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SAFE Phone Numbers

Please use the following to notify the after school program after the office closes:

 

SAFE K-1   938-6154

SAFE 2-3   938-6118

SAFE 4-5   938-6120

SAFE 6-8   938-6119

SAFE Coordinator  938-6152

SCHOOL FORMS

SOM

SOM

 

April Presented in May SOM Name
Mrs. Fantel Alex Russo
Mr. Miller Elijah Bishop - Filomena, Preston Riley, Jackie Beltran, Ariano Swango
Mrs. Fussell James Cosco
Mrs. Oberg David Rivera
Mrs. Coots Caden Segura & Cecilia Aquilar
Ms. Hall Julian Avila
Mr. Lynch Shayne Keomuennah
Mrs. Blankenship Colby Montgomery
Mr. Lemos Kobe Chanthavisouk

WES SCHEDULES

Regular Day:

Grades K-3

Grades  4-5

Grades 6-8 

Every Monday K-8 Early Release (1:00 pm)

Grades K-3

Grades 4-5

Grades 6-8

K-8 Minimum Day Release (12:40 pm)

Grades K-3

Grades 4-5

Grades 6-8

 

Bus Schedule

Quarterly Awards

Weed Elementary School Student Awards: recognizing students in kindergarten-eighth grade who earned outstanding and perfect attendance along with honor roll.

List of students for 1st Quarter

List of students for 2nd Quarter

List of students for 3rd Quarter

List of students for 4th Quarter

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What's Happening June 4-8

We will have modified afternoon bus runs today and tomorrow due to our Cub Character Field Trips. We will only have a 3:00 and 3:50 afternoon run today and tomorrow. SAFE will be open until 6pm.

8th Grade News: The 8th graders had an amazing time on their class trip. Thank you to Mr. Lemos and Mrs. Blankenship for planning it and to all our parent chaperones who drove and helped out tremendously to make the trip a success!

Honesty, Courage, Responsibility, Humanity, Caring, Service, Self Esteem, Gratitude,Goal Setting, Integrity, Cooperation, Self-Control, Patience, Perseverance, Respect.  At Weed Elementary School, Character Counts!

Cub Character Events: Cub Character events are quarterly events that Weed Elementary School has to reward those students who consistently show the Cub Character we’re looking for in our students. For K-3rd, teachers decide if their students qualify for this special event based on classroom behavior. For the last event of the year for 4th – 8th, a student’s eligibility is determined if the student has qualified for all other Cub Character Events. Students who stay behind are not in any trouble, they will have a normal school day. If your student stays behind please talk with your child about their character and areas that they can work on to get back on track. Weed Elementary School believes in teaching our kids strong character skills that they will carry with them throughout their lives. We feel positive reinforcement is a valuable piece of our structure and appreciate your support in teaching our students about Character.

It’s End of Year A-Z for K – 4th grades:

June 4 – Volunteer Day (Clean up the school neighborhood)

June 5 – Watermelon Day (You will be treated to watermelon)

June 6 – Xtra Recess Day

June 7 – Yell Contest (Show your school spirit by being the loudest class)

June 8 – Zebra Day (Wear stripes to school today)

WES Activities

CULTURAL FAIR:

Weed Elementary School is celebrating the last of our four month multicultural celebrations, ending this month with the celebration of our Mexican/American cultures.  This week we were fortunate and excite to watch eight of our students perform for the entire school. They performed traditional dances from the state of Jalisco, Mexico.  The men wore Mexican charro outfits which were black shirt and pants, a rebozo/sarape hanging on the side, a big charro bow and a large sombrero. The ladies wore a colorful dress with ribbons and beautiful lace.  Our amazing students performed five different dances. The students performing were: Brian Garcia, Abigail Escobedo, Nayeli Flores, Julio Garcia, Gabi Tapia, Tommy Pineda, Gissell Murillo, Daniel Garcia, Isabella Garcia and Alex Sanchez.  Thank you so much to our students for sharing their culture with us and to Chela Tapia for putting together this amazing assembly.

 

GREAT HAPPENINGS AT WES

  • Common Core
  • GAFE school
  • SAFE~Free after school care until 6:00 PM-snack and supper served
  • 1:1 Technology devices for every student
  • Transitional Kindergarten program
  • Extended Transitional Kindergarten 
  • Small Class Sizes
  • French Creek Outdoor School
  • Six Sports Programs
  • Ski/Snowboarding Program
  • College Exploration/Tours
  • College Options
  • Career Fair
  • Job Shadowing
  • Student/Community Involvement
  • Art Exhibitions
  • History Day
  • Multicultural Months
  • Science Fair
  • Accelerated Reading
  • Quality Intervention Programs
  • Class Field Trips
  • Quarterly Family Awards nights
  • Parent Workshops
  • GATE in the classroom
  • Cooking classes
  • Music
  • Quarterly Cub Character Events
  • After School Enrichment classes
  • School-wide assemblies
  • Community Projects
  • Educational training for staff in Common Core and technology
  • Common Core Math- K-5 Everyday Math and 6-8- CA Math
  • Piloting Common Core ELA- K-5 Benchmark and 6-8 Amplify

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

Choir Festival at Songs

Cub Character Focus

Character is the mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual.

Character cannot be developed in ease and quiet. Only through experience of trial and suffering can the soul be strengthened, ambition inspired, and success achieved. ~ Helen Keller

Cub Character

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

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

Weed Cubs have the best students.  Way to go!

Upcoming Events

June 4 K-3rd Cub Character Science Works Board Buses @ 8:30 Return at 2:45pm 3:00 & 3:50 Bus Runs--Cub Store for 4th & 5th--Today Girls Circle Party – 1:00

June 5 4th-8th Cub Character – Water Works Board Buses at 8:30 Return at 2:45 3:00 & 3:50 Bus Runs Today--Cub Store for K – 3rd

June 6 4th & 5th to Shasta Caverns--1st grades to Cedar Lanes--8th Grade Graduation 6pm – Gym

June 7 Minimum Day – 12:40 Release--Kindergarten Graduation 10am Gym--6th – 8th to Weed Pool

June 8 Minimum Day – 12:40 Release--Awards Day 8:30am--4th & 5th to Weed Pool

 

Have a Great Summer Vacation!

 

 

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.

 

 

SAFETY

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.

 

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WUESD Transportation Safety Plan

ACADEMIC FOCUS

(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.