Tuesday September 7, 2022
Boys’ Basketball Players
There will be open gym for both 7th and 8th grade prospective boys basketball players tomorrow (Wednesday) from 4-5:30pm at Weaver.
The Media Center needs Genius Bar students for the first semester. Responsibilities include helping students with iPad issues and assisting with library tasks. If you like helping others and are good with technology, see Mrs. Fout in the Media Center or scan the QR code on the flyer in the Media Center to complete the Google Form.
The Weaver Gay Straight Alliance is a community where everyone belongs. LGBTQ+ students, their allies, and those who want to join this supportive community will meet once a month in the Media Center. If you are interested, see Mrs. Fout or scan the QR code on the flyer in the Media Center and complete the Google Form.
Weaver will be having a Social Justice Book Club this year! We will be reading books about a variety of social issues and meet to discuss them. If you love to read, this is the club for you! See Mrs. Fout in the Media Center or scan the QR on the flyer in the Media Center and complete the Google Form if you are interested in joining.
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 Weaver 8th grade football team defeated UA Jones last Thursday, 22-15. Josh DiBlasio threw two touchdown passes to Kaden Windham, who also had an interception in the game.
Dayne Schmidt ran hard and scored twice on two point conversions, and the defense played hard and aggressive the entire game. The Cats look forward to facing rival Memorial Middle School tomorrow at Davidson Stadium. Geaux Cats!
7th Grade Football:
The 7th grade Wildcat football team lost their first game last week to Upper Arlington Jones.
The Cats played a good game and have shown a lot of improvement. Offensively, the blue and white got the ball rolling in the second half with an 8 minute drive. Defensively, the Cats held the Bears to zero points in the second half. Weaver will play Memorial tomorrow at Davidson. Go Cats!
Purchase your Beat Darby shirts at lunch!
The Weaver Girls Tennis Team played a talented New Albany team last Wednesday. Unfortunately, they came up short of a win, but the girls showed a strong presence. Winning their courts were 2nd Singles Keely Guffey and 3rd Singles Mackenzie Kline. On Thursday, the Cats beat Delaware Dempsey. Our top 7 players didn’t allow the Pacers a single game. Erin Scott & Bella Thiel didn’t allow their opponents a game in their Match. Great job, Cats!
7th Grade Volleyball:
The 7th grade girls volleyball team played three close matches last week. Against Jackson the Cats lost, but they fought hard with great defense from Addi Nadler and Lexi Tracy. At Dublin Davis they were able to pull through two close sets for a well-deserved win! The effort and energy that came from their setters, Maddy Lahmers and Kaitlyn Chenault. And at Finland, they pulled off another tremendous win with some excellent work at the net from Audrey Coontz, Sophie Smith, and Mia Garnett. Truly an exceptional week for the Wildcats!
8th Grade Volleyball:
The 8th grade Weaver volleyball players are currently 2-2 after with a hard fought loss to Dublin Davis last Wednesday. So far, Anna Wile is leading the team as one of the setters with Elyse Vitanovic getting it done in the middle! Makayla Harry and Lydia Dougherty are being aggressive on the outside and Erin O’Grady is picking up those hard hits in the back row. The Cats are getting better with each practice and game and will be back in action this week. Good luck, Ladies!
The Wildcat flex volleyball team had 3 hard fought games this week against Columbus Academy and Heritage Middle School. Excellent serving done by Kelsey Hickman, Morgan Drews, Riley Garnett, Emma Faulkner and Nora Swerens and hits made by Selah Wellman and Sunny Smith. All around the flex volleyball team and players are showing major improvements from the start of the season! They play again on the road Sept. 14.
The WMS Girls Cross Country team got a perfect score at UA Jones last week. Celia Schulte earned first place and Erica Kaulen ran the 2nd best time. All the girls performed well and are striving for even more! The boys team was just three points off from perfect. Carson Price finished 1st, and Alex Holdridge earned 2nd place. The next meet is today. Best of luck, runners!
The boys’ soccer team played 2 games last week. Unfortunately, against a very good Worthington Christian team, the boys lost by a score of 3-1. But Luke Berridge made some great saves to keep us in the game. Last Wednesday, against cross-town rival Memorial, Stefano Lalama Arias, Dylan Erickson, and Eli Coleman were able to string together a scoring burst that won the game. Weaver is 3-1 on the year and looking to improve on that record this week.
The Weaver girls soccer team suffered a home defeat last night at the hands of a talented Worthington Christian side by a score of 5-0. The Cats played with great effort and had chances early but could not stay with the skilled Warriors. The loss was the first defeat of the year as the girls record stands at 1-1-1. The Cats will try to find a return to their winning way when they return to the pitch next Wednesday at rival Heritage. Come out and support your Cats!
Boys’ and Girls’ Golf:
The Weaver Golf team defeated Hilliard Memorial last Wednesday. Max Spires led the team with a 46. Caleb Wilson shot a 48, while Jack Paull and Josiah Castro rounded out the scoring with 49’s. Gianna Patrizi, Hope Wanderi, Molly Cusprisin, and Brayden McClain all competed well for the Wildcats. Last Thursday, the Wildcats lost to Dublin Eversole Run, but Jack Paull led the Wildcats with a 49.