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
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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.
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 . . .
This AfternoonPartly sunny, with a high near 65. East wind around 15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.
TonightMostly cloudy, with a low around 43. Northeast wind around 10 mph.
MondayPartly sunny, with a high near 68. Northeast wind 10 to 15 mph.
West Central 5th grade teachers are excited about the new school year! Classroom teachers are Mrs. Winters, Miss Worthington, and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Lumbeck is the Special Education teacher and Ms. Lewis is the Title I teacher. Contact information: School: (309)627-2339 Mrs. Smith Extension 1318 firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Winters Extension 1334 email@example.com Miss Worthington Extension 1323 firstname.lastname@example.org Mrs. Lumbeck Extension . . .
It is with great honor and excitement that I introduce myself, Kimberly Harrison, as the new Assistant Principal of West Central Elementary. I recently graduated from Western Illinois University with a Master of Science in Educational Leadership. I previously graduated from Western Illinois University with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics, and have had the privilege of teaching high school mathematics for the last ten years. As I begin my first year as Assistant Principal, I am extremely excited and deeply committed to making a difference in the lives of our students at West Central Elementary. I am looking forward to an exciting year of learning and growing with our students, staff, and community, and becoming a part of the West Central family. Our mission statement is “Providing Opportunities, Expecting Excellence.” I look forward to working with our PBIS team, grade level teams, and student support systems, in order to provide a quality education where we can accomplish our mission together. I realize that it takes an entire team to work together to accomplish our mission, including our parents and . . .
Welcome to West Central High School On behalf, our the entire staff, I am very excited to welcome you to the West Central High School webpage. After teaching for 17 years, I am honored to be serving in my third year as an administrator at such an outstanding school as West Central High School. Our school serves approximately 260 students, while providing an excellent teaching staff and support personnel who all want to ensure that every child succeeds. At West Central High School we offer many opportunities to excel in . . .
Welcome to West Central Middle School (WCMS), home of the Heat. WCMS serves nearly 200 students in grades six, seven, and eight. Here we work as a team to provide the best possible educational experiences for your children. From teachers, associates, and secretaries to cafeteria workers, custodians, and bus drivers, we are all here for one reason - the students. We believe that WCMS shares a partnership with the community in educating its students. Quality education for all should be provided. Our goal is to prepare each student to seek jobs, consider careers, pursue higher . . .
West Central Elementary Welcome to West Central Elementary, home to approximately 400 Pre-K through 5 th grade students. We have a very dedicated staff that puts the needs of our students first, while upholding our mission statement, “Providing Opportunities, Expecting Excellence.” Our elementary building promotes the Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS) program. We do so by rewarding those students who are following the rules and meeting the expectations set forth by the faculty and staff. The students are given an opportunity to earn . . .
As we look forward to the 2016-2017 school year, I am honored to serve as the Superintendent of West Central C.U.S.D. #235. Thank you for the warm welcome I have received. I have met and had conversations with many individuals already, and the pride with which these individuals speak about West Central is inspiring. West Central has incredible students, staff, families and community members who come together to support our mission of Providing Opportunity and Expecting Excellence. To those new to our school community, we welcome you as well and look forward to you joining our . . .