7TH & 8TH GRADE DANCE – FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16
On Friday, November 16th, the WMS Student Council will host the 7th & 8th grade dance. The theme is Hollywood, so students can dress up as their favorite movie character or movie star. Gourmet lollipops will be back for $1, additional snacks available. Remember to wear socks!
Date: Friday, November 16, 2018
Time: 6 to 8 PM, students must arrive by 7 PM
Cost: $5 at the door
Location: Wyoming Middle School
8TH GRADE PHILADELPHIA TRIP
DEPOSIT IS DUE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16
Our first group work session is this Saturday, November 17, from 9:30-11:30, in the middle school learning center. We will announce teams during the meeting. If you have a device you can use to conduct research, please bring it with you to the work session. If you are not able to attend, you must email Mr. Allen or Mrs. Nocks.
8TH GRADE PINHOLE PHOTOGRAPHY
Please Join Us
Pinhole Photography Night
Monday, November 19th
WMS Art Gallery
******************* 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
MIDDLE SCHOOL LOST & FOUND
Please check out the Middle School Lost and Found! It is over-flowing.
Display My Art: UNLIMITED FREE SHIPPING EXTENDED TO TUESDAY, NOV. 20th
Kindergarten through 6th grade parents: Your kids worked hard on an art lesson that you can commemorate on a variety of keepsakes. 🎁❄️☃️ Get your holiday shopping done online and early! There are so many keepsakes to choose from: trivets, aprons, mouse pads, tote bags, desk organizers, shirts, dishtowels, notecards (which make great thank-you notes!) and so. much. more. UNLIMITED FREE SHIPPING (no minimum purchase required) to multiple addresses anywhere in the continental U.S. on orders placed by Tuesday, November 20th! Bonus: a portion of each sale benefits our schools! If you misplace your order code, simply call 1-800-394-2090. Below are the themes our art teachers worked on with each grade.
Also, check out the fun collage below containing a couple of artworks from each grade! Questions? Email Randi Kaplan: Randibeth@hotmail.com.
Kindergarten: Heart Handprints: We painted K’s hands with paint and printed them in a shape of a heart.
1st Grade Georgia O’Keefe Inspired Flowers: Big, beautiful and bright flowers drawn from looking at flower photos, using crayon and marker.
2nd Grade Romero Britto Inspired Self-Portraits: Using a mirror, 2nd graders learned how to draw their faces in proportion and detail with borrowing inspiration from artist Romero Britto for background pattern design. Portraits are colored neatly with a combination of marker and crayon.
3rd Grade Memoji’s: In this project, third grade students thought of characteristics of themselves and turned those into emojis that represent them.
4th Grade Letter Design: Fourth Grade students learned about company logos. Each student chose a letter that was special to them and transformed it into a unique letter logo. This letter became the focal point and is a repeated design within their artwork.
5th Grade Landscape with Linear Perspective: Students learned some of the “tricks” artists use to create a sense of depth in a landscape drawing. Landscape layers, a vanishing point, size, placement and detail were all introduced to make a unique landscape.
6th Grade Symmetrical Totem Designs: Students learned about animal symbolism in the totem pole designs of the Pacific Northwest Coast Indians and created their own symmetrical totem image using their initials.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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 email@example.com.
From the Wyoming High School Marching Band
Help support the Marching Cowboys trip to New Orleans!
The Wyoming High School band is raising money to travel to and perform in New Orleans! Mark your calendars for these upcoming fundraisers:
Poinsettia Sale: Individual Sales Nov. 16-30. Pick up at Wyoming High School Holiday Showcase on Tuesday, Dec. 11.
Butter Braids Sale: Individual Sales March 8-April 1. Delivery on April 15 at Wyoming High School.
Station Family & BBQ Event: Friday, March 8. More information to come.
Wyoming Scarf Sale: Ongoing
Email Assistant Band Director Chris DeWitt at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 513-206-7070 for more information.
WSMA’s Flapjacks & Fortissimo on December 1
The 7th Annual Flapjacks & Fortissimo FUNDRAISER, presented by Wyoming School Music Association (WSMA), will be 8-11 a.m. Saturday, December 1, in the Wyoming High School Cafeteria.
Come hungry for a kicky morning full of inspired performances — and a stack of hand-flipped flapjacks, too. WSMA will serve pancakes, sausage, fresh fruit, and hot La Terza coffee from Wyoming Community Coffee, while you savor a wide range of musical acts brought to life by our brilliant Primary, Middle, and High School students. Purchase tickets for $6 in advance and save money! (Note: Online sales end midnight on Thursday, November 29th). Day of event admission cost – $8 per ticket.
BUY TICKETS here: http://wyomingmusic.org/7th-annual-flapjacks-fortissimo-fundraiser/
Contact Kelly Trush (email@example.com) with questions.
New to Town: Community Toy Swap
Looking for budget-friendly toys in an environmentally-friendly way? Participate in the Community Toy Swap at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 18, at Wyoming Baptist Church’s Fellowship Hall. Please bring any clean, unbroken, usable toys that your family is ready to pass on and search for you own treasures. Children’s books, DVDs, and CDs are welcome, too. Toy collection will begin at 2:30 p.m. and the shopping will begin around 3:30 p.m. You do not have to donate toys to participate. Donating toys without shopping is an option, too. There is no charge to participate and the toys are free. Participants will be entered in a raffle to determine order of shopping. Each family will receive one entry in the raffle. Children are welcome to attend. Remaining items will be donated to Valley Interfaith.
A message from the Wyoming Ski Club:
1) NEED A GREAT HOLIDAY GIFT???
*** Friends and family get a 30% DISCOUNT on your PNS Season Pass when you purchase online with the Wyoming Ski Club until Nov. 14th (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 firstname.lastname@example.org
2) 7-12th Graders are invited to RIDE the Wyoming Ski Bus on Friday nights.
Use the link below:
Any questions email us at email@example.com