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What does WES stand for?

WES stands for Washington Elementary School (Visalia, California)

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2011 Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Awards Finalists David Conn - Mount Washington Elementary School, Baltimore City Public Schools Without hesitation, David Conn eagerly assumed the project manager role at Mount Washington Elementary School when the school was granted the golden opportunity to expand sixth, seventh, and eighth grades to its prek-5 program.
Willakenzie and Washington elementary schools, Eugene: Closed in 2004.
Mineta San Jose International Airport has completed its Acoustical Treatment Program (ACT) in Washington Elementary School and Sacred Heart Nativity School in San Jose.
Washington Elementary School District goes solar with SurePath([R]) SSA PHOENIX -- Tioga Energy, a leading provider of renewable energy services to commercial, government and non-profit organizations, today announced the completion of a 961 kW solar energy project for two sites in the Washington Elementary School District (WESD).
2011 Comcast Parent Involvement Matters Awards Semifinalists Rosalie Knippenberg - John Humbird Elementary School, Allegany County Public Schools Ruth Lurz - Jessup Elementary School, Anne Arundel County Public Schools David Conn - Mount Washington Elementary School, Baltimore City Public Schools Becky Karatzas - Sandy Plains Elementary School, Baltimore County Public Schools Janet Cratty - Huntingtown High School, Calvert County Public Schools Lisa Lednum - Federalsburg Elementary School, Caroline County Public Schools Vicki Mahr - Westminster West Middle School, Carroll County Public Schools Linda Hamdy - Holly Hall Elementary School, Cecil County Public Schools Latrina Carr - J.
In 2004, Eugene's Ida Patterson and Washington elementary schools closed a week early to make way for the new Cesar Chavez and Bertha Holt elementary schools, and in 2006 Cal Young Middle School students missed a few days for the same reason.