Wolfsville Elementary News
It is hard to believe this is our last newsletter of the 2018-2019 school year! Together we have many accomplishments to celebrate! Our dedicated staff and active community partners have worked to ensure that ALL students experienced success and growth in their academic, social-emotional and extracurricular goals!
We will move into next school year with the same passion for service to our students. We forge ahead with our goals and professional learning tailored to providing an individualized educational approach to each student anchored in relationships and providing relevance and rigor for authentic learning. We will continue to build on the work we have achieved this year related to our innovative instructional techniques and school structures which will expand to all of our learners.
It continues to be an honor and privilege to serve as principal of Wolfsville school! I feel blessed to serve such a supportive and active educational community. Your thoughts and feedback are important to us. I hope you will join me this Thursday , June 6 in the media center for my Parent Information & Feedback session from 5:00-6:00 PM (prior to the PTA meeting). If you are unavailable to make the designated time but would still like to meet you can call the front office at 240-236-2250 to set up an additional meeting.
I sincerely thank each and every one of you for sharing your children with us and supporting our school. Thank you for a successful and collaborative year!
Yours in Education,
End of Year Calendar of Events
Tuesday, June 4: Grade 3 Fieldtrip to ESSL, 12-2:30 PM
Wednesday, June 5: School Spirit "Summer Shade Day"
Thursday, June 6: Grade 2 Fieldtrip to Renfrew Park, 9 AM-2 PM
Thursday, June 6: Parent Information and Reflection Mtg., 5-6 PM
Friday, June 7: Field Day (Rain Date June 10)
Wednesday, June 12: 40 Book Challenge Celebration
Thursday, June 13: Dollar Day Raffle
Monday, June 17: Grade 5 Celebration (Rain or Shine)
Wednesday, June 19: Volunteer Recognition, 8:30-9:15 AM (Media Center)
Wednesday, June 19: Awards Program, 9:30 AM (Gym)
Wednesday, June 19: Term 4 Report Card Distribution
Wednesday, June 19: 2 HR Early Dismissal/Last Day for Students
Thursday, August 29: Back to School Night and PTA Picnic, 6 PM (All events are at the school)
Tuesday, September 3: 1st Day of School for Students
Staffing for 2019-2020 School Year
Next year due to retirements and staffing changes a few new faces will join Wolfsville. We will also have some familiar faces rejoin our staff. Please see below for the 2018-2019 school year staffing:
Kindergarten: Gretchen Keary
First Grade: Sylvia Macierowski
Second Grade: Mary Dawson (ELA), Michele Fogle (Math/SS/Science)
Third Grade: Becky Butler
Fourth Grade: Mary Dawson (ELA), Janet Dill (Math/SS/Science)
Fifth Grade: Ryan Oman
Math Intervention: Janet Dill
ELA Intervention: Mary Dawson
Special Education: Mandy Young (1.0), Kerry Heinze (.5) & Hillary Sizemore (.6 SLP)
Literacy Specialist: Kathleen Cassidy
School Counselor: Chris Tressler
Art: Heidi Hench
PE: Mike Jarboe
Music: Melanie Raynor
**Specials staffing is allocated by Curriculum and Instruction specialists from FCPS central office. Changes in personnel for these departments are not determined by school principals.
If for some reason anything should change to our staffing model over the summer, parents will be notified via phone call or letter of the unexpected change for your child’s teacher assignment
The HUB@Wolfsville Summer Program
Tuesdays in July: The Hub will be on field trips throughout the area
Wednesdays in July: The Hub will hold its traditional playdate at Wolfsville 9:30-10:30 AM.
Thursdays in July: The Hub will have STEM & Robotics play dates at their USMH Location from 10-12 AM with lunch provided.
*Stop by our front office for permission slips if you are interested in the Tuesday or Thursday play dates!
Kindergarten is full day and is
for all children who will be 5
on or before Sept 1, 2019.
To register a kindergartner, bring the child's:
*proof of birth date
*proof of residency
See the full news release:
Whittier is hosting Camp Invention this summer! See the flyer below for more information.
Live Registration Link: https://inventnow-web.ungerboeck.com/programsearch/moreinfo.aspx?event=25277
Summer Meals Program 2019
FCPS Food & Nutrition Services will be operating the Summer Meals Program 2019, from June 24th – August 21st. Children aged 18 years and younger will be allowed to get a free breakfast and lunch at any of the sites listed below.
- Hillcrest Elementary, Frederick High, Lincoln Elementary, North Frederick Elementary, Waverley Elementary, Whittier Elementary, Governor Thomas Johnson High, Governor Thomas Johnson Middle, Monocacy Middle
- C. Burr Artz Library will offer Free Lunches on Tuesdays & Thursdays
Breakfast is served 8:30-9:00; Lunch is served 11:30-12:30.
For additional information or questions please contact the FCPS Food & Nutrition Services Office,
Summer Reading from Frederick County Public Library
We know that reading over the summer keeps students from losing valuable reading progress made during the school year! We encourage all Wolfsville families to participate in this wonderful summer reading program from the Frederick County Public Library. You can click each link below for more information.
Summer Reading Challenge: https://www.fcpl.org/programs-events/summer-challenge
Summer Reading Booklist: https://www.fcpl.org/programs-events/summer-reading/summer-reading-booklists