Walker Gamble Elementary School
New Zion, SC 29111
2012-2013 Silver Award Winner
We Believe all students are individuals with unique needs and the ability to learn.
We Believe students deserve respect, acceptance, and encouragement.
We Believe students should be provided a safe and comfortable environment that enhances learning.
We Believe education is the responsibility of the home, the school, the students, and the community in order for students to demonstrate continuous improvement.
We Believe individuals are responsible for learning, for the choices they make, and their consequences.
We Believe moral and spiritual values are necessary for the complete development of the individual.
The mission of Walker-Gamble Elementary is to develop and nurture responsible individuals who are prepared to excel in an ever changing world.
Walker-Gamble Elementary will provide a high caliber of educational services for all students through quality personnel, curriculum, and character development.
Word of the month for December:
a feeling of deep sympathy and sorrow for another who is stricken by misfortune, accompanied by a strong desire to alleviate the suffering.
Holiday Mail for Heroes
Sponsored by the Red Cross
Students in Mrs. Tamra Floyd's class created Christmas cards to send to out military. Inside were personal messages to provide a welcome "touch of home" for our troops who won't be home for the holidays.
Ms. Annette Washington
for winning a 2013 SEC
BRIGHT Idea Grant
6th- SC Arbor Day
19th- Last School Day Before Christmas
Early Dismissal 10:20 Cars/10:30 Buses
20th-Jan. 3rd- Winter and Christmas Holidays
6th- Return to School
16th- 90th School Day- End of 2nd Nine Weeks
4th and 5th Grades Spelling Bee (class)
*14th-CSHAC Meeting (MS Cafeteria @ 3:15)
17th-In-Service/ No School for Students
20th- Martin Luther King Holiday/ No School
23rd- Report Cards and Conferences 3-5
30th- 4th and 5th Grade Spelling Bee for School
District Calendar 2013-2014
* The Comprehensive School Health Advisory Committee meets to assess and promote a healthy school climate for students and this meeting will be open to public.