Wolfsville Elementary News
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April Calendar of Events
Monday, April 2: No School- Spring Break
Wednesday, April 4: Jump Rope for Heart during PE Classes
Thursday, April 5: 10:00 AM Cub Time, Carson Reading Room
Friday, April 6: 7:30 AM All Pro Family Breakfast, Cafeteria
Monday, April 9: Race for Education 9-11 AM
6:00 PTA Executive Board Meeting
Tuesday, April 10: No School- Teacher work day
Wednesday, April 11: Term 4 Begins
4-7 PM Family Night at the Book Fair, Media Center
Thursday, April 12: Book Fair purchase for Students
Monday, April 16: Grades 1-2 Field Trip to Kennedy Center
Grades Pre-K- K Field Trip to Weinberg, 9:05-11:30 AM
Friday, April 20: 9:05-1:45 5th Grade Trout Release , Doubs Park
Tuesday, April 24: 6:30 PM Avoid, Deny Defend Training, MHS Cafeteria
We would once again like to congratulate all of our students who participated in the Reflections Program! We are excited to share that Brooke Wolbert received 2nd place, the Award of Excellence, in the Intermediate Visual Arts category at the state level! Bravo!
Special Education Parent Involvement Survey
Parents or guardians of children receiving special education and related services may have received the Maryland Special Education Parent Involvement Survey from the Maryland State Department of Education, Division of Special Education/Early Intervention Services during the week of February 1, 2018 via U.S. mail. Please complete the survey and return it in the postage paid envelope by May 1, 2018. The survey may also be completed online at https://www.mdparentsurvey.com. Please look for details in your survey packet.
Avoid, Deny, Defend Training for Middletown Feeder
The office of Security and Emergency Management staff will be conducting an informational presentations for the community regarding our Avoid, Deny, Defend methods for active intruders. The presentations will be from 6–8 PM on Tuesday, April 24th at Middletown High school in the cafeteria for all of the feeder schools.
Middletown Empty Bowls Fundraiser
Attached is a flyer for the Middletown High School Empty Bowls Banquet, scheduled for Thursday, April 12th from 6-9 PM. The proceeds directly benefit the Middletown, Myersville, and Wolfsville Community through MVPHP and the Middletown Valley Food Bank. Last year we were able to raise over $9,000 for these organizations.
Spring Book Fair
The BOGO Spring Book Fair will run during the school day from Monday, April 9th through Thursday, April 12th. We will also be hosting a family fun night from 4-7 PM on Wednesday, April 11th. Please plan to join us with your child for a fun evening of games, crafts, buy one get one book purchase and a chance to read with our resident Puppy Penny (Mrs. V's dog)!
FCPS kindergarten registration has begun! Click this link for more information regarding required documents and the registration process: https://www.fcps.org/news/980871/register-for-kindergarten-and-prek
Race For Education
Due to inclement weather our Race for Education has been rescheduled for Monday, April 9th! Our race time will run from 9-11 AM and include a snack break, student recognition awards and an official SLIMING of Mrs. Stein and Mr. Giffin as we met our $10,000 goal!
Spring Book Fair
Important PTA Update
Please consider joining our PTA to make the 2018 – 2019 school year another successful one here at Wolfsville Elementary School! There are so many opportunities to help throughout the year and it all begins with our PTA Board Member positions. We are currently accepting nominations for the open positions listed below for next year. If you or someone that you know would be interested in volunteering or you just have questions and would like further information, please contact Anita Coffman at 301-693-9462 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you again for your continued support!
President: Responsible for communication between PTA and School Admin * Produces and coordinates PTSA calendar for school year * Assists Committee Chairs in facilitating programs * Communicates with County and MD state PTAs and disseminates information from these sources * Works with Treasurer to oversee the progression of the PTA budget * Oversees monthly PTA meetings (Approx 15 hours per month, including monthly meeting)
Vice-President: * Support the President’s objectives * Help with the day-to-day operations of the PTA * Participate in executive board discussions and decision making (Approx 2-4 hours a month including monthly meeting)
Committee Chairs: Stay tuned for further announcements about our committee chair and committee member volunteer opportunities!