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  • Students celebrate the holidays

    Click here to see pictures of students hard at work.

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  • No student left behind

    No student gets left behind at WBEC! Even virtual students were able to come by and pick up gifts during this season of giving.

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  • Special Thanks!

    A special thank you to Forest Hills High School. They brought each of our students a special gift. In years past they have visited the students and spent time with them as they unwrapped their gifts. This year brought new challenges but Forest Hills rose to the occasion and had their students record themselves reading to our students. Check out the link that came with your child's book we know they will enjoy this truly special gift.

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  • Virtual Read Aloud

    WBEC will offer read alouds each Friday at 1:00pm. Please join us and enjoy a great story! Click here for link

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  • Calendar Change

    Attention Parents the UCPS school district has updated the school caledar. Monday December 21st is now a Virtual Learning day! WBEC students should log on to Canvas and live sessions as directed by their teacher. There will be NO in person learning on this day.

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  • Grab Your Apron!

    Students in Ms. Smith's class having been getting ready for a BIG Meal! They shopped and cooked in class to create a healthy meal for their school family. Check out their Harvest photos!

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  • Thanks for Participating

    Thanks for joining us for Our parent Involvement activity! We had a scavenger hunt. We had a lot of funlooking for objects and showing them off to our friends. Join in the Fun next time! See you at our next activity coming soon.

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  • Spider webs

    Mrs.Tillman and Ms.Dubose classroom celebrated this spooky time of the year with some not so scary spider webs. Students used ketchup and mustard and toothpicks to create webs for their spiders.

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  • Pumpkin Patch

    In celebration of Fall WBEC had their own pumpkin patch. Students took part in fun educational activities from counting corn, finding which pumpkin is different, a special treat and pumpkin decorating.

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  • Parent Involvement Activity

    Connect with your child’s teacher and others during a virtual Parent Involvement Activity October 30, 2020 At 10:00 am OR 12:00 pm We will complete pumpkin or apple art! Materials will be sent home with students. Join the Zoom meeting https://zoom.us/j/95432288179?pwd=K1llek9YTzVXOERnbDFpT21iVHJydz09 Meeting ID: 954 3228 8179 Passcode: fDdDV1

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  • Thanks Classroom Central

    Thanks Classroom Central for providing our kids the supplies they need to succeed!

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  • Virtual Learning

    Students continue to learn even at home!

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  • Community Helper Parade

    Thanks Monroe Fire, Police, and Union EMS for coming out to do a parade with your vehicles. It was so much fun to see you during our unit on community helpers. Thank you for all that you do for our community!

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  • Fun at the Farm

    Thanks to Mrs. Tillman and Ms.Dubose for setting up our exciting farm experience. They designed fun and interactive activities to help our students learn about the farm.

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  • How drawing Contributes to Self- Expression and Writing

    Filling In- Before children can write pictures provide the information Warming up- Prewriting activity. Children think about what to write Planning with-Use drawing to organize their thinking and remind them what they want to write Elaborating Upon-use drawings or multiple drawings to motivate them to produce more Talking about- serves as a prop for what is drawn as well as written words Evaluating with-use the pictures to assess if this would really happen or make believe.

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  • Canvas Log In

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  • WELCOME

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  • How to read Expressively

    How to read Aloud Expressively 1. Relax and speak clearly 2. Project voice with breath support 3. Vary phrasing by paying attention to punctuation and emotion 4. Vary pace according to the action 5. Vary volume for effect 6. Read with feeling 7. Sit so everyone can see 8. Hold the book toward the listener 9. Read book ahead of time so you can look at listener 10. Pause at the end so listener can think about book and enjoy the ending.

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  • EmpoweredED Family Portal

    Check out the UCPS EmpowerED family portal and UCPS resources

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  • We are here to Help!

    At WBEC we are all family! We are working through these uncertain times and are here for you. If you have questions, comments, or concerns please contact your child's teacher.

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