Friday Focus


Friday Focus

15 November 2019
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 7 items of interest to follow. If you miss any part of this message, visit the Willowcreek website, Peachjar or Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.


Congratulations to this week’s Students of the Week. 6th graders: Manprit Singh, Brooklyn Reed, Gavin Wisler, Jordyn Anderson and Olivia Nemecek. 7th graders: Josiah Mabon, Ysabella Martinez and Chloe Rummell. 8th graders: Troy Marshall, Jerzie Jenne’ and Samantha Cali. Principals’ Choice goes to: Gracie Wardingley, Connor Philips and Arianna Marquez.Well done all!


The Willowcreek Student Council is collecting donations to help feed 12 needy families from Willowcreek this Thanksgiving. Our Money for Meals team coin wars contest runs through Thursday, Nov. 21st. The team with the most money wins a prize. Please send in what you can for this worthy cause.


If your child forgot to bring in their PTO Cookie Dough fundraiser, they can still bring it in on Monday.


Monday, November 18 is our Title I Game Night from 6-7:30 for all 6th grade Title I students and their families.



Tuesday, November 19 is a Records Day for teachers. There will be no school for students on Tuesday.


Thursday, Nov 21 is our wonderful school turkey dinner. Turkey with all the trimmings including pumpkin pie will be served. This will be the only choice available on Thursday. If your child does not like this meal, please pack a lunch for them on Thursday.


Our PTO monthly meeting has been moved and will be held Thursday, Nov 21 at 6:00 in the Willowcreek cafeteria. All are welcome to attend.





Thank you and have a great weekend.



--
M. Stewart, principal
Willowcreek Middle SchoolFriday Focus






8 November 2019
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 4 items of interest to follow. If you miss any part of this message, visit the Willowcreek website, Peachjar or Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.




Congratulations to this week’s Students of the Week. 6th graders: Daequon Fields, Delanie Espino, Addison Kozlowski, Riley Rosado and Janiya Crouch. 7th graders: Nyajal Cooper-Kun, Xander Bohing and Sienna SanMiguel. 8th graders: Destiny Tolley, Abigail Jablonski and Sean Cole. Principals’ Choice goes to: Bella Monacy. Well done all!


Monday, November 11 our school will honor Veterans with a program beginning at 7:45 a.m. All students are welcome to wear red, white and blue on Monday to show support for all Veterans.


Please remember to support our PTO fundraiser. Order forms and money are due Tuesday, November 12. We are asking that every family buy at least one container of Cookie Dough. Students who wish to sell more will receive prizes, including a cash prize for the most tubs sold. If you are in need of additional order forms, they are in the office.


Our PTO monthly meeting will be Thursday, Nov 14 at 6:00 in the Willowcreek cafeteria. All are welcome to attend.







Thank you and have a great weekend.




Friday Focus

1 November 2019



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 9 items of interest to follow. If you miss any part of this message, visit the Willowcreek website, Peachjar or Facebook page where it will be printed in its entirety.


Congratulations to this week’s Students of the Week. 6th graders: Ayva Cunningham, Danny Gonzales, Orlando Villa, Elisea Orozco and Jayjour Pleasant. 7th graders: Andrew Hennings, Kayla Pleasant and Skylar Veatch. 8th graders: Ema Wisniewski, Tristan Evans and Brian Norris. Principals Choice goes to Jacob Heddens, William Austin and Jaiden Carbone. Well done all!


All students were given a fundraiser packet for Cookie Dough today. Our Willowcreek PTO is trying to raise funds to pay for our school dances and the Mega Party for all students at the end of the year. Please support this program. We are asking that every family buy at least one container of Cookie Dough. Students who wish to sell more will receive prizes, including a cash prize for the most tubs sold. The sale runs through November 12. All money is due when sales are made.



On Monday, November 4 from 2:45 to 3:45 is a preview activity for any 6th or 7th grade girl interested in the “She Can Tech” program. Parents must be able to pick up their daughter at 3:45. This previews the Game Design Camp offered at the Boys & Girls Club after school from November 12-14. For more information go to SheCanTech.org



Tuesday, November 5 is an eLearning Day for the district. Students are required to complete their online assignments that day. Students or parents may email teachers with questions about the required work. Please be sure that your child completes their work before returning to school on Wednesday.



Wednesday, November 6 is our monthly Late Start Wednesday. School will begin exactly one hour later at 8:25. Please make sure your child is here on time that day.



Also on Wednesday is our Picture Retake Day. If your child was not here on our regular picture day, they have an opportunity to do so Wednesday. Packets are available to purchase. You can pick up a form in the office or order online at Inter-state.com/order.



Don’t forget to turn your clocks back this weekend. Daylight Savings Time ends Sunday. And once again - students need to be at school on time. Students may enter the building at 7:00 and they must be seated in class by 7:25.



Please be very careful when using our school parking lots - especially when it is dark outside. Students and staff are moving about the lots. Be sure you are looking out for them!



Parents are reminded that students may not bring carbonated soft drinks, such as Pepsi, Coke or Mountain Dew, to school in their lunches.



Thank you and have a great weekend.



--
M. Stewart, principal
Willowcreek Middle School