Friday, October 19, 2018
Right Side of Commons: Chicken chunks, double cheeseburger, grilled chicken sandwich, seafood sub or made order subs and wraps.
Left Side of Commons: Dominos’ cheese or pepperoni pizza, stuffed cheese sticks with marinara, michigan salad, variety of salads, yogurt bar, soft taco’s or make your own nachos.
- The WMS 8th grade Division One Brown team defeated CMMS 35-19. The Warriors were led by Brooke Swartz with 10 points, Erica Slocum added 9, Olivia Jatczak 7, Ashley Plambeck 5, while Faith Hair and Maddie Schultz added 2 points apiece. The Warriors will look to even their season at 5-5 in their last game on Tuesday vs White Pine.
- Western's Division 2 Gold Girls Basketball team defeated Christa McAuliffe last night by a score of 28-8. Leading scorers for the Warriors were Ayla Kreger with 10 points, Emma Weitzel with 8 points, Maddie Kochany with 4 points, Ally Clifford with 4 points, and Brianna Hennard with 2 points. The Warriors conclude their season next week with games against Saginaw White Pine on Tuesday and the Handy Wildcats on Thursday. Great job Warriors.
- Our D2 Brown Lady Warriors had a convincing win against CMMS by the score of 19 to 10. Leading scorers for our warriors were Ava Schmidt with 10 points and Charlotte Fournier with 5. Also contributing on offense were Mackenzie Swan and Ellen Rivet with 2 points each. Defensive honors go to the entire team, holding CMMS to 4 points in the first half.
- Any Art Club member working on the Peace Poster Contest may bring their lunch and come into the art room to work on it. The deadline for submission is at the end of the month
- Do you like horses? Then pick up a flyer in the counseling center for more information about our Western Middle School Equestrian Team. Don’t miss out on the fun!
- If anyone has newspapers or paper bags at home that need to be recycled, please bring them to art. We need them for paper mache.
- Girls are you interested in coding? Saginaw Valley State University is hosting a FREE after school club for girls to use computer science to impact their community.
The Girls Who Code Club will...
•Learn the concept of loops, variables, conditionals, and functions that form the basis for all programming languages using Scratch. This opens their ability to build a website, an app, or a robot.
•Work in teams to design and build a Computer Science Impact Project that solves real world problems they care about through code.
Girls Who Code will meet on Wednesday evenings 6:00 – 7:30 pm at Saginaw Valley State University (Science East 145). This club will run through December 5, 2018
The club will not meeting on October 31st and November 21st. If interested, there is a sign-up sheet outside Mrs. VanDriessche's Door C126. Simply sign you name and Mrs. VanDriessche will send the information on registration to email listed for your parent(s).
- Please stand for the pledge.
WARRIORS REMEMBER...STAY BRAVE, BOLD, AND TRUE.