Wilson MS Student Bulletin

Week of February 16-19, 2021

Wilson Knights!

Keep reading to learn more about what's going on this week!

Remember to check out Tutor.com/wilson to provide free tutoring services to students. Scroll down to learn more.

Are you in a club? Be sure to check out our club meeting schedule and join a club!

This Week's Schedule - Modified Schedule this Week!

Monday - NO SCHOOL in Honor of George Washington's Birthday/Presidents' Day

Tuesday - EVEN, Periods 0, 2, 4, 6

Wednesday - REGULAR FULL DAY -ODD, Periods 0, 1, 3, 5

Thursday - ODD, Periods 0, 1, 3, 5

Friday - EVEN Periods 0, 2, 4, 6


There is no school on Monday, February 15th in honor of 1st United States President, George Washington's birthday, also known as Presidents' Day. Be sure to check the schedule above so that you attend the correct classes for the week. Please note that Wednesday is a regular full day of school and not a minimum day. Please attend periods 1, 3, and 5.

Registering for Classes 2021-2022

Our counselors, Mr. Marsh and Mr. Castaldo are visiting English classes this month to talk about registration. This year, registration will be completed through a Google Form. Students will receive the link for their Google Form after Mr. Walt/Mr. Castaldo's class visit.

Be sure to review Wilson’s Learning Pathways and read more about each class. Click here to learn more.

Our teachers also created Flipgrid videos about each of their classes. Click here to watch.

You can also watch this video to learn more about Wilson.

Community Service Project-Support the Glendale Humane Society!

The wonderful staff and students of Wilson Middle School are giving back! We are currently collecting supplies to donate to the Glendale Humane Society to support animals that need some love. Here is a wishlist of donation that you can contribute:

➢ paper towels

➢ bath towels liquid laundry detergent

➢ antibacterial soap

➢ garbage bags

➢ toys (dogs and cats)

➢ leashes

➢ collars

➢ dog and cat beds

➢ bowls

➢ crates

➢ dog clothes

Please drop off your donations at Wilson Middle School. Our donation drive will run

through the month of February. You can drop off your donations in front of the school

from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm. There will be boxes in front of the school where you can

drop off your donations.

Click here to hear from students about why you should donate.

Click here to hear from staff about why you should donate.

Glendale Humane Society - Breaking News

It's Black History Month! Enjoy inspirational Speakers!

Glendale Unified School District will host a special webinar series featuring Black and African American leaders who serve their communities in wonderful and different ways. The theme for Black History Month 2021 is The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. We encourage all students to participate in these webinars to learn more and celebrate Black History. Click here to find out how to access these events.

Last Chance!!!! Virtual Yearbook Portraits - deadline extended to February 14th!

Wilson Middle School is working with Walsworth and High5 ID to capture your student yearbook portrait. To successfully capture your portrait please follow the following steps:

1. Using your Chrome or Safari browser, navigate to this link on your computer or mobile device: https://high5.id/p/l3436

2. Enter your 6 digit Student I.D. number
3. Follow the step by step screens to take a good picture.
4. Use the on-screen guides to fit your head into the screen space.
5. Take your picture. Retake if needed until you get the image you want.

If your photo is rejected for quality issues, you may be asked to retake and submit. The deadline to receive all student portraits is now February 14th. This is the absolute deadline!

If you need help please watch the attached video for step-by-step instructions or contact Mr. Galfayan: GGalfayan@gusd.net.

Watch this video to learn how to take your Yearbook picture!

Selfie Portraits process for users

Club Schedule and information

Click here to see descriptions of our various clubs and who to contact to join.

Click here to view the schedule of when clubs meet and who the advisors are or check the schedule below:


  • Armenian Club (12:00-12:25)
  • Song and Spoken Word (12:00-12:25)*
  • Dance Club (12:05-12:45)


  • Debate Club (12:00-12:25)*
  • Wilson Green Knights (12:00-12:25)


  • Car Club (12:30-1:00)*-Class code: 4c2f6kg
  • WE/CJSF (12:30-12:55)**
  • MESA (12:30-12:55)**


  • Anti-Bullying Club (12:00-12:25)*
  • Best Buddies (12:00-12:25)
  • Crochet Club (2:30-2:55)
  • eSports (3:00-5:00)
  • Sneaker Club (12:00-12:25)**


  • ABCD (12:00-12:25)
  • eSports (3:00-5:00)

* Meets every other week

**Meets once per month

If you didn't sign up for a club during Club Rush, it's not too late! You can join a club any time by emailing the club advisor.


Attention 7th Graders!

What is WEB? WEB stands for "Where Everybody Belongs". In this program, soon to be 8th graders are trained to be mentors for incoming 6th and 7th graders. As positive role models, WEB Leaders are student leaders who guide the 6th/7th graders to discover what it takes to be successful during middle school. Do you think you have what it takes to be a WEB Leader? Do you think you would like to mentor other students at Wilson? If that is something you might be interested in or if you have any questions about WEB, please contact Ms. Fink at sfink@gusd.net.

ELPAC Testing is coming on February 22nd!

ELPAC testing will start on Monday, February 22 in all ELD classrooms. All students will need their Verizon chromebooks or District chromebooks for testing.

Directions for Remote Testing for Parents/Guardians and Students here.

Remote Library Book Check Out Available!

Use the Library Check-out with the following procedures:

1. Visit destiny.gusd.net to view available books

a. Select Wilson.

b. Select Catalog to look for a certain book or

c. Select Destiny Discover to browse titles

2. Complete this google form with your library book selections by 3 PM on Mondays.

3. You will receive a confirmation email on Tuesday that your books are ready for pick up.

4. Pick up books in front of the library Wednesdays between 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM. Books are checked out for one month.

We will also have free books for you to take when you pick up your library books! Free books are always available to you in the foyer of the school.

Questions? Need to renew? Email Ms. Schiro at lschiro@gusd.net

Office Hours

Need help? Have an important question for your teacher?...Visit Office Hours! Don't forget that your teachers are available for extra help or questions every Wednesday morning from 8:00 to 8:50. Ask your teacher about how to join office hours.

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.

Good Knight Tickets

Your teachers can give you Good Knight Tickets for being kind, responsible, and reflective. Check out the PBIS Reward link on your Clever account. This is how you log in to redeem your tickets for cool prizes. You can redeem tickets for fun prizes!

Question of the Week

Question of the Week: While at school, we had a daily question of the day in the morning announcements. Since we are now in remote learning, we will have a weekly Question of the Day in the Sunday night call/email. Students/families can submit an answer. A correct response will be randomly selected and the winner will be announced in the following Sunday callout/email. By submitting a response, you are agreeing to having your name announced in the schoolwide call out/email.

Last week’s Question of the Week: In honor of Black History month, our questions for the month, will highlight Black History Month: When and where did Dr. King deliver his “I Have a Dream” speech?

The answer: "I Have a Dream" is a public speech that was delivered by Dr. King during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963, in which he called for civil and economic rights and an end to racism in the United States.

Congratulations to Phillip Sahakian an 8th grader from Ms. Jackson's

2nd period homeroom class for correctly answering the question.

This week's Question of the Week: In honor of Black History month, our questions for the month, will highlight Black History Month:

Who coordinated the Underground Railroad?

Click here to answer:

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

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