On Tuesday, April 4th, Warrensville Heights Elementary School was honored with a visit from Governor Mike DeWine, Mrs. Fran DeWine, and State Superintendent Dr. Siddens in recognition of our outstanding efforts in literacy.
During the visit, the Governor toured two classrooms, Mrs. Washington’s Kindergarten class and Ms. Graham’s Second Grade class. Both groups impressed our visitors with their engaged learning and knowledge of reading. A special thank you to the scholars and teachers who made our work shine during these classroom observations.
The Governor chose to visit Warrensville Heights Elementary School because we were early adopters of the latest practices in literacy education that are being pushed state-wide. Today affirmed that the hard work and dedication of our team pays off. We started this School Year with the theme “Let Them Know”–and this visit is acknowledgement at the highest level. It is the culmination of years of work from our scholars, staff, teachers, and administrators.
Thank you to Principal Takiba Thompson and the Warrensville Heights Elementary School staff in their efforts to build the foundation for language and literacy for our scholars. Their work makes the difference every day.