Wolverine Weekly

Sunday, September 27

New Schedule!

Greetings WMS Families!

I hope this email finds you winding down from a restful weekend with your family and friends. Please be reminded that this is a 3-day weekend! Monday, September 28, is a student holiday! When we return on September 29, all middle school students will follow a new schedule. This new schedule is a division initiative to help students achieve balance with independent assignments and to reduce screen time. Please continue providing feedback to me and the division. We are here to serve your family!

Wishing you a great week 4 of learning as we say hello to October!

~Mrs. Broudy

Friday, October 2 is SWAGG Day!

Please speak with your Scholar about his/her DOJO points!

Clubs and Activities!

Great news, Wolverines! We are now offering close to 20 different clubs and activities for your Scholar to explore interests, make new friends, and grow as leaders! Enrollment is FREE and open to all students! Explore all that our CLC has to offer and sign up for this awesome opportunity! Programming starts October 5!

Happy National Hispanic Heritage Month!

Happy Hispanic Heritage Month which began on September 15th and concludes on October 15th! This year’s theme is “Hispanic Americans: A History of Serving our Nation.” During this month, we honor and recognize the important contributions and influence of Hispanic Americans in history, culture, and achievements in the United States and all over the world. Since Wilder is preparing scholars to be global citizens, many students are enrolled in Spanish so that they can become fluent in speaking and writing the language. Our school will honor Hispanic Heritage Month with a variety of salutes on the morning announcements, through activities planned by the Equity and Diversity Team, and in instructional activities in the Social Studies classrooms. At Wilder, we celebrate all cultures’ similarities and honor diversity!


Hello Wolverine Family!

We hope that you all are well and miss seeing you all! We also hope that you and your scholars are settling into a new rhythm with virtual learning.

While we can’t do anything in the way of events and in-person support for Wilder, we are brainstorming how we can best serve our Wilder community at this time.

We also are prepping and working hard to ensure we are in good standing as a PTA so when in-person learning begins again we can hit the ground running. There are few things we need to accomplish to be ready:

  • A Membership – Join us so that we can vote and conduct business and continue to support our scholars - Click here to join. https://wilderptsa.org/get-involved/#join
  • Complete our financial review and have membership vote to approve
  • Propose a budget and have membership vote to approve
  • Nominations and Elections – please email board@wilderptsa.org if you are interested in joining the board

National PTA Reflections for the Arts 2020-21 info is now available and open for submissions. Click this link for more info. https://wilderptsa.org/2020-21-reflections-for-the-arts/

We look forward to seeing you all in-person soon and hope to see you sooner virtually. We will be posting dates for our upcoming general membership meetings soon.

In support of Wilder and our scholars,

Jason Pascale, Wilder PTSA President

Microsoft Teams Avatar

While turning on cameras during direct instruction is preferred, this is not mandatory. If your student is not comfortable turning the camera on, then we would love for our students to add their picture to their profile on Microsoft Teams. This will help us to build relationships and connect names to faces!
Wilder Week at a Glance Agendas

Click here for Week 4 Lesson Plans!

One Team. One Vision. #WilderWay


Mission: Our team is committed to serving all scholars by providing them with a safe educational experience focused on deeper learning, celebrating diversity, and fostering leadership.

Vision: We will empower students to reach their full potential by promoting rigorous academic expectations, preparing students to be leaders in the community, nurturing positive relationships, and ensuring the learning and skill development necessary for high student achievement.