Woodland Middle School Announcements Monday, October 27, 2014


Woodland Middle School Announcements Monday, October 27, 2014
Order your copy of the WMS 2014-2015 Yearbook
Teen, Food and Fitness Newsletter
WCS Successory Nomination Form
WMS Veteran’s Day Ceremony Invitation
Woodland Middle School Announcements
Monday, October 27, 2014
Ravenwood High School Announcements
Centennial High School Announcements
Today’s Happenings….
Congratulations to our October Students
of the Month:
Cherokee – Jasper Vasilevskis
Choctaw – Ava Lavigne
Shawnee – Reece Curling
Chickasaw – Min Kalasikam
Iroquois – Andrew Kiepek
Eighth Grade – Kailee Lingelbach
Eighth Grade – Cameron Allen
*Parents please do not pick up your students in the Somerset neighborhood at the
end of the day*
We need your help at the intersection of Crockett Road and Volunteer Parkway. Apparently there
have been several close calls while students are crossing the road in the crosswalk. We are
concerned for the safety of all our students so please be aware when proceeding through this
intersection that children are present. Thank you for your help.
Early Dismissal Process
Parents, If your child is going to be dismissed early, please have them bring a note to
the office in the morning so that they can get a blue slip. It is the student’s
responsibility to leave class at the time on their blue slip. Schedules change and
students are not always in the class indicated on the computer. We understand that
sometimes appointments are made after the student has come to school. In that
case, please call the school in advance of you coming to the school. Students are not
permitted to leave their class to wait for you, without a blue slip. Thanks for your
Red Ribbon Week
This year Red Ribbon Week is October 27th-31st!
This year's dress up days are:
Tuesday-"Dynamic Duos defeat Drugs", dynamic duo/twin day
Wednesday-"Don't go Wacky on Drugs", dress in your wackiest wear (no pajamas)
Thursday-"We have the Power to be Drug Free", superhero day
Friday-"Show your Character, say no to Drugs", Disney day
This week is going to be a blast! Don't forget to dress up, bring money for the bake sale Friday
October 31st, and be drug free!
YEARBOOK SALE UPDATE **The price goes up November 1!
This is the last week of the lowest price ($40) for the yearbook. On Saturday, November 1, the
price goes up to $45. Thank you to the 430 families who’ve already purchased a copy of the
JOB #: 2516
Order online: www.yearbookordercenter.com
Over the phone: 1.866.287.3096
Via mail: An order form has been mailed to your home, or you can print the one attached. Fill it
out and return it with a check. Do not send cash in the mail.
*All ordering is done directly through Herff Jones Yearbook Company. Do not send any orders to
Power Mondays for remainder of the first semester: November 10th and 17th
December 8th
**8th grade play practice is cancelled for today. Please be there on THURSDAY**
All Dancers please pick up your team picture order form if you haven’t already.
Pictures will be after school on Wednesday starting at 3:30 p.m.
**Parents please plan to attend a very important meeting with a Homeland Security
agent on November 13th at 6:00 p.m. in the RHS RPAC**
The presentation will provide you with invaluable information about the threat of online
predators, cyberbullying and more. Most importantly, you will leave with action steps and
strategies to protect your children in the digital age. This is for PARENTS ONLY.
Don’t forget to make plans to attend Woodland’s Veteran’s Day Program on
Tuesday, November 11, 2014.
Program will be held in the gymnasium
and begin at 8:30 a.m.
All veterans and active duty service personnel are invited.
**Reminder for Dress Code – If you are wearing leggings make sure your top is
fingertip length.**
Wrestling Cheerleading– Mat girls are reminded of the first match on Tuesday October 28th at
Freedom Middle School. Be there by 3:45 p.m.
Swim - Woodland Middle's swim team competed against 28 area middle schools on
Saturday in Lebanon and in a close ending, they finished 2nd place overall! The Girl's team
came in 2nd as well, and our boys’ team came in 1st! Congratulations on a terrific meet
with several of our students placing first and scoring in the top 16. Way to go
Newspaper – Newspaper will meet this Wednesday after school until 3:30 p.m.
Drive Away Hunger Challenge
The Drive Away Hunger Challenge has begun and goes through Oct. 31st. Instead of
taking family-sized items (cans of green beans and boxes of mac-and-cheese) we will
be collecting single-serve items for the Fuel Bag Program at GraceWorks. Credit will
only be given for these single-serve items. Examples are available on the posters,
and sample items are on display outside the office. As well as collecting these single-
serve items, money is accepted. $1 = 3 items.
*For parents who want to get a head start on information gathering, Ray Scheetz
and Karen Mauldin will be presenting an IB Program overview on Thursday,
November 6, at 6:30 pm in the FHS library*
See attachment for Gifted and SPED parents.
Williamson County Schools is committed in its fight against bullying. Earlier this year the district
unveiled a new anti-bullying hotline. Parents and students are encouraged to call the hotline if
they have witnessed or know of instances of bullying. The toll free number is 1-855-284-0669.
Incidents can also be reported via email at [email protected]