Principal's Message


Dear Auburn Middle School Families,

As we close the doors on another successful school year at Auburn Middle School, I wanted to take a moment to express my deepest gratitude to you, our amazing parents and guardians. Your unwavering support and dedication have been pivotal in making this year a remarkable journey for our students, staff, and community.

This year has been filled with numerous achievements, both inside and outside the classroom. From academic milestones to extracurricular triumphs, our students have excelled in many areas, demonstrating resilience, creativity, and a passion for learning. These accomplishments would not have been possible without your active involvement and encouragement.

Your participation in school events, volunteer efforts, and ongoing communication with teachers and administration have greatly enriched our school environment. It is this partnership that truly defines the spirit of Auburn Middle School and fosters a nurturing and engaging atmosphere for our students to thrive.

We have faced challenges along the way, and together, we have navigated them with grace and determination. Your flexibility and understanding during times of change have been invaluable. We are immensely proud of how our community has come together to support each other and ensure that our students continue to receive a high-quality education.

As we look forward to the next school year, we are excited about the opportunities and experiences that await our students. We remain committed to providing a supportive, inclusive, and stimulating environment where every child can reach their full potential. We will continue to rely on your partnership and support as we strive to make Auburn Middle School an even better place for our students to learn and grow.

Thank you once again for your dedication, patience, and commitment to our school community. We wish you a restful and enjoyable summer break, filled with memorable moments and quality family time. We look forward to welcoming you back in the fall for another fantastic school year.

With sincere appreciation,

Ben Wilson M.S. Ed.


AMS News


News - Martin Van Buren Elementary School

Week of June 10-12, 2024

  • Tuesday, June 11th is step up day. 8th graders will be dismissed from Edward Little High School. Please make necessary arrangements for students who are pickups. Thank you for your flexibility!!
  • Please see this week's Parent Peek  for the most up-to-date information for the week and beyond. To see previous week's Peeks, see the "Parent Peeks" tab at the top of our website. 
  • The weather is beginning to get warmer, and students will be dressing accordingly. Please refer to our district and school's dress code policies in our Student and Family Handbook by following the link to the right of the page.  
  • FOOD AND BEVERAGES AT SCHOOL REMINDER: Due to the district wellness policy, students may not bring Caffeinated or Sugary Drinks to school. We encourage students to bring water bottles from home with healthy drinks. Energy drinks are not allowed. Students are not allowed to order outside food and drinks to be delivered to the school.
  • See below, or click the "Athletics" tab above for this week's sports schedules.
Congratulations to our May Horace Mann "Hootieā€¯ winner, Bradbury special education teacher, Mrs. Katie Lariviere! Mrs. Lariviere receives the award from her teammate and April winner, Mrs. Morgan Thorndike. Mrs. Lariviere received a Dunkin Donuts gift card from and Hootie will sit on her desk for the rest of the school year. Congratulations, Mrs. Lariviere! 




Thanks for a great year of sports at AMS!