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Wynbrooke Elementary

Dekalb County Schools

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Wynbrooke's December Citizens of the Month
December - Kindergarten Citizens of the Month
December - 1st Grade Citizens of the Month
December - 2nd Grade Citizens of the Month
December - 3rd Grade Citizens of the Month
December - 5th Grade Citizens of the Month
Spelling Bee Winner
December - 4th Grade Citizens of the Month
Classroom Spelling Bee Winners
Principal Teal reading to 2nd graders
Mrs. Gordon's Homeroom with Santa Teal
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Race to Read
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Upcoming Events

Feb 1

Wadsworth In Person - Please click to sign up through link

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Feb 2

Wadsworth Session - If you signed up - Rising 3rd through 8th

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Feb 3

Wear African attire

Wear African attire 

Wear your Dashiki, Kente, or Shuka. Please remember dress code policies when choosing your outfit. 
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Feb 6

Wear Red tops with uniform bottoms and shoes

Kente Cloth Colors denote specific meanings. Below is a list of colors and their meanings: 

February 6(Monday): Red-love, sensitivity, joy, strength and leadership
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Feb 7

Wear Black tops with uniform bottoms and shoes

Kente Cloth Colors denote specific meanings. Below is a list of colors and their meanings: 

February 7 (Tuesday): Black- maturity, spiritual energy, mourning, funeral and passing rites 
Wear Black tops with uniform bottoms and shoes
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Feb 8

Wear Green tops with uniform bottoms and shoes

Kente Cloth Colors denote specific meanings. Below is a list of colors and their meanings: 

February 8 (Wednesday): Green–land, crops, vegetation, harvest, growth, spiritual growth and renewal 
Wear Green tops with uniform bottoms and shoes
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Latest News

Wolverine Update: Jan 30 - Feb 3, 2023

Wynbrooke family…this is Principal Rodriguez Teal with a few announcements… 

CONGRATS!

We want to congratulate our amazing Robotics team for their win last weekend at Super Regionals and wish them the best of luck next month at State!

January 31 – Parent/Teacher Conferences 3:30-5:45 pm

Please check with your child’s homeroom teacher to schedule a conference.

January 31 – PTA Meeting 6:00 pm

Hear important information for upcoming events and programs.

February 1 – Black History Month (Black History Month Calendar)

Please see the attached calendar for all events and activities for the month.

February 2 – P.A.C. Meeting

Principal Advisory Council at 5:30 pm via Microsoft Teams.

February 3 – African Attire Day

Wear your Dashiki, Kente, or Shuka. Please remember dress code policies when you choose your outfit.

Item Drop-offs

Teachers will be notified of supplies, or snacks dropped off in the front office. Please note that the front office cannot take money. We are trying to teach responsibility to our students and are not liable for getting personal items to students. Please make sure that your child(ren) has all items needed for the day before they leave the house in the morning.

Not Feeling Well

Parents, we ask for your help to ensure our students are safe this cold and flu season. Please see the illustration on examples for when and if your child should stay home when if they don’t feel too well. If you have any questions, please give the school a call.

Those are all the announcements for this evening…thank you and remember YOU JUST CAN’T HIDE THAT WYNBROOKE PRIDE!!   WE ARE WYNBROOKE!!

 
Wolverine Update: Jan 23-27, 2023

Wynbrooke family…this is Principal Rodriguez Teal with a few announcements… 

January 23 – Class Pictures

Each class and school group will take a picture. All students are to wear white tops with blue bottoms. If your child is in a group or club, please make sure to bring your shirt (i.e. BETA, Ladybugs). Volunteers are needed, please use the link from our parent Liaison Ms. Pou.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0E4CABAC2CA7F5CF8-picture

January 24 – CogAT Parent Meeting 6:30pm

We will go over results and explain what it all means and answer any questions you may have.

January 25 – Honors Day for 1st and 2nd Grades

Please see invite from your child’s homeroom teacher.

January 26 – Honors Day for 3rd, 4th and 5th Grades

Please see invite from your child’s homeroom teacher.

January 26 – Math Community Meeting 6:30-7:30pm

The district will be hosting a meeting at Clarkston High School for parents and guardians to learn about the change to GaDOE mathematics standards and courses for the 2023-2024 school year.

January 27 – 100th Day of School

To celebrate this day our school is going to dress like we are 100 years old! Please click here to see flyer for more information.

Item Drop-offs

Teachers will be notified of supplies or snacks dropped off in the front office. Please note that the front office cannot take money. We are trying to teach responsibility to our students and are not liable for getting personal items to students. Please make sure that your child(ren) have all items needed for the day before they leave the house in the morning.

Not Feeling Well

Parents we are asking for your help to make sure our students are safe this cold and flu season. Please see the illustration on examples for when and if your child should stay home when if they don’t feel too well. If you have any questions, please give the school a call.             

Those are all the announcements for this evening…thank you and remember YOU JUST CAN’T HIDE THAT WYNBROOKE PRIDE!!   WE ARE WYNBROOKE!!

 

Mission & Vision

The vision of the DeKalb County School District is to inspire our community of learners to achieve educational excellence. Our mission is to ensure student success, leading to higher education, work, and life-long learning. We are making this vision and mission a reality – every day, in every classroom throughout the District.

Through community forums, focus groups, listening sessions, and more, we have engaged our stakeholders, refined our objectives, honed our procedures, and formulated a robust, highly-structured yet agile and adaptive strategic plan. We are pleased with the progress we have made thus far, and excited about the future – of our District, our community, and, most importantly, the 100,000+ students who daily bring to us their limitless potential.

The District has created performance measures, targets, and initiatives to ensure success in each goal area. A monitoring and data collection process has been developed, and rigorous progress check procedures have been implemented. At the local level, on-going training sessions are offered to all principals in order to support the work of aligning, refining, monitoring, and evaluating the continuous improvement efforts of each individual school.

As a community of learners, we are committed to excellence in everything we do – within the classroom and throughout the District. This continuous improvement process permeates each aspect of our Strategic Plan, and we are honored to partner with you to make it a reality for all.