WOOLWICH CENTRAL SCHOOL
April 9, 2019
The Woolwich Way
Respect • Responsibility • Honesty • Compassion • Courtesy • Quality
IMPORTANT UPCOMING EVENTS
4/12 - 6th & 7th grade return to 100% in-person/Hub learning
4/19 - 4/23 - April Vacation
4/26 - Projected date for 8th grade return to 100% in-person/Hub learning
4/26 - WCS Run Club starts; K-2 attend M/Th, 3-5 attend Tu/F 3-4pm
5/29 - WCS Run Club race 9am
5/31 - Memorial Day - NO SCHOOL
Great things are happening at WCS!
WCS received approval from the School Board to move ahead with the plan to bring back grades 6, 7 & 8 for 100% in-person learning. We are excited to have these students back with us for 5 days a week starting with 6th & 7th grade on Monday, 4/12, and look forward to strengthening the routines and structure that in-person learning requires!
MIDDLE SCHOOL HABITS OF WORK HONOR ROLL
Trimester 2 (ended 3/26/21)
Students who have earned High Honors have all “attaining” and at least one “exceeding” for Habits of Work, while students who earn Honors have all “attaining” scores for Habits of Work. Congratulations to all of our Honor Roll students!
Honors: Steven Robinson
High Honors: Sidney Cahill, Maya Delano, Lily Forrester, Aurora Leeman, Meredith McWalter, Isla Polizotto, Valerie Swenson, Charli Ware
Honors: Lilith Chandler
High Honors: Brady Chubbuck, Kendall Darling, Reese Darling, Mallory Doak, Olivia Drewniak, Olivia Forkey, Lewella Francis, Julianna Gustafson, Sadie Jamison, Ronan Lafer, Zachary Orff
Honors: Shavelle King and Kienan Letourneau
High Honors: Ambrosia Bailey, Madison Capella, Avery Doak, Ophelia Hibl, Otto Hibl, Everett Hunter, Ashton Jacobs, Wesley Leeman, Ava MacMahan, Michael Mitchell, Isabella Nguyen, Helen Robicheaw, Mya Snyder, Sadie Swenson, Olivia Warlick
WOOLWICH KINDERGARTEN STUDENTS WANTED!
We are looking for Woolwich children who will be 5 years old on or before October 15, 2021 to join next year’s kindergarten class. If you have a child who fits the bill, please call Mrs. Pratt at 443-9739 to sign up for screening. Registration will take place over the phone or via email. Paperwork packets will be sent out later this year.
SPREAD THE WORD!
Congratulations to our final two winners of the Where's the Wildcat puzzle contest- Sully from 1M and Kaitlyn from 7H!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our April virtual meeting was postponed until April 14th. Please join us virtually as we finalize plans for teacher appreciation week and learn how you can help! Zoom Link: 594 438 4333
VACATION TRAVEL NOTE
April Vacation is coming up and many families are choosing to travel. The district policy is that if you or your children are unvaccinated and travel out of state (with the exception of NH, VT, MA, RI & CT) you will need to either submit negative PCR test results to the school nurse or quarantine for 10 days upon your return to Maine before your student can return to school. Because this may lengthen students’ time away from school, we are asking that anyone who is traveling out of state please tell your teacher and complete an extended absence form. This will help inform the school that your student may not be returning right away.
The Extended Absence Form can be found on our website under DOCUMENTS and by CLICKING HERE.
The complete RSU1 District Travel Policy can be found by CLICKING HERE
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