Woodmont High School’s Boys and Girls' Track and Field teams will begin practice on February 1st, Mondays through Fridays from 4pm-6pm. The meeting place for practices will be on the high school track. We are inviting any interested middle school athletes to participate in practices.
A completed physical packet, completed by a physician, parent, and athlete, is required for participation. The packets can be found and printed from either the Woodmont High School web pages or below:
Any further questions may be emailed to the Director of Track and Field, Coach Adrian DesChamps (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Check out the new edition of The Weekly Wildcat newsletter that is now available. It is filled with information to stay up-to-date about things that are happening at Woodmont Middle School.
The Weekly Wildcat
Wildcats! This is a year you're going to talk about for a long time. Grab a copy of the 2020-2021 yearbook while they're still available!
Ms. Leeder's Sixth Grade STEAM class studied a variety of ways that pollution is hurting our environment and then created websites to educate the Woodmont Community about why these topics are important and how we all can help be better citizens.
Congratulations to our student-athletes who made the 2020-21 basketball teams!
Girls' Team: Jaleea Broughton, Savanah Camden, Dior Dumas, Aamiyah Harper, Daijah Littlejohn, Jayda Miller, Zaria Miller, Tatelyn Patrridge, Tyana Pullman, Gabriela Stewart, Aniya Williams, Alicia Young
Manager: Tiyana Lewis
Coach: Billy Gibson
Boys' Team: Jacoria Carter, Camron Clayton, Micah Donald, Brett Erickson, Joenahvi Johnson, Luke Moon, Zacharias Martin, Amari McDonald, Jadyn Ric, Kiandre Thompson, D'ontez Walker, Auston Williams
Manager: Andrew Burdick
Coach: Billy Gibson
12/7 vs. Hillcrest @ AWAY12/10 vs. Bryson @ HOME
12/14 vs. Ralph Chandler @ HOME
12/17 vs. Rudolph Gordon @ AWAY
1/14 vs. Hillcrest @ HOME
1/21 vs. Bryson @ AWAY
1/25 vs. Ralph Chandler @ AWAY
1/28 vs. Rudolph Gordon @ HOME - 8th Grade Night!
2/10 Playoffs Begin
Parents are asked to report any COVID-19 exposures as well as quarantines within the home to the school principal.
The CDC recommends avoiding all non-essential travel and both the CDC and SC DHEC asks persons returning from international travel within the past 14 days to monitor their health, stay home as much as possible and wear a mask while in public. Staff and students can return to school after U.S. or international travel provided they have not been knowingly exposed to COVID-19 and do not have symptoms of illness, in addition to adhering to all precautionary measures in place at the school.
Parents are strongly encouraged to screen their students daily, at home, for COVID-19 symptoms (see below). If a student takes a COVID-19 test because he/she is symptomatic, the student should not be physically present in school until the test results are returned.
Keep students at home if they present with any of the following symptoms:
Per DHEC regulations, any staff or student identified as having spent 15 minutes or more within six feet of a positive case are considered close contacts and will be excluded from school for a minimum of 14 days. Students and staff who were not close contacts will be allowed to remain at school. We will be sure and let you know if these notification requirements change. Additional information is available on the GCS Parent Resource webpage.