Last week's many parents attended a discussion on how parents are preparing their student for high school and college. I think everyone got something out that evening. John Raftrey, the college counselor, information and his slides can be downloaded from the links below.
Also, student council is extending the Second Harvest Food Drive to this week as well. You can still donate on-line at https://bit.do/cfd19 . The class with the most donation (per student) will win a pizza party for the class. Please note that student council will not be accepting food donations this Friday.
On behalf of all the board members at WVCLS, we wish everyone to spend time with friends and family and have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Our school is a non-profit organization run entirely by parents. To help ensure an effective education for our children, WVCLS is dependent on all parents to help with the administration of the school.
Please read the following policy carefully to better understand how you, the parents, can best support WVCLS:
Traffic Duty / Security Patrol
Our classes are distributed throughout the assigned classroom building, surrounded by multiple open areas and parking lots. Maintaining a secure and safe environment is very important to the School community.
Parents share the responsibility of monitoring traffic at the drop-off zone, patrolling the classroom building, and overseeing the yard during recess throughout the school year.
On your assigned days, please remember to report to the school office no later than 6:30pm!