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Hess-Haughey builds up West Central girls track team

Check out the great article in the Review Atlas on the WCHS Girls Track Team. Click on the link to see the article. Hess-Haughey builds up West Central girls track team  

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“Who Poisoned His Meatball”

WCMS Play 2018

West Central Middle School will be presenting “Who Poisoned His Meatball” by Craig Sodaro and produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc., Denver Colorado on Thursday, April 26, Friday, April 27 and Saturday, April 28.  All shows begin at 7:00 PM and the doors will open at 6:30 PM.  The play is a murder mystery with lots of twists and turns.  Nero Sharpe, the . . .

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Soil Can Be Very Interesting

The 4th Grade RTI group spent some time examining the properties of soil.  

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WCEL Heat Hub

Below is a link to West Central Elementary School's monthly newsletter.  Within this newsletter is some information you may find valuable as well as some important dates!  Please click on each link to access the newsletter. WCEL April 2018 Heat Hub WCEL March 2018 Heat Hub WCEL February 2018 Heat Hub WCEL December 2017 Heat Hub WCEL November 2017 Heat Hub WCEL . . .

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Preschool Screening

West Central CUSD #235 in collaboration with ROE #33 and West Central Head Start will offer free developmental check-ups at West Central Elementary School.  A developmental check-up will assess your child’s overall progress.  The ESI – R test evaluates visual-motor skills, language and cognition skills, as well as gross motor skills.  After your child completes the test, the results will be explained by . . .

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PreK Classroom Makeover

 Ms. Lescallett's room received a update Tuesday April 10th  with funds from the expansion grant from the ROE 33. The students in the class are enjoying the new room arrangement and toys.        Several ROE staff members worked very hard assembling furniture, and setting up the room . A thank you also to Mrs. Lafary, the custodial staff and early childhood staff for their help.

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How to Use Calculus to Model Real Life

Each yeah Professor Mike Sostarecz from Monmouth College comes out to give a lecture to the calculus students on how to use Calculus to model real life. He spoke on modeling linear, and quadratic equations. He showed them how he uses a high speed camera to see a golf ball leaving the T, how to find the speed of a water bottle rocket, and how to model the curve of a roulette table off of a Sine wave. The students were very attentive and . . .

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