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  1. Help us start our own WES food pantry!

    December 11, 2019

    This month, our kindness project is to start a food pantry at WES. The goal is to be able to have food ready to go and packed every Friday for youth and families who are struggling with food insecurity. We will also use items from our food pantry to give students if they arrive at… Read More

  2. Medieval Scholar works with WES students

    December 11, 2019

    As part of our unit on the Middle Ages, UMaine Farmington Provost and medieval scholar Dr. Eric Brown taught the WES GT English Language Arts students about medieval poetry. We even got to try reading middle English. It was great preparation since for the epic poetry the students wrote for our Medieval Fair on December… Read More

  3. Eagles of the Week 12/9

    December 10, 2019

    Grade 3: Caroline Clifford-Bickford Caroline Clifford-Bickford has been nominated to be this week’s Eagle of the Week by Mrs. Langis and several classmates. Caroline is a wonderful role model for her peers. She is kind, helpful, a hard worker, and an active participant in class discussions. Caroline always offers to bring people into her group… Read More

  4. Eagles of the Week 12/02

    December 6, 2019

    Grade 3: Grace McKay Grace has been nominated by several classmates to be this week’s EAGLE! Grace helped Brynleigh get her bracelet back. Khloee said that Grace is always focused on her independent work. Reese said that Grace helped clean up the bathroom one time and is always listening to the teacher when others are… Read More

  5. Last Days of WES Book Fair

    December 4, 2019

    We’re down to the last couple of days of the Scholastic Book Fair at WES. Don’t miss the opportunity to get some new books for a child in your life while also benefiting a local school. Final hours are Thursday, December 5 ~ 11:30- 12:45 and 2:30pm-4:30 and Friday, December 6 ~ 11:30-12:45 and 2:30-4:30

  6. Williams Students to be Featured on Cruisin’ COUNTRY 93.5

    November 24, 2019

    Lisa Riportella from Cruisin’ COUNTRY 93.5 visited Williams Elementary on November 13 as part of the “SAY WHAAAT?” project.  Riportela is an on-air personality with Mix Maine Media. One of her goals (besides brightening your mornings and sharing a few laughs) is to engage our amazing Central Maine Community with one another through radio. Cruisin’… Read More

  7. New and *IMPROVED* Black Bear Book Award 2019-2020

    November 20, 2019

        We are gearing up for the Black Bear Book Award Program at Williams Elementary and things are a little different this year. Your friendly WES librarians want to offer a more inclusive program and encourage a school-wide culture of reading. We have a stellar list of 50 new titles (give or take) ranging… Read More

  8. Eagles of the Week 11/12

    November 14, 2019

    Grade 3: Caleb Corrow Caleb was nominated by his classmate Jerimiah Morey and Mrs. Sucy for being engaged and having an awesome attitude. Caleb is kind to his classmates. Caleb is also helpful. Wherever anyone in the class needs help Caleb is always willing to lend a hand. He gives his best effort every day!… Read More

  9. A special thank you for WES paraeducators

    November 13, 2019

    Student-teacher Karli Stubbs completed an action research project as part of her student teaching experience in Mrs. Veilleux’s 4th-grade classroom. Karli looked into the lack of paraeducators and their importance in the classroom. She surveyed staff at Williams along with educators from various districts. As the “action” part of her research, Karli decided that it… Read More

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