WMS 8th graders loaded on buses for the Intrust Bank Arena Wednesday morning, to watch the first round practices for the NCAA March Madness Tournament which commences on Thursday, March 15th in Wichita and many other locales nation-wide!
The 7th grade basketball team is selling WELLINGTON BASKETBALL gear to help fund a trip in January. The KNIGHTS will be traveling to watch a college game and learn about basketball at the next level. All of the clothing on the site below will say "Wellington Basketball" (FONT will be similar to "DUKES" font below) rather than Knights or Crusaders or Dukes. The team wants you to be able to wear any of the items to all events. Everything will be screen printed EXCEPT for polo shirts - those will be embroidered.
This is a picture of 3rd Hour Child Development class at WMS instructed by Vicki Hillhouse. Students shown are participating in the Flour Baby Project. They have been made to understand this is just a small simulation of actual caregiving/parenting.
Mrs. Traci Smith's 4th Hour Native American History students at Wellington Middle School have been busy painting pictographs on "buffalo hides". They have also been constructing tipis (teepees) - a very hands on and creative activity for the Knights!
Mrs. DeJarnett's 7th Grade English classes did presentations this week on GREEK MYTHOLOGY. Part of the presentations included "dressing the part"!
Check out some of their works (and looks!)
Pictured Above - KASIAH RICHMOND & JENSEN LYNNES
Looks like the new track behind WMS is nearer to completion...the latest layer (which appears to be the last) has been applied and looks awesome...markings will be applied at some point in the near future and there ya go...a track that will be safe and functional for many years to come.
WMS 7th grade students in Mrs. Hillhouse's Basic Sewing class have finished their first sewing project - 9 Patch Pillows! Students learn how to use the sewing machine and then use newly learned skills to create their own pillows! From left to right are: Alexis Hearlson, Crosby Fairbanks, and Nikki Peninger.
HAPPY THANKSGIVING from many of your area schools! The WMS Leadership Group dropped off "3" truckloads of food and $590 cash Monday morning at the Wellington Food Bank! Eisenhower contributed over 2,200 canned items and the WHS Leadership Group - over 1,300 lbs of food!
CHROMEBOOK 101 for parents and guardians of incoming WMS 6th graders took place on August 7th. There were "2" informational sessions, one at NOON and the other at 6:30PM @ Wellington Middle School.
Each session coveredr:
*A review of Wellington Middle School Chromebook policies and expectations
*How to "be present" in their digital world
*Tips for monitoring student use of the device