Mustang News

  • WME Field Day 2022 Is A Success Despite Weather

    This year's Field Day saw many changes in its schedule due to rain and even hail.  Through it all, the spirits of the staff and students were undaunted and Field Day turned out to be a remarkable success.

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  • Pinwheels for Child Abuse Prevention and Autism Awareness Month

    A few WME students and staff planted blue pinwheels in support of Child Abuse Prevention and planted colorful pinwheels in support of Autism Awareness.  

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  • Celebrating Twosday

    WME had fun celebrating "Twosday" (Tuesday 2/22/22).  Various staff and students dressed up in attire such as tutus, ties and tiaras. Different classes engaged in activities highlighting the number two to commemorate the once in a lifetime event.

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  • Carmen Pena Escobar Recognized for Showing the Character Trait of Courage

    Carmen Pena Escobar is a 5th-grade career-long student at Wilson’s Mills Elementary. She exudes the character trait of courage on a daily basis in and out of the classroom. She believes in working hard to achieve her goals and rising to the occasion when confronted with a challenge. Wilson’s Mills is proud to recognize Carmen Pena Escobar for the character trait of courage.

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  • Wilson The Police Dog Visits WME

    Wilson the Police Dog walked around campus visiting with the students of WME today. We appreciate the Wilson's Mills Police Department for all they do for our school and community.

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  • Celebrating Red Ribbon Week 2021

    We have been celebrating Red Ribbon Week with dress up days. This years theme is "Drug Free Looks Like Me." This picture was taken on Crazy Hair day. "Hair's to being drug free."

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  • PTA Provides WME with a Snow Cone Treat

    The PTA provided Sweet Southern Snoballs to all students and staff to celebrate 100 people becoming PTA members.

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  • WME Students Learn About 9/11

    Mrs. Patelos' class learned about 9/11 today. Students wrote about what a hero means to them.

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  • Summer Learning Program

    Here are some fourth grade students collaborating on a summer learning reading activity. We commend all of the students for their efforts this summer.

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  • Butterfly Release

    The second grade students recently observed the transformation process of a caterpillar to a butterfly. Then it was time for the butterfly release.

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  • Fair's Class Makes EOG Posters

    Ms. Fair's 3rd grade class made posters to get excited for the End of Grade tests.

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  • School Board Recognizes Hayden Tedesco for Showing Great Character

    Hayden Tedesco was recognized this week at the School Board Meeting for showing perseverance. Wilson's Mills Elementary is proud to see such a dedicated student receive this recognition.

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  • Bus Driver and Sub Driver of the Year

    Congratulations to Felicia Bailey, our Bus Driver of the Year and Mary Sanders, our Sub Bus Driver of the Year.

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  • What It Means to "Eat A Rainbow"

    Ms. Lisi and her students have been discussing what it means to "Eat a Rainbow". "They came up with some phenomenal ideas. My challenge was to try and draw their suggestions."

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  • Exciting Kiln News!

    The pinch pits are looking great as they come out of the kiln!

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  • WRAL Teacher of the Week: Carmen Young

    Congratulations to Carmen Young, WRAL Teacher of the Week. Mrs. Young shared how her own experiences inspired her to become a teacher. She has been a valued teacher in the WME family for many years now and we are proud of her.

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  • Duke Science Night During the Day

    Duke Energy Science Night has in previous years before COVID-19 been an evening activity. However, this year it was held during the day and was still a huge success.

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  • WMES Read Across America

    WME has been celebrating Read Across America throughout the month of March. We began the month with a week of dress up days which included a Dr. Seuss celebration. Various staff members recorded themselves reading books and the videos were placed in one central location for everyone to enjoy.

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  • Love The Bus Week

    Thank you to all of our drivers, monitors, and subs. We appreciate all that you do.

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  • Artwork On Display in the Hallway

    WME has a new display of artwork in the hallway by the cafeteria. Our art teacher, Ms. Sue Wilson, says, "This will be permanent except the artwork and projects will change out each week and I'll have each grade represented."

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