Wheeler Middle School

Ensuring Success for Every Student Since 1968

Respect: Give It, Get It, Live It

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School meals are NOT free
??? Call 808-305-9000

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Wheeler Middle School courtyard

For Parents

Bus transportation

Bus Transportation
Bus Service Overview

Application periods for SY 2024-2025
July 15, 2024 - Sept. 6, 2024
Sept. 16, 2024 - Nov. 15, 2024
Nov. 25, 2024 - Jan. 17, 2025
Jan. 31, 2025 - March 28, 2025
Riding the Bus/eligibility

• 2024-2025 Handbook/Application Form

• 2024-2025 Special Education Transportation Parent Information Manual

2023-2024 School Bus Policy

Infinite Campus Parent Portal information
(Only Wheeler Middle School parents who have returned their Census Survey forms will be given a login account)

Access via Apple iOS or Android device app—> info here

The following are mandatory fees for the school year:
(fees subject to change)
Student Activities Dues
Class Dues
Parent Mailings

Total Amount

Student Activities and Class Dues are used for various types of school-wide and grade level activities; i.e., activity days, special events, etc.


Grade 6
Grade 7
Grade 8
Wheeler Middle School parking lot @ sunset

For Students

List/description of courses
on registrar's site

School Google Links:
• log in: www.google.com

• Infinite Campus
Student log-in (click here)
Wheeler Middle School parking lot @ sunset


• Grading-Info/details here

Academic Recognition:
• Students who earn at least a 3.5 GPA at the end of the
Quarters 1, 2 and 3 will be recognized at a Grade Level Assembly.

• Students who earn at least a 3.5 GPA at the end of the Quarters 1, 2 and 3 and were not suspended during the quarter, will be invited to participate in a Pizza Celebration sponsored by the PTSO.

Flag:  US
Flag:  Hawaii
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2 Wheeler Army Air Field
Wahiawa, HI 96786
Office Hours
7:15 am - 3:45 pm
(Monday - Friday)
* Closed on Federal & State Holidays
(808) 305-9000
(808) 622-6529

Report Absences
808) 305-9000
Health Room
(808) 305-9011
Transportation - School Bus
(808) 622-0537
At a Glance
Logo:  WASC
Logo:  Blue ribbon Schools

A 2021 National Blue Ribbon School
2021 National Blue Ribbon School Profile

Established: 1968
Students: 700+
Grades: 6 - 8
Faculty & Staff Members: 70
Co-Curricular: Athletics, Band, Various Clubs
Principal: Ms. Brenda Vierra-Chun

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On Campus Snapshots

2024 - 2025 School Year

Students report on Monday, Aug. 5, 2024
Countdown to start of school:

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Have a Safe Summer!

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Grade 8 Promotion Video
(Courtesy of Ms. Lockman)

Student Council

Mission: Represent the student voice.

1. Build and spread RESPECT AROUND CAMPUS
2. Help make school more enjoyable
3. Promote a sense of belonging
2024-2025 Officers
Student Council President-Weston


Student Council Vice President-Dominic

Vice President

Student Council Corresponding Secretary-Sophia

Secretary, Corresponding

Student Council Recording Secretary-Janella

Secretary, Recording

Student Council President


Student Council Historian-Alaina


Student Council Sgt at Arms-Jyan

Sgt At Arms

Student Council Sgt at Arms-Ian

Sgt At Arms

Campus Life

Mission Statement:
Malama I Na Haumana "Care for the Students"
Follow up Surveys:
• 6-Week

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Ms. M. Tagudin
Wheeler Middle School Director
(808) 305-9109

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With support from JVEF
(Joint Venture Education Forum)

The Transition Center provides an orientation experience that is designed to support the needs of students and families who are new to Wheeler Middle School. In the “Spirit of Aloha”, we want to make your recent move to our school as comfortable and informative as possible. The Transition Center is responsible for placement testing, familiarizing students with school regulations and procedures, and for conducting campus tours. While it is mandatory that students come through The Transition Center, it is a fun and lively environment that will make your student feel welcome on their first day of school.

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Our Transition Center is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 7:30am to 2:00pm. Transition Coordinators greet the new students in the office and take them to the Transition Center. During their time in the Transition Center, students take necessary math placement tests and reading assessments. We spend time reviewing the Student Handbook. The students need to complete the handbook and have a parent or guardian sign the handbook and then return it to school, so please ask them about it when they come home. The students get their school ID cards so that they can begin using the cafeteria, library and bus system. The students may choose to eat lunch in the cafeteria, take a home lunch out doors or they can eat in the Transition Center. After lunch the students are given their schedules and are taken on a tour of the school which helps them locate their classes. Most days students are finished in the Transition Center in time to attend their last two classes of the day.

After students have been in school for about three weeks we invite them back to the Transition Center and ask them to complete a brief survey (
3-Week survey) letting us know how they are doing and how they are adjusting to the new school and students. At six weeks this process is duplicated. They are encouraged to evaluate the school as well as the Transition Center at these times. The feedback we get from them is so valuable in making the transition to Wheeler Middle School easier for students who come in after them.

Students are welcome in the Transition Center anytime. If they can’t find classes, feel lost or just need to talk about any issue the door is always open for them. We enjoy spending time with them and seeing them throughout their journey at Wheeler Middle School.

Wheeler Middle School

2 Wheeler Army Air Field

Wahiawa, HI 96786

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  • FAX: (808) 625-6529