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Middle School Career Day

Whiteford Middle School is looking for YOU --- parents and community members who would like to share your career with students in grades 6-8 at the Middle School Career Day scheduled for May 12th!  See LETTER for additional details. Contact Stephanie Cavanaugh (Dean of Student Services) if you are interested in participating: cavanaugh@whiteford.k12.mi.us.

Important Information for Senior Parents

As the school year winds down for our seniors, there are several important dates of activites that parents need to be aware of and we could use some extra hands with.  Click HERE for a letter from Mrs. Tuller.

Chipotle Fundraiser

Join us as we support the Whiteford Music Boosters at Chipotle (4109 Talmade Road, Toledo) on Wednesday, April 26th between 4:00 and 8:00 PM.  Bring the FLYER, show it on your smartphone or tell the cashier you're supporting the cause so 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Whiteford Music Boosters!

Elementary Flower Sale

The Elementary Spring Flower Sale is underway!  Details and prices can be found on the order form.  Payment is due by April 12th, with plants available for pick on May 11th (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; near the bus garage).  Thank you for your support!

Science Fair Awards

Twenty (20) students qualified for the Monroe County Science Fair to be held March 28th based on their scores at the Whiteford Science Fair.  Click HERE for a complete listing of Whiteford Science Fair results.  Congratulations to all who participated.

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Mar 2
3:00 PM to 5:00 PM
MS Dodgeball Tournament
MS Gym
District Calendar
3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Girl Scouts Junior Troop (grades 4-5)
Elem Reading Room
District Calendar
3 4
Mar 4
9:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Pancake Breakfast
HS Cafeteria
District Calendar
5 6 7
Mar 7
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
WRC Board of Trustees Meeting
HS Library
District Calendar
8
Mar 8
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Brownie Girl Scout Troop Meeting
Elem Cafeteria
District Calendar
9
Mar 9
3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Girl Scouts Junior Troop (grades 4-5)
Elem Reading Room
District Calendar
10
Mar 10
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
MS Spellin Bee
HS Gym
District Calendar
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Family Reading Night
Elem Cafeteria / Classrooms
District Calendar
11
12 13
Mar 13
5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
WESPA Union Meeting
HS Library
District Calendar
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Board of Education Meeting
MS Board/Community Room
District Calendar
14 15 16
Mar 16
3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Girl Scouts Junior Troop (grades 4-5)
Elem Reading Room
District Calendar
17
Mar 17
End of 3rd Marking Period
District Calendar
7:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Spring Musical
HS Gym / Stage
District Calendar
18
Mar 18
7:30 PM to 10:30 PM
Spring Musical
HS Gym / Stage
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19
Mar 19
2:30 PM to 5:30 PM
Spring Musical
HS Stage / Gym
District Calendar
20 21
Mar 21
8:15 AM to 10:00 AM
WPA Meeting
HS Library
District Calendar
22 23
Mar 23
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Elementary Talent Show
HS Gym / Stage
District Calendar
3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Girl Scouts Junior Troop (grades 4-5)
Elem Reading Room
District Calendar
6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
Elementary Talent Show
HS Gym / Stage
District Calendar
24 25
26 27
Mar 27
8:00 AM to 9:00 AM
HS Addictions Recovery Assembly
HS Gym
District Calendar
4:00 PM to 7:00 PM
V Baseball / Softball (H) - DH
vs. Addison
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6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
No Boundaries Volleyball Clinic
HS Gym
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28
Mar 28
6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
No Boundaries Volleyball Clinic
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29
Mar 29
4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
V Track & Field (A)
Hudson
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30
Mar 30
3:15 PM to 4:30 PM
Girl Scouts Junior Troop (grades 4-5)
Elem Reading Room
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Diesing Wins MS Spelling Bee

Congratulations to Jaedon Diesing on winning the Middle School Spelling Bee ... and good luck in the Monroe County Spelling Bee on May 10th. See listing below for top 10 finishers: 1 - Jaedon Diesing (champion) 2 - Brayden Luse (runner-up) 3 - Jasmine Swain 4 - Allison Spradling 5 - Kyleigh Borowicz T6 - Olivia Murphy T6 - Christian Rodgers T6 - Emily Wright T6 - Jami Creque T6 - Sarah Oberle

FFA Competes at District Leadership Contest

The Whiteford FFA traveled to Manchester HS to compete in district leadership contests on Wednesday February 1st. Of the 43 Whiteford FFA members who competed in contests, 27 earned 1st or 2nd place in their respective contest and will move on to regional FFA leadership contests at Saline on Wednesday, February 15. The following Whiteford members will move on to the regional contests: • Ag Issues team of Madison Durden, Jessica Link, Katie Lipp, Kaitlyn Taylor, and Lindsey Walker earned first place with their Ag Issues presentation on the new Veterinary Feed Directive. • Morgan Olrich earned first place with her junior high public speech on showing bunnies in 4-H. • Madison Lee earned second place with her junior high public speech on Entropion in Dogs. • Jacob Lewis earned first place in the extemporaneous public speaking contest. • Erin Manley earned second place in the job interview contest. • Emma Spradling earned second place in the FFA Creed speaking contest. • Baylee Baldwin, Millie Iott, and Raegan Tansel, and Morgan Anthony earned 2nd place with their demonstration on Making a cake donut: Agritourism and the Cottage Food Law • The Junior High Conduct of Meetings team of Owen Acton, Evan Dyer, Matt Newman, Brayden Wright, Jasah Urrutia, Devon Shaw, and Caleb Walton earned second place performing a mock meeting. • The Greenhand Conduct of Meetings team of Mallory Simmons, Jessica Mercurio, Heather Gobba, Madison Hines, Kyle Haubrich, Isaiah Shelton, Megan Wilson earned 1st place in their contest performing a mock meeting.

FFA Students Perform Well at Regional Competition

Regional FFA Leadership Development Contests took place at Saline HS on Wednesday, February 15. Twenty-seven (27) Whiteford students competed against FFA members from 23 other schools in Michigan FFA’s Region 2. All 1st and 2nd place teams at regional contests will advance to compete for a state championship at the Michigan State FFA Convention on March 8-10, which includes 10 students from Whiteford! See below for results: • 1st place-Demonstration team of Raegan Tansel, Milly Iott, and Baylee Baldwin with their demonstration on Agritourism and the Cottage Food Law: Making the Perfect Cake Donut. • 2nd place—Ag Issues team of Madison Durden, Jessica Link, Katie Lipp, Katlyn Taylor, and Lindsey Walker performed an Ag Issue on The Veterinary Feed Directive. • 2nd place—Erin Manley in the job interview contest. • 2nd place—Emma Spradling in the Creed Speaking Contest. • 3rd place—Jacob Lewis in the Extemporaneous Public Speaking Contest. • 3rd place—Morgan Olrich in the Junior High Public Speaking Contest with her speech on bunnies. • 4th place—Madison Lee in the Junior High Public Speaking Contest with her speech on Entropion in dogs. • 4th place—The Junior High Conduct of Meetings team consisting of Owen Acton, Brayden Wright, Devon Shaw, Caleb Walton, Jasah Urrutia, Evan Dyer, and Matthew Newman. • 4th place—The Greenhand Conduct of Meetings team consisting of Mallory Simmons, Jessica Mercurio, Isaiah Shelton, Kyle Haubrich, Megan Wilson, Madison Hines, and Heather Gobba.

HS Students Help Residents Register to Vote

American History students in Mr. Simmons' class will be out registering voters in Lambertville on Thursday, October 6 from 8:15am to 10:30am. Students will be handing out registration forms for those that would like to register before the deadline (October 11), informing voters of the importance of voting, and encouraging the community to perform a great civic duty on November 8.

MS Dodgeball Tournament Winners

Contragulations to the "Blue Blazers" who were winners of the Middle School Dodgeball Tournament on March 2nd: Zoe Bauman, Levi Hillard, Luke Rasor, Noah Bauman (back row) and Caleb Willis, Isaiah Joerin, Andrew Lydick, Cole Giesige (front row).

MS Students of the Month

Middle School students of the month are chosen by the middle school faculty based on a specific character trait for the month, with the month of February 2017 being "grit". Recipients for the month are Melanie Jakubowski (6th grade), Nick Oberle (7th grade) and Megan Henry (8th grade). Congratulations!!

MSVMA Solo & Ensemble Festival Results

The District 12 MSVMA Solo and Ensemble Festival was held at EMU on February 4th. Listed below are how Whiteford vocal students scored: • Women's Ensemble - Division I, Excellent, qualifies for State Festival • Men's Ensemble - Division II, Good Soloists: • Nick Garrison - Division II, Good • Chloe Walton - Division II, Good, qualifies for State Festival • Elizabeth Gozdowski - Division I, Excellent, Qualifies for State Festival • Nathan Walker - Division II , Good, qualifies for State Festival • Adam Lenhart - Division I, Excellent, qualifies for State Festival Congrats to these amazing singers !!!!!!!!

Proud moment for Whiteford's Agri-Science Program!!!

Congratulations to our Whiteford Ag Science and Whiteford Ag Explore students for their outstanding performance during the recent FFA Boiler Contest. The middle school “McChicks” team took State Champ honors and the middle school “Poultry Power” team took 3rd place Gold out of 17 middle school teams. 142 teams participated at the high school level with “Thomas and His Chicks” finishing with a 7th place/Gold. Other respective place finishers were Hot Chix,12th/Gold, Big Chicken 21st/Gold, 7 Chicks 30th/Silver, $quad 40th Silver, and NA (Home) 46th/Silver. The primary goal of the Michigan FFA Broiler Project Program is to enhance students’ knowledge in animal husbandry, science, mathematics, English, and other academic subjects. Moreover, in this academic achievement endeavor, students participate in real world experiences by raising the biggest birds possible in the shortest period of time using safe and ethical industry recommendations. Agriscience and natural resources education programs throughout Michigan have found that this innovative and creative educational thrust adds enormous value to FFA chapter program of activities. The Michigan FFA Broiler Project Program has been a hallmark and signature thrust in Michigan because it has assisted students in developing skill sets in problem-solving, working in teams, managing time, and other personal development areas. A special thanks to teachers Nathan Fleshman and Jake Gust for their time and efforts in preparing these students for this, as well as other contest and leadership experiences.

Region C" District Honors Choir

Congratulations to the following Whiteford singers for advancing to Region C District Honors Choir: Taylor Yount, Chloe Walton, Nick Garrison, Dylan Nelson, Adam Lenhart, Jacob Gibbs, and Nathan Walker. They are to be commended for this exciting accomplishment! They will be performing in the district concert on Saturday, Dec. 3rd, at South Lyons HS and will have the opportunity to audition for State Honors Choir that day!

Two Students Named to MYAF All-State Choir

Nathan Walker and Dylan Nelson were named to the Michigan Youth Arts Festival All-State Choir. This is a select group of auditioned singers from the District and State Honors Choirs, which start out with 1,500 auditions and culminates to the 125 best scores! They will perform at the MYAF festival in Kalamazoo on May 20th.