Students in Mrs. Chasity Smith and Mrs. Barbara Myers co-taught Kindergarten class were rewarded for their achievements on the MAP Assessment with bubbles! They thought this was a great way to celebrate their success! Way to go Kindergarten!
PLEASE NOTE: THE LAST DAY OF SCHOOL WILL BE THURSDAY, MAY 18th. THIS WILL BE A FULL DAY FOR STUDENTS!! THERE WILL NOT BE SCHOOL ON FRIDAY, MAY 19th!
WCES students who scored either Proficient or Distinguished on the 2015-16 K-PREP Assessment were recognized in a special ceremony last week. The assessment for grades 3-8 is a blended model built with norm-referenced test and criterion-referenced test items which consist of multiple-choice, extended-response, and short answer items. It is a purchased test with national norms and is customized for Kentucky (education.ky.gov/aa/assessments/pages/k-prep.aspx). These students are to be commended for their hard…
Third grade students were presented a book challenge at the beginning of the year. They were challenged to take at least 30 reading tests on Reading Counts after reading 30 books. These students met or exceeded the challenge! Way to go super readers!
This is open to the public, you do not have to have a child at WCES, but tshirts are limited!! Don’t forget this is the last week to turn in your registration form for early turn in fee for color run! You can register day of but price will change!! Let’s make this a huge success for the future!! Forms were sent home! Extra copies are at Kort PT, Springfield…
Registration is now open for the Washington County Schools 2017 Summer Academy! The academies are available at no cost to Washington County students. Registration forms are due to your school NO LATER than May 12, 2017. Space is limited; all are encouraged to apply early. WCSD Summer Registration Form 2017 flyer
WCES Spring Fling was a huge success! Everyone had a great time playing games, eating snacks, winning prizes, and shopping! Thanks to the PTO for putting on such a great event, the volunteers for helping it run so smoothly, and of course the students and their families for making it so much fun!
Students in Mrs. Pinkston’s kindergarten class had a surprise visitor this week! A special guest from the Washington County Public Library came to read with them while they were outside enjoying the beautiful weather. It was a very special treat and the kids were very excited!
Congressman Brett Guthrie visited WCES today, where he spoke to fifth grade students from both WCES and NWES. Congressman Guthrie spoke to students about the formation and powers of the government. We appreciate him sharing his time and knowledge with us!