Washington Elementary's 4th grade, under the direction of their teacher, Mr. Bob Meyer and assistance from Mr. Mark Farley, a para-professional at the school, performed "GRACE AND THE TIME MACHINE" recently at the school. Parents and others were on hand for their "time-travelin' show". Great costumes, stage arrangements and sound effects made for an enjoyable production. Congratulations to all who participated - very well done!!
Three Crusader musicians performed at the State Solo and Ensemble Festival in Larned this past Saturday.
The students at Lincoln Elementary may have begun a new tradition! On Friday, after lunch, the inaugural "PATRIOT DASH" took place and what a DASH it was. The staff had setup an obstacle course that utilized nearly every square inch of Lincoln School Property. From running thru tires, belly crawling, scaling bales of hay and more, the Patriots garnered great workouts and had a good time in the process.
Students and staff, Mrs Defore’s 4th period citizenship students are having a donation drive for items to give to Searchlight, a charity for Sumner County homeless.
We need students to bring items we have listed on our flyers located around the school. For each item you bring, you will be entered into a drawing for a 20 dollar VISA gift card.
Please bring all items to the table we have set up in the commons before school each day next week.
The KRR "Friends for LIFE" Family Fun Night for ALL families that have participated in the LIFE Family Program was on Tuesday, April 24th at the Wellington Public Library. The families made clothespin puppets, had a photo booth, ate dinner, did a scavenger hunt, listened to stories, and received a free game, a bag of books, and many other prizes to have a family fun night at home! The night was a success!
At Wednesday's Character Trait Assembly at Eisenhower Elementary, the students commenced the day, traversing through a 2+ hallway FAN TUNNEL made up of soon to be graduates at WHS in May! Several of those graduates had actually attended Eisenhower as young students themselves, so for them, the cycle was completing. For the young Eagles, exposure to success of others who came down the same paths as they, can't be a bad thing at all, and it wasn't.
What: Students and faculty at Wellington High School are celebrating Career and Technical Education (CTE). This year’s theme is Oh the places you will go with CTE! Hundreds of CTE students will showcase their work. The public is invited to attend and support their endeavors.