We are happy to announce that Kindergarten Screening will be held on Wednesday, June 2 for students enrolling for the 2021-2022 school year. All students must be age 5...
Mrs. Smith’s high school Zoology class is studying the anatomy of pigs and wrapped up the unit with a pig dissection. Dissections take place in Zoology and Biology in...
It is Read Across America Week, and boy, do the elementary staff know how to celebrate!! Each year, Mrs. Perdue, elementary librarian, organizes a week of fun activities...
Zoology students got the opportunity to share their pig dissection stories with younger students today! Check out the great work they are doing by clicking the full story: https://www.wlstigers.org/article/414944?org=wlsview image
Elementary Student Council members will sell Smencils stating Monday 3/8 while supplies last. Smencils are $1 and can be purchased outside of the cafeteria during lunch. A Smencils is a scented pencil made of 100% recycled newspaper, and the sale serves as the only fundraiser for elementary student council. Students must bring money from home, it can’t be deducted from lunch accounts. Thanks!view image
It’s the 100th day of school, and the first graders celebrated in style! Each student decorated a shirt with 100 items they love from home. Some used stickers, googley eyes, safety pins, plastic toy bugs, Pom Poms, legos, and shiny gemstones to describe their individuality. This morning, they showcased their hard work in a fashion show emcee’ed by their teacher. We have some very creative students, who were excited to share their 100th day idea! The 100th day of school is a celebrated and anticipated tradition each year. It’s a great way for teachers to celebrate the various math, science and writing concepts that can be taught using the number 100. AND, we made it to day 100 together! Looking good, Little Tigers!view image