Got Talent? Show It Off Virtually!

All students and families are invited to show their talent(s) at the first WES Virtual Talent Show! When: Thursday, July 23, 5:30 p.m. What: Sing, dance, play an instrument, perform magic tricks, etc. How: Simply come rehearsed and prepared to showcase your talent via Zoom! Sibling or family acts welcomed! What you will need: Play your own music […]

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Continuing to Work Toward a More Equitable Society

Roughly 250 members of our community joined us on the WES soccer field last Saturday, to march for racial justice and show support for Black lives. The demonstration was organized by local high school students, many of whom are WES alumni. The rally’s speakers reflected on being Black in America, as well as their experiences […]

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Summer Plans and Getting Ready for the Fall

Summer is often a little quiet, but this year we are busier than ever, as faculty, staff, and the administrative team undergo professional development and make preparations for the return to school. While the trajectory of the virus is unknown, we are optimistic that on-site learning will resume in some capacity in September. Our Reopening […]

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WES Family Bingo Night on July 2

Come join the fun with a night a BINGO on Thursday, July 2, at 5:30 p.m.! Hosted by #WESConnected, this will be part of our weekly community events during June and July. Printable and virtual BINGO cards will be available starting June 26.  Many types of BINGO will be played and many prizes given away. […]

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WES Continues Free Virtual Evening Classes Into the Summer

During distance learning this spring, WES offered a series of free live after-school classes designed to require minimal parental involvement and keep children engaged while parents either finished work projects or made dinner. The initiative was incredibly popular, and we’ve decided to continue the series over the summer, from June 22-July 31. Registration will be […]

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Safe and Stylish Face Mask Sources From Nurse Bailey

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has required individuals to wear face masks if they are in indoor public spaces and/or using public transportation. The CDC recommends face masks be: at least 2 layers – for extra filtering of particles, consider one with a pocket for a filter (PM 2.5 filter than can filter up to 95% […]

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