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    WMS DAILY BARK! January 19-22, 2016

    Quick Barks:
    Jan. 21, Math Night, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m.
    Jan. 27, 7th Gr. Potluck, 6 - 7
    Jan. 27, PTSA Meeting, 7 - 8:30
    Jan. 28, School Dance
    Feb. 5, End of Semester 1
    Feb. 15-16, Mid-Winter Break

    FOOD FOR THE POOR DONATIONS: How much can you buy with a dollar? Answer: A LOT! This week WMS is raising money with our Donate a Dollar fundraiser to help support poor women and children in India through the Food for the Poor organization.  By donating just one dollar, you can help to feed a family.  There will be students in the cafeteria during all four lunches collecting donations.

    ALL WMS YOUNG LADIES are invited to join the HOST group GIRLS ON THE RUN.  Registration forms can be found in the Main Office, Ms. Marissa’s office, or Ms. Enciso’s office, Rm. 4B.

    MATHTOWN is coming to WMS on Thursday, Jan 21, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Experience math in different ways with Fun Activities, Prizes and Dinner Provided.

    STUDENTS: There is NO sharing of lockers!  IF you put your belongings in a friend’s locker, the Custodians WILL NOT open the locker for you.  You’ll be sent to an administrator.  IF your locker isn’t working, see Ms. Grimm, Head Custodian to have it fixed or get a new one.  

    HOST Winter Session forms are available in the Main Office. Please return signed forms to the purple box in the Main Office by Friday, Jan. 22.  Processing for HOST classes does take time, turn required forms in now.  Free physicals are available from the Group Health Wellness Center for all sports participants.  Stop by and speak with Ms. O’Meara to schedule your free exam.

    LOST AND FOUND is being cleaned out and donated in the immediate future.  If you are missing, or think you are missing, something please check the lost and found.

    COYOTE CENTRAL, WINTER SESSION begins on February 6 and concludes March 27.  Interested students can sign up for classes online at www.coyotecentral.org.  Various Cooking groups plus Fashion and Design are just a couple of the classes you can view online.  Scholarships are available for students; sign up now!

    Seattle ICO has a free trip on Saturday, January 30; a trip to Snoqualmie Pass for snowshoeing and hiking. Pick up an information packet from the Main Office counter, fill out (include parent signatures), then return to Mr. Brewer, Rm. 123, or Ms. Arvidson, Rm. 131.  Turn in pages 1 through 4, page 5 is for your records.  Limited spots on this trip means: ‘don’t waste time; turn in your paperwork ASAP!’

    NW ERG IS BACK! The Northwest Indoor Rowing Championship will be held at:

    Hangar 30, Magnuson Park; Saturday, Feb. 6, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Athletes aged 11 – 111 are welcome to participate, vendors will be on site. For more information go to www.pocockfoundation.org, registration is located under FOR COMPETITOR link. All official 2k events as this regatta serve as qualifying races for the CRASH-B World Indoor Rowing Championships held in Boston, MA on Sunday, February 28, 2016.


    Basketball

    All athletes: Arrive 30 minutes prior to game time.  Athletic Grade Sheets, completely filled/signed, can be turned in during your practice.

    GAME TIMES FOR SATURDAY

    Varsity Girls Basketball:  January 23, 2015

    WMS vs. McClure at Nathan Hale at 11:30 a.m.

    Varsity Boys Basketball:  January 23, 2015

    WMS vs. McClure at Nathan Hale at 11:30 a.m.

    Jr. Varsity Girls Basketball:  January 23, 2015

    WMS vs. McClure at Jane Addams at 11:00 a.m.

    Jr. Varsity Boys Basketball:  January 23, 2015

    WMS vs. McClure at Jane Addams at 11:00 a.m.


    Lunch Menu

    Pricing Students- $3.25/ Adults- $4.75/ Reduced Lunch No charge Pricing

    MONDAY Jan. 18
    Main
    Holiday

    TUESDAY Jan. 19
    Main
    General Tso’s Chix w/ Rice or Noodles

    WEDNESDAY Jan. 20
    Main
    Pasta w/ marinara and Meatballs, Focaccia Bread

    THURSDAY Jan. 21
    Main
    BBQ Chix Sandwich w/ Coleslaw

    FRIDAY Jan. 22
    CHEF’S CHOICE