Advanced in Both Language Arts and Math on the MCT II for 4th Grade
Gray Alexander, Michael Anderson, Kelsey Bounds, Carley Brewer, Dylan Brown, Maggie Bush, Peyton Coleman, Sara Collier, Daniel Davis, Parker Dickinson, Lanna Duke, Uriel Galindo, Chandler Gibson, Anna Claire Grayson, Kary Grice, Mallory Lewis, Anthony Medine, Hannah Morgan, Nathan Mott, Julia Myers, Sean Paige, Anna Kate Shows, Meadow Smith, Chloe Stewart, Brett Vick, Nickolas Walton, Kobie White, and Emma Winstead.
Advanced in Language Arts MCT II for 3rd Grade
Lauren Boutwell, Kameron Branning, Paxton George, Haley Greenlee, Ana Hunt, Michael Joyner, Kylan Keller, Libby Grace Smith, Destin Tinsley, and Ty Williams.
Advanced in Language Arts MCT II for 4th Grade
Cody Adkins, Tristan Buckalew, Gracie Bunyard, Wyatt Castle, Sarah Cooksey. Rylee Dunlap, Noah Hatcher, Keaton Jenkins, Logan Johnson, Hailey McCarter, Sarah McCoy, Elora McDonald, William Mitchell, Caleb Nixon, Olivia Pitts Tinney, Mia Powe, Dawson Riley, Aslan Shirley, Nathan Smith, Owen Smith, Nazli Staten, and Sammy Swanner.
Canned Food Drive
Canned Food Drive starts October 20th and continues till November 7th. The overall six homerooms from the combined participating schools collecting the MOST cans will receive $250 Cash Award to be used by each teacher for the needs of her classroom and students. Plus these homerooms will receive Gift Certificates for Popeyes/Little Caesars Chicken and Pizza Parties. The teacher will receive a special Popeyes/Little Caesars Gift Bag. Homerooms collecting the most cans if not one of the top six will receive Gift Certificates for Popeyes/Little Caesars Chicken and Pizza Parties. The winning teacher of that homeroom will receive a Popeyes/Little Caesars Gift Bag. To be eligible for homeroom prize parties, the homeroom must collect a minimum 250 cans.
A BIG THANKS to all who help with the Radiothon! This includes those making pledges, donating time, and services from the community. We could not have done it without everyones help. We were able to raise over $16,000.00.
After much discussion, we as a school have made the decision not to do a Fall Festival this year, but will instead try a
Spring Fling in March.
Supply lists can be found in the
"Highlights" section of this website.
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REMINDERS AND UPDATES FROM OUR PRINCIPAL
Welcome to West Lauderdale Elementary! Thank you for visiting our school site. We hope that you are able to find valuable information about our school. Our focus remains the same, continuing growth and academic excellence. We are thankful for such strong community and parental support. We believe that it is imperative if we are to produce well-rounded citizens.
We strive to create an atmosphere that is inviting, yet safe and conducive to learning. We welcome you to our campus, and ask that you be mindful of campus procedures.
For the safety of students and staff, no cell phones while in the pick-up lanes
All visitors must report to the office before going to a classroom
In order to protect instructional time, if you need to speak with a teacher, please do so before 8:00 or after 3:00, or call to set up an appointment
Remember to bring doctor's notes for early checkouts and/or absences (parents may write up to five parent notes per semester)
All checkouts must be done through the office. There will be no checkouts after 2:15. After 2:15, parents must remain in the pick-up line.
There will be no early release Wednesdays. Dismissal everyday is 2:45.
Due to safety and privacy reasons, we no longer take requests over the phone for changes in transportation. If your child will be going home a different way, you must either fax, email, or send a written note (remember to date and sign). All requests must be received by 2:00 each day. School fax number is 601-737-8962.
School officially begins at 8:00. Students are considered tardy after this time and will need to stop in the office for a tardy slip.
Uniform colors for tops are red, black, or white. Bottoms are black or khaki. Jackets colors are red, black, white, or khaki. (Please be mindful of this when purchasing winter jackets). Camouflage is not acceptable outer wear.
We appreciate your cooperation as we strive to maintain the best possible learning environment for every child that we teach. Feel free to contact us with any questions that you might have.
Rosemary Harris, Principal
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