On March 22, Matthew Whaley celebrated our Read Across America Day with several guest readers! It was a great day to embrace our love of reading and being read to!
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Our state testing is quickly approaching! Everything you need to know about our upcoming SOL testing in May is attached here to include the following: which students are taking the tests, when the tests are taking place, what is being tested, and tips to help your student succeed. Spring 2019 SOL Parent Information.pptx MWES Spring […]
Follow the link below to watch the segment from Tuesday’s School Board that highlighted our fifth graders’ recent Career Wax Museum and Mrs. Kendall Almasian’s introduction of the career readiness instruction that occurs at the elementary level. Great job Mrs. Almasian!! (the segment starts at 1:24) https://youtu.be/JuGCtjllRd8?t=5053
Our annual Strawberry Festival is just around the corner! In order to make this event the most successful it can be, we will need some help. We know your time is indeed precious, so we appreciate in advance anything you can provide to this fabulous event. Please use this sign up genius link to let […]
SCA is sponsoring a clean the community day on Friday, March 22nd from 5-6:30 p.m. We will be traveling on foot around Matthew Whaley’s campus and through CW collecting litter and disposing of it properly. If you’re interested in joining us, please meet on the front steps of Matthew Whaley Friday at 5 p.m. SCA […]
We had two phenomenal nominees for our 2019 Support Staff of the Year: Michael Greene and Karen Brigham. Both of these amazing individuals bring something different to our Matthew Whaley family, but both are equally beloved. We are pleased to announce our 2019 Support Staff of the Year is KAREN BRIGHAM! Congratulations! We are so […]
Mrs. Armbruster and her future astronauts learned all about Mae Jemison and her achievements for black history month. They made rockets and pretended to go space!
Mrs. Schrack’s first graders received a visit from Mr. Otstot, a Matthew Whaley parent. He shared awesome information about being a triathlete. Then, they learned all about Arthur Ashe and made tennis rackets!
Mrs. Watkins first graders and Ms. Carroll’s fourth graders celebrated St. Patrick’s day with a little STEM! They worked together to build a rainbow bridge that could hold the most coins and mazes in which they timed their selves getting the marble through them. We love working together as a team!
Our third graders showcased their annual leprechaun traps on Friday to model simple machines!