Welcome Back to School Wildcats!
Both the inside and outside of our school are looking great! Huge thanks to the Wildcat families and community volunteers who came to our recent beautification day! See pics below!
We are excited for the new school year to begin!
Below is a link to our school supply list. If you need support, please don’t hesitate to contact the office.
Be on the watch for information coming to you both on email and US Mail regarding how to officially register your returning students for the 2017-2018 school year.
This letter will contain important information for registering your student at Wilson Elementary School for the 2017-2018 school year.
Parents/Guardians of Wilson Elementary School—we need your opinion!
A LOOK AT THE END OF THE YEAR!
The state has posted spring 2017 vaccination rates. Below, you will see a link to the current years data for Wilson. This information is also available in the Front Office.
April 3 Enrollment Forecasting Forms will go home, please return ASAP
April 6 Incoming Kindergarten Student/Parent Tour @ 1:00 pm
April 7 All School Assembly @ 8:30 am
The school board approved the school year calendar at their April 10 board meeting.
Following are key dates:
First day of school, September 6, 2017
Winter Break, December 23 – January 5, 2018
Spring Break, March 26 – 30, 2018
Last day of school, June 15, 2018
Planning for school calendars involves a number of considerations including meeting instructional time requirements, meeting our contractual obligations, and balancing family needs, professional development for staff, and the number of days between each semester.
View the full calendar at this LINK.
The Wilson PTA is pleased to announce the Wilson Knowledge Fair on Wednesday, March 22nd, 2017 in the school gym. The purpose of the fair is to encourage children to explore areas of interest, as well as develop skills in critical thinking, research, and problem solving. We hope that many students will choose to participate and share their creative talents and interests with the public. Every student that presents a project in the fair is considered a winner and will receive a Certificate of Participation. Each child will have the opportunity to discuss their project with an adult who will interview him/ her and provide oral and written comments. We recognize that children of various age levels need different amounts of parental involvement. The best way adults can help is to provide guidance, time, space, and support needed to make this an educational and fun experience.
Click on the link to check out the Knowledge Fair Page & access the Forms