November 8, 2019
Coming together is a beginning; Keeping together is progress; Working together is success.
~ Henry Ford
School Board Meeting
Grateful Moment #Gratefel
Grateful for our students, parents, teachers, employees, and community working together to bring home the A for the 8th time! #grateFEL
Congratulations to our November Employees of the Month: Ms. Becky Johnson, Ms. Jessica Walker, Mr. William Harris, Ms. Doris Rowan, Ms. Elizabeth Bristow, and Ms. Rose Coats.
Veteran's Day: November 11
School Board Meeting: November 19
Thanksgiving Break: November 25-29
Pictures of the Week
Bains Elementary students Thomas Lastrapes and Hollis Moore read before school.
Bailey Mott and Ty'Quency Neal practice CPR.
Ms. Mary Madalyn Miller's 3rd grade class at Bains Elementary participate in a Socratic Seminar. (Amani Mullen, Connor Parish, Bryson Smith, Eylon Nichols, John Thomas Ritchie, Maggie Bullock, Karley Baggett, Josie Pratt, and Roddy Lemoine)
At Bains Lower Elementary, Ms. Samantha Heath helps Lawrence Jordan with is writing.
Abby Rose Metz enjoys building words with Ms. Michele Grissett during Family Literacy Night at Bains Lower Elementary.
During "Read for the Record" male role models read to the students: Mr. Ricky Chatman, Mr. Shannon Hall, Mr. Anthony Brown, Mr. Lee Coleman, Mr. Brent Didier, and Mr. Grant Ollenburger.
Bains Lower Elementary hosts Family Literacy Night.
Parents, students, and teachers gather for Family Literacy Night at Bains Lower Elementary.
Mr. Grant Ollenburger reads to the Head Start students.
Bains Lower students enjoy playing literacy-related games with their parents!
WFMS students Shundrea Russ and Er'Nayia Tolliver read to Ms. Britnee Cazalot's 2nd grade class.
WFMS students Kylie Sullivan and Chandra Johnson read Thank You, Omu to Ms. Carson Blough's class as part of "Read for the Record." Second grader Zaden Braswell assists in the reading.
WFHS seniors Preston Shidaker, Maddie Pittman, and Robert Ricuard digitally compile a literary device Quizlet in Ms. Megan Southall's AP English Literature course.
WFHS student Da'Naya Tuniors poses a question to the guest speaker at the Louisiana Scholastic Press Association Workshop.