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Milton Monday Memo
Hollis Milton
Tuesday, September 03, 2019

 

Milton's Message 

 

August 30, 2019   

The best thing about being a teacher is that it matters.  The hardest thing about being a teacher is that it matters every day.

~Todd Whitaker

UPCOMING EVENTS:

 

 

School Board Meeting

~ September 17

 

Channel 2 will air The Pledge of Allegiance by Bains Elementary students to start their morning program at 5:00 AM on 9/5, 9/9, 9/11, and 9/13.

 

 

 

 

Reflecting on Last Week 

With instruction in full swing, Meet the Saints, WFMS Open House, and WFHS Open House last week, students demonstrated leadership skills across the district!

Natalie Ewing leads discussion in Ms. Causey's 3rd grade class at Bains Elementary.

In the student-lead WFMS Open House, Tre Turner holds an accountability conference with his mom.

At WFMS, Rachel Gosserand gives a classroom tour to her father.

At WFMS, Kolton Braddock teaches Wilder Mata vocabulary words.

John Carter Metz and Rhy'Leigh Martin enjoy the Free Choice Centers in Ms. Posey's class at Bains Lower Elementary.

Lily Payne, Cullen Copeland, and Adalynn Moon participate in literacy centers in Ms. St. Romain's class at Bains Lower Elementary.

At Bains Lower Elementary, Jarvis Cornish and Maya Ward use iPads during Free Choice Center time.

The WFHS cheerleaders lead the crowd in cheers during "Meet the Saints."

Ms. Dupuy's English II class takes part in a "book tasting" (Abby Benton, Ashleigh Godke, Riley Roland, Lauren Dupuy, and Wyles Gilfoil).

Every now and then, even the superintendent needs some PE time!

Ms. Rodgers' World History class recites the National Anthem at WFHS.

At Bains Elementary, Ms. Walsh's 3rd graders work together to solve math problems (Blaize Bradford, Justin McFarland, Jer'lial Haile, and Isabella Wheeler).

Alicia Hamilton is recognized as Employee of the Month (Pictured above: Alicia Hamilton and School Board Members Scotty Owens, Milton Coats, Amanda McKinney, and Sara Wilson Rogers.)

Ms. Claire Trahan, pictured with her 2nd grade class, was recognized as the teacher of the month.

Looking Ahead

Without the support of our community, we could not do what we do in this school system.  The West Fel Education Foundation is just one example of the support we receive.  To help raise funds to support the schools, we encourage you to participate in the West Fel Education Foundation's Dodgeball Challenge September 21.  With a kid zone, 10K, dodgeball tournament, and more, there is something for everyone!

Grateful Moment #grateFEL

We are grateful for the hard work of our students and teachers to produce the following academic results.  We could not achieve in this way without the support of our parents, employees, and community.  It is a team effort and everyone makes a contribution and our students benefit.  #grateFEL #teamwork #contribution

 

  • Overall Proficiency: 4th in the State
  • African-American Achievement:4th in the State
  • Students with disabilities achievement: 5th in the State
  • Advanced Placement Qualifying Scores: Top 10
  • Social Studies Scores: Top 10 at every grade level
  • Science Scores: Top 10 at every grade level
  • 5th Grade Scores: Top 3 in every subject
  • 8th Grade Scores: Top 4 in every subject

In Ms. Donna Gibbon's 5th grade science class at Bains Elementary, Victoria LeJeune experiments and analyzes properties of materials.

 

At WFHS, junior Hope Blacks practices lighting a Bunsen Burner while Brooke Noflin observes in Mr. Justin Davenport's Chemistry class.

 

In Ms. Taylor Garret's 8th grade science class at WFMS, Dylan Cedotal, Kathleen Bigner, Ryan Fazio, and Will Roland synergize to create a driving question board and analyze embryo pictures to determine if chicken and alligators are related.

 

In Ms. St. Romain's class at Bains Lower Elementary, Lucy Lindsey, Laura Pownall, and Dakai Johnson are learning math early!