Students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s kindergarten class at WES did a great job disguising their Tom the Turkey to keep him safe this Thanksgiving.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes students disguising their turkeys.
Ms. Conerly’s and Mrs. McKnight’s students at Weir Elementary School are working hard in their centers. These students are striving for success! #ChargerNation
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes students thanksgiving turkeys art
Wes students working
Wes students
Wes students
Students at Weir Elementary School enjoyed a lesson on banking with Mrs. Lorie Deason from Cadence Bank in Starkville. Mrs. Deason discussed wants versus needs with the students. She worked through some scenarios about making wise choices about how to spend money. She ended her presentation by challenging students to make good choices throughout life, so they can be successful. Pictured are enthusiastic sixth-grade students and attentive third-grade students. We appreciate Mrs. Deason and Cadence Bank for their interest in our school and community.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Mrs. Deason talking with WES students
Mrs. Deason talking with WES students
Students in Mrs. Talley and Mrs. McMullen’s kindergarten class at WES did a great job disguising their Tom the Turkey to keep him safe this Thanksgiving.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
WES students turkey art.
This WES class is having a great time constructing their plant mazes. Trial and error is a great teacher, they are working together to help their plants grow towards the light they create.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes students
Wes students
Wes students
Wes students
Weir Elementary 4th graders honored Veterans with a spectacular performance last Thursday. Thank you to our Veterans for all that you do for us!
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes Veterans Day program.
Wes program
Wes Veterans Day program
Weir Elementary School has a new sensory pathway in the new hallway. Fit for Kids says "this is a great way for kids to develop motor skills like balance, hand and eye coordination, and spatial awareness. We are excited about this new hallway for our students.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes hallway
Wes hallway
Wes hallway
Wes hallway
WES 2nd grade students are learning about the importance of making connections and problem-solving with circuit breakers - important traits they will use in the real world. Teamwork is dream work!
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes students
Wes students
Wes students
Wes students
Weir Elementary 4th graders honored Veterans with a spectacular performance last Thursday. Thank you to our Veterans for all that you do for us!
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
WES Veterans celebration
WES Second-grade students learn about the Respiratory system!
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
WES second graders learning about respiratory
WES 2nd graders
Math Assistant, Shawna Brooks works with WES second-grade students on their Math Fluency. Shawna, we are thankful for all of your hard work.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
WES Math Class
Some students at Weir Elementary School completed applications and were selected to assist in the library based on excellent character traits, responsibility, and academic success. While in the library, helping, the student assistants enjoy reading with younger students. Reading with a child helps the child grow academically and gain confidence in his or her ability to achieve. Thanks for reading with the kids you know and love. Pictured are reading helpers: Jazzmyn Weaver and Hailey Mullins reading with pre-k students.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
Wes students reading
Wes students reading
Reading is hard work when you are just learning. Kindergarten students at WES are putting lots of effort into reading books while they visit the library.
almost 3 years ago, Chris Threadgill
WES students reading
Weir Elementary School 2nd Grade students cheer for Charger football players and celebrate with a group picture.
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
Second Grade Weir Students celebrate cheer them on to victory during their first game in the playoffs!
Second Grade students enjoy having football players visit their classroom!
WES 1st Grade Spellers!
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
First Grade Spelling!
First Grade Spelling - I got it right!
Working hard on spelling words!
STEM Trampoline
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
Sixth Graders are Extreme Trampoline making.
Sixth graders making trampolines.
Sixth graders enjoy making trampolines - they are problem solving to see which one works the best.
Sixth grade students are making testing how high their trampolines will bounce.
WES Kindergarten Students make Turkeys
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
Kindergarten Turkeys!
WES 2nd Students Grade have been working hard on Author’s Purpose!
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
WES 2nd Grade Author's Purpose
Guessing game, which one is the author's purpose?
Author's purpose, which one is it entertain, inform, or persuade?
Second Grade students learn about multiplication
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
Second Grade student learns to multiply using arrays.
Second grade students learn about multiplication through repeated addition.
Second grade students learn about multiplication by drawing arrays.
Students learn about multiplication by drawing arrays to help them solve multiplication problems.
Mrs. McMullen helps kindergarten students as they find words they know in library books.
almost 3 years ago, Julie Chase
While kindergarten classes visit the library, the teacher assistants listen to students as they find words they know in library books and begin to read. Ms. McMullen is encouraging two students as they tackle reading one of their first books. They are so excited about their accomplishment!