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  1. Eagles of the week 1/13/2020

    Posted on January 20, 2020 - School News

    Grade 3: Landon Orff Mrs. Langis nominated Landon Orff for Eagle of the Week. Landon is a wonderful role model for his classmates in many ways, but especially when it comes to being kind, responsible, and an engaged learner! Landon always does his best on all of his assignments and listens to and follows directions… Read More

  2. Gearing up for Hearts for Heroes

    Posted on January 15, 2020 - School News

    Third graders at Williams have been hard at work on their “Hearts For Heroes” Project. We are all looking forward to recognizing and celebrating our local first responders on January 24.

  3. WES 3rd Graders Learn About Matter and the Scientific Process

    Posted on January 13, 2020 - School News

    In this science unit focused on matter, students will understand how objects can be described in terms of the materials they are made of, their properties, and the changes that occur in properties of materials when wet, mixed, heated, frozen, cut, dissolved, blended, or exposed to light. Students participated in two activities. In the first… Read More

  4. Our First Eagles of the Week for 2020!

    Posted on January 7, 2020 - School News

    Grade 3: Isaac Pratt Isaac was nominated by a friend in the classroom, Hunter. He said that Isaac is an EAGLE because he is focused in the classroom and does his best. Isaac is also a helper in and around the classroom. He picked up paper towels up off the bathroom floor even when it… Read More

  5. Sensory Path Coming to WES

    Posted on December 26, 2019 - School News

    I am happy to announce that Williams Elementary School has been awarded a $416 Let’s Go! Mini-Grant from Northern Light Inland Hospital to support our school’s Let’s Go! Work. At Williams, we will be creating a sensory path with decals in our school hallways for all grade levels. This sensory path will give students an… Read More

  6. Williams Food Pantry

    Posted on December 20, 2019 - School News

    Williams Elementary is so grateful for all of the food donations from our community.  Thanks to your support, our shelves are stocked and ready to provide food for our students in need.  We will continue our collection through the school year to ensure the sustainability of our food pantry.  

  7. WES Student on MDOE Student Cabinet

    Posted on December 18, 2019 - School News

    Williams fourth-grader, Cecilia Bromberg, has been invited to join the first-ever Student Cabinet at the Maine DOE. She was chosen to represent Kennebec County (one of two students county-wide) out of over 300 applications submitted. Only 33 students statewide from grades 4-12 (and one first-year college student) were invited. One of the reasons that Cecilia’s… Read More

  8. Eagles of the Week, 12/16

    Posted on December 17, 2019 - School News

    Grade 3: Lillian Rains Lillian was nominated by Mrs. Sucy and a few classmates. Lillian was nominated for having an awesome attitude, being engaged, and for listening. Rubee said, “Lillian is helpful and kind. She is a really good listener too.” Mrs. Sucy thinks Lillian is very kind and helpful. She is always willing to… Read More

  9. Help us start our own WES food pantry!

    Posted on December 11, 2019 - School News

    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

  10. Medieval Scholar works with WES students

    Posted on December 11, 2019 - School News

    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

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