Who has not at some point read a Dr. Seuss book to their class? Whether it was “The Cat in the Hat, Fox in Sock or Green Eggs and Ham, we all have. Dr. Seuss has made and is continuing to make a tremendous impact on literacy for today’s young children. The students at WBEC always enjoys celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday. So about a month ago some of the staff at the school decided to put on a skit for the entire school in observance of his birthday. The name of the skit was “The Cat in the Hat Visits WBEC. The students and the staff at the school really enjoyed the presentation and with such rave reviews, hopefully this will continue to be a yearly event.
Wednesday, February 15, 2017, American Legion Post 27 members visited Walter Bickett Education Center. The members talked with the staff and students about Flag Etiquette and what the US flag means to us as citizens of the USA. They also brought presents for the children, each child took home a comic book talking about the US Flag along with a miniature US flag.
This month Ms.Buck's class studied England. We learned about the important people in the monarchy who they are and what they do. Our class also researched England’s landmarks, castles, and traditions. The students made replicas of Big Ben. We decorated teapots and took part in the English tradition of tea time.