Wildwood Middle School

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



  • Girls Basketball tryouts willl be held soon.  Tryouts will begin on Tuesday, November 1st, from 6-8pm in the WMS gym.  Tryouts will last for 3 days, and you should plan to attend all three days.  You must have a completed WVSSAC Physical form and Insurance waiver either on file with Mr. Viands, or with you at tryouts.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

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  • PTO will be sponsoring a dance Friday, October 28 from 6-9pm.  Tickets cost $5 and will be on sale during lunches 10-24 to 10-28 and at the door.  Costumes are encouraged, but not required.  Concessions will be for sale during the dance.  A DJ will be providing music!  Hope to see you there!

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  • State Superintendent Dr. Michael Martirano visited Wildwood Friday, September 30th.  He toured the school and met with students who told him about some great programs at Wildwood, including SeaPerch with Mrs. Lykens, FFA with Mr. Withrow, Coding with Mrs. Thomas, and Maker Space with Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Moffat!

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  • From August 7th through August 10th another Wildwood staff member, Mr. Rick Marstiller, travelled with seven other community members from his local church to help the flood victims in the town of Rainelle in Fayette County.  A few of the projects they completed consisted of hauling away trash and debris from homes by the river, tearing out wet insulation in crawl space areas under some homes in town, cleaning mold and mildew inside homes with over five feet of flood water, and helping to install drywall in homes that were in the remodeling stage.  Mr. Marstiller said that the work was rewarding because they were able to help give some of these families hope as they began to start rebuilding their lives.  The group plans future trips next month.   The staff members of Wildwood are privileged to work with those who have such a heart for others.

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  • Mr. Dave Viands, WMS Athletic Director, and his family traveled to Morgantown to meet the Athletic Director at Elkview Middle School, which was flooded recently and heavily damaged.  Mr. Viands contacted Jefferson County Middle Schools and others in order to round up some equipment for the Elkview Middle athletes.  Elkview is a feeder school for Herbert Hoover High(also flooded), which will be using the middle school's field as an educational site.  Many of the high schools have corporation support for equipment, but middle schools are just trying to come up with solutions as they can.  

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  • Dr. Johnathan Pellish, NASA engineer at the Goddard Space Flight Center, visited science students at Wildwood Middle School on Wednesday, September 14.  Dr. Pellish, the son of Susan Pellish and Jefferson County commissioner Walt Pellish, talked with 7th and 8th grade students in Carolyn Thomas' classes about careers and opportunities in STEM.

                                                  Mr. Pellish

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  • We proudly present to the Wildwood Community: 

         Wildwood Teacher of the Year -- Mrs. Claire Webb

         Wildwood Service Personnel of the Year -- Mrs. Donna Greenwalt


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  • Welcome  Ms. Anna Fennell, Ms. Lesa Rodrigues, Mr. James Miller, Ms. Julie Purkey, Ms. Dawn Rickard, Ms. Stephanie Smith, and Ms. Lindsey Walls.  Please welcome our new Assistant Principal Mr. Joel Silver!

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  • On May 17th our local Kiwanis Club honored the top fifty eighth graders from Jefferson County at an awards ceremony held at Wildwood.  The PTO served delicious cake, one for each middle school, decorated with the names of the distinguished students!   Mr. Pete Dougherty chaired the program, which featured the following Wildwood honorees:   Thomas Berkman, Leah Berry, Michael Colina, Katherine Davis, Jessica Fisher, Isabelle Mari, Kailey Moler, Matthew Nace, Isabella O'Bannion, Amanda Pastora, James Rawlins, Olivia Romano, and Chelsea Wells.  Those in attendance enjoyed hearing about the future plans of these young people!

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  • Congratulations to eighth graders Chris Pfaltzgraff and Andrew Schattel, along with their science teacher, Mrs. Bloch!  Chris and Andrew created a science project entitled "The Effect of Light on Sleep," which their teacher entered into the inaugural Bright Schools Competition.  This competition is a collaborative effort of the National Sleep Foundation and the National Science Teachers Association that encourages students in grades 6-8 to explore the correlation between light and sleep and how it influences student health and performance.  As a result of the competition, Chris and Andrew, along with Mrs. Bloch, have been named national finalists in the Bright Schools Competition!  Nice work, Chris and Andrew!

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