The Book Fair is a great opportunity to do some holiday shopping; donate books to the WES Library, WES classrooms, and a WES community service project; and both students and parents will have a chance visit with guest and award-winning children's author Hena Khan.
Complete with water stops and racing bibs, this Turkey Trot is meant to give all Grade 1-5 students a representative experience of a real race.
This fall was another successful season for Dragons on cross-country courses and soccer fields.
Decorate your home this coming holiday season with the wonderful color and scent of fresh holiday poinsettias and wreaths.
Each month, the WES community learns about and studies a virtue. Read about this virtue.
The winning homeroom will be announced at Chapel on November 15 and will get free dress on Monday, November 20.
Join us for one of two parent and community focus groups: One on October 31 from 8:00 to 9:30 a.m. and the other one on November 2 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. in The Stuart Work Library.
See the video that shows WES students supporting Martha's Table.
WES welcomed Leon Logothetis, author of The Kindness Diaries, on October 20.
Take the family to Ledo Pizza close to WES on River Road at the Kenwood Shopping Center (by Whole Foods) for yummy pizza, terrific pastas, and fresh salads.