WLMS Announcements

  • Change for Children Campaign

    Next Monday, March 25th, we will begin our annual Change for Children Campaign. This is a county wide effort to support Robin's Nest, a center for severely abused children. Change jars will be in every homeroom for students to bring in spare change, bills or checks. The homeroom bringing in the most change will win a donut party. Other activities will be planned by Student Council. Bring in some change on Monday!

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  • Meeting for Atlanta Band and Chorus Trip

    There will be a mandatory parent meeting for the 8th Band/Chorus trip to Atlanta on Monday, March 25 at 6:00 in the WLMS gym.

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  • 8th Grade DC Information

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  • 2019 Gamewell Junior Fire Academy

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  • Great job Science Olympiad!

    WLMS students competed at Science Olympiad this weekend and did a wonderful job. The following students placed at competition. Aiden Flannigan and Caleb Robbins 5th place in Potions and Poisons and 3rd place in Circuit Lab. Kassidy Church and Myra Tejaminil 5th place in Boomilever Locke Riddle and Ryan Sedlacek 5th place in Water Quality Jeremiah Greene and Mya Greene 5th place in Crime Busters Jaymen Tate and Riley Tate 1st place in Roller Coaster These students represented WLMS well and we are very proud of them.

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  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to the amazing WLMS Battle of the Books team for their 2nd place win at the county competition. These students worked so hard this year and we are proud of their accomplishments!

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  • Attention

    Attention: A possible case of chicken pox (also called varicella) has been reported in a child attending William Lenoir Middle School and your child may have been exposed. Your child was given a letter today explaining "what you should do". Please refer to this letter for answers to any questions that you may have concerning this matter. Please direct any calls to the CCHD (Health Department) at 426-8400.

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  • Great job!

    WLMS is proud of the students and teacher/coach who participated in the North Carolina Interscholastic Cycling League race #1 for 2019 at Brown's Creek in Elizabethtown, NC. We had six middle school athletes participating. There were 470+ middle and school school athletes there. Pictured in the photo are Madison G., 7th grade Amelia C., 6th grade Lily W., 6th grade Emma H., 6th WLMS Tent 7-A Boys Start Owen M. and Madison G. 7th Graders

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  • Congratulations!

    William Lenoir students Aidan J., Auguste T., and Mazie W. placed 1st, 3rd, and 5th at the 14th annual Caldwell County Poetry Recitation Contest. Congratulations!

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  • Congratulations!

    WLMS would like to congratulate Lily Anne M. and Grayson H. for their wins in the Caldwell Soil and Water Conservation competition. Lily Anne won in the 6th grade Poster and 6th grade Slide Show contest. Grayson won in the 6th grade Essay contest. We are proud of both of these students!

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  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to WLMS Of the Year Winners! Associate of the Year: Kristin Dockins Instructional Assistant of the Year: Angie Gragg Rookie Teacher of the Year: Faith Holder Teacher of the Year: Mike Sides Thank you for all of your hard work!

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  • Congratulations!

    Congratulations to the middle school Black History Quiz Bowl Champs William Lenoir Middle School!

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  • Professional Development for CCS Teachers

    On Friday, February 22nd teachers had Professional Development at WLMS. Teachers are always learning and growing their skills. Thank you for putting in the hard work.

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  • Girls' Soccer Tryouts

    Girls soccer and track tryouts will begin Mon, March 4. You must have a CURRENT physical to participate. There is a sign-up sheet on the athletic board for girls interested in trying out for soccer. Any girls interested in being a soccer manager should also sign up.

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  • Baseball Tryouts

    Baseball tryouts will begin on Monday, February 25.

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  • Order a Yearbook

    Yearbook orders are due March 1st. Paper order forms are in the Media Center. You can order your yearbook online. Go to ybpay.lifetouch.com and use yearbook id code 8475119

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  • Poetry Recitation Contest

    Do you love to perform in front of an audience? Do you like to compete and make prize money? If the answer is yes, the 2019 Caldwell County Poetry Recitation Contest could be for you. Attend an informational meeting about qualifying for the William Lenoir team, Thursday after school in Mrs. Moore’s room.

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  • Great job students!

    Not only did we reach our school goal for bringing in over 4000 cans for our food drive, we won the countywide competition for the first time in many years! Our school will receive a donation from Rooster Bush Automotive. Thanks to all who brought in cans. For reaching our school goal we will be entertained by Mr. Cooper doing dirt bike tricks at a special Christmas assembly. Congratulations to the 7th grade who brought in the most cans as a grade level with a grand total of 2023 cans. Great job! They will be rewarded with a movie and popcorn after Christmas break. The 6th grade brought in 1,446 cans and the 8th grade brought in 641. This has been a wonderful example of our school working together to benefit our community.

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  • Thank you!

    Thank you all SO MUCH for your support during our Pink Out fundraising efforts! Our donation to the McCreary Cancer Center will be $1,724.77, which surpasses last year's amount by $220.00!!

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  • Introducing Submit an Image

    Do you have a great picture from a school dance, athletic event, etc.? If so William Lenoir would love to see it! We are looking for pictures to possibly post on our school Facebook, our school website or to use in the Yearbook. We love to share our students' smiling faces. Click here to submit your photo to be reviewed. All photos may not be used. Thank you in advance for your submissions!

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  • Rolling Study Hall

    WLMS is participating in a grant through Google called "Rolling Study Hall." At the end of last year Google sponsored the installation of wifi and cameras for WLMS buses. Additionally, Google has provided devices for our bus riders. Take advantage of this opportunity to get your homework and studying done on the bus. Thank you Google and the ED. Foundation for providing this for our bus riders!

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  • WLMS Spirit Rock

    We now have a Spirit Rock! Click here for more information.

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  • News from PTA

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  • PTA Spirit Wear

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  • Zacks Fork Trail Run for Communities in Schools

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  • 2018-2019 School Supply List

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  • 7th Grade Immunizations

    A letter will be sent home with 6th grade report cards. A copy of this information is at this link https://www.caldwellschools.com/Domain/3289. This is also under Parents and Community.

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  • Open eBooks (Free eBooks!)

    Open eBooks is a wonderful program put together by the New York Public Library, Publishers, and others. It allows free access to popular ebook titles. Students can download the Open ebooks app on their phone or tablet and use it at home or at school (with a teacher's permission). Interested students can get a unique and individual access code and PIN from Mrs. O'Quinn, the Media Coordinator.

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