1/23/2018

  • We begin today with WOLF PACK PRIDE!  The WMS Debate Team had a great showing at their recent tournament, matching up against dozens of debaters from from both Middle AND High schools.  Congratulations to Bella R. for coming within a FRACTION of a point from the podium, and to Abby F. who beat out 25 competitors in her draw.  Way to go, debating Wolves!! [clap]
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  • The WMS Boys Basketball team “tips-off” its season TODAY — hosting rival Jefferson Middle School in the Williamsburg Gym at 3:15.  We’re looking to start the year with a big win — so come on down, pack the stands this afternoon, root them on to victory, and Be a Part of the Pride!  Go get ’em, baller wolves!! [clap]
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  • Read any good books lately? The “Talk about Books” Club” — a.k.a. TAB — will be meeting TODAY during all grade level lunches in the library. So grab your grub and come take a look at these Totally Awesome Books!!
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  • The WMS Kindness Club will be meeting TODAY during ASP 1 in room 134. All are welcome to participate — new members and old — as they brainstorm ideas for the new year. See Ms. Schaefer, Ms. Zeller, or Mr. Johnson with any questions.
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  • Calling all Math Lovers! The “countdown” is on for Math Counts! Come to the Math Counts meeting TODAY during ASP 1 in room WW 1. Students from all grades are welcome to come and have fun with numbers. See Mr. Mencarini with any questions. You can “count” on it!
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  • Calling all artists and technology-lovers! If you’re looking for something to do after school next semester, the Williamsburg after school program — ACT 2 — is the place for you!  There’s Mr. Dudek’s “Inventions — A Product is Born” class; and Mr. Skrzypek’s “Visual Arts” class.  Students in all grade levels are welcome to enroll.  Just sign-up on the activity board by the cafeteria.  See Ms. Hogwood or either of the Act 2 teachers for more information.
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  • The WMS Electronics Recycling Drive has been EXTENDED until this THURSDAY.  So bring in cell phones, lap tops, cameras, batteries, or any other electronics — and they’ll be safely wiped and recycled. Just drop them in the bins by the main entrance or cafeteria. After all: Recycling today will make the world a better place tomorrow.  See Ms. Mentch or a member of the Earth Club with any questions.