Wfbschools Homework Hotline Help

While Whitefish Bay Middle School supports a no-cut philosophy with its many extra-curricular offerings, we must also operate under facility, safety and fiscal constraints.  When the number of students expressing interest in participating in any extra-curricular activity exceeds our ability to provide a meaningful and safe experience, reducing the numbers through a limiting process will need to occur.  To those ends, each coach will communicate to students and parents the process that will be used in selecting participants when the numbers exceed our constraints.  This communication will be through the initial organizational letters received by students at the first meeting of the season. The organizational letter will also define the requirements and expectations for each extra-curricular activity, including fees, physicals and commitment.

Students participating in a sport must pay a $55.00 per sport activity fee with a student cap of $165.00. Checks should be made out to WFBMS. A physical form and a Parent & Athlete agreement form must also be on file before students may participate in a sport.

March 13, 2018

Week 1

Peanut Butter & Jelly Challenge for Feeding America: Congratulations! Our school has won the PBJ Challenge for the 15th consecutive year! We have won "Most PBJ Donated by a Middle School"! Thank you for your generosity!


Student Council: The WFBMS Student Council will meet on Friday, March 16, at 7:20 AM in the cafeteria. This is an important meeting as we will be interviewing the 14 candidates running for officer positions for next year. See you there!


There is a mandatory meeting for 8th students going to Washington DC this week at lunch in the 8th grade commons. Girls will meet tomorrow  and boys will meet on Thursday. See Mrs. Dettlaff if you have any questions.


Any 7th or 8th grade student interested in participating in a spring sport for the middle school should plan on meeting after school on Thursday, March 15 in the center gym.   This includes all students interested in Track, Tennis and Softball.  


Attention 8th Grade Students - It is time to start planning for the promotion ceremony.  There will be a meeting this Thursday during Lunch in Mr. Hayes' room. We will do some brainstorming on a theme for this years ceremony, as well as compile a list of songs that will be played during the slide show.  New this year - we are also looking for some students who would be willing to put together a slide show that we can play on the last day of school and during the prelude to the ceremony in June. Please remember to bring your lunch.  See you on Thursday in Mr. Hayes' room!


No men's  choir this week.  


Solo/ensemble students should be sure to set up times with Mrs. Hammond to meet before school and during lunch.


8th Grade choir and orchestra students going to Great America in May should turn in their permission slips and money by Friday.


Ms Kenwood's Leadership class is having a drive for the Humane Society to benefit animal welfare. From March 14 to April 4, bring in animal toys, baby wipes, facial tissues or gallon sized zip lock bags to your Core 3 class. The Core 3 with the most donations will get a special treat. Monetary donations are also welcome!


Green Team will be holding a bake sale on Friday, March 16th during all lunches. Bring some green money on a green St Patrick's day to help the Green Team with composting, recycling, clean up and gardening projects at the MS!


Attention 8th graders! The summer Bay Volunteer program provides youth entering 9th thru 12th grade an opportunity to become leaders in the community by working with students in preschool to 8th grade in summer day camp settings. Need experience, volunteer hours and want to have fun? This is the experience for you! Application forms are available in the main office. Deadline is this Friday, March 16th so do not wait to apply!

The green team will meet tomorrow after school in Madame Kenwood’s room, room 121.


Jazz band will meet Thursday at 7:15am.


Let's show our Whitefish Bay Middle School PRIDE. Perseverance, Respect, Responsibility and Integrity Demonstrated Every Day!

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