I hope you have all had a wonderful summer. I know I have, but I am looking forward to seeing you all back on campus soon. As I mentioned in the Summer Mailing, there is more exciting information to share with you regarding improvements to the Lower School and new Wheeler Field. Thanks to a..
Extreme Makeover: Playground Edition
Student Life Blog
New Box Tops Sheets Available
Thank you to Maggie and Ted Millings (parents of first-grader Nate) for creating personalized Westminster Box Top collection sheets for our fundraising efforts. They are beautiful!
Cross Country Results – Augusta Prep Invitational
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Cross Country on placing 1st out of 7 teams at the Augusta Prep Invitational Meet on Saturday (Prep placed 2nd)! The boys team placed 4th out of 9 teams. This was a close race, against teams from local private schools South Carolina public schools. The WSA girls team beat Augusta Prep by only 4..
Friends of Fine Arts
2014-15 Literary Trio & Quartet
Congratulations to the following students who auditioned and made this year’s Literary Trio and Quartet. These students will perform throughout the year and compete against others GISA schools in the spring. Trio: Quartet:
T-Shirt Orders & Class Photo Information
Order Your Spirit Day T-Shirts Today, all Lower School students (Pre-K through fifth grade) wore, for the very first time, their newly issued Westminster Spirit T-shirt. Additional shirts are available for siblings, parents or friends for $15 (short sleeved) or $18 (long sleeved). If interested, please complete the order form that came home yesterday with..
Spanish 1 Celebrates La Tomatina
On Aug. 27, Mrs. Waldecker’s Spanish 1 class celebrated La Tomatina, the Spanish cultural holiday during which participants throw tomatoes and get involved in a tomato fight purely for fun. It is held on the last Wednesday of August during the week of festivities of Buñol. This being the first year the class has participated,..
Congressman John Barrow Visits AP Government
On September 5, Georgia Representative John Barrow visited the AP Government class. He told them about life at the Capitol and answered their questions about current political topics and the upcoming elections. Joining the class on October 3 will be Rep. Barrow’s opponent in the upcoming election, Mr. Rick Allen.
Chapels for Sept. 12 -18
Lower School | The chapel speaker will be Jay Miller, the assistant/youth pastor at Redeemer Church in Evans. Middle School | Joey Menendez will speak to our students. Upper School | Grant Janik, a student pastor at Warren Baptist Church, will be speaking to our students about faith and works.
We are learning to share and to be kind in Pre-K!
This week we read the book “The Rainbow Fish” by Marcus Pfister. The book tells the story of a beautiful fish who learns to share. We made our own rainbow fish to help us remember to share with our friends and those around us!