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  • UNITY WALK
    Saturday, May 3rd at Wilson
    10am to 11:30am 
    Diversity Club is holding its first annual UNITY WALK Saturday, MAY 3rd from 10-11:30am. There will be food and music as well as our winner of the DIVERSITY ESSAY CONTEST. Family, friends, staff and neighbors are invited to join the festivities and walk around the block in support of nonviolence and diversity at Wilson and in Glendale. Any questions contact:JAugustine@gusd.net
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  • Important 8th Grade Promotion and Activities Information

     Letter packets were mailed out on 4/16/14 to all 8th grade students and should be delivered by this weekend. Information can also be downloaded below: 

    Parent Letter

    Important Dates to Remember

    Promotion Picture Information

    Magic Mountain Permission Slip

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  • PLEASE SHOP AT RALPHS & “Link Us” TO SUPPORT WILSON  

    The Kroger Family of Stores is committed to bringing hope and help to local communities. They do this through a variety of activities, including charitable giving, sponsorships and the unique Community Contributions Program of Ralphs. Wilson supporters (4 households) who shopped at Ralphs between 12/01/13 & 02/28/2014 have earned a$66.28 total donation to Wilson. Imagine how much Wilson could earn if all our families who shop at Ralph’s linked to our organization.  Please email community.programs@ralphs.com or visit our website at www.ralphs.com to find out how you can support Wilson simply by shopping as you would regularly do. The more Wilson families shop with Ralph’s, the more money Wilson will earn to support students and student activities!  Thank you!!!

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  • Wilson’s Summer Music Camp 2014

    Wilson's Summer Music Camp will begin June 9th and end July 3rd. The following classes will be offered: Orchestra 1, Orchestra 2, Band 1, and Band 2.

    For further information click here

    For Wilson's Summer Music Camp application click here 

    Payment is due in full by the first day of class, June 9th.

    *Please make checks out to Wilson Middle School

    Questions: Please contact Amanda Kopcsak at akopcsak@gusd.net 

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  • 2015 Trip to New York Meeting
    Thursday, May 22nd at 6:30p.m. in the auditorium
    This is a mandatory meeting and students must be accompanied by a parent. Open to any student who will be in 8th grade next year, and any 7th grade student who will be in Drama next year. I will go over all the details of the trip including dates, fund raising opportunities, and discounts for early registration. 
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  • California State University Long Beach, Mesa Jr. Event

    Congratulations to the following students: 

    Richard Mirzoian (7th grade)- 1st solo math Algebra

    Christopher Waked, Angel Perez, Anthony Tarbinian (6th grade)- 2nd place team math quest general math

    Jazmine Ramos (8th grade)- 1st Eye Model

    Brijal Shah (7th grade)- Speak Up

    View images from this event here
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  • Winners of the 27th Annual GUSD Honors Solo Recital

    The 27th Annual GUSD Honors Solo Recital was held on March 27, 2014, at Roosevelt Middle School, it featured some of our outstanding Wilson musicians. Students who were selected to participate in the annual All-Glendale Middle School Honors Band or Honors Orchestra were invited to audition for a solo competition. Finalists for the solo competition performed in a recital where they were judged by paid professionals. Winners of each group (piano, violin/viola, cello, flute, brass) were awarded trophies, and the overall winner received a grand prize of $300. Congratulations to all of Wilson musicians! Be sure to check out the amazing performance of the 27th All-Glendale Middle School Honors Band & Orchestra on April 12 at Glendale High at 7:00 PM.
     
     
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    Solo Recital Participants (L-R): Sarah Der Sarkissian (violin), Jordan Lo (cello), Meghan Imperio (violin), Valeria Lee (flute), Lucine Karapetian (violin), Robert Peralta (trumpet), Kane Gu (flute), Gregory Ohanian (violin), Richard Mirzoian (piano), Andrew Lee (cello), Paxton O'Bryan (trombone), with Ms. Kopcsak.

     
    Winners: Robert Peralta (brass), Andrew Lee (cello), Richard Mirzoian (Grand Prize)
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  • 2014 MESA (Math Engineering Science Achievement) Competition Winners:

    Christopher Waked (6) & Angel Perez (6) & Anthony Tarbinian(6)

    · 1st place in Team General Math Test

    Brijal Shah (7)

    · 3rd place Solo General Math test

    · 2nd place in Speak-up

    Gore Mikayelyan (8)

    · 3rd place Speak-up

    Richard Mirzolan (7)

    · 1st place EggXpress

    Mane Hayrapetyan(7)

    · 2nd place in Team General Math Test

    · 1st place EggXpress

    Anna Chakhoyan (8)  &  Taleen Amirkhanian (7)

    ·2nd place in Team General Math Test

    Jazmine Ramos (7)

    · 1st place in Eye Model

    Sarkis Chrikjian(8)

    -2nd place in Solo Algebra/Geometry test

    Click here to view pictures from the event

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  • SATURDAY, MAY 17, 2014 
    20TH ANNUAL 
    ADELANTE MUJER LATINA CONFERENCE

    Sponsored by the Pasadena Youth Center, the 20th annual Adelante Mujer LatinaConference will take place on Saturday, May 17th at Pasadena City College.
    The purpose of the AML Conference is to provide young women with the tools for personal and professional growth, challenge them to raise their expectations, promote leadership, and encourage them to pursue a post-high school education, so that they may achieve their goals and have a positive impact on their lives and the lives of others. Celebrating 20 years, Adelante Mujer Latina continues to be the largest attended event of its kind! We hope you'll be joining us!
    To learn more about AML visit www.adelantemujerlatina.org
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  • Wondering what to do this summer? Go to SCAMP Camp!

     The American Lung Association in California is happy to announce the 2014  Southern California Asthma Management Program(SCAMP) Camp will be Sunday, June 22trd through Friday, June 27th, 2014 at YMCA Camp Marston in Julian, CA (transportation is provided). SCAMP Camp is a special chance for children with asthma to be a part of an amazing summer experience.  SCAMP Camp is an overnight summer camp for children between the ages of 8 – 13 years old with moderate to severe asthma. 

    Applications are due May 9, 2014.

    Children are involved in traditional camp activities like hiking, swimming, arts and crafts and archery and learn skills on how to manage their asthma. Parents can rest assure while their kids have a great time because experienced volunteer medical staff comprised of doctors, nurses and respiratory therapist from your community are on hand 24/7. Check out It’s time for SCAMP Camp to see what Camp is all about.  Check the posters in front of Attendance Office.

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STATEMENT OF NON-DISCRIMINATION 
(Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973): The District does not discriminate against any person on the basis of gender, race, color, religion, national origin, ethnic group, actual or perceived sexual orientation, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability.  The District will take steps to assure that the lack of English will not be a barrier to admission and participation in district programs.  Complaints alleging noncompliance with this policy of nondiscrimination should be directed to Dr. Deb Rinder.  A Copy of the District's Uniform Complaint Policy is available by calling (818) 241-3111.  The District's Title IX Coordinator is Dr. Maria Gandera, (818) 241-3111.  The District's 504 Coordination is Dr. Amy Lambert, (818) 241-3111.