UPCOMING WES EVENTS
- Week of April 8 - report cards mailed home
- Monday, April 8 - Show Your Stuff Dress Rehearsal (after school)
- Tuesday April 9 - Dr.Nancy Doda, Making the “Wonder Years” Wonderful: Understanding Our Changing Young Adolescents Woodstock Union High School and Middle School Library, 6pm
- Tuesday, April 9 - Rising 7th Grader Parent Info Night, WUMHS 7:30-8pm
- Thursday, April 11 - Rising Kindergartener Parent Info Night, 6-7pm WES
- Friday, April 12 - Show Your Stuff ~early afternoon timing TBA
- Week of April 15-19 No School, April Vacation
- Thursday, April 25 - Family Game Night, 6-7pm WES cafe
- Weeks of April 29-May 10, SBAC testing grades 3-6
- Wednesday, May 15 - New Kindergartener Registration 11:30-2:30pm WES
- Monday, May 20 - Ottauquechee Health Center Title Mural unveiling - 10am
- Monday, May 27 - No school - Memorial Day
- Wednesday, May 29 - May Day Celebration, 10am
- Friday, June 7 - kindergarten promotion ceremony, 1:30pm WES gym
- Monday, June 10 - 6th Grade promotion ceremony (subject to change if additional snow days occur)
- Tuesday, June 11 - Last Day of School - half day (subject to change if additional snow days occur)
NEWS FROM THE WES PTO
Please join the WES PTO
for the second Family Game Night
This month’s theme: Bring Your Own Board Game
When: Thursday April 25th, 6-7pm
Where: WES Cafeteria
Games: Students are welcome to bring their own board game or come and join in a game with friends. Games should have an average play time of one hour or less and be age appropriate
Fresh popcorn will be served
Please let us know if you can make it. A slip went home to return to WES by Friday 4/12.
TEACHER APPRECIATION LUNCHEON HELP NEEDED!
To help cover classrooms so teachers can enjoy the luncheon together, please sign up here. We are in need of at least 14 volunteers and as many as 28 people just to cover the classrooms. Thank you to the five volunteers who have already signed up! Please consider assisting with this special event to recognize the efforts of our staff.
Thoughts On Stewardship and Self-Direction
This fall, the WCUD School Board approved five characteristics for the Profile of a Graduate of Windsor Central Schools. The traits are (in no particular order) academic excellence, self-direction, stewardship, skillful communication, and critical problem solving. As we think about how to introduce these traits to our elementary students, the ideas of stewardship and self-direction come to mind as things parents can be encouraging at home. In our WES preK classroom, three and four year olds have self-directed choice time where they have access to a wide variety of learning opportunities and they choose what to play and when they want to have snack. In grades K-6, we are preparing for an Earth Day clean up, practicing stewardship for our school and community. If you are looking for inspiration at home, here are some ideas of ways children can be self-directed stewards at home:
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