Student News

Abbreviated Edition


Because of the short week, we've decided to do a shortened version of our weekly news this week. Check out our highlights from recent school events below.

Have a video or picture you want to send us? Email to Mrs. Doole at the email below. We looooove to see what everyone is up to.

Have a YouTube channel? We'd love to include it here. Send the link to Mrs. Doole at the email below and she'll take a look.

If you would like to write for the newsletter but cannot make it after school you can still help out. Send an email to Mrs Doole at: or come up and see her in room 228.

8th Grade Memories

Aiyana Heng, an 8th grader and Student Newsletter extraordinaire wanted to do something special for our 8th graders. As they have worked and continue to work so hard before entering high school, she wanted to capture the final year in middle school - their final year at the Wang. Below is a link to the slide show she has created which includes pictures and videos of our most senior peers. Each week, Aiyana will update the slides with more pictures and videos so check back every week.

Student Spotliglht

Gracey Larose

This week's Student Spotlight is Gracey Larose! Gracie is in 7th grade. Let's get to learn a bit more about her:

Least favorite school subject?




Favorite animal?


Favorite after school club or sport?

Arts Alike club

Favorite app?


Favorite fall activity?

Eating and sleeping

What grade are you in ?


Do you have any hobbies? If so, what?


Each week we'll take your suggestions and read through your responses. We'll choose one student and highlight them with a picture and an interview. Click the button below to recommend a peer. We're looking for someone who has done something that kids want to read about. Did they do great at a game over the weekend? Did they help someone in school with something? What makes them amazing? It doesn't have to be school related...we want to know!

Student Polls

Results collected by Aiyana Heng

Questions and riddle by Gracey Larose

Last week, we asked the students if they wore a costume to school. A whopping 76% of you said, yes. That's a lot of costumes.

We also asked about the bathrooms. We wanted to know what you thought about the cleanliness and the responses blew us away. Turns out our bathrooms are a bit more messy than they should be and we're not surprised. How messy? Messy enough that we should work together to keep them clean and decluttered.

Newsletter wants to know about what you think about the questions in the poll. Click the button below to learn more about who we go to school with.

Music Review by Michael Ortiz

Simple by Florida Georgia Line

For the students, music I´ll be reviewing is Simple by Georgia Line and this was suggested by Caraghlan. This song has kind of a slow and smooth toune to it and it's not like any song that I have reviewed and the song is a song that I wouldn't listen to often. This would be just like a once and a blue moon type of thing but if you want to listen you can. but anyway next week the same thing.

Have a song you want reviewed? Click the button below and let Michael know.

Florida Georgia Line - Simple (Official Audio)

Recipes by Amy

Mushroom Pork Chops

by Amy Maldonado


4 Pork Chops

Salt And Ground Black Pepper To Taste

1 Pinch Garlic Salt,Or To Taste

½ Pound Fresh Mushrooms,Sliced

1 Onion,Chopped

1 (10.75 Ounce)Can Condensed Cream Of Mushroom Soup

The Cooking Steps:

Step 1:Season Pork Chops WIth Salt,Pepper,And Garlic Salt.

Step 2:Brown Chops Over Medium-High Heat In A Large Nonstick Skillet.Add Mushrooms And Onion And Saute For 1 Minute.

Step 3:Pour Soup Over Chops.Cover,Reduce The Heat To Medium-Low,And Simmer Until Chops Are Cooked Through,20 To 30 Minutes.

Banana Cream Pie

This Recipe Was Requested By Michael Ortiz


¾ Cup White Sugar

⅓ Cup All-Purpose Flour

¼ Teaspoon Salt

2 Cups Milk

3 Egg Yolks,Beaten

2 Tablespoons Butter

1 ¼ Teaspoons Vanilla Extract

1 (9 Inch) Baked Pastry Shell,Cooled

4 Bananas Sliced

The Cooking Step:

Step 1:Preheat The Oven To 350 Degrees F (175 Degrees C).

Step 2:Combine,Sugar,Flour,And Salt In A Saucepan.Gradually Stir In Milk.Cook,Stirring Constantly,Over Medium Heat Until Mixture Boils And Thickens.Continue To Cook And Stir For 2 More Minute,Then Remove From The Heat.

Step 3:Place Egg Yolks In A Medium Bowl;Whisk In A Small Amount Of The Hot Milk Mixture Until Smooth,Then Gradually Whisk Egg Yolk Mixture Into The Saucepan.Cook Over Medium-Low Heat,Stirring Constantly,For 2 More Minutes.Remove From Heat And Stir In Butter And Vanilla.

Step 4:Fill Pastry Shell With Sliced Bananas;Pour Pudding Mixture On Top To Cover.

Step 5:Bake In The Preheated Oven Until Filling Sets,12 To 15 Minutes.Chill Pie For 1 Hour Before Serving.

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