Monday September 13, 2021

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This Past Saturday Was Patriot Day

This past Saturday was September 11th.  This is a historically significant date because in 2001 on this day, the United States came under attack from terrorists. Many brave souls lost their lives that day, and many heroes helped others in their time of need. In time, the U.S. declared September 11th “Patriot Day” to commemorate the lives of those who died in the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City and the Pentagon in Virginia, and those who perished in the hijacked plane that crashed in Pennsylvania. The holiday also recognizes those who died attempting to rescue people trapped by the attacks. Never forget the heroism displayed by so many.

Free Breakfast & Lunch Continues in ‘21-22 

The free breakfast and free lunch program will continue for ALL students this entire school year.

2020-2021 Yearbooks For Sale

If you missed ordering a 2020-2021 WMS Yearbook last year, extras are available! If you would like to purchase one, stop by the main office for more information.

No Guests on Buses Anymore 

At this time, due to the crowded buses, we can no longer accept guests on buses. If and when things change, we will let you know.

Sign Out When Leaving School

Students, when you leave early during the school day, please remember that when the office calls you from class, you must stop in the main office first and sign out on the Attendance iPad before leaving with your parent.

8th Grade Football:

The 8th grade football team lost a hard fought battle to Memorial last Wednesday.

Kaden w. Gives some individual player info here.

The Cats look to rebound this week against rival Heritage.

7th Grade Football:

The 7th grade football team played their best game of the season last Wednesday, but fell short to Memorial, 8 to 14. Offensively the Cats did well in driving the ball downfield. Braylin Gordin made his way into the endzone which tied the game, 8-8.  The defense stepped up big time. Kassie McCue and Charles King both had key interceptions that stopped Memorial’s drives and prevented them from scoring.  The Cats take on Marysville on September 11th.  Go Cats!


Early last week, the Wildcat Tennis team dominated the courts against Dublin Grizzell and against Wellington School, won ALL 5 courts! Exhibition Players Corinne O’Brien and Erin Scott stepped up big time when their team needed them! On Thursday, the Cats beat Dublin Eversole Run. All three Singles Courts had strong wins. Congratulations to Madison Kline, Keely Guffey and Mackenzie Kline. The Exhibition team of Sydney Barker & Victoria Smith put up a great fight in their match but fell short in the end

7th Grade Volleyball:

The 7th grade girls volleyball team had a successful week against Dublin Grizzell and Dublin Davis, giving themselves a 4 game winning streak. The Wildcats dominated in both matches thanks to some excellent serving from Avery Asp, Sophie Smith, and Maddy Lahmers. The cat’s  defense also did a great job with awesome work at the net from Audrey Garland and Zowi Murphy. Congrats ladies, and good luck this week!

8th Grade Volleyball:

Last week, the 8th grade volleyballers played tough, but ultimately had losses to Dublin Grizzell and Dublin Davis.  But this week is a new week, and the girls plan to bounce back and get a win! Good luck Cats!

Cross Country:

The Cross Country teams competed last Tuesday against Memorial, and both the Girls’ and Boys’ teams defeated the Jaguars. For the boys, notable Wildcat performances came from Carson Price, Alexander Holdridge, and Liam Swain.

And for the girls, Celia Schulte, Carmela Biedenbach, and Sara Bettinger were top runners.

Boys’ Soccer:

The Weaver boys soccer team beat rivals  Heritage Middle School, 9 to 0 last Wednesday. The Cats took an early lead 4-0 in the first half with goals from Ali Rashid, Eli Coleman scored twice, and David Shuster scored in the last ten seconds of the half. The defense was unstoppable and the opposition only had two slow moving shots. In the second half the scorers were, Liban Ionno twice, Cameron Knopp, Gordon Dickerson, and Andrew Kocher. Younis Ahmed was amazing with two saves. Brody Gill was clearing the ball and creating the offense. Luke berridge set an amazing assist and always dribbled the ball up. Overall the team was extremely solid and played amazing.

Girls’ Soccer:

The Weaver girls soccer team beat rival Heritage Middle School, 4 to 0 last Wednesday. The Cats put up three goals early as Lucy Drobik’s wing play pinned Heritage back and Maria Feicht, Avani Harris and Asalah Kamal took advantage to score. Maria Feicht added a second goal in the second half to complete the scoring. Rose Hickey and Julia McGovern combined as goalies for the shut out as Sam Guilbert led the defensive back line.

Boys’ and Girls’ Golf:

Last Wednesday the Girls’ Golfers lost to Olentangy’s Girls in a good match..  7th grader Ellie Lowery led the team with a 56 at Royal American Golf Course. Last Thursday the combined boys and girls Wildcat Golf Team lost to Heritage  164 to 176 at Wilson Road Golf Course.  Max Spires led the Wildcats with a 38.  Jack Paull carded a 42, while Caleb Wilson and Molly Cusprisin rounded out the scoring with 48’s.