Student  Showcase

Welcome to the WWPS student showcase page of the district website. On this page we will highlight the many talents of students in the WWPS. The selection of student work is sampled from all grade levels throughout the district and is a small representation of the high quality of the work done by students in the WWPS.

April 2023

PredatorPrey.pdf

WWHS Grade 11 Student ZC: completed this task as a part of a trigonometry unit in PreCalculus Honors. Focused on sinusoidal functions in the real world, ZC created equations to model sinusoids, explored a sum of sinusoids with the same period but different amplitudes, and researched an explanation for sinusoids that stabilize near a constant value.

Bailey's Self-Portrait - Desiree Antonelli

WHES Students in Grades 2 to 4: GM, MS, JC, JM, MM, ET, & OR. Our students have started their unit on Spring Animals. This is a craft and piece of writing that students paired with their chick.

Grade 7 DMS Students ML & NF: Project:  Build a Scrap-Person out of scrap wood.  Minimum 20 pieces of wood.

March 2023

Selected works from students at WWHS

Arches for the RI Home Show designed and constructed by students in Facility Operation and Management CTE pathway

February 2023

Grade 8 DMS Student SH created these images as part of her digital portfolio submission.

Grade 1 student AL from Greenbush

Matisse Shape Collage

Grade K student JC from Greenbush

Mitten Mixed Media

January 2023

LM Grade 4 WHES: Students learned how to create a sense of depth with one-point perspective.

VC Grade 1 WHES: Students created their own folk art landscapes! Students learned about foreground, middleground, and background.

WHES Grades 3 & 4: Students built coil-constructed ceramic Christmas trees in Art! Students learned clay attaching techniques (scoring and slipping). Students also glazed their artwork. When done, we added tea lights to illuminate the trees!

HK Grade K Greenbush: Animal Image

December 2022

WHES- Grade 4: Our 4th grade class has been learning about the Middle Ages in our CKLA curriculum. They learned about the lives of different groups of people, and the importance of writing using illuminated letters. These are their individual creations of illuminated letters using the first letter of their last names, as well as a few writing samples describing the lives of Lords and Serfs.

Alebrije Project

After watching the movie Coco in Spanish 3 class, around Day of the Dead (Nov 2), Students were asked to describe what their spirit animal (Alebrije) would look like, what combination of animals they would be and why.  Students were also asked to give a visual representation of their Alebrije.

November 2022

Spider Web Watercolor

Greenbush Elementary

Pumpkin Watercolor

Greenbush Elementary

Fall Foliage Watercolor

Greenbush Elementary

STEAM Night at WHES

Students created pumpkins using a STEAM Design

Still Life of a Pumpkin

Horgan

Two Point Perspective of a Cityscape

Horgan

Picture of Self as a Noble Knight

Horgan