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Elementary School News
First Graders Learn About Constitution Day
In honor of the ratification of the U.S. Constitution, the students in Mrs. Abbey’s classroom learned about the U.S. Constitution in their class. They engaged in conversation about Constitution Day with their principal, Mr. Lopez.
The Ground Breaking Ceremony for WorldWonder took place on Aug. 22 in front of hundreds of excited elementary school students and families, WCS employees and many generous donors. WorldWonder is an experiential learning component of the life sciences curriculum at WCS. The new site for will be on the east end of the most recently acquired property on the corner of SW 152 Street and 67 Avenue.
myWCS allows for parents and teachers to easily communicate with one another within this private community. Parents are members of an all parent group, and may be members of smaller groups that pertain to their child's grade and/or extracurriculuar activities. Please be aware that when using the internal messaging system in myWCS, by default, all replies are sent to the entire group. If you want to send an individual reply to the sender of the message, please compose a new message to that specific person. This helps avoid large groups, or in some cases the entire school community, from receiving unintended messages. Thank you for your help.
ES Robotics Attends World's Largest Robotic Competition
WCS Elementary Robotics participated in the largest robotics competition in the world as certified by the Guiness World Book of Records. The event consisted of 1,648 teams in Louisville, Kentucky from April 25 to May 1, 2018.
Head of School Scott Jones Wants to Hear From You!
You are invited to share your hopes and dreams for Westminster Christian School with WCS Head of School Scott Jones and other school families at an upcoming "Time to Share" session. Be prepared to share your thoughts on two questions: 1) What do you hope never changes about WCS? and, 2) What are your dreams for our school?
The upcoming "Parenting A Warrior" series begins on Mon., Oct. 1 and will study the book, "Bully Nation: Why America's Approach to Childhood Aggression is Bad for Everyone." This important topic will be covered over five weeks and will be led by PS/ES Counselor Kim Brigham and MS Counselor Yeni Dumas. The meetings will take place in the SAC from 8 AM - 9 AM. To pre-order the book, contact Kim Brigham at firstname.lastname@example.org.