May 7, 2023
Wildwood in the News
We are also thankful for the opportunity to share Wildwood's uniquely special community spirit with the Greater Conejo Valley through an article recently published in the Thousand Oaks Acorn. Click HERE to view the article.
- Important Dates -
11: Spring Chorus Concert from 6-7pm
12: VIP Lunch #2
15-19: 3rd Grade State Testing
16: Wildwood ELAC Meeting at 8:10am in MPR
19: Hawaiian Dress Day and Pep Rally - All School Luau from 1:10-2:30pm
22-26: 4th & 5th Grade State Testing
23: SSC Meeting at 4pm in the MPR
25: PTA General Association Meeting from 5:30-6:00pm in MPR
25: Open House Classroom Visits from 6:00-7:00pm
29: NO SCHOOL - Memorial Day
30: GATE Egg Drop at 1:30pm
- School News -
VIP Picnic Lunch Details
Please use THIS form to pre-register for this special event. Preregistration will close at 3pm on Thursday, May 11.
School Spirit Day - May 19
At our Luau, we will be honoring 5 special staff members who will be leaving Wildwood at the end of this school year. We are thankful for their many years of service to the Wildwood community and wish them well in the next stage of their journeys.
- Hilary Calce (Kindergarten Teacher)
- Kris James (2nd Grade Teacher)
- Lauren Piper (Art Masters Coordinator and Instructor)
- Robin Cookus (PE Teacher)
- Tracy Rogers (PE Teacher)
School Site Council Members Needed
We currently have openings for the following positions on our SSC team:
- Parent Members (3 openings)
- (DAC) District Advisory Council Representative
- (DELAC) District English Learners Advisory Council Representative
- (SEDAC) Special Education District Advisory Council Co-Representative
- (GATE-DAC) Gifted and Talented Education District Advisory Council Representative
The commitment is usually just 1-2 hours per month, but the impact is significant. Please connect with me to express interest and/or learn more at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would like to have our 2023-2024 SSC team in place before our we leave for summer break.
Job Opportunities for the 2023-2024 School Year
Wildwood is currently seeking candidates for the following part-time positions for the 2023-2024 school year. If you or someone you know might be a good fit, please reach out to us to learn more or express interest.
The STEAM teacher’s primary role will be to facilitate developmentally appropriate STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) learning activities and experiences to engage and foster student interest in the STEAM disciplines. Certification not required. Contact Mr. Lynch at email@example.com to learn more or express interest.
Music Specialist for TK-Kindergarten
Wildwood has secured a certificated instructor to provide weekly music classes for grades 1-5, but we would like to provide music instruction for TK and Kindergarten as well. If you or someone you know has experience providing learning experiences in music and/or the performing arts, please contact Mr. Lynch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Birthdays at Wildwood
At Wildwood Elementary, we enjoy honoring students on their birthdays. Please know that you do not have to send treats or gifts with your child on his or her birthday. Teachers take great pride in helping your child feel treasured on their special day. If you do feel the need to send something for your child, please do not send any food items or pass them out to students before or after school. Instead, consider sending small non-edible treats (stickers, pencils, etc.) or a small class gift such as a board game, book, or puzzle with your child's name and birthday on it.
By collectively following these guidelines, our birthday students will be celebrated and the wellness of all members of our Tiger family will be elevated.
- PTA News -
May Fundraiser | Chuck E. Cheese
- Community News -
Digital Backpack Fliers
- School-Connected Organizations and Governmental Agencies
- Non-Profit Groups
- All Other Groups