The Hour of Code is a worldwide one-hour introduction to computer programming, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can do it! Popular games such as Minecraft and Angry Birds are all written with code.
Kent Girl Coders and HacKSU will be hosting an “Hour of Code” event for grades 3 and up on Saturday, December 12th from 11am-12pm in the Roosevelt High School Media Center. We want to get Kent students interested in coding by having them create their own computer game in a supportive environment.
Space is limited to 100 participants, and parents are asked to stay with elementary age children. If you’re interested in signing up your child, please use the form at: http://www.kentschools.net/code/
I would like to personally welcome all of you, students and families, to the new school year. I have enjoyed seeing you through the summer in the community, at ball fields, on playgrounds etc… but nothing beats those smiling faces walking through the front door of Walls! A special welcome to our new Walls faculty…
Kindergarten- Mrs. Hindel and Mrs. Reilly, 1st Grade- Mrs. Esten, 2nd Grade- Mrs. Roeder, Custodian- Kasey Krocker
You will also notice some familiar faces in new places! Welcome also to our newly enrolled students. Have a great year! Go RIDERS!
Heidi Singer, Principal
Attached is the school supply list for the 2015-16 school year. Have a safe and wonderful summer! supply list 15-16
Congratulations to the 2014-15 Key Maker Award winner. The Key Maker Award is sponsored by the Parent Mentor Program. It is meant to provide an opportunity for parents to recognize Kent City Schools’ personnel and volunteers that have played an important part in our student’s education. The 2014-15 awardee at Walls Elementary School was Mary Rozum. Congratulations and thank you for making a key to open the door to education to all the children you serve.