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2300 East Jackson Street
Springfield, IL 62703
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2019 - 2020

October 17th



  • Please plan on joining us for our upcoming Fall Connection on October 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. We will have a free meal, games, activities, raffle baskets, bounce houses, free haircuts and much more.  Concessions will be available for purchase. 




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • Warriors, your attendance matters. We will be having a grade level attendance competition for October starting October 14th through October 31. The grade level that has the highest percentage of students in attendance above 93 % will earn a treat during lunch time. Please make sure you are present and encourage your friends to be in attendance too. 




  • Tuesday we started counting your tardies for the next PBIS reward.  In order to attend the Spooky Movie Film Fest on November 8th, you cannot have more than 3 tardies from now until then.  We have more than a dozen movies for you to pick from so be sure to get to class on time so you can attend.




  • 7th grade Homework Help is today after school. Talk to your teacher to see what missing work you can make up. Bring your work AND a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. If you do not have an SSR book with you, you will not be allowed to stay. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • We will have a spirit night on October 28 from 4:30 to 7:30 at Chick-fil-A. A portion of proceeds will be donated back to WMS. Everyone who supports will receive a prize.




  • The Girls Basketball Game scheduled for tonight at Ball Charter will start at 4:30 instead of 3:30. There will be a team meeting and pre-game warm up at WMS after school in the gym. The bus will leave for Ball Charter 3:30. Please inform your parents you may come to the office to call during lunch if needed.




  • 7th and 8th Grade Boys Basketball tryouts will be on 10/21 from 6:30-8:30 in the WMS Gym. Please come dressed for activity and make arrangements for your own transportation.




  • This week’s social goal: I can prepare to end the quarter strong. I know where my grades are and how to correct any failing classes.



October 16th



  • Congratulations to 7th grade student Wyatt Watson. Wyatt qualified for the state cross country meet coming up on Saturday in Normal, IL. If you see Wyatt today, be sure to say way to go!




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • Please plan on joining us for our upcoming Fall Connection on October 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. We will have a free meal, games, activities, raffle baskets, bounce houses, free haircuts and much more.  Concessions will be available for purchase. 




  • Warriors, your attendance matters. We will be having a grade level attendance competition for October starting October 14th through October 31. The grade level that has the highest percentage of students in attendance above 93 % will earn a treat during lunch time. Please make sure you are present and encourage your friends to be in attendance too. 




  • Yesterday we started counting your tardies for the next PBIS reward.  In order to attend the Spooky Movie Film Fest on November 11th, you cannot have more than 3 tardies from now until then.  Be sure to get to class on time every period in order to attend your favorite Halloween movie. 




  • 7th grade Homework Help will be tomorrow after school. Talk to your teacher to see what missing work you can make up. Bring your work AND a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. If you do not have an SSR book with you, you will not be allowed to stay. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • We will have a spirit night on October 28 from 4:30 to 7:30 at Chick-fil-A. A portion of proceeds will be donated back to WMS. Everyone who supports will receive a prize. 




  • This week’s social goal: I can prepare to end the quarter strong. I know where my grades are and how to correct any failing classes.



October 15th



  • Congratulations to 7th grade student Wyatt Watson. Wyatt qualified for the state cross country meet coming up on Saturday in Normal, IL. If you see Wyatt today, be sure to say way to go!




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • Please plan on joining us for our upcoming Fall Connection on October 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. We will have a free meal, games, activities, raffle baskets, bounce houses, free haircuts and much more.  Concessions will be available for purchase. 




  • Warriors, your attendance matters. We will be having a grade level attendance competition for October starting October 14th through October 31. The grade level that has the highest percentage of students in attendance above 93 % will earn a treat during lunch time. Please make sure you are present and encourage your friends to be in attendance too. 




  • Art club will only be meeting on THURSDAY this week. Do not come to art club today.




  • TODAY we are starting to count your tardies for the next PBIS reward.  In order to attend the Spooky Movie Film Fest on November 11th, you cannot have more than 3 tardies from now until then.  Be sure to get to class on time every period in order to attend your favorite Halloween movie. 




  • This week’s social goal: I can prepare to end the quarter strong. I know where my grades are and how to correct any failing classes.



October 11th



  • Dodgeball Day!!!  Are you grades up to par?  Those who don’t have any Fs can attend today.  We will be running the 1:30 schedule today.




  • Come out and support the WMS cheer squad with their Car Wash fundraiser for breast cancer. The car wash will be tomorrow on October 12, 2019 at Noonans on North grand from 11am-2pm. Tickets can be purchased by any cheerleader or the coach for $5 or you can pay when you come, donations are being accepted as well. All of the money will be donated to help support breast cancer.




  • Celebrate your reading by indulging in a fright night book.  Come take a look at the October “scary” collection in your WMS library.  Read to succeed!




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • Please plan on joining us for our upcoming Fall Connection on October 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. We will have a free meal, games, activities, raffle baskets, bounce houses, Free Hair cuts and much more.  Concessions will be available for purchase. 




  • Warriors, your attendance matters. We will be having a grade level attendance competition for October starting October 14th through October 31. The grade level that has the highest percentage of students in attendance above 93 % will earn a treat during lunch time. Please make sure you are present and encourage your friends to be in attendance too. 




  • Million Word Club will have their first meeting today during 7th period.  Million Word Club passes for meeting are with Language Arts teachers. Mrs. Daniels will make an announcement when it is time to come to the library.



October 10th



  • Dodgeball is tomorrow!!!  Are you grades up to par? Those who don’t have any Fs can attend today.  We will be running the 1:30 schedule today.  




  • Come out and support the WMS cheer squad with their Car Wash fundraiser for breast cancer. The car wash will be on October 12, 2019 at Noonans on North grand from 11am-2pm. Tickets can be purchased by any cheerleader or the coach for $5 or you can pay when you come, donations are being accepted as well. All of the money will be donated to help support breast cancer.




  • The first Million Word Club meeting will be held tomorrow during 8th period in the library.  Members and those that are getting close will be invited by their Language Arts teacher to attend.  




  • 7th grade Homework Help is today after school. Talk to your teacher to see what missing work you can make up. Bring your work and a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. If you do not have an SSR book with you, you will not be allowed to stay. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • $2.00 Pink out Jean Day!! This Friday October 11, 2019



If you purchased a Breast Cancer awareness shirt please wear it Friday.  If you did not purchase a Cancer shirt please wear pink with your jeans for $2.00.

Donations will go towards Breast Cancer awareness.  



  • Please plan on joining us for our upcoming Fall Connection on October 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. We will have a free meal, games, activities, raffle baskets, bounce houses, Free Hair cuts and much more.  Concessions will be available for purchase. 




  • Warriors, your attendance matters. We will be having a grade level attendance competition for October starting October 14th through October 31. The grade level that has the highest percentage of students in attendance above 93 % will earn a treat during lunch time. Please make sure you are present and encourage your friends to be in attendance too.



October 9th



  • Dodgeball is Friday! Mr. Midiri is getting extra antsy to Dodge, duck, dip, dive, and dodge your weak attempts at hitting him.  Show him what you’re made of! Be sure to get your grades up by Friday. No Fs allowed in your gradebook if you’re wanting to attend this insane competition between students and staff.




  • Come out and support the WMS cheer squad with their Car Wash fundraiser for breast cancer. The car wash will be on October 12, 2019 at Noonans on North grand from 11am-2pm. Tickets can be purchased by any cheerleader or the coach for $5 or you can pay when you come, donations are being accepted as well. All of the money will be donated to help support breast cancer.




  • Want to read a book that is scary to help you celebrate October?  Come check out the “scary” collection in the library today! 




  • 7th grade Homework Help is tomorrow after school. Talk to your teacher to see what missing work you can make up. Bring your work and a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. If you do not have an SSR book with you, you will not be allowed to stay. Please make sure you know how you will get home. 




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • Please plan on joining us for our upcoming Fall Connection on October 19th from 1 to 3 p.m. We will have a free meal, games, activities, raffle baskets, bounce houses, Free Haircuts and much more.  Concessions will be available for purchase.



October 8th



  • Come out and support the WMS cheer squad with their Car Wash fundraiser for breast cancer. The car wash will be on October 12, 2019 at Noonans on North grand from 11am-2pm. Tickets can be purchased by any cheerleader or the coach for $5 or you can pay when you come, donations are being accepted as well. All of the money will be donated to help support breast cancer.




  • Blue and Gold Choir practice after school will be cancelled this week. They will be meeting next week on October 15th.




  • 8th grade students will be randomly selected daily to participate in the roundtable with the LHS Service Learners. If you are selected, please get your lunch and report to room 120 for the roundtable. You will learn about High School expectations and what’s needed to be successful. 




  • The Library is closed for book check-out today unless a teacher accompanies you.  Mrs. Daniels will return on Wednesday with regular book check-out times.



October 7th



  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, today? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • October 11th will be the PBIS Ultimate Dodgeball Competition between students and teachers.  In order to attend, you cannot have any failing grades for the quarter. I plan on knocking out at least 1 kid this year from the game.  Will you be that student??? May the force be with you.




  • 8th Grade student who participated in the Lunch and Lounge event on Monday—the next meeting will be Tuesday during the lunch period instead of Monday. Please make sure you obtain a pass for attendance from Mr. Turner prior to the meeting on Tuesday.




  • Come out and support the WMS cheer squad with their Car Wash fundraiser for breast cancer. The car wash will be on October 12, 2019 at Noonans on North grand from 11am-2pm. Tickets can be purchased by any cheerleader or the coach for $5 or you can pay when you come, donations are being accepted as well. All of the money will be donated to help support breast cancer. Also, if you are still wanting to purchase popcorn, the money is due today. Thanks in advance for all of your support.




  • Congratulations to Jasmyne Pauley, our first Million Word Club member for the 2019-20 school year.  The Million Word Club is made up of students who have read 1,000,000 words during a school term. These club members meet monthly in the library, get a Million Word Club shirt to wear on Friday with jeans each week for no cost, and take special field trips during the school year.  Want to be a member? Ask Jasmyne or your Language Arts teacher about a great book to read and add to your AR word count.  



  • Come to the library and check out the October “scary” collection.  Become a Million Word Club member!


  • This week’s social goal: I know and can state what I am learning in the classroom at any given time during the day.




  • Blue and Gold Choir practice tomorrow will be cancelled this week. They will be meeting next week on October 15th.




  • Code Club will meet tonight in room 212, make sure you know how you are getting home and bring a friend!



October 4th



  • Teachers:  Please ask your students if they have a PBIS Spirit Shirt order form and money.  If they do, please send them immediately to room 210 (Mrs. House) to turn in their order.  It is due by 8:15 this morning. 




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • October 11th will be the PBIS Ultimate Dodgeball Competition between students and teachers.  In order to attend, you cannot have any failing grades for the quarter. Mrs. Nicholas recently declared, “Nobody makes me bleed my own blood” … so just remember the 5 D’s of Dodgeball:  Dodge, duck, dip, dive, dodge!




  • 8th Grade student who participated in the Lunch and Lounge event on Monday—the next meeting will be Tuesday during the lunch period instead of Monday. Please make sure you obtain a pass for attendance from Mr. Turner prior to the meeting on Tuesday.




  • This week’s Social Goal: I know how to respond to adults or others in a respectful manner. 




  • Come out and support the WMS cheer squad with their Car Wash fundraiser for breast cancer. The car wash will be on October 12, 2019 at Noonans on North grand from 11am-2pm. Tickets can be purchased by any cheerleader or the coach for $5 or you can pay when you come, donations are being accepted as well. All of the money will be donated to help support breast cancer. Also, if you are still wanting to purchase popcorn, the money is due Monday the 7th. Thanks in advance for all of your support.



October 3rd



  • Today is the last day for PBIS Spirit Shirt orders, however, if you forgot yours today and still want to order, we will accept them tomorrow morning as well.  Again, last call for PBIS Spirit Shirts! They are only $10 and you should turn it into your math teacher first thing tomorrow morning. Remember, for those who buy a PBIS Spirit Shirt, you will also receive a free jeans pass to go along with it!




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Friday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • 7th grade Homework Help is today after school. Talk to your teacher to see what missing work you can make up. Bring your work and a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. If you do not have an SSR book with you, you will not be allowed to stay. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • October 11th will be the PBIS Ultimate Dodgeball Competition between students and teachers.  In order to attend, you cannot have any failing grades for the quarter. Mrs. Nicholas says she plans on knocking out at least 1 kid this year.  Will you be that student??? May the force be with you.




  • 8th Grade student who participated in the Lunch and Lounge event on Monday—the next meeting will be Tuesday during the lunch period instead of Monday. Please make sure you obtain a pass for attendance from Mr. Turner prior to the meeting on Tuesday.




  • This week’s Social Goal: I know how to respond to adults or others in a respectful manner. 




  • Tutoring for 6th grade has been canceled for today. We will have tutoring on Tuesday and Thursday of next week.



October 2nd



  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are only $10.  Tomorrow is the last day to turn in money and t-shirt order forms to your math teacher.  If you need an extra copy, ask your math teacher today. Remember, for those who buy a PBIS Spirit Shirt, you will also receive a free jeans pass to go along with it!




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Friday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • 7th grade Homework Help is tomorrow after school. Talk to your teacher to see what missing work you can make up. Bring your work and a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. If you do not have an SSR book with you, you will not be allowed to stay. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • Bring it on, Dodgeball Participants.  Want to compete against your very own teachers?  “Ouchtown, Population: YOU, bro!” “We are the Washington Warrior Faculty and We Will, We Will Rock You!”  So make sure you have all passing grades by October 11th. 




  • If you see Mrs. Nicholas today, make sure to wish her a Happy 40th Birthday! Enjoy your day Mrs. Nicholas!




  • Students don’t spray perfumes, deodorants or other sprays in the hallways.  These scents may trigger asthma and/or allergies. 




  • 8th Grade student who participated in the Lunch and Lounge event on Monday—the next meeting will be Tuesday during the lunch period instead of Monday. Please make sure you obtain a pass for attendance from Mr. Turner prior to the meeting on Tuesday.




  • This week’s Social Goal: I know how to respond to adults or others in a respectful manner.



October 1st



  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are only available for purchase until Thursday, October 3rd.  Be sure to get your order form from your math teacher today. For any student who buys a PBIS Spirit Shirt,  you will also receive a FREE JEANS PASS to wear with your shirt! Be sure to turn your money and order form in this Thursday.




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • Students don’t spray perfumes, deodorants or other sprays in the hallways.  These scents may trigger asthma and/or allergies.




  • Bring it on, Dodgeball Participants.  Want to compete against your very own teachers?  “Ouchtown, Population: YOU, bro!” “We are the Washington Warrior Faculty and We Will, We Will Rock You!”  So make sure you have all passing grades by October 11th.  




  • This week’s Social Goal: I know how to respond to any adult in a positive manner.



September 30th



  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are only available for purchase until Thursday, October 3rd.  Be sure to get your order form from your math teacher today. For any student who buys a PBIS Spirit Shirt,  you will also receive a FREE JEANS PASS to wear with your shirt! Be sure to turn your money and order form in this Thursday.




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • Students don’t spray perfumes, deodorants or other sprays in the hallways.  These scents may trigger asthma and/or allergies. 




  • 8th grade students who signed up for the Lunch and Lounge meetings last Monday you will meet today during the lunch hour today in room 120. Please get your lunch before you come to the room. 




  • This week’s Social Goal: I know how to respond to any adult in a positive manner.



September 26th



  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are only available for purchase until Thursday, October 3rd.  Be sure to get your order form from your math teacher today. You have 2 shirt choices and they are only $10 a piece.  Return money and forms to your math teacher soon.




  • Today is picture day. Students if you wish to purchase pictures be sure to have your money and order form ready when your class is called for pictures. Students must have a uniform appropriate top for pictures today. 




  • Today is a $2 jeans day. Students should have purchased a wristband this morning in the cafeteria. Student jeans should not exposed any skin.




  • 6th grade boys basketball will practice today after school starting from 3:30 to 5:30. Students please make sure you have made arrangements for a ride after practice today. There is also a parent meeting for the 6th grade boys team after practice today. 




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • 7th grade Homework Help is today after school. Bring your work and a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • The 8th grade students who signed up for Lunch and Lounge during yesterday’s lunch period—please see the sign up sheet in the front lobby. You will meet next Monday during lunch. Details on where will be out by the end of the week. 




  • How are your grades so far this quarter?  Students who do not have any failing grades will be able to attend the next monthly PBIS Event.  On October 11th, the teachers will be competing against the students in the Ultimate Dodgeball Competition.  Mr. Midiri has every intention of knocking down Mrs. Nicholas’s students from last year. Let’s show him how awesome you are!  Keep your grades up so you can set him straight.




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can recognize and return a friendly greeting from my peers or others in an appropriate manner. 




  • Students don’t spray perfumes, deodorants or other sprays in the hallways.  These scents may trigger asthma and/or allergies. 




  • No art club meeting today. We will meet again next Tuesday after school.



September 25th



  • Big Shout out to the WMS X Country team for their participation in the meet with Springfield Christian yesterday. The team showed great participation, sportsmanship, and competitiveness in their meet. Congrats to Wyatt Watson for winning the boys competition. If you see Wyatt today, make sure you congratulate him.




  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are only available for purchase until Thursday, October 3rd.  Be sure to get your order form from your math teacher today. You have 2 shirt choices and they are only $10 a piece.  Return money and forms to your math teacher soon.




  • Fall picture day is Thursday September 26th. Picture order forms were passed out in math classes last week, if you did not receive one and would like to order pictures, ask your math teacher or pick one up in room 208. If you are purchasing pictures, you will need to give the money and your order form to the photographer on Thursday. Students will be in uniform for fall pictures.




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • Also, this Thursday will be a $2 student jeans day. Students you still have to have a proper uniform shirt for picture and day and jeans. 




  • It’s Popcorn Time! Please help support the cheer team by purchasing popcorn from Double Goods. This fundraiser will last until Oct. 7, 2019. Please see any cheerleader/ or coach to make a purchase. The money is due the same day that you make an order. Thanks in advance for your support.




  • 7th grade Homework Help is tomorrow after school. Bring your work and a book to read and be in room 208 by 2:40. Please make sure you know how you will get home.




  • There will be 6th Grade boys basketball practice on Thursday from 3:30-5:30. Please make arrangements for you own transportation. There will also be a parent meeting Thursday 9/26 at 5:30 after practice.




  • The 8th grade students who signed up for Lunch and Lounge during yesterday’s lunch period—please see the sign up sheet in the front lobby. You will meet next Monday during lunch. Details on where will be out by the end of the week. 




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can recognize and return a friendly greeting from my peers or others in an appropriate manner.



September 24th



  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are now available for purchase!  There are two t-shirt options. Be sure to ask your math teacher for an order form.  Shirts are only $10 a piece and can be worn at school any day of the week. We will definitely be wearing them for our monthly PBIS events to show our Warrior pride... so buy a PBIS Spirit Shirt today!  Order forms and money are due by Thursday, October 3rd to your math teacher.




  • Fall picture day is Thursday September 26th. Picture order forms were passed out in math classes last week, if you did not receive one and would like to order pictures, ask your math teacher or pick one up in room 208. If you are purchasing pictures, you will need to give the money and your order form to the photographer on Thursday. Students will be in uniform for fall pictures.




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week.




  • Also, this Thursday will be a $2 student jeans day. Students you still have to have a proper uniform shirt for picture and day and jeans. 




  • It’s Popcorn Time! Please help support the cheer team by purchasing popcorn from Double Goods. This fundraiser will last until Oct. 7, 2019. Please see any cheerleader/ or coach to make a purchase. The money is due the same day that you make an order. Thanks in advance for your support.




  • There will be 6th Grade boys basketball practice tonight and Thursday from 3:30-5:30. Please make arrangements for you own transportation. There will be a parent meeting Thursday 9/26 at 5:30 after practice.




  • The 8th grade students who signed up for Lunch and Lounge during yesterday’s lunch period—please see the sign up sheet in the front lobby. You will meet next Monday during lunch. Details on where will be out by the end of the week. 




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can recognize and return a friendly greeting from my peers or others in an appropriate manner.



September 23rd



  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are now available for purchase!  There are two t-shirt options. Be sure to ask your math teacher for an order form.  Shirts are only $10 a piece and can be worn at school any day of the week. We will definitely be wearing them for our monthly PBIS events to show our Warrior pride... so buy a PBIS Spirit Shirt today!  Order forms and money are due by Thursday, October 3rd to your math teacher.




  • Code Club’s first meeting will be Today after school in room 212 and  will run every other Monday.The club is open to 6th to 8th grade students. If you have any questions, see Mr. Murr or Ms. McCarthy. Please make sure you know how you will get home today after Code Club.




  • Fall picture day is Thursday September 26th. Picture order forms were passed out in math classes last week, if you did not receive one and would like to order pictures, ask your math teacher or pick one up in room 208. If you are purchasing pictures, you will need to give the money and your order form to the photographer on Thursday. Students will be in uniform for fall pictures.




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Also, this afternoon during the 8th grade lunch period, a representative from the UIS Adopt a school program will be here to discuss a great opportunity for eighth grade students. Students please stop by the table by the lunchroom to learn more. 




  • Prize Patrol is on the move. Will Prize Patrol visit you, this Thursday? In order to receive a reward from prize patrol you must have perfect attendance and 0 tardies. Prize Patrol is looking forward to visiting you this week. 




  • Also, this Thursday will be a $2 student jeans day. Students you still have to have a proper uniform shirt for picture and day and jeans. 




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can recognize and return a friendly greeting from my peers or others in an appropriate manner. 




  • Please come out and support the 7/8th grade girls basketball teams tonight at Grant. This is their first game of the season. The game begins at 3:30. Please enter the building from the doors off Stage. The west doors by 1900 will be locked.



September 20th



  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Are computers your thing? Did you try Hour of Code in elementary school and love it? Are you interested in learning to code? Code Club’s first meeting will be next Monday, September 23rd and run every other Monday. Sign-up sheets are located outside of Room 212 and in the cafeteria. The club is open to 6th to 8th grade students. If you have any questions, see Mr. Murr or Ms. McCarthy. 




  • Fall picture day is Thursday September 26th. Picture order forms were passed out in math classes this week, if you did not receive one and would like to order pictures, ask your math teacher or pick one up in room 208. Students will be in uniform for fall pictures.




  • PBIS Spirit Shirts are now available for purchase!  There are two t-shirt options. Be sure to ask your math teacher for an order form.  Shirts are only $10 a piece and can be worn at school any day of the week. We will definitely be wearing them for our monthly PBIS events to show our Warrior pride... so buy a PBIS Spirit Shirt today!  Order forms and money are due by Thursday, October 3rd to your math teacher.




  • We are selling a la carte items in the cafeteria. Students please remain aware of the expectations for purchasing a la carte items. Students are limited to sales of $1 which is usually two items. Also,students should not be bringing these items out of the cafeteria. 




  • This week’s social goal: I can manage difficult situations in class and with my peers by adopting a positive attitude and setting goals for success.



September 19th Announcements



  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Are computers your thing? Did you try Hour of Code in elementary school and love it? Are you interested in learning to code? Code Club’s first meeting will be next Monday, September 23rd and run every other Monday. Sign-up sheets are located outside of Room 212 and in the cafeteria. The club is open to 6th to 8th grade students. If you have any questions, see Mr. Murr or Ms. McCarthy. 




  • Attention 6th Grade Boys who are interested in playing basketball for WMS. There will be tryouts today from 4-6 in the gym. Please make arrangements for your own transportation and return to school dressed for activity at 4 on Thursday.




  • We are selling a la carte items in the cafeteria. Students please remain aware of the expectations for purchasing a la carte items. Students are limited to sales of $1 which is usually two items. Also,students should not be bringing these items out of the cafeteria. 




  • This week MAP testing begins. MAP is a benchmark assessment of your academic performance. Students should be aware of their current score and strive to improve their growth throughout the year. Please take the assessment seriously and do your best to beat your last growth or RIT score. 




  • This week’s social goal: I can manage difficult situations in class and with my peers by adopting a positive attitude and setting goals for success.



September 18th



  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Attention 6th Grade Boys who are interested in playing basketball for WMS. There will be tryouts 9/19 from 4-6 in the gym. Please make arrangements for your own transportation and return to school dressed for activity at 4 on Thursday.




  • We are selling a la carte items in the cafeteria. Students please remain aware of the expectations for purchasing a la carte items. Students are limited to sales of $1 which is usually two items. Also,students should not be bringing these items out of the cafeteria. 




  • Progress Reports will be out this week. Students please be aware of your current grades and academic progress. Also, please be aware of opportunities to get assistance with academic work and take advantage to bring your grades back to passing. 




  • This week MAP testing begins. MAP is a benchmark assessment of your academic performance. Students should be aware of their current score and strive to improve their growth throughout the year. Please take the assessment seriously and do your best to beat your last growth or RIT score. 




  • This week’s social goal: I can manage difficult situations in class and with my peers by adopting a positive attitude and setting goals for success. 



 

September 17th



  • 7th grade Homework Help will be today after school in room 208. Bring work with you and be in room 208 by 2:40. 




  • Blue and Gold Choir will be meeting after school today. Those interested in joining should meet after school in room 105. Choir will start after school and end at 4:00




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Attention 6th Grade Boys who are interested in playing basketball for WMS. There will be tryouts 9/19 from 4-6 in the gym. Please make arrangements for your own transportation and return to school dressed for activity at 4 on Thursday.




  • We are selling a la carte items in the cafeteria. Students please remain aware of the expectations for purchasing a la carte items. Students are limited to sales of $1 which is usually two items. Also,students should not be bringing these items out of the cafeteria. 




  • Progress Reports will be out this week. Students please be aware of your current grades and academic progress. Also, please be aware of opportunities to get assistance with academic work and take advantage to bring your grades back to passing. 




  • This week MAP testing begins. MAP is a benchmark assessment of your academic performance. Students should be aware of their current score and strive to improve their growth throughout the year. Please take the assessment seriously and do your best to beat your last growth or RIT score. 




  • Art club will NOT meet after school today. Our next meeting will be this Thursday. Please bring any glitter or sequins you might have in your craft drawer from home.



September 16th



  • 7th grade Homework Help will be tomorrow after school in room 208. Bring work with you and be in room 208 by 2:40. 




  • Prize Patrol will be out today. In order to get your treat you will need to be present all week and have 0 tardies. We are looking forward to celebrating your perfect attendance on Friday. 




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Progress Reports will be out this week. Students please be aware of your current grades and academic progress. Also, please be aware of opportunities to get assistance with academic work and take advantage to bring your grades back to passing. 




  • This week MAP testing begins. MAP is a benchmark assessment of your academic performance. Students should be aware of their current score and strive to improve their growth throughout the year. Please take the assessment seriously and do your best to beat your last growth or RIT score. 




  • We are selling a la carte items in the cafeteria. Students please remain aware of the expectations for purchasing a la carte items. Students are limited to sales of $1 which is usually two items. Also,students should not be bringing these items out of the cafeteria.



September 13th



  • Today is a jeans day. Students who have paid their 2 dollar will have a wristband on. If students do not have a wristband on, please send them to the guidance office.




  • Prize Patrol will be out today. In order to get your treat you will need to be present all week and have 0 tardies. We are looking forward to celebrating your perfect attendance on Friday. 




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Also, today is our first PBIS kickoff event. Students participating in this event will sign up for their activity in their math classes. We will be on a 1:30 dismissal schedule for the kickoff. Students will be called to activity areas starting about 1:15.




  • Students progress reports will be out next week. Make sure you are monitoring you academic progress. All missed work and assignments are due today.




  • We are selling a la carte items in the cafeteria. Students please remain aware of the expectations for purchasing a la carte items. Students are limited to sales of $1 which is usually two items. Also,students should not be bringing these items out of the cafeteria. Today, a la carte sales will be suspended for 8th grade girls—for having items outside and 6th grade boys for coming to the line more than once to purchase items. Please know that there are no exceptions for a la carte sales.



September 12th



  • On Friday, September 13 we will have our first jeans day. Students will be permitted to wear jeans for $2. 




  • Prize Patrol will be starting this week. In order to get your treat you will need to be present all week and have 0 tardies. We are looking forward to celebrating your perfect attendance on Friday. 




  • Also, tomorrow will be our first PBIS kickoff event. Students participating in this event will sign up for their activity in their math classes. We will be on a 1:30 dismissal schedule for the kickoff. Students will be called to activity areas starting about 1:15.




  • Students progress reports will be out next week. Make sure you are monitoring you academic progress. All missed work and assignments are due tomorrow.




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Students remember a la carte items are not to be taken to the playground or eaten in the hallway.




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can show responsibility for my academic performance by focusing and completing all assigned work.



September 11th



  • Students and teachers today we conduct our moment of silence in remembrance of the brave men and women who lost their lives 18 years ago when the Twin Towers fell in New York on September 11th, 2001. 




  • On Friday, September 13 we will have our first jeans day. Students will be permitted to wear jeans for $2. Students must have a uniform appropriate top with jeans. 




  • Prize Patrol will be starting this week. In order to get your treat you will need to be present all week and have 0 tardies. We are looking forward to celebrating your perfect attendance on Friday. 




  • Are you a good leader? Do you want to work well in groups and develop strong working partnerships? We have a program to help you develop your leadership skills. Step up to Leadership Group will Start October 1st through November 19. All students are welcome to participate. If you are interested in participating, please see Ms. Nosa in the guidance office to sign up.




  • Reminders:




  • Students remember to follow school and classroom expectations.




  • Students should be respectful of guest or substitute teachers in the classroom and around the building.




  • Students should also walk quietly in the halls. Walking on the right side of the hall. 




  • Students remember a la carte items are not to be taken to the playground or eaten in the hallway.




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can show responsibility for my academic performance by focusing and completing all assigned work.



September 10th



  • On Friday, September 13 we will have our first jeans day. Students will be permitted to wear jeans for $2. 




  • Also, on Friday, we will be having our first PBIS kickoff of the year. Multiple activities will be planned for student participation including dodgeball, movies, etc. Students will sign up for their activity in the math classes this week. 




  • Prize Patrol will be starting this week. In order to get your treat you will need to be present all week and have 0 tardies. We are looking forward to celebrating your perfect attendance on Friday.



September 9th



  • 6th Grade tutoring will begin Tuesday the 10th in room 106. Tutoring will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. If you need help with any homework or a quiet place to read, come to room 106 on Tuesdays and Thursday. 




  • On Friday, September 13 we will have our first jeans day. Students will be permitted to wear jeans for $2. 




  • Prize Patrol will be starting this week. In order to get your treat you will need to be present all week and have 0 tardies. We are looking forward to celebrating your perfect attendance on Friday. 




  • Students interested in trying out for Scholastic bowl get ready for open practices starting on Tuesday, September 24. Open practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Iles from 3 until 4:15 pm. Tryouts for Scholastic Bowl will be held on October 29. Students interested should see me for an information packet. 




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can show responsibility for my academic performance by focusing and completing all assigned work.



September 6th



  • 6th Grade tutoring will begin Tuesday the 10th in room 106. Tutoring will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. If you need help with any homework or a quiet place to read, come to room 106 on Tuesdays and Thursday. 




  • Students today the cafeteria will be selling a la cart items during the lunch periods. Individual student purchases of a la carte items should not exceed $1. All items must be consumed in the cafeteria. 




  • Students please be respectful of guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school and classroom expectations at all times. 




  • Teachers continue to hand out those Brag Tags for students following school-wide and building expectations. 




  • Students interested in trying out for Scholastic bowl get ready for open practices starting on Tuesday, September 24. Open practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Iles from 3 until 4:15 pm. Tryouts for Scholastic Bowl will be held on October 29. Students interested should see me for an information packet. 




  • This week’s social goal: I know how to show respect in all areas. I am respectful to myself, others, and property in the classroom and all areas.




  • Cheerleading tryouts will begin today after school. Tryouts tonight will be until five. Students should make prior arrangements for pick up as their will be no activity bus at that time. Please be on time for tryouts. All girls trying out must have signed permission slip in order to participate.



September 5th



  • 6th Grade tutoring will begin Tuesday the 10th in room 106. Tutoring will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. If you need help with any homework or a quiet place to read, come to room 106 on Tuesdays and Thursday. 




  • Students today the cafeteria will be selling a la cart items during the lunch periods. Individual student purchases of a la carte items should not exceed $1. All items must be consumed in the cafeteria. 




  • Students please be respectful of guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school and classroom expectations at all times. 




  • Teachers continue to hand out those Brag Tags for students following school-wide and building expectations. 




  • Students interested in trying out for Scholastic bowl get ready for open practices starting on Tuesday, September 24. Open practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Iles from 3 until 4:15 pm. Tryouts for Scholastic Bowl will be held on October 29. Students interested should see me for an information packet. 




  • This week’s social goal: I know how to show respect in all areas. I am respectful to myself, others, and property in the classroom and all areas.




  • Cheerleading tryouts will begin today after school. Tryouts will be in the cafeteria starting at 2:40 pm until 4. Please be on time for tryouts. All girls trying out must have signed permission slip in order to participate. Tryouts continue on Thursday.



September 4th



  • 6th Grade tutoring will begin Tuesday the 10th in room 106. Tutoring will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each week. If you need help with any homework or a quiet place to read, come to room 106 on Tuesdays and Thursday. 




  • Students today the cafeteria will be selling a la cart items during the lunch periods. Individual student purchases of a la carte items should not exceed $1. All items must be consumed in the cafeteria. 




  • Students please be respectful of guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school and classroom expectations at all times. 




  • Teachers continue to hand out those Brag Tags for students following school-wide and building expectations. 




  • Students interested in trying out for Scholastic bowl get ready for open practices starting on Tuesday, September 24. Open practices will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Iles from 3 until 4:15 pm. Tryouts for Scholastic Bowl will be held on October 29. Students interested should see me for an information packet. 




  • This week’s social goal: I know how to show respect in all areas. I am respectful to myself, others, and property in the classroom and all areas.



September 3rd



  • Warriors your first set of challenges from the Wellness Team start today.



         The Nutrition Challenge:  The first is to drink more water throughout the day.     

         You need to try and drink more water all day. Try to drink at least two water 

          bottles full along with everything else you drink throughout the day.  

         The Fitness Challenge:  We will start with the 10 second Plank Rotation  

         Challenge and we will increase the time to hold each position by 5 seconds 

         reach week.  

         Who of you is strong enough for the Warrior Challenge?

         Wellness Class will meet in the Art Room after school today from 2:30 to 4.  



  • Cheerleading tryouts will begin today after school. Tryouts will be in the cafeteria starting at 2:40 pm until 4. Please be on time for tryouts. All girls trying out must have signed permission slip in order to participate. Tryouts continue on Thursday. 




  • Students today the cafeteria will be selling a la cart items during the lunch periods. Individual student purchases of a la carte items should not exceed $1. All items must be consumed in the cafeteria. 




  • Students please be respectful of guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school and classroom expectations at all times. 




  • Teachers continue to hand out those Brag Tags for students following school-wide and building expectations. 




  • This week’s social goal: I know how to show respect in all areas. I am respectful to myself, others, and property in the classroom and all areas.



August 30th


  • PBIS is a positive behavioral intervention put into place here at WMS. Prizes are awarded to those students who have earned Brag Tags for “doing the right thing.” Be sure to turn your Brag Tags in to the appropriate grade level bin in the front lobby in order to earn special prizes throughout the year.

  • 7th and 8th grade girls basketball tryouts will be held next week on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:30 - 4. Please bring your shoes and clothes to school with you.

  • Cheerleading tryouts will begin next Tuesday, Sept 3rd. Tryouts will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 2:30 until 4. Tryouts on Friday will be until 5. Students should make arrangements for pick up on Friday. Permission slips for cheerleading can be picked up in the front lobby. If you have further questions, please see Ms. Castro. Cheerleading tryouts will be held in the cafeteria.

  • Also on Tuesday, there will be a Wellness Class starting after school with Mr. Ruble. If you are interested in being a part of the Wellness class, please let Mr. Ruble know. There only room for 15 boys and 15 girls.

  • Please come and support the WMS Baseball team tonight in their game against Lincoln Junior High in Lincoln IL at 4:30. The school’s address is 208 Broadway St, Lincoln, IL. The bus for the players will be leaving WMS at 3:15.

  • Students and teachers there will be no school on Monday, September 2 for the Labor Day Holiday.

  • Don’t forget to turn in the agenda, binder, and grade checks from today’s lesson first thing when you get to school next week. They go in the blue bins in the front lobby.

  • Reminder to students: Please be respectful of guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school-wide and classroom expectations at all times.

  • This week’s Social Goal: I can incorporate learned school-wide and classroom expectations to have a productive school year.

August 29th



  • PBIS is a positive behavioral intervention put into place here at WMS.  Prizes are awarded to those students who have earned Brag Tags for “doing the right thing.”  Be sure to turn your Brag Tags in to the appropriate grade level bin in the front lobby in order to earn special prizes throughout the year.




  • There will be Baseball practice tonight at Fairview Park from 4-6.




  • Cheerleading tryouts will begin next Tuesday, Sept 3rd. Tryouts will be Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 2:30 until 4. Tryouts on Friday will be until 5. Students should make arrangements for pick up on Friday. Permission slips for cheerleading can be picked up in the front lobby. If you have further questions, please see Ms. Castro. Cheerleading tryouts will be held in the cafeteria. 




  • Also on Tuesday, there will be a Wellness Class starting after school with Mr. Ruble. If you are interested in being a part of the Wellness class, please let Mr. Ruble know. There only room for 15 boys and 15 girls. 




  • Students and teachers there will be no school on Monday, September 2 for the Labor Day Holiday.




  • Reminder to students: Please be respectful of guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school-wide and classroom expectations at all times. 




  • This week’s Social Goal: I can incorporate learned school-wide and classroom expectations to have a productive school year.



August 28th


  • Teachers will be passing out Brag Tags throughout the year for students who are caught “doing the right thing” around school. If you earn a Brag Tag, put your first and last name on it as well as your grade level. Turn your Brag Tag in to the appropriate grade level bin in the front lobby. Prizes will be drawn regularly. An Out of the Blue Day is coming up very soon so be sure to turn in yours today!

  • It’s cheerleading time! Try-outs will be next Tuesday September 3rd through 6th in the Cafeteria.Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday try-out last until 4pm and Friday until 5. Transportation will need to be arranged each day, on Friday their will not be an activity bus. Come prepared and ready to learn. Permission slips are in the lobby, they need to be turned in on the 1st day of try-outs or in the envelope outside of room 104. Any questions please see Mrs. Castro

  • Next Tuesday the 3rd of Sept. there will be an after school Wellness class for the students of WMS. There is only room for 15 boys and 15 girls. Mr. Ruble will be around to the different lunch shifts today getting students to sign up for the spots.

  • Reminder to students—please be respectful with guest teachers or substitutes in the building. Students are expected to follow school wide and classroom expectations at all time.

  • This week’s social goal: I can incorporate learned school-wide and classroom expectations to have a productive school year.

August 27th


  • 6th grade girls basketball tryouts

  • It’s cheerleading time! Try-outs will be next Tuesday September 3rd through 6th in the Cafeteria.Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday try-out last until 4pm and Friday until 5. Transportation will need to be arranged each day, on Friday their will not be an activity bus. Come prepared and ready to learn. Permission slips are in the lobby, they need to be turned in on the 1st day of try-outs or in the envelope outside of room 104. Any questions please see Mrs. Castro

  • Next Tuesday the 3rd of Sept. there will be an after school Wellness class for the students of WMS. There is only room for 15 boys and 15 girls. Mr. Ruble will be around to the different lunch shifts today getting students to sign up for the spots.

  • Teachers will be passing out Brag Tags throughout the year for students who are caught “doing the right thing” around school. If you earn a Brag Tag, put your first and last name on it as well as your grade level. Turn your Brag Tag in to the appropriate grade level bin in the front lobby. Prizes will be drawn regularly. An Out of the Blue Day is coming up very soon so be sure to turn in yours today!

  • There will be Baseball practice tonight at Fairview Park from 4-6.

August 26th Announcements


  • 6th grade girls basketball tryouts will be today and tomorrow after school.

  • Cross country practice will be also after school today.

  • This week’s social goal: I can incorporate my learning to become a productive student at WMS.

August 23rd Announcements



  • Thanks to all the students and parents that attended last night’s Family Cookout and Open House. It was great to talk to all of your parents and family. We hope you enjoyed the event. Big shout out to all the staff that helped plan and prepare for the event. Also, a big shout out to Ms. Swaggerty in the cafeteria for her hard work. If you see her today in the cafeteria give her a big thank you. 




  • Students continue to listen and learn classroom and school wide expectations as we move into academics and learning in the classroom. We expect students will be able to complete assignments in a timely manner to prepare for the next level. Students continue to communicate with your teachers if you find you are having difficulty with assignments to plan for interventions. 




  • Cross country try-outs today and Monday.




  • You are invited to the Bridging the GAP BBQ on Saturday August 24th from 12pm-3pm. There will be food, music, games and loads of fun. Free Entry!



August 22nd



  • Cross country try-outs today and Friday this week.




  • 8th grade Ambassadors, please make sure to be back at school at 4:55 tonight to help with cookout and open house.




  • You are invited to the Bridging the GAP BBQ on Saturday August 24th from 12pm-3pm. There will be food, music, games and loads of fun. Free Entry!



August 21st



  • Reminders: Today, students, teachers will review classroom and school-wide expectations. Students are reminded to learn and follow expectations throughout the school day for a productive school year.




  • Students should be walking quietly in the hallway with voices at a level one. We are quiet to not disturb other classes that may be learning. 




  • Students should walk orderly in the hall on the right side of the hall.




  • Students should not crowd at lockers. 




  • Cellphones, earbuds, headphones should not be visible during the school day. If you are asked to put these items away, please do so politely. 




  • No running in the halls and students please keep your hands, feet and hurtful words to yourself




  • Cross country try-outs start on Thursday and Friday this week.




  • 8th grade Ambassadors, please meet in room 123 today at lunch for a very short meeting about open house tomorrow night.




  • Students a reminder tomorrow night we will host our Open House from 6 to 7 pm. Before the Open House we will be hosting a staff cookout from 5 to 6. Please inform your parents of the event and plan to attend tomorrow night. 




  • You are invited to the Bridging the GAP BBQ on Saturday August 24th from 12pm-3pm. There will be food, music, games and loads of fun. Free Entry! 




  • This week’s social goal: I can learn school-wide and classroom expectations in order to have a productive school year.



August 20th


  • Reminders: Today, students, teachers will review classroom and school-wide expectations. Students are reminded to learn and follow expectations throughout the school day for a productive school year.

  • Students should be walking quietly in the hallway with voices at a level one. We are quiet to not disturb other classes that may be learning.

  • Students should walk orderly in the hall on the right side of the hall.

  • Students should not crowd at lockers.

  • Cellphones, earbuds, headphones should not be visible during the school day. If you are asked to put these items away, please do so politely.

  • No running in the halls and students please keep your hands, feet and hurtful words to yourself

  • This week’s social goal: I can learn school-wide and classroom expectations in order to have a productive school year.

  • Cross country try-outs start on Thursday and Friday this week.

  • You are invited to the Bridging the GAP BBQ on Saturday August 24th from 12pm-3pm. There will be food, music, games and loads of fun. Free Entry!

August 19th

Reminders: Today, students, teachers will review classroom and school-wide expectations. Students are reminded to learn and follow expectations throughout the school day for a productive school year.

Students should be walking quietly in the hallway with voices at a level one. We are quiet to not disturb other classes that may be learning. 

Students should walk orderly in the hall on the right side of the hall. 

Students should not crowd at lockers. 

Cellphones, earbuds, headphones should not be visible during the school day. If you are asked to put these items away, please do so politely. 

No running in the halls and students please keep your hands, feet and hurtful words to yourself

This week’s social goal: I can learn school-wide and classroom expectations in order to have a productive school year. 

Cross country try-outs start this Thursday and Friday after school this week.

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