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06/18/2019
WMRSD District Dialogue - Issue 5
Congratulations 2019 Graduates! Never before have the graduates of WMRHS left so ready for college, career, and life! They’ve earned college credits, completed career credentials, worked in real internships, completed AP classes, led clubs, collected data for District-Wide redesign, played sports, performed on and off stage, participated in national and state competitions, and volunteered……all to make America better!
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The Lookout - Graduation Edition Page 1
06/07/2019
The Lookout - Graduation Edition
Dear 8th Grade Parents & Guardians, The time has come! Our eighth graders will be graduating on Monday the 17th at 6:00 PM. They will begin practicing this coming week and know they will look GREAT!
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Garrett Dussault and WES Teacher Aaron Giragosian
06/07/2019
WES Student Garrett Dussault Travels to Nationals for National History Day Contest
The 2019 National History Day Contest will be held June 9-13, 2019 at the University of Maryland, College Park, and one of Whitefield’s own, Garrett Dussault, will be attending with his State Winning website based project. Every NHD contest has a theme that students are required to research and demonstrate knowledge on, and this year’s theme is “Conflict and Compromise”.
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5th Grade Class at WES Celebrates D.A.R.E Program Graduation
06/06/2019
5th Grade Class at WES Celebrates D.A.R.E Program Graduation
On Thursday, May 30th the 5th grade students at Whitefield Elementary School celebrated their graduation from the D.A.R.E. program. The 10 week program was taught by Officer Jen Lemoine, the school resource officer at WES. The Drug Abuse Resistance Education program covered topics such as making safe and healthy choices, bullying, peer pressure and health effects of drugs and students practiced the information they learned by role playing scenarios in small groups. Some students wrote short essays about their experience in the program.
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Egg Experiment suspended from Fire Truck
06/04/2019
Whitefield Middle School Students Were “Egg-Static” With Experiment Results
On the afternoon of Friday, May 31, 2019 Whitefield Middle School students and Science teachers, Amanda Garneau and Jess Hallee, embarked on an Egg Drop Engineering design project! Over the course of 3 days, 54 teams of 6th-8th graders, built and tested containers that could protect an egg free falling from 8 feet, 15 feet and 25+ feet.
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