Fifty years ago the doors to Walter Douglas Elementary School opened to its first batch of students.
Walter Douglas marks 50 years with festival
Walter Douglas Elementary School will celebrate its 50th birthday Nov. 8 with a carnival for students, families, teachers and staff — both current and former.
Imagine being a boy without a home. A place to sleep for the night, yes, but no real home. Being on the move so often his belongings are carried in a plastic bag.
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Carolina Madero, 7, read to her brother Gabriel, 3, during Walter Douglas Elementary School's Read and Eat program last Thursday.
Walter Douglas Elementary School hosts monthly "Read and Eat"
gatherings where families can feed their stomachs and their
Valeria Campas, 5, and her mother, Dolores Campas, hug each other while reading the book, "El Primer Beso de Froggy" (translated as "Froggy's First Kiss").
Walter Douglas Elementary School sixth-grade teacher Laura Reddoch, far left, watches as her students view merchandise at the "Rock Shop." Jon Morales and Michael Kirchoff, pointing, both 11, pause at a table holding minerals that are for sale.
Walter Douglas Elementary School had its own version of a gem,
mineral and fossil show this week to raise money for a class
Walter Douglas Elementary School students Ashlynne Monfort, left, and Briana Garcia pause to talk with Jessalin Garcia, right, as she sells rings, earrings and more at the "Rock Shop."