January 10, 2022

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Dates to Remember

January 13: 2nd 9 Weeks Awards Ceremony

January 14: Lil' Dribbler Performance @ 7:00pm

January 17: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, NO SCHOOL

January 24: Lil' Dribbler Performance at 7:00pm

January 27: Lil' Dribbler Performance at 7:00pm

January 28: Spirit Day

January 31: Lil' Dribbler Performance at 7:00pm

Breakfast Menu

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Breakfast Changes

Monday, January 10th: Sausage Biscuit will replace Scrambled Eggs w/Toast


Wednesday, January 12th: Scrambled Eggs w/Toast will replace Ham, Egg, & Cheese Biscuit


Thursday, January 13th: Scones will replace Cheese or Western Omelet with Toast and Jelly

Lunch Menu

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Teacher Feature

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Mrs. Hartman gave the TREES Award to Mrs. Kelley!

Mrs. Hartman said, "I am passing the tree to Mrs. Amber Kelley. She has taken on her new role at Wooster Elementary with grace. She is very kind and is always smiling and respectful. I love working with her and appreciate her positive attitude."

The Wooster Window

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Hour of Code

Students learned about computer science in library block by participating in the worldwide Hour of Code through code.org. 4th and 5th graders used JavaScript as their coding language, while other students used blocks representing their code. The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. It has since become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science! This is our 7th year of coding at Wooster Elementary!

How to Support Learning at Home

RISE Newsletter

Each month, the RISE (Reading Initiative for Student Excellence) Team produces a newsletter to explore and promote the Science of Reading in Arkansas.


The January RISE Newsletter is now available! This edition of the "RISE Arkansas" newsletter is all about Morphology which is the study of words and their parts. To understand morphology, one needs to understand that words are made up of morphemes. A morpheme is a word or part of a word that has meaning and cannot be broken down into smaller parts. Adding morphemes to base or root words changes the meaning of words.


To find this month's newsletter, check out the RISE Arkansas website or follow the link below.

RISE January Newsletter


All of the previous RISE Newsletters can be found on the RISE website here.

Mrs. Trexler's Counseling Corner

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Leadership Principals for a Day
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