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Weekly Update: November 4-8
Thank you for supporting our fight against drugs and bullying during Red Ribbon Week! We have had lots of fun while also taking a strong stance. We appreciate your support of our efforts to grow avid readers by allowing your students to purchase items from the book fair. It has been great to see our boys and girls enjoying the books they’ve purchased.

 

We are committed to our students and want more than anything for each of them to experience success in school. We ask that you assist us by staying in contact with your child’s teacher, checking Infinite Campus to monitor grades as well as missing assignments, encouraging your student to read in addition to homework assignments, monitoring the completion and submission of homework, and coming to school prepared to engage in learning. Together, we are certain that all students will soar to new heights!

 

Please help us keep our campus safe! Each day I am receiving calls and emails from parents who are concerned with the way in which many of our parents are conducting themselves on our campus. The speed, going against the flow of traffic, and failure to follow the protocols we have established will result in an accident or injury to students or our staff members who are on duty. Please, please, please, be courteous, be cautious and be concerned for ALL Wynbrooke students, not just your own child. Thank you in advance for keeping Wynbrooke a safe place for all stakeholders.

 

As a reminder, school will be closed for students on Tuesday, November 5th for a Professional Learning Day.

 
Wynbrooke: Weekly Updates Oct 28-Nov 1
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

We have a very busy week ahead! Please take time to review the highlights below so that you can plan accordingly.

Red Ribbon Week:

We are looking forward to acknowledging Red Ribbon Week which is the time of the year that we celebrate the fight against drugs and bullying. Several activities may invite students to dress outside of the regular uniform.  Monday, October 28th is wear a red shirt with uniform bottoms and wacky socks.Please take time to visit our website to see how we will celebrate throughout the week. Click on “Friends don’t let friends bully or do drugs.”

Scholastic Book Fair:

The PTA will sponsor our Fall Scholastic Book Fair Monday, October 28th-Friday, November 1st. We hope you will support our desire to grow avid readers and allow your students to visit the Media Center to purchase books at the book fair which opens at 8:00 am.

Picture Day, Tuesday, October 29th:

On Tuesday our PreK, K, 3rd-5th and MOID classes will take school pictures. All students must be dressed in the navy blue and white school uniform.

Target Time Tutorial will be held on Tuesday (29th) and Thursday (31st) from 7:15 am-7:55 am. All students invited to participate must report to tutorial no later than 7:20 am in order to participate.

The DCSD Title I Parent & Family Engagement Conference is scheduled for Saturday, November 2nd 10:00 am-2:30 pm. This event will be held at the Robert Freeman Administrative Complex-1701 Mountain Industrial Blvd. Stone Mountain, Georgia. A flyer will available on our website. 

Birthday Celebrations and Class Parties

As stated in the Student-Parent Handbook, any celebration for birthdays must take place during the lunch period and must be limited to cupcakes ONLY. Parents cannot bring cakes, ice cream, goody bags, juice boxes, pizzas, etc. By no means will instructional time be used for birthday celebrations, class parties, etc. that have NOT been authorized in advance by a Wynbrooke administrator. Any parent bringing items for any celebration outside of the lunch period will be turned away and not allowed to distribute to the class. Thank you in advance for supporting our commitment to protecting instructional time for all students.

There will be NO SCHOOL on Tuesday, November 5th for students. This day has been designated as a Professional Learning Day for all DCSD Teachers.

We are looking forward to an exciting week!

 
October 23 Updates
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

Please take a moment to read a few mid-week updates and reminders.

Picture Day:

As a reminder, 1st and 2nd-grade students will take school pictures on Thursday, October 24th.

All students should wear their navy blue & white school uniform. All other grade levels (Pre-K, Kdg, 3rd-5th) will take pictures on Tuesday, October 29th.  

Target Time Tutorial:

Target TIme Tutorial will be held every Tuesday and Thursday for students who have been invited to participate.

Tutorial begins promptly at 7:15 am. Students are not allowed to enter tutorial sessions after 7:20 am and will be redirected to the grade level holding room.

Cooler Temperatures:

The weather is changing, so it’s time to purchase sweaters, jackets and coats. Per our uniform policy, these items must be solid navy blue. Be sure you label your child’s items with his/her name.

Progress Reports & MAP Scores:

9-Week Progress Reports were distributed today and MAP Score Reports will be sent through Thursday Couriers tomorrow. Please contact your child's teacher if you have questions.

Red Ribbon Week Kick-Off:

To kick off Red Ribbon Week which begins on Monday, October 28th, Wynbrooke students will "team up against drugs" on Friday, October 25th! Students are invited to wear jeans with a jersey or Wynbrooke Spiritwear. A schedule of the exciting events planned by our counselors was sent home prior to fall break. However, the focus for each day will be posted on our website so you and your child can plan ahead.

Have a wonderful evening!

 
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