3/16/2018

  • TESTING TIME continues here at WMS! The 8th grade Hokies and Patriots will be taking the Multiple-Choice WRITING SOL today. Testing locations are the same as yesterday — but check with your TA teacher if you’re unsure about where to go. Students are reminded to BRING YOUR IPADS to the test, as well as a book to read for when you’re finished — but NOTHING ELSE: no backpacks, no smart-watches, not even a pencil. Good luck on the test, Hokies and Patriots!!
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  • As for our 6th and 7th graders — you’ve got an important job today, too: BE QUIET IN THE HALLS! Students will be testing in the LIBRARY and ENGLISH TRAILER all morning, so please be respectful and responsible as you walk between classes. Teachers will be posted throughout the school to remind you. Thanks in advance for your consideration, wolves!!
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  • Due to SOL testing, the WMS library will be CLOSED today. Students who wish to check-out or return books may do so AFTER SCHOOL, but again — the library will be CLOSED until the final bell.
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  • The Earth Club will be hosting a bake sale — TODAY after school in the front lobby and by the cafeteria  There will be a delicious assortment of cakes and goodies — all for just 2-dollars each.  All money raised will help support the Earth Club and its mission to make WMS a “greener place.”  Bring your appetite!
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  • The March Madness Tournament of Books rolls on —  and TODAY is your last chance to vote for the Elite-Eight. Just make your picks using the QR code by the cafeteria, or follow the link in today’s Morning Announcements Blog. There’s a lot of great books out there, but only ONE can be the CHAMPION!!
    *CLICK HERE* to vote in the March Madness Tournament of Books!
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  • APS middle schoolers are invited  to the 3rd annual “Adam Nesbitt Robotics Day” — at the Career Center this SATURDAY from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 pm.  Today is the DEADLINE to register for this free event, so either follow the link in today’s Morning Announcements Blog, or see Mr. Dudek or Ms. Cameron for more information.  Hooray for robots!!
    *CLICK HERE* to register for the “Adam Nesbitt Robotics Day!”
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  • And finally this morning, sports isn’t just about “fun and games.” In fact, the sporting world is often home to heated debates — and controversy. Stay tuned as students-reporters Christopher P., Ryan C., and Ryan S. tackle the biggest issues in sports with: “FOR CRYAN’ OUT LOUD.”
  • **CLICK HERE** for a special presentation of CNN 10 on WOLF-TV!