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Wildwood Middle School

1209 Shenandoah Junction Road
Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442
304-728-4518 phone
304-728-9521 fax
 
Patricia Brockway, Principal

 
 

Announcements

  • New Mustang Stars!  updated  5/22/15  Students:  Emily Arnicar, James Cantrell, Paul Capel(he received 2!), Cory Crouse, Tim Dion(he received 2!), Carlos Escobar-Martinez, Justin Hall, Kaeli Hoffer, Korey Keefe, Aniela Martynski, Josh Metzler, Ashley Redmon, Cayla Reeder, Coron Roper, Kaylin Stickman, Keyla Suarez-Guevera, Tierra Utterback, Kayla Vella, Michelle Wagner, and Jacob Weatherholtz; Staff:  Alice Gordon, Shelley Schafer, and Sharron Stuart.

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  • Washington Gateway Academy is a one-week residential, pre-college program intended to encourage 7th graders who are going into the eighth grade to think about, plan, and prepare for college. The program is held in June on the campus of Shepherd University. From the hundreds of applicants, only 75 are selected. Our own Michelle Wagner was just informed that she has been selected as one of those fortunate 75! Congratulations on this exceptional achievement, Michelle!
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  • Students from Wildwood in the Fly Fishing Club helped release more than 300 brook trout raised in Jefferson County schools, including TA Lowery, Shepherdstown Elementary and Harpers Ferry Middle on Saturday, May 9th (pictures in rotating images above).


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  • Check out eighth grader Olivia Pierce’s entry into the State Young Writers Contest, “The Call from Beneath,” at http://boe.jeff.k12.wv.us/cms/lib02/WV01001913/Centricity/Domain/4/TheCallFromBeneath.pdf ! Note: Olivia is the only middle schooler from Jefferson County whose entry was submitted to the state! You go, Girl!

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  • Congratulations to eighth grader Maya Drabczyk, who had auditioned and was offered (and happily accepted) one of the 15 primary cast member spots for the JHS 2015/2016 theater productions! 

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    Wildwood Middle School science teacher, Carolyn Thomas receives her Certificate of Excellence from board president, Scott Sudduth, for completing her national certification in science for early adolescence. 
     
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    Board President, Scott Sudduth; student, John Sudduth; and social studies teacher, Claire Webb, honor John’s Certificate of Excellence for advancing as a semifinalist to the National Geographic State Bee. 
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  • Mrs. Miller's talented art students decorated the windows at the local Roy Rogers Restaurant for Spring and for the Christmas holidays!  Check them out in the rotating pictures above!  Customers at Roy Rogers have voted for the window design created by Michael Colina and Ben Franks as their favorite.  These artists will receive gift certificates for their painting.  Congratulations, Michael and Ben! Check them out in the rotating images on our website!


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  • We are continuing our soda can tab collection for Alex, who is battling leukemia.  Currently, the seventh grade is in the lead--the winning grade will receive a fun time lunch activity at the end of the year.  Soda tabs can be placed in the jars for their grade in the office.
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  • We had a blast visiting all the science areas at Science Night at Wildwood!  Our fabulous science teachers, in ABC order, are Mrs. Athey, Mrs. French, Mr. Helmick, Mr. Kitzmiller, Mrs. Lykens, Mrs. Moffat, and Mrs.Thomas!  Click on the banana picture in the rotating pictures above to find out what all of our budding scientists were up to Friday night, January 16th!
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