Leading Creek Elementary
Leading the Way
15300 US Highway 33 W
Linn, WV 26384
Phone: (304) 462-7127
FAX (304) 462-4925
Principal - Kimberly Freeland
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Research shows that missing 10% of the school year — which can be just two or three days every month — can add up to so much lost time in the classroom that children just can't keep up. Attendance is critical to the success of our students.
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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE December STUDENTS OF THE MONTH
Front Row l-r : Maddie James (1st), Rose Wiser (PreK), Tegan Bean (K)
Back Row l-r Liza Broome (4), Joel Lipscomb (2nd), Jacob Hardbarger (3rd),
Jasmine Godwin (5th), Zancer Pinckney (6th)
Japan comes to Leading Creek Elementary
Masahiro Yamaguchi, a Japan Outreach Initiative Coordinator working through Glenville State College, visited Leading Creek Elementary on Nov. 15th. Mr. Yamaguchi will be visiting several times over the next two years to bring aspects of Japanese culture to our students. During this visit, he presented a video of a typical school day in Japan then challenged students to use chopsticks and make orgami.
Masahiro Yamaguchi demonstrates how to hold chopsticks. Peyton Butcher and McKenzie Wilson learn to use chopsticks.
Pctured Below: Jazmine Godwin and Alexis Stoddard from 5th grade learn to use chopsticks.
Born Learning Academies - Leading Creek Elementary is engaging families of children birth-kindergarten to promote school readiness. Born Learning is a program that helps parents, grandparents, families and caregivers explore ways to turn everyday moments into fun LEARNING opportunities. Born Learning creates early learning experiences for young children. It is designed to support parents and families in their critical role as a child’s first teacher. Our goal is to prepare the parents and children for Kindergarten by providing information about what it means to be ready for school.The Born Learning Academies are funded through a grant from the United Way, The Education Alliance, and Toyota Corporation. Families participate in six sessions with topics ranging from health and nutrition to reading readiness. Each session consists of a family style dinner, parent training session and related parent/child activity. Parents and children go home with prizes and resources to help their child have a successful school experience.
During the Born Learning health and nutrition session, families learned how to engaged their young children in cooking activities while integrating math concepts such as counting, patterns, and sequencing.
Pictured at left: The Short, Bonnet, Dotson, and Doucette families make a fruit salad.
middle: Garrett Walls concentrates on counting as he slices fruit.
last: Megan Midcap from WVU Extension Service gave parents ideas and resources about health and nutrition.
Mrs. Arnold's 5th graders attended the reinactment of the Battle of Bulltown at Bulltown Historic Site on Oct. 12th
All students attended a musical performance of
"A Year With Frog and Toad"
at WV Wesleyan College on October 9th.