main content starts here

View the Middle School November video newsletter!

on November 15, 2018

All are invited to view the Warwick Valley Middle School monthly newsletter.

In a creative collaboration with the WVHS Cosmetology and Communications programs, the newsletter has been produced as a video newscast for your viewing enjoyment!

Before filming, HS students in the Cosmetology program prepared the MS student newscasters for the camera with hair styling and makeup.

Each month, a different group of students will record MS news in the high school video production area.

 

Warwick Valley Middle School
November 2018 video newsletter

Welcome to Warwick Valley Middle School’s monthly newscast!

 

♦ ♦ ♦

Hello, my name is Luke Kraszewski and I am 7th grader at the Warwick Valley Middle School. 7th grade students were treated to a very interesting assembly called Breaking the Cycle. We heard from three speakers who told stories that showed the importance of forgiveness, being kind to one another, and how to be a good friend. It was a very inspirational assembly that we will not forget anytime soon. We also recently had our Fall Harvest Dance! Many students came dressed up and showed off their costumes while we danced the night away. Thank you to the PTA for such an amazing night, and for the fall themed snacks!

♦ ♦ ♦

Hi I’m Dennery Simon, a 6th grade student at Warwick Valley Middle School. Welcome to another edition of our monthly news broadcast. The last month has been a busy one at Warwick Valley Middle School. In continuing with our focus on character education, everyone in the school participated in a ROAR lesson about self-awareness. We discussed strategies for being reflective and taking a deeper look at what makes us who we are. Our teachers have carried this theme into our daily classes throughout the month. Next, we are going to look at what it means to build healthy relationships.

♦ ♦ ♦

Hello, my name Benjamin Blandino, and I am a 5th grader at Warwick Valley Middle School. Last month we had our fall Pep Rally. Because of the rainy weather, it was held in our gym and it was loud! Students participated in several competitions including a massive game of rock, paper, scissors, relay races and knockout., Finally a tug of war where the 8th graders won against the new teachers at the middle school! Mr. Justiana provided the music while our Wildcat mascot showed off it’s dance moves. I know I love being in the middle school. Go Wildcats!

♦ ♦ ♦

Hi, I’m Drew Borner, an 8th grader at the middle school. Every October, Warwick Valley Middle School joins with schools across the country to participate in Red Ribbon Week. The theme this year was “Life is a Journey, Travel Drug Free.” Students attended workshops and discussed with their teachers ways to be positive peers. At the end of the week we set goals for ourselves and talked about strategies to deal with peer pressure and avoid drugs. Leading into Red Ribbon Week, many parents attended a Hidden Mischief workshop organized by our Middle School prevention committee. Parents discussed ways to talk to their children and discovered what to look for in order to keep their kids safe! Looking ahead we have these events coming up. Thanks for watching our monthly newsletter be sure to check back in with us in about a month.

 

Thank you for watching the Middle School’s monthly newscast!
Please be sure to look out for our next update.

Subscribe

If you enjoyed this article, subscribe now to receive more just like it.

Comments are closed.