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  • January 14, 2019 Weekly Teleparent

    Good afternoon Wilson students and families, this is Principal Quock with important announcements for the week of January 14, 2019.

    The PTC invites all Wilson families to join us for movie night on Friday, January 25 from 6-8:30pm in the Wilson cafeteria. Admission is free and food will be available for purchase. All students must be accompanied by a parent or adult guardian for the entire event.

    We are also looking for 4th and 5th grade students to help out during this event. If your student is interested in helping please provide your students name and information to the main office or email the PTC at Thewilsonptc@gmail.com.

    Our Lost and Found is very full. Please stop by the school cafeteria if you think you are missing items. The items in the Lost and Found will be donated to a local charity the week of January 21.

    Our next ELAC meeting is Friday, January 18. Please come to learn more about the assessments and learning programs for English Language Learners.

    Please note there is no school on January 21 in observance of the Martin Luther King holiday.  Interested 3rd through 5th grade Wilson students may want to join the Martin Luther King Oratorical Festival and Poetry Slam on January 21. The City of San Leandro is now accepting student applications for the 2019 Martin Luther King Oratorical Festival and Poetry Slam. Applications from 3rd through 12th graders must be submitted by January 14, 2019. For more information, please see the flyer in our main hallway or contact Donté Watson with the Recreation and Human Services Department at 510-577-3473.

    The week of January 22 through January 25 will be an early dismissal week due to Middle of the Year assessments. First through 5th grade students will attend 8:10-1:50. TK and Kindergarten students will attend school 8:10-11:40. There is no change in the pre-school schedule.

    Go Dolphins!

    January 14, 2019 Spanish weekly Teleparent announcement

    Buenas tardes estudiantes y familias de Wilson, habla la Sra. Quock con anuncios importantes para la semana del 14 de enero.

    El PTC invita a todas las familias de Wilson a unirse a nosotros para la noche de cine el viernes 25 de enero de 6:00 a 8:30 pm en la cafetería de Wilson. La entrada es gratuita y la comida estará disponible para su compra. Todos los estudiantes deben estar acompañados por un padre o tutor adulto durante todo el evento.

    También estamos buscando estudiantes de cuarto y quinto grado para ayudar durante este evento. Si su estudiante está interesado en ayudar, proporcione el nombre y la información de sus estudiantes a la oficina principal o envíe un correo electrónico al PTC a Thewilsonptc@gmail.com.

    Nuestro Lost and Found es muy completo. Por favor pase por la cafetería de la escuela si cree que le faltan artículos. Los artículos Perdidos serán donados a una organización benéfica local la semana del 21 de enero.

    Nuestra próxima reunión de ELAC es el viernes, 18 de enero. Venga y aprenda más sobre las evaluaciones y los programas de aprendizaje para los estudiantes que están aprendiendo inglés.

    Tenga en cuenta que no hay clases el 21 de enero en conmemoración de Martin Luther King. Los estudiantes de Wilson interesados ​​de 3er a 5to grado pueden unirse al Festival Oratorical de Martin Luther King y al Poetry Slam el 21 de enero. La Ciudad de San Leandro está aceptando solicitudes para el Festival Oratorical de Martin Luther King 2019 y al Poetry Slam. Las solicitudes de los alumnos de 3º a 12º grado deben enviarse antes del 14 de enero de 2019. Para obtener más información, consulte la información en nuestro pasillo principal, o comuníquese con Donté Watson con el Departamento de Servicios Humanos y Recreación al 510-577-3473.

    La semana del 22 de enero al 25 de enero será una semana de salida temprana debido a las evaluaciones de la mitad del año. Los estudiantes de primero a quinto grado asistirán 8:10-1:50. Los estudiantes de TK y Kindergarten asistirán a la escuela 8:10-11:40. No hay cambios en el horario preescolar.

    ¡Vamos Delfines!

    Chinese January 14, 2019 weekly Teleparent announcement


    Wilson家庭晚上好,這是校長Quock 本週1月14日的重要通訊。



    我們的失物認領箱已非常滿。如果您有丟失物品,請到學校食堂的 失物認領箱中尋回你的物品。所有未被認領的物品將於121日捐贈給本地的慈善機構。



    請注意,121日學校不上課,是紀念馬丁路德金假期。三年級至五年級的學生可參加121日的馬丁路德金演說和詩歌朗誦。San Leandro市現正接受2019年馬丁路德金演說節和詩歌朗誦的學生申請。 312年級學生的申請必須在2019114日之前提交。欲了解更多信息,請參閱我們在走廊的傳單或聯繫DontéWatson電話510-577-3473




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    If you are interested in working in any of our classrooms and our lunches/recesses, or events, our elementary schools are always looking for enthusiastic volunteers! Our schools especially need support for 30-60 minutes at a time in the classroom, during recess, and during lunch.

    Please contact Wilson's Parent Facilitator at (510) 618-4370 to learn how you can become a volunteer.


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