WGMS Announcements

            “It’s A Great Day To Be A WILDCAT!” School Hours – 8:00 a.m. – 1:45 p.m. (There is no Interaction Time) Masks – Please remember that students must wear a clean mask to enter the building, in class, and anytime they leave the classroom. Teacher-directed mask breaks will take …

Message from Transportation – Updated Routes in the Ride 360 App

As we prepare to transport more students to and from school starting on April 26, the Ride 360 App has been updated with new route information for students attending West Genesee Middle School and Camillus Middle School. Please check the App for any changes to your child’s route. Please note: The information in the Ride …

WGMS Fall Virtual Open House

The WGMS Virtual Open House link is now available. Families of 5th grade students will be receiving a link to a “live” meeting with the classroom teacher for tonight (Thursday, October 15) at 6:30 PM. Those meetings will be recorded for anyone who is unable to attend. Please also click on the link below to check out …

Childcare Survey

If you are a parent or caregiver who needs child care, please complete this parent need for child care survey at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3HSNNYJ. Based on the information you provide about your job, employer, number of children, and financial need, the Office of Children and Family Services (OCFS) may be able to help you find the child program …

Information Requested about Nutritional Assistance During the Shut Down Period

Today it was announced that Onondaga County Schools will be closing for a period of time due to COVID-19.  In a previous communication we provided a link to gather information from families that may need nutritional assistance during the shut down period. To better facilitate the gathering of information, please utilize the link below. PLEASE …

It Happened at School: WGMS Scientists Test the Effects of E-cigarette Vapor

It Happened at School: On January 22, WGMS students in Maggie Barrett’s science classes tested the effects of e-cigarette vapor on living cells using a kit developed and provided by Cornell University researchers.  The module, which was developed by Cornell, allows students to apply science in a real-world scenario in order to educate them on …

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