Wood Middle School
The Wood Middle School Black Student Union (BSU) spent part of this spring learning about the origin and significance of Kente Cloth, a textile art and tradition that emerged among the Asante (also known as Ashanti) people during the 17th century.
During lunch on November 30, students at Wood Middle School (WMS) gathered for a student-centered celebration of Native American Heritage month.
The Wood Middle School (WMS) community gathered for a night of art and star gazing with the East Bay Astronomical Society. The event was a collaboration between the Wood Middle School PTA and Science Department.
Students in Wood Middle School (WMS) Technology and Design (TAD) classes took part in the Paper Truss Bridge Challenge at the school Nov. 8 to 10. For the past 12 weeks, TAD students had been studying bridge design, leading up to the bridge challenge.
Wood Middle School (WMS) teacher Marci Nettles created a GoFundMe page to raise money for an outdoor classroom within WMS’ garden space.