CONGRATULATIONS WHS CLASS OF 2019!!
Celebrate Class of 2019
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July 2017

Kennedy Elementary

SPIRIT WEEK DAILY THEMES @ KENNEDY
(JAN. 28 thru FEB. 1, 2019)          

MONDAY, JAN. 28th
DRESS LIKE A FANTASY CHARACTER (fairy, pirate, unicorn, etc.)

TUESDAY, JAN. 29th
DRESS LIKE AN "EMOJI" OR "MEME"

WEDNESDAY, JAN. 30th
DRESS "OUT OF THIS WORLD" (Star Wars, Star Trek, Space)

THURSDAY, JAN. 31st
DRESS IN FAVORITE COLLEGE and/or SPORTS TEAM GEAR

Roosevelt

Roosevelt - Water Color

ROOSEVELT EDUCATION CENTER
HOME OF THE FALCONS
201 North B
Wellington, KS 67152

Office: (620) 326-4330
Office Fax: (620) 326-4332

The vision of Roosevelt Education Center is to help our students become
independent and learn the skills needed to contribute to society in positive ways.

Middle School Classroom Links

Shanna Fairbanks - 6th Grade Reading


Jerri Ann Fike - 6th Grade Science


Ryan Jenkins - 6th Grade Math


Danna Nilsen - 6th Grade Special Ed


Lynda Wasser - 6th Grade English 


Brandon Wilmoth - 6th Grade Social Studies


Terri Driskell - 7th Grade Social Studies


Kathi Dwyer - 7th Grade English


Michelle Lloyd - 7th Grade Special Ed


Eric Page - 7th Grade Math

Middle School

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS:

On May 16th, WMS will be practicing one of the KSDE required drills.  A walk through ALICE drill will be conducted.  Students & Staff will have pre & post instructions & debriefing.

WMS Chromebook check-in begins Thursday, May 16th also.  Please have students bring their chargers.
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WMS PARENT NEWSLETTER

High School Classroom Links

Aguilar, Zane (P.E.) 


Barnett, Margarita (Spanish)


Bristow, Amelia (Science) 


Buchanan, Melissa (Business) 


Case, Rane (Business) 


Chase, Linda (Vocational)


Coldwell, Jessica (Vocal Music)


Collins, Edgar (Special Education) 


Defore, Karla (Social Studies) 


Elder, Ryan (Vocational) 


Foley, Ross (P.E.) 


Ford, Katie (English) 

High School

(05.15.19) It is hard to believe that the year is about to come to an end and it is time to start thinking about opportunities available at the completion of the regular school year.  WHS will have Summit extension beginning Tuesday May 28th through Friday June 21st. The hours will be from 8-11 am then again 12-3 pm. The high school will not serve lunch, that will be the student’s responsibility.  This is not a mandatory extension, rather an opportunity to continue work on the platform or increase grades if students are not satisfied with the grade they ended with.