Students from Ms. Sheehy's class took some time to observe Martin Luther King's words and the sixth graders interpretations! Fourth graders jotted down their thoughts and interpretations. @whufsdrams #WHe
Our sixth-grade students read the text, Martin's Big Words: The Life of Martin Luther King Jr. Students reflected on the power of words and how words impacted history. They utilized quotes from the text to think about the words they utilize and the problems they are encountering.
In honor of the Lunar New Year, Jaclyn spoke to her classmates and shared some traditions that her family does to celebrate the New Year! @whufsdrams #WHe
Congressman Anthony Desposito stopped by George Washington to pick up some very special Valentine's Day Cards. Students at GW designed and created Valentine cards for our Veterans! @ANTHONYDESPO @whufsdrams #WHe #ValentinesForVets
Mrs. Binstock spoke with students today about spreading love and kindness. Students and staff also all wore purple to celebrate PS I Love You Day! 💜 @mrsbinstock @whufsrams #WHe #PSILoveYouDay
Geroge Washington students celebrating the 100th Day of School! @whufsdrams #WHe
ENL Stand Alone students are learning about famous black Americans with videos, read alouds, and famous quotes. We are discussing the importance of each person and their actions. @MsQuagliata @whufsdrams #WHe
Students in GW's Physical Education classes are planning out ways to stay active each day over the upcoming February Break. @whufsdrams #WHe @GWPhysEd
6th grade scientists work together on a hands-on lab to investigate how the direction of ocean currents affects the air temperature of the locations they pass. Have you ever wondered how El Nino impacts our climate? Ask our 6th-grade climatologists. @whufsdrams @mottola_science
Our fifth-grade students had a special visit from our 11th and 12th-grade student-athletes. The student-athletes spoke to our fifth graders about teamwork, participating, and supporting one another. @whathleticsdept@whufsdrams #WHe
The fifth-grade publishing party was a hit! The boys and girls were thrilled to share their stories with their classmates! @whufsdrams #WHe
It's 7:30 AM, do you know where your children are?
They're in a positive & safe learning environment!
They're playing with friends!
They're staying healthy and fit!
They're playing a lifetime activity!
They're having FUN!
They are playing badminton!
We had a great Parent Engagement Meeting at George Washington today! Parents and educators spent time discussing some new ways to support students learning at home. Parents even had the opportunity to play and learn using some of Ms. Zanella's math games! @whufsrams #WHe
Mrs. Lynch's students listened to and discussed Dr. King's speech and then discussed its impact on our world. We had some pretty powerful discussions in our room! @whufsdrams #WHe
The students in grade 5 science worked cooperatively to build complete and series circuits! It was so much fun! @whufsdrams #WHe
Students in George Washington participated in Assemblyman Ra's Praise Our Police Initiative. Students created cards, drawings, and messages to say thank you to our Police Officers on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! @EdwardRa19 @whufsdrams #WHe #LawEnforcementAppreciationDay
Mrs. Byrne's students had so much fun exploring 3D shapes. @whufsdrams #WHe
Calling All Parents and Guardians of GW! Please join us on Friday, January 19th at 9:30 A.M. at the George Washington Library for Coffee and an Informational
How to support your child at home – Learn new Math Games to help your child at home
Supporting Reading After School
Online Resources will be shared
We welcome our Guest Speaker, Randy Young – who will be speaking on the topic of “Using Positive Behavior Supports at Home”
Hope to see you there!
Our SSAC students were hard at work today creating their presentation for our Board of Education. @Whufsdrams #WHe
There is a festive feeling in the air at George Washngton today. @whufsdrams #WHe #SoundsoftheSeason