Whee Teach Serves Jackson County

wheeteachWhee Teach, a student organization for teacher education majors, put in over 600 hours of service this year. On May 5, 2018 they served at Bridges to Peace Family Fun Day. Whee Teach focused on educating families on the impact of bullying with a focus on encouraging anti-bullying.

WHEE Teach Hosts Haywood Early College Students

WHEE Teach and Haywood Early CollegeWHEE Teach and personnel from Suite 201 hosted 43 students from Haywood Early College on the WCU campus. The students had large group sessions about majors in CEAP and small group mentoring about life on a college campus.

WHEE Teach Welcome Teacher Cadets to Campus

Murphy Teacher CadetsStudents from the Teacher Cadet class at Murphy High School came to WCU on April 28 to tour campus and learn about teacher education programs in the college. The group was met by WHEE Teach students, Jenny Stewart (Suite 201 advisor), and Veretta Pegram-Floyd (Residential Living).

WHEE Teach to hold Interest Meeting

WheeTeach LogoWHEE Teach, the living and learning community, will hold an interest meeting on Tuesday, August 19th at 7 pm in Killian 102. For more information, contact Jenny Stewart or visit their website.

Students, faculty to help build playground; more volunteers sought

Playground LayoutWCU students and faculty are among the volunteers who will help build a new playground at Cullowhee Valley School on Aug. 15-16, and more volunteers are sought. WHEE Teach and other WCU organizations are already participating. For more information, visit http://tinyurl.com/wheeplay or see the article in The Reporter.

College Newsletter for Fall, 2013 Published

The college newsletter for Fall, 2013 has been published and can be accessed here: http://goo.gl/X3rTLl