WBMS November 14th Updates
West Bloomfield Middle School Updates
Whats Happening at WBMS:
Dates this week:
Parent-Teacher Conferences are VIRTUAL (ZOOM) Dates are November 16th and 18th-details below
November 16 Evening Conferences (Middle School Only)**
November 18 Half Day Instruction/Afternoon Conferences**
**All conferences are on ZOOM
2022-23 Dates and Times for Middle School
Additional Fall 2022 Dates for Middle School
Start and end times: 8:20 am to 3:12pm students will be allowed in the building at 7:45 am.
Dismissal is 3:12 pm. All students should be picked up by 3:30 pm.
Additional dates to make note of:
November 23-25 Thanksgiving Break - No School
Volleyball tryouts will begin Monday, January 23
Congratulations to our 8th grade Basketball Sideline Cheer Team
Cheering for the boys Green Team will be:
Cheering for the boys White Team will be:
Help us with PBIS reward donation before Dec 2
We are excited to announce the next positive behavior incentive to students, and we need your help! Students who have 5 tardies or less and do not have an office referral in the month of November will receive a coupon for a Rice Krispie Treat at lunch on Dec. 2nd.
If you would be willing to donate Rice Krispie Treats, please click on the link below. You can send the donation to West Bloomfield Middle School, 6000 Orchard Lake Road, West Bloomfield, MI 48322 or just drop off a box of individually wrapped treats to school. We really appreciate your support! We love catching kids being good!
Parent Teacher Conference Details
Wednesday, Nov 16th
Dinner break 530-6
House teams of Science, Social Studies, ELA 10 minute blocks–see times below
Everyone else individual 5 minute times on Wednesday
Friday, Nov 18th:
Conference times 12:30-3:30
Student dismissal 11:22
By now you have probably signed up for a zoom time to meet. We will send a list of ALL the zoom links so you can attend when your appointment time occurs. It is recommended to sign in and wait in the waiting room a few minutes early in case there are any issues signing into to zoom
Lost and Found
Lakers of the Week
Nishan Bardizbanian, nominated by Mrs. Neeb, has been doing an excellent job in Mrs. Neeb's class. He works hard, participates often, and checks in to make sure he is doing everything correctly. He helps others when they are absent or struggling with the assignment. He has been so positive and focused on himself.
Chase Peterson, nominated by Mrs. Neeb - Chase is such an excellent role model for Mrs. Neeb's class. He works hard, participates on everything, and adds great insight to discussions. When students are absent or struggling on assignments, he sits with them and helps them catch up.
United We Walk Contest: Button Design
Students can draw a piece of art about what Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s life and legacy means to them focusing on Dr. King's message: "I Have A Dream. . .1963-2023. We know that our students are awesome!! Let's give them a chance to share their amazing skills. The attached information will provide more details. Please submit any contest entries to Jennifer.Graham@wbsd.org no later than Friday, December 9. Thank you for your help, time, and support.
Safeline--call for absence and/or tardy
The line is open 24/7
Absences must be excused within 24 hours of the date
Medication at school
This includes, but is not limited to Tylenol, Tums, prescriptions, and Advil. Under no circumstances can a student be in possession of medication without the proper forms on file. Students possessing medication without the forms on file or distributing medication to other students will be subject to discipline following the district's Code of Conduct.
Your Middle School Administration Team
Jermaine Evans, Assistant Principal
Blaine McDowell, Dean of Student Services
Lisa Graff, Assistant Principal