12/7/2017

  • STOP — DROP — and CODE!! This morning during Wolf Time, Williamsurg Middle school will be joining with millions of school kids in America — and all around the world — for the the annual “Hour of Code.” The Hour of Code is as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify “coding” — which is essentially a simple computer language.
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    For today’s Hour of Code, students will be STAYING in their TAs — so please do NOT rotate to your Wolf Time classroom. To participate, all you have to do is join the “Hour of Code” Google Classroom, then follow the instructions and start coding!  Your TA teacher will provide you with the classroom code. Once Wolf Time is over, you are encouraged to log back in to the Hour of Code classroom to continue your coding experience.  Have fun on your cyber-advernture, Wolves!!
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  • 180 musicians… 16 pieces… and one amazing hour of musical fun!  The WMS Band will be performing its highly anticipated Winter Band Concert — TONIGHT at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.  It’s a show you’ve got to see to believe — and it’s absolutely FREE!!  So head on over to the concert — and be a part of the pride!  See Mr. Woodson with any questions.
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  • And there’s even more music in store next week!  The WMS “Winter Orchestra and Chorus Concert” is scheduled for MONDAY evening at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.  Come see some of the best and most talented musicians in Arlington as they perform the songs of the season.  See Ms. McTavish or Mr. Lunt for more information.
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  • Look out world — here we come!  The Future Business Leaders of America — or FBLA — will be meeting this FRIDAY during WOLF TIME in room 136.  This project-based club focuses on Community Service, Leadership, and preparing for a successful career in business. See Mrs. Kontos or Mrs. Briones for more information —  and to get your agenda signed.
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  • Calling all theater-lovers! It’s time to choose the WMS Spring Musical! Interested actors, singers, and dancers are invited to the “selection” meeting next MONDAY during ASP 1 in the auditorium.  See Mr. Brown with any questions.