School picture proofs have arrived and will be coming home with your student this week! The orders are due back on Thursday, November 2nd. Please be sure to send your child’s picture order back before this date if you would like to order pictures!
Washington County Elementary Families- Did you know you can opt-in for a text version of our One Call announcements? To do this all you need to do is text the word “Alert” to the number 22300. You will still get the One Call voice calls. The text version will contain a shorter version of the One Call.
The link below will take you to the official Facebook page for Washington County Elementary School. Look for the official WCES logo as our profile picture!! PLEASE LIKE AND SHARE so everyone stays up to date on the latest news and events! https://m.facebook.com/Washington-County-Elementary-School-166608577115898/?ref=bookmarks
Monday night, some of our WCES students shared what Mrs. Burns has taught them in class. The students were studying how to play instruments and read music. Monday’s performance included playing the steel drums, bucket drums, keyboards, and xylophones. The students played the song “Respect” for the board members and parents. They performed very well and represented what they are leaning very well. Thank you to all of these students…
Grit means determination. Perseverance. Hard work. And most of all, resilience — bouncing back from problems and failures. The Grit Game Show is a motivational assembly about resilience where your students become contestants in an onstage game show! We equip kids to keep going when the going gets tough. During our assembly, student volunteers will compete in these onstage games. Choose Your Future We’ll help your students think about their long-term…
Thursday’s focus for safe schools week was, “Discipline-Put Behavior Problems to Rest.” Students demonstrated their understanding and participation by dressing like “midnight” in all dark colors. These days are fun for the students and help promote safety in our schools.
On October 17th the Safe Schools Weeks focus was S.T.O.P. (The S.T.O.P Tipline is a safe place to report bullying, violence, and other problems). Students were able to wear red and white like a stop sign! The students did a great job dressing the part!
Students in Mrs Metcalfs class got to enjoy breakfast with their invited special guests today. We love having breakfast guests and appreciate those who attended!
WCES students have been painting rocks as part of a school beautification project. The rocks are being placed in the landscaping near the school. Take a look at the beautiful color and creativity! Thanks to Mrs. Burns for her guidance in this project!