's NOT too late!!

Meetings will be held in the Media Center from 6:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m.  click for dates.

Watkins Mill -Family Food Market Dates

Please click to see this year's Food Market Dates

Principal's Leadership Council for Students

The Principal's Leadership Council is an organization of student liaisons for all students at Watkins Mill HS. The selected student leaders will meet with Ms. Goddard twice a month on Tuesday’s during STEP to discuss school issues, develop leadership skills, and initiate special projects that better the school as a whole.  Approximately 20 - 25 students will be chosen for the selective group. Click here for the Application. 

Yearbooks on Sale now for $65.00!!!

Students and Parents! Show some school spirit and support your community with a 2019-2020 Watkins Mill High School Yearbook!Yearbooks can be purchased online at: Cost: $65.00 now through September 27, 2019.Questions about how to order? Contact Ellen Stahly at

Time to Apply for Free/Reduced Lunch

Families may apply for meal benefits by completing an Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals for the current school year. New this year: For faster processing, households may apply online at A paper application is sent home with students at the beginning of the school year. Blank applications may also be picked up at any MCPS school. All students in the family should be listed on one application only. If students received meal benefits last year, a new application must be submitted this year. If an application is submitted online, please do not submit a paper application also.

Watkins Mill Traffic Information

To assure safety for all students, staff, and parents, please click here to see - Traffic Procedures.

Parents/ Guardians come meet the 2019 Fall Sports Coaching Staff of your Watkins Mill High School Wolverines

Watkins Mill High School Athletics will host the 2019 Fall Sports ‘Meet the Coaches Night’ on Thursday, August 29thin the Auditorium at 6:30 PM.  This meeting will serve as an informative parent meeting for all Watkins Mill teams during the fall sports season.  It is MANDATORY for at least one parent/guardian to be present.  This will provide you with an opportunity to meet the Athletic Director, School Athletic Training Coordinator, Booster Club President and many more Watkins Mill High School Staff. After a brief general session by athletic department staff individual teams will meet in breakout sessions to discuss team specific information. If you have any questions please call Mr. Reggie Spears, Athletic Director, at 301-284-4480. Thank you and Go’ Rines!

Summer Parent Packet

The Summer Parent Packet has information regarding the upcoming school year. Click here to find bus schedules, New Student Orientation Day, FARMS APPs online information, and much more!

PTSA/Booster Club Seniors Scholarship Application

SENIORS - Do you want some quick and easy cash for college? The PTSA/Booster Club Scholarship Applications is your answer!  Updated Information Coming Soon!  

English Summer Reading Packet 2019

This summer our goal is to read something you love! Pick any book, fiction or  non-fiction, and complete this graphic organizer.

Math Summer Packets 2019

This summer our goal is for you to practice your math skills! Math Packets available now.

MCPS-Strategy for Traffic Safety

MCPS- Pedestrian, Bicycle, and Traffic Safety Information. Click here!

MSDE Student Climate Survey Information

Recent state law requires that all public schools in Maryland survey students about school climate. The purpose of the survey is to gain valuable information about the quality and character of each school’s learning environment so that schools can promote a climate that supports student learning.  For more information click here. 

United We Learn: Schools of the Future

Montgomery County Public Schools is launching the third year of its student contest, United We Learn. This year’s contest, United We Learn: Schools of the Future, allows students to design their ideal learning space and challenges them to think critically about how their physical environment affects their ability to learn. For more information regarding the contest. click here.