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WJH STUDENTS AND MILITARY SERVICE MEMBERS
Students in the Jr. High not only study the history of the United States, but are also taught citizenship and as such are taught to respect, honor and value the sacrifice of those that choose to serve and protect our nation in the various branches of the military. Although this concept is taught throughout the year, it is a high-lighted point during November with Veterans Day.
CAIN STUCO BEAUTIFY CAMPUS
Cain Elementary’s Student Council sponsor Micha Elliott and student council members and their families met at the school April 14 to beautify the campus. The Student Council had been granted the Keep Whitehouse Beautiful award to beautify the west side of the building, which faces Hwy. 110. The raised flower beds and flowers were added from the grant and students also cleaned the front flower bed and the PK flower bed, weeding and planting. Twenty rose bushes were planted, lantana, and rose moss. Thank you, Student Council, parents, and Mrs. Elliott.
Available Title and Idea-B Special Education Services
Services through the federal Title and IDEA-B special education programs may be available for eligible students attending public or private non-profit schools.
GIFTED AND TALENTED STUDENTS HOST FILM FESTIVALS
Brown, Cain, Higgins and Stanton-Smith gifted and talented students hosted their first ever Film Festival which was a culmination of their “Lights, Camera, Action!” study. Students produced their own movies which involved, script writing, acting, filming, directing, designing scenes and props, editing video and audio clips, promoting their movie and creating sound effects. Families were invited to a movie premiere night at each elementary campus where the G/T students served refreshments (Coke and popcorn of course!), signed autographs and encouraged fans to take pictures with the “stars” from the films at the photo booth. All four Film Festivals were huge hits! Watch out Hollywood – Whitehouse has some talent!