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  • Gifted Education Students Study at Sea Lab: Students wet Their feet in Ecology, Sciences on Gulf Coast

    Sheffield fifth- and sixth-grade students travelled to Douphin Island to attend the Dauphin Island Sea Lab. Sheffield gifted education students embarked on an estuary boat trip with the Dauphin Island Sea Lab. Students examined a baby stingray and other fish which they caught by net... Read More

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  • PAWS Clubs up, Running at LEW: Students Participating in Clubs Ranging from Legos to Animals

    The L.E. Willson Elementary School Garden Club (top left) is shown beautifying school grounds with potted plants and flowers. Students (top right) Amarious Boyd, Braylen Armstead and JT Phillips are shown making slime in Science Club. Sixth-grader Danni Tiggleman (bottom right) is shown making patterns with Sewing Club sponsor and fourth grade teacher Rachel Threet. Fourth-grade teacher and Arts and Crafts Club sponsor Ginger Wright (bottom left) is shown drawing with student Aaliyah Davis... Read More

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  • Inaugural Spring Talent show a hit

    Natalie Scruggs of Emily Stewart’s sixth-grade class, daughter of Brandy Scruggs, was the grand prize winner of the L.E. Willson Elementary School’s “Ways to Stage” spring talent show fundraiser. Bulldog pups really broke-a-leg during L.E. Willson Elementary School’s inaugural “Ways to Stage” talent show. The elementary school hosted the first-ever event on Monday, May 6, with 12 LEW students--three each from grades three - six--competing against each other for a grand prize. The event raised $650 for the school, which will be dedicated providing a new sign. LEW Special Education Resource Teacher Emily Ownby, who helped to coordinate the event, said the talent show was huge success and that she hopes to make it an annual fundraiser... Read More

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  • Students celebrate Autism Awareness Week

    L.E. Willson students participated in a fun run campaign to raise money for Autism Awareness. Students received pledges from sponsors for each lap completed around the school’s courtyard. Students and sponsors raised $1,800 to fund raising awareness of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Shown running are L.E. Willson Elementary School students Jaxon Steen (left), Joby Bailey (center) and Jaxon's dad, Will Steen. Students at L.E. Willson Elementary School (LEW) joined together in April to show their support for those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). LEW Interim Principial Heather Collum said that for the first time ever, the school dedicated five school days to celebrate Autism Awareness Week.... Read More

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