WCES students and their families are spreading acts of kindness by donating canned food and Christmas toys to our local youth during this holiday season! What a wonderful way to make a difference in our community! Thanks to all the families who have donated so far to this wonderful cause!
The WATCH Dog Program that was launched at WCES and WCMS this year has been a huge success! Thanks to all of the volunteers that have taken time out of their busy schedules to come and set a good example for our students. It’s not too late to call and schedule a date to volunteer! Please contact Jesse Mattingly, FRYSC Coordinator for more information. #wcpride
3rd Grade Student of the Month is Lucas Tatum: Lucas is the son of Glory and Timothy Tatum. His favorite teachers are Mrs. Vincent and Mrs. Newton and his favorite subject is Language Arts. Lucas enjoys reading and seeing his friends at school. His favorite interest/hobby is playing video games. When Lucas grows up, he wants to become a builder. 4th Grade Student of the Month is Tobia Railey:…
The Title 1 night was based on the book series “39 Clues.” Students went on a clue scavenger hunt throughout the school. They were trying to decode a mystery word which would lead them to a prize. Each clue contained a piece of the puzzle or a code to help with the clue. The kids had a great time with this activity and we are glad everyone came for this…
Pictures from the Veterans Wall at WCES/WCMS today, as well as some of the artwork made by students. The entire Veterans Day Program can be viewed on our Facebook page: WCES Facebook Page
5th grade students at WCES raised over $400 for Camp Quality Kentuckiana, an organization that provides kids with illnesses an opportunity to “act like a kid”, during their Entrepreneur Fair in September. Eddie Bobbitt, a representative from the organization, stopped by the school last week to speak to students and was presented with a check from the students! Way to go WCES 5th graders! #WCESontheHill #WCPride
Mrs. Metcalf’s 4th grade students rocked out after they presented their instrument. They will continue to use their instruments as they learn about sound.
The last day of Cradle School was so much fun! Ione Pinkston, from the Washington County Library came by and read some awesome Halloween books with the kids. She also did a Halloween sing along which was a hit! While the kids were having a blast in the classroom, Jessica Bickett from Lincoln Trail discussed car seat safety with the parents and provided them with all kinds of good resources….
The WCES Christmas toy drive will begin this month and end on December 8th. Please see the information below and consider donating to this cause!