October 11th Attend West Platte Education Foundation Breakfast
It’s time to celebrate the accomplishments of the West Platte RII Schools.
Enjoy a breakfast prepared and served by West Platte students while viewing an elementary and high school art display on October 11th from 7:30-8:30 in the Blue Jay Room at the district Central Office.
Learn from two innovative West Platte teachers how the foundation helped their creative teaching styles by awarding them with the Excellence in Teaching Innovative Grants.
Pay $25 per person on line at wpedfoundation.org/ways-to-give by October 4th or $30 per person at the door on October 11th.
Send checks payable to WPEF at West Platte Education Foundation P.O. Box 313 Weston, MO 64098.
This October 19, children’s advocate and award-winning author Trudy Ludwig will be presenting at West Platte Elementary School to give her nationally acclaimed presentations to students, staff, and parents / caregivers on relational aggression (emotional bullying by intentionally manipulating or hurting peer relationships).
During her visit, Ludwig will be presenting a total of three student assemblies (K-1; grades 2-3, and grades 4-6, respectively) to empower children with healthy friendship skills. In addition, Ludwig will provide her special evening parent presentation, “Understanding Our Kids’ Online & Offline Social World: Friendships, Cliques & Power Plays.” This evening presentation is open to all elementary parents and will take place on October 19th. Supper will be offered for free from 5:30-6:00 pm in the elementary cafeteria. At 6:00 pm, parents will go to the high school cafeteria for Trudy’s presentation while the children will go to the PAC for a short movie. At 7:00 pm, Trudy will be happy to sign books and answer any questions.
Weston - Wow!
Pat Egan, President of the Weston Chamber of Commerce, told the Historid Weston Preservation Commission, Weston has been featured in three outside publications recently.
“House Beautiful” called Weston the Missouri town “We Want to Live In.” One town was listed for each state.The town was also profiled in Midwest Traveler, “Wowed by Weston,” and in last week’s KC Underground in the Kansas City Star.
Bestselling Children’s Author Coming to West Platte Elementary
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