Girls on the Run Feature Coach Kate!

The Girls on the Run Newsletter featured our own Coach Kate!

Fifth Grade Students Share Fiction Stories with First Grade

Mrs. Forbeck's 5th grade students visited the 1st grade to share their realistic fiction stories about the Oregon Trail, today. The 5th graders have been

Elementary PLTW Students Make Strong Presentation to School Board

Last night, before the school board meeting, some of our elementary kids made a strong presentation to the Board of Education, about why West Platte should

Elementary Chorale Wins Radio Ad Contest!

WE WON! Message from Elementary music teacher, Bess DeLoux:
The West Platte Elementary Chorale won the Grandma's Catering radio ad contest they entered

Update on Sixth Grade Students Water Project

During the 2015-2016 school year, 6th grade students in Mrs. Forbeck's class (now 8th graders), raised money for The Water Project, while learning about

December Character Assembly Pictures

Check out these pictures of the kids during the December Character Assembly yesterday. Katie Galloway, from Farmfare was our guest speaker. She talked

December Character Students Recognized for Compassion

Yesterday the West Platte Elementary Character kids were recognized at an assembly for showing Compassion during the month of December. Congratulations

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 The West Platte Elementary School carefully considers all aspects of a child's development. We believe that children can best acquire a rich body of knowledge and the skills needed for future learning through a curriculum that is developmentally appropriate and that builds upon itself year by year. It is our hope that our curriculum is an expression of our mission, which is to develop students with a healthy intellectual, physical, and emotional balance. We want our students to become lifelong learners and ultimately productive citizens in society.

We realize that the first years of a child's academic life are crucial ones in establishing a positive attitude and a disposition toward learning. We value a young child's natural desire to learn through creation and self-expression, and we strive to build upon our students' curiosity, while instilling in them a spirit of cooperation, a respect for others, and a desire to grow intellectually. Therefore, we complement the lessons with weekly participation in library, computer, music, art, and physical education classes.

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