Eugene Ware Elementary School

School Highlights 2016 - 2017

Success - It's No Mystery at Eugene Ware!
Eugene Ware had a wonderful school year that was filled with personal success and gains for students.  We started the year with a "Maintain or Gain" celebration that recognized students who read and worked over the summer.  Students who maintained or gained on their MAP Test were put into a drawing for two bikes and Pizza with the Principal.  We were excited to learn that our summer school helped students stay motivated and kept away the summer "slump".
As the year progressed we celebrated growth by going to Dave and Buster's and student's names were on the "Clued in to Learning" wall in the hall.  Their picture and name was posted.  Students also were name Excellent Eagles in their classrooms and we celebrated and named them each month.
At the end of the year we sent students to many interesting trips including those that could help them see themselves in the future.  They planned and constructed items to sell and advertised them.  They wrote books and designed products.  Our students are learning how to become leaders in our complex and ever changing world!

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