Boys and Girls Basketball Camp Combined Registration Form
4 days ago, Johnson County School District
Basketball Camp
We want to thank the New Generation Church and Burger King of Wittensville for the breakfast donations yesterday.
19 days ago, Amy Case
Donated doughnuts from Gracefully Made
Breakfast donation
If you missed out on Kindergarten Registration no worries! Just stop by the front office during school hours to pick up a packet. We are so excited about our newest TOMCATS!
21 days ago, Casey Salyers
The day is almost here! Kindergarten Registration will begin at 5:00pm Tuesday, May 3rd. We can’t wait to see you!
22 days ago, Casey Salyers
Watch the 2022 STLP awards live
about 1 month ago, Johnson County Schools
Mrs. Chafin's 6th Grade STEM challenges were AWESOME!
about 1 month ago, Holly Preece
A new droid with available resources.
Pipe cleaner tower in the making.
Jellybean and toothpick tower
Let's make a lighthouse.
WRC 6th Grade Murder Mystery Dinner show was "to die for!" "A Family Reunion To Die For" was a sold out show!
about 2 months ago, Holly Preece
Who done it?
Awesome job, Tomcats1
Freddy and Christine just wanted a relaxing honeymoon.
Mrs. Jeffiers’ 3rd graders love learning in math studios.
about 2 months ago, Holly Preece
Future ready/technology studio
Independent studio is a must
Teacher guided instruction
Working with a group is always fun
Happy Spring Break, Eagles! March 28th-April 1st
2 months ago, Johnson County Schools
Spring Break
WRC 5th graders and Kindergarten team up to read books.... a new friendship has formed with these book buddies!
2 months ago, Holly Preece
Reading is great!
Partner reading is fun!
Very intense reading and listening going on!
Let's learn.
Thank you Johnson Central FFA for visiting W.R. Castle and teaching our students how to grow and care for plants.
2 months ago, Casey Salyers
Calendar time in Kindergarten helps us learn so much! We practice writing our name and numbers, learn about patterns, counting, the weather, and various other mathematical skills. We look forward to incorporating music and movement into our learning daily!
2 months ago, Casey Salyers
Mrs. Salyers
We use cooperative groups and hands on manipulatives to help us learn how to read words with long vowel sounds. Learning in Kindergarten is so much fun!
2 months ago, Casey Salyers
Mrs. Salyers
Students in Mrs. Salyers Kindergarten use the interactive board during reading groups to practice decoding words to read sentences. Students put their comprehension skills to the test as they become illustrators for their small books.
2 months ago, Casey Salyers
Mrs. Salyers
No School Monday, March 21st Academic Day Good luck to all of our coaches and teams!
2 months ago, JC Tech Team
No School
Mrs. McCarty’s kiddos have been doing peer to peer and working on extra Iready lessons in reading and math. They have also been utilizing Prodigy Math and Reflex. Goals!! 🙌🏻
2 months ago, Holly Preece
Hard work will pay off
I-Ready and Reflex works great with a buddy
Peer work for the win!
David working hard on his programs to meet his goals
Aiden Mollette is the county winner in 4-6 grades-Digital Art division- in the Johnson County Fiscal Court Anti-Littering art contest.
2 months ago, Holly Preece
Aiden receives his award
Aiden Mollett proudly displays his award along side Mrs. Shauna Patton and Mark McKenzie
Learning in Kindergarten gives you wings to fly! Join us at W.R. Castle Memorial Elementary on Tuesday, May 3rd at 5:00 to register your child for Kindergarten! Students must be 5 years old by August 1st. Please share this with any parent who is needing to register their child for KINDERGARTEN at W.R. Castle. We look forward to seeing you!
2 months ago, Casey Salyers
Mrs. Burchett’s 2nd graders ended Read Across America Week with a Book Tasting of various chapter books.
3 months ago, Gaylena Burchett
Tinsley, Parker, Jaxon, & Keagan
Deacon, Jayden, Landon, & Callie
Bethanie, Aiden, & Tessa
Abe, Mason, & Aurora
Mrs. Burchett’s 2nd graders used Book Creator to publish their own books during Red Across America Week.
3 months ago, Gaylena Burchett