1/27/17

  • We start the day with WOLF PACK PRIDE! Our student-athletes had a BIG day yesterday. First, the WMS Wrestling team DOMINATED Kenmore in their first match of the year on the home mat — cruising to a 57 to 33 win. Five wrestlers won by pin — and it was a great all-around team effort.
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    But that’s not all: The girls Basketball team rebounded from a tough loss on Tuesday to score an INCREDIBLE victory on the road against Kenmore — 45 to six. Let me say that again: 45 to SIX!! Congratulations to both teams! Way to go, sporty wolves!! [clap] Be sure to keep rooting them on in upcoming games next week. Be a PART of the PRIDE!!
  • The WMS Theater Department is preparing to premiere its winter production:  “The Stuck Pot!”  A romantic-comedy set in a girls boarding school, “The Stuck Pot” pits GIRLS against BOYS — in a scheme to win a bet for a whoever gets “stuck” with the worst date at the dance.  You’ve got TWO chances to see the show.  First, next TUESDAY during ASP 1 and 2 in the auditorium — the Act 2 Theatre Arts class will be showcasing select scenes from the play. Students are invited to watch this “limited” performance for FREE!
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    And then, next THURSDAY night at 7pm it’s the REAL DEAL — the premiere of FULL PRODUCTION of “The Stuck Pot.”  Tickets are just 3-dollars for adults, 1-dollar for students and seniors, and complementary for teachers and a guest. It’ll be a night to remember, so come out and enjoy the show!
  • ACT II classes are still accepting students for the 2nd semester. Act II is a chance for students to take enrichment courses after school for an actual grade on your report card. Choose from a variety of interesting and hands-on classes, such as art, technology, and theater. Sign-ups are available on the activity board by the cafeteria. See Ms. Hogwood or the individual teachers for more information.
  • Hey 7th graders! Would you like to work on the WMS Yearbook as 8th graders next year? Then sign up now! Space is limited in this special class — so interested students are asked to fill out an application. Get one from Ms. Briones or Mr. Tuttle, and have it returned no later than February 24th. Act fast!
  • Become a student-reporter and sign-up for JOURNALISM next year! The 7th grade “New Media” class focuses on modern technology to tell the news — such as blogs, vlogs, tweets, and digital newspapers. While the 8th grade “Journalism Production” class develops original programming for the student-run broadcast studio — WOLF-TV. The TRUTH is out there — so sign up TODAY!!
  • The 2016-2017 WMS yearbook is on sale NOW!! Just get an order form from your TA teacher — or better yet, get yours ONLINE by clicking the “Order Year Book” link on the WMS homepage. Supplies are limited, so get yours before they’re gone. The WMS Yearbook — Don’t miss out on the memories!