During the fall season, Weatherbee Elementary girls have learned a wide range of skills through the empowering Girls on the Run program. Students have learned to become contributing members of a team, make good choices in their own personal lives, become leaders, and much more. Way to go Mariners!
Students in Ms. Mercado’s class are learning the different roles of a pizzeria at an Italian restaurant. Check out these awesome chefs serving some delicious pizza and pasta! The customers are enjoying the amazing food cooked by our own WBE students.
Many thanks to science teacher Ms. Donovan for arranging and scheduling the entertaining FPL program for Weatherbee’s second and third graders. Students had a great time learning ways to conserve energy!
Students in Mrs. C’ third-grade class enjoyed a game of Jeopardy to practice solving various math word problems. Way to go Mariners!
Mrs. Collins’s class was caught in action using the life size 100 chart. Students were asked to find an odd number and solve addition equations.
Weatherbee Elementary celebrated grandparents with a wonderful breakfast on Wednesday, September 14. An astounding 200 grandparents were in attendance!
The Weatherbee administrative team read a school-wide read-aloud of the book The Magical Yet to launch the school theme of growth mindset. Students were able to follow along with their very own copy! Classes were also able to take pictures in front of a beautiful sign donated by Card My Yard of St. Lucie.
Weatherbee students and staff celebrated Read Across America and Dr. Suess by reading on the morning show. Mariners enjoyed dressing up in their Dr. Suess inspired shirts, hats, and outfits.
Weatherbee students enjoyed a Slushy and Snowball Social with their peers for having positive behavior in January. They had a blast tossing as many snowballs as they could before time was up.
Mr. Softee went to Weatherbee for Early Release Day to provide a treat to the wonderful teachers and staff. It was the perfect way to spend an afternoon learning and preparing for students.
Weatherbee Mariners were so excited to have guest readers in to read aloud during Literacy Week. Visitors left bookmarks for students to color and use when reading their own favorite books.
To celebrate kindness this month for SEL, students were able to be the “I” in KIND. Children were able to participate in a number of other activities in which they displayed kindness across campus.
Students and faculty at Weatherbee got festive before Thanksgiving break! Students earned tasty treats for reaching their goals while faculty members participated in a competitive turkey hunt. Fun was had by all before enjoying a restful break.
Weatherbee students and staff enjoyed a festive fall spirit week! Each day was a blast as everyone dressed as twins, wore fall socks, had a Wacky Wednesday, jumped back in time with Throwback Thursday, and ended the week in a Character Dress-up Day.
Students in Miss Petrie’s class brought math to life as they became the manipulatives in a fun greater than/less than activity. Children moved around the hallway to each side of the math problem to make statements true.
Weatherbee celebrated positive behavior with a Happy-Hat-O-Ween event. This was a great way to kick-off a week of fall festivities.
Students in Ms. Squire’s third grade class add multiples of 5 to a large interactive multiplication chart. This display is placed for all students to see daily in the main hallway. Teachers and staff ask students math facts as they pass by the chart.
First graders at Weatherbee completed a wrinkled heart activity to highlight the SEL (Social Emotional Learning) theme for October, empathy. While listening to a read-aloud, students wrinkled their heart to see the impact it had each time a negative word or action occurred. The class discussed the importance of thinking before speaking and word choice to preserve their hearts and the hearts of others.
Students at Weatherbee are tracking their fluency in reading and math in a Turkey Trot. Every week children earn a feather to decorate when they meet their goal for each subject. At the end of the challenge, there will be an obstacle course to celebrate!
Ms. Battle’s 8th grade ELA class completed an interactive vocabulary scavenger hunt. Words and their definitions were scattered around the classroom for students to find the corresponding match. “Fun activities like this make it easier to remember important vocabulary.” -Emily Church 8th grader