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A variety of drop off points are available for students riding the 5:30 activity bus through February 22th. Students must be attending a sponsored after school program. For more information contact Shanlynn Bolling (CSI/EDAP/YMCA) at sbolling7@icloud.com or (505)366-3599.

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Published: 1/11/18




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Moonlight Masquerade at Wilson Friday Dec. 8

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Come dance with your friends at the Winter Ball!

 

Friday, Dec. 8.    6 - 8pm    Wilson Gym

 

Tickets $5 (or $3 with 2 cans of food).  Available at lunch or at the door.

 

Snacks and photos available for purchase.

 

*Parents who wish to help with set up, clean up or chaperoning, please contact Ms. Schipull at schipull@aps.edu

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Published: 12/5/17




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Published: 11/17/17




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We hope you can join us at Wilson Middle School for our yearly Thanksgiving Lunch on Monday, November 20th.  The sixth graders will have lunch at 11 am, seventh graders at 11:30 am and 8th graders at 12:30 pm.  If you have more than one student, please try to attend the earlier lunch time.  Tickets for lunch will be available for purchase on Monday.

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Published: 11/15/17




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This year, Operation Turkey plans to hand-deliver more than 50,000 meals to the homeless and less fortunate in our communities across the nation.  Follow the link to our FRC page for more information. 

 

Help will be available during the Wildcat Family Diner 11-9-17.

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Published: 11/7/17




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We are hoping to help many of our Wilson Families have a Happy Thanksgiving. Please send your student to school with any donated food items now through November 20. Sixth graders are collecting canned veggies, cranberry sauce and gravy. Seventh grade is collecting for stuffing, rice, beans and pasta and eighth grade is collecting for potatoes, rolls. We would be thankful for anything you can do to help.The advisory class that brings in the most canned goods will be entitled to a prize. 

 

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Published: 11/7/17




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Published: 10/31/17




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We will be holding assemblies in the gym on Monday, November 6th at the following times:

 

6th Grade- 8:53-9:46

7th Grade- 9:50-10:43

8th Grade- 10:47-11:40

 

Please check into the office before going to the gym.

 
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Published: 10/31/17




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Wildcat Family Diner meets in the cafeteria from 5:30-7:00 pm.

 

November 9th- Veterans' Recognition-

Baked Potato Bar

 

November 16th- Family Game Night & Crafting for the Holidays-Turkey Dinner (Bring a bowl of chile to share)

 

November 30th- Families Cook Together

Lasagna Italian Dinner

 

Dinner is prepared by CNM student chefs. 

 

 

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Published: 10/31/17




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A new afterschool program will start October 2!  App Programming Club will explore iOS systems on Apple computers and iPads.  Come check out this exciting new program at Wilson.

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Published: 9/29/17




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The Leadership Cadets recently competed in our first Competition of the year against 11 of APS Middle School Leadership Programs. The Fall Boot Camp Physical Training Competition at Van Buren MS. 
TEAM RESULTS
-Sit Ups : First Place
-Push Ups : First Place
-800 Meter Run : Second Place
-Relay Race 10x100 : Second Place (Actually won by a significant time but Lost due to a technicality)
-Obstacle Course : Second Place
-Tug of War : First Place
-Knockout : First Place
-Overall Team : First Place
We also had numerous Cadets receive Individual Medals.
The Cadets have been working extremely hard and their efforts have paid off!!  

 

For more information about this program go to the Leadership website.

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Posted by: Cynthia Coffman
Published: 9/25/17




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After school programs have begun! ASAP is Monday through Thursday, Pokémon + Yearbook are on Mondays, Minecraft and Debate are on Tuesday/Thursday, Science Tutoring is on Tuesdays, Comic Book, Science Olympiad and Math Tutoring are on Wednesdays. 

Please come to the cafeteria after school to attend these great programs. 

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Posted by: Cynthia Coffman
Published: 9/17/17




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After school programs have begun! ASAP is Monday through Thursday, Pokémon + Yearbook are on Mondays, Minecraft and Debate are on Tuesday/Thursday, Science Tutoring is on Tuesdays, Comic Book, Science Olympiad and Math Tutoring are on Wednesdays. 

Please come to the cafeteria after school to attend these great programs. 

 

 

-The Near Space Challenge is a STEM competition amongst APS middle school leadership programs.  They will meet on Mondays and Wednesdays to create a container that will be launched in a high-altitude balloon.  The container will carry and return four eggs, to an altitude of 100,000 feet!  That's twenty-one miles!!!  The Near Space Challenge will be held at WMS during the first week of October.  Students do not need to be in the Leadership program to participate.

 

-Archery will start after school, Tuesday, September 12th.  The first archery season competition will be held the second week of October.  You do not need to be in the Leadership program to participate.

 

-Students interested in serving on this year's student council, see Mr. Cogburn for an information packet.

 

-September is Attendance Awareness Month and to start it off right, we will be doing an attendance poster board contest.  You can do the board as an individual, as a group, or as an advisory class. Any supplies you need can be obtained from the FRC.  There will be prizes for the winner of the contest, and we look forward to seeing all of your creativity in action!!!  If you have any questions please contact Miss Bowen.  The deadline to submit your poster board is the 28th of September.

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Published: 9/8/17




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There will be a basketball meeting after school Wednesday, 8-30-17 with Mr. Billman in room 200.

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Published: 8/28/17




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You must have a physical to tryout.  Direct all questions to Coach Topley. 

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Published: 8/22/17




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Picture day is August 30th. IDs will be available through the school for $5.00, Students do not need to buy one from Kenneth Brown Photography.

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Published: 8/18/17




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8/14-8/18  Volleyball players, listen up!  Physicals need to be completed and turned into Coach Noce or Coach Topley ASAP.  Tryouts start the week of August 21st @3:30. You can not try out without a physical.  See Coach Topley in rm116 in the main office if you have any questions. 

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Published: 8/16/17




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2017-18  Registration

 

Tuesday       8/8/17     8:00-4:00

 

Wednesday 8/9/17      8:00-6:00

 

 

 

 

 

 

APS 2017-2018 Calendar

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Published: 7/19/17




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Published: 5/12/17




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Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group information for May

There are have five different groups meeting in the Albuquerque area at different times and locations. There is no registration or need to RSVP. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact: Melinda Shultz, Program Manager, Grandparents Raising Grandchildren at 505-243-2551

Wednesday May 10th

9:30-11:00

Chaparral Elementary School Parent Room

6325 Milne Rd. NW

Open to all

Friday May 12th

12:00-1:30

Outcomes office

1503 University Blve. NE

Focus on grandparents of teens and pre-teens

Childcare upon request

Monday May 15th

6:00-7:30

West Side Community Center

1250 Isleta Blvd. SW

Childcare provided

Tuesday May 16th

6:30-7:30

Paradise Hills community Center (West Side) near Rio Rancho

5901 Paradise Hills NW

Open to All

Childcare provided

Saturday May 20th

10-11:30

Outcomes office

1503 University Blvd

Childcare provided

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Published: 5/10/17




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Need plants? Want FREE compost? Have garden questions? Join us for a celebration of all things local, sustainable, edible, and growing!

To get you set for a summer of fun, the DOT Garden will have hundreds of different desert adapted veggies, herbs, flowers, and native plants for sale along with hand-crafted body-care products and more.

Plus, we’re bringing together other local artisans, farmers, and garden experts to offer a one-stop-shop for all your summer prep needs.

- Bernalillo County Master Gardeners
- Bernalillo County Master Composters
- My Landscape Coach
- Seed Blossoms Art
- Making Medieval Modern
- Black Thumb Art
- Two Rabbit Farms
- Georgia O'Keefe Elementary School
- ThinkIt! Summer Program

WHEN: Saturday, April 29th from 10 to 2
WHERE: Come to the Science Building – West Side – Park in the Natatorium Lot ( Lot 6)

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Students had the opportunity to taste three different forms of edible seaweed and three different kinds of sea salt. We made observations and scored them in our diagrams and then built a class graph of our opinions.







 

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The entire sixth grade went to see the movie, Hidden Figures today! Students were amazed to see some of the real history of the space program and learn about the challenges faced by African-American women in mid-century America. Thanks to everyone who helped make this happen!

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  • In Loving Memory of Victoria Shirts… $10.00!!Wilson T-shirt special $8…Hoodies are still on sale for $25and Headphone ID holders $5.00…See Ms. Annette

 

  • REMINDER…Students please follow dress code…Girls should NOT be showing they’re stomach…Boys should have pants pulled up and not hanging below their bottoms.

 

  • ASAP is selling Valentine Candy Grams if any student is interested in purchasing any we will be open both A and B lunch in room 131.You are more than welcome to come by and see what we are selling.

 

  • Come join the Garden Club after school on Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:15 to 4:15.We will be working on large scale art project for the garden, cutting wood, painting and designing the art.We will also be digging, seeding and planting throughout the garden.

 

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Published: 1/24/17




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Albuquerque the Magazine  will recognize those teachers in the Albuquerque area who really go above and beyond to educate our future generations. Do you know of a teacher who goes above and beyond? Tell us about that teacher  and they could be included in our Above & Beyond Teachers feature in our April issue. Nominations are open to educators in Belen, Los Lunas, Bosque Farms, Albuquerque, Rio Rancho, Bernalillo, Edgewood, and Moriarty.

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Published: 1/18/17