Month: February 2017


Hey, 8th graders!  Washington-Lee High School is now accepting candidates for its International Baccalaureate program — one of the top academic programs in the country!  Interested students should report to the Wolf Den THIS MORNING at 8:15 to meet with W-L counselors for course selection.  Don’t miss out on this INCREDIBLE opportunity! Read any good […]


We begin today with WOLF PACK PRIDE!  The WMS Model UN club competed at the William and Mary Conference this weekend.   Participants represented different countries from around the world, and debated some of the biggest problems now facing the global community — including climate change, terrorism, economics and more!   The Williamsburg representatives did our […]


We begin today with WOLF PACK PRIDE!  The WMS Model UN Club is competing in a big conference at William and Mary this weekend — pitting country against country in a debate about the future. Participants are reminded to leave their bags in the Library Conference Room, then meet in the library at noon for […]


We begin today with WOLF PACK PRIDE!  The WMS girls basketball team wrapped up a great season on Tuesday with a big win over Jefferson Middle School — 39 to 17.  The Wolves came out shooting, played tough ‘D’, and cruised to victory.  Williamsburg finishes the year with a 5 and 3 record, good for […]


Attention MODEL UN Club! There will be an important working meeting to prepare for the “William and Mary” and “Sidwell” conferences, this THURSDAY during ASP 1 in room 202. See Ms. Carlson with any questions. Latinas Leading tomorrow will meet THURSDAY during ASP I in room 214. See Ms. Pointer or Mrs. Winter with any […]


We begin today with WOLF PACK PRIDE!  An original screenplay written by a group of WMS students has been named an Official Selection by the Arlington Winter Screenplay Contest. Congratulations to Margaret L., Audrey O., Olivia R., and Elle S. — whose screenplay, “The Secret Life of Elizabeth Cochran” — will be showcased at the […]


It’s the final day of Random Acts of Kindness Week — and today’s we’re “paying it forward.”  If you’re kind to someone, then that person is more likely to be kind to someone else.  Just as a waterfall begins with a single drop of rain, one Random Act of Kindness can be passed on and […]


It’s Day FOUR of Random Acts of Kindness week, and today we’re talking about the importance of friendship. According to a recent study, children who perform Random Acts of Kindness feel more accepted by their classmates and have more friends than kids who don’t.  It’s just common sense:  When you are kind to others, more […]


Today is the third day of Random Acts of Kindness Week, and our focus is APPRECIATION. When someone is kind to you — or helps you in some way — it’s important to be gracious and give them thanks.  That is showing appreciation. Do you have a friend that you can always depend on? Has […]


Love is in the air!!  In celebration of Valentine’s Day, the SCA will be selling baked goods after school today, outside of the library and cafeteria.  So drop by and get a “treat” for your “sweet!” Plus, for everyone who received a “Crush Can” today — be sure to stop by  the SCA booth at […]