• School lunches

    All meals served with assorted milk, 1% or 2 %.

    MONDAY, JAN. 21

    No school.

    TUESDAY, JAN. 22

    Taco with cheese, or burrito; lettuce / tomato / corn; french fries, cinnamon roll / banana.


    Macaroni and cheese with ham, or popcorn chicken; mixed vegetables / salad; carrot sticks with dip; chilled pears / plum; homemade rolls.


    Oven roasted chicken, or hot dog on bun; mashed potatoes with gravey; blackeye peas or cole slaw; chilled mixed fruit or apple; hot cornbread.

    FRIDAY, JAN. 25

  • Williston Middle School Principal's List


    Battle, Darby

    Blitch, Joel

    Campagne, Yaneira

    Dallas, Cedric

    Faircloth, Noah

    Hadley, Julian

    Julian, John

    Lopez, Alexa

    McCoy, Madison

    Ortiz, Claudio

    Parkinson, Shelby

    Rodgers, Courtney

    Sapp, Morgan

    Spikes, Dalton

    Starke, Chelsea

    Whilden, Taylor

    Youngblood, Casey


    Baker, Makayla

    Cason, Quincey

    Colina, Jace

    Edworthy, Robert

    Erickson, Elizabeth

    Ezzell, Auston

    Geiger, Ashtin

    Olson, Heather

    Sandlin, Samantha

  • Safety Patrols congratulate winner

    The Williston Elementary School Safety Patrols congratulate Homosassa resident Clayton Williams, who won the Mossberg 12 Gauge Pump Shotgun donated by Bobby and Faye Wells of the Horse Hole Mud Bog. Proceeds from this opportunity drawing went directly into the safety patrol treasury and will be used to help defray expenses for the annual trip to Washington, D.C.

  • Gala to be held Feb. 2

    The Levy County Schools Foundation (LCSF) announces its eighth annual Superintendent's Gala to be held on Feb. 2. This year's event, "A Night on Broadway", which includes dinner and special entertainment will be held at the newly completed Williston Middle School Cafeteria at 6 p.m.

  • Engineers inform, amaze WES student 'builders'

    Aren't volunteers great?

    Thanks to the outreach program sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers, employees from three engineering firms out of Gainesville recently showed up at Williston Elementary to share about what they do for a living. Ryan Harvey (Crom Corporation), Tiffany Davies (Wilson-Miller, Inc.), Rachel Conn and Matt O'Brien (Jones-Edmunds) made PowerPoint presentations in the school media center to members of the Enhanced Learning Program (ELP), the school's program for gifted students.

  • School lunches

    MONDAY, JAN. 14

    Grilled cheese sandwich, or shrimp poppers; vegetable soup / broccoli; tater tots; chilled peaches / apple.

    TUESDAY, JAN. 15

    Spaghetti with meat balls, or corn dog; salad / green beans; beets; spiced apples / tangerine.


    Chile con carne w/beans, or hamburger on bun; green peas / celery stick with dip / lettuce, tomato; chilled apple sauce / orange.


    Roast beef or hot dog on bun; mashed potatoes with gravy; winter mix / celery stick with dip; spiced apples / orange; homemade wheat rolls.

  • School lunches

    All meals served with assorted milk, 1% or 2 %.

    MONDAY, JAN. 7

    No school.


    Corn dog, or chicken fingers; French fries / baked beans/cole slaw; cinnamon roll / mixed fruit.


    Macaroni and cheese w/ham, or popcorn chicken; mixed vegetables/salad; carrot sticks w/dip; chilled pears/plum. Homemade rolls.


    Fried chicken or hot dog on bun, mashed potatoes w/gravy, blackeye pease/cole slaw; chilled mixed fruit/apple; corn bread.

    FRIDAY, JAN. 11

  • CNA students honored

    Central Florida Community College recognized 11 students that completed the Certified Nursing Assistant program at the Levy Center.

    The CNA program prepares students to work in the health care field as nursing assistants and to take and pass the Florida Certified Nursing Assistant exam. It consists of 80 hours of classroom and lab training as well as 40 hours of clinical experience in a local health care facility. Classes are held at the Levy Center, 114 Rodgers Blvd. in Chiefland, with clinical experience taking place at Ayres Health and Rehabilitation Center in Trenton.

  • WES recyclers reap rewards

    More than 26,000 cans won't be filling up Levy County's landfill this fall, thanks to Williston Elementary School student Kanyon Arban and a handful of other environmentally conscious students.

    Kanyon, a fourth-grader in Teri Dixon's class, garnered the top prize as the top recycler for the fall with more than 10,000 cans. The recycling project, sponsored by the WES Student Council, will fund the purchase of aluminum picnic tables for the school.

  • Fifth-grader wins WES spelling bee

    Finally! Fifth grader Molly Brisendine brought home the gold at the recent Williston Elementary School spelling bee (fifth grade only). "I really studied. My parents [Lynn and Garrett] and my sister Lindsay called out the words," said Molly, a student in Tracy Kirby's class. "Wholesome" and "sensation" were the two winning words for Molly, who had competed all three years at WES and tied for first last year as a fourth grader.