Kindergarteners celebrated being 100 Days Smarter as they enjoyed activities with their peers, teachers and first graders
Students in first grade had a blast on the 100th Day of School! Making aprons, visors, necklaces, and Lego contraptions were just a few of the learning experiences that were enjoyed. Thanks to the volunteers for running our stations. Ms. Fleming and Ms. Postus love you 100 times more!
First grade students work very hard throughout the day, so when it is time to play they do just that! First grade teachers reinforce a sense of balance on a daily basis. Pictured above you will see just how much Ms. Postus’ students believe in being balanced!
As part of the 15 Days of Caring, our second grade super heroes are soaring through the hallways battling for kindness and focusing on the Learner Profile attribute – caring, as they learn to be kind to others. They are winning over one heart at a time! POW! BANG! BOOM
The third grade partnered recently with the fourth grade to make place mats and flowers for South County Community Center's local "Meals on Wheels" program. A delegation made up of students from both grade levels will present the place mats and flowers to recipients of this very special program this week as part of the Lower School's celebration of 15 Days of Caring
Fourth graders voted for Mayor and Judge for their upcoming field trip to JA Biz Town as part of their How We Organize Ourselves unit of inquiry. The winning candidates were: Mayor – Natalie Halaris and Judge – Chesnie Russell. Congratulations to Natalie and Chesnie on their new duties! In addition to the elections, all fourth graders wrote a resume, completed a job application for a specific job and participated in a job interview with WPS staff members including: Mr. Patton, Ms. L. Johnson, Ms. D. Johnson, Ms. Clark and Mr. Bradburn. The fourth graders are excited to run the city of Biz Town.