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6th grade classes participate in architectural design lab
For several weeks, sixth grade students worked on an architectural design lab during Cowboy Bell. A volunteer from the Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati (AFC) worked with the students on this hands-on, project-based learning experience themed "Food for Thought". Students worked several days after school on this project that included model building and creative writing and also had a day of collaboration on a weekend.
Each class voted on a project to be included in the final competition held at the main branch of the Public Library of Cincinnati & Hamilton County with one group winning an award for sustainability.
WMS artists' work displayed at Cincinnati Art Museum
In April, two Wyoming Middle School students had their work displayed in the 10X10 Teen Art Expo at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Works by 8th grader Daniele Sabaliunaite and 7th grader Chloe Knapp were chose for this first-of-its-kind event. The theme of the event was the environment.
6th Graders volunteered at Freestore Foodbank in March
Sixth graders from Wyoming Middle School volunteered at the Freestore Foodbank this month. The students and teachers helped sort and pack nonperishable food that will be distributed to local food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters. One group of students worked a morning shift with another group working an afternoon shift.
The Freestore Foodbank is one of Ohio's largest food banks, distributing 24 million meals annually through a network of 400 community partner agencies serving 20 counties in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana.
Wyoming Middle School MathCOUNTS team places 7th in the city
WMS's MathCOUNTS team placed 7th in the city last weekend when competing against more than 45 local schools. Individually, Gus Steiner placed 3rd, Paul Rutherford placed 22nd, and Jackson Harness and Nathaniel Miller tied for 25th place. Gus and Paul will compete against the top mathletes in the state the weekend of March 10th. Other team members who propelled the team to victory included Michael Chen, Kylene Chu, Clay Van Fossen, Ajay Iyer, Mwenda Mbui, and Thomas Zidarescu.
WMS Science Olympiad Team brings home stacks of medals from regionals
Congratulations to the Wyoming Middle School Science Olympiad Teams on their performance this month at the Southwest Science Olympiad Regional Competition. The two teams came in 5th and 11th overall. The group also competed as pairs in 23 different science events. The teams did an outstanding job, brought home many medals, and achieved a number of personal bests. Ranking were as follows:
Mystery Architecture - 1st place: Kira Brown and Ian Mcllvain
Microbe Mission - 4th Place: Sophie Chow and Chloe Rajbhandari
Road Scholar - 4th place: Marc Chow and Kat Getgey
Battery Buggy - 4th Place: Clayton Israel and Ethan Rickert
Roller Coaster - 4th place: Sam Kaddoura and Callie Hilton
Towers - 5th place: Jacob Nugent and Sam Kaddoura
Ecology - 5th place: Chloe Rajbhandari and Ian Mcllvain
Fast Facts - 5th place: Chloe Rajbhandari and Sebastian Siningaglia
Herpetology - 5th place: Marc Chow and Sophie Chow
Wright Stuff - 5th place: Marc Chow and Morgan Le
Anatomy and Physiology - 6th place: Kat Getgey and Sophie Chow
Roller Coaster - 6th Place: Kira Brown and Kat Getgey
Solar System - 6th Place: Sandhya Iyer and Ian Mcllvain
Battery Buggy - 6th place: Nicholas Adams and Seth Israel
Crime Busters - 6th place: Callie Hilton and Zach Robinson
Wright Stuff - 6th place: Sophie Le and Zach Robinson
Potions and Poisons - 7th Place: Nathaniel Miller and Niko Felczan
Towers - 7th place: Nathanial Miller and Morgan Le
Hovercraft - 7th: Arish Antia and Jacob Nugent
Thermodynamics - 7th: Clayton Israel and Ethan Rickert
Wright Staff - 7th: Marc Chow and Morgan Le
Mystery Architecture - 7th: Callie Hilton and Seth Israel
Optics - 7th: Jacob Nugent and Zach Robinson
Write it Do it - 7th: Sophia Le and Seth Israel
The team also includes Jack Cavanaugh, Sam Easton, and Sophie Ranz who were unable to compete.
Thank you to team coaches Denny Brown and Laura Lea Murley and Build Coach Don Chadwick. And a special thank all the team parent volunteers, especially Jimmy Antia, Klarysa Benge, Teresa Le, and Rosemary Miller.