Wildwood Middle School
Congratulations to FCCLA and to the Wildwood community for donating 900 cans of food and 29 turkeys to the FCCLA food drive! First prize for total food collected went to Mr. Lee's 1st period class, second prize to Mrs. Brock's 1st period, and third prize to Ms. Sloan's 1st period!
Wildwood hosted its 2nd annual celebration November 17, 2017 for those students who achieved "Distinguished" on both the Math and ELA sections of last year's WV General Summative Assessment. Board office and Board of Education members, along with the honored students' parents, attended the celebration! These high achievers received gift bags, certificates, cake and punch!
Wildwood Middle School Cheerleading was able to collect $216.37 from spectators at our October football games. All proceeds were donated to Paint the Town Pink in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Would you like to own an authentic Mustang football or basketball jersey? The Athletic Department is selling all of our old jerseys for $10.00 each. Show your Mustang pride! And great news: Any WMS student who buys a jersey will receive free admission to ALL WMS basketball games for this upcoming season! Just wear your jersey to the game! See Mr. Viands if you'd like to buy a jersey. They will also be available during lunch next week.
On Tuesday, October 17th, we were treated to an in-school volleyball game that the Lady Mustangs won against St. Joe's! The students provided a lot of team support!
Where is our 8th grader in the rotating pictures above, and what is he doing? He is preparing a pizza for his classmates inside the state-of-the-art James Rumsey Mobile Van which is visiting Wildwood for a couple of weeks! Ms. Bettinna Messersmith, who runs the Mobile Career Center from Rumsey, talks to our students about prospective careers for which they could become skilled and educated at James Rumsey Technical Institute in Martinsburg, WV. We are thrilled to have her visit and talk with all of our 8th graders. Click on the picture of the pizza-maker above in the rotating pictures in order to see more pictures about the van and its offerings!
What's inside an egg? Mr. Withrow hatched a plan recently to have his Ag students research the weights and sizes of commercial eggs bought in the grocery stores. They soon found that this activity was more than it was cracked up to be. Then, they were not chicken about dissecting the egg and locating the albumen vitelline membrane, yolk, shell membranes, and air cells. Check out the rotating picture above and click on it for more pictures!
Welcome to Spirit Week at Wildwood! (Twin/Triplet Day)
Congratulations to Mrs. Lykens and the winners of the SeaPerch Challenge Friday, September 8th! The challenge involved taking a nut off a screw underwater with a remotely-operated vehicle! Rowen Davis and Hayden Jeffries took 1st place, Carter Naiman achieved 2nd place, and Yadriel Gonzalez won 3rd place! Charlotte Pope and Emily Marstiller captured the Extended Challenge! You can view scenes from the challenge in the rotating pictures above!
The courtyard project led by Mrs. Thomas is a school pride project for 7th grade science students. In partnership with the Cacapon Institute they planted over 100 native grasses and flowering plants to attract pollinators and beautify our school. The courtyard grows in beauty day by day! Check out the pictures in the rotating images above!
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Winter Concert-All Bands
2:00 PM - 2:45 PM Report cards go home