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Welcome Back Night

Welcome Back Night
Wednesday, September 17
Children’s Garden 5:30 pm
Grades 1-8  7:00 pm

Children’s Garden Mini Morning

Saturday, October 4
9:30am to 11 am

Experience a Nursery through Kindergarten "mini morning" with your child. RSVP please to

Fall Parent & Child Classes

Our Fall Parent & Child Classes are starting 9/11 - 12/12; 9:00am - 11:00am. Classes will be held on Thursdays and Fridays. Teacher and parent (grandparent or caregiver) collaborate on purposeful activities that guide and inspire young children in their play. Children engage in homelike tasks while learning how to be an individual in a group situation. Relevant topics on early childhood, such as sleep patterns, nutrition, and creating a healthy and harmonious rhythm for your child, are discussed.

WSB Book Club

Next WSB Book Club

Tuesday, May 6
8:30am - 9:30am
Children's Garden Lobby

Instrumental Recitals

Tuesday, May 27 is the date for instrumental recitals for students in Grades 4 - 8.

All recitals will be held in the Multi-Purpose Room.

  • 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM - 4th and 5th graders perform
  • 1:30 - 2:30 PM - 6th, 7th, and 8th graders perform

All families and friends are invited to see and hear what the students have accomplished in their instrumental lessons at WSB.

Willis Keeling, Orchestra Teacher

Graul's Lunches

GRAUL’S LUNCHES will start the first full week of school starting Monday September 8, and pizza will be available for the first 17 weeks of school from September 10 through January 21.

Mercury Retrograde Ends

The term retrograde is from the Latin word retrogradus – "backward-step", the affix retro- meaning "backwards" and gradi to step or "to go". Retrograde is most commonly an adjective used to describe the path of a planet as it travels through the night sky, with respect to the zodiac, stars, and other bodies of the celestial canopy. In this context, the term refers to planets, as they appear from Earth, to stop briefly and reverse direction at certain times though in reality, of course, we now understand that they perpetually orbit in the same uniform direction.[2]

Summer Solstice

The summer solstice occurs when the tilt of a planet's semi-axis, in either the northern or the southern hemisphere, is most inclined toward the star (sun) that it orbits. Earth's maximum axial tilt toward the sun is 23° 26'. This happens twice each year, at which times the sun reaches its highest position in the sky as seen from the north or the south pole.