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  • End-of-Year Visits

    As we come to the end of the school year, we want students to have the opportunity to see their teachers one last time before summer vacation! Parents can drive up on the bus port during the designated date and time, and teachers will distribute student belongings as students remain in the car. Please bring any textbooks, library books, and anything else that belongs to the school. Refer to the schedule below to find your family's time to visit.

    Yearbooks gifted to each student will also be distributed during this time. All family yearbooks will be given to the older/oldest child. Know that when you are picking up items for your little ones, the yearbooks will not be with their things. All older children will be given the PTO yearbook gift and all additional orders. There are a limited number of additional books available for $10 on a first-contact, first-served basis. Let Mrs. Brown know ASAP if you are interested.

    End of Year Schedule for Distributing Student Belongings

    Thursday, May 28th

    Kindergarten 8:30-9:30

    1st grade 9:45-11:15

    2nd grade 11:30-1:00

    3rd grade 1:15-2:45

    Monday, June 1st 

    4th grade 8:30-10:00

    5th grade 10:15-11:45

    6th grade 12:00-1:30

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  • Sixth Grade Spotlights


    Sixth grade graduate Jaley McCall's best memory at Williamsburg Elementary was Mrs. Brown's third grade class, because she always made things fun. Jaley also enjoyed serving as a Student Council member her third grade year. Her favorite field trip was the fourth grade trip to Harrisburg and Hershey, during which she met Pennsylvania Senator Judy Ward. Jaley's advice to elementary students is to "be kind, work hard, and please wash your hands!" Best of luck, Jaley!


    While Aiden Blazier did not have the opportunity to join his classmates on any field trips at Williamsburg Elementary, his favorite field trip at his previous school was to DelGrosso's Amusement Park. He advises elementary students to do well, and he is looking forward to playing junior high football as a seventh grader next year. Way to go, Aiden!


    Sixth grade graduate Kaeden Houser's favorite elementary field trip was to the Gettysburg battlefield in fifth grade. His best memory was getting Jaw Breaker pops on the Gettysburg trip with his friend Ricky and trying to finish them before returning to school. Kaeden is looking forward to the new teachers he'll have next year at the high school, and he advises elementary students to take their time with their school work. Congratulations, Kaeden!


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  • Yearbook 2019-20

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  • ATOMS2020

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  • First Grade STEM Lesson, Zoo Style!

    Watch the video below to see how some of our first grade students are working on their STEM skills through virtual learning. Enjoy a visit to The Great Zoo of Kaidence and Tucker!


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  • Another Trip To Pleasant View Farms

    This week, Mrs. Metzler will show you the milking process at Pleasant View Farms. Enjoy your visit and keep showing that Blue Pirate spirit!


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  • Virtual Farm Tour Hosted by Mrs. Metzler!

    In this week's check-in from Mrs. Metzler, she will show you how young dairy calves are cared for at Pleasant View Farms. You may view the video by clicking the link below. Enjoy your visit and keep working hard!

    farm tour

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  • Good Morning from Mrs. Metzler!

    Mrs. Metzler, Williamsburg Elementary School Principal, checks in with students and families as we enter week three of being away from school. Watch her message by clicking the video link below.

    Metzler Video

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  • Kindergarten


    Kindergarten Registration for children entering school for the 2020-2021 school year has been postponed. Parents and guardians will be contacted by school staff to reschedule when a new registration date is established.

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  • PBIS Program

    "Little Blue Pirates are respectful, responsible, and ready." These are the expectations for our new school-wide positive behavior system. Our goal is to encourage every student to display these behaviors in all places of the school, including the classroom, cafeteria, restroom, playground, hallway, and bus. Students can earn "Treasure Tickets" from their classroom teachers, special teachers, education support staff, secretary, cafeteria staff, custodians, and bus drivers. At the end of the month, students may use their tickets to purchase prizes or participate in special activities.

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