Student News

December 7, 2022


This will be our last edition until the January session. In January, Mrs. Doole will be running Newsletter on Mondays and Wednesdays. Be on the lookout for sign-ups!

Where in the Wang?

Somewhere in the school the subject of this picture lies. Find it first and win a prize.

Congratulations HUNTER CAHILL! The picture of the eagle is located near the art room. Mrs. Doole will run down the school store gift certificate to your homeroom.

8th Grade Memories

by Aiyana Heng

If you have a memory you want to share, send it to Aiyana or Mrs. Doole

I'll update this each week so we can keep a running log of our 8th grade year. Click below and check it out.


What's Happening Here

6th Grade Interview

by Aliyah Hang

Hi I'm Aliyah Hang and I'm gonna be interviewing 6th graders to see how they are doing in 6th grade and to see if they like it there. Now when I go to see my old teacher Ms Colon Some kids be complaining about all the work there and stuff. Now I'm thinking how 6th graders feel right now. Scared, happy, sad , mad, embarrassed. Maybe all you never know, Well when I was in 6th grade I felt scared and all because I never been in the school. I don't know how people will treat me but I'm sure some people feel different about this but that's ok you know. I'm gonna be interviewing some 6th graders for a couple of weeks. Well, if I can , I will interview 7th graders next week and ask them how their life in the Wang school has been and how they feel about 7th grade and the people there. Well i guess that's all i can say about why i'm interviewing 6th graders right now have a good day people <3 -Aliyah Hang

1.What's your name- Alex Costello

2.How was your experience in this school?- Good

3.What's your most favorite thing to do- Playing at recess

4.What did you do at Thanksgiving that you liked the best- Hang out with my Grandma and Grandpa, well do what every other kid did.

5.What is the most hardest thing about 6th grade- Differently the math

6.How do you feel about being a 6th grader- I mean good because that means i'm getting older

7.Knowing your older now How does it feel to not be the youngest in the school?- well you know it feels good and bad. It's good because I'm getting older, I'm more mature. It's bad because I miss 5th grade.

8.Would you rather eat watermelon all week or strawberries?- I'm gonna have to go with watermelon.

9.Favorite person ever?- I'm gonna have to go with my friend Kaylin.

10.If you could meet someone famous who would it be?- I have to go with Bruno Mars

School Play

Questions, pictures and interview by Destin Le

What is the play going to be about?

Seussical the Musical incorporates a lot of Dr. Seuss book characters but mainly focuses on the story of "Horton Hears a Who." The Cat in the Hat is our narrator and helps JoJo's navigate his thinks.

When do you think the play will be finished, when will it premiere?

The play is premiering March 10th at 6PM. We'll have another show on March 11th and then school shows the week after!

Who is the main character?

We have a few main characters. The Cat in the Hat played by Vivian Soares, JoJo played by Kathleen, and Horton played by Ryan Morin.

What are some of the challenges that you’ve faced while putting the play together?

Similar to last year, illness makes it difficult to have all of the actors together every rehearsal.

What’s the best part of doing the play?

Seeing students achieve their goals of dancing/singing/acting. They take my vision and make it happen!

Are there any changes from the original play?

We are doing the "Junior" version, which means it's a little shorter than the original.

What type of genre does the play focus on?

The music is mainly pop/rock.

Is there a lesson to the play?

The lesson in Seussical is that it's ok to be yourself and stand up for what you believe in, even if others doubt you. And to use your imagination, be creative, and HAVE FUN!

Library Update

Library News

Ms. Williams wants to share how the library is doing at our school. She wants to let us know that our library has had ALL of our new book orders put on the shelves this week! She is going to work on putting our older books on the shelves too, and in our new library check out system we will be using.

We will be having a Library Grand Reopening in January when we return from our break!

She will be working with teachers to sign up for times where students can come learn with her and students can check out books.

Look at the last order, our school added 1,000 new book titles this week!

Girls' Basketball Practice (12/6/22)

Girls' Basketball Practice
Girls Basketball Practice

Student Spotliglht

Cameron Straker

This week's Student Spotlight is Cameron Straker! Cameron is in 6th grade. Cameron was nominated because: she helps me with my homework and they are a really great student and friend. I have known her since elementary school and I feel like they are a really great person.Let's get to learn a bit more about her:

What grade are you in?


Least favorite school subject?

Social Studies

Favorite animal?


Favorite after school club or sport?


Do you have any hobbies? If so, what?

I do drama but that's really it

Favorite teacher?

Ms. Brugel

Favorite game?

I don’t really have one

ELA or Math, Which is better in your opinion?

Math because I’ve always liked numbers

Favorite celebrity?

I don’t have one because I can never decide

Are you a night owl or a morning lion?

I’m a night owl

Would you rather be early for an event, or late?

I like to be early but I’m always late

Finally, what do you think came first, the chicken or the egg?

The egg because I googled it.

Do you prefer cold or hot weather?

Hot weather

Is there anything you’d like people to know?

I don’t think so, no.

Recipes by Amy

Creamy Potatoes Au Gratin

How To Make Rich And Creamy Potatoes Au Gratin Step By Step:


3 Pounds Yukon Potatoes,Peeled And Very Thinly Sliced

3 Cloves Garlic,Minced

¾ Teaspoon Salt

1 Cup Heavy Cream,Divided

Freshly Ground Black Pepper To Taste

Freshly Ground Nutmeg To Taste

2 Cups Freshly Shredded Gruyere Cheese,Divided

The Cooking Steps:

Step 1:Preheat The Oven To 350 Degrees F(175 Degrees C).

Step 2:Place Potatoes,Garlic,And Salt Into A Large Pot.Fill With Enough Water To Cover.Bring To A Boil;Reduce Heat To Medium And Simmer Potatoes Until Tender But Not Mushy,8 To 10 Minutes.Use A Slotted Spoon To Transfer About Half Of The Potatoes Into A 9x13-Inch Baking Dish.

Step 3:Pour ½ Of The Cream Over The Potatoes And Season With Black Pepper And Nutmeg;Sprinkle ½ Of The Gruyere Cheese On Top.Layer The Remaining Potatoes On Top And Season With Black Pepper And Nutmeg.Pour Over Remaining Cream And Sprinkle With Remaining Cream And Sprinkles With Remaining Gruyere Cheese.

Step 4:Bake In The Preheated OvenUntil Cheese Is Golden Brown On Top,About 1 Hour.

Cranberry Bars


1 (12 Ounce) Package Whole Cranberries

1 Cup White Sugar

¾ Cup Water

1 (18.25 Ounce) Package Yellow Cake Mix

¾ Cup Butter,Melted

2 Eggs

1 Cup Rolled Oats

¾ Cup Packed Light Brown Sugar

1 Teaspoon Ground Ginger

1 Teaspoon Ground Cinnamon

The Cooking Steps:

Step 1:In A Saucepan Over Medium Heat,Combine The Cranberries,White Sugar,And Water.Cook,Stirring Occasionally Until All Of The Cranberries Have Popped,And The Mixture Is Thick,About 15 Minutes.Remove From Heat,And Set Aside To Cool.

Step 2:Preheat The Oven To 350 Degrees F (175 Degrees C).

Step 3:In A Large Bowl,Mix Together The Cake Mix,Melted Butter,And Eggs.Stir In The Oats,Brown Sugar, Ginger,And Cinnamon.Set Aside About 1 ½ Cups Of The Mixture,And Spread The Rest Into The Bottom Of A 9x13-Inch Baking Dish.Pack Down To Form A Solid Crust,Getting It As Even As Possible.Spread The Cooled Cranberry Mixture Over The Crust.Pinch Off Pieces Of The Remaining Mixture And Place Evenly Over The Cranberry Layer.

Step 4:Bake For 35 To 40 Minutes In The Preheated Oven,Until The Top Is Lightly Browned.Cool In The Pan For About 40 Minutes Before Slicing Into Bars.

Small Talk