Students in Mrs. Metcalf’s 3rd grade class make up a group of engineers who were successful in building a model of the Mayflower that carried pilgrims, animals, and cargo. Congratulation on a job well done!
WCES Students honored veterans last week for Veteran’s Day. Students dressed in their red, white, and blue to share songs and messages with our veterans. WCES says THANK YOU to all members of our military, past and present.
WCES third grade students and teachers had the honor of hosting several guest speakers recently. Each speaker was a part of their study on Washington County. They are members of our community who each serve in their own way. Thank you for visiting and sharing with us!
Join us at WCHS on Friday, November 18th at 8pm for our Community wide PEP RALLY to kick off the 2016-17 Commander Basketball season. ~ Player Introductions ~ Skills and drills contests ~ Blue/white scrimmage ~ Commander and Commanderette Hype videos ~ Concessions ~ Performance by WCHS Cheerleaders ~ WCHS Band Admission: $1.00 per person plus a canned good donation
District Literacy Night for all Washington County Schools will be held Thursday, December 8, 2016 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Washington County High School 300 W US Highway 150 Bypass, Springfield, KY 40069. FREE Literacy Activities, Crafts, and Christmas Cookie decorating for Grades Preschool through 8, supported with Title I funds. ~Parents can visit community information booths while their children play. ~Parents can attend informational sessions on Internet Safety/Cyberbullying, GEAR-UP,…
Title I Literacy Night for students in grades third, fourth, and fifth, will be held on Monday, November 14th, from 5:30-6:30pm. The event will have an aviation theme and students will be participating in a paper airplane contest. While students are participating in the activities, the parents will have an opportunity to meet with teachers to receive their child’s MAP scores. There will also be information provided on the programs…
To support Red Ribbon Week, students were invited to participate in a coloring contest, create a poster, or write an essay. The theme for Red Ribbon Week was YOLO-You Only Live Once. Congratulations to all of our winners!
Students and staff were asked to wear red in support of Red Ribbon Week, to continue to fight against drugs.
Students and Staff at WCES “Teamed Up” against drugs to support Red Ribbon Week. Everyone was asked to wear something in support of their favorite team! We saw lots of different teams but the UK Wildcats seem to be a favorite around here!
Last week was Red Ribbon Week to support being drug free. On Friday, students at WCES were asked to dress as the career they would like to have in the future. There were a lot of different careers represented, and everyone had fun showing off their “career wear.”