The last day of Cradle School was so much fun! Ione Pinkston, from the Washington County Library came by and read some awesome Halloween books with the kids. She also did a Halloween sing along which was a hit! While the kids were having a blast in the classroom, Jessica Bickett from Lincoln Trail discussed car seat safety with the parents and provided them with all kinds of good resources….
The WCES Christmas toy drive will begin this month and end on December 8th. Please see the information below and consider donating to this cause!
WCES students are doing an Act of Kindness food drive for the month of November in honor of Thanksgiving. All food will be donated to the FRYSC Center’s food pantry. Please consider making a contribution to this cause!
Mrs. Newton’s class had their Special Friends’ Breakfast this morning! We appreciate our friends coming out on this dreary morning to support our students.
Thank you to our bus drivers for all they do!
Together, WCES and WCMS will honor veterans in a special Veteran’s Day Program on Friday, November 10th, at 1:30 in the school gymnasium. We would love for you to join us!
Holocaust survivor and author Fred Gross will be speaking about his book, One Step Ahead of Hitler: A Jewish Child’s Journey Through France, on Nov. 14 at 5:30 p.m. at the Washington County Public Library in Springfield. The event is free and open to the public. Gross, a resident of Louisville, knew little about his own story. It wasn’t until the late 1980s that he began to ask questions…
Click to see the November/December Lunch Menu
Pictures of the fun we had at WCES on Tuesday are still coming in! Check out these pictures from Mrs. Vincent, Mrs. Woods, and afternoon preschool!
Washington County Elementary and Washington County Preschool had a great time sharing our costumes and our plans for the evening yesterday! The kids had a great time seeing each other in costume and the teachers enjoyed it, too!