Sunday, January 9-Newsletter for the Wilder Community
Welcome to Week 17!
Hello Team Wolverines,
We had a wonderful (short) week 16 and welcomed students back from winter break. I am extremely proud of our teachers and staff as they reviewed school rules and classroom routines. Our students were ready to jump right back into instruction. We also had several central office staff members to serve as guest teachers in our building. We are so thankful for Team Henrico!
Looking forward to 5 full days of learning! Have a great week!
Day 1/Day 2 Schedule for Week 17
Weekly COVID Cases 1/6-1/7
Spirit Night @ The Salty Pig
Support Wilder by having a delicious dinner at the Salty Pig Smokehouse from 4-9pm on Jan 12! Whether you are having dine-in, take out, or delivery, let them know you're with the Wilder PTSA and a portion of the proceeds will come back to our school. https://www.saltypigrva.com/, 9502 Chamberlayne Rd
Shop the Wilder PTSA Store
The Wilder PTSA now offers special deals in our online store that benefit our school and offer value to our PTSA members at the same time! Check out the new Featured Products section! We're starting out with coupons for subscriptions to Babbel. Go to
It is important that students attend school each day and arrive on time to ensure they are receiving all of their instruction. Please see below for important information regarding attendance.
· School starts at 8:05 each day. Students are considered tardy if they arrive at 8:30 or later.
· Notify the school by calling the front office at (804) 515-1100 if your child will be absent from school. If we are not notified of an absence, your child will be marked absent unexcused automatically.
· Our attendance team regularly monitors student attendance. Families of students with five or more unexcused absences will be required to meet to develop a support plan for attendance.
· If there is anything we can do to support your efforts in making sure your child is at school every day, please reach out to your child’s school counselor or our Family Advocate, Mrs. Clarke!