The kindergarten classes at White City Elementary have been studying community helpers. To culminate their units, students were visited by Leland Karlson, a Fort Pierce Utilities Authority employee. Mr. Karlson visited each classroom, and explained the dangers of playing with kites by electrical wires. He also told the students that they should report any wires…Details
Kindergarten students at White City Elementary dove deep to extend their learning of sea turtles. Students in Mr. Capozzoli’s science resource classes discussed traits of a sea turtle, measured length of a turtle model, and examined models for damage caused by humans. Our kindergarten students are “surfing to excellence.”
“First Grade students at White City Elementary learned all about Fire Safety from the Fire Safety Trailer. Among other things, students were trained on what to do in an emergency, how to prevent fires, how to establish a safe meeting place after an emergency and practiced the proper way to exit a burning structure. The…Details
White City Elementary School received a monetary donation of $711.00 from the 7-Eleven Store located on Midway and US1. White City appreciates 7-Eleven for being a business partner and supporting the staff and students of WCE.
VPK celebrated Dr. Seuss Day by reading The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham and One Fish two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish . We had Green Eggs and Ham for breakfast thanks to our Cafeteria Staff. Each student turned themselves into a “THING” by making a hat and picking out their THING…Details
The Kindergarten and VPK students at White City ES enjoyed their annual trip to the White City United Methodist Church’s pumpkin patch. The community and school joined together to show the Kindergarten students at WCE a fun fall experience. Students listened to a story about pumpkins while watching the reader carve a real pumpkin to…Details
White City Elementary students enjoyed a recent schoolwide PBS activity. Students earn ROARing Riches whenever they demonstrate our schoolwide expectations: Respectful to Others, Always safe, and Responsible. For a cost of 10 ROARing Riches per cookie, students were able to choose from a variety of toppings to decorate their cookies including icing, M&Ms, cinnamon red hots, and…Details
Visitors from the Lynmoore Assisted Living Facility enjoy a special holiday presentation of the “OK Corral” performed by White City Elementary fourth and fifth graders.
White City students are paying tribute to the members of the Armed Forces. As a part of their writing instruction, students wrote letters and made cards to send to the members of our Armed Forces. Students took time to express their care, concern, and gratitude for those who serve and protect this great nation. …Details
A local Burger King restaurant recently helped White City Elementary fourth grade students celebrate their hard work in preparation of FCAT Writes. The store manager has donated this treat to White City Elementary for three years and the students of Karen Maxwell, Brenda Newman, Heather Ricksecker, and Adam Seal show their appreciation!