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Driswood Elementary School

75 Caspian Way
Shenandoah Junction, WV 25442
304-885-5020  phone
304-725-1936  fax
 
Kelly K. Osborne, Principal
 


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       MENU for FEBRUARY 12th and 15th

       Friday, February 12, 2016

     Pizza, Green Beans, Celery and Carrots,

    Fruit, Pudding, and Milk

    Monday, February 15, 2016

    Pork BBQ on Whole Wheat Bun,  French Fires,

    Lima Beans, Fruit, and Milk

     

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    D.E.S. 

    School Mission

    Our students will....

    Demonstrate learning at

    rigorous levels

    because they are

    Expected to learn in a

    Supported environment.

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  • Jefferson County Schools Grade 5

    First Place Team Winners:

    Driswood Elementary and Shepherdstown Elementary Tied for First Place.
    Photo names: (Left, Patrick Blanc)

    DES Teachers: Kaitlan Ballantine, April Burkhammer;

    DES students: Josh Poteet; Jordan Rawlins;

    Spencer Powell; Makayla Premo
    SES teacher: Matthew Robins; SES students: Savannah Harner,

    Morgan Blake, Max Cabrera, Eli Dillow,

    (Right, Brian Collins, Grades 4-5 Math Field Day Coordinator)

    mfd

     

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  • 4th Grade Math Field Day Team Winner!

    DES Students are JCSs' 2016 1st Place Team!
    Pictured Left: Patrick Blanc; DES teacher Kaitlan Ballantine;

    students: Josh Molina; Erik Parker; Kylie Wacker;

    Luke Swisher; DES teacher April Burkhammer;

    Grades 4-5 Math Field Day Coordinator, Brian Collins.mfd


     

     

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  • 2nd 9wks Most Improved

    Attendance Awards!

    IAA

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    Owl Caring Tree Project/

    Jefferson County Animal Welfare Society

    Driswood Elementary school hosted it’s annual “Owl Caring Tree” project during the month of December. This year we supported our local Animal Welfare Society located in Kearneysville. The Animal Welfare Society provides housing and adoption services for abandoned, surrendered, and neglected or abused dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens. Students were asked to bring in items from dog and cat toys to hand soap and sanitizing wipes.

    This opportunity was a great opportunity to partner and support our local animal shelter and teach students the importance of giving back. Our students learned that giving back to our community is a great way to show that we care for others and to remind them that we are all connected to the larger web of humanity. This project was very successful and helped to bring happiness to many during the holiday season.

    Below is a picture of the items we collected.

    Shelter Pic.  

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  • Fourth Grade Students

    at DES Participate in

    Tynker Hour of Online Coding Program.

    Tynker Online Coding is an

    end-to-end solution to easily
    and successfully teach kids how to code,

    as they create games
    and animated projects.

    When kids get started with Tynker, they’ll
    learn to code using Tynker’s own visual

    programming language,

    featuring visual drag-n-drop

    logic blocks that eliminate

    the need to understand

    programming syntax.

    Hour of Code hofc

    hofc hofc

     

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    Ms. Hendrick's Classroom

    Receives Book Shelves!

    Thank You to Bradley Lloyd

    for his Donation in Completing his

    Eagle Scout Project!

     

    book shelves bradley

    Pic

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  • Driswood Elementary School
    Safety Policy and Procedures 
    for Visitors and Student Sign Out 
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    All school visitors are required to report to the school office
    and proceed to safety monitor and ring bell for
    entry into the DES Office.  
     
    All school visitors will be addressed and ask to
    provide name, nature of visit, and a government issued picture identification
    prior to any entry.  Visitors are ask to enter and close door immediately
    and allow the next visitor to ring bell for identification.  
    When exiting the DES office, do not allow any visitor to enter as you are exiting. 
     
    Students who are requested for dismissal will only be released to
    parents, guardians, or emergency contacts who are stated on
     the
    school information enrollment form.
     
    All changes in dismissal must be provided in a written form
    with contact information so that parents may be contacted
    to confirm change in dismissal.


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