Upcoming Dates and Events


May 5:   Final PTO Meeting And Black History
              Performance
              * PTO At 6:00 pm
              * Black History Performance At 6:30 pm
May 14:  Honors Day For PreK - 2nd Grade 
               * Only Parents Of Those Students Being
                 Recognized Received An Invitation
               * PreK And KK at 9:30 am In The
                 Cafeteria
               * 1st And 2nd Grade At 1:00 p In The
                  Cafeteria
May 15:  Honors Day For 3rd - 5th Grade 
               * Only Parents Of Those Students Being
                 Recognized Received An Invitation
               * 5th Grade At 9:30 am In The Cafeteria
               * 3rd And 4th Grade At 1:00 pm In The
                  Cafeteria
May 18:  Talent Show At 1:00 pm In The Cafeteria
May 19:  Yearbook Signing Party At 1:00 pm In The
              Cafeteria
              For Those Who Bought A Yearbook
May 22:  Field Day And Class End-of-the-Year
              Parties 

Track Meet 2014-2015



Tiyana Brown:  5th (Standing Long Jump), 7th (200m)
Tyra Brown:  3rd (Standing Long Jump)
Nickolas Callen:  7th (shotput)
Mahki Gilmore:  4th (200m)
Carlos Goodman:  3rd (shotput)
Alicia Howard:  3rd (200m)
Jakhari Howard:  6th (softball throw)
Kendra Jackson:  3rd (400m)
Aniah Johnson:  7th (100m)
Ariel McSwain:  4th (100m), 5th (400m)
Jimel Rolling:  3rd (softball throw), 3rd (shotput)
Kiara Turner:  3rd (100m)
Jaeda Williams:  5th (100m), 5th (200m)
Donquel Yancy:  4th (softball throw)

The following students advanced to the district track meet:
Tyra Brown:  2nd (running long jump)
Eric Grant:  1st (standing long jump), 2nd (running long jump)
Alicia Howard:  2nd (400m)
Kendra Jackson:  1st (running long jump)
Memorie Rhodes:  1st (softball throw)
Malachi Rodriguez:  1st (softball throw)
Kiara Turner:  2nd (400m)

Pennies For Patients: TOTY Donates Hair To Locks of Love

2014-2015 Teacher of the Year, Lori Smith

Read Across America 2015

Father Daughter Dance

Book Fair



The library media center would like to thank the students, parents, volunteers, faculty and staff for supporting us again this year for another successful book fair.  Ms. New would like to send a special thank you to the following:

A. Adams, Teacher
N. Aron, Volunteer
N. Davis, Volunteer
R. Garrett, Volunteer
N. Goodlett, Volunteer
M. Hawkins, Volunteer
S. Lanham, Parent Facilitator
G. Owens, School Nurse
L. Thigpen, Teacher
T. Ware, Volunteer

Pennies For Patients

Teacher donates hair to "Locks of Love" and students donate to "Pennies for Patients"

The faculty, staff and student body participated in Pennies for Patients which supports the leukemia and lymphoma society.  Our TOTY volunteered to have her hair cut at school in an assembly, live in front of the students, once we reached our goal of over $800. She is donating her hair to Locks of Love. This spontaneous event occurred Friday morning in the school's cafeteria with our student body. It was amazing...we hope you enjoy! Click here to view the event.

From The Title I Parental Involvement Center

Safety Patrols Assist With Carpool

Dear Parents,
The year is off to a great start but we do need your help. We are excited that beginning Monday, October 6, we had safety patrols in the morning and afternoon to assist with carpool. In the morning, we only have one lane open. Safety patrol students will assist your student out of the car. If you use our car pool lane, you may not exit your vehicle. You will then exit when your child has exited the car and the car in front of you has moved. You may not leave the lane to pass around another car. In the afternoon, please remember to pull all the way up so that we may load all vehicles more quickly. Once all cars in the loading section have been loaded, we will release so that the next set of cars may move up to the loading zone. Also, in the afternoon, if you are a walk-up, meaning that you park to come and pickup your child, they now exit at the bus loading zone before daycare van riders. Parents, please be sure that you have the proper method of pick-up recorded with your teacher. If there is a change, you must send in a note in writing.  Thank you for your help!
Mrs. Grove, Principal

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Scholastic Summer Reading Program


Through the Richmond Reads! Program, we are able to provide free books to your child to encourage their love of learning and love of reading while away from school this summer.By reading at home with your child, you will enhance your child's comprehension, fluency, vocabulary and mastery in reading and other subjects.

Parents who received an invitation to one of our Honor's Day programs on May 14 and May 15 may pick up their child's reading pack before or after the program.  The library media center will have a table set up in the school's lobby for your convenience.

Students whose parents will not be attending an Honor's Day program will receive their reading packs from their teacher on May 18.

Please click on the link below to view a PowerPoint on our 2015 Scholastic Summer Reading Program.

WFES Summer Reading Program PowerPoint PDF.pdf

Pennies For Patients: Students Duct Tape Coach To The Wall

March 2015 Students of the Month

Employee Of The Month


Marsheila Davis, a kindergarten
paraprofessional,is Willis Foreman's
Employee of the Month for April
2015. Congratulations Mrs. Davis!

Career Day 2015

Science Fair Awards


First Place:
Mikhail Gayle
Malachi Rodriguez

Second Place:
Cameron Patterson
Carlton Burley
Alyssa Dunn
Dorothy Gordon
Ricco Wright

Third Place:
Scurry (3rd Grade)
Trevor Aron
Xenia Santiago
Heaven Broadie
Tremain Eunice
Emil Bajit
Blayne Gates

Honorable Mention:
Donquel Yancy
Xavier Tucker
Ciara Turner
Katrese Robbins
Richie
Martinez (3rd Grade)
Carlos Goodman
Stone (4th grade)
Curry (3rd Grade)

School Fundraisers




Bumper Stickers $10.00

 

 


2014 Breast Cancer Awareness At WFES

WFES 2014 Anti-Bullying Rally

Box Tops For Education



Go to www.boxtopsforeducation.com
Join for FREE!
Bring your box tops to Rose Garrett, Parent Volunteer
Our next deadline is Friday, February 27, 2015

WFES 2014 Christmas Program

Breakfast And Lunch Menus

2014 WFES Fall Festival

Honor's Day Feedback


Who:  Faculty/Staff, Parents & Community Members Who Attended Willis Foreman's Honor's Day 2015
What:  Honor's Day 2015 Feedback Survey
Where:  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1o44dhxRWPqYXEOvuS0mIsf_JNO0y91_Fb4lfqxt_oeU/viewform?usp=send_formiewform?usp=send_form
When:  The Survey Is Open From Tuesday, 5/19/15 until Friday, 5/22/15
Why:  To Collect Suggestions For Honor's Day 2016

eChalk Login

Fifth Grade Volcanoes

2014-2015 Young Georgia Author Winner

Kaya Hayden, a first grade student at Willis Foreman, is a 2014-2015 Young Georgia Author winner from Richmond County.  She will go on to compete at the state level.  All winners will be announced in June.  Congratulations, Kaya!

Pre-Kindergarten Registration

Salvation Army Canned Food Drive

Thank you to our parents and students
for participating in the Salvation Army Canned Food Drive. 
Our total was 1, 375 cans.  Mrs. Smith's class collected
the most - 155 cans.  Due to the efforts of our school
community, we won 2nd place for our county.

School Information

Willis Foreman Elementary
2413 Willis Foreman Road
Hephzibah, GA 30815
Phone 706-592-3991
FAX 706-592-3706

 

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Contact Our Principal

Mrs. LouAnne Grove, Principal
Email:  grovelo@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us

Contact Our Webmaster

Valerie New, Library Media Specialist
Email:  newva@boe.richmond.k12.ga.us

Upcoming Events

Monday, May 25
HOLIDAY
Tuesday, May 26
Teacher Post-Planning (PreK~12)
 
Wednesday, May 27
Teacher Post-Planning (PreK~12)
 
Report Cards (Pick-up at Schools)

Thursday, May 28
Report Cards (Mailed Out)

Tuesday, June 9
Board Meeting
Called Board Meeting @ 3:30 PM

Parent Notification Registration

Parents, want to stay up to date on your student(s) assignments?  Sign up for Parent Class Email Alerts....click here.

Public Information


Parents - We need your help!  Please take a few minutes and fill out the School Climate Survey for your child's school.  Your opinion is important to us!  Thank you so much for your time!



Click here to take the survey.

RCSS

Notice of Non-Discrimination
The Richmond County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities for students.  The following persons have been designated to investigate any complaint communicated to the Board of Education alleging non-compliance of non-discrimination policies regarding student activities.


RCSS News

 RCSS to Host Transportation and Nutrition Job Fair 

The Richmond County School System will be hosting a Transportation and Nutrition Job Fair on Saturday, June 6, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM at Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School.
Read more...
TransportationNutrition Job Fair Flyer.pdf

School News

Georgia Milestones Student Survey for Online Test Takers

Students, please to take a moment and complete the online survey for the Georgia Milestones Online Assessments. Your input is so important!  For students taking the End of Grade Assessments, click here.  For students taking the End of Course Assessments, click here.  Thank you for your time and comments.  


The Richmond County School System is proud to announce the offering of Virtual Summer School 2015. The Virtual Summer School will launch on May 23rd for all Richmond County K-8 students and end on August 2, 2015. For complete details, please click here.

Fifth Grade Cell Projects