What's New

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    Scan Home Owl's Nest

    owl in glasses A special reading area was designed and donated by Scan Home, one of our School Business Partners.

    Williwaw's 5th Graders created a large paper mache tree for this new reading area in the library. We are grateful to The Home Depot for donating supplies for the tree. The owl is our school mascot. The tree holds an owl's nest that represents our school family. Each member of our school family, children and adults alike, contributed one piece for the owl's nest. The owl's nest also represents our diversity, and our strength when we work together as a school family. 

    Foreign Language Collection

    Williwaw Elementary's student population is wonderfully diverse. We value the need of students to be able to see themselves in books that they read. We also value keeping and making connections to first languages and culture. Thanks to donors through a Donor's Choose grant received in Fall 2015, the Williwaw Library has a new foreign language collection. We now have books in Tagalog, Hmong, Spanish, Yup'ik, Samoan, and more. They are very popular with our students!

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    Little Free Library

    Outside of Williwaw Elementary is our very own Little Free Library, which was designed and built by Hillside Rotary Club. The Little Free Library is a wonderful free resource for books for Williwaw students especially during summer months. Little Free Library logo