Today we are checking in with Grayson and Hannah! These two are fabulous 2nd graders who are working hard at home. Grayson is completing work his amazing teacher prepared for him and Hannah is woking on being an engineer. We miss you Grayson and Hannah… thanks for letting us know what you are up to!
(Send emails to Katie_Messerall@wcswildcats.org and let us know what your wildcat is doing while we are distance learning and social distancing!)
We miss you!! We know you are all working hard on the lessons and activities your teachers have prepared for you but we miss your faces! Over the next few weeks send your pictures to Katie_Messerall@wcswidcats.org and show us what you are doing. Then, check out social media and our blog to see yourself and to find out what your friends are up to! Here is our first entry… these wildcats started the day in their “Prayer Rooms” praying for those effected by the Coronavirus. The “Prayer Rooms” are part of 3rd Grade Bible… they are made by taping 2 file folders together. Then, the students decorate them with verses and pictures. “Inside” the prayer rooms they use post-its to write their prayers down and then track when they have been answered. Next, these wildcats headed outdoors… since they could not do milage club they put some time in on the treadmill…. Ok! your turn! Show us what you are doing, Wildcats!!
For the last few weeks our 4th graders have been researching famous Texans throughout history. Today, they presented their information in our annual 4th grade Wax Museum. Each student dressed up and prepared a speech about their famous Texan. Our wildcats had a great time touring the wax museum and learning about these amazing people. Great job 4th grade!
Today we wrapped up spirit week with our Spring Pep Rally! Our basketball and track students were introduced (big thanks for all our volunteer parent coaches!) and our cheerleaders led us in some fun cheers! After we cheered, our cheerleaders performed their award winning routines! Our favorite mascot, Warrior, made an appearance to hand out candy. Then, we had our spirit “yell off” to compete for most spirited Den! Congrats to the Purple Den today for showing so much WCS spirit. It was such a fun week to be part of the WCS family! Have a great weekend Wildcats!
Today we showed how crazy we are for WCS with some CRAZY hairstyles! It was so fun to see so much school spirit and some creative hair-dos! Don’t forget our pep-rally tomorrow at 9:30 where we will introduce our spring athletes and cheer with our cheerleaders… see you there!
Third day of Spirit Week was a fancy day for our Wildcats! It was accessorize your uniform day! We loved seeing our students and faculty come in the best necklaces, bracelets, scarves and bow ties! Also, in chapel we announced the science fair winners. We are so proud of all the kiddos who participated this year!
Today was a big day at Woodway Christian School! It was the second day of Spirit Week and to celebrate we all brought stuffed animals to school! Our fuzzy friends sat with us through math, science, history, and Bible and even went to PE! We also celebrated that today was our 100 day of school and our wildcats are all now 100 days smarter! Finally, our 5th-7th graders participated in the school science fair. They started working on these projects in November and today they presented their experiments and boards to judges. This afternoon, they shared their results with the younger grades and their stuffed friends. Our WCS scientists will find out the results of the science fair tomorrow in chapel… stay tuned!!
Welcome to Spirit Week where every day is the opportunity to show some WCS spirit! Today, we kicked off the week being wild for plaid and camo! We love seeing our students and faculty getting into the spirit of things! Tomorrow is bring a stuffed friend to school! We hear the teachers have some fun things planned for our stuffed animal friends…
Our WCS Cheerleaders competed in the Impact Jr. Sapphire division at the FCC Texas Showdown and are bringing home the championship trophy! The competition was held this year in Garland and hosted teams from all over Texas and Oklahoma. This year WCS also sent a mini stunt team made up of 2nd and 3rd graders who also placed first in their division and there was an individual medal awarded to one of our 4th graders! This will be the 3rd year our cheer girls earned a trophy but what makes us really proud of these girls is that they competed in a way that honored Jesus and took His light out into the world. We also want to say a HUGE thank you to our amazing coaches, Amanda Buenger and Brooke Sanders, for their dedication and the Christ-like example they set for our girls. Way to go Wildcats!