Wolf's Crossing Elementary School

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April 2017

Dear Parents and Guardians-

Welcome back from Spring Break!  I hope everyone had a wonderful and relaxing time during your time off.  Warmer weather is finally upon us! I know the students are excited to get outdoors!

We are wrapping up the PARCC state assessment with the students in grades third through fifth grades. Results from this testing will be available to you next fall.  A huge thanks goes out to our students for doing a great job during the assessment window.  

This first week back we have an author visit for our 2nd-5th grade students. Author, Jeffrey Brown will be here on Wednesday, April 5th to share his books with our students.

The Science Fair sponsored by PTA was moved to Thursday, April 27th.  There is still time to enter a project for this event. The fair will be held in the gym that evening beginning at 6:00 P.M. Please check the PTA website if you are interested in registering a project or just interested in coming to view the final projects, all are welcome!

We are having “Breakfast with Books” to kick off the opening of our book fair on Friday, April 28th.  The doors open beginning at 7:45. You and your child can join us for a light breakfast in the gym and then browse the book fair.  Breakfast with Books will run from 7:45-8:30.  

For the month of April there are several key dates to remember-

District Wide Institute Day with NO students in attendance Thursday, April 13th

No School on Friday, April 14th in observance of Good Friday

No School on Monday, April 17th

As we wind down the year, please continue to work with your child’s teacher so they may end the year successfully!  Strong partnerships between home and school make our students great!

If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact us through e-mail or through staff individual phone extensions.

Best Regards,

Allison Sulkson and The Wolf’s Crossing Staff




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