MS BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ BASKETBALL
7th & 8th boys’ and girls’ won against Finneytown
MS STRINGS CONCERT INFORMATION
Dear String Parents,
We are looking forward to performing for you at our holiday concert next week. Here are some specifics to help you negotiate what is probably an already hectic schedule. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
5th and 6th grade perform at 6:30
7th and 8th grade perform at 8:00
Parents of 5th and 6th grade musicians
Please bring all instruments to the high school before school on Wednesday morning. Doors will be open by 6:30 am.
Please bring instruments to the mirrored hallway at the high school next to the auditorium. There is a glass door entrance as you round the auditorium.
Make sure case is labeled to avoid confusion.
Tables will be labeled by grade.
Cellos placed under the tables.
Basses should be taken across the stage and placed on floor stage left.
Students will travel by bus on Wednesday to the Pendery auditorium to rehearse.
Parents of 7th and 8th grade musicians
Please bring cellos and basses to the auditorium on Wednesday morning, December 12
Violin and viola players will bring instruments with them that night.
Notes for all
• Concert Attire for all: Blue Polo, Black pants or skirt with leggings or tights, dress shoe.
• Musicians can add holiday bling to their concert dress but it is not required.
• Concert should last no longer than 45 minutes
• Please plan to stay for the duration of the concert. We try to teach our students to support each other.
• Chip wheelies will be sold after each concert.
Toiletries & Personal Care Products Drive
The Wyoming Middle School Student Council will host a toiletries drive for the two weeks leading up to Winter Break, December 10-21, 2018. Needy families often struggle to access these things, as much as they struggle to access food, clothing, and shelter.
In order to best meet the needs of our community, we’ve divided donations up by grade level. Students are asked to bring in full-sized commonly used toiletry products.
5th Grade: chapstick, lotion, Vaseline/Aquaphor
6th Grade: tooth brushes, tooth paste, floss
7th Grade: Shampoo, conditioner, men and women’s deodorant
8th Grade: Soap or body wash, men and women’s deodorant
At large items (anyone can bring them in): laundry detergent, dish soap, toilet paper, new socks, feminine hygiene products.
8TH GRADE PHILADELPHIA TRIP
The next payment is due December 21, in the amount of $149.75
******************* If possible, please purchase a yearbook NOW! In the past some 8th grade parents forget to purchase the yearbook and as a result have unhappy 8th graders! ****************************************
Yearbooks Are On Sale!
Yearbooks are available to purchase from Walsworth for $25.
(You may have received emails from Walsworth, the WMS yearbook company. Lifetouch takes our photos.)
Please go to https://yearbookforever.com/#
We only use online ordering.
Type in Wyoming Middle School and make your selection by December 31, 2018.
*****Make sure that you enter homeroom teacher’s name correctly. Omitting or misspelling teacher’s name may result in receiving books later than others. *****
Price rises to $30 after 12/31/2018
Sale ends 1/19/19
The next Zero Waste Lunch is coming up on Thursday, December 13!
The Wyoming Primary School Zero Waste Lunch Program helped reduce our lunch waste substantially last year. This year Wyoming Middle School is joining the challenge. Studies show that regular waste-free lunch challenges change behavior throughout the year and this has proved true in Wyoming! Students think more about eating all of their food or taking home leftovers to eat later; and parents and students pack lunches in reusable (rather than disposable) packaging more often.
What can you do to help your child prepare for a Zero Waste Lunch? Encourage your child to remember the four R’s of Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and Rot.
It is easier for your student to control how much waste they produce if they pack lunch:
Reduce: They can reduce food and packaging waste by only packing the foods they will actually eat in amounts they can finish. Lunch time is limited! Pack fresh food (rather than prepackaged items).
Reuse: Pack lunch in reusable containers instead of plastic baggies; use a lunchbox instead of a brown bag. Choose a reusable bottle for drinks. Pack utensils and a cloth napkin from home instead of disposables.
Recycle: If the food item must be sent in packaging, please try to make sure it is recyclable.
Rot: We compost at each of our primary schools. There is a container that students can put unfinished fruit and clean (no dressing) veggies in. Kids can send their organic waste back to the earth through composting.
Your child can incorporate the four R’s when buying lunch at school: remind them to select foods they will eat and food with minimal packaging; recycle water bottles, juice and milk cartons (after pouring out leftover liquids); and compost organic scraps!
The kids are always up for the challenge of setting a new record for reduced lunch waste. If you can, please help them pack their lunch on Thursday, December 13, in reusable containers. Ask your kids what they will actually eat in their lunch—and remind them to eat it all or bring home leftovers! (And please try to integrate these habits every day!)
Wyoming students are blazing the trails in learning, improving, and creating greener habits!
Thank You For Your Help!
Wyoming City Schools and the PSA Green Team
From the Wyoming Middle School Parent Advisory Committee
To all 7th Grade Families: Your Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Representatives Caroline Covode and Julie Straub would like to make sure that you are informed of PAC grade-level events (such as field day), volunteer opportunities, reminders, and other Wyoming Parent School Association news. Your email will not be shared with others and distribution lists will be undisclosed on emails sent. To make sure that you are included, please send your email address to email@example.com.
To all 8th Grade Families: Your Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Representative Kathleen Batsel would like to make sure that you are informed of PAC grade-level events (such as field day), volunteer opportunities, reminders, and other Wyoming Parent School Association news. Traditionally, separate groups of 8th grade parents host a dinner for the entire class prior to the Wyoming Youth Services 8th Grade Dance and a party for the entire class after the 8th Grade Celebration (both in May). Though these are not PSA or PAC events, this list will be shared with these parent groups in an effort to make sure that all students are invited to these events. To be added to the email list or make sure you are currently on the list, please send your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wyoming Cowboys Spirit Wear Store is having a State Champions Spirit Wear Sale
The Wyoming Cowboys Spirit Wear Store will be selling 2018 Football State Champions tees and sweatshirts this week! The sale will take place at The T-Shirt Co., 413 Northland Blvd., in Forest Park 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 5; 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 6, and Friday, Dec. 7; and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 12. For more information, call 513-821-7100.
A message from the Wyoming Ski Club:
1) NEED A GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT???
*** Friends and family get a 10% DISCOUNT on your PNS Season Pass when you purchase online with the Wyoming Ski Club until Dec. 12th (see details below)***
*** Directions to purchase online Perfect North Slopes season passes to get your special discount:
1) log on to: http://www.perfectnorth.com
2) Locate Club Log-in on bottom of page and click on it.
3) Click on W to display Wyoming Ski Club, click on Wyoming Ski Club
4) type “ski4ever” in the password box
5) Click on see available items to view available passes and complete the online purchase.
Like the Wyoming Ski Club on Facebook to get updates and reminders.
Questions? Contact us at email@example.com
2) 7-12th Graders are invited to RIDE the Wyoming Ski Bus on Friday nights.
Use the link below:
Any questions email us at firstname.lastname@example.org