T.J. Yates is no stranger to the Washington Co Spelling Bee. He stated that he was the representative from WCES last year, as a 4th grader, and knew what to expect this year, as a 5th grader. At first, he said he was a little nervous about this year’s competition because he was competing against students in 6th and 7th grades. However, he said he was confident when he heard the winning word, lethargy,…
WCES Kindergarten students celebrated the 100th day of school this week with several fun activities!
Springfield Mayor Debbie Wakefield, and Springfield natives Angie Logan Edwards and Alma Burton Edelen visited WCES last week to speak to students about nationally and internationally significant African-American women! Each speaker challenged students to be the best version of themselves and to use their gifts to bring about better communities and a better world. The first session highlighted Springfield native Senator Georgia Davis Powers. #WCPride
On Friday, February 2nd, we will not be having the cheese sticks. We will replace the cheese sticks with a hotdog/bun on that day. Sorry for any inconvenience!
Officer Daniel Stark and Officer Brian Abell stopped by WCES recently to visit with the students. The students really enjoy having these special visitors drop by from time to time!
Kindergarten registration for Washington County Elementary School and North Washington will be held on Friday, February 23 from 8:00 to 4:00. Please stop by the school in which your child will be enrolling during this time. Please remember your child must be 5 years of age by Aug. 1 in order to attend kindergarten in the fall. Items that need to be brought into registration State birth…
PLEASE NOTE: Yesterday, your child should have brought home his or her 2nd nine weeks report card and Commander Day lessons #6-10. Commander Day lessons #1-6 will be due on Monday, Feb. 5