Friday Focus






Friday Focus

21 April 2017

Hello Willowcreek Family.  This is Ms. Stewart and here is the Friday Focus message for this week.  Our mission is educating, empowering and inspiring excellence. There are 5 items of  interest to follow.   If you miss any part of this message, visit Schoology, the Willowcreek website or our Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.  

  1. Congratulations to our students of the week.  6th graders: Peyton Fausto, Madison Lopez, Jeffery Szackacs, Liam Shine and Autumn Schubert.  7th graders: Emily Wilusz , Chloe Smith and Cameron Creviston.  8th graders: Paul Kargol, Jonathan Kenny and Khamya Boughton.   Well done all!


  1. Progress reports will be going home on Thursday, April 27.


  1. Thursday will also be the last day for study tables for this school year.


  1. If you are the parent of a 7th or 8th grader you have a job to do!  You need to enroll your child in the 21st Century Scholarship.  It is easy and, if you qualify, it could provide a FREE college or trade school education for your child.  Just type in www.scholars.in.gov Click Parents, Click Enroll, Click How to Apply, Click Apply Online (bottom of page), Click Your Email Address and create a Password.  That’s all there is to it.  Don’t put it off.  Do it today!


  1. Our lunchtime picnic will be on Thursday next week.  Students will take their lunch and eat on the football field.  Students can buy a school lunch OR bring one from home.  In case of rainy weather, we will have our picnic on Friday.  Students should bring a jacket or hoodie if the weather is cool and they may bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on.  They may also bring footballs or Frisbees to play with when they are done eating.  The Kona Ice Truck will also be here for students who wish to purchase that treat.




Thank you and have a great weekend.










Friday Focus
13 April 2017

Hello Willowcreek Family. This is Ms. Stewart and here is the Focus message for this week. Our mission is educating, empowering and inspiring excellence. There are 6 items of interest to follow. If you miss any part of this message, visit Schoology, the Willowcreek website or our Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.

Congratulations to our students of the week. 6th graders: Liberty Wilson, Adam Melton, Jeanette Magallanes, Angelicia DelValle, and Kaylee Williams. 7th graders: Kristopher VonHoltz, Angie Hernandez and Chyrin Williams. 8th graders: Mia Mosca, Indria Carver and Kameron Montgomery. Principal’s Choice goes to Alyse Comstock. Well done all!

There will be no school tomorrow: Friday, April 14. This is our April break.

Next week we will be having our final session of ISTEP testing for the year. It is extremely important that you are making sure that your child is getting enough sleep at night and getting to school on time in the morning. A healthy breakfast is also very important. To this end, we will be providing a free breakfast to all students next week during testing.

If you are the parent of a 7th or 8th grader you have a job to do! You need to enroll your child in the 21st Century Scholarship. It is easy and, if you qualify, it could provide a FREE college or trade school education for your child. Just type in www.scholars.in.gov Click Parents, Click Enroll, Click How to Apply, Click Apply Online (bottom of page), Click Your Email Address and create a Password. That’s all there is to it. Don’t put it off. Do it today!

We are still in need of volunteers to help with our 8th grade Reality Store experience for our 8th grade students. Please consider coming to Willowcreek on Thursday, May 11 from 7:45 to 1:00. No experience is needed! Contact Mr. Johnson for more information and to sign up.

Once again, on Wednesday we will be having picnics during the lunch periods. Students will take their lunch and eat on the football field. Students can buy a school lunch OR bring one from home. In case of rainy weather, we will have our picnic on Thursday or Friday. Students should bring a jacket or hoodie if the weather is cool and they may bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on. They may also bring footballs or Frisbees to play with when they are done eating. The Kona Ice Truck will also be here for students who wish to purchase that treat.



Thank you. Happy Easter!







Friday Focus

13 April 2017

Hello Willowcreek Family.  This is Ms. Stewart and here is the Focus message for this week.  Our mission is educating, empowering and inspiring excellence. There are 6 items of  interest to follow.   If you miss any part of this message, visit Schoology, the Willowcreek website or our Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.  

  1. Congratulations to our students of the week.  6th graders:  Liberty Wilson, Adam Melton, Jeanette Magallanes, Angelicia DelValle, and Kaylee Williams.  7th graders: Kristopher VonHoltz, Angie Hernandez and Chyrin Williams.  8th graders: Mia Mosca, Indria Carver and Kameron Montgomery.  Principal’s Choice  goes to Alyse Comstock.  Well done all!


  1. There will be no school tomorrow: Friday, April 14.  This is our April break.


  1. Next week we will be having our final session of ISTEP testing for the year.  It is extremely important that you are making sure that your child is getting enough sleep at night and getting to school on time in the morning.  A healthy breakfast is also very important.  To this end, we will be providing a free breakfast to all students next week during testing.  


  1. If you are the parent of a 7th or 8th grader you have a job to do!  You need to enroll your child in the 21st Century Scholarship.  It is easy and, if you qualify, it could provide a FREE college or trade school education for your child.  Just type in www.scholars.in.gov Click Parents, Click Enroll, Click How to Apply, Click Apply Online (bottom of page), Click Your Email Address and create a Password.  That’s all there is to it.  Don’t put it off.  Do it today!


  1. We are still in need of volunteers to help with our 8th grade Reality Store experience for our 8th grade students.  Please consider coming to Willowcreek on Thursday, May 11 from 7:45 to 1:00.  No experience is needed!  Contact Mr. Johnson for more information and to sign up.  


  1. Once again, on Wednesday we will be having picnics during the lunch periods.  Students will take their lunch and eat on the football field.  Students can buy a school lunch OR bring one from home.  In case of rainy weather, we will have our picnic on Thursday or Friday.  Students should bring a jacket or hoodie if the weather is cool and they may bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on.  They may also bring footballs or Frisbees to play with when they are done eating.  The Kona Ice Truck will also be here for students who wish to purchase that treat.




Thank you.  Happy Easter!











Friday Focus
7 April 2017

Hello Willowcreek Family. This is Ms. Stewart and here is the Friday Focus message for this week. Our mission is educating, empowering and inspiring excellence. There are 5 items of interest to follow. If you miss any part of this message, visit Schoology, the Willowcreek website or our Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.

Congratulations to our students of the week. 6th graders: Emma Stanley, Cory Titus, Kaitlyn Shields, Carter Willis and Laila Ibrahim. 7th graders: Kara Rodriguez, Brianna Espino and Maya Lavendusky. 8th graders: Isaac Soiffer, Elizabeth Hiland and Rhema Miller. Well done all!

There will be no school on Friday, April 14. This is our April break.

If you are the parent of a 7th or 8th grader you have a job to do! You need to enroll your child in the 21st Century Scholarship. It is easy and, if you qualify, it could provide a FREE college or trade school education for your child. Just type in www.scholars.in.gov Click Parents, Click Enroll, Click How to Apply, Click Apply Online (bottom of page), Click Your Email Address and create a Password. That’s all there is to it. Don’t put it off. Do it today!

We are still in need of volunteers to help with our 8th grade Reality Store experience for our 8th grade students. Please consider coming to Willowcreek on Thursday, May 11 from 7:45 to 1:00. No experience is needed! Contact Mr. Johnson for more information and to sign up.

Beginning Wednesday April 12 we will be having picnics during the lunch periods. Students will take their lunch and eat on the football field. Students can buy a school lunch OR bring one from home. In case of rainy weather, we will have our picnic on Thursday or Friday. Students should bring a jacket or hoodie if the weather is cool and they may bring a beach towel or blanket to sit on. They may also bring footballs or Frisbees to play with when they are done eating.



Thank you. Have a great weekend