Washington Street Elementary - December 17, 2021
We wish you a Merry Christmas...
Winter Break Reading Challenge
Congratulations to the following students for being selected as their classroom PRIDE winner for the week!
P - Positive Attitude
R - Responsible Actions
I - Integrity Within
D - Determination to Succeed
E - Expect Excellence
Kindergarten: Catalina Santiago, Emma Crippin, Lea Truax
1st grade: Shayna VanHeulen-Siebert, Ryder Wilson, Maddie Ruiz
2nd grade: Raegan Hanson, Prestyn Johnson, Izzie Bodine
3rd grade: Keaton McKeown, Brady Pfefferman, Landon Creech
4th grade: Alana Garcia, Brady Jones, Gavriel Lancaster
5th grade: Elija Twell, Nolan Harder, Ethyn Murk
Bittersweet & Timber Ridge Ski Clubs
COUNSELOR’S CORNER - ANGIE BENDER
Getting kids to count their blessings can make them happier and less materialistic. The great thing about gratitude is you can learn it, practice it and cultivate it in your child. Research shows that grateful children are more satisfied with their lives, use their strengths to better their community, are more engaged in their schoolwork and hobbies, have higher grades, and are less envious, depressed, and materialistic. Here is a quick 1-minute video with ideas on learning and practicing gratitude.
BUILDING BULLDOG READERS AND WRITERS
Little Dawg Basketball
Students who qualify for free or reduced lunch must enroll each year. The deadline is Sept. 30th