Wilson MS Student Bulletin

Updated: Week of January 11-15, 2021

Wilson Knights!

Keep reading to learn more about what's going on this week!

Remember to check out Tutor.com/wilson to provide free tutoring services to students. Scroll down to learn more.

This Week's Schedule - Updated

Monday - ODD, Periods 0, 1, 3, 5

Tuesday - EVEN, Periods 0, 2, 4, 6

Wednesday - Minimum Day-ODD Periods 1, 3, 5

Thursday - ODD, Periods 0, 1, 3, 5

Friday - EVEN Periods 0, 2, 4, 6

Morning Call

As a part of a long standing Wilson Middle School tradition, our music students perform "Morning Call," every morning in the Four Corners, which is the main hallway of our 1000 Building. This year's Morning Call is the Star Wars theme based on our quote for this year: May the force be with you!

Check out our music students performing Morning Call!

Morning Call - Advanced Strings

Star Wars Advanced Strings 2020

Morning Call - Wind Ensemble

Star Wars Wind Ensemble 2020

Martin Luther King Junior's Birthday Holiday

There will be no school on Monday, January 18th in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday. Enjoy your 3 day weekend!

ICYMI - Glendale High School's Roadshow

GHS Roadshow 2020 2021


6th,7th,and 8th grade GATE students, if you are interested in being part of this year's Virtual Invention Convention to be held on February 12 at 4 pm, please Email Ms. Simonyan at HSimonyan@gusd.net. Invention Convention is an exciting event which will allow you to display your inventiveness as you follow a step-by-step process to invent a new product or develop a new method of doing something.

Your invention submission will be a Google Slide presentation and you will need to turn in the submission (one per invention) through the Google Classroom no later than February 5th, at 4pm. Additionally, students can choose to do an optional 30-second Flipgrid video. This will not be counted by the judges. This is an extra piece, if you choose to do so.

Stay tuned!!! More information to follow!!!!


All GUSD middle school students will have the opportunity to discover career and college paths of interest. Students will be guided in exploring various career and college options with their middle school counselors!

There will be:

• Presentations From Industry Experts

• College/Career Highlights & Tips

• Exploring University Options

• Xello(Online Career Tool)

• Trade & Technical School Exploration

• Community College Opportunities

To register, click the link below:


Dates and times will be provided after registration.

Club Schedule

Click here to view the schedule of when clubs meet and who the advisors are. or check the schedule below:


  • Armenian Club (12:00-12:25)
  • Song and Spoken Word (12:00-12:25)*
  • Dance Club (12:15-12:45)


  • Debate Club (12:00-12:25)*
  • Wilson Green Knights (12:00-12:25)


  • WE/CJSF (12:30-12:55)**
  • MESA (12:30-12:55)**


  • Anti-Bullying Club (12:00-12:25)*
  • Best Buddies (12:00-12:25)
  • Crochet Club (2:20-2:55)*
  • eSports (3:00-5:00)
  • Sneaker Club (12:00-12:25)**


  • ABCD (12:00-12:25)
  • Car Club (2:45-3:45)

* Meets every other week

**Meets once per month

If you didn't sign up for a club during Club Rush, it's not too late! You can join a club any time by emailing the club advisor.

Remote Library Book Check Out Now Available!

You can now check out books from the Wilson Library online and pick them up at school!

1. Visit destiny.gusd.net to view available books

a. Select Wilson.

b. Select Catalog to look for a certain book or

c. Select Destiny Discover to browse titles

2. Complete this google form with your library book selections by 3 PM on Mondays.

3. You will receive a confirmation email on Tuesday that your books are ready for pick up.

4. Pick up books in front of the library Wednesdays between 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Books are checked out for one month.

We will also have free books for you to take when you pick up your library books! Free books are always available to you in the foyer of the school.

Questions? Need to renew? Email Ms. Schiro at lschiro@gusd.net

Office Hours

Need help? Have an important question for your teacher?...Visit Office Hours! Don't forget that your teachers are available for extra help or questions every Wednesday morning from 8:00 to 8:50. Ask your teacher about how to join office hours.

Do you need help? Go to: Tutor.com/wilson

Tutor.com/wilson will provide free tutoring for all Wilson students.

Go to tutor.com/wilson to log on.

Every Tutor.com session is personalized to meet the needs of the student, from remedial to advanced levels. It focuses on conceptual learning and critical thinking—not just quick answers.

Wherever students have online access, they can connect to a tutor using any computer or mobile device. Tutors assist students with specific homework problems but can also help with concept review, writing assignments, test prep, and more.

Go to: tutor.com/wilson

Username: student email

Password: 6-digit ID number.

Good Knight Tickets

Get ready to earn Good Knight Tickets for being kind, responsible, and reflective. Check out the PBIS Reward link on your Clever account. More information will be shared soon. You can redeem tickets for fun prizes!

Question of the Week

Question of the Week: While at school, we had a daily question of the day in the morning announcements. Since we are now in remote learning, we will have a weekly Question of the Day in the Sunday night call/email. Students/families can submit an answer. A correct response will be randomly selected and the winner will be announced in the following Sunday callout/email. By submitting a response, you are agreeing to having your name announced in the schoolwide call out/email.

Last week’s Question of the Week: In the movie, Elf, Buddy the Elf claims that the best way to spread holiday cheer is to...? The answer: The best way to spread holiday cheer is to sing loud for all to hear!

Congratulations to Christopher Shahmoradian a 7th grader from Ms. Barsegyan's 2nd period homeroom class for correctly answering the question.

This week's Question of the Week: In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King, this week’s question will reflect on Dr. King’s life:

Where was Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. born?

Click here to answer:

Do you need to talk to your counselors, assistant principals, or principal?

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