If your child will not be at school, please click here to send an e mail to our Data Manager. Please include your child's name, teacher name, date of absence(s) and reason for absence. Our Data Manager will notify you when she receives your e-mail. If you send an e mail, you do not need to send a hand written note.
All afternoon transportation changes must be communicated in writing. You can choose one of the following written methods of communication:
In case of emergency and you did not send a note, you can:
All changes must be received before 1:30 pm.
For your child’s safety, exceptions will NOT be made.
If you have any questions, please see Mrs. Williford or Ms. Anderson.
Thank you for your cooperation in getting all children home safely.
2017-2018 YEARBOOK ORDERING INFORMATION
Capture the memories of the 2017-18 school year with this year’s edition of WUES yearbook. Order your yearbook now to guarantee your copy.
To order your 2017-18 yearbook, you MUST order online –
Orders will NOT be taken at school.
Follow these simple steps:
There will be NO extra yearbooks ordered. Please be sure to order now.
The last day to order is February 2, 2018.
From November 29th – December 1st the students in second grade were able to participate in an in house field trip for sound. The students had previously learned about sound earlier in the year, so they enjoyed digging deeper and getting to put what they know about sound into creating various objects.
The 4th and 5th Grade Eagle Chorus members had the opportunity of a lifetime when they performed at the Artists Music Guild Heritage Awards on Saturday, November 11th, 2017. Prior to the awards ceremony, the students rehearsed after school in preparation for the big event. Mrs. Reese, our Music teacher, and Mrs. Popp, a Western Union Elementary parent, co-directed the rehearsals and coached the students.
On Friday, October 27th - 2017, Western Union Kindergarteners visited Country Days Corn Maze in Indian Trail! The students enjoyed several educational and fun activities such as riding on a cow train, navigating through a corn maze, sliding down a huge silo slide, playing in a corn pit, and water duck races. Students also enjoyed learning about several animals on the farm such as pigs, chickens, and goats.