ATTENTION: MENU CHANGE

MENU CLARIFICATION: All menus list a “Holiday Meal” on both March 15 and March 22.  The correct date for the Holiday meal is March 22.  Thank you!

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WCES Watch Dogs

Watch Dogs,  Kevin Tennill and Jeff Bush volunteered their time to set positive examples for our youth at WCES.  Both volunteers were able to assist teachers in the classroom, monitor the hall ways to ensure overall safety, assist PTO with snack cart, and interact with students in the classroom. Thank you Kevin and Jeff for being great role models for our students at WCES!   

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Dr. Seuss-Read Across America Activities

  Students and staff have had a great time this week celebrating the birthday of Dr. Seuss and Read Across America Week.  They especially enjoyed the snacks and activities and the Wacky Wednesday celebrations!  We are having “Crazy Socks Thursday” as a tribute to Dr Seuss’ Fox in Socks book. So on Thursday, March 1, wear crazy socks. On Friday, remember, it is picture day so you can dress down for…

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Please join us in welcoming Anita Foster to WCES! #WCPride

 Anita Foster has been hired as the new secretary/attendance clerk at Washington County Elementary School, according to an announcement from Dr. Jennifer Miller, principal. Foster is a 1989 graduate of Washington County High School. She earned a certificate in office occupations in 1991 and an associate degree in applied science in office systems technology in 1997 both from Saint Catharine College. In 2009, she earned a bachelor of arts in…

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Bike Rodeo Held at WCES

This morning, the WCES 3rd grade students participated in the Kosair Bike Rodeo. The Bike Rodeo is designed to teach bicycle safety. By riding bicycles through a mini obstacle course, students learn the rules of the road and how to apply them. Thanks Doug Beckhart for bringing this great program to WCES!

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WCES District Governor’s Cup 2018 Success!

On Saturday, February 10, our Washington County Elementary School (WCES) Academic Team participated in the Elementary Governor’s Cup for District 50.  This competition is sponsored by KAAC – Kentucky Association of Academic Competition – who’s motto is “enriching the lives of Kentucky students through academic competition.  The district Governor’s Cup has eight events: ●    Five written assessments: Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Language Arts, and Arts/Humanities              ●    Composition: On-Demand Writing             …

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