Hello WAAS Families!
Great things continue to happen to our students at Wilmington Academy of Arts and Sciences!
Brooke Sanderford will be honored at Carolina Beach School on March 9 by the North Carolina Azalea Festival Children’s Art Contest Committee. Brooke, 8th grade student, won Second Place in the Middle School Division. Congratulations Brooke!
Middle School Division
NC Azalea Festival
Our MathCounts Team will be competing in the NC MathCounts Competition in Carrboro on Saturday, March 5. Yasmin Azizi, Zane Dash, Ben Siebold and James Wilt make up the team, and Mr. Simon is WAAS’ MathCounts Coach. Congratulations!!!
|8th Grade WAAS Students Competiting in State MathCounts Competition on Saturday, March 5
Yasmin Azizi, James Wilt, Ben Siebold and Zane Dash
Our team qualified to participate in the State competition because they came in Second in the Regional MathCounts competition Feb. 13.
WAAS was proud to offer the hour long space program sponsored by the Morehead Planetarium yesterday. This was a field trip that came to us! The middle school students learned about Black Holes and the 4th/5th grade students learned about astronauts.
Mrs. Giacomelli and I are attending the NC Gifted Conference in Winston Salem March 2-4. We are excited to be among hundreds of educators from across NC who work with gifted children. We have over 110 sessions from which to choose led by distinquished researchers and educators from all over the country. I will stay in the Chapel Hill area on Friday evening so that I can attend the MathCounts Competition on Saturday. Parent volunteers will be at the reception desk while I am away.
First Friday is Friday, March 4. Since I will be out of town, I will not be available for Ask the Director.
Stay tuned for more wonderful happenings at Wilmington Academy of Arts and Sciences!