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Homework is an integral part of the instructional program at Wynbrooke. It may consist of activities such as make-up work, meaningful projects, reading, writing, completing a web-based or class assignments. Homework is intended to encourage independent study habits; to develop responsibility and self-discipline, and to reinforce what students have learned in school. The purpose of homework is to provide additional practice that will lead to mastery of grade level standards. At Wynbrooke, homework is required for all students Monday through Thursday and may be assigned on Fridays at the teacher’s discretion.

To help students be successful, parents should:

  • Make sure your child’s homework is fully completed. If your child does not understand a concept, please attach a note for the teacher to review.
  • Remember, in DCSD homework is weighted 45% of your child’s grade in each subject. Poor performance or failure to turn in homework assignments will have a negative impact on his/her overall average.

The following is a schedule of the amount of time your child should be spending on homework:

  • Pre-K- 15 minutes
  • Kindergarten & First grade -30 minutes
  • Second & Third grade -1 hour
  • Fourth & Fifth grade -1½ hours

Do you have access to Infinite Campus?

Infinite Campus is our student information system that can be used to monitor your child’s progress in core subjects. You can log in to check grades, monitor missing assignments, etc. If you have not already done so, please contact the front office to determine how to set up your account. This is an EXCELLENT resource!

Progress Reports for the 9-week window and course syllabi will be distributed later in the week.

Great News! Our PTA Fall Carnival is coming soon!

We are looking forward to our Fall Carnival which will be held on Saturday, October 27th 1:00 pm-5:00 pm. Please visit our website to learn how to purchase tickets this week. This is an event your child will not want to miss!

Calling All Dads!

We are in need of parent volunteers who can assist with assembling bookshelves for our book room. If you have any availability Monday-Friday between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm, we could really use your assistance. Please see Coach Gunter or Mr. Champion for more information.

We are looking forward to a great week with our students!

J. Sumler-Faison, Principal

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Posted Monday, October 15, 2018
Join Us For Our Annual
Wynbrooke Theme School
Saturday, October 27, 2018 Time: 1p.m. – 5p.m.
Fun for the entire family!
Enjoy food, activities, games, vendors and much more!
Parents can earn volunteer hours for this event.
Vendor space and parking for trunk or treat participants are available, email event coordinator for details about these opportunities wpta.president1@gmail.com 
Advance Ticket sales begin Oct 1st -Oct. 22 nd (Please send correct change only)
Adult admission is FREE
Return sealed envelope with payment :(Cash, Check, or Money Order) to your child’s homeroom teacher or place it in the blue PTA Mailbox located outside the cafeteria. Include student name, homeroom teacher name, grade, and the number of student/non-student arm bands being purchased.
Payments will also be accepted via Credit Card at https://www.ptavenue.com/login.asp our organization code is: WTSPTA.
$7- advance tickets, $10- at the entrance
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Posted Monday, October 8, 2018
Parents and community members,
You are invited to participate in the Words Not Hands: DCSD Families Against Domestic Violence forum held on Wednesday October 10th at 7:00 PM in the Robert R. Freeman AIC Auditorium located at 1701 Mountain Industrial Boulevard, Stone Mountain, GA 30083.
This forum will feature a panel discussion that will give real answers to tough questions; survivor testimonies; round table discussions; and professional resources from Student Support Services, advocacy agencies, and local shelters.
Words Not Hands. October 10th. 7:00 PM. Click here for more information.
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Posted Sunday, October 7, 2018
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

Progress Reports for the 4.5 Week Window were distributed today.

As a reminder, the Discovery Parent Meeting  (5:30 pm) and the Early Intervention Program Parent Meeting (6:00 pm) will be held on Thursday, September 20th in the Computer Lab. If you received notification about your child’s participation in one of these programs, please plan to attend.

Our Annual Title I Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, September 25th at 6:00 pm. We’d love for you to come out to learn more about Title I and the support Wynbrooke receives for our students.

Great news, school pictures will be taken next week. On Tuesday, September 25th  Pre-K-2nd students will take school pictures and 3rd-5th students will take pictures on  Thursday, September 27th . Don’t forget that students should be dressed in their blue and white uniform.

Our first Principals Roundtable will be held on Friday, September 28th at 12:00 pm.

We’d like to give a shout out to Mr. Sinclair, a Wynbrooke Parent, who has been extremely helpful with restoring our outdoor classroom/school garden! We still need a few volunteers this week to assist in this area of our campus. If you love gardening and have time to spare, we would love your assistance. Please see Ms. C Morris in the Science Lab for more information.

Please visit our website for additional updates!

Enjoy Your Evening!

J. Sumler-Faison, Principal

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Posted Wednesday, September 19, 2018
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

Thanks to all parents who supported last week’s events! Grits and Grandparents was well attended and the Book Fair was a huge success! We also had a blast at our Spirit Night at the All American Skating Rink on Friday. Let’s not forget our dads who attended the Purpose Driven Dads Summit on Saturday. We are incredibly thankful for our parents and the support you provide to our school!

We are looking forward to celebrating our students who will be inducted into Jr. BETA on Tuesday, September 18th. Congratulations to our 4th and 5th-grade scholars!

Please be aware that 4.5 Week Progress Reports will be distributed to students Wednesday, September 19th. Parent-Teacher Conferences will be held on Thursday, September 20th 3:15 pm-5:15 pm. Feel free to contact your child’s teacher to request a conference. Notices will also be sent home on Monday.

If you have not signed up to gain access to Infinite Campus, our student information system which allows you to monitor grades, attendance, etc., we strongly encourage you to do so. Feel free to contact the front office for more information.

Be sure to visit our school website for additional information and upcoming events!

We are looking forward to a great week with our students!

J. Sumler-Faison, Principal

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Posted Sunday, September 16, 2018
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

We have hit the ground running into our 3rd week of school! Please take a moment to review the updates below so you are prepared for the week ahead.

Title I Pre-Planning Meeting:

As a Title I School, you play a very important role in deciding how we allocate funding to support our instructional program and our efforts to strengthen teaching and learning during the 2018-2019 school year. We hope you will come out and let your voice be heard! For your convenience, we will meet Tuesday, August 28th at 9:00 am and again at 5:45 pm. If you have not already done so, please visit our website and complete the Title I Parent Survey. Your feedback is greatly appreciated.

Birthday Celebrations and Food Allergies:

Please be mindful that student birthdays can only be celebrated with cupcakes or small snacks in the cafeteria during the scheduled lunch period, not the classroom. This celebration should not include decorations, party favors, goody bags, or other accouterments. Please refer to page 21 in Parent-Student Handbook found in your child’s agenda planner for further explanation. We also ask that you refrain from sending fast foods, etc. due to the high number of students with life-threatening food allergies.

Arrival and Car Rider Dismissal:

Our doors open at 7:00 am. At that time students are able to go to breakfast or their grade level holding room. At 7:35 am, students are released to go to their classroom. We urge you to encourage your child’s independence and allow him/her to walk to their designated location.

Access to teachers is limited to 7:35 am-7:45 am. Our instructional day begins promptly at 7:45 am. All class drop-offs must come to an end and teachers are required to begin instruction. If you would like to meet with your child’s teacher we ask that you schedule a conference at another time. Thank you for understanding our commitment to protecting instructional time.

Dismissal begins at 2:15 pm. As a courtesy, parents are allowed a grace period that should not pass 2:45 pm. It is critically important for you to pick up your child no later than 2:45 pm because we do not have adequate staff on site to supervise students past the school day.

All parents of afternoon car riders must be registered with Kidgopher. If your child is not registered, you will be required to park your vehicle and come into the front office for sign out.

School Uniform Policy:

Take time to review the Uniform Policy that is in the Student/Parent Handbook located in the student agenda planner. Attend closely to your child’s shoes (must be solid black or solid brown) and belts, which must be worn by students in 1st-5thgrades. Remember, navy blue and white uniforms should be worn on Tuesdays and Thursdays.

Please plan to attend our first PTA Meeting which is scheduled for Tuesday, August 28th at 6:30 pm. Be sure to visit our website for upcoming events.

We are looking forward to another amazing week of teaching and learning at Wynbrooke!

Jermain Sumler-Faison, Principal
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Posted Monday, August 20, 2018
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