September 20 - 24, 2021
2021-2022 W. G. Sanders Middle School Theme
Tigers Leading the Way to a Sustainable Future
Unleashing the Art Leadership Voice in our Tigers
Mi'Kiya Singleton is a 7th grader who is sharing her voice through art. Mi'Kiya is preparing to host a 2nd semester club where she and other creative students will design and create a legacy art project as a gift to the school. They will present their project ideas as a means of leaving their mark and voice in the memory of WG Sanders Middle School.
Unleashing the Vocal Leadership Voice in our Tigers
Michael Kawooya Performs for Vanessa Williams
Our very own talented Mr. Michael Kawooya, 8th Grader, performed for The Legendary Vanessa Williams on Thursday, September 9, 2021, during The Auntie Karen Foundation Master Class Presentation. Michael was selected as the only Richland One middle school performer for this event which hosted Mrs. Williams, one of the most respected and multi-faceted performers in the entertainment industry today.
Unleashing the Entrepreneurship Voice in Our Tigers
Serenity Anderson is a 6th grader who is already leading with a voice in the business community. She established Stopn' Chopn' LLC Lemonade & Treats back in 2018 and has served as the CEO of this successful enterprise ever since. You will hear more from her as she works to plan our first Flipped Virtual Career Day. Our students and staff will share their careers with the community.
Stopn' Chopn' LLC
Lemonade & Treats
Contact the adults listed in order to make arrangements for purchases.
Talk to Students about Social Media TikTok Challenge
Likely you have seen the TikTok Challenge where middle and high school students are challenged to steal or destroy items in the restrooms. Please remind your children of your expectations for school, respect, citizenship, self-discipline, and responsibility.
We are doing the same as we remind students to show high regard for people and self, to work well with others to accomplish a common goal, to actively engage in demonstrating pride and responsibility in self, school, community and country, and to demonstrate the ability to control oneself in all situations.
Thursday, Sep. 23rd, 5:30pm
This is an online event.
VIRTUAL Open House 2021
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
A flyer with Zoom links and grade level times will be shared this week.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month: October 2021
2021 International Day of Peace Theme: Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world
Each year, the United Nations General Assembly observes the International Day of Peace on September 21. The purpose of the day is to provide a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to peace.
This year's International Day of Peace theme is "Recovering better for an equitable and sustainable world" with a focus on healing from the COVID-19 pandemic. Many activities have been shared with our teachers as support in helping our students think creatively and collectively about transforming our world to one that is equitable, more just, inclusive, sustainable, and healthier.
More Upcoming Dates
- September 20th - 24th: Student ID Pictures/Volleyball Game vs Crayton Middle
- September 22nd: Football Game vs Hopkins Middle/Volleyball vs St. Andrews Middle
- September 24th: Early Dismissal Day (12 noon)
- October 25th: Picture Day