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Pastries for Parents - February 7, 2020

  Have you ever wondered why snow is white?  This was the topic of discussion during the Pastries for Parents event on Friday, February 7th.  Students and their guests had pastries and juice in the ele mentary gym. There . . . read more

World Read Aloud Day 2020

There were some wonderful visitors at West Central on Wednesday, February 5th to celebrate World Read Aloud Day.  In the morning, the kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grade students were treated to high school students who came and read aloud . . . read more

Battle of the Books 2019

By Kelly, Judy

The halls at West Central Elementary have been abuzz with talk of our first ever Battle of the Books Competition.  Seventy-one students in grades 3 thru 5 participated in this event by listening to and reading 10 specific books. The . . . read more

Pastries With Parents 2018

By Kelly, Judy | February 14, 2018

It was all “higher order thinking” for the Pastries with Parents event at West Central Elementary on Friday, February 9th.  While attendees enjoyed pastries and juice, Mrs. Lafary kicked off the program and Mrs. Lumbeck . . . read more

World Read Aloud Day - 2018

By Kelly, Judy | February 13, 2018

  Students got to relax in their pajamas while they listened to stories read aloud for World Read Aloud Day on Thursday, February 1st.  Guest readers joined the students, sharing old favorites as well as new books.  Our . . . read more

Pastries with Parents

Attn: 3rd-5th Grade Parents

Pastries with Parents will be held this year on Friday, February 9, 2018 from 8:30 - 9:15 AM.  The program will be held in the WC Elementary Cafeteria for 3rd-5th Grade Parents.   The theme this year is:  Higher Order . . . read more

World Read Aloud Day - February 1, 2018

By Kelly, Judy

"Everyone in the world should get to read and write. Every year, on World Read Aloud Day, people all around the globe read aloud together and share stories to advocate for literacy as a human right that belongs to all people."  . . . read more

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