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Our school store at the North Intermediate will be open during students’ lunch…11:30-12:30 on specified dates.

We will continue selling Wilmington apparel (prices range from $10 - $35), pens & pencils, erasers, rulers, and fun items (prices range from 25 cents - $3) for the 4th & 5th graders to purchase during their lunch times. 

 

Please contact me if you would like to volunteer at the school store during lunch. Remember:   We cannot run the school store without your help!

 

Any questions, please contact

Diana Cappiello

Strings Attached Community Practice
Three Tuesdays only- Anyone is welcome! 
4/29, 5/6 and 5/13 only       
3:15-4:45 pm 

These will take place in the middle school auditorium.

 

Second Annual WPS Student Art Show
May 9th (6-8PM) & May 10th (11-3 PM) @ WMS.

Bigger & Better - showcasing the amazing artwork of our students from all schools and grade levels. Featuring: refreshments, music from members of Strings, crafts for the kids and so much more… Admission is Free!

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Middle School Placement

Soon the fifth grade staff at the North will prepare student data profiles on each student, which will assist us with the placement of students into the Middle School next year.  Your child’s academic strengths, needs, personality, and peer relations are all incorporated into these profiles.  This information will enable us to create three balanced groups of students.  These groupings are forwarded to the Middle School, where they are merged with similar profiles submitted by the North, to ultimately create three balanced houses at the Middle School.

Each of the three houses at the Middle School delivers an identical sixth grade Core Curriculum, including Unified Arts, in accordance with the Massachusetts State Frameworks.  The placement of students is random, in order to keep the houses balanced.  Students are not assigned to a particular house based on a prior sibling’s experience.

As you know, the Middle School has a daunting task of scheduling over 900 students.  Therefore, we will not accept requests for individual teams or houses.  However, if there are extraordinary circumstances, regarding your child, that you would like us to consider as we are making these decisions, please feel free to make an appointment with me before April 30th

We thank you for understanding of the depth of thought that goes into planning a sound learning program for every Middle School child.
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Harlem Superstars vs. Faculty Dream Team

Thursday, April 3rd  6:30PM-BURLINGTON High School Gymnasium
Come join us for a great family fun and entertaining show! This night of family fun includes: a comedy basketball show versus your favorite Wilmington Public School Faculty members, an audience involved half-time show, and spectacular dunks and trick shots.  Players will stay as long as needed to sign autographs!
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Principal's Notes

It is hard to believe that April is already here! As you may remember, recently we had a parent night for elementary parents about the new ALICE safety protocol. Staff and students at the middle and high schools have already been trained. Most recently, elementary staff were trained. This week, students at the North will go over a short story that explains ALICE with their homeroom teachers. This will be coming home to you. The goal is that by the end of the school year, students at both the North and West Intermediate will have the opportunity to run through some practice drills to better familiarize themselves with ALICE.

Important Dates

April 17th School Store

April 18th Good Friday/ No School

April 21-25 School Vacation
 
 

2014 Wildcat Summer Sports Clinics

During the summer of 2014 the Wilmington High School Athletic Department will be sponsoring a series of sports clinics for children in Grades 1-8. The clinics will be held at Wilmington Middle School (WMS). All clinics will be run by WHS Coaches, Alumni and Athletes. The cost of each clinic is $175 per child for the child's first clinic and $150 for each

additional clinic for that child.


All clinics, with the exception of Girls Basketball and Flag Football, will run 8:30-2:30 Monday through Thursday and 8:30-12:30 on Friday. Girls Basketball and Flag Football will run 8:00-3:00 Monday 6/30 through Thursday 7/3. The focus of each clinic is the development of skills through activity based drills and scrimmages. The ultimate goal of the clinics is to develop children who enjoy participating in athletics.

 

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