Mrs. Anderson is Awarded – October 29th.



Mrs. Anderson – 5th grade  reading teacher is celebrating as WPBF’S Weather School Superstar of the week.  Cris Martinez surprised Mrs. Erica Anderson with this weeks honor.


Congrats, Mrs. Anderson


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“Falloween Character Book Reading Night”

Fallowing Character Book Night and parent reading workshop.  Providing reading strategies to parents to support their child at home.image image


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3rd Grade Teachers and Mr. Capozzoli Stand Up Against Bullying!

Third grade WCE Wildcat teachers and Mr. Capozzoli stand against bullying and wear orange for bullying awareness!

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Take Your Child to School Day Huge Success!

20150930_080825 20150930_081414 20150930_0832292015 Dads and Caregivers Take Your Child to School Day was a huge success!  We want to thank all who participated with us for this event.

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White City Elementary Brings Back Grace Packs




Laura Klosterman from Grace Packs is educating Wildcat staff about food insecurity, and kicking of the program here at White City!





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Fifth Grade Learning about Chemical Reactions

IMG_3568These pictures are from our “Chemical Reactions- Inquiry Lab.” Students observed and responded to 4 different labs which depicted chemical reactions. The lab started with “Elephant Toothpaste,” a reaction between hydrogen peroxide, dish soap, light stick fluorescent fluid and yeast. Students watched in aw, in the dark, as glowing foam rose from my beaker. Next was “Ghoulish Glowing Slime,” which was an absolute bust, and didn’t work, but was used as a teachable moment anyhow and students were able to observe a gel substance form around powder in a reaction between calcium chloride, fluorescein solution and sodium alginate. After that students were shocked by the secret spooky writing revealed in the “Writing in Blood-Red Iron” experiment. A secret message was written using a potassium thiocyanate solution and then uncovered when sprayed with an iron chloride. The best was saved for last when students when students observed “Magic Genie.” This was a fizzy, color changing explosion due to the reaction between hydrogen peroxide and potassium iodide. Students were required to write down the steps of each experiment, observations, as well as listing the chemical reaction that occurred in each.

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Dads Take Your Child to School Day


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