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Kindergarten students in Mrs. Fallon's class had to create and build a nest that would keep their peeps safe. They did a fantastic job! We are WR!
Ms. Scott brought a special visitor “River” to help kindergarteners learn living vs nonliving. They experienced a real bunny encounter and eating chocolate bunnies. Yum! We are WR!
Mrs. Fallon's kindergartners had so much fun writing their sight words in shaving cream. We are WR!
Little Lady Rider Volleyball Camp information
Fifth graders worked together to build Rovers for the Moon. They used directions from NASA to start the build. Then, they worked through the engineering design process to improve the rover.
These students from Mrs. Buck's room cashed in their lunch with the teacher coupon.
Fourth grade students conducting an Electromagnets experiment.
High school student-athletes focused on playing their sport at the NCAA level won't want to miss this informative hour with the Eligibility Center staff. Learn about next steps, based on your year in high school and how the removal of standardized test score requirements may impact your eligibility experience.
Attention Seniors and parents/guardians of Seniors: Here is the link for the Class of 2023 yard signs that are on sale through Spencer Signs: https://www.spencerscustomapparel.com/WRClassof2023
Sean Murdock signed his letter of intent to continue his education and athletic career (Cross Country, Track and indoor Track) at Muskingum University! We are WR!
Mrs. Eddington's class made storms in a jar. The kids added water droplets to their clouds until it rained. Ms. Frizzle would be proud! Thank you to middle schoolers Addi Lutz and Alanah Purdy for reading our story and helping us make it rain. We are WR!
Happy world Theater Day (Monday) and congratulations to all the students who participated in the musical Freaky Friday! There were 32 students involved with the production on and backstage. We are WR!
Ms. Ritz's 1st graders had so much fun learning about oral hygiene!
7th grade students in Mrs. Ashley and Mr. Wilson’s robotics and automation class have been working hard to create wind turbines utilizing two or more mechanisms learned through our newest curriculum, Project Lead the Way. Students have enjoyed the hands on learning experiences available through this platform, and their teachers have loved seeing students so engaged in the learning process! We are WR!