Shelby County School Superintendent Randy Fuller celebrates with WES Principal Rosemary Liveoak, Assistant Principal Maria Tidmore and Assistant Superintendent of Instruction Dr. Lynn Cook, along with the faculty and staff of Wilsonville Elementary. (Contributed)

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WES recognized for performance

Published 10:01am Tuesday, September 11, 2012


WILSONVILLE – Wilsonville Elementary School received a surprise visit from Shelby County Superintendent Randy Fuller and his staff after being selected for its high performance.

Wilsonville Elementary, Helena Intermediate and Helena Middle were selected for demonstrating high performance, according to a press release from WES Principal Rosemary Liveoak.

“Wilsonville Elementary also showed great strength in achievement, as 100 percent of fourth graders scored proficient in math. Fourth and fifth grades increased the overall number of students who were proficient in math,” said Dr. Lynn Cook, assistant superintendent of instruction for Shelby County Schools.

Fuller surprised the WES faculty and staff with a celebration cake Aug. 15.

“The students and their families, along with the staff at Wilsonville Elementary School, work hard to achieve goals and meet the standard set by the state for learning,” Liveoak said. “It is this combined effort that makes success. Our students love coming to school and work hard every day to show that positive effort. Our staff is dedicated to making WES the best.”

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