Welcome to Westmeade Elementary School
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Help keep your student from the dreaded summer slide. Keep your kids reading and learning all summer. Our summer reading program is called Reading Fun in the Past. We visited Nashville 450 years ago and found fossils. Last week we travelled back 100 years, made homemade ice cream, wrote with quill pens, read from McGuffey's readers and had fun outdoors.
Our garden is taking off as students and parents work and enjoy the surprises that nature holds.
Summer in the garden also brings families and students together to learn and appreciate the goodness of the earth.
Parents and children came for dinner in the garden and stayed to weed, mix in worm castings, identify weeds and enjoy the cool of the evening with each other as part of the Westmeade community.
Our Girl Scouts completed their year-long green house build, and we have a great new feature in our garden. It took the girls a year of work and approximately 275 hours.
Follow this link and see photos of the girls and families working on the actual build. Or simply go to Media Room and click on the link there.
Ms. Ferguson and Ms. McIntyre gazed at the completed Greenhouse last Saturday. :How many childen's hands touched each of the bottles while they washed them, removed the labels, and cut them. Ms. Ferguson and her legion of parent volunteers oversaw each of the steps that brought us to this conclusion.
Check out our webpage to see ways you and your family can take an adventurous journey in learning about the world we inhabit!
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