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Wilson Coin Challenge
Oct. 29-Nov. 2 We're asking students to bring in loose change to support Scholastic's All for Books. Scholastic will match our donations with books donated to national charities. Donations will also support our school library. Mrs. Dalrymple and Mr. G will be dressing up as a fairy and a gnome in support of the challenge. The class that brings in the most donations will share the unicorn food guessing game treat!
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Book Fair
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Grandparents Day
Wilson Elementary kindergartners will be hosting Grandparents Day on October 26, 2018 from 10:15 - 10:45
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principal's corner

October 2018


Fall has arrived and we are well on our way to another great school year. We started out with a wonderful turn out for Open House on August 30th. It was great to see so many families here to meet teachers, bring supplies, and visit the various tables. Students came back ready to learn and quickly got back into the routine. We have been fortunate to have nice weather and thus able to get students outside for recess daily. It will start to get a little cooler, so remember to send students with the appropriate attire for recess. We will continue to go outside everyday as long as it is not colder than 16 degrees. Our PTO hosted a Fall Social this year. We were very pleased that so many of our community members could join us. We are very thankful for all of the wonderful donations that we received. We had plenty of apple cider that was donated by numerous parents and staff. The donuts were graciously donated by "Pearls Pastry Shoppe" and the Shaw family. We have had some concerns with student drop off in the morning. Please remember to follow the drop off procedures that we have had in place for the past couple of years. No cars are permitted in the bus loading zone from 7:15-8:00 am and from 2:15-3:00 pm. All students that are being dropped off by parent/guardian need to enter the parking lot through School Street from County Route 177. We have had amazing help in our morning procedures. Our new Assistant Principal, Tony Gianfagna, has been out front making sure that vehicles do not drive up the main driveway. Our crossing guard, Mrs. Eibert, greets the students with a cheery smile and assists them with crossing safely. When you enter School street and follow our drop off procedures, our students are met by Mrs. Caprara. She makes sure that the students enter the building and will keep our drop off traffic flowing. We appreciate all of the help in making our morning drop offs as safe as possible. Be sure to check out the dates to remember as we have a number of important events coming up this fall that include Columbus Day, Parent - Teacher conferences, Veterans Day, and Thanksgiving break. Enjoy this beautiful Fall! Rebecca Dalrymple & Tony Gianfagna