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We love our parent engagement! Easter Egg Hunt with Mrs. Aldridge's Class! Donut Party for Perfect Attendance! Spring Art Adventure! Hats Off to Saying No to Drugs! We love Mrs. Aldridge's Class! We love our students! Go Hawks! Pickle Day Fun! We've read 100 books in Kindergarten! Technology makes learning fun! Science Olympiad Team Headed to State!! We've earned 200 AR points in 1st Grade! Tooth Fairy Visits Williams Heights! January PBIS Students of the Month! 3-5 Field Day in action! We love our Veterans! We love our Media Center! We love Field Day! We love popcorn! Popcorn Day Fun! PBIS Spring Dance! Trying green eggs and ham! 2nd Grade WINGS Mock Election Raising Money for Meagan's March with Sno Cones! February PBIS Students of the Month! PBIS Pajama Day! We love Mrs. Shepard's Art Adventures! Parent Engagement at the Spring Breakfast! 2016 NEHS Induction Easter Joy in Mrs. Aldridge's Class! 3-D Models with Jelly Beans in Kindergarten! Williams Heights' Best Spellers! District Tech Fair Winners! Mix Matched Day for Red Ribbon Week! PBIS Pajama Day! Thanks Mrs. Smallwood for an awesome dance! Parent Curriculum Night! Honoring Our Veterans STEM Static Electricity! Painting Gators with Mrs. Shepard! PBIS Lunch with the Principal! Art Adventure! Dedrick Mills Visits Williams Heights! November PBIS Students of the Month! Solar System Virtual Reality with Google Cardboard! Enjoying Popeye's Dinner on Curriculum Night! Art Adventure Morning! PBIS Spring Dance Fun! Lemonade Stand to benefit Mattie's Mission and Southeast Cancer Unit! Stomp Out Bullying! Raising money for childhood cancer research, one cup at a time! March PBIS Students of the Month! 100 Days Smarter in Kindergarten! Ice Cream Fun for AB Honor Roll! Silly Socks Day! Spring Sno Cone Fundraiser for Meagan's March! Excited for a wonderful year! Thanksgiving Lunch! 2nd Grade Learn to Swim Program at the YMCA Thankful for our families! Hands-On Math with Mrs. Jeffords class! Veterans Day Lunch Williams Heights Elementary School Open House! Camp Strong!! September PBIS Students of the Month! Thanks Coaches for an amazing Field Day! Happy Birthday Dr. Suess! Celebrating Great Grades with an Ice Cream Social! STEM Learning: Chemical Changes with Pancakes! We love Dr. Suess! We appreciate our parents! Mini Gator Track Meet Fun! Coloring Contest Winners! Breakfast with our parents! 4th Grade trip to NASA! Red Ribbon Week Dance Fun! 100 Books Read in Kindergarten! Spring Parent Breakfast

School News & Announcements

Ware County High School Shoe Drive Continues through May 31st

Shoe Drive

 

The Ware County High School Shoe Drive will continue through May 31 and into the next school year. Please place each matching pair in grocery bags that are tied off to eliminate the need to re-sort shoes into matching pairs. Donations can be dropped off at Ware County High School's main entrance.

Summer Feeding Program is Coming Soon

Summer Feeding Program

 

The Ware County School System's School Nutrition staff is gearing up for our summer meal program that will begin on Tuesday, May 30th and conclude on Friday, July 14th. If you have a camp, summer school, church mission project, or VBS that feeds children, we would LOVE to HELP you! We can provide breakfast and/or lunch FREE to children 18 years and younger. For more information regarding the program or site applications, please call the School Nutrition office at 912.287.2304.

Upcoming Title 1 Parent Engagement Events

                            Upcoming Events

Williams Heights Elementary School would like to invite all parents, guardians, and stakeholders of Williams Heights’ students to participate in a variety of activities and events during the month of May. We look forward to holding conversations with you about important student learning goals and define a plan of action that will help teachers and families form a partnership to improve student achievement. We value your input and feedback!

Williams Heights Elementary Named 2017 Highest Performing Reward School
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The Georgia Department of Education released its 2016-2017 list of Title I Reward Schools. We are so pleased to announce that Williams Heights was named a 2017 Highest Performing Reward School (based on 2013-2015 data). A Highest-Performing School is among the five percent of the state’s Title I schools with the absolute highest performance, over three years, for the “all students” group on the statewide assessments.

Six Williams Heights' Students Win Georgia Cities Week Art Contest

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Williams Heights Wins 1st at Science Olympiad Competition!

Science Olympiad

A Message from Our Friends at Southeast Health District

SEHD

Kindergarten Transition Event is Coming Soon!

Kindergarten Transition

Stella K. Wins Okefenokee RESA YGA Competition

Stella

Kami W. and Stella K. Win District Young Georgia Author's Competition!

YGA

Ware County School System Announces Young Georgia Author System Winners

YGA Winners

Ware County High School Holding Shoe Drive

Shoe Drive.

Parents of Special Education Students Invited to Complete Survey

Parents of Special Education or Early Intervention Program students are invited to take a Georgia Department of Education survey by clicking on the link:

 

http://www.gadoe.org/Curriculum-Instruction-and-Assessment/Special-Education-Services/Pages/Parent-Survey.aspx

 

 

Thank you for your valuable feedback!

Ware County Schools Earn State Awards of Distinction

State Awards of Distinction

Accelerated Reader Program Getting Results at Williams Heights Elementary School

AR Readers

NEHS Students Volunteer at Happy Camper Race

Happy Camper

Williams Heights Holds Parade for Special Olympics Participants

Special Olympics

Special Week Honors Georgia's School Board Members

School Board Members

Williams Heights Hawks Thrive in Small Guided Reading Groups

GR

Kindergarten Registration for 2017-2018

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Spanish

Ware County School System Holds Teacher Recruitment Fair

Job Fair

Williams Heights Students Honor Black History Month

Black History Month

Williams Heights holds Kindness Adventure Assembly for PBIS

Kindness Adventure Assembly

Williams Heights Students Headed to State Technology Fair

State Tech Fair Reps

Williams Heights Students Raise Money for St. Jude

St. Jude Math-A-Thon

Family Night with Adrian Peterson Hailed a Success

Adrian Peterson

Ware County Middle School Student Erin M. Wins System Spelling Bee

Spelling Bee

Ware BOE Recognizes Mrs. Lydia Brown as Golden Achievement Award Recipient for December

Lydia Brown

Williams Heights Elementary Students Hold Mock Election

 

 

Williams Heights Elementary Students Hold Mock Election

Williams Heights Elementary Students Compete in Local Tech Fair

Williams Heights Elementary Students Compete in Local Tech Fair

Ware School District Achieves 2016 GSBA Distinguished School Board Status

Distinguished BoardWare School District Achieves 2016 GSBA Distinguished School Board Status

Ware County School District Holds 2nd Annual Student Technology Fair

WARE COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT HOSTS 2ND ANNUAL STUDENT TECHNOLOGY FAIR

Williams Heights Hosts Luncheon to Honor Veterans

Williams Heights Hosts Luncheon to Honor Veterans

Slash Pine Electric Membership Corporation Donates Funds to the Ware County Board of Education

Williams Heights' Parent Curriculum Night a Huge Success!

Stella K. wins State Fair Bear Writing Competition!

 

Ware County Schools Receives Golden Radish Award for Farm to School Accomplishments

Williams Heights Walks to School!

Ware BOE Board Members Sworn In

Student Resources

 

Have you checked out our new Student Resources tab? This tab is full of resources in reading, math, science, social studies, spelling, writing, sight words, and technology. These websites, games, and practice tools give students the opportunity to practice what they're learning in school while at home. Parent involvement truly makes a difference in children’s academic achievement. It's our goal at Williams Heights to promote and create positive family engagement, while supporting you in your efforts to help your child at home. We hope these resources will help you be an active member of your child's education! 

Ware County School System to Participate in Community Eligibility Provision

All students will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost.

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Want to stay connected with Williams Heights? Search Facebook for Williams Heights & then click "Like" to subscribe to our page for the latest school news. We are also on Twitter! Go to Twitter.com, and search for Williams Heights, or @hawks_whes, then click "Follow." We look forward to connecting with you online!

Mrs. Apryl Roundtree is our 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year!

 

 

 

 

We are so pleased to announce our 2015-2016 TOTY, Mrs. Apryl Roundtree! Congratulations! 

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