Westover has some employment opportunities for the 2021-2022 school year. Please share with anyone who might be interested: https://www.westoverchristian.org/o/wca/page/employment-opportunities--484
WCA Girls Volleyball 🏐 Middle School Win! JV Win! VARSITY WIN IN 5TH SET 15-13!!! 🏐
Congratulations Lady Bulldogs 🏐 Middle school Win! JV Win! Varsity Win!
February is Dental Awareness Month!
Community Helpers! Mrs. Beach’s class has been learning all about community helpers this week. First they were doctors and counted the correct number of bones for their patients. They also enjoyed creating their own mailboxes for friends to write them letters. The stinkiest part was when they became trash collectors. They read and wrote their “trash” blends! So much learning and growing!
How many apples can you stack?!? Today Mrs. Beach’s class had a STEM challenge!! First they had to create a tree... next they had to carefully place apples on our apple tree! This was a fun way to practice a steady hand and build those pinching muscles! Both of these skills are so important for writing!
Reviewing circles in K2 this morning! The circles left over we get to snack on!!
Kindergarten students had a secret visitor last night...Zero the Hero left them a zero shaped treat to celebrate their 10th day of school!
Only TWO weeks until school starts back! We are so excited to see our little loves back at school! Ohh how we have missed you! If you are still looking for a place for your little learner this fall we have a few spots available in our 3 and 4 year old program! - all day or half day - 5, 3 or 2 days a week - tempature checks upon arrival - increased cleaning/sanitizing - teachers will be wearing face masks/ face shields when social distancing is not possible Call Mrs. Hamlett at (434)822-0800 for a tour today!
Mrs. East first graders are hard at work today. Bible, Reading, Phonics and Math all being done through distance learning. Way to go students and parents! ⭐️
The WCA Athletic Department is proud to announce Danielle White’s signing with Southeastern University’s Women’s Volleyball Team. Dani is a prime example of hard work, persistence, and talent. We are thankful to be a part of her Bulldog years and look forward to cheering her on with SEU Fire Volleyball. Great job Dani!
My heart is full today! Seeing my K4 loves learning and growing in academics at home! Learning can happen anywhere with any materials you have! You can learn by finding letters or words around the house, practicing writing letters/numbers/blends in shaving cream or counting sticks and sorting by size! Remember.. learning should be FUN!
7th graders Holly Hutcherson and Anne Rylee Adkins FaceTime while completing a group devotional on the Bible app. They were challenged to do something new to stretch their brain or connect with friends in a different way by one of their teachers, and this is what they came up with! We love how our WCA students are pulling together and still connecting during this challenging time.
A 4th Grader just shared “Virtual Field trips.” He has already “gone on” one and loved it. Enjoy!! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=YnF-o-nJ1To&list=PLQQCJD49IsgVCax5va_voFH5MJ255zZNa
ABCmouse. https://www.ageoflearning.com/school_closure_pdf/ProductDetails_All.pdf School code is: SCHOOL7771 This is a great website to help our students. This is a free website to help with School closures. You may add three children.
Fun FREE learning experiences for preschool and elementary! Scholastic has provided a book a day for a 10 day period along with fun, educational videos and activities to continue learning and fun at home! https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html?caching
Our class had another adventurous week! We acted out the story of "Feeding of the Five Thousand." We had frog eggs in our science center. Our class experimented with air and wind. We use a hair dryer to blow a feather and ping pong ball up on the air. We made parachutes to test in the wind. Our soldiers that are tied on them are to remind us to PRAY for our troops
“AArrgghh Where My Treasure Be?!” 🏴☠️ Today Mrs. Beach’s class were pirates! They made treasure maps in their fine motor journals. First they practiced writing x’s to mark the treasure and then S’s to mark the start. After, they cut squares to make the path their pirates needed to follow to lead them to their pirate treasure! 💰
Our JV and Varsity basketball awards were presented to these high school students tonight for their dedication and performance during the 2019-2020 basketball season. We are so very proud of each of our teams and players for their hard work and excellent seasons! Go Bulldogs!🎉🎉 (not pictured: Alannah Kelly)
3rd grade acts of kindness