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    Happenings

     Student of the Month

    Martell Vongsavan
    Joshua Lewis
    Mayson Aquila
    Anderson Godinez-Mejia
    Jackie Beltran
    Christopher Mendoza
    Brooklyn Gannon
    Nathan Kepart
    Jeffrey Koh
    Angel Cook- Rotary Student

    Great Happenings  At W.E.S.

    *Common Core
    *GAFE school
    *Free breakfast and lunch for ALL Students
    *Social/Emotional Counselor
    *School Resource Officer
    *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
    *Instructional aides in all K-3 classrooms
    *PBIS School
    *French Creek Outdoor School
    *Six Sports Programs
    *Ski/Snowboarding Program
    *College Exploration/Tours
    *College Options
    *GEAR UP
    *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
    *Specialized instruction in all subject areas
    *Cooking classes
    *Music
    *Quarterly Cub Character Events
    *After School Enrichment classes
    *School-wide assemblies
    *Community Projects
    *Professional Development for all staff
    *Curriculum
               Math- K-5 Everyday Math and 6-8- CA Math
               ELA- K-2 SFA   3-5 Benchmark    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~

    Happy Birthday

    Shayne Keomuennah, Alejandro Cervantes, Austin Perry, Bobby Swango, Donald Maez,        AJ Nachampassak & Luke Sheriff

    Staff Birthdays: Mrs. Dewhurst

    We hope your day is as wonderful as you are!

    Come on by the office for a Birthday pencil and ribbon!

    Weekly News         
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    W hat’s Happening

    Remember: No School on May 27th

    in observance of Memorial Day

    This Week we will have morning bus runs all days this week.  We will not have afternoon buses this week.  The High School bus will be running normally all week.

    Please continue to check our Website and your text messages for Bus updates as we know them. If we don’t have you do not have any means at all, to get your child to school please call the office at: 938-2715

    Students bring all your brag tags to your class on Friday the 31st for Brag Tag Count day.  Your teacher will enter your brag tags to determine the class with the highest percentage.  On Monday Mrs. Cummings will announce the class that wins.

    Monday, June 17th will be our last day of school.

    School will be from 8:15-11:30

    Our schedule for the day is as follows:

    8:45      4th – 8th Awards Ceremony

    9:45     K – 3rd Awards Ceremony

    10:30   Lunch & Fun Outside

    We will have our end-of-the-year Attendance Grand Prize Drawing at each Awards Ceremony.  You must be present to win…don’t miss it!

    There will be a yearbook staff meeting Monday, June 3rd at 1:00 in the computer lab.  If you were on the yearbook staff this year, pleas plan to attend.

    8th Grade News

    We will have our final 8th grade parent meeting on May 30th at 5:30 in Mr. Lemos' room.

    Our 8th grade trip is scheduled for June 5th, 6th & 7th

    Community News

    Roseburg Parkway will be closed to public traffic from May 17th – May 27th to allow Roseburg Forest Products to address a safety issue at the Weed Veneer Plant.

    Siskiyou Family YMCA is offering Sports Camps

    For more information please contact the YMCA Front Desk at: 530-842-9622

    Weed Berean Church is offering HIS POWER Camp for 4-12 year olds from June 17-21.  Please call 938-2860 for more information

    South Siskiyou Swim Team Information and Registration forms are available in the WES office.

    Siskiyous Eagles Basketball Camp: July 8-11th

    Call Kyle Heath at 938-5859 for more information

    Story time at Weed Children’s Library every Saturday.

    10:30-11am    Reading level 1 (0 – 3 years old)

    11:00-11:30     Reading level 2 (4 – 7 years old)

    All children welcome at both sessions. Must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

    Weed Children’s Library   150 Alamo Ave  

    938-4769

    Cub Character Referrals

    Nevaeh Perry:

    Nevaeh is always helpful with holding the door open for others and waits patiently for everyone. Thank you. 

    ~ Ms. Amanda

    Ella Riley:       

    Ella enjoys helping others from problem solving to holding doors open for others. Thank you. 

    ~ Ms. Amanda

    Mia DeLeon, Ella Riley, Karleigh Enos, Brody Enos

    & Leila Enos:  

    Being extra helpful at the athletic Banquet, cleaning up trash and wiping down tables until they sparkled! 

    ~ Mrs. Fussell

    David Rivera:

    David found something that belonged to a classmate and made sure it was returned safely. Thank you for being such a good friend. 

    ~ Ms. Terry

    Nevaeh Perry:

    Nevaeh is always so helpful cleaning up ~ even in line she will stop to pick up stuff in the hallway! 

    ~ Mrs. Ramirez

    Serenity Plemmons: 

    Serenity has been finishing your assignments and staying on task. Great job, Serenity, I am proud of you.  ~ Ms. Jackie

    Alana Alva:   

    Alana is a new student who has showed Cub Character by working hard, being kind and following directions. 

    ~ Ms. Jackie

    Jamila Thomas:        

    Jamila Always shows Cub Character. She is always on task, she is kind, considerate and always looking out for her classmates.

    ~ Ms. Jackie

    AJ Nachamassak:

    AJ saw someone walking on campus that shouldn’t have been and notified the teacher. Thank you for keeping our campus safe.  ~ Ms. Terry

    Posted 5/24/19

    W hat’s Happening

    Remember: No School on May 27th in observance of Memorial Day

    This Week we will have morning bus runs on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday.  We will not have a morning bus on Wednesday and we will not have afternoon buses this week.  The High School bus will be running normally all week.

    Please continue to check our Website and your text messages for Bus updates as we know them. If we don’t have you do not have any means at all, to get your child to school please call the office at: 938-2715

    To sign up for Remind App Text Messages:

    Text:     @weedele to 81010

    If you have trouble using 81010, try texting: @weedele to (530)402-8624

    Get ready WEED CUBS!!  We’re going to have a BIG, end of the year drawing for all of those kids who have earned perfect attendance tickets throughout the year.  Be at school on our last day, MONDAY, JUNE 17th to see if you’re the winner for either K - 3rd or 4th – 8th!!

    Kindergarten graduation is Friday, June 14th at 10am in the WES Gym.

    8th Grade News

    We will have our final 8th grade parent meeting on May 30th at 5:30 in Mr. Lemos' room.

    Our 8th grade trip is scheduled for June 5th, 6th & 7th

    Community News

    Roseburg Parkway will be closed to public traffic from May 17th – May 27th to allow Roseburg Forest Products to address a safety issue at the Weed Veneer Plant.

    Siskiyou Family YMCA is offering Sports Camps

    For more information please contact the YMCA Front Desk at: 530-842-9622

    Weed Berean Church is offering HIS POWER Camp for 4-12 year olds from June 17-21.  Please call 938-2860 for more information

    South Siskiyou Swim Team Information and Registration forms are available in the WES office.

    Siskiyous Eagles Basketball Camp: July 8-11th

    Call Kyle Heath at 938-5859 for more information

    Story time at Weed Children’s Library every Saturday.

    10:30-11am    Reading level 1 (0 – 3 years old)

    11:00-11:30     Reading level 2 (4 – 7 years old)

    All children welcome at both sessions. Must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

    Weed Children’s Library   150 Alamo Ave  

    938-4769

    Cub Character Referrals

    Romeo Ransom & Itzel Murillo:       

    These guys did great teamwork on partner math. Super focused and helpful to each other! 

    ~ Mrs. Ramirez

    Ashton Wroten:         

    Ashton was a huge help to another student during math. Thank you! 

    ~ Mrs. Ramirez

    Laila Oliver, Grace Greene & Nevaeh Perry:       

    A group left a big mess from their SFA activity ~ these girls stayed in from recess to pick it up for their classmates! 

    ~ Mrs. Ramirez

    Jaxon South: 

    Jaxon has made tremendous social growth this year! I am really proud of him for all of his hard work, and really coming out of his shell! You're going to be an awesome 1st grader, Jaxon! 

    ~ Mrs. Dewhurst

    Eleanor Oates:         

    Eleanor is a rockstar! She always helps set the bar academically and behaviorally. All-around awesome student! Thank you for being you, Eleanor! 

    ~ Mrs. Dewhurst

    Reese Spear:

    Reese saw something fall from my pocket in the cafeteria as I was walking out. He picked it up, saved it, and came in during lunch to bring it back to me. Way to be a student of integrity! I'm proud of you, Reese! 

    ~ Mrs. Dewhurst

    Jaylen Thomas:        

    Jaylen is always very polite, and always uses his manners! He always shows amazing Cub Character and is an outstanding student! 

    ~ Mrs. Dewhurst

    Annalyn Roberts:      

    Annalyn always users her manners in the cafeteria - making sure to always say please and thank you. Thank you for being so polite, Annalyn!

    ~ Mrs. Dewhurst

    Allison & Aubrey Dewhurst: 

    Helping serve dinner at Kindergarten Round Up. Thank you so much! 

    ~ Mrs. Shanna (Cafeteria)

    Posted 5/17/19

    W.E.S. Happenings

    Congratulations to all our Awesome students and families.  W.E.S's  3rd quarter awards night was a success.  Also great job to our Students of the Month!

    Perfect/Outstanding Attendance
    Honor Roll

    LCAP GOALS

    Goal 1:  Weed Elementary School will promote and provide a positive, healthy, safe and inviting learning environment that encourages student, staff, parent and community involvement.
    Goal 2:  Weed Elementary School will provide a broad course of study to reflect individual students’ academic and social achievement, enhancing understanding among all students by providing a diverse educational experience including relevant enrichment activities.
    Goal 3:  Weed Elementary School will provide challenging and appropriate educational programs with quality materials to support teacher delivery of engaging, Common Core aligned instructional lessons.

    Resources

    CUB CHARACTER

    Cub Character Focus: 

    SELF-CONTROL

    Self-Control is managing your behavior in a positive way.

    Upcoming EVENTS

    May 27    NO SCHOOL –                               Memorial Day

    May 29    Middle School walking to Roseburg Mill / Company Springs

    May 30   WHS Senior Walk at WES 8:30am

    Band to Bowling Alley

    8th Parent Meeting 5:30 in Rm 20

    June 3     Volunteer Tea

    Yearbook Meeting 1:00 Comp. Lab

    June 4     Cub Store for K – 5th

    June 5-7  8th grade trip

    June 5      Class with most Brag Tags Field Trip

    5th Grade Shadow day

    June 6     Cub Character for 4th/5th Bowling

    June 7     Cub Character for 6th/7th Bowling

    Cub Character for K-3rd 

    4th & 5th to Lincoln Park

    SBA Elections

    June 10-14   Early Release Days – 1:00

    June 11   Attendance Trip for 2nd & 3rd Bowling

    June 12    Attendance Trip for K & 1st Bowling

    8th Grade Graduation 6pm Gym

    June 13   Attendance Trip 4th – 8th Weed Pool

    1st Grade to Bowling Alley

    3rd Grade Interplanetary Jammin’ @ 10:30 in Room 4

    June 14     8th Grade Breakfast

    Kinder Graduation - Gym 10am

    June 17   LAST DAY OF SCHOOL                  11:30 RELEASE

    WES 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.

    WES 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.

    School Site Council

    All meetings are in the Library and begin at 5:30 pm

    Agenda

    September 26, 2018

    November 29, 2018

    January 31, 2019

    March 28, 2019

    May 9, 2019

    Minutes

    September 26, 2018

    November 29, 2018

    January 31, 2019

    March 28, 2019 (No quorum)

    May 9, 2019

    Spotlight

    4th Annual Boles Fire BBQ

    We celebrate the town of Weed as well as ours and the High School’s resiliency and perseverance through the Boles Fire. We recognize that that event shaped our students, families and community and we came out stronger - we celebrated with the High School students by having a special BBQ Lunch on our playground and unifying our schools!