The Wildcat Weekly

What's happening at #woodmontmiddlecool

October 24th Edition

Greetings, Wildcat Families!

It's Red Ribbon Week at Woodmont Middle! We hope all of our students will pledge to be drug-free and join in on some fun spirit days this week:

Monday, October 24-Drug Free is the Way to BE!

Tie Dye Day

Tuesday, October 25- Peace Out to Drugs!

Decades Day

Wednesday, October 26- Flip the script on negative peer pressure!

Flip the Script (students dress like staff; staff dress like students)

Thursday, October 27- Team Up Against Drugs!

Camo vs. Cowboys

Friday, October 28-Halloween Fundraiser for $1 OR Rally in House Colors

Important Dates:

Monday, 10/24 ELA Benchmark Testing - all grades

Monday, 10/24 Student Government Elections - see grade level counselor website

Monday, 10/24 Book Fair begins! All week @ Media Center!

Monday, 10/24 Makeup Pictures

Tuesday, 10/25 Math Benchmark Testing - all grades

Tuesday, 10/25 D-Team Footbal W Mauldin

Wednesday, 10/26 Science Benchmark - 6th grade only

Wednesday, 10/26 PTA School Store - Pre-orders only this week

Thursday, 10/27 Benchmark Makeups

Thursday, 10/27 FFA Receives Gold Chapter Recognition @ Nat'l Convention in Indianapolis

Thursday, 10/27 LiveSchool store @ Lunches

Friday, 10/28 PTA School Store - Pre-orders only this week

Friday, 10/28 Halloween Dress-up Fundraiser - $1, See Below

Friday, 10/28 FIDO Celebration @ End of Day


Thursday, 11/3 STEAM Showcase Night 5:00-6:30 PM (see below)

Friday, 11/4 PTA Sponors Color Run!

Friday, 11/11 Drive-Thru Veterans Day Parade (see below)

We are here for you! Do not hesitate to contact us if there are additional ways we can support your child and family. We are STRONG when we are #woodmonttogether!

Jennifer Couch



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PTA Color Run - Nov. 4th

We are just a couple weeks away from our Color Run! Please note that students must be REGISTERED ONLINE in order to participate in the run! It is free to register. See link below.

We have raised $ 2495.00 to date! Keep those pledges coming. Our goal is to raise $20,000 for new media center furniture.

Swamp Rabbits Report Card Night!

The Swamp Rabbits will host “Report Card Night” on Saturday, October 29. Students who received an “A” on their report card will receive a complimentary ticket by sharing the report card at the Box Office at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena. The theme is Marvel Super Heroes Night, so the team will be wearing specialized jerseys and giving out free posters and comic books.

LiveSchool Top Students!

Congratulations to these students, currently ranked as our LiveSchool Leaders as we start off the week!

Kendall Cobb 162

Juan Carlos Luna Rodriguez 150

Ari Wilcox 142

Jada Love 141

Isabella Blatt 141

Our next LiveSchool store is scheduled for Thursday, October 27th.

To date, our students have earned a total of 43,286 points! We are PROUD of the great ways our students are showing their Wildcat P.R.I.D.E.

Art Club

Our next art club meetings will be afterschool from 3:45-4:30 on Thursday October 27th. For November, they are the 3rd and and 17th. For December, the 1st and 15th. Pick-up is always at 4:30 at the car line.

Student Government Elections

Voting will take place TODAY! Students should visit their grade level counselor's Google Classroom for a link to cast their votes. Good luck to all of our candiates!

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Basketball Conditioning & Tryouts

Boys/Girls basketball conditioning will begin on Monday, October 3rd at 4:00-5:30 p.m. Basketball TRYOUTS will be on Monday, October 31st. You will need a COMPLETED PHYSICAL PACKET turned in before you're allowed to attend/participate. If you need a packet, please see Coach Gibson for one.

WMS Housequake & LiveSchool Parent Accounts

Parents, in addition to being a Woodmont Wildcat, your child also now belongs to one of 4 Houses that are unique to our school....Oncilla, Serval, Amur, or Caracal.

The link below will take you to an overview of our House system and show you how our new LiveSchool platform will play a HUGE part in the spirit of House competition AND keeping you even more in the loop at home.

Your child has been given information to bring home on how to set up your parent account (including 2 unique codes specific to YOUR child). After you set up an account, you can access the platform whenever you want...but we know how busy you are! You can also opt to automatically receive a recap email each week. We hope you will choose to partner with us to help bring Woodmont Middle to a whole new level!

Student IDs

Parents, we need your help! We have numerous students reporting to school without their school ID. Effective immediately, students who require a temporary ID will be assigned a silent lunch and assessed 1 Discipline Point (DP).

As a reminder, ID sets are always available for sale in the media center for $7, or broken down as follows:

Photo ID - $5

Grade Level Lanyard = $1

House Color ID Cover = $1

Please send a check or exact change with your child.

WMS Clubs & Activities

Our extracurricular clubs are ramping up! Please click HERE for a complete list of offerings.

Students of all grades are invited to participate in our clubs. Please contact the sponsor directly if you would like more information or are interested in having your child participate. We are always looking for volunteers to assist as well! If you have a talent or passion and would like to sponsor an afterschool student club, please contact Ms. Couch. Level II volunteer clearance is required.

Wildcat News Broadcast!

WMS is SO EXCITED to be starting a student-created news broadcast!

Broadcasts will be aired on our YouTube Channel every Wednesday and Friday mornings. See Ms. Gosnell if you're interested in being a part of the crew!

Dress Code Reminders

Please be sure you've reviewed our student dress code with your child. We want all our students to be able to remain in class once they arrive to school! In the past, we have provided tape to cover up holes in pants that are above the knee. This year we would like to ask your help in making sure this is taken care of before students arrive to school.

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Parents, we need your help. Please talk with your child about responsible and ethical use of technology. It is a school rule that cellular devices and wireless earbuds remain out of sight (preferably stored in bookbags) while in the school building. It is our hope that students are able to adhere to this rule and keep the privilege of carrying these devices on their person throughout the day.

Please note, parents of students who violate this policy will be contacted by a teacher and/or administrator and assigned a locker and combination on their grade level hallway. Students will be required to lock up their cell phone upon arrival and retrieve it at dismissal. The requirement to keep the cell phone locked in the assigned locker will remain in effect for the rest of the school year. Again, this consequence will only happen if students are unable to abide by our request to keep phones and earbuds stored out of sight throughout the day.

Our school phone lines are always available for two-way communication between students and parents. Thank you for helping us maintain a safe and effective learning environment. Please contact administration if you have any questions.

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Morning Arrival

Our doors open at 7:30 a.m. Please do not drop off students before that time, as no supervision is available. In order to keep a long line from forming, please PULL ALL THE WAY DOWN before unloading your child.

Breakfast is provided FREE OF CHARGE to all students. Breakfast for car riders closes at 8:15 a.m. Breakfast for bus riders extends until the last bus arrives. All students should arrive before 8:30 a.m. to be counted present and on time for the day.

Parents, I know mornings are a busy time for us all, and many of you head to work after dropping off your child. However, please note that parents are not allowed to "skip the line" in morning drop-off. This creates a safety hazard for your child!

We have a SINGLE LINE drop-off. Once our doors open at 7:30, we do our best to quickly clear the line by having parents PULL ALL THE WAY DOWN before unloading their child. It does take a few minutes when there is heavy traffic.

If you need to ensure drop-off right at 7:30, please arrive by 7:15 so you can be at/toward the front of the line.

Afternoon Dismissal

Afternoon Dismissal: Parents who pick up their child each day, please observe the following procedures:

  • Form double lines while waiting for dismissal.
  • Display your dismissal number so we get your child into the queue.
  • The use of cell phones while the line is moving is prohibited.
  • MERGE at the cones, taking turns from each line (one from right, one from left, etc.). Be courteous.
  • PULL ALL THE WAY FORWARD before stopping and loading your child.
  • Stress to your child to report to the carline as soon as their name is displayed and WATCH for their car. Pickups requiring extra time due to student delays will be asked to circle back through the carline.
All students should be picked up NO LATER THAN 4:00 p.m. each day.

Backpack Blessings

Backpack Blessings is a program that the Columbia Baptist Church organizes and provides to our Woodmont Middle School students. We are so thankful for their generosity! If your student is in need of school supplies, boxed lunch/dinners, hygiene products, or clothing, please fill out the Google Form Survey below. If you have specific needs or questions about this program, you may contact the 6th Grade Counselor, Ms. Genova.

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WMS is a Smoke-Free Campus

Parents, please refrain from smoking in the car line so we can keep the air clean for all our students, staff, and families.

Student Directory Information

Greenville County Schools Student Directory Information - Annual Notification to Parents and Guardians has been revised. Access the revised version to view changes.