September 20, 2019
You will teach them to fly, but they will not fly your flight. You will teach them to dream, but they will not dream your dream. You will teach them to live, but they will not live your life. Nevertheless, in every flight, in every life, in every dream, the print of the way you taught them will remain.
~ Mother Teresa
School Board Meeting
~ October 22
~ October 14 and 15
Reflecting on Last Week
Throughout the week, teachers used a variety of methods to reach students. From socratic seminars to erosion simulations, students learned through hands-on and student-led activities. It was great to see teachers going above and beyond to reach the students and get them excited about the course content!
Betsy Whitman and Kaylee Allen are practicing counting to 100.
Ri'Cari Cummings takes an Accelerated Reader test before school begins.
Mrs. Tasha Jones and Tevin Johnson work on an art assignment at Bains Lower Elementary.
Ava Cathey, Ashlynn Gorman, Keianna Johnson, Lakeria' Matthews, and Malachi Irivine share ideas on the engineering design process in Mr. Stanley Jones' 4th grade class.
Elizabeth Blanchard, Riley Avants, Oryanna Walker, Emma Soulier, Peyton Daniel, Jaliyah White, and Ashonica Scott use the engineering design process to conduct an erosion project in Mrs. Jill Thibodeaux's 4th grade class.
Students in Ms. Jenna Pryor's 7th grade ELA class participate in a socratic seminar.
Mary Margaret Burns celebrates her birthday at WFMS with a red carpet entryway.
Matthew Gosserand and Edward Summitt, freshmen at WFHS, study for Mrs. Dieguez's Spanish I class by quizzing each other in the library before school.
Jazzy McQuirter and Aydon Messer enact unregulated meat-packing in Mr. Max Hawkins' US History class to learn about government regulations and the Pure Food and Drug Act.
Max Hawkins and Emily Vlosky collaborate on a US History test during PLCs.
Dodgeball Anyone?! Hope to see you on Saturday!
Grateful Moment #grateFEL
I am truly grateful (#grateFEL) for the leadership that our students display each week. From the formal positions of leadership like the WFMS Student Council to the many informal leadership roles that students take on daily such as cleaning the cafeteria tables at Bains Elementary, our students are leading today and will continue leading tomorrow!
Jernie Miller, Skylar Minor, and Mallory Young help Mrs. Kim Tate.
A few of the WFMS Student Council members: Madison Jarvis, Nevaeh London, Chip Joiner, and Joey Peno.