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Cradle School Event a Huge Success

Cradle School was a huge success Friday!  We read two books,  sang along to Head Shoulders, Knees, and Toes, and had a yummy snack. We then topped it off with Centers and enjoyed the beautiful fall weather outside on the playground. The next Cradle School will be held on 10/20/17 from 10-11:30. Please call the FRYSC Center at 859-336-7554 to sign up. 😊

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WCES Students Honor Community Heroes

On Monday, the safety focus for Safe Schools Week was HERO (we can all be heroes by standing up for what is right and being a friend to all). Students at WCES were able to dress up as hometown heroes. Mayor Wakefield and County Attorney, Bill Robinson took time out of their busy schedule to take pictures with students. Thanks Mayor Wakefield and Bill Robinson for being hometown heroes for our…

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Fifth Grade Entrepreneurs Donate Earnings to Charity

5th Grade Entrepreneur Fair Our 5th graders are some excellent entrepreneurs! They created their business and raised money to donate to charity! We are teaching students to be contributors to society…some of the most important learning they need!

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Third Grade Students Predict the Weather

Using Drawing to Communicate Thinking Third Graders in Mrs. Vincent’s room predicted the weather using data from the Weather Channel during their study of weather patterns. Here is some of their MINDS-ON work!

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Students Explore Different Ways to Learn…and Sit!

Differentiated Instruction Here is Mrs. Kim Abell’s First Graders learning…and sitting…in individualized ways. As we learn more about child development, we realize students learn in so many different ways. Our teachers do a wonderful job of meeting our students’ needs so they are comfortable to learn.

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Safe School Week is October 16th-20th

Safe Schools Week at Washington County Elementary October 16-20, 2017   Monday, 10/16/17 – Safety Focus: HERO We can all be heroes by standing up for what is right and being a friend to all. Dress like your favorite hometown hero who keeps us safe! (EXAMPLE: nurse, doctor, dentist, teacher, firefighter, military, police, mayor, judge executive) **NO REAL/TOY WEAPONS** Tuesday, 10/17/17 – Safety Focus: S.T.O.P. Tipline The S.T.O.P. Tipline is…

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Red Ribbon Week is October 23rd-27th!

WASHINGTON COUNTY SCHOOLS IS GOING RED FOR RED RIBBON WEEK!   PLEASE JOIN US IN WEARING RED ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25TH TO PROCLAIM THAT WE WILL RESPECT OURSELVES AND BE DRUG FREE!   WEAR A RED SHIRT, RED HAIR ASSESSORIES, RED SOCKS, RED JEWERLY, RED EVERYTHING! (HAIR COLORING AND FACE PAINT IS NOT ALLOWED- DRESS CODE RULES STILL APPLY)   Red Ribbon Week is a National Campaign organized by the…

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Congratulations to WCES Students of the Month- October 2017

  3rd Grade Student of the Month is Kloie Hutchins: Kloie is the daughter of Justice and Krysti Hutchins. Her favorite teachers are Mrs. Riney and Mrs. Woods and her favorite subjects are Math and Language Arts. Kloie also enjoys recess and reading at school. Her favorite interest/hobbies are baseball and basketball. When Kloie grows up, she wants to become a doctor.         4th Grade Student of…

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