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The WES Spooktacular: Halloween Performances and Stories

Boo! Get into the Halloween spirit with special performances and stories for the whole family. EARLY CHILDHOOD Zombelina, read by Mrs. Rothwell ELEMENTARY The Perfect Pumpkin Pie, read by Mr. Pane SPOOKY PERFORMANCES FROM THE MIDDLE SCHOOL The Haunted Mansion, performed by Grade 7S The Canterville Ghost, performed by Grade 7E It’s the Great Pumpkin, […]

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Virtual Parent Workshop: Supporting Our Children

Chaplain Kristen Pitts, Elementary/Middle School Counselor Allison Klothe, and Early Childhood Counselor Debbie Weinberger will be lead a virtual parent workshop titled Resilience: Supporting Our Children When They Experience Uncomfortable Feelings on Tuesday, November 10. In this hour-long workshop, participants will have the opportunity to meet in division-specific breakout groups to discuss challenges and identify strategies […]

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Grade 3 Spreads a Little Kindness

My sons Jace and Trey and I all received a bright yellow envelope in the mail a few weeks ago. In it, one of our third grade students invited us to join her in spreading acts of kindness.  Every year, Grade 3 studies the exchange of goods, transportation, and communication in their STEM Applied Concepts […]

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WES Hosts Warmth Drive for November First Friday

As the days are growing colder, we’re excited to announce that WES’s November First Friday project will be a Warmth Drive for our unhoused neighbors at Church of the Epiphany! During the week of November 2-6, our community will come together to donate the following items: Coats: New or gently used coats for men, women, and […]

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Registration Open to Join the WES Math Team

WES participates in Middle School Math Meets sponsored by the Independent School Math Association of Washington (ISMAW). There are 3 meets per year, and the first one for 2020-21 is scheduled for Wednesday, October 21! The purpose of these meets is to foster interest in math and problem solving; they are structured to be enjoyable and non-threatening. The […]

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Parenting During a Pandemic

When WES first made the decision to move to distance learning last spring, we had no idea how long the public health crisis would last. The weeks slowly evolved into months. Although some of our daily routines pre-pandemic have begun to be partially restored, such as the gradual reopening of schools and businesses, in most […]

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