November 15, 2019
Teachers need our active support and encouragement.
They are doing one of the most necessary and exacting jobs in the land. They are developing our most precious national resource: our children, our future citizens.
~Dwight D. Eisenhower
School Board Meeting
Grateful Moment #Gratefel
The West Feliciana Veterans Day program is a special event for our schools and community. It gives us an opportunity to come together to honor those who served and fought for the rights we have today. It is a reminder that we should be grateful on a daily basis for the privileges we enjoy.
Kyron Snowden, Lee McMillan, Gorgi Tucker, and Cain Cooper explain the Bronze Star and Purple Heart at the Veterans Day program.
Veteran Byron Brumfield accepts a game ball from Joel Rogers at the Veterans Day program.
Johntydrix Cain presents Major Tito Jones a game ball at the Veterans Day program.
Veteran Jim Groody receives a game ball from JP Warner at the Veterans Day program.
Justin Walker, Sergeant First Class in the Army National Guard, speaks at Veterans Day.
School Board Meeting: November 19
Thanksgiving Break: November 25-29
Pictures of the Week
WFMS teachers, Ms. Christian Funderburk and Ms. Margaret Anne Pruitt, collaborate on their lessons.
At WFHS, Mr. Dennis Dyer and Ms. Alana Lyons teach the chemistry of combustion and the physics of power with race cars.
WFHS Senior Emma Pittman finds a book in the newly organized high school library.
In English II at WFHS, Nick Wyndham, Jacson Ricks, Antonio Haile, and Cam'ron King lead a fishbowl discussion on Frank Kafka's The Metamorphosis in Ms. Layla Dupuy's class.
At Bains Elementary, Gannon Ford makes his Book Fair wishlist.
Aubrey Boudreaux and Kenadi Causey collaboratively race to solve partial product multiplication problems in Ms. Whitfield's 4th grade class at Bains Elementary.
At Bains Elementary, Corbett Idlett leads his class in a discussion of characters, setting, problem, and resolution during Ms. Claire Trahan's class.
During Ms. Lauren Percy and Ms. Katherine Tingle's class at Bains Elementary, Landry Carter and Cecile Means serve as giant squid experts answering class-created text dependent questions.
At WFMS, Natalee Janis, Alysse Davis, Kristen Cook, Lacey Coates, Giselle el Bechir, and Ms. Mikelyn Herrin practice their talented drama skit for Breakfast with Santa.
At Bains Lower Elementary, Ms. Tami Jarrels works with Parker Sharp.
Classroom Tech Facilitator Braylen Tate assists Charlie Tucker with his Chromebook at Bains Lower Elementary.
Mary Daniel, Berkeley Weathers, and Raelynn Kemp-Ruthledge are enthusiastic about patrolling the cafeteria at Bains Lower Elementary.
At WFMS, Terralyn Curtis, Tre Turner, and Tra'Kyria Camel investigate whether heating and electrical currents create the same gas.