Fall Happenings

Wow! The first month of school flew by and October is filled with plenty of activities to keep us busy. Students are well into their routines and learning is in full swing. Many grade levels have completed their first unit in Lucy Calkins Units of Study in Writing. Stay tuned for student work samples. We have had many scientists around the building as well. First grade completed a unit on the life cycle of a butterfly and second grade has been learning about the types of matter. i-Ready testing has been completed for students in grades 1 through 3, teachers will be sharing data from beginning of the year assessments at the Fall conferences. 

The PTO is still waiting for many Kidstuff orders and unsold books to be returned. If you still have the books please return them ASAP. 

Upcoming Events:
9/29-10/20- Box Top Collections
10/16-  PTO meeting 7 pm @ WMS
10/17- School Board Meeting 6 pm @ WMS
10/20- Grandparents Day (see below for schedule)
10/31- Title 1 breakfast @8:00am (see below for flyer)
10/31- All School Meeting Hosted by Grade 2 @9am
10/31- Halloween Parade @ 1:30pm
11/1- Picture Retake Day
11/3- Veterans Day Cluster Activities- (classroom based)
11/7- No School/ Common Day Workshop
11/10- No School/ Veterans Day

Download this file (GPD.pdf)Grandparents Day Flyer[ ]6555 kB2017-10-11 21:03
Download this file (Title 1 coffee hour.pdf)Title 1 Coffee Hour[ ]72 kB2017-10-11 21:05

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