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ACSA Student of YEAR

ACSA Student of YEAR

Congratulations to Violet Carter & Christina Amezcua for receiving the Association of CA School Administrators Student of the Year Award. We are so proud of you!!

Office Hours

Weed Elementary School office is open daily from 7:45 A.M.- 3:30 P.M.

530-938-2715

THIS WEEK

April 7 Book Fair: 7:30 – 9:30am & 2:30 – 6:30pm --Site Council/Cub Power meeting 2:45 Rm 20

School Fundraiser Begins

April 8 Book Fair Hours: 7:30 – 9:30am & 2:30 – 7pm (Family Event in Library) --8th Grade Parent Meeting 5pm

3rd Quarter Awards Ceremony for 4th – 8th Gym @ 6pm

April 9 Book Fair : 7:30 – 9:30am & 2:30 – 6:30pm --4th Grade to Frog Pond & Fish Hatchery

April 10 Book Fair: 7:30 – 9:30am & 2:30 – 6:30pm ---6th – 8th to COS ---Cub Character Event: Easter Egg Hunt

K – 3rd

April 11 Minimum Day ~ 12:40 Release --Book Fair: 7:30 – 9:30am & 12:40 – 3:30pm

Upcoming Events

Next Week is Spring Break Coming up AFTER Spring Break:

April 21 No School ~ Snow Day

April 23 Board Meeting 7pm room 20

April 24 Student of the Month Luncheon with our Superintendent

April 25 Cub Character Events for 4th – 8th grades ---GEAR Ups “Thank Goodness it’s Friday” free coffee day 7:30 – 9am in the library ---School Fundraiser Ends ~ Turn in all money & order Forms

Assembly

Joe Craven visited Weed Elementary School last week for a fun filled music assembly.  Weed Cubs were a captive audience for Joe as he introduced homemade instruments, sang and danced.  By the end students were dancing and singing and having a great time.

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ACADEMIC FOCUS

Students will read complex text closely to analyze what the text says explicitly and make logical inferences from it; citing specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from the text.

Celebration of Cultures

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Week of April 7-11

WES will be having our Spring Fundraiser beginning today and running through April 25th. These fundraisers help fund special things for our students like the Cub Character Events, Fieldtrips and the 8th grade profits will go towards their 8th grade trip. Please help our students in supporting our school!! Watch for information coming home later this week.

Congratulations to Violet Carter & Christina Amezcua for receiving the Association of CA School Administrators Student of the Year Award. We are so proud of you!!

Site Council and Cub Power will be meeting today beginning at 2:45 in the library ~ please join us and share your valuable input!!

The Book Fair is this week!! April 7th-11th

The Scholastic Book Fair's Online store will be open for shopping April 2nd through 22nd

http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/homepage/weedunionelementaryschool

Yearbook:

Last chance to guarantee your child has a copy of Weed Elementary’s beautiful 2014 HARDCOVER yearbook. Copies are limited, buy yours today!

Cub Power:

Our next Cub Power meeting will be today at 2:45 in the library right after the Site Council meeting Cub Power is brainstorming our next WES event feel free to stop by and provide input/feedback!

What's Happening

WES would like to welcome new staff member Desiray Matthews aboard!! Desiray has spent many hours volunteering in her 3 kids’ classrooms and is quite familiar with our school! Desiray will be filling in for custodians and in the SAFE 6th – 8th classroom.

Congratulations to all of our students who consistently showed Cub Character over the last month and earned our Rainforest Wonders assembly! Our school continues to grow and learn from these positive Cub Character events – all students have a fresh start to earn the next event in April. Students must remember that their behavior is within their own control and they are responsible for it – good or bad.

The Book Fair is coming!!! April 7th – 11th

Cub Character Recognition:

Our Students are working towards the April Cub Character Event: On April 10th the K – 3rd grades will have an Easter Egg hunt followed by lunch at Hoy Park!

On April 25th the 4th grade classes will be treated to a movie in their classrooms with popcorn and soda (4th graders may wear their PJs to school on this day and bring a favorite blanket or pillow!  April 25th will also be an afternoon school dance in the gym for the 5th – 8th grades where there’ll be a DJ, popcorn and soda!

We are excited to provide these events for all of our students who are diligently working on their behavior, their positive attitudes and their helpful nature! Let’s go CUBS

Yearbook:

Last chance to guarantee your child has a copy of Weed Elementary’s beautiful 2014 HARDCOVER yearbook. Copies are limited, buy yours today!

Cub Power:

Our next Cub Power meeting will be on April 7th at 2:45 in the library right after the Site Council meeting Cub Power is brainstorming our next WES event feel free to stop by and provide input/feedback!

Basketball Fundraiser A Success

Cub Power would like to give a BIG shout out to all those who helped make our 5th annual Basketball and Spaghetti dinner “Fun”draiser a success: Crystal Repass, Cristal Escobedo, Leeanna Rizzo, Alisha Parham, Terry Brewer, Jeff Lee, Cookie Reynolds.  Our Student Council Officers, our Referees: Tim Jaegel & Eric Thelander, our Cafeteria Crew, our Maintenance Crew, Our Teachers, Classified Staff, District Office and Board Members who volunteered their time to play in the big game or work various positions to help out.

Thank you to all who donated to the classroom baskets and the dessert silent auction! And a HUGE thank you to Roseburg Forest Products for the donation allowing Cub Power to purchase the Play Station 4!! 

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GREAT HAPPENINGS AT WES

  • French Creek Outdoor School
  • Six Sports Programs
  • GEAR UP
  • Ski/Snowboarding Program
  • College Exploration/Tours
  • Career Fair
  • Job Shadowing
  • Student/Community Involvement
  • Art Exhibitions
  • Science/History Day
  • Multicultural Month
  • Science Museum
  • Accelerated Reading
  • Intervention Programs
  • Class Field Trips
  • Quarterly Family Awards nights
  • GEAR UP Parent Workshops
  • GATE-annual GATE Trip
  • Continuing Cooking in the Classroom
  • Music and Theater~Music By The Mountain
  • SAFE~Free after school care 
  • After School Enrichment classes
  • School-wide assemblies
  • Community Projects
  • Educational training for staff in Common Core Standards

Please feel free to call and set up an appointment for a campus tour or to talk to the Principal about WES.

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WHS Choir Assembly

WHS Choir Assembly

Character Focus

Courage ~Courage is taking positive and healthy risks to benefit yourself and others.

STAFF CONTACT

Staff Email.  Please be aware that you can dial directly to your child's classroom only after 3:00 P.M.  If you call before then you will go to your child's teacher's voicemail.

Staff's Direct phone numbers

Cub Character

W.E.S. students who demonstrate outstanding character are recognized monthly:

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

Weed Cubs have the best students.  Way to go! See the principal's page for students who are being recognized for the current month!

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Vision & Mission

OUR VISION

WUESD is committed to providing an educational environment that supports, encourages, and challenges each student and staff to strive for academic excellence, mutual respect and responsible citizenship.

 

OUR MISSION

We, at Weed Elementary School, believe that it is our responsibility to provide quality educational programs which foster significant academic achievement for ALL students in a safe environment characterized by mutual respect and acceptance of the individual differences.

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