WBMS Friday Notes
Reflections from Ms. Perkins
WBMS Parents and Guardians –
Last Friday Night’s Talent Show was beyond amazing! Dancers, Singers, Rock Bands, Pianist, Comedians – WBMS is filled with incredibly brave and talented students and watching them share their gifts was joyous! This week our 8th grade band earned the honor to perform at the Southeastern Regional Concert Festival, giving them the distinction as one of the top secondary (middle/high school) bands in the Southeastern United States. I was thrilled to be included and was beaming with pride as they played a variety of challenging pieces!
We ended the week with yet another incredible event! WBMS is one of two middle schools in the state that was asked to participate in the inaugural Georgia Chief Science Officer initiative, and our two student Science Officers, with guidance from our staff, planned our first ever STEAM day. Close to 50 individuals or groups participated, and our 6th graders had the opportunity to learn from experts in the field and participate in hands on learning. Watching the vision of two students positively impact our learning community was the perfect way to end the week!
Spring Break is here and I hope that whatever you do, you enjoy your time together as a family! Be safe, Jaguars!
In collaboration -
Rebecca Williams Perkins
Principal, Webb Bridge Middle School
Dates To Remember
Apr 1-5- Spring Break
April 15-23- 8th Grade Milestones Testing
April 24-26- ELA EOC Testing
April 26- Wacky Webb Day
May 5-10- 6th and 7th Grade Milestones Testing
May 20 – 7th Webb Hero Day/Device Collection-6th grade
May 21 – 8th Webb Hero Day/Device Collection- 7th grade
May 22 – 6th Webb Hero Day/Device Collection- 8th grade
May 22- 8th grade Bridging Ceremony
May 23 – Last Day of School.
*Next year’s RFF days - September 3, November 4, February 14, March 16
2019 Testing Schedule
Volunteers Needed ! 7th Grade JA Trip
We need lots of volunteers that day. Thank you.
Relay for Life
Relay for Life activity is still going strong at WBMS as our students and staff continue to purchase luminarias, donate to our Webb Way for a Cure team, and spend time having fun playing Quizlet Live and Bingo on two mornings this week. Our hallway display of Relay feet demonstrates our current total for the team at $3,700.95!
If you would like to dedicate a bag In Memory of, In Support of, or In Honor of someone who has been touched by cancer, access our team website at: https://tinyurl.com/WebbWayForACure. The cost of the bag is $10 each with proceeds going to the American Cancer Society. You may also use the same link if you would like to support the team with a donation.
Wacky Webb Day- April 26th
Mrs. Julane Fisher, who spoke with all 6th grade ELA classes last semester about her first book and the writing process invites all WBMS students and families to attend the launch of her second book, Sour Lemon Strikes Out. Both books will be for sale and she will sign the books at both book store events. (Attached promotion info.)
Autism Speaks Walk
April is ALMOST here, and that means its time to “Light it up Blue” and rally our support for autism awareness here in Fulton County. On 28 April, there will be walk in midtown Atlanta- we’d love for you to consider joining the Webb Bridge Builders team. This year, we will be walking with the AHS Raiders team as we show our support through walking and raising funds for autism education, research and advocacy. We need your help spreading the word about this great event!
We will have a brief informational meeting for anyone interested in joining the WBMS team or finding out how you can help on Monday, 25th March at 8:10 am in Jennifer Ward’s room, 819. Questions? Please stop by or email Jennifer at email@example.com.
(Link to team fundraising page) http://act.autismspeaks.org/goto/WBB
(Link to incentives/prizes) http://act.autismspeaks.org/site/DocServer/Walk_Incentives_Flyer_2019.pdf?docID=1901
Attention all PARENTS! Don’t forget to order your student’s 2018-2019 yearbook! You can buy it at https://tinyurl.com/y3mjdbgd
Next Art Club meeting is April 25th at 7:45 a.m. in Ms. Miller’s room. T-shirts are in and look awesome! Please pay membership dues at below link and text parent sponsor Julia Williams (404-357-7563) with size Adult S or M.
Please continue to take your selfies in front of Art Club’s fun LoveWall and send to #WBMSLoveWall.
Congratulations to Jr. Beta members: Zoe Craven, Maya Craven, Sarah Rambhatla, Nicole Chavez, and Marisa Chavez for winning "Lead out the box" and "Rapid Response" challenges at the Beta Leadership Summit in Jekyll Island. These ladies have qualified for the National Convention in Oklahoma City!
Our next FBLA general meeting will be held on Friday, April 12 in the Media Center at 7:50 a.m. Our agenda includes luminaria preparations for our Relay for Life team “Webb Way for a Cure” as well as discussion on next year’s leadership team application process.
FBLA continues to spearhead our Relay for Life luminaria sales. If you are interested in dedicating a luminaria In Honor of, In Memory of, or In Support of a friend or family member who has been touched by cancer, please access our team’s website at https://tinyurl.com/WebbWayForACure or ask an FBLA member for a luminaria form. FBLA will again sponsor Quizlet Live on Wednesday, April 10th at 7:50 in Room 120, and Morning Bingo at 7:50 a.m. in the Media Center. Each session is a $1 donation toward our Relay for Life team effort to raise funds for the American Cancer Society. We hope all WBMS students can join us for the fun!
AHS Players Camp- May 28-31 & July 29-Aug 1
Alpharetta High School Girls Jr. Raider Volleyball Summer Camp
Alpharetta High School Girls Jr. Raider Volleyball Summer Camp
Our Volleyball Jr. Raider summer camp for grades 2nd-6th and 7th-9th will be held June 10-12, 2019. This camp is so much fun for those interested in playing volleyball and is run by our AHS Varsity head coach! For more information and to register, visit:
Ga Tech WIE Tec Camp- June 10-14
Hangin At the Y!
Register now for upcoming Building Character Acting classes. Improv is the main focus this session! Check out more information at www.buildingcharacter.org Classes run from Feb 21st –May 16th 4:15-5:45. Come join the fun!
Please Support Our Business Partners!!
Meetings and Public Comment
Webb Bridge’s School Governance Council meets in the morning one Friday each month in @ 7:30 in the PLR room.
Our next SGC meeting is scheduled for Friday, April 12 at 7:30am in the PLR Room. Public comments are welcome at 7:35 am or via the Virtual Comment link below.
Volunteers are needed
Volunteers are needed to staff the school store Monday through Friday from 8:15-8:50 a.m. Click here, School Store Sign Up, to choose a day that works for you.
Thank you for all of your support!
If you would like to donate to the PTA and help us reach our goal, Please click here wbmspta.org.
All donations are tax deductible.
Thank you for your support!
2018-2019 Community Balance
We want to create a community filled with more balanced lives. On these nights there will not be any homework assigned, and no assessments will occur the next day.
August – 15th
October – 25th
November – 7th
December – 5th
January – 16th
February – 13th
March – 6th
April – 18th
May – 8th