1/17/2019

  • We begin today with WOLF PACK PRIDE!! The WMS Science Fair took place over the weekend, and it was an exhilarating exhibition of innovation and investigation. The cafeteria was packed with projects from DOZENS of 7th and 8th graders who put the “scientific method” to the test — all on display for the public to see.
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    The list of winners will be announced TOMORROW, so stay tuned to find out who will be moving on to county-wide competition. But in the meantime, congratulations to all of the participants, and the teachers and staff who worked so hard to put on the fair. Way to go, science wolves!! [clap]
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  • And now for an important announcement for all 6th graders on the Exploratory Wheel. Today is the FIRST DAY of your new elective.  Be sure to check your schedule for the class location — or go to your TA teacher with any additional questions. Once again, 6th graders begin their new Wheel classes TODAY.
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  • What’s that buzz? It’s the annual “WMS Geo Bee!” Coming this FRIDAY at 11:45 in the auditorium — 6th, 7th, and 8th graders will put their knowledge to the test at this highly competitive trivia competition. There can only be one champion — but who will it “bee??” Students and staff are invited to the auditorium to watch the show in-person, or just tune-in to WOLF-TV to see the live broadcast at 11:45. Go, Geo!!
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  • Attention MODEL UN CLUB – Please return your commitment forms and get a spot for KIL-MUN by this Thusday’s meeting at the latest. There are some great committees available at this conference for both beginners and experienced members — so don’t miss out! See Mrs. Carlson with any questions.
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  • The WMS Jazz Band Club will be hosting its next “Jam Session” TODAY during ASP 1 in the Band Hall. All instruments are welcome! For more information, go to the Jazz Club page on the WMS website or contact the band leader, Mr. Wilkin. You’ll have a swingin’ good time!
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  • There will be an SCA meeting this FRIDAY during Wolf Time in room 215 for all officers and representatives.  See Mr. Tagert or Mr. Peacock with any questions.
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  • Looking for something to do after school next semester? Join Mr. Dudek’s ACT II Class – Inventions and Innovations — every Tuesday and Thursday during ASP 1 and 2 in the Tech Ed room. YOU could be the next Thomas Edison, Steve Jobs or Elon Musk. There are flyers posted around the school with more information — or see Mr. Dudek with any questions.  What will you invent?!
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  • And now for an update on the Spring Musical — Alice in Wonderland, Jr!  The cast list will be posted this FRIDAY by the backstage entrance. If you auditioned for the show, be sure to stop by and take a look!  And here’s the first rehearsal schedule:  “Off Stage” students will have a read-through next THURSDAY, January 24th — and “On Stage” students will have theirs on TUESDAY, January 29th.  See Mr. Brown with any questions or for more information.