Homecoming Pep Rally Thank you to Student Leadership Team (SLT) members Brandon Shiley (’18) and Brandon Smith (’18), who were responsible for the Homecoming Pep Rally organization. They did a wonderful job! Homecoming Game Students, faculty, staff, friends and alumni all gathered to watch the Wildcat varsity football team take on Gatewood. Homecoming Court During halftime..
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2016 Homecoming Memories
Middle School Cross-Country Finishes Strong
At the CSRA Championship meet on October 13, many runners set personal records with some shaving almost two minutes off their previous times! The girls team had three runners in the top 20 finishers (Reagan Lutz, Lexi Brown and Julia Andrews). Way to go, girls! The team finished third out of nine teams with Augusta..
Friends of Fine Arts
Announcing the Inaugural Madigral Dinnner
The inaugural Westminster Christmas Madrigal Dinner will take place on December 6 at 6 p.m. in Saint Andrews Hall at First Presbyterian Church of Augusta. This event is sponsored by the Fine Arts Department. Tickets will go on sale at the beginning of November and are $20 each. Attendees will enjoy an evening of great..
A Sweet Plan for the USA Mrs. Buchanan’s and Mrs. Moccia’s classes learned about different features of the earth (landforms) and then made maps of the United States landforms out of candy and icing. Mrs. Ames even joined in for the yummy fun! Oceans Away with Second Grade Science came to life as second-grade students..
Lunch with Mr. Case
Sixth-grade student Christopher Hernandez won the 2016 auction item: Lunch for Four with Mr. Case. Mr. Case escorted Chris and his friends, Brooks Johnson, Abby Wells and Leah McReynolds, in a luxury vehicle provided by Masters Buick GMC.
Riverside High School Speech Tournament Results
At the 2016 Riverside High School Speech Tournament Awards on Sept. 24, two of our students were recognized for their placement in the Public Forum debate category. Duncan Crowder (grade 10) – fifth place Susan Yan (grade 11) – fifth-place
On the Farm
Mrs. Whitcomb’s PK4 students visited Steed’s Dairy Farm in October. This was an interactive way to bring their study of the concept of community to life, by exploring their own. The visit was complete with a cow-milking demonstration!