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Weekly Update: October 21-25
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

We are gearing up for our campaign against Bullying and Red Ribbon Week. The last day that we will accept payment for the "Bullying Stops Here" t-shirt is Monday, October 21st. Order forms were sent home prior to Fall Break.

We are committed to continuous improvement as we focus on teaching, learning, and high expectations. Please encourage your child to demonstrate his/her Wynbrooke Pride every day by being prepared, respectful, involved, driven and exceptional! As a reminder, students should read at least 20-30 minutes per night because reading proficiency is a great indicator of student success.

Tardies, Tardies, Too Many Tardies!

Parents, we need your help. The importance of arriving at school on time is a part of good attendance. When students arrive at school late, they miss vital instruction and it disrupts the class, as the teacher must slow down instruction to help tardy students catch up. Our students have the same subject every morning and when they are late, they repeatedly miss the same class, which causes them to fall behind. Tardies are not the child's issue, it's the parents' issue. What is the impact of your child's excessive tardies on his/her grades? Please note, the doors of our school open at 7:00 am. The instructional day begins at 7:45 am. It is important for all students to arrive on time. Please put forth every effort to ensure your child arrives at school on time. Excessive tardies and absences will be referred to the school social worker.

The Week Ahead:

Tuesday, October 22nd

  • Principal's Roundtable 5:45 pm (cafeteria) Please join me for our first Principal's Roundtable for this school year. This is an opportunity to engage in intimate conversations with Wynbrooke administrators about celebrations, issues, and concerns.
  • Title I Parent University 6:30 pm(cafeteria) Wynbrooke Writes! Please plan to attend our Title I Parent University which will focus on writing. We hope you will come out to learn strategies to improve your child's writing which is important for students K-5 grade. One volunteer hour will be earned.

Wednesday, October 23rd

  • 9-Week Progress Reports will go home

Thursday, October 24th

  • School Pictures (Kindergarten-2nd Grade (Students must wear navy blue/White Uniform)
  • Field Trip to Yule Forest-Pre-K and Kindergarten

Friday, October 25th

  • Wynbrooke Students Team Up Against Drugs-Students are allowed to wear jeans and favorite team jersey. Jr. Beta students should wear Service Day Shirts.
  • Kindergarten-Community Helper Day
  • Field Trip to Yule Forest-First Grade

Thank you for all you continue to do to make Wynbrooke Traditional Theme School a great place for teaching and learning!

Wynbrooke: Weekly Updates October 7-11
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

We are looking forward to a productive week of teaching and learning. We ask that you read the highlights below and plan accordingly:

School Clinic Supplies:

We are happy to welcome our new School Nurse, Ms. Mundle, who joined our team last week. We’d like to thank Ms. Harris-Reed, Mr. Brunson and Ms. Blow who have assisted in the clinic for the past two months of school. Our school clinic is in need of several items to assist in the care of our students. Please see the list of needed items below. If you would like to donate, be sure to send these items directly to Mr. Gunter in the Parent Center, labeled with your child’s name/teacher to earn volunteer hours based on the donations received. Thanks in advance!

  • Alcohol
  • Peroxide
  • Alcohol Wipes
  • Facial Tissue
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Paper Cups (3-5 oz)
  • Cotton Balls and Swabs
  • Gloves
  • Band Aids (Different Sizes)
  • Rolled Gauze
  • Feminine Products (Sanitary Napkins)
  • Socks/Panties/Undergarments (Variety of Sizes-Boys and Girls)
  • Thermometer Covers
  • Ziploc Bags (Different Sizes)
  • Clorox Wipes/Spray

Thank You One Power House, Inc!

We’d like to give a big shout out to Ms. Demi with One Power House, Inc. who recently donated many wonderful items to our students and teachers. We sincerely appreciate your generosity and extensive support of our school community!

Are you on Infinite Campus?

If you have not already done so, please sign up for Infinite Campus so you can monitor your student’s grades, attendance, and tardies. Contact the front office for assistance at 678-676-5002.

Tardies, Tardies, Too Many Tardies!

The number of students who arrive after our school day begins is becoming extensive. Arriving late makes for a difficult start to the school day for everyone but most importantly, it is an interruption to the instructional day. Remember, our doors open at 7:00 am and our school day begins promptly at 7:45 am. It is critically important for ALL students to arrive to school prior to this time. If you do not see staff members at our doors to receive students, it is not safe for you to leave your child at an entrance that is unsupervised. Families with excessive tardies will be referred to our school social worker. Please see the Student/Parent Handbook for additional information.

DCSD Fall Break

Keep in mind, all DCSD schools will be closed Thursday, October 10th-Monday, October 14thfor Fall Break. We look forward to our students returning to school on Tuesday, October 15th. Be safe and enjoy!

ASEDP Payments-Week October 15th-18th

Since school will be closed on Friday, October 11th, tuition for the week of October 15th-18th will be accepted on Tuesday, October 15th without late fees.

Wynbrooke: Weekly Updates September 23-27

Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

We appreciate the many parents and grandparents who attended our Grandparents Day Luncheons last week!  Please take time to review the weekly highlights below and plan accordingly.

Tuesday, September 24th

  • English Language Learners Parent Meeting 3:00 pm
  • Early Intervention Program Parent Meeting 5:15 pm
  • Discovery Parent Meeting  6:00 pm
  • Annual Title I Parent Meeting 6:30 pm

Thursday, September 26th

  • Parent-Teacher Conference Night 3:15 pm-5:15 pm (To request a conference, be sure to make contact with your child's teacher to schedule.)
  • JEL/YLE Induction 6:30 pm

Saturday, September 28th

  • PTA Fall Festival 12:00 pm-5:00 pm

Please plan to attend the annual PTA Fall Festival that will take place on Saturday. There will be vendors, food, bounce houses, and much more. Tickets are on sale now. Come out and be a part of the fun!    

Thank you for your continued support of Wynbrooke Theme School!

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