The Weaver Ski & Board Club is now accepting members!
Missed the meeting? No problem! First trip is in January.
Deadline to Sign Up: Our first trip is the first week in January, getting everything squared away by the end of December would be ideal.
No experience is needed – this is a great time to learn to ski or snowboard.
We are hosting a Christmas store at Aresteamstore.com for spirit wear so be sure to check it out! The Christmas Store is here. Brochures are also available in the office.
There are shorts, tees, sweatpants, camo tee, Under Armour “Wildcat” hoodies and more! The sale runs through November 24th. Orders will be delivered to your home by Christmas!
On Wednesday, November 11, the Aspen Ski and Board Company (ASBCO) visited students during lunches. Students earning a 3.5 GPA or higher on their first nine weeks report cards were offered a $10 gift certificate. Students will have one more opportunity to claim their reward on Tuesday, November 17 during lunches. ASBCO not only sells and rents skiing and snowboarding equipment, but also stocks a wide variety winter accessories and apparel, such as North Face and Patagonia coats. Students can use the certificates toward the purchase of any items and can also be used toward Weaver Ski & Board Club related purchases. Please visit the 1175 Old Henderson Rd (614.459.6666) location and see Eric and his staff with any questions. Students can also see Mr. Banyots at Weaver with questions.
About 25 middle school librarians from around the country visited Weaver Middle School on Wednesday, November 4th. They were in Columbus attending a conference for the American Association of School Librarians (AASL) titled “Experience, Education, Evolution.” They were hosted at Weaver by Christina Dorr, Ph.D., Media Specialist, and Craig Vroom, Principal. Among their experiences were talking with students at the Media Center staffing the Genius Bar, other students attending a Language Arts class taught by Christina, and still other students there for various research projects, production pieces, and study time. After the students were dismissed, Christina and the 25 other librarians talked technology, collaboration, teaching, and special programing at the Middle School Level.
Friday of the same week, Craig and Christina presented at the AASL Conference as part of a panel of school administrator/librarian teams, representing Middle School library services and collaboration. Also, Lizabeth Deskins, Bradley High School Media Specialist, Vice President of the Ohio Educational Library Media Association, was instrumental in organizing the conference.
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