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  1. Congratulations to our Last Eagles of the Week for the year!

    June 13, 2019

    Grade 3 – Cooper Culver Cooper was nominated by Leah Adams for having an awesome attitude. Leah said that cooper is always having fun doing anything and he is always happy, kind, and sweet and always so great at being a friend to everyone!   Grade 4 – Lillian Wolman Lily was nominated by Mrs…. Read More

  2. Congratulations Eagles of the Week 5-20

    May 23, 2019

    Grade 3 – Tylor Simpson Tylor has been nominated by Mrs. Sucy for his hard work and kindness in the classroom. Tylor is always willing to help others when needed. He is the first person to give to others before he takes for himself. His laughter and smiles make our days brighter in the classroom…. Read More

  3. WES at 10th Annual School Garden Day

    May 14, 2019

    Lynn Richard presented Williams Elementary School’s “Beginning Our Garden Journey Project” on April 27th at Trenton Elementary School. Session Attendees received flash drives with the Garden Wise Curriculum Bundle. The bundle consists of 13 interdisciplinary lessons developed by Project Food, Land & People that are aligned to national standards and connect garden subjects to core… Read More

  4. Congratulations to our recent Eagles of the Week!

    May 13, 2019

    Grade 3- Owen Walthan Owen was nominated by Caleb and Miss Davis for his awesome attitude! Owen always tries his best and encourages others to stay on task and do their very best. Caleb said that Owen has been a great friend to be around this year and he always has an awesome attitude! He… Read More

  5. March Madness: An Annual Celebration of Reading

    May 9, 2019

    By Shelly Moody, Instructional Coach WES Each year the students and staff at Williams Elementary School celebrate their love of reading with a highly-anticipated March Madness tournament. During the month of March, every classroom teacher reads aloud 16 outstanding nonfiction picture books on a variety of people and topics.  The goal of this event is… Read More

  6. Congratulations Eagles of the Week

    May 2, 2019

    Grade 3 – Brooklyn Noonan   Brooklyn was nominated by Mrs. Sucy for her growth mindset and awesome attitude. Brooklyn has a positive attitude that she shares with others daily. When things are challenging for Brooklyn she does not give up and will help others if needed. Brooklyn is polite and kind. We look forward… Read More

  7. Awesome Artwork at WES

    April 22, 2019

    Mrs. Gronlie and her students have been busy creating beautiful pieces of art.  Mrs. Gronlie does an amazing job displaying the work of her artists throughout our school.  It takes an abundance of time for her to create these displays and our whole community appreciates her efforts!  

  8. Williams Odyssey of the Mind Teams Headed to States

    April 4, 2019

    by Julia Hanauer-Milne – OM Coordinator Saturday is state tournament day for two of Williams Elementary School’s three Odyssey of the Mind Teams. Odyssey of the Mind is a creative problem-solving tournament in which teams of seven students choose a problem, write a play to “solve” that problem, make sets and costumes, and perform—all without… Read More

  9. Congratulations Eagles of the Week 3/26

    March 29, 2019

    Grade 3 – Kylie Gauthier Kylie has been nominated by several people. She has been nominated for being engaged, having an awesome attitude, and for having a growth mindset.  Kylie gets right to work and focuses on her work every day. She perseveres when she comes to a hard problem. Kylie is also polite and… Read More

  10. Congratulations Eagles of the week 3/20

    March 20, 2019

    Grade 3 – Ayden Estes Ayden is nominated by Mrs. Sucy. Ayden has been nominated for being engaged. Ayden has been focused on his writing and word study. He has been on task and engaged in his learning. Also, Ayden has been helpful in the classroom! He helped clean up after math without even being… Read More

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