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Shout-Out to Stripes and Farmers Insurance!

Administering state assessments can be taxing, but Stripes Convenience Stores wanted to make sure our staff was up for the task! They donated delicious breakfast tacos to jump start their day. Thank you, Stripes!

Local Farmers Insurance agents also know how to spoil our students and staff. They donated school supplies and sweet treats- both of which are in high demand this time of year! We are so thankful for the generous donation; thank you, Farmers! #communitythatcares #GPPride

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Special Olympics Pep Rally

Three athletes from WCA joined 22 other athletes from GPISD to compete at the Area 2 Basketball Skills Competition at West Oso High School on March 24th. Students compete for the highest scores in 3 individual skills events; timed speed dribbling, spot shot, and wall pass. Gabriel R. and Isaac V. both received the bronze medal in their heats, and Noah L. brought home a 5th place ribbon in his heat. These young athletes will compete with other GPISD athletes on April 8th at the Area 2 Spring Games, a track and field competition, hosted at Flour Bluff High School. A pep-rally will be held in their honor at the Gregory-Portland Junior High on April 7th at 10:40am. The community is welcome to attend; we hope to see you! #WildcatPride

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Chemist from Celanese

Mr. Ken Windhorst, industrial chemist and owner of more than 20 patents related to the field, showed fourth-grade students at WCA the "magic" of chemistry. Students learned about the history of chemistry and the surprising chemical origins of common (and not-so-common) items they encounter every day. Mr. Windhorst was invited to speak as part of the fourth grade research unit focusing on careers. #STEM #careers

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Wetlands on Wheels and WCA's Oyster Farm

The Environmental Club recently hosted Jay Tarkington, a Biologist from the University of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi, to educate the club on native animal habitats and their adaptations. He exhibited his mobile museum, and also set up an aquarium for WCA to have their very own oyster farm. This farm is displayed in the cafeteria for all to enjoy and discover the role of oysters in our bays. Over the weeks to come, WCA will watch them grow, filter, and these special oysters will be released back into the bay. #TAMUCC #ecofriendly

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3rd Grade Swap Meet

As part of their free enterprise unit, third grade students hosted a swap meet. Each student became a producer by creating homemade items and goods that were in hot demand! Items flew off their shelf as they sold their goods to consumers- their fellow classmates. Profits were calculated using "University Dollars" as currency.#learningisfun #futureentreprenuers

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