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Circleville City Schools News Article

Where It's At Wednesday Lineup

 Where it's at Weds.
Each and every Wednesday this summer, Circleville Middle School will be hosting "Where It's At Wednesday's" from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the school featuring a rotation of cool events and food for all incoming 6th through 8th graders. 
 

Additionally, students will who read the book Artemis Fowl  and complete the accompanying project can turn in it in at any meetingAll students who complete the project will be taken to see the movie Artemis Fowl in August.

 

For transportation purposes, a bus will pick up students that would like to attend and will follow the following route:

  • 10:30 Kingston Court
  • 10:32 Ohio Heights
  • 10:38 Twin  Oaks
  • 10:50 Elsea’s.

Route will be reversed at 1:00. 

 

Parents with students attending are encouraged to RSVP through each week's event on our Facebook event tab so we can prepare food and materials. (click the link here to RSVP


Where It's At Wednesday Schedule 
June 26: Come play Wii and Laser Tag with Mrs. Davis and Mr. Bruner. Genius Hour supplies will also be available!  Bourbon Chicken will be available as a free lunch at 12:30.
 
July 3: No meeting due to 4th of July holiday 
 
 July 10: Miss Corbett and Mrs. Paxton are hosting the 2nd paint activity, Nailed It! Students will be given supplies to recreate a famous painting to the best of their ability. Awards will be handed out for: Most Accurate, Most Unique, and Most Wacky.
 
 July 17: Come see if you can Name that Tune with Mr. Good, Mrs. Anderson, and Mrs. Wastier. A free lunch will be served at 12:30.
 
 July 24: Mrs. Valentine and Mrs. Davis will be hosting a Songwriter’s Workshop featuring Micah Kesselring. Micah’s bio: Micah Kesselring, 25, has performed blues music since he was 14 years old. Raised in the Appalachia foothills of southeastern Ohio, Kesselring quickly made his way onto the Columbus blues music scene after playing smaller hometown shows, and became acquainted with the Columbus Blues Alliance. He soon made his way down to Memphis, TN for the International Blues Challenge, representing the Columbus Blues Alliance in the Youth Showcase category. Following a performance at the Blues City Cafe on Beale Street, he was awarded the inaugural Generation Blues scholarship at the age of 15 to the Centrum Port Townsend Acoustic Blues Festival & Workshop in Port Townsend, Washington, which was presented to him by Cassie Taylor at the IBC band finals. Micah later went on to perform as a special guest with the Otis Taylor Band at the Blues Music Awards in May of 2009, and performed at numerous festivals, including the Heritage Music Bluesfest in Wheeling, WV, the Traditional Acoustic Blues Festival in Worthington, OH, the Grey Skies Blues Fest in Tacoma, WA, Creekside Blues & Jazz Fest.
 
 July 31: For the last meeting Mrs. Wastier and Mrs. Paxton will be hosting a color war! Bring any books back that you have checked out and be sure to wear old clothes you can get ruined. You will get messy! Students will participate in a colored water gun fight and go down a paint filled slip n slide.

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