5/23/16 - 5/29/16
Our Mission: to Engage Students' Minds, Muscles, and Imaginations
Asset Builder of the Week - Asset #42 - Grit - Micah Fulwiler
Hi! My name is Micah Fulwiler, and I won asset builder of the week for Grit back in February. Grit is sticking with things even when times get rough. I’ve played basketball the last two years and I never gave up even when we were losing. I am on the Junior Youth Leadership Board so I can be a role model for having grit. I’ve persistently collected money for the Humane Society because I believe it’s a good cause. I even won the Rotary Club’s student of the month award because I always do the best I can at school. You can have grit, too, by working hard and never giving up!
Message from the School Nurse
Dear Parent/Guardians : If your son/daughter has been taking medication at school for the 2015-2016 school year, please keep in mind the following:
** Medication cannot be sent home with students.
** Parents may pick up medication from the clinic June 3rd.
** Between June 3rd-30th, you must contact the school secretary to arrange a pick up time.
** Any remaining medication will be discarded June 30th.
** New medication forms must be filled out for the next school year.
Here's What's Going on in our Classrooms!
1st graders are "Emptying Out School Library" for our summer reading program. Look at those excited faces!
2nd graders learning about rain gauges. They asked to build so we did.
The 3rd graders were SO excited to share their PBL projects with the school. They're now the experts on Health and Wellness. Jadyn, Kristen and Zeina can tell you all about how to take care of your skin.
4th grade students providing peer feedback after completing their Making Thinking Visible "Headlines" activity.
5th graders listen intently to Mr. Hatcher who is talking to them about Fire Safety.
Jailyn petting the bunny during her Humane Society Field Trip.
Humane Society Field Trip
Here are the wonderful girls presenting a check to The Humane Society. Thank you for all you do for your community.
4th and 5th grade had Field Day at WCHS. Looks like they had fun!
Lunch with Mr. Glover
This hard working group of students got to enjoy a special picnic lunch with the Mr. Glover