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Exciting News and Changes in Athletics Schedule Next Week!

Posted by Windermere Preparatory School on Feb 22 2016 at 05:02AM PST in 2015-2016 Season

Dear WPS Family,

Please join me in congratulating our Boys’ Varsity Basketball Team on their Regional Final win and qualifying for the Class 3A State Championship Final Four in Lakeland next week. This is yet another “first” for WPS Athletics in the 2015-2016 year. We hope you will join us in Lakeland this Tuesday night at 8:00 P.M. at the Lakeland Civic Center for another win, as we advance to the Championship Game on Thursday at 5:00 P.M.

With this addition to our schedule, we are going to adjust the visit of Mr. Reggie Roberts’ Parent Information Session. Originally, this event was to be held in the Learning Commons this Tuesday at 7:00 P.M. We are now inviting all parents who are available to attend an Information Session on Wednesday February 24th from 11:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M in the Learning Commons. This will be after Mr. Roberts has addressed all of our Middle School and High School students during morning assemblies.

This is an event that parents should not miss. Whether you are able to attend a morning assembly with the students or the Information Session for the parents, please join us if you can. His expertise in Social Media in society is very valuable resource for our community.

Windermere Preparatory School is proud to welcome Reggie Roberts, President and CEO of Double R Communications, Inc. Roberts has also professionally served as the VP of Football Communications for the Atlanta Falcons, Director of Communications for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Director of Information for the National Football Conference of the National Football League in New York City. He will be coming to WPS to speak with parents on Wednesday February 24th at 11:30 am in the Learning Commons, after addressing both Middle and High School students during assemblies that morning. Roberts will be talking to all about the high importance of social media responsibility as a student and as a college-bound athlete.