News & Events

03/12/2019

March 1 Community Service First Friday Summary

Our March First Friday had over 50 participants busy helping our WES community and beyond with the following activities: Mrs. Cuddihy, Mrs. Dawn Harding (using her secret recipe!), and students in Grades 5–8 made cookies and personalized bags for our local Police Department. Ms. Haggerty and T, K, & 1 students made treats for the […]

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03/12/2019

Get Your Tickets for WES’s Grade 6 Musical Footloose

See our Grade 6 students—with the assistance of Grade 5 students—perform this wonderful play. This adaptation features the story of a boy named Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town. Ren is preparing for the inevitable adjustment period at his new high school. What he isn’t prepared for are the […]

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03/12/2019

Dr. Omékongo Dibinga’s International Reading List

Several weeks ago, Dr. Omékongo Dibinga came to WES and gave three special presentations to our community, —to parents, students, and faculty. Parents learned a variety of skills to engage in courageous conversations with their children about the challenges we face today. As a follow up to this parent presentation, the following are books recommended […]

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01/04/2019

Event: WES Welcomes Award Winning Author for Student Workshops

A wonderful part of the WES Book Fair is a special guest author that hosts a presentation for WES students about his or her work and the process behind it. This year we were honored to have Ellen Oh, author of the Texas Bluebonnet Award nominated middle-grade novel Spirit Hunters and its sequel, The Island […]

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