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.
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.
Grade 8 DMS Student NV: Art work was made in Chromebook App "This is Sand" Student drops sand from top of screen to create an art piece.
Grade 5 DMS Students CC & LC: use a wordless picture book to make their own published stories. This offers them an opportunity to create their own book to share and read with their friends and families.
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.
Selected works from students at WWHS
Arches for the RI Home Show designed and constructed by students in Facility Operation and Management CTE pathway
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
LM Grade 4 WHES: Students learned how to create a sense of depth with one-point perspective.
DP Grade 2 WHES: Students learned various printing techniques to create their own Autumn landscape.
KH Grade 1 WHES: Students created their own folk art landscape! Students learned about middleground, foreground, and background.
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!
WWHS Grades 10-12: Students in Sculpture 1 at WWHS were tasked with planning blueprints and building an armature of a movie monster out of found objects, covering it with plaster cast, and then adding acrylic paint.
CF Grade 4 Greenbush: Abstract Image
CK Grade 1 Greenbush: Abstract Images
HK Grade K Greenbush: Animal Image
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.
WWHS Student KR, Grade 11
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.
WWHS Student SL, Grade 11
WWHS Student DC, Grade 11
WWHS Student AL, Grade 11
WWHS Student ER, Grade 11
Student: GS, Grade 4
Spider Web Watercolor
Student AR, Grade 1
Student AS, Grade 3
Fall Foliage Watercolor
STEAM Night at WHES
Students created pumpkins using a STEAM Design
Student SV, Grade 4
Still Life of a Pumpkin
Student AA, Grade 4
Two Point Perspective of a Cityscape
Student MS, Grade 3
Picture of Self as a Noble Knight
Student IL, Grade 1
Self Portrait with Colored Pencils and Oil Pastels
Student:, Grade 12
Still Life of Glass Bottles in Colored Pencils
Slide Deck of Selected Student Work