Tag Archives: middle school

Tutor Kids at Woodrow Wilson

3164_91999960742_6161013_nI heard that Noam Sandweiss-Back ’15 peaked in middle school:

Let’s be real, middle school kind of sucks. The Woodrow Wilson  Tutoring Partnership is looking for new tutors who know what we’re talking about. Get close to two awesome middle schoolers in a mentoring/tutoring role and provide some support in your favorite subjects. Its just four hours a week and hellz yeah, it qualifies for work study. 

Volunteer and Paid Leadership Opportunities at Keigwin Middle School

bulliesSixth grade is rarely the best year in a person’s life, and most would agree that it would have gone a bit smoother with the help of older, nicer, cooler friends. Now is your opportunity to be that friend to some of the students at the Keigwin Middle School, home to nearly every sixth-grader in Middletown. Keigwin’s after-school program is looking for volunteers from Wesleyan to provide homework help, discuss their own educational experiences, and even teach enrichment mini-courses on Tuesdays and/or Thursdays from 2:35 to 4:45 pm. The program is also providing small stipends for two students to serve as coordinators for this semester and next year.

There will be an info meeting for volunteers and coordinators on Monday, March 24. If you’d like to be considered for a coordinator position, send a brief paragraph on your interest in the position and experience with tutoring to Rob Arpin at arpinr[at]mpsct[dot]org and Rosy Capron ’14 at scapron[at]wesleyan[dot]edu by noon on Monday.

Date: Monday, March 24
Time: 7:30 PM – 8:15 PM
Place: 41 Wyllys Room 112

Reading of ‘Silent Sounds’ Written Works Tuesday Evening

A message from Pamela Tatge at the CFA about a great event happening Tuesday:

Celebrate the writing excellence of students in Middletown Public Schools, grades 6 through 12, and hear their winning submissions of essays, short stories and poetry from the annual literary magazine, Silent Sounds. Middletown High theater students will be reading excerpts of the writers winning submissions.

The Center for the Arts has been publishing books compiling students’ works for the past 13 years in collaboration with the English Department of Middletown Public Schools, with support from Community And University Services for Education. This event is co-sponsored by the Center for the Arts, Community and University Services for Education, and the Middletown Public Schools Cultural Council.

What: Silent Sounds student written works celebration
Where: CFA Hall
When: Tuesday, May 7, 6:30 p.m.

WestCo Cafe Rave: Middle School Dance

From Steve Jobs and Jason Kilbourne ’14:

Yo. This is Steve Jobs. Believe it or not, when I was in Middle School I was a G. Backroom passes, squeezin asses, you know the deal. But you? I saw you. Bein a lil bitch, doin homework, trying to talk to girls. Remember when I asked your crush on a date? Never called her again.

Well this is your chance to make up for bein a dweeb and come kick some ass at the WestCo Café this Saturday, Middle School Style. Fucking wilin’, fight-startin, ass-shakin, condom-wrappers-on-the-floor music you feel me fam? oh and slow dances.

10-11:20 Guy Fridge (UK Bass/Garage/Juke/Kuduru/Freshman)

11:20-12:30 j666n (Crazy House/Moombah/Baile/Bass)

12:30-2 Bastille (Wesleyan/Dancefloor/Legend)

This event is FREE, FUN, and SWAG. Come on time cause we gon’ reach capacity.

Date: Oct. 15
Time: 10:00PM – 2:00 AM
Place: WestCo Café