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Happenings AT W.H. FORD School



  • Wednesday, December 17 - Christmas Concert - 1:15 and 6:30
  • Wednesday, December 17 - DPS Family Day
  • Thursday, December 18 - Pre-K Family Day
  • Thursday, December 18 - Jr Fiap - Nutcracker
  • Thursday, December 18 - Mr. Williams and Mrs. Klumpp - Skating - p.m.
  • Friday, December 19 - Last day before holidays! - 2:30 Dismissal
  • January 5, 2015 - Classes resume



Cross Country Running

Cross Country running has come to an end.  In total, there were 342 boys and 342 girls who participated in the first race. W. H. Ford was well represented at Douglas Park with 35 participants!   Out of  those 35 participant, 12 students made it to the Top 25 Qualifying Race!  That race consisted of 237 boys and 246 girls from 42 Elementary schools.  A lot of hard work and dedication paid off and well done to everyone on the team.

Students not only practised running and keeping a good pace, but learned the importance of stretching, hydrating and keeping a positive attitude.  A huge thank you to Ms. Berger who helped coach the team as well as teacher vollunteers Mrs. Burns and Mrs. Schuler! Another big thank you to all parents who helped with rides and  who gave their supporting cheers at the track!

Thank you!

Ms. Bradley

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