West Seattle Elementary’s growth brings special recognition

November 20, 2013 at 10:50 am | In High Point, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 1 Comment

West Seattle Elementary School now has a big new banner to tell the world about its progress. We recently published an update from WSES on continued test-score growth, and on Tuesday, principal Vicki Sacco and her staff welcomed visitors including Washington Education Association president Kim Mead (above left), Seattle Education Association president Jonathan Knapp (above right), and State Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon, and received a special recognition banner. Mead and Knapp are touring federal School Improvement Grant-receiving schools in the city, and WSES is one of the stops; WEA says our state’s grant recipients have outperformed those in every other state.

WSES students and staff are also proud of their anti-bullying campaign, shown off for the distinguished visitors:

Pink is the signature color for the no-bullying campaign (previously reported here last March). The hand-raising in our photo shows students/staff affirming the pledge to be kind to each other.

1 Comment

  1. Keep up the good work. I’ve substituted as an IA at West Seattle Elem. and enjoyed working with
    the staff and students. Keep up the good work!!

    Comment by Carole Burrus — 10:12 am November 27, 2013 #

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