Wolverine Weekly

Sunday, February 7

Family Assistance

Hello Wolverines! Just a reminder that Wilder Middle School's Family Advocate, Carolyn Clarke, runs a donation based Community Closet for WMS families in need of food assistance. Our Community Closet also includes a small inventory of basic clothing should you be in an emergency need for clothing assistance. Please contact Mrs. Clarke directly if you are interested in receiving support or making a donation to Wilder’s Community Closet. You can contact Mrs. Clarke on Schoology (Carolyn Treibley-Clarke), by phone or text: (804) 335-7088, or by email: cvtclarke@henrico.k12.va.us.

February 15 is a Half-Day! Here is the schedule:

8:30-8:40 – Advisory

8:45-9:15 – Period 5

9:20-9:50 – Period 6

9:55-10:25 – Period 7

10:30-11:00 – Period 8

Student Celebration!

Below is a flyer for the PBIS SWAGG celebration happening on 2/12 from 2-3 PM.
This is a school wide celebration where all students have the opportunity to join their classmates and teachers for some fun activities! We will have 10 activity rooms hosted by teachers and the students will be able to bounce around to the activity of their choice. Starting next week, we will advertise on the morning announcements and on Schoology.

Please encourage your scholar to engage in this community building activity!

February Parent Teacher Conferences

GREAT NEWS! Teachers will be available the entire month of February to schedule conferences! Please reach out to your scholar's teacher if you would like to meet and discuss Q2 progress!

2021-2022 Variance Requests

The deadline to submit a variance request for the 21-22 school year is fast approaching. As a reminder, remote virtual variances are not being considered or approved for this year or next year.


Wilder Week at a Glance Agendas

Please click here for week 21 plans!

One Team. One Vision. #WilderWay


Mission: Our team is committed to serving all scholars by providing them with a safe educational experience focused on deeper learning, celebrating diversity, and fostering leadership.

Vision: We will empower students to reach their full potential by promoting rigorous academic expectations, preparing students to be leaders in the community, nurturing positive relationships, and ensuring the learning and skill development necessary for high student achievement.