Weed Elementary School office is open daily from 7:30 A.M.- 4:00 P.M.
Wednesday Early Release
Minimum Day 12:40 Release
SSC Dates for 2016-2017
February Student of the Month
February Students' of the Month
Mrs. Fantel: Ella Venture, Ciowa Perry, Elizabeth Swango
Mrs. Yandell: Tejas vonLahr, Karina Rodenberge
Mrs. Coots: Noah Tunnicliff
Music Video- (Band) Katy Perry:Firework, (Band) John Williams-Star Wars and (Choir)- Don't Stop Believen'
Staff Appreciation Video:
Shop with a Cop
Happenings at WES-February 27-March 3
This Friday is our Rigatoni Dinner and Staff vs. Student Basketball Game beginning at 5:45. Please join us for this great, annual fundraiser! Tickets can be purchased in the office, MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY – NO PAYING AT THE DOOR! We will be raffling off gift baskets and our grand prize - a $400 Walmart Gift Card!!
Join us for Weed Elementary 7th & 8th grade boys & girls taking on Officers for the City of Weed Police Department in a head to head basketball game! March 10th at 6pm – FREE entry!
We’re looking for donations for Classroom Gift Baskets that are being put together to raffle at our Staff vs. 8th Grade Students Basketball Game on March 3rd. Please talk to your child to see what their grade’s theme is. Thank you for your support!
March 2nd is Dr. Seuss’ Birthday! All students are encouraged to wear a crazy hat or silly socks that day to celebrate!
Weed Middle School Cheerleaders will be hosting a one week “Mini Camp” for students Kindergarten – 5th grade. We will practice from 4pm - 5pm starting today – Thursday, March 2nd. On Friday March 3rd we will end the week with a halftime performance at the Staff vs. Student Basketball game.
8th Grade News
A BIG thank you to all of our parents, staff, students and community members who helped us with our 8th grade fundraiser tournament over the weekend. We appreciate your support!!
8th graders will go to WHS on March 22nd to take them PSAT. Info will be coming home soon.
Samuel Martin: Thank you, Samuel for finding and turning in my glasses’ lens. I also appreciate you following through by letting me know and later making sure I’d picked it up! ~ Ms. Hayes
Tejas vonLahr, Arely Yerena, Gisselle Guadarrama, Brooklyn Gannon & Jessica Alvarez: All of these students volunteered to stay an hour after school to help set up our fish tank in preparation for eyed trout eggs! Thank you all for your service! ~ Ms. Yandell
Javon Thomas: Jayvon picked up another student’s had during awards assembly and gave it back to him. ~ Mr. Lemos
JoJo Lee: JoJo helps me after school a few times a month – I appreciate her help so much – you’re fabulous JoJo! ~ Mrs. Ramirez
Marissa Nystrom & Alex Sanchez: Marissa and Alex saw a messy classroom and cleaned it
up even though it was not their classroom. Thank you both for your kindness when nobody was looking. ~ Mr. Lynch
Brooklyn Gannon & Audrey Xayrath: Brooklyn and Audrey helped another student clean up a spill in the classroom. Thank you, girls, for your kindness. ~ Ms. Hayes
Our 9th Annual Staff vs. 8th grade Students Basketball Fundraiser & Rigatoni Dinner is set for March 3rd! This is a super fun event that you don’t want to miss out on! Each grade will be putting together a gift basket to raffle off at the game so please check with your child’s teacher to see what type of items you can donate. Baskets will be raffled off throughout the game and at halftime we will have a special presentation by our WES Cheerleaders and our K-5th grade Cheer Camp participants! Our GRAND PRIZE will be raffled at the end of the game!! It’s a
fantastic prize this year ~ don’t miss it!!
GREAT HAPPENINGS AT WES
Please feel free to call and set up an appointment for a campus tour or to talk to the Principal about WES.
(MP1) Make sense of problems and persevere in solving them; (MP2) Reason abstractly and quantitatively; (MP3) Construct Viable arguments and critique reasoning of others.
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.
Cub Character Focus
Patience is willing to wait and endure without complaint.
Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world. ~ Harriet Tubman
W.E.S. students who demonstrate outstanding character are recognized monthly:
Weed Cubs have the best students. Way to go!
Feb 27 Emergency Drill rescheduled for 11:10
Mar 1 Cub Character Event
Mar 3 Cub Power Staff vs. Students Bball Game & Rigatoni Dinner begins @ 5:45
Mar 10 Cubs vs. Cops Basketball game @ 6pm
Mar 16 5th Grade to Nordic Center
Mar 20 Spring Picture Day
1st Quarter Awards
Weed Elementary School first quarter student awards recognizing students in kindergarten-eighth grade who earned outstanding and perfect attendance along with honor roll.
Vision & Mission
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.
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.
EMERGENCY EVACUATIONS OFF CAMPUS
If WES students and staff need to evacuate the school for an emergency please do the following:
1. Remain calm- we will evacuate all of our students safely.
2. Please let us get all students to the evacuation sight and meet us there for sign out and pick up.
3. As soon as possible you will be notified with information if we need to evacuate.
If we are evacuating off campus and remaining in the uptown area of Weed please meet us at Son's Field by the high school
If we are evacuating off campus to the downtown area, pick up will be on Alamo by the train depot.
If you would like more information regarding our evacuation plans please contact our Superintendent, Alisa Cummings.