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March 13th, 2019

Fun Run 2018-2019

Parents! This year’s main fundraiser is the West Creek Fun Run! It’s a two-week program that kicks off with a Pep Rally on April 2nd. Families will then gather pledges for every lap your student runs (30-35 laps), and we’ll celebrate at the Fun Run on April 12. With our big goal of raising $20,000 for playground equipment, we asked the Fun Run experts at Boosterthon to power our Fun Run and make it easier, more profitable, and more fun. Students will also experience an amazing character theme, MINDSPARK MYSTERY LAB! Boosterthon’s most exciting theme yet combines S.T.E.A.M skills (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) with character-building. While they’re teaming up with the MindSpark Kids to solve mysteries, our students will learn five 21st-century character traits that will help strengthen themselves and our world.
Donations will go toward our playground and to the entire two-week experience. So please help our school by reaching out to sponsors. Also, all families are invited to come out and cheer on your student at the Fun Run! Thank you for your support!

January 16th, 2019

City Saver Booklets

Parents and/or Guardians,
This Friday, Jan. 18th, the City Saver Books will be sent home with your children. The cost for the books this year is $25.00 and they will have a free online app with offers in 25 cities including Nashville.

If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Denna Schrimsher in the front office. Thank you!

November 5th, 2018

3rd annual Downtown Kiwanis third-grade community read

On Oct. 29 and 30, all third-grade students from the Clarksville-Montgomery County School System (CMCSS) got the opportunity to meet author Chris Grabenstein and receive a free copy of Escape from Mr. Lemoncello’s Library through a generous donation from the Downtown Kiwanis Club.


“Downtown Kiwanis is a service organization dedicated to reaching and impacting the lives of children in our community,” stated Price Hopson, Downtown Kiwanis President. “Youth Literacy has been one of our most important causes that we have tackled for the past 25 years. We have given over 100,000 books throughout that time to third graders in Clarksville-Montgomery County.”


In partnership with the Clarksville-Montgomery County Education Foundation, the Downtown Kiwanis Club has been sponsoring the Reading Rodeo for the past three years. However, this is the first year that the over 2,700 CMCSS third-graders, their teachers, and school library-media specialists had the opportunity to come together in one location to meet the author of the book selected to be integrated into the district-wide curriculum.


Chris Grabenstein is the New York Times bestselling author of the Lemoncello series, the Wonderland series, the award-winning Haunted Mystery series, The Island of Dr. Libris, and many others.


Grabenstein shared his journey to becoming an author with the students, which started when he won his first writing award in fifth grade. “She (his teacher) told me I would make a living as a writer one day,” Grabenstein told the students. “She was right. So, I can tell you guys that you need to listen to your teachers.”


“Mr. Grabenstein worked hard to achieve his dream of becoming a writer,” said Carol Baggett, library-media specialist at Sango. “Children need to see that their goals and dreams can be accomplished with motivation and determination. He inspired them to read and write and have fun at the same time. Maybe one of our students will become the next Chris Grabenstein. I feel fortunate that we could partner with Downtown Kiwanis and the CMC Education Foundation to make this experience happen. Our students will always remember it.”


“We feel it is vital to get children reading at an early age for a lot of reasons,” stated Hopson. “With our reading program, we will reach every single third-grade student in this community, and we hope to make great impacts on their lives. We couldn’t do this without the help of UPS, grants, an anonymous donor, and the CMC Education Foundation. Seeing how excited the students were today lets us know that we are doing right by them, and we hope to continue this for a long time to come.”

October 29th, 2018

October 29th, 2018: Fall Food Drive

Food Drive: Fall 2018

Today starts the Caring Coyotes Food Drive. Below are a few students that have been helping prepare for this amazing event.

September 10th, 2018

Scholastic Book Fair: Fall 2018

Book Fair Letter for Parents

Book Fair begins tomorrow, Sept. 10th in the WCES Library. The letter attached in this post was sent home with your students last week. It covers all the information needed for the book fair: tax, online purchase, dates, and times. I know all of the kids are super excited for this book fair and I hope to see you all there! If you are wanting to volunteer to help work the fair, please contact the front office so that we can get you all set up.



Rachel Wyatt

WCES Library Media Specialist

July 25th, 2018

West Creek Elementary Guidance

A link to offer suggestions for parents and students who would like help with many different things such as feelings.

July 25th, 2018

Digital Blended Learning.

What it means.

July 25th, 2018

MyOn Reading Program

Are you using MyOn reading with your child? It is simple to access and use daily. Simply go to Click the “Log in now” green button on the top right of the page and put in the following information on the next page. “School” West Creek Elementary School, “username” Your child’s library number, “Password” Your child’s library number again. Then click the green and white Sign in button at the bottom of the page. If you can not access your child’s account, simply let your child’s teacher know and we will look into it for you. Thanks and happy reading!!!

July 25th, 2018

Read, Read, Read!

Don’t forget to dedicate 20 minutes daily to reading to maintain and also to improve your reading skills.

July 25th, 2018

Pre-K Application Information

Click here.