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Civil War Tuesday at Waverly

Posted on: November 21, 2016

To celebrate Saturday’s upcoming 120th Civil War football game between the Oregon Ducks and the Oregon State Beavers, we are asking all students and staff to wear black and orange (to show support for the Beavers) or green and yellow (to show support for the Ducks).  The Ducks wear a variety of colors and uniform combinations so even if you wear blue, pink, white, and/or grey, that will work too!

At 2:15pm on Tuesday we will have a special event taking place at Waverly.  Go Beavers!  Go Ducks!

Walmart Recognizes Waverly’s Classified Staff

Posted on: November 20, 2016

Last week Walmart recognized all of Waverly’s Classified Staff members by giving them all a gift bag full of a variety of items.

Thank you Classified Staff for all that you do to help Waverly be a wonderful school and thank you to Walmart for taking the time and effort to appreciate those staff members.

Waverly Penny War

Posted on: November 20, 2016

Waverly has started a penny war in which each classroom is collecting loose change to raise money for field trips, assemblies, and other school activities for Waverly students.

Each class has received an empty one gallon milk jug.  Students are encouraged to bring in loose change (no cash allowed) to fill their classroom jug.

Competition ends on Monday, December 12th.  The class that raises the most money will win a pizza party from the Waverly All Star Parents Club. The pizza party will be on Thursday December 15th during lunch time.

The winning class will be determined on how much money was earned not how full the jug is.

Waverly Child Development Center

Posted on: November 20, 2016
Evelyn Aguilar & Helenna Bragg, ages 4 and 3 respectively, explore musical instruments together.

Evelyn Aguilar & Helenna Bragg, ages 4 and 3 respectively, explore musical instruments together.

Kayla Warden, age 3,  concentrates on magnet work.

Kayla Warden, age 3, concentrates on magnet work.

The Waverly Child Development Center (WCDC) currently serves a culturally diverse class of three to five-year-old children. The ultimate goal of the Center’s work is to ensure future academic success for these children by reaching them at what is now widely-recognized as the most critical life learning stage for achievement.

The Center is a Reggio Emilia-inspired approach to education, nurturing the innate intellectual curiosity in children while supporting their social and emotional development within the classroom community. School activities are largely inquiry-based and exploratory so that children can begin to build their conceptual understandings of the world.

WCDC has a morning and an afternoon session available, and transportation is provided. A meal and a snack is served daily. Staff includes a head teacher and bilingual family liaison.

And The Next President of the United States is…?

Posted on: November 8, 2016

On Tuesday, November 8, we held a mock presidential election for students and staff to have an opportunity to vote and have their voices be heard.

A total of 150 ballots were submitted.  Here are the results:

57 – Donald Trump (38%)

55 – Hillary Clinton (36%)

7 – Jill Stein (4%)

5 – Other (No Name Written in) (3%)

5 – Police Officer (3%)

4 – Gary Johnson (2%)

4 – My Mom (2%)

3 – George Washington (2%)

2 – Dad (1%)

2 – Drina (1%)

The rest below each received less than 1% of the vote:

1 – Aliyah

1 – Braydon

1 – Evelyn

1 – Keirnan

1 – Taylor

1 – My dog

1 – Bernie Sanders

1 – Uncle

1 – Power Ranger

1 – Mr. Ayala

1 – Ms. Griffith