WBMS Friday Notes

October 22-26


Reflections from Ms. Perkins

WBMS Parents and Guardians –

We had another big week! Our 8th graders illustrated their knowledge on The IOWA test, our 7th graders geared up for desktop stores with their prototypes, our 6th graders focused on WWII, weathering, book clubs, percents, decimals, and fractions. We honored our School Resource Officer and Bus Drivers as this was their appreciation week, and we showed our support for the fight against breast cancer with a Friday Pink Out. In addition, we kicked off our Book Fair! Our biggest event this week was our annual International Night. Twenty countries were represented by our staff and families in our cafeteria. Tables were piled high with delicious food and cultural presentations. There were traditional games, arts and crafts, and music. Our school was packed with families and community members, and adults and children were dressed in the clothing representing many countries. It was truly a sight to see! Then bagpipes announced the start of a parade; our students carried flags from around the world and marched into the gym followed by the crowd. Our student MCs introduced 15 student groups who showcased cultural performances, and impressed us all with everything from martial arts to dancing to music to Yoyoing! They demonstrated more than talent; they displayed part of their identities, and it was beautiful! So many of our families and staff say this is their favorite night of the year, and I could not agree more! Watching our diverse community unite to celebrate together fills our building with joy.

Rebecca Williams Perkins

Principal, Webb Bridge Middle School

Dates To Remember

Oct 26- Volleyball vs Crabapple @ 5:30pm

Oct 26-Nov 2- WBMS Book Fair

Nov 1- Band Cluster Concert @ AHS 6th and 8th grade Bands

Nov 1- National French Week

Nov 1- Fulton County Youth Orchestra

Nov 2- Volleyball vs. River Trail at WBMS @ 5:30pm

Nov 5,7,12- 6th Grade JA Trip

Nov 6- Teacher Workday-NO SCHOOL FOR STUDENTS

Nov 7- Community Balance Night

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Attention 6th Grade Parents- JA Biztown Field Trip Permission Form

Please find the link below with the information and online permission slip for our 6th Grade field trip to JA BizTown. We are so excited about this opportunity and hope that your child can join us! We must receive this completed online permission slip in order for your child to attend no later than October 26, 2018.


Parents wishing to volunteer as a facilitator on your child's visit, must complete the Fulton County parent volunteer process located at the link below:


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your child's homeroom teacher. We are looking forward to a fantastic learning adventure!

Order your South Georgia Shirt!

Deadline extended to 10/29

This year we will be offering students a South Georgia trip t-shirt. It will be a super soft Bella Canvas t-shirt. We are suggesting that students wear them on the first day of the trip to show our spirit and make our group recognizable as we navigate South Georgia.

Shirts will be $15 and can be ordered via this link: bit.ly/sgtshirt18. Once you complete the information form/order you will be automatically directed to the payment site. A picture of shirt is on the order form.

This will be pre-order only.

Deadline is extended to 10/29.

Contact: consola@fultonschools.org with any questions.

*Picture looks like a coral color, but it's really "heather red"

Attention 7th Grade Parents and Students:

We are going on a field trip to see the Alliance Theater’s production of “A Christmas Carol” on December 12th. Please see the letter for additional details, including the link to register and pay electronically.

8th Grade Trip - Medication Notice

Hello Parents!

We are getting so excited for our annual 8th grade trip!

If your child needs medication, please complete the appropriate Medication Authorization Form. The SHS1 form is to be used if you would like school personnel to carry/store and administer medication to your child- this form can be used for any medication- including rescue, over the counter and prescription medication - any controlled medications – example ADD, psychogenic medications must use this form (students are not allow to carry this type of medication). The SHS2 form is to be used for students who wish to carry either rescue medications (inhaler and/or Epi Pen) or Acetaminophen, Antacids, Aspirin, Cough or throat lozenges, ibuprofen, Midol or Oral Antihistamine. ALL medication must be in the original container with label and not expired accompanied by proper Medication Authorization Form (either SHS1 or SHS2) – signed by physician if prescription -prescription label on the box/bottle MUST match the Medication Authorization Form EXACTLY or we will not be able to accept it.

If your child is prone to motion sickness, please have your child take mediation to counteract this condition prior to departure and tell the chaperone. If they will need this medication for the return trip, you will need to complete a SHS1 Medication Authorization form as stated above.

Please put all medication (in their original container) in a Ziploc bag, along with the proper Medication Authorization Form and turn into Ms. Buxbaum, our clinic assistant by Wednesday October 31st.

If you have any questions, please call Ms. Buxbaum at 470-254-8752 or buxbaumlm@fultonschools.org

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Red Ribbon Week- 10/26- 11/2

The PTA invites you to raise student awareness about drugs & alcohol.

Decorate, encourage students to sign the Pledge Banner or take pictures at the Photo Booth!

Volunteer 10/26 - 11/2 - SignUpGenius: https://bit.ly/2yk2AsK

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Scholastic Book Fair is here!

“It’s Scholastic Book Fair Week (October 26 – November 1st)!! All students will visit our book fair with ELA and reading classes and may also shop before school and during lunch periods. Parents (grandparents, aunts, uncles, etc.) are encouraged to visit the online fair to look for gift books and access teacher wish lists. NEW THIS YEAR is the eWallet digital payment option; see how it works with this video. Visit the book fair home page for more information at http://bit.ly/WBBF2018

WBMS October Book Drive-Literacy Focus

If you would like to help by purchasing a book or book gift card, please click on the Sign Up Genius link and bring any books or gift cards to the front office by November 16th .

Sign Up Genius Link

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WBMS Musical- Aladdin Jr. is in need of some items

We are looking for several items that will help us create props for Aladdin Jr. If you have any of these items at home, please respond to this email letting me know what you have and whether or not you will need it back after the production.

  • Newspaper (to paper mache next week)
  • Paint/ spraypaint (gold, dark brown, tan, black, and white)
  • Fake jewelry (we will happily accept the broken pieces found at the bottom of a toy chest)
  • Fake gold coins
  • Colorful cotton tablecloths
  • Card table
  • Old fashioned looking household goods like brooms, lanterns, buckets, pots, etc.
  • Parasols that could be painted
  • A chair that could be made into a throne
  • A large, thick book that could be painted
  • Middle eastern, Moroccan, or Asian decor for Aladdin's hovel
  • Plastic crystal ball
  • Fake apples or bread

Thank you so much for your support of the show!

Bailey Moran
7th Grade Social Studies Teacher

Carpool Reminders

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Carpool Safety at WBMS:

For the safety of our students, please follow our carpool safety guidelines:

  • Our one and only carpool entrance is in the front of the building.
  • Please drop and retrieve students in the front of the school. There is no drop off or retrieval in the bus area or by the music hall.
  • Our carpool drop off and retrieval car line follows a signal (not double) lane. If the line is backed up in the circle, cars should wind around the parking lot.
  • When approaching the front of the carpool line, please pull up to the yellow line (past the front entrance to the school).
  • There is no parking in the carpool line or pick-up/drop-off circle for any reason.
  • With one carpool entrance, we must be courteous of other drivers.
  • Please remind your child to wait on the sidewalk close to the pick-up/drop-off area, watch for your vehicle, and not to cross in front of cars in the carpool lane.

Thank you for your cooperation.

International Festival

International Festival: Special Thanks

Thank you all for coming and supporting International Festival. We would like to thank all the families who participated in our cultural event:

The Kulkarni family

The Swamy family

The Goray family

The Gokhale family

The Mahindrakar family

The Jonnala family

The Naik family

The Sribhasyam family

The Verma family

The Ananthula family

The Rajesh family

The Vutukuru family

The J. Gupta family

The Tarte family

The Sripathi family

The K. Gupta family

The Chaddha family

The Sokhi family

The S Gupta family

The Gulati family

The Agaraval family

The Srivastava family

The Tangirala family

The Mehta family

The Levy family

The Angel family

The Muvdi family

The Fuelling family

The Kelleher family

The Mata family

The Galvan family

The Rincon family

The Sabzevari family

The Huryn family

The McKenzie family

The Eisenstadt family

The Tsfany family

The Michaeli family

The Yim family

The Zhang family

The Battaglia family

The Schwob family

The Levesque family

The Aziz family

The Ghazanfar family

The Galloway family

The Abarca family

The Narasimhan family

The White family

The Williams family

The Jorissen family

The Yoo family

The Zhu family

The Khlysta family

Beena Shah

Media Parapro

Webb Bridge Middle School

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Intramurals will start on Sept 3. Meet at 7:45 in the gym. Students must have intramural form turned in to Coach Sell.

Info Packets are available by the PE white board as well

Girls Basketball – Dec 11

WBMS Jewish Club

WBMS's Jewish Club meets once a month. Meeting information will be shared on the Morning Announcements and on posters around the school. All are welcome to join! Join our Edmodo group using the code: rubxey

Jr. Beta

Our next meeting is November 7th at 7:45am in the Cafeteria. Check Edmodo for details and service opportunities.

Spanish Club

There is still time to join the WBMS 2018-2019 Spanish club!!
The next meeting will be Friday Oct 26 at 8am in room 104.

Learn about Hispanic culture through music, food, dancing,

and arts and crafts throughout the year.

Dues are: $25 (includes membership fee, Club T-shirt, and snacks)

Pick up a membership form in room 104 , a Spanish teacher, or the front office.

Meetings are held the last Friday of every month.

Hasta pronto! See you soon!

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Please Support Our Business Partners!!

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Dynasty Track Club

  • Dynasty Track Club is a year-round track & field program (indoor, spring, & summer season) that serves as Alpharetta High School's Jr. Raider Feeder Team.
  • Currently, we are in our off-season/fall training period to prep for the indoor track season which starts in mid-December and ends in mid-February.
  • We have spots available on our team and are looking for more kids to be a part of Dynasty Track Club's indoor season!
  • We practice on Mon/Tues/Thurs from 4:45 - 6:30 pm & Saturdays @ 8:30 or 9:30 am (2 sessions; whichever works best for athlete's schedule).
  • If interested, please contact Dynasty's Head Coach, Carin Brazzel, via email or phone to find out more about the cost of the season, indoor track meet details, practice & more! Coach Brazzel is also the hurdles & jumps coach at Alpharetta High School and has been a part of the coaching staff for five years.




w: www.dynastytc.com

e: dynastytc18@gmail.com

p: 404.477.9798

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Almost There! WBMS PTA Goal = 425 Members

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Webb Bridge Middle School PTA

Thank you to everyone who has supported the PTA. We are 30 members away from our goal this year. Your donation is tax deductible and goes toward supporting our students, staff, and school. Please donate online, click here wbmspta.org

Congratulations to our “Principal for a Day” winners, Emily Mauck (6), Sydnee Vargas (7), and Leah Kearney (8). Ms. Perkins will keep you busy!

Next month, we will be handing out membership level swag bags for those who donated online. We will send out information with dates & times in the next few weeks.

Thank you for Supporting the PTA!

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 meeting is November 9th. If you cannot come to issue public comments, please fill out the form below.

Strategic Plan is linked below so you can see the plan and what the Council is working on. Please submit any questions through the form below (Virtual Public Comment-SGC).

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2018-2019 school year Release Days





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

September- 19th

October – 25th

November – 7th

December – 5th

January – 16th

February – 13th

March – 6th

April – 18th

May – 8th

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