January Students of the Month!

January students of the month.  We are celebrating integrity.

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Kindergarten Students Enjoying Reading!

Kindergarten students enjoyed wearing a pirate eye patch in the media center while sharing the story “No Pirates Allowed Said Library Lou.” by Rhonda Gowler Greene. This story extended their classroom learning of sounds by practicing the ‘ar’ sound as well as rhyming words.20160121_104109

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White City Elementary Celebrates 100 Days of School!

Students in grades Pr-ek, kindergarten and first celebrated this great day by dressing up as 100 year olds, sorting food of 100 items to make friendship snack, making and reading 100 sight words, counting and adding to 100 was demonstrated by hundreds charts and models. A fun filled learning day was had by all!
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Kindergarten Students Learning About Turtles

IMG_2753Kindergarten students in Mr. Capozzoli’s resource class are hands on about sea turtles. Students pictured here are measuring the turtle models to determine the length of the turtle.   “We are surfing to Excellence at WCE!”

 

 

 

 

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Math/Science Night was a Huge Success! 12/08/15

    The walls were bursting at the seams with the nearly two hundred students and parents who attended White City Elementary School’s Math/Science Night and Scholastic Book Fair last Tuesday, December 8th.  Fun was had by all as they ate dinner, played math games, shopped for books and finished the evening with a sweet treat of a science activity with Mr. Lewis, our Teacher of the Year.  All families took home a deck of cards as a door prize to practice the math games they learned.

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Appreciation Breakfast for all WCE Wildcats

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White City Elementary School 2015 Employee Recognition

White City Elementary School 2015 Employee Recognition goes to…

 

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Shawn Lewis, Teacher of the Year; Gabrielle Gross, School Related Employee of the Year; Dawn Dukes, Distinguished Minority Educator of the Year; and Alyssa FitzGerald, Outstanding First Year Teacher of the Year.

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