Wilson MS Student Bulletin

Week of October 24th, 2022

This Week's Schedule

Please plan to arrive no earlier than 8:10am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Plan to arrive no earlier than 9:10am on Wednesdays.

This week's schedule:

Monday: School starts at 8:30am - Periods 1, 2, 4, 6

Tuesday: School starts at 8:30am - Periods 1, 3, 5, 7

Wednesday: Block Schedule! School starts at 9:28am - Periods 1, 3, 5, 7

Thursday: School starts at 8:30am - Periods 1, 2, 4, 6

Friday: No School for Students!

Be sure to follow us on Instagram @WMSKnights

Have a great week!

Question of the Day Winners for Last Week!

Congratulations to Mrs. Andranian's class for being the Question of the Day winners for this week! Keep answering those questions and your homeroom could be next!
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It's Red Ribbon Week! Let's show our spirit!

It's Red Ribbon Week! Let's show our spirit!

Red Ribbon Week is when we confirm that we will always stay drug free! Each day of Red Ribbon Week we will show our spirit and commitment to remain drug free with a different activity each day.

Monday-Drugs are a Red Flag!-Wear Red

Tuesday-Encourage others to be drug free-Twin Day

Wednesday-Team up against Drugs!-Wear a Jersey

Thursday-Too Cool for Drugs!-Wear a hat and/or sunglasses

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Halloween is Monday, October 31st!

We love Halloween at Wilson! On Monday, October 31st you may wear a costume to school. However, there are a few guidelines:

  1. Students may wear facial makeup. Make-up needs to be applied before coming to school and should not cover the entire face or make it difficult to recognize the student.
  2. Costumes should be appropriate and not depict gangs, horror characters, or inappropriate individuals/topics.
  3. Costumes may NOT include any weapons. Students may not bring props that replicate guns, knives, or weapons of any kind.
  4. Shoes must be safe. (Regular dress code applies: no flip flops, slippers, open toed, or high heels).
  5. Students may not wear masks that cover their face. Masks may be brought to school and worn on top of the student’s head, but not covering their face. (There will be a “best mask” category during the PE costume contest.
  6. Costumes should not affect the instructional day. If your costume will make it difficult for you to sit in class, please be sure to be able to remove the costume during class time.

For full guidelines, click here.

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Make up Picture day-October 27th!

If you missed picture day last month or your picture didn't come out the way you wanted it, Thursday October 27th is your second chance. Make-up pictures will be taken in the auditorium lobby. Click here for an order form. If you are doing a retake, bring the old pictures with you to return to the photo company. 6th graders will take pictures during 1st period, 7th graders will take pictures during 2nd period, and 8th graders will take pictures during 4th period. The picture company will be here during snack as well.
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Our first concert of the year!

Wilson Music Presents the Fall Music Concert, our first concert of the year, THIS upcoming Wednesday, October 26th, at 6:00 PM. The concert will feature: Advanced String Orchestra, Choir, Drumline, & Wind Ensemble. Tickets are available for $3 each if you pre-order by Tuesday, October 25th. Otherwise, tickets are $5 at the Auditorium Door the night of the concert (cash or check only). Come support and enjoy a night of great music!
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Free Tutoring

Come and get help with school work from a talented high school student who used to be a Wilson student. He will be here to help on Monday-Thursday from 4:15-5:00 in Ms. Wilson's room, 1222.
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Onigiri Action!

This month the students of the Japanese Class have been participating in "Onigiri Action" - a one-month event (-11/6) in which many schools and individuals in the U.S. and participate by posting photos of Onigiri (rice ball in Japanese), Onigiri crafts, or Onigiri hand signs on the Onigiri Action website and social media with #OnigiriAction. Each post will provide 5 school meals for children in need. Here is the information on how to participate. Please join the Wilson Japanese class in changing the world!!

Clubs are Meeting!

Clubs have officially begun to meet! Click here for the Club Calendar and listen to announcements during KORT!


  • Game club-Lunch, room 1114

  • 3-D printing Club-Lunch, room 3105

  • Fashion Club-Lunch, room 2202

  • Chess Club-Lunch, room 1230


  • Cooking Club-Lunch, room 1222

  • Green Knight-Lunch, room 2109

  • WE/CJSF-Lunch, room 3105


  • Drama Club-Lunch, room 4101

  • Sew Crafty Club-Lunch, room 1107

  • Web Development Club-Lunch, room 3105

  • Lego Knights Club-Lunch, room 1225

  • Wilson Writing Club-Lunch,Library


  • Armenian Club-Lunch, room 2206

  • ABCD Club-Lunch, room 2203

  • Rubik’s Cube Club-Lunch, room 1208

  • Swifties United-Lunch, room 4104


  • eSports-Lunch, room 3105

  • MESA-Lunch, room 1235

  • Stranger Things Club-Lunch, room 1222

  • LatinX Club-Lunch, room 2111

  • Space Club-Lunch or 8:00, room 1230

  • Tropical Club-Lunch, room 2113

Sports Update

Congratulations to our basketball and soccer teams for games well played last Thursday and to our cheerleaders and mascot for bringing the spirit!

Our next game is this Thursday against Roosevelt at Roosevelt. Please remember that Wilson students are not allowed to attend away games unless you are with your parent to watch a sibling compete. However, be sure to wish our athletes good luck!

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.

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Digital Citizenship Tip of the Week!

Before posting on social media ask yourself if would you say it in real life, If the answer’s no, don’t post it online. And if you wouldn’t want it said about you, Don’t post it about someone else, that’s the golden rule.

Chromebook Tip of the Week!

Chromebooks must remain free of any writing, drawing, stickers, or labels. You may only have a small piece of painter tape with your first and last name written on it. If you need a piece of painter's tape, ask your history teacher or stop by the library.

Visit the Wilson Student Help Corner Website where you can find video tutorials answering your frequently asked questions about apps used in your classrooms. We also have tutorials in Armenian and Spanish.

Google Slides Tutorial (Armenian)

Google Classroom Tutorial (Armenian)

Google Docs Tutorial (Armenian)

Google Slides Tutorial (Spanish)

Google Classroom Tutorial (Spanish)

Google Docs Tutorial (Spanish)


Lunchtivities continue this week and will take place on Tuesday! Come to the gauntlet and have some fun!

Expectations for success

There are a few important rules we would like you to always remember:

Be Safe!

  • Don't walk through the staff parking lot
  • Stay in the designated areas (Gauntlet, Tripidome, lunch benches, field) during snack and lunch
  • Wash your hands frequently and/or use hand sanitizer
  • Follow directions
  • Stay home if you're sick
  • Bring your own water bottle

Good Attendance!

  • Be at school every day
  • Be on time
  • Call the office if you are absent
  • Bring your Chromebook fully charged and in its case

Cell Phones!

  • Phones are Silent and put away on campus
  • If we see it, it will be confiscated!

Keep Wilson Clean!

  • Put your trash in the garbage can
  • Keep food outside
  • Keep our bathrooms clean

Dress Appropriately!

  • Shorts/Skirts must be mid-thigh length
  • Hats/hoods outside only
  • No excessively ripped jeans
  • Stomach, back and underwear shouldn't show
  • Closed toe and closed heel shoes only-NO SANDALS OR CROCS!

If you see something, say something!

Morning Call!

Every morning our amazing school band plays our morning call! This year our song was written by our very own Mr. Graziani, based on the famous quote by Mark Twain. Below are the lyrics for this amazing song and we would love for you to join us in singing during first period.

It’s Never Wrong To Do the Right Thing

It’s Never Wrong

to do the right thing

And every morning

we’re gonna sing.

With love, don’t you know,

You’re gonna reap just what you sow*.

It’s Never Wrong

to do the right thing

*You reap what you sow is a proverb that says future consequences are inevitably shaped by

present actions.

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Lost and Found

Did you lose something? Check the lost and found first. Lost and found is located right inside the doors of the 1000 building right by the tripidome.

Good Knight Tickets and PBIS Rewards

Your teachers can give you Good Knight Tickets for being kind, responsible, and reflective. Here's how you can use your Good Knight tickets to get prizes:

  • Go to your Clever Account
  • Click on the PBIS App
  • Go to the Wilson School Store
  • Browse the exciting choices and select your item(s)
  • Go to the PBIS/ASB Store at room 2115 (Bottom floor of the 2000 building near the basketball courts) and tell the clerk you ID number to pick up your reward!

Email or see Mrs. Sondergaard if you have any questions. LSondergaard@gusd.net

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

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Wilson Middle School

Be sure to follow us on Instagram!

  • Official IG: @wmsKnights
  • Art: @artwilsonmiddleschool
  • Associated Student Body (ASB): @wilson_asb
  • Cheer: @_wmsheer
  • Culinary Program: @wms.culinary
  • Tech Team: @wilsontechteam