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Gifted and Talented Program The Williamsburg-James City County Program for Gifted Students is currently accepting referrals for the following students: Initial referrals for current K-4th grade enrichment; Initial referrals for current 4th grade students for specific academic classes (language arts and/or mathematics) Initial referrals for current 5th grade students for specific academic classes (language arts […]
No School December 20th – January 1st
Mrs. Harmon’s first graders talked about kindness in their morning meeting and the activity was “Pass the Plate”. Each student’s name was on a plate. The students had to pass them around and write one nice word/phrase about the person whose plate it was.
Matoaka Elementary School Media Center announced today that they have received $500 from the American Library Association (ALA) to help plan and implement coding activities during Computer Science Education (CS Ed) Week 2018 (December 3-9) and beyond. Matoaka Media Center is one of 250 school and public libraries around the country to receive this microfunding […]
Welcome Jennifer Damian to Matoaka! Jennifer is joining the office staff and will be Matoaka’s new attendance administrator. We are grateful to have a another cheerful person join the flock.
The first game (against Clara Byrd Baker Elementary) of the season was full of smiles, laughs, and familiar faces. Who won? We all did, can’t you tell by the picture?
This year’s Veterans Day Program was heart-warming and full of American pride. Abigail Neeley led the 2nd and 3rd graders in a combined performance honoring those who served and continue to serve to protect our country. The full photo album can be found on our Twitter feed @mes_wjcc.