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Monday, May 14, 2018 will be the monthly USD 353 BOE MEETING @ the District Offices on S. Washington. The meeting gets underway at 7:00PM in the Board Meeting Room. Here is the AGENDA for the May meeting.
MAY 14, 2018 MEETING - USD 353 BOE AGENDA
The annual WHS Sports Banquet was held Wednesday evening, with a large crowd of student athletes, parents and fans on hand as participants in all Crusader Sports and Cheer were honored and recognized for their achievements, not just on the field or court, but also in the classroom.
4th & 5th graders from local elementary schools converged on the "NEW" track behind WMS on Friday for their annual CITY WIDE TRACK MEET, a meet that has gone on now for several decades! It was a near perfect day for the event, we have results from all the action below - also below are pics from a couple of events just before their lunch break! Also, last year's (2017) results are posted.
The 2018 Rotary Banquet was held Wednesday in Fellowship Hall at the First United Methodist Church. The organization annually honors local 8th graders and local seniors for their achievements, academic and otherwise. The evening's Master of Ceremonies was Alan Campbell.
Wellington Middle School 8th Grader Stellar Young, received a "SILVER KEY" award from the Koch Arts Center for excellence in visual arts. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards of 2018 are National Awards, made possible through the generosity of Scholastic, Inc., The Maurice R. Robinson Fund, the New York Times, the New York Life Foundation, the Herb Block Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and numerous other individual, foundation, and corporate funders.
5th graders from around this area, converged on Melody Bowl Tuesday morning for D.A.R.E. Camp 2018 and all the activities associated with it.
It's an awesome opportunity for the young kids to meet with local First Responders from a variety of agencies, learn more about what they do, participate in fun and related events and eat hamburgers!! WHS S.A.D.D. members helped with the activities, including meal prep, etc.
Say no more - all ingredients for a good time. Enjoy the pics!