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Mrs. Lappe explains the life cycle of a pumpkin.

Lights, Camera, Read!

Halloween Parade 2017

Halloween Parade 2017

Halloween Parade 2017

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Halloween Parade 2017

Reading games at Family Literacy Night

Kindergarten students spell their name with virtual magnetic tiles.

Halloween Parade 2017

1st and 2nd grade reading buddies

Halloween Parade 2017

Mrs. Larson's students practice mathematical concepts on EDpuzzle.

Halloween Parade 2017

Halloween Parade 2017

Thank you for participating in Watch DOGS!

Flexible seating as we work on comprehension skills using ReadTheory.org.

Halloween Parade 2017

1st and 2nd grade reading buddies

Mrs. Larson's 2nd graders prepare for their Genre test through the use of Kahoot!

Halloween Parade 2017

Mrs. Lappe's 1st grade students are counting the number of seeds in their pumpkins.

Halloween Parade 2017

Halloween Parade 2017

Comprehension Station at Family Literacy Night

Halloween Parade 2017

Halloween Parade 2017

Superintendent, Mr. Salemi, reads a story to the 2nd grade students.

Halloween Parade 2017

Halloween Parade 2017

Read-to-Selfie Station

Veteran's Day Assembly

Playing board games with our grandparents on Grandparents Day.

Veteran's Day Assembly

Making puppet buddies at Family Literacy Night 

Playing Yahtzee on Grandparents Day.

As 1st grade students "Teach their Monster to Read," they're really teaching themselves.

Differentiation through the use of technology in Mrs. Larson's 2nd grade classroom.

Using pictures to solve math problems.

Coding Minecraft during STEM Day

Honoring our Veterans

WPS Walkathon

1st Graders wave to WIS students as they pass by them during the Walkathon.

Parent Visitation Day

Learning and having fun on Grandparents Day 2017.

Learning from a Veteran

STEM Day

Using the Epic ebook database to learn about animals of interest

Superintendent Salemi reads The Gruffalo

Parent Visitation Day

Mrs. Jacobsen and Mrs. Church stop for a picture at the Selfie Station

Mrs. Lappe's students build relationships during Morning Meeting.

Mr. Salemi visits Ms. McMorrow's class to read them a story.

Learning about different genres using EDpuzzle's 21st Century learning tool.

Researching animals on Pebble Go

Read-to-Self Selfie Station with Splash

Veteran's Day Assembly

Miss Braniff's students are excited to read in their book nook.

Kindergarten students are working on alphabetical order.

Mission Statement

Westchester Public Schools, District 92½, will apply inquiry-based strategies within the curriculum and foster a culturally responsive, caring and safe environment that addresses the instructional needs of all students while developing leadership skills and opportunities.
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Winter Break

December 22nd - January 5th – Classes resume on January 8th.

WPS Cares – Winter Hat, Glove and Scarf collection

We are starting our hat, glove and scarf collection for our holiday tree. We are collecting new/unworn items and students will decorate our holiday tree with their hat, glove or scarf donations. All donations are for the Westchester Food Pantry.

Keyboarding Without Tears

School District 92.5 has purchased a web-based keyboarding curriculum for all students in Kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade to use at school and at home entitled Keyboarding Without Tears. Your child has already been utilizing the program at school, but if you have a computer and the Internet at home, we would love for them to continue using it there as well. You can also check out a computer at your local library if you don't have a computer at home. This curriculum teaches students computer mouse skills, typing skills, general computer readiness, and online test prep. Click Keyboarding without Tears Parent Letter Website.pdf to find instructions on how to access the program at home. Each student has been given a Secret Code to login to their account. If they do not remember it, please email Mrs. Thomas at cthomas@sd925.org so she can send it to you.

Hour of Code

This month we are celebrating Computer Science by completing the hour of code on code.org. If students are interested in learning more they can go beyond the hour of code and complete the courses on code.org.

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