Project Ark brings the zoo to you! They visited the first grade classes this past Monday.
After learning about how books change the lives of people around the world, Ms. Hebert's Class is now collecting books for St. John's Food Pantry. Bring your books to Wildwood until Monday, February 4.
During the holiday season, many families look for ways to help others in need. If your family’s time is limited, consider just one or two projects a year and make them a family tradition (for example, making and donating gift baskets to care facilities for the elderly around the holidays).
Why should your family lend a helping hand?
Student of the Year
Reese Wesley was nominated and won Student of the Year for many obvious reasons. Reese is a model student and leader. She is intrinsically motivated and is always looking for opportunities to learn. Her leadership qualities include volunteering to help teachers, peers, and primary grade students with handwriting. Reese is a part of EBRPSS Talented Drama program while maintaining high academic standards, grades, and scores. She is highly respected and regarded by her peers and former teachers. This is why Reese Wesley is our SOY!
The Raptor Rehab unit came to visit Mrs. Crockett's Kindergarten gifted class following their Owls Unit. The LSU Vet School brought 3 raptors to Wildwood in order to give kids a chance to be up close with 3 different birds! Want your family to experience this as well? Visit the LSU Vet School for Open House on January 26 to see the raptors and other animals!
The Kindergarten and 1st Grade Gifted Resource Students have been studying Bats. As a culminating project, students decided to build a Bat House to help create an additional habitat for our mosquito eating neighbors! Look for our finished bat house at family night in the 4th grade room!
Please join Wildwood Elementary in celebrating Red Ribbon Week 2018. This year, Wildwood Elementary will celebrate Red Ribbon Week October 22-26, 2018. During Red Ribbon Week, young people in communities across the nation pledge to live a drug-free lifestyle by wearing red ribbons and participating in school and community-wide anti-drug events. Red Ribbon Week raises awareness of drug use and the problem related to drugs facing our community and encourages students, parents, educators, and community organizations to promote drug-free lifestyles. Listed below are activities for our students to participate in during Red Ribbon Week.
Red Ribbon Week Activities
October 22 - 26, 2018
Theme: “These Paws Don’t Touch Drugs!!!
Monday - 10/22/2018 “Red Ribbon Day” - Students will be given red ribbons to wear; Students will sign Red Ribbon Week Pledge during ancillary classes.
Tuesday - 10/23/2018 “Drug and I Don’t Mix!!!” - Students wear crazy or mismatched socks to show they don’t mix with drugs.
Wednesday - 10/24/2018 “Blackout Drugs!” - Students wear black shirts (uniform bottoms must be worn).
Thursday - 10/25/2018 “Living Drug Free is NO SWEAT!” - Students wear School Spirit sweatshirts (uniform bottoms must be worn). **School Spirit Sweatshirts can be purchased in the front office**
Friday - 10/26/2018 “Use Your Head, Wear Red!!!” - Students wear as much red as they can!!! Wear red shirts, socks, hair ribbons and bows and accessories (uniform bottoms must be worn)
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