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Flag Presented on Behalf of Kira Crocker-Tierney

November 30, 2017

Next time you come through the doors of Waltonville Grade School, look to the right on the wall, and you'll see a very special gift! Kathy Crocker, cafeteria manager at Waltonville CUSD, made a flag presentation in honor of . . . read more

WGS Students Earn Math Awards!

November 30, 2017

Congratulations to five junior high students and two 3rd grade students at Waltonville Grade School for being excellent in Mathematics. They earned a lunch trip to Spartanville for mastering 30+ skills on IXL!  . . . read more

Waltonville School District Holds Veterans' Appreciation & Luncheon

November 9, 2017

Waltonvile area Veterans were extended an invitation to attend a Veterans' Appreciation Lunch eon hosted by Waltonville Grade School 8 th  grade students and selected Waltonville High . . . read more

"Principal for the Day" with State Representative Terri Bryant at Waltonville Grade School

October 17, 2017

Through an initiative of The Illinois Principal's Association honoring principals across the state during the month of October for National Principals' Month, Principals were encouraged to host legislators at their . . . read more

Grade School 1st Quarter Accelerated Reader Awards

October 16, 2017

Four of our Jr. High students qualified for Accelerated Reader Awards during 1st quarter. Amy Dixon had a whopping 163 pts Malayna Bock had 83 pts. Lukus Kyles had 73.6 pts. Sophia Lewis had 50 pts. We are so proud of our . . . read more

Family Reading Night at WCUSD1!

October 13, 2017

Students, parents, community members and WCUSD1 Staff enjoyed a fun-filled family reading night on October 12th at the Waltonville Grade School.  In addition to reading, Book-Themed Pumpkins, a Clue Crew in costume, classroom . . . read more

Asa Newell Recieves the Woodsmen Life American History Award

May 2, 2017

Asa Newell received the Woodsmen Life American History Award at their banquet in April.  Mrs. Wisniewski accompanied Asa. read more

Autism Awareness Month - April 2017

May 2, 2017

The month of April was Autism Awareness Month.  Autism is defined as  a mental condition, present from early childhood, characterized by difficulty in communicating and forming relationships with other people and in using . . . read more

Waltonville Grade School STEAM Night

May 2, 2017

Waltonville Grade School held a STEAM night; a Title I Family Involvement night.  All the activities centered around Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math.  The students and their families competed to complete the . . . read more

Jefferson County Principal Student Recognition

May 1, 2017

Jefferson County Principals' Student Recognition Recipients: Jacey Kujuawa and Lydia Kash ‚Äč read more

Scholar Bowl Team attends the Fox for Lion King!

May 1, 2017

Scholar Bowl teammates attended the Fox Theater to see "THE LION KING".  This was made possible through a grant written by Mrs. Nikki Wisniewski. read more

Waltonville 2017 Jr. High Dance

The annual Waltonville Jr. High dance was held at the end of April, including the traditional honoring of the outgoing 8th grade.   read more

Waltonville Annual 5K Race - 2017

May 1, 2017

Waltonville's annual 5K race, organized by Mrs. Michelle McGovern and Mrs. Hannah Savitzky, was held in April.  Each class named themselves and challenged each other.  Mrs. Frank's 5th grade ANNOYALATORS took first . . . read more

Dr. Seuss "March Madness" at Waltonville Grade School!

During the month of March, under the direction of Title I Teacher, Colene Stanley, Waltonville Grade School participated in Dr. Seuss "March Madness".  Each class selected a favorite book to begin the "Sweet 16 . . . read more

Grade School Halloween Celebrations

Waltonville Grade School celebrated the Halloween season big!  All grades K-8 dressed up for the day's activities topped off with a school assembly at the end of the day, attended by a large number of community onlookers.  Mrs. . . . read more

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