Wildwood Wildcats Booster Club
Wildwood Middle High School Wildwood, Florida
Jack Giampalmia donated $1000 to Ashley Bunting and the music department from charity event he put on with Shades of Blue Orchestra.
Pictured: Shirley Keith, Jack Giampalmia, Ashley Bunting and Woody High
WMHS Band, Students and Boosters sent the State Science Fair Participants to the competition in Lakeland
At the Wildwood Community Center (not at the school this month)
This meeting will cover normal business and visit from our cheerleaders
followed by BINGO. (Bingo after the meeting not B4)
If you plan to stay for Bingo please bring a dessert to share and $5 to be used for prizes.
Meeting starts at 5:30 and Bingo will start at 6:30 (to 8:30)
We will provide bottled water - beyond that please bring your own (non-alcohol)
This is a very busy time of the year and we are combining a few activities into this meeting.
Note to Athletic Committee members…please come to this meeting at 5:00
(1/2 hour ahead of the booster club main meeting)
for your end of March meeting. Sorry no pizza.
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Enviornmental Science Field Trip on April 19
Science Fair Update
Fellow Wildwood Boosters - here are the Wildwood students going on to the State Science Fair in Lakeland April 4 and the International Science Fair in Dallas beginning May 13th. Here are the Junior Division Winners (pictures attached in order).
Abigail Lacayo Biomedical and Health Sciences
Gerardo Cardoso Cellular/Molecular Biology and Biochemistry
Sophia Stephens Chemistry
Lily Kosa Earth and Environmental Sciences
Jaycee Woody Plant Sciences
Here are the Senior Division Winners (pictures attached in order).
Kadie Mariano Animal Sciences
Jaden Brooks Behavioral and Social Sciences
Nariecia Brown Behavioral and Social Sciences
Delbie Zayas and Jesel Otero Cellular/Molecular Biology ad Biochemistry (unfortunately no picture)
Brandon Martinez and Raquel Rowland Engineering
Jose Carvajal-Beltran Physics and Astronomy
Wildwood had by far the best results of any schools in Sumter and Marion Counties at the Regional Science Fair in Ocala.
Thanks to all of you who participated as judges. You've played a significant role in helping these young people become interested in STEM careers. Many of the senior students who presented at the science fairs are going to college next year in science and engineering fields.
Thank you - Woody High, Wildwood Wildcats Booster Club
Remember 9/11 Program
Wildwood City Hall
The City of Wildwood held a ceremony Friday Sept. 9 to remember 9/11. WMHS Drum Major, Emily Clayton, played The Star-Spangled Banner on trumpet and closed the program with Taps. Wildwood Band Director, Ms. Bunting, performed God Bless America on the saxophone.
Congratulations on three great performances!
Booster Club member Edwin Keiler on behalf of his employer SRM Concrete, presents the WWBC with a substantial gift in support of football and the establishment of a truck driver scholarship
Ms Keeler's Env. Science Students visited the UF Natural History Museum.
Everyone enjoyed the trip.
Special thanks to Woody High for helping organize this trip with the museum
Everyone in the WWBC should be proud to be recognized by the Sumter County School Board
The new Wildcat Mascot was donated by the Booster Club this year
Several Boosters, coordinated by Woody High, served as judges at the science fair
DEBATE TEAM NEWS
--Other Debate Team News--
The coach of the year is Illiana Miranda
The following students were selected as:
Humorous Interpretation - Nationals Alternate - Esly Villeda
Domestic Extemporaneous - Nationals Alternate - AmandaLesly Miranda
Below are the results for WMHS at the
held Wednesday March 30
Congratulations to all our Students!
Informative - 1st Place - Malakhi Gibson
Just Talk - 2nd Place - Oscar Rubio Flores
Impromptu - 1st Place - AmandaLesly Miranda
Impromptu - 2nd Place - Esly Villeda
Pictured are 4 people on the left (2 adults included) from the FFA and 4 science fair students who made presentations to the Booster Club membership. We were happy to hear about these students' projects.
We are proud of them. Competition for these students continue.
March Membership Meeting Guests
2022 SUMTER COUNTY STATE SCIENCE FAIR COMPETITORS & RESULTS
Leaving for the multi-day competition
Congratulations to our amazing students.
Our science fair competitors
Results from the competition
Brandon Martinez – Special Award $25 for excellence in Sustainable Research
Kadie Mariano – 6th place in Microbiology
Ariana Zarazua – 5th palce in Plant Sciences
Jordan Riche - $14,000 UCF Pegasus Scholarship - 4th place in Chemistry
Sophia and Olivia McGill – 6thplace – Engineering
Julia Temple – 5th place – Chemistry
Abby Lacayo – 4th place Biochemistry
A small group of ladies met Coach Ondriezek and some of the girls softball team at a discount card fundraiser. They were so impressed with the coach, team and the team plans that they got together with some of their friends and donated $10,000 in equipment and cash. This group, pictured behind the girls and coach shown above, call themselves the “Title Niners”.
Thank you Title Niners!
Our 2022 Girls Softball Team
Booster Club Social was a Success
Live music and good desserts for 71 of us who attended our first Booster Club Social last Friday March 18
Special Thanks to Artie Morello who organized this special event
We honored Pete & Kathy Beinetti with the plaque pictured to the left. It will be mounted on the bronze Wildcat in the school atrium
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MEMBERSHIP MEETING MAY 15TH @ 5:30 IN THE WMHS MEDIA CENTER
CHEERLEADERS WILL BE AT WINN DIXIE IN PINELLAS PLAZA SUNDAY, MAY 21 @ 9:00 FOR A FUNDRAISER FOR SUMMER CHEER CAMP.
WMHS DRAMA CLUB
The classic board game is brought to life in
AFTER A FEW YEARS THE WMHS DRAMA CLUB WILL BE BACK ON STAGE
May 14 at 4:00 and May 16 at 6:30
at the Wildwood Auditorium, 98 S. Warfield.
Tickets are $5 at the door
HELP THE WMHS DEBATE TEAM GET TO THE NATIONAL TOURNAMENT:
The Wildwood Middle High School Debate Team was formed during the 2021 fall semester. Their coach is Illiana Miranda, who that year was selected as “The New Coach of the Year” by the National Speech and Debate Association.
Since the start of the 2022 school year, they have attended 20 tournaments, earning 11 First Place and 8 Second Place.
They qualified to go to the National tournament in Arizona in June. They will be doing a fundraiser Saturday April 29 at the
Farmers Market at Brownwood Square to pay for their travelling expenses. If you cannot attend, you can mail a check
made out to WWBC, POB 417, Wildwood, Fl 34785, with a note: Debate Team.
Sumter County Fair
WMHS Award Winners
Congratulations to all the WMHS students who participated.
Our Science Fair Students
Excel in Regional Competition
Wildwood Middle High School sent 14 senior division projects and 9 middle school projects to the Regional Science Fair in Ocala.
We had 12 senior and 5 junior finalists.
7 senior projects and 4 junior projects are moving on to compete at the State level.
We also have 2 senior projects and 2 alternates selected to compete at the International Science & Engineering Fair.
They will compete with students from over 80 countries.
STATE TEAM AND ISEF TEAM
JORDAN RICHE – ISEF TEAM ARIANA ZARAZUA-BENITEZ – ISEF TEAM
BRANDON MARTINEZ – ISEF TEAM KADIE MARIANO - ISEF TEAM
TRINITY SKAGGS ARYONNA MCCOY JOSH DOUCET
Alternate – AMANDA MIRANDA and LERIN BYRD
ABIGAIL LACAYO OLIVIA MCGILL SOPHIA MCGILL
JULIA TEMPLE JOSEPH WISE
SOUP SOUP SOUP
Every year Mrs. Ellis, AVID Advisor, puts on a fundraiser in which bowls of homemade soup are sold to the teachers during their lunch period for $5.00. This money goes to Senior Stoles, College Visits, and end of year AVID Senior Banquet.
A Tasty Event
Notice the soup on the shelf. They were not out of stock
15 soups were donated by Booster members and teachers. Teachers commented this should be done more often. Some told us that several students questioned why they didn’t get any
A total of $174 was sold and is matched by a Booster Club member for a Soup Day total of $348
Thanks to the members who donated soup and thanks to those who helped serve and organize this event
State Final Game
Girls fall just short in a 39-38 loss to Ponce de Lion Friday night
We are proud of this team for a great season