Second-graders at Jordan Creek proudly display "Respect" signs as they teach other students how to be respectful leaders.

Life in the WDMCS 2/15/2016

Life in the WDMCS is a weekly feature that highlights what is happening at each of our buildings. If a school is not listed, there was no submission from that building this week.

Crestview School of Inquiry

Cameron Storbeck is a student who will always be remembered at Crestview School of Inquiry. There is a “Cameron’s Corner” in the library, of books she checked out in kindergarten and first grade, along with others that have been donated since her corner was established in 2014.  Recently three of her classmates, now fourth-graders, decided to decorate her corner for Valentine’s Day.

Special thanks to these girls for their thoughtfulness in remembering a little girl who brought so many much joy throughout her life.

Crestview School of Inquiry recently celebrated the 100th day of school. They counted to 100 in hundreds of ways, using cups, hats, and necklaces to celebrate 100 days of learning.

Jordan Creek Elementary

Jordan Creek Elementary second-graders hosted a Character Counts assembly on Feb. 8 to teach the school about the new focus character pillar: Respect. The students performed a reader’s theater program and role-played some real-life examples of respect in action, using their recent ocean projects.