Day 1 of Mrs. Metcalf’s 3rd grade student biography projects. Each student selected a famous person to present to their classmates. The students have done an amazing job!!! Check back later this week to see more 3rd grade student projects!
3rd grade students in Mrs. Metcalf’s classes learned about patterns using the motion of a marble.They send it down the track multiple times to see how it might change or stay the same each time.
Don’t miss out on your chance to meet some real pro wrestlers in person! Wrestling is coming to Washington County on Saturday, April 15th at Washington County Elementary School Gym. Advance tickets are being sold for $15.00 to Meet & Greet the wrestlers and get your chance to take pictures with them. These tickets will also get you priority seating in the first and second rows of ringside seats. …
The program is taking place at WCES in the gym on April 11th from 6pm-7pm. This is open to WCES, WCMS, and WCHS parents. North Washington is also having this program for their parents on April 25th in their gym from 6pm-7pm.Please contact the FRYSC with any questions! Click the link below for more information! Stop Bullies Flyer
Congratulations to the winners of the Krispy Kreme Fundraiser Sale! Pictured from left to right are: 1st place-Evan Edelen 2nd place-Jaidyn Goatley 3rd place-Brandon Cheser Thank you to everyone who helped with this fundraiser either y selling donuts or helping sort!
Second grade students in Jennifer Smith’s class explore new and exciting ways to practice their spelling words. This one is a class favorite and is a great hands on way to practice and learn!
Students in Jenna Smith’s 2nd grade have been bringing in objects to add to their Shape Museum. The Shape Museum is to help student’s explore three dimensional shapes as they learn about them in math. Here are just a few of the items on display!
WCES students were treated to a special presentation by The Derby Museum outreach program yesterday, which addresses Kentucky’s Academic Expectations and Program of Studies guidelines through programs such as: Racing Colors- Math (Grade K) Thoroughbred Care- Practical Living Skills (Grade 1) Science on the Track-Science (Grade 3-4) Mathin Around the Track- Math (Grade 2) Economics and the Derby- Social Studies (Grade 5) Thank you so much for sharing your information…
Students in Jenna Smith’s 2nd grade class solved subtraction problems to uncover a St. Patrick’s Day Mystery today The activity was created by a group of students during WCES GREAT Time. They worked hard to solve the mystery!