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With only 20 days left in the school year, it is time to display the word cloud banner with names of all our 8th grade students. Each year I see groups of students gathered around determined to find their name. I hear our students in 6th and 7th grade talking about how much they will miss these 8th graders. Teachers give hugs to students who will be leaving us and help to reminisce about the good times here at WJMS. We are proud of your accomplishments and we celebrate your advancement to a new chapter in your lives. Congratulations WJMS class of 2017….you will be missed!

8th grade 2017

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The kids(and the adults too) have enjoyed figuring out our latest contest on the bulletin board outside the media center. There are twelve book titles for the contest written using emojis only! Can you figure out all of them?

emoji-reads

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rrw-doorCelebrating Red Ribbon Week with a new door decoration for our school contest.

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Today begins the 2016-2017 school year for WJMS. To welcome students back to school, I’ve created a “Meet Our Cast” bulletin board. The gold stars have the names of all faculty and staff written on them so our new students may familiarize themselves with the adults in the building. I hope everyone has a great first day and a wonderful school year.

meet our cast

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With only 27 days left in the school year, it is time to display the word cloud banner with names of all our 8th grade students. Each year I see groups of students gathered around determined to find their name. I hear our students in 6th and 7th grade talking about how much they will miss these 8th graders. Teachers give hugs to students who will be leaving us and help to reminisce about the good times here at WJMS. We are proud of your accomplishments and we celebrate your advancement to a new chapter in your lives. Congratulations WJMS class of 2016….you will be missed!classof2016

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pacmanWe celebrated Teen Tech Week March 7th through 11th with a new display this year. Ms. Pacman made her debut as sticky-note art. Kids thought it was great and were excited about trying out some others. Students could also play our version of Angry Birds. We had six bad piggies on a pyramid of boxes. Students could throw a ball at the pyramid to try to knock down all bad piggies. The media center also showcased a Technology Museum filled with old video controllers, typewriters, cameras, 8-track tape players and more. In addition, we went low-tech during the week. Students were able to make popsicle stick bows and used q-tips as arrows. They were able to make these fly up to 25 feet!

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chocolates

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