Wildcat Weekly

Week of January 22

THE BIG 4: Targets for 2017-2018

  • Instructional Technology
  • Personalized Learning
  • Progress Monitoring
  • Making Connections
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MORNING ACTIVITY SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEK

Morning Activity Schedule


Warning Bell

8:30-8:40


1st Period

8:45 – 9:25


2nd Period

9:30 – 10:10


Morning Activity

10:15-11:15


3rd Period

11:20-12:00


4th Period

1st Lunch

12:00-12:25 Lunch

1:00-1:05 Announcements

12:30-1:30 Class


2nd Lunch

12:05-12:30 Class

1:00-1:05 Announcements

12:30-12:55 Lunch

1:00-1:30 Class


3rd Lunch

12:05 – 1:05 Class

1:00-1:05 Announcements

1:05 – 1:30 Lunch


5th Period

1:35-2:15


6th Period

2:20-3:00


7th Period

3:05-3:45

HOLDING ROOMS AND CAREER STUDENTS

We will have buy-outs Monday- Friday for Spirit Week. We will be on the Morning Activity Schedule for the week (attached).

The classes below will serve as holding rooms. You should remain with your class if you have more than 10 students not participating. If you have less than 10 to remain, you should find a holding room for your students and report to the Gym for supervision. If all holding rooms are not needed, consolidate classrooms and teachers who are free should report to the Gym.

The following classrooms will serve as holding rooms:

Top Level

Anderson: Rm. 205

Jordan: Rm.206

Ginn: Rm. 207

Mann: Rm. 225

Eastman: Rm. 214

Sullivan: Rm. 216

Main Level

Spadorcia: Rm. 103

Sanchez: Rm. 106

Drevets: Rm: 107

Holland: Rm. 112

Kronyak: Rm. FA108

Abrams: Rm. 119

Fowler: Rm. 132

Russell: Rm. 138

Marchant: Rm. 134

Tervo: Rm. 142

Bottom Level

Gillion: Rm. 005

Shain: Rm. 008

Bouldin: Rm. 031

Phillips: Rm. 014

Golden: Rm. 022

Vogel: Rm. 024

C. Martin: Rm. 040

Griffith: Rm. 038

Century: Rm. 015

Career Center students with 3rd lunch should eat on 2nd lunch. CC students with 1st lunch should be released from class at 12:55 (end of 2nd lunch) to board the bus.

The CC has agreed to allow any student that would like to attend the pep rally on Friday, January 26, to do so. Monday- Thursday they should report as normal. CC students that remain here should report to the Commons. They will be supervised by Ms. L. Davis.

The 9th grade Exploratory Students should be dismissed at 11:55 (5 minutes before the end of 3rd period) to board the bus to the CC. They will eat on 3rd lunch.

NO CONNECTIONS THIS WEEK

Important Dates This Week:

DPT MEETINGS WEEK

Updated Spirit Week Calendar in your email

See Mr. Smith's emails about textbook distribution in semester classes

1/22- Meme Day- see calendar for events

1/22- Kick-off Pep Rally Day (Morning Activity Schedule)

1/22- Novel Bunch 4:00

1/23- 80s Day- see calendar for events

1/24- Mathlete vs Athlete- see calendar for events

1/25- Farmer vs Alien- see calendar for events

1/25- All teacher recommendations due to McRae

1/26- America Day

1/26- 7:45 Academy Meeting

New Grading Dates from District

Just a reminder about the adjusted timeline for Q2 grades:

  • Tuesday, January 23rd - Grade verification sheets turned in to school admin (admin will communicate within their building a specific time on Monday that verification sheets are due to school administration)
  • Wednesday, January 24th - Grades stored by ETS starting at 8:00 am
  • Thursday, January 25th - Schools verify stored grades and generate report cards
  • Friday, January 26th - Report cards sent home

Important Dates Next Week:

1/29- Math Dpt enters recommendations in the MC at 7:45 or 4:00

1/31- English Dpt enters recommendations in the MC at 7:45 or 4:00

2/1- Science Dpt enters recommendations in the MC at 7:45 or 4:00

2/2- SS Dpt enters recommendations in the MC at 7:45 or 4:00

2/5- - All other Dpts enters recommendations in the MC at 7:45 or 4:00

Spirit Week News for Teachers


Teacher Sponsorship Forms will be in Mailboxes by Thursday, January 4th!

$25 to dress down Friday, 1/19 - Friday, 1/26

$35 w/ T-Shirt included

*cash or check to Mrs. Soules or Ms. Semrau

Spirit Week Events you and your family or friends may be interested in! Please feel free to spread the word on Social Media


Bingo Night - Monday, January 22
WHS Commons
5:30 -7:30pm
$1.00 per Bingo Card or $4.00 for 5 cards


Skate Night - Monday, January 22
Golden Skate
6 -8
$5


    Paint Night - Thursday, January 25
    • WHS Commons
    • 6:30-8:30 pm
    $30 per ticket

    Limited to 50 seats

      Check the Spirit Week website to see what we'll be painting! https://www.greenville.k12.sc.us/wdmonth/main2.asp?titleid=spiritweek
        Purchase tickets online at Woodmont High Spirit Week Paint Night or from Mrs. Soules or Ms. Semrau.


        Shortfield's Breakfast - Saturday, January 27


        Shortfield's in Simpsonville
        8:30-10:30 am
        $5.00 per ticket
        Scrambled eggs, Pancakes, Bacon, Toast, Coffee, OJ, Drink
        Purchase tickets from Mrs. Soules, Ms. Semrau or an SGA student



          DRESS DAYS FOR SPIRIT WEEK (Jan 19-Jan 26)

          1/19- America Day

          1/22- Meme Day

          1/23- Neon 80s Day

          1/24- Mathlete vs Athlete

          1/25- Farmer vc Alien

          1/26- Blue Out of Spirit Week T-Shirt

          Woodmont High School

          Mission

          Woodmont International Baccalaureate High School is a comprehensive high school which strives to promote a climate of respect, knowledge, and caring while creating active, productive, lifelong learners who understand the multicultural world in which we live.

          Beliefs

          "Woodmont High is committed to providing educational experiences that prepare its students to be productive citizens of the 21st Century. Our school motto-Scientia est Potentia (Knowledge is Power)-serves as a constant reminder of our mission to prepare students for the challenges of adulthood."