Illustration Of Books.jpg

It's Book Fair Time!!

Spirit Participation for the Follett Book Fair 2019

Week of December 9th-13th

 

Monday:

School Spirit Day! Remember to support Driswood’s Book Fair because it helps us to get new books for our Library and wear your school spirit shirts or colors!

 

Tuesday:

Books are like Super Heros! Wear your favorite super hero t-shirt and show it off at the Book Fair!

 

Wednesday:

The holidays are for giving! Dress in red and green and think about

giving books to others this holiday season!

 

Thursday:

Wear your favorite holiday sweater! Remember tonight is family night from 4:30-7:30 and there might be a special visitor in red there to bring some holiday cheer!

 

Friday:

Pretend that you are your favorite book character and design a name tag that says who you are! Wear your name tag to school today and share your favorite book with your classmates! This will be your last chance to shop the book fair!






PTO Newsletter Clink Link Below!
Thanksgiving Turkey.png
November PTO Newsletter.pdf
Firetruck And Fireman.png
Clink link for WDVM Story!
WDVM News
Posted:  Updated: 

JEFFERSON COUNTY, W.Va. (WDVM) — First-grader Sophia Mriscin and fifth-grader Lucy Peyton, both students at Driswood Elementary School, know a thing or two about fire safety. They turned what they knew into artwork for the West Virginia State Fire Marshal’s annual safety poster contest.Their entries were among a dozen selected to be a part of the State’s Fire Marshal safety poster contest.School officials say the annual contest attracts 75 fire safety themed entries from kindergarten through fifth grade children at schools in 15 counties.Peyton is a second time winner–and, her award-winning artwork was chosen when she was in the second grade.“It’s a fun contest where we feel like we’re being a part of our community, we’re being a part of our state,” said Carly Mriscin, Library Media teacher at Driswood Elementary School.

 


2019-2020 DES Fire Safety Poster
Contest Winners!

FSP
Congratulations to the following students who entered our fire safety poster contest!
Benjamin Gonzalez-Kindergarten, Sophia Mriscin-First Grade, Olivia Hammerick-Second Grade,
Charles Holman-Third Grade, Emalee Hammerick-Fourth Grade, Lucy Peyton-Fifth Grade

App Icon
BTFEOverview 2019.pdf




 

 

Caring for Our Community DRIVE!  
When

DECEMBER 2nd -13th 

Where

DRISWOOD ELEMENTARY

PRE-K-5th CLASSROOMS 
WHY  

Giving to Jefferson County Community Ministries
Clink link for information!
caring for our community.pdf

Congratulations to Mrs. Weaver and Mrs. Mriscin for being awarded a grant of $915.03 for classroom projects from the Eastern West Virginia Community Foundation!

Outstanding Owl Fun!

1st Grade
Citizenship
at DES!

Outstanding Owl Fun!
Outstanding Owl Fun!

Way to Go 
Student Government!
DES Students and Staff Collected
Coins for Cancer!


CFC

The final total for Relay for Life donation is $1002.50!


Our Mission

Through excellence in teaching and learning, Jefferson County Schools will ensure that all students achieve academic success, value themselves and others, contribute to their communities, and succeed in a global society.

© 2018 Jefferson County Schools. All Rights Reserved.