Weaver Summer Office Hours: 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM on most days. Please call 614-921-7700 before coming.
Summer Newsletter / Weaver Wire – Full Details and Dates for back to school.
Fall Athletics Info: Tryouts, practice times, start dates, etc. *Note: 7th and 8th grade Boys Soccer will begin optional summer conditioning activities on Tuesday, June 21st from 6-8 PM (this is a date change)
CAT DAYS & SCHOOL PICTURES
Wednesday, August 10
8:00 a.m. — 12:00 noon
4:00 p.m. — 6:00 p.m.
NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
Wednesday, August 10
7:00 – 8:00 p.m. Meeting in Gymnasium
This is a special orientation meeting for all incoming 7th graders and any new 8th graders along with parents.
WEAVER OPEN HOUSE
Thursday, August 18 @ 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Information about the 8th Grade 2016-17 Washington DC Trip can be found on our DC Trip page at bit.ly/WMSDC2016
Extra copies of this year’s Honors Night Commemorative DVD are available for pickup in the Weaver main office. DVDs are $3 cash and include: awards presentations, 4.0 Video, staff entertainment, and links to digital downloads of the entire evening. With questions please contact David Banyots.
Author/historian Candace Fleming spent a whirlwind 3 days at Hilliard City Schools, visiting Weaver Middle School, and Norwich and Hoffman Trails Elementary Schools. She is the author of many books that span from primary level picture books, to intermediate level fiction books and creepy urban legends, and middle and high school level biographies and history books. Ms. Fleming spent a day in each building talking about the research process, writing, publishing, and entertaining with fascinating stories she’s unearthed along the way. She autographed books, talked with small groups, and answered students’ questions. To prepare for her visit, students read her books, wrote creatively in response to them, and made art pieces that related to her work. Also, students in the elementary schools were treated to stories read by Weaver Middle School students through Google Hangout. Ms. Fleming’s successful trip was made possible by a generous grant through HEF, and PTOs and building level funds. Communicating with authors and each other around the writing process helps prepare students for tomorrow!
Summer is the BEST time to students to read whatever interests them. Sometimes all they need are some great ideas! Below are links to book lists that just may help out. And don’t forget the Summer Reading Club for all ages at the Columbus Metropolitan Library!
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