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 Academic Bowl

 

Academic Bowl is a team of 4th and 5th grade students.

These students practice and study all year to prepare

for meets that occur in January, February, and March.

                                                  Congratulations to the 2018-2109 Academic Bowl Team:

                                                                         Mia Kollert
                                                                      Parker O'Bryan
                                                                        Travis Shearer
                                                                      Levi Underwood
                                                                        Joseph Cheves
                                                                         Daniel Wood
                                                                        Miles Ramsay
                                                                          Judah Dukes


 National Junior Beta Club

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Willis Road Junior Beta club meets on Mondays 2:30-3:30. Membership in the 

Willis Road Junior Beta club is offered to fifth grade students who have an

A average and are based on teacher recommendations. 

 

The National Junior Beta Club is one of the largest independent,non-profit,

organizations in the world spanning from China, Guam, Japan, Hungary,

Turkey, & Puerto Rico. The National Junior Beta Club promotes leadership,

service, and academic achievement among students to excel and show integrity

towards their community, school, and self. Some of the requirements that a student

must possess to join Beta Club is: leadership skills, character, willingness to serve

the community, quality academic grades, and excellent behavior.

 

 


 Chorus

 

Chorus is open to any interested 4th or 5th grade students.

 

Director:  Monique Smith

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Willis Road Elementary K-Kids Club plans and

participates in service projectshelping their

school and community. The members are

learning leadership through this service. The

members are in grades 3, 4 and 5. Our K-Kids Club

is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Coweta County.

 

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Terrific Kids is a program sponsored by Kiwanis and is a geat tool for

rewarding personal achievements through the character education

program in the Coweta County Schools. Students work on areas that

need to be improved in schoolwork, behavior and attendance. The

Kiwanis Club of Coweta provides the award the students receive

when they have accomplished their goals.

 

 


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This is a program for girls and boys in 1st-5th grades.

The focus of the program is to help students learn new

building techniques, teamwork skills, practice logical

thinking, and have lots of fun. The focus is on learning

new building techniques, students do not take Legos®.

Building classes are held twice a month and sessions

consist of four classes. An instrucional lesson is provided

by Atlanta Brick Company at each meeting. 

 


S.A.F.E

 

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S.A.F.E. is offered to all 5th grade students. Classes
promoting leadership and responsible citizenship are
delivered by personnel from the local Coweta County
Extension Department.

 

 

 


 Science Olympiad

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Science Olympiad team is made up of 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. Students practice

each week in building and knowledge events that focus on Life, Physical,

and Earth Science.

 

     Science Olympiad is a national non-profit organization dedicated to

improving the quality of K-12 science education, increasing male, female

and minority interest in science, creating a technologically-literate

workforce and providing recognition for outstanding achievement by

both students and teachers.  These goals are achieved by participating

in Science Olympiad tournaments and non-competitive events, incorporating

Science Olympiad into classroom curriculum and attending teacher

training institutes.

 

         Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Science Olympiad Team 

 

Walker Yates                  Ben Lear                    Quintavis Redmond          Kyleigh Talmadge
Kennadie Anderson      Carter Tschantz          Miller Cooke                      Kaylee Talmadge
Ella Jane Harrell            Miles Ramsay            Daniel Wood                     Greyson Ahmann
Aubrey Angotti               LiIlian West                 Travis Shearer                  Levi Underwood
Pedro Perea                  Zachary Hines             Gavin Jones

 

 WRES Spring Musical

 

2018-2019 school year

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Presented by WRES

@ the Centre for Performing Arts

 


 

Wise Wolves

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4th or 5th grade students who have the volunteer spirit and a "Wolf" attitude willing to make a year long committment.

Wise wolves tutor younger grade level students in the morning.

Please see your Homeroom teacher if you are interested in becoming a Wise Wolf

 


 

 

Wolves on the Run

 

Wolves on the run is a running club after school on 

Monday afternoons from 2:30-3:30. The students

will run with supervising teachers. They will

participate in a 5K fun run on a date to be

determined and announced during the meetings.