WC Middle School



Middle School Student of the Week

By Becca Gebel

            Caleb Lubbers was chosen by Mrs. Gallagher for middle school Student of the Week at Woodbury Central.

            Caleb was the only seventh grade student who scored a 100% on the genetics and heredity test in Life Science class. “Caleb has a great grasp on why and how traits and genes are handed down,” explained Mrs. Gallagher. “He is a hard worker and is willing to ask questions that led to a perfect test grade.”

            Caleb said, “I think Mrs. Gallagher runs a pretty good class. I really like the topic because it is interesting.”

MS SOW Sidnie Graff

By Dawson Petersen

Woodbury Central student Sidnie Graff is Student of the Week for her efforts in band.

Sidnie, an eighth grader, was chosen by Mrs. Wurth because “she is really an amazing student.” Mrs. Wurth says, “Sid is a well-rounded student who works hard for everything she gets,” and “she’s a great girl with a big heart.” Sidnie, who is in jazz band, concert band, and Band Council, has become a “great leader within the Wildcat Family.” Mrs. Wurth adds, “She works hard to make herself a better player and person constantly inside and outside school.” 


Student of the Week

By Lyndzy Flewelling


Woodbury Central Middle School English teacher Mrs. Hubert has chosen Joanna Leslie as the Middle School Student of the Week.

Joanna, a seventh grader, is chosen for her great work ethic and attitude that she has in class. “Jo has made a great effort to complete her work on time,” says Mrs. Hubert. Then she adds that Joanna “has improved her work ethic and improved her overall grade in Language.”



 WC 8th grade Logan Hammond, Jacob Wohlert, Emma Persons, Reagan Petersen, Sally Gallagher, Katlyn Champion(tall), Tori Bates

8th Grade Earth Science

By Nic Scheelhaase

            Recently at Woodbury Central, Mrs. Gallagher’s eighth grade Earth Science students became Middle School Students of the Week for creating topography maps of land area using cardboard. When asked how the students benefitted from this project, Mrs. Gallagher answered, this project helps the “students realize that in every area on earth, elevation is constantly changing.” Sally Gallagher’s favorite part of the project was “painting the topography maps.”      

            The students spent almost two weeks working on these projects in groups of four. When Mrs. Gallagher was asked how this project became part of the curriculum she answered, “Part of the curriculum for earth science is the constructive and destructive forces that are constantly at work on earth’s surface, but are driven by the convection currents within earth creating different topographies.”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                


Elementary and Middle School Q&A


By McKenna Alitz

What is your favorite season and why?

“Spring, because the flowers are blooming.” Payton Petersen, eighth grade

“Winter, I like to go sledding.” Madison Ploen, seventh grade

“Fall, because Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday and it’s football season.” Jase Manker, sixth grade

“I like summer because the pool is open and I like winter because it’s Christmas and you get presents and you can build snowmen.” Gunnar Pate, second grade

Middle school student of the week

Azaria Meals

By Lyndzy Flewelling

Woodbury Central sixth grader Azaria Meals has been chosen for Middle School Student of the Week by Mrs. Bock.

“Azaria has a great attitude towards reading,” says Mrs. Bock. Then Mrs. Bock adds that Azaria, who loves to read fantasy books, has read the most books of all middle school students. Currently, Azaria has read 36 books since August.



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