Monday January 24, 2022

Video Announcements Here

Scheduling Classes for Next Year

Parents and students can find information about scheduling classes for next school year on the WMS Scheduling & Registration page: Scheduling meetings for Parents will be on the following dates, and will be held virtually.

                   -8th Grade going into 9th Webinar: Wednesday, January 26th, 7:00 PM

                   -7th Grade going into 8th Webinar: Wednesday, February 9th, 6:30 PM

Attention All Actors 

WMS will be holding open auditions for the spring play, The Snow White Variety Show, after school THIS Tuesday and Thursday, January 25th & 27th. This comedy is an episode of the talk show, Real Talk with Fairytale Legends, where the 7 dwarves are interviewed to tell the story of Snow White. If you crave the spotlight on the stage and like to make people laugh, this is the play for you. The sign-up sheet for auditions is located outside of room 250.  Choose a time slot on Tuesday or Thursday for your open audition. Call backs are on Friday after school until 5:30.

8th Grade Boys Interested In Playing Soccer At Davidson

Attention, 8th grade boys interested in playing soccer at Davidson next year. Coach Billman & Coach Woo will be at WMS during all lunches this Wednesday, January 26th. Listen for the announcement during your lunch period to attend the short, informational meeting.

WMS Clubs & Groups Photo Day

WMS Clubs & Groups Photo Day will take place this Thursday, January 27th. On that day, listen for your group or club to be called up to the Media Center during periods 1 through 3.

Weaver National Junior Honor Society

Those wanting to apply to the WMS National Junior Honor Society, it is not too late to finish your service hours and complete your application! The final deadline to apply for NJHS is this Friday, January 28th, by 2:40 p.m. All applications must be turned into either Ms. Duncan (room 114) or to Mrs. Hicks (front office). Any 8th grade student who has a cumulative GPA of 3.8, from 7th grade through the first semester of 8th grade, is eligible to apply. If you need another application, see Ms. Duncan, Mrs. Schmidt, or Mrs. Constantinovich. NJHS is an outstanding opportunity to showcase academics, character, leadership, service, and citizenship.

Add Your Photos to the WMS Yearbook

Do you have great photos of you and your friends from sporting events, concerts, or other school activities? If so, scan the QR code on this flyer that can be found across from Mr. DeChant’s room upstairs.

Order Your WMS Yearbook

This year, every moment together is worth celebrating. The WMS Yearbook captures them all!

Don’t miss out, reserve your copy today. You can reserve your yearbook by going to the flyer that can be found throughout the school and scanning the QR code, or you can go to


Last Thursday, the Wrestling team beat Dublin Davis at home by a score of 48-39. Jute Marihugh, Isaac Kolb, Brayden Haupt, Joel Penton, Dayne Schmidt, Moe Alomari, Jake Lawrence, Joey Cannistra, and Grady Kowaleski all won their individual matches to help lead Weaver.  On Saturday, the wrestlers competed at the Franklin Junior High Invitational.  Jute Marihugh finished 2nd runner-up in his weight class to help lead Weaver.  This Wednesday, the team will compete in its last dual of the season at Dublin Karrer. Please come out and support our wrestling team.  GO CATS!

8th Grade Girls’ Basketball

Last week, the 8th grade girls’ basketball team earned wins against rival opponents. On Tuesday, they beat Upper Arlington Hastings, 17-8. The girls gave up zero points in the second half to stymie the rival Golden Bears. On Thursday, the girls defeated Memorial, 28-17. The Cats came out with great energy to beat Memorial for the first time in their careers. Anna Wile had 11 points & Abby Starr had 10 points to lead the way offensively. And Addison Ruhe (Roo-ee) played relentless defense to lead that end of the floor. Great job, girls! And good luck this week.

8th Grade Boys’ Basketball

The 8th grade boys’ basketball team lost a tough one last week to Memorial. But the Cats had plenty of positives as well. The blue and white started slow, but after earning a few defensive stops, they got going. Cormac Snyder came off the bench to help spark the Cats’ offense. And Seth Hoersten and Reece Hemmert gave the team a boost as well.  Overall, the Cats fought back to make it a game, but the buzzer sounded before they could take the lead. Proud of the effort, Cats. Keep pushing for more.

7th Grade Girls’ Basketball

The 7th grade girls’ hoops team had 2 great wins last week. On Tuesday they beat Hastings, 31-9. Leading the team was Sophie Smith with 8 points and Carmela Biedenbach with 7. Also, Cami Gassin and Lia Masad each added 2 points. Thursday night they defeated Memorial 21-11. Lexi Aleshire had 6 points and Maddie Lahmers added 5 points. Sophie Smith and Addie Ness each added 4 a points for the win. The 7th grade improved their record to 11-3.

Flex Girls’ Basketball

The Girls’ Flex Basketball team competed with a very talented Patriot Prep team last Monday. Leading the way in scoring was Brooke Gardner. The girls finish the season with a road trip to Logan. Good luck girls