Students and Staff at WCES celebrated Read Across America Day on March 2nd with a day full of fun!
All fourth grade students participated in a month long study of an historical figure, ending with a living wax museum in January.
Are you hearing your students talk about how excited they are to go to the Makerspace area in the media center? Do you wonder what in the world they are talking about?
WCES Eagles, grades K-5th, participated in the Hour of Code during the week of December 5, 2016.
Wesley Chapel hallways were filled with a sea of orange on Wednesday October 19, 2016.
4th grade student, Kaitlyn Fournier, proudly shares her poetry with her grade level.
Did you know that we ALL play a role in ensuring children to attend school regularly?
Wesley Chapel students were excited to be part of the Swimmy project for the 2nd year in a row! A WCES parent, Mrs. Wong, invited us to participate in this special global project.
Students and staff enjoyed a day full of special guest readers, 'DEAR time, and Seuss-filled activities!
The newly-formed Student Council at Wesley Chapel is making a difference. The student council consists of 2 students from each 4th and 5th grade classroom. Teacher coordinators are Mrs. Karen Mathieson and Mrs. Megan Cox. In order to become part of this group, the students were required to write essays explaining why they would be a great representative for their classroom. They were voted on by the peers in the classrooms.
Dr. Meg Lochary, a dentist at Pediatric Dentistry of Matthews, visited first grade students at Wesley Chapel Elementary. The students were provided with very practical information on what dental health is, and why it is important to take care of our teeth.
Our entire 3rd grade participated in a special day on Friday January 29, 2016!
Kindergarten through second grade students at Wesley Chapel Elementary School enjoyed a wonderful performance by actors with Bright Star Theater Company.
There was a constant buzz of excitement in the building as students at Wesley Chapel Elementary School participated in the National Hour of Code Initiative.
Friday, November 6th was College Spirit Day at Wesley Chapel Elementary School. There were various activities taking place in classrooms to observe this day.
The staff and students at Wesley Chapel observed National Unity Day Tuesday, October 21st. All were encouraged to wear orange to show support for the anti-bullying concept.