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.”
The votes have been counted and the winners have been announced! For students in grades K-2, the winners are: 1st place-Rainbow Fish by Christopher Roehm 2nd place-Maleficent by Diana Corona 3rd place-Charlotte’s Web by McKenzie Goff For students in grades 3-5, the winners are: 1st place-Queen of Hearts by Addison Bowman 2nd place-Charlotte’s Web by Sydney Chenowith 3rd place-There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly by Ethan Reid…
WCES students showed off their creativity by decorating pumpkins to represent a book character. Students did this activity at home and brought their pumpkins in to display and to be voted on. There were some amazing entries! Look for the winners in a future post!
WCES is proud to announce that we are a Proficient school, according to the results of last spring’s K-PREP (Kentucky Performance Rating for Educational Progress) assessment. Way to go, students and staff! See the results here…WCES Report Card
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October 28th will be high attendance day! Students may dress as the career they want to have when they are older. Start working on those costumes!
Don’t forget… All fundraiser money from the cookie and pie sales are due tomorrow! Please have all orders and money turned in! SBDM will meet tomorrow at 4:30 at WCES. Interested parents and staff members are welcome to attend. Learn more about WCES SBDM
WCES students will have the opportunity to visit the Washington County Public Library Bookmobile once per month. All they need is a library card! Students will be bringing home applications for library cards, or you can get one at the new public library, located on Main Street in Springfield. If your child already has a library card, they just need to bring it with them on bookmobile day. This is…
First and Second grade students and their families attended Literacy Night at WCES last night. Students and teachers came dressed as their favorite book character. They participated in pumpkin seed counting, fall dancing, story time, math games, and the book fair while parents met with teachers to discuss their child’s progress. Students earned rewards and a great time was had by all! Watch the website and social media for information…
Don’t forget… The Book Fair Opens Literacy Night for 1st and 2nd grades-dress like your favorite book character, 5:30-6:30pm Budget Committee Meeting, 6:00-6:30pm PTO Meeting, 6:30-7:30pm We hope to see you there!