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Principal's Place                                       Oct. 5

Did you, your parents, grandparents, or neighbors attend West U Elementary School or Pershing Junior High School (when it was housed on our campus)?  We are collecting stories from people who went to school here.  As you may know, West U Elementary opened in 1925 with just six rooms (100-103 and 201-202, a small upstairs auditorium (now rooms 901 and 904), and two offices.  This is the front part of our building closest to the corner of University and Edloe.  Either Mr. Connolly’s office or the faculty lounge across the hall was the original principal’s office.

In 1927, John J. Pershing Junior High School opened with eight classrooms plus a kindergarten room that had its own entrance, and office space.  The original Pershing is now our office complex, rooms 110-113 and 210-213, and what is now our Clinic (this was originally a classroom).  Pershing moved to its current location in 1948.

We want to know more about our history and ask you to help spread the word.  Here is the link to the form created for people to submit their WUES fact or story. If you wish to stay informed about our 90th anniversary and planned events, you can register here.

Have a grand week! 
John T. Threet, Principal 

PTO Meeting & Featured Guest Speaker for Parents on October 13

Please join us for this year’s  first PTO General Meeting on Tuesday, October 13, 8:00 – 9:15 a.m. in the MPR. Following PTO business, we are delighted to have Aimee Alley Taylor, CHC, CPT, founder of Greenpeas & Blueberries-Whole Life Wellness, share great information to help us support our children:

What’s Lurking in the Electric Blue Lollipop? The Dangers of Artificial Ingredients to our Kids’ Brains

Have you noticed how our food looks like it is in Technicolor these days? Do you know what chemicals are added to food to make it that color?

Come learn about scary synthetic chemicals added to our food, and how much damage they do to our precious little people. It is a frightening world for families today – learn how to feed your family without being overloaded with these toxic chemicals.

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