Courtney Genard is a board certified music therapist who has been providing weekly music therapy services for our early childhood and kindergarten students. This summer she will be providing music therapy at Leap Into Learning and is hoping to grow her business, Note By Note Music Therapy, by offering services to students who may need additional educational, behavioral, emotional or social assistance through the use of music. If you would like more information about Note By Note Music Therapy services or Music Therapy in general, please contact Courtney by using the attached information.
over 3 years ago, Mrs. Cathy Trimble
Music Therapy
Lifetouch will be at Manor on Thursday, Feb 27 to take Volleyball and 6th grade Basketball pictures. If your student has not brought home an order form, they can stop in the office and ask the secretaries for one. Please make sure uniforms are at school Thursday morning.
over 3 years ago, Jennifer Miller
8th grade night for Volleyball tonight! Come on out and celebrate our 8th graders! 8th graders will be recognized between the 7th and 8th grade games. 7th grade game starts at 4:30pm!
over 3 years ago, Jennifer Miller
Beverly Manor is looking for candidates interested in an opportunity to work in our cafeteria as a lunchroom monitor. We have one opening set to begin early in March. Please send a resume and letter of interest to [email protected] and [email protected]. Come join our team!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp
Mr. Sharp came for a visit to volleyball practice today! The girls asked if we could disguise him and make an addition to the roster. Great way to end practice on a Friday!
over 3 years ago, Miss Jewell
Getting some advice from the 7th graders.
Quite a jump serve!
Mr. Sharp came for a visit to volleyball practice today! The girls asked if we could disguise him and make an addition to the roster. Great way to end practice on a Friday!
over 3 years ago, Miss Jewell
Have you blocked out your Saturday night yet?! We think you spend it supporting our Music programs by attending the Spaghetti Dinner from 4-7 pm at John L Hensey. $7-Adults and $5-Children After all, what’s better than spaghetti and music?
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp
Congratulations to Erin Sale for placing in the top 10 at the Mason-Tazewell-Woodford County spelling bee today!
over 3 years ago, Mrs. Baner
Just a reminder, there is a Parent Teacher Club meeting this evening in the John L. Hensey library at 6:30 p.m. There will be free babysitting provided in the gym. We hope to see you there!
over 3 years ago, Jessica Sale
Just a reminder for 8th grade parents- Tonight is orientation at WCHS. Please plan for you and your child to attend. The event is from 6-9pm. 8th grade will play the first VB game tonight at Metamora so parents can take their student from the game and head to the HS.
over 3 years ago, Jennifer Miller
Threads, Hope and Love Clothing giveaway! See the flyer for details!
over 3 years ago, Hensey Counselor
Threads flyer
January Students of the Month @ Beverly Manor We are excited to announce our star students from January and their nomination reasons. I hope they enjoyed their candy bars! Emma Linn: Emma is a polite, respectful, organized, and responsible young woman. She will do anything for anyone. It is rare for an 8th grader to put aside any "social norms" and help any student who needs it. Elijah Eckart: Elijah is a kind, responsible student. He is very respectful to all staff and peers. He is attentive in class, helpful to his classmates, cheerful, and polite to teachers and staff members! Landin Ruff: All three teachers agree that he is a good choice. He is quiet and respectful, gets his work done, and is an ideal student. Jordan Phegley: Jordan is consistently following the classroom. She always does the right thing and is a constant helper in the classroom. Connor Wiese: He has great academic standing and shows model student qualities. Pierce Bernius: Pierce is new to Beverly Manor this year, and he has absolutely rocked 6th grade. Pierce works extremely hard every school day. His star test scores have skyrocketed, and his class grades reflect his dedication to his school work. Pierce asks for help when he needs it, always makes sure no one is left out, and asks for extra practice materials to take home. Even though the flu tried to get Pierce down, he won't let it! He stayed on top of all his school work and even did extra. Pierce makes me so proud to be his teacher! Julia Johnson: Julia is a very hard-working student who always gives 100%. She is the first to volunteer to help other students and the teacher no matter what that work may entail. She is a true leader to her peers and those around her. Julia always makes responsible decisions to better herself and her classmates. Austin McCoy: Austin is really good at staying focused on his school work and getting it done in a timely manner. He is always responsible and stays on top of making sure he always has everything turned in and it is his best work. He is always willing to help me out around the classroom and always is in a positive mood. He gets along with his peers well and doesn't have behavior issues with anyone. I know I can always count on him for being a good example for other students to follow. Rian McKinney: Rian is the sweetest, most helpful girl. She is always asking if she can do anything for me in the classroom. She is kind to everyone and gives her best effort on her work. Rylee Tisdale: Rylee is a hard worker and a very responsible student. She is a friend to all and always has a positive attitude!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp
January SotM
It’s 8th grade night for the wrestling team! Come on out to WCHS to cheer them on at 5:00! Student recognition at 4:50.
over 3 years ago, Jennifer Miller
Everyone at John L. Hensey would like to give a HUGE shout out to the Washington High School Jazz Band. Thank you for taking the time to come and play for us today!!!
over 3 years ago, Mrs. Jamie Wolf
fun times
Jazz Band
Having a good time
Good morning Beverly Manor Guardians, Don’t forget that parents must use the drop off lane in the morning and pick up lane in the afternoon. There is no thru traffic (short cut drop off) from 7:30-8:05. During pick up, kids should meet you in the pick up lane away from the bus pick up. Traffic jams aren’t fun, but kids are our priority so safety trumps short cuts. Thank you!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp
Congratulations to the Central Trojans! The Wildcats wish you the best of luck as your 7th grade team competes for 3rd place in state and your 8th grade team prepares for state as well. Good luck and go Washington!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp
Good afternoon District 50 Community, We strive to make safety a top priority and due to the decreasing temperatures and wind chills set to be as low as -6 degrees this evening, we will be canceling our extracurricular activities (volleyball's away game and the 5th-6th home basketball game) We understand the frustration as kids are practicing so hard, but we appreciate your understanding in promoting safety. Thank you and stay warm!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp
ATTENTION 8th Grade Parents!!!!!! Thursday, February 20th is 8th grade orientation night at WCHS from 6pm-9pm. Please make sure to attend this with your student.
over 3 years ago, Mrs. O'Neill
Just a reminder...Manor shuttle bus riders are not allowed to enter the building at Hensey before 7:30 in the mornings. There is no one to supervise students before that time. Latchkey students are allowed to enter but must report to the latchkey room.
over 3 years ago, Jennifer Miller
Good morning District 50! We ARE in session today so please don't forget to drive carefully and dress warm for this chilly day as temperatures will be higher this morning than in the afternoon. See you soon!
over 3 years ago, Mr. Sharp