Monday August 29, 2022

Bus Riders

For now on, students are not allowed to ride home on another student’s bus due to buses being at full capacity. Also, If you ride a bus to school and need a few extra minutes to get a school breakfast in the morning, you can stop by the main office to request a breakfast pass. This pass will allow you to get off your bus a little early and go straight to the cafeteria to get a school breakfast.

HCSD Middle School Musical Audition is Today! 

All three Hilliard middle schools will again combine to put on one musical production. This year we will be performing Shrek Junior! Auditions will take place at the Hilliard Station Performing Arts Center today. Please visit for more information.

WMS Open House is Tomorrow, August 30th

Open House takes place tomorrow night, August 30th, at 6 pm. This is an opportunity for parents to informally meet their students’ teachers. Parents will follow their students’ actual schedules and visit the classrooms and teachers to see what students experience during their school day. Students, please remind your parents to be there tomorrow at 6 pm.

GSA Meeting

The first Gay Student Alliance meeting is tomorrow, Tuesday, August 30th during lunch periods.  Students attending the meeting will bring their lunches to the Media Center. Please see Mrs. Fout if you have questions.

Yearbook Sale

Did you smile big on picture day? Do you participate in a sport, club, or musical group? Whatever the case is, you definitely want to order your copy of the 2022-2023 WMS yearbook!

The yearbook will be a great way to reminisce about these great memories at Weaver that we are already creating this year! If you order between now and September 9th, you can save $6!

Scan the QR code found on the flyer across from Mr. DeChant’s room or the Media Center and select Hilliard Weaver to purchase your yearbook TODAY!

Weaver Family Tailgate

Mark your calendars for September 2nd from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Weaver PTO will be hosting a family social/tailgate before the Davidson home football game.  Join us for food, music and fun!

Middle School Gymnastics

The Hilliard Middle School Gymnastics teams are looking for team members! Anyone wanting to participate, regardless of prior gymnastics experience, is welcome. Practices are Monday thru Thursday from 3:30 to 5:00 at Fliptastic Gymnastics, which is on International Street off of Roberts Road. You will need an athletic physical to participate. Please contact Coach Grier at with any questions and for more information. We hope to see you there!

8th Volleyball

The 8th grade girls volleyball team lost a close one to Beulah Park last Monday. Avery Asp had some nice defensive plays and Lexi Tracy was on fire in the back row. On Wednesday, the Cast picked up their first win, this time against Pleasant View. Mia Garnett and Zowi Murphy did a fantastic job in defending the net from the middle. Come out Wednesday, August 31st and cheer on the girls as they take on Dublin Davis at 6:15.

7th Volleyball

The 7th grade volleyball team played twice last week. On Monday against Beulah Park, the Cats were, unfortunately, not able to snag the win. However, the team worked hard and with excellent serves from both Charlotte Schulte and Mal Colasante, they were able to keep the game competitive and exciting. On Wednesday, the Cats collected their first win of the season against Pleasant View. With great passes from Chloe Schaetzke they were able to play some excellent volleyball in such a fast-paced match. Josie Marihugh had some great work at the net as well, helping lead the team to victory!

7th Football

The 7th grade football team lost their season opener Wednesday evening to Bunsold Middle School. The Cats have shown tremendous improvement over the past few weeks but just came up short. Myles Mason had a 50-yard touchdown run to get the Cats on the board. Defensively the Cats worked together as a team recovering 1 fumble. The team is back in action on Wednesday at Upper Arlington Jones.


The Weaver Girls Tennis Team opened their season Wednesday with a win against Marysville Bunsold. Turning in singles match wins for the Wildcats were Mackenzie Kline, Taylor-Marie Kenz, Aarini Patel and Emily Dupaix. Doubles teams wins went to Oliva Lewis and Mischa Haworth, Katie Hays and Alyssa Lundy, and Veronica Ramirez and Greta Nothem. Madelyn Mundell and Julia Hughes put up a good fight with an impressive 23 game match. Next week the Cats are busy with 3 matches, including the home opener against Dempsey on Thursday at 5:30. Go Cats!

Cross Country

The boys’ and girls’ cross country teams had a great showing against Marysville Bunshold for their first home meet last Tuesday! Top runners for the boys were Ryan Kulen, Alex Holdridge, Jarrett Billing, Jonathan Joseph, and William Harris. Top runners for the girls were Sophia Tartaglia, Carmela Biedenbock, Sarah Bettinger, Maddy Clausen, and Siena Boyd. The boys took the win with a score of 21 to 38, and the girls won with a score of 26 to 33. All the runners gave a great effort in their first race of the season!

Boys’ Soccer

The boys soccer team has played two games. Against Worthington Christian, the team started well, but gave up a few goals late to lose, 4 to 1. Aria Safa scored, and was assisted by Liban Ionno. Rylan Thimling’s goaltending kept the game close until late. On Wednesday the Cats earned their first win, beating Newark Liberty 5-0. Sebastian Gonzalez contributed to every scoring opportunity with either an assist or scoring a goal himself, and Cameron Knopp, Ashton Davis, Kento Nisho and Diego Lopez were great on defense. Dominic Collura had two goals and Liban Ionno, Aria Safa, and Sebastian Gonzalez all scored once.

Girls’ Soccer 

The Weaver Girls Soccer played twice last week. They lost to Worthington Christian on Monday, but Lucy Drobik had a beautiful goal, and Kate Bidlack pushed the Cats into enemy territory. The girls rebounded well vs CSG, picking up their first win. Lucy Drobik scored three goals and Avani Harris added another. Lila Shriver, Olivia Hoctor and Presley Abbot protected very well in front of goalie Olivia Sykes. The Wildcats return to action on Monday versus Hamilton Township.

Boys’ and Girls’ Golf

The Wildcat golfers had a busy one last week, with 3 matches. Last Monday they lost a close one to Gahanna at National Road Golf Course. Caleb Wilson led Weaver scoring with 46.  Jack Paull followed with a 47, Owen Duebner shot a 51, Conner Seely a 54, and Miles Melchior scored 55, while Jack Kostelac shot 56. On Tuesday the team lost by 1 stroke to Jonathan Alder at Rolling Meadows. Caleb Buzzard led the Cats with a 45 and Caleb Wilson was right behind with a 46. Finally, on Wednesday the Wildcats played Hilliard Heritage at Wilson Road. The team played their best match of the year, beating the Panthers by 23 strokes. Caleb Wilson was Medalist for the match with a score of 33.

Good luck this week, Golf team!

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