We are nearing the end of another school year. Your 8th grade student should now be registered for high school of their choice. Sixth and seventh graders are gearing up for the next grade level and we are currently working on their schedules as well. Please help your student have a strong end to their year by encouraging them to keep up with their work and follow the plan agreed upon at conferences. Our after school homework center is a great resource for students who may have trouble completing their work at home. Please call us if you would like more information about this program.

The week of April 18th-April 22nd is designated to celebrate and honor our school secretaries. Our secretaries are relied upon to make a welcoming first contact when you arrive at our school. They strive to provide β€œheroic” service to all our school visitors. Wilson proudly honors and appreciates our secretaries Mrs. Espinoza, Ms. Garcia, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Rankin, Mrs. Thorn-Heang. These ladies are truly our heroes in the front office. Help us celebrate them the next time you are in our school.

πŸ“† Important Dates

  • 4/2-4/8:Spring Break/No School
  • 4/11: Classes Resume
  • 4/18-4/22: Secretaries Week


Mark your calendars! Registration for classes for the next school year, 2022-2023, will begin on April 18th!


Registration will be open on FamilyID from March 14th - April 15th.

You must have a valid sports physical on file to participate. Spring sports take place April 11th - June 3rd.

Spring sports are: Baseball, Track and Girls Soccer.



6th Grade Life Science is very excited about spring time. Having completed the first three kingdoms this year, and a unit on ecosystems, we will be diving into the plant kingdom. We will be learning about plant processes like photosynthesis, transpiration, and respiration. We are excited to do fun labs both in class and outside in our garden center. Students are excited to grow many things this year and we are too. Along with our flower dissection, we will be learning about reproduction and the life cycles of many different types of plants.

Science Rocks!



Many students still have books out from the past two years that we haven't assigned fines for yet in the Skyward system. Once fines are set, they must be paid before student records can be released to other schools or for seniors to participate in graduation. Please have your children check on the books they have borrowed in their library Destiny accounts. They can log in from home with their @ysd7 usernames and passwords just like all of their other class information and email. If books are found and returned, you can avoid having to have a fine in Skyward. All of our YSD schools will accept a GOOD, USED COPY OF THE SAME TITLE of a lost book rather than paying the cost to buy a new copy. That saves YOU money, and the library gets the book back for others to read. We call that a WIN-WIN situation for everyone!


HOMEWORK CENTER: Meets after school Tuesday, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2:30 to 3:30 PM. We provide students with a snack, have tutors available, and any other supplies they need like paper, pencils, markers, rulers, and calculators. We keep attendance when students arrive and when they leave. Please call Mrs. Madrinich at 573-2422 for more information or if you want to check if your children are attending regularly.

MAKERSPACE: Meets in the library after school on Fridays from 2:30 to 3:30 PM. Students attending can explore a variety of arts and crafts like knitting, crocheting, drawing, clay sculpting, painting, a variety of games, and even an electronic piano keyboard! We will keep attendance and you can call Mrs. Madrinich at 573-2422 if you want to check on whether your child is with us. We would love if any adult with a skill or craft they would like to share could come and help us learn what you know. You will need to complete a volunteer form in the office, so please contact Mrs. Madrinich at 573-2422 or leave a message if you are interested in helping out.



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Yakima School District does not discriminate in any programs or activities on the basis of sex, race, creed, religion, color, national origin, age, veteran or military status, sexual orientation, gender expression or identity, disability, or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following employees have been designated to handle questions and complaints of alleged discrimination:

Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator (Students): Title IX – Dr. Robert Darling, Deputy Superintendent, 104 N. 4th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902, (509) 573-7003, darling.robert@ysd7.org;

Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator (Students): ADA/Section 504 – Omar Santoy, Director of Student Services, 104 N. 4th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902, (509) 573-7221, santoy.omar@ysd7.org;

Civil Rights Compliance Coordinator (Non-Students): Title IX/ADA – Robert Noe, Chief Legal Counsel, 104 N. 4th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902, (509) 573-7039, nondiscrimination@ysd7.org.

Individuals with disabilities who require assistance or special arrangements to attend a program or activity sponsored by the Yakima School District should contact one of the ADA Coordinators 24 hours in advance of the event to inquire about reasonable accommodation. Deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, and/or speech impaired individuals may access Washington Relay Services by calling 7-1-1- or 1-800-833-6388.