Juniors and seniors from Mr. Sand's science class spent the morning with a Waverly preschool class conducting science experiments. Students made ice cream, slime, and viewed specimens under a microscope.
Fluor-BWXT donated school supplies to Waverly Primary School. Waverly City Schools and COPE appreciate the continued support that Fluor-BWXT has shown towards our schools and COPE program.
Pictured from left to right: Stephanie McLaughlin (Deputy Director of Environmental Remediation), Tim Poe (Director of Nuclear Operations), Jeremy Peters (COPE Director), Terri Dunham (COPE Assistant), and Cindi Remy (Public Relations)
Mrs. Caplinger's Class
Mr. Crabtree's Class
Mrs. Longcoy's Class
Mrs. Spriggs' Class
Mrs. Young's Class
Mrs. Yelley's Class
Mrs. Williams' Class
During the month of February, The Waverly High School National Honor Society worked with Waverly Primary to conduct the Pennies for Patients coin drive. Students in kindergarten through 2nd grade donated coins which were counted and then added to online donations. Over $1400 was collected and donated to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. This money will go for research for childhood cancers.
The NHS hosts a pizza party for the classroom in each grade that raised the most amount of money. The kindergarten winner was Mrs. Pollard's class, first grade winner was Mrs. McAllister's class, and second grade winner was Mrs. Young's classroom. Additionally, Mrs. McAllister's class will received a Gold Pennant, Silver Pennants will be awarded to Mrs. Young's and Mrs. Pollard's classes, and Mrs. Spriggs' class will receive a Bronze Pennant. Anna Williams was the student who raised the most donations during the coin drive.
This is the third year of the Pennies for Patients collaboration between the NHS and Waverly Primary.