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Jump Rope for HeartPosted 3/18/19
It’s time for your child to show heart! This year, we’re launching the Kids Heart Challenge. It’s your child’s chance to be a Heart Hero by learning about heart health, spreading the word and raising funds to save other children. Have your child go to http://www2.heart.org/goto/WESrocks so they can take one of the three challenges and email family and friends to ask for donations. Your child will earn a glow-in-the-dark wristband just for registering online. When they get donations, they will receive Echo, Finn and a clasp. Waterboro's event will be on April 5th. Families are invited to participate in our days heart healthy festivities. Students will go home with their envelopes and letters by Friday. Thank you for supporting the physical and emotional well-being of our students and the American Heart Association.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Samantha Person at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Blood DrivePosted 3/18/19
Awesome students AheAd!
At Waterboro Elementary School, the STUDENTS are making the biggest difference. Here's how!
(1) This is a Collaborative Google slide presentation from GT P.A.C.E students during Dr. Seuss week. They are using Literal vs. Inferential/Critical Questioning. (Stubbornness vs. Flexibility) and showing evidence of a greater understanding.
(2) Waterboro Elementary students were on the news to do WEATHER AT YOUR SCHOOL!
(3) On November 22, fifth grade Student Helpers walked to the food pantry to unload all of the food collected for the food drive.
W.E.S. Students and families collected over 1, 500 items!
What an amazing way to give back to the community, just in time for Thanksgiving. Thank you to Mrs. Bourque and all of the Student Helpers