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Please join me in congratulating our very own, Ms. Deirdre Hill, Assistant Principal. She has been named a Semi-Finalist for the Regional Educational Support Professional II for the DeKalb County School District. Congratulations Ms. Hill!

CoGat testing for select students will begin next week as we have just received materials from the district office. We will keep you posted as more information becomes available.

Our Cultural Arts Night will be rescheduled for later in the school year.

We are looking forward to our first parenting session which will be facilitated by our Guidance Counselors. This session will be held on Thursday, October 19th from 6:30 pm-7:30 pm. The topic will be Talking with Your Child's Teacher. One volunteer hour will be earned.

The distribution of 9-Week Progress Reports has been extended until next week due to Hurricane Irma.

Have you ever wondered how you can help your child become a better writer? If so, please plan to attend our session, titled Parents Guide to Writers Workshop. On Tuesday, October 24th, we will hold our first Title I Parent University from 6:00 pm -7:00 pm. One volunteer hour will be earned.

We are looking forward to a great week with our students!
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Posted Monday, October 16, 2017
Don't forget Falcons Friday! Jeans w Falcons Jersey or Red/Black Shirts! [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, October 12, 2017
Good Evening Wynbrooke Parents

We hope you and your family enjoyed a wonderful Fall Break! We are looking forward to receiving our students on Tuesday, October 10th. Don’t forget students should wear their navy blue and white uniform.

We were made aware last week, that the Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement Project will begin this week. It is expected to have a direct impact on our traffic which is already a challenge. Road work will take place from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. THIS WILL POTENTIALLY IMPACT DISMISSAL AT WYNBROOKE.

Reminders:

-Dismissal begins at 2:35 pm daily. Early check out ends at 1:30 pm. Please assist us with protecting instructional time which has been designated for personalized learning.
-It is likely that bus riders will arrive home slightly later than normal. Please be patient.
-To avoid the lengthy wait for car riders, you are encouraged to use the school bus as a form of transportation. Bus route information is posted behind the Cafeteria, near the Media Center.
-During dismissal, car riders should be picked up in the Gymnasium, not the Main Entrance.
-Most importantly, please be patient, be cautious, and be courteous on our campus.
-We are responsible for more than 800 students. Please assist us with making certain EVERY Wynbrooke students gets home safely.

I will be working closely with the Project Manager as well as our Transportation Department in hopes of minimizing interruptions to our regular schedule/routines and will keep you informed as I obtain new information. Please take time to view the link below for additional information.

Rockbridge Road Water Main Replacement Project:

https://content.govdelivery.com/accounts/GADEKALBWATER/bulletins/1bb54ae

We are looking forward to a great week with our students!
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Posted Monday, October 9, 2017
Fall Break will begin for all DCSD students and staff on Thursday, October 5th through Monday, October 9th. Our students will return on Tuesday, October 10th.

Have a GREAT Fall Break!
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Posted Thursday, October 5, 2017
Please be reminded that our dismissal of students begins at 2:35 pm, 20 minutes later than normal, to make-up lost instructional time due to Hurricane Irma. Therefore, you should expect buses to arrive later. As a school, we are looking forward to utilizing this time as a data-driven “Skills Block” that will be designated for personalized learning. Help us maximize our additional time with your student by limiting any interruptions such as early check-outs, etc.

Fall Break will begin for all DCSD students and staff on Thursday, October 5th through Monday, October 9th. Our students will return on Tuesday, October 10th.
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Posted Tuesday, October 3, 2017
This is a Reminder

Effective Monday, October 2nd, our dismissal of students will begin at 2:35 pm, 20 minutes later than normal, to make-up lost instructional time due to Hurricane Irma. As a school, we are looking forward to utilizing this time as a data-driven “Skills Block” that will be designated for personalized learning. Help us maximize our additional time with your student by limiting any interruptions such as early check-outs, etc. Please take a moment to read the message provided by our school district.

Jermain Sumler-Faison, Principal
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DeKalb County School District (DCSD) will adjust its make-up schedule for four days of lost instructional time due to Hurricane Irma, following both continuing collaboration between the Board of Education and Superintendent/CEO R. Stephen Green, and focused outreach to stakeholder groups.
DCSD will take the following steps to recover two of the lost instructional days:
• The school day will be extended by 20 minutes from Monday, Oct. 2 to Tuesday, Oct. 31
• Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 7) will become an instructional day.
The district is now considering the most effective method to recover one or both of the remaining instructional days. To accomplish this, DCSD will seek input directly from its principals, parent groups and community stakeholder groups through Friday, Oct. 13.
That input will be strongly considered by Dr. Green in his final decision, to be announced on Monday, Oct. 16. Per Board policy, Dr. Green is empowered to make “scheduling changes to the school day because of inclement weather or other emergency conditions.”

DeKalb County School District (DCSD) will adjust its make-up schedule for four days of lost instructional time due to Hurricane Irma, following both continuing collaboration between the Board of Education and Superintendent/CEO R. Stephen Green, and focused outreach to stakeholder groups.
DCSD will take the following steps to recover two of the lost instructional days:
• The school day will be extended by 20 minutes from Monday, Oct. 2 to Tuesday, Oct. 31
• Election Day (Tuesday, Nov. 7) will become an instructional day.
The district is now considering the most effective method to recover one or both of the remaining instructional days. To accomplish this, DCSD will seek input directly from its principals, parent groups and community stakeholder groups through Friday, Oct. 13.
That input will be strongly considered by Dr. Green in his final decision, to be announced on Monday, Oct. 16. Per Board policy, Dr. Green is empowered to make “scheduling changes to the school day because of inclement weather or other emergency conditions.”
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Posted Friday, September 29, 2017
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