6/11/2018

  • The SOLs keep rolling along — with the FINAL day of make-ups scheduled for TODAY in the library immediately following the Morning Announcements. The rest of the school will be following a NORMAL class schedule.
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    A few reminders for Test-takers: you may ONLY bring your fully-charged iPad, a pencil or pen, a book to read, and earbuds ONLY if you have an approved audio accommodation for the test. You may NOT bring: backpacks or cinch sacks; any other electronic devises such as phones, watches, game consoles and the like; nor any water or snacks. And of course, there is zero tolerance for CHEATING.
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    And for all those students who are NOT testing today — please remember to be quiet and respectful in the halls. Any other questions or concerns? Check with your teachers or grade level counselors. Good luck on your SOLs, wolves!
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  • And now for an important announcement from our school librarians. The end-of-the-year is fast approaching — and that means it’s time for ALL library books to be returned. Students are asked to leave their books on the “return carts” outside of the cafeteria and library. So look in your backpack, your locker, and under your bed at home — and BRING IN YOUR BOOKS!
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  • Calling all student-athletes! If you played a school sport this year — you MUST return your team uniform AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. Please bring them to Ms. Hogwood’s office, located across from the auditorium. Again, all team uniforms must be returned before the end-of-the-year.
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  • And now for a “Transportation Tip” about riding the bus. If you’re ever planning to take a bus that’s not your own — like if you’re going to a friend’s house after school — you MUST bring a note from home to the main office NO LATER than your grade level lunch. Again, do NOT wait until the end of the day to get a bus pass — because there isn’t time and you’ll miss the bus! See Ms. Argenal in the office with any questions.
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  • And finally today — WMS is going to the dogs!!  Owning a dog can be LOT of hard work.  But student reporter Nick S. says that for more and more people — “Diggin Doggos” is a labor of love.  Check it out!