What's New at WG!
- Spring Sports Celebration Picnic, May 23 at 4pm - Please note the date change from May 24 to the new date of May 23! We will celebrate boys and girls basketball, spring soccer, baseball, and the track & field team with a picnic in our backyard! We will be providing hot dogs and hamburgers, beverages, cake and awards for our athletes. Volunteers are requested to help with bringing side dishes, utensils, plates, napkins, popsicles/ice cream, fruit, and chips. Please contact Ms Sims to volunteer or with any questions - thank you for your support! (firstname.lastname@example.org ; (910)560-2208)
- Multicultural Celebration and Concert - Multicultural Night has been rescheduled for May 16 at 6pm. The show choir and band will perform; Ms Perez's and Ms Sims' students will also perform a variety of traditional dances. In addition, food from different cultures around the world will be available to sample. We hope you will be able to join us for this community event!
- Memorial Day Holiday - Monday, May 27
- Last Day of School for Students - Friday, June 7
Below you will find information for activities, clubs, camps, tutoring and more!
- Duke InnoWorks Summer Science Program for Middle School Students - Duke InnoWorks is a volunteer student organization at Duke University. Our members organize a free, week-long program for rising middle school students, especially from underprivileged backgrounds. Our goal is to get students excited about science and hone their critical thinking abilities. The day usually runs from about 9:30 to 4:30 and lunch is provided. We're very excited to announce this year's InnoWorks Program on Duke's West Campus from August 12-16, 2013. Priority is given to applicants on free or reduced lunch programs. If you would like to apply for our program, please see your school counselor for the link to our application. The deadline for to apply is May 31, 2013. For more information about Duke InnoWorks, please visit us at http://www.innoworks.org/newinno/index.php or email us at email@example.com. The student application can be downloaded here.
- Step Up to STEM Summer Program -
The North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM) is proud to offer a new and exciting summer program for students who will be rising 9th- graders summer 2013. Step Up to STEM is a free residential state wide program from July 7 – 19, 2013 for rising 9th-grade African American, Hispanic American, and Native American students. The program, located at NCSSM's campus in Durham, takes an innovative interdisciplinary approach that uses exciting real-world subjects to challenge North Carolina students and build their skills in science, math and communications.
Current 8th graders may apply online here.