MAY 2018



(See schedule below for MAP testing schedule 4th, 5th & 6th)

1 - 6th Grade Choir Concert at Timberland High School Theatre 6:00 pm

3 - Boone Trail Singers Performance in BTE Gym @ 7:00 pm

4 - 6th Grade Field Trip to Rascals Stadium, leaving @ 9:30am

7 - LATE START DAY School begins 10:20, doors open at 10:05am

9 - 1st Grade Field Trip to Big Joel's Safari, leaving at 8:30am

10 - PTA Rock-N-Jump event after school

15 - 6th Band Concert at Timberland High School Theatre @ 6:30pm

16 - PTA Papa John's Dining Out

17 - BTE Chimes Ensemble at BTE @ 7:00pm

18 - BTE Spirit Day

18 - All Pro Dad 7:15am in BTE Library

21 - PTA General Meeting @ 7:00pm in Library

23 - Field Day

24 - Field Day Make-up (in case of inclement weather)

25 - Last Day of School EARLY RELEASE @1:15pm


Parents and students have already been notified and assigned groups for various Clubs at BTE. Please note there is no supervision for students before 7:00 am. Schedules for the month of May are as follows:


Girls On The Run 3:20-4:35 pm, through May 14


Chimes Club 7:05 am

Boone Trail Singers 7:15 am (ALL members grades 3, 4,& 5) LAST PRACTICE MAY 7

STEM Club (4th Grade Only) 3:20-4:20 pm, May 15

Wolf Pup Tales 7:15 am, May 15


Computer Club 7:05 am (2nd - 5th Grades Only)


Art Club 7:05 am, May 3, 10 & 17

Girls On The Run 3:30-4:35 through May 14


Newspaper Club (5th Grade Only) 7:30 am, Friday, May 18


WE'VE EXTENDED TICKET SALES. We have about 70 tickets left to sell!!

Our Boone Trail Singers will be performing at the Cardinals game on Saturday, June 2. Our Cardinals will be hosting the Pirates; game time is 1:15 pm. Embroidered Jersey giveaway day (first 30,000 fans 16 years and older). Our singers will be performing 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' for the 7th inning stretch. Choir members had the opportunity to purchase tickets first, and now we are opening the invitation to the entire Boone Trail Wolfpup family, until they run out. We have 70 tickets left. Tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis, and there is no limit to the number of tickets you may purchase. We've filled Section 363, and we cannot return the tickets for Section 361, so we have plenty of tickets available for ANYONE to purchase. Reach out to friends and family. Great for a Mother's Day gift, or even an early Father's Day gift.

This year we will be sitting in the Left Field Pavillion, Sections 363 and 361. Tickets are $20 each, which is a bargain! Tickets are on sale in the office, see Mrs. Zytko. Cash, or checks made out to BTE are acceptable.


Click on the link to access your child's breakfast/lunch menu. It really is a pretty cool and new interactive ammenity! Has tasty pictures of the entrees as well as nutrition facts.


MAP testing begins the Week of April 16. Please make sure your child is getting plenty of sleep, eats a filling breakfast, and brings in a water bottle and a snack each day. Some lunch times may have to be adjusted to accommodate the testing window. In some cases, they may switch their lunch time with another grade level. Please refer to the schedule below as to when your child will be testing. Each day, testing will be completed by 12:30. Please try to avoid signing students out during their testing times. We appreciate your help making the testing window for students as stress-free as possible.


Monday 4/30 - Math Session 1

Tuesday 5/1 - Math Session 2 & 3


Wednesday 5/2 - Math Session 1

Thursday 5/3 - Math Session 2 & 3

Friday 5/4 - Science Session 1 & 2


Tuesday 5/8 - ELA Session 1 & 2

Wednesday 5/9 - ELA Session 3 & 4

Thursday 5/10 - Math Session 1 & 3

Friday 5/11 - Math Session 2


You have been invited by our PE Department to sign up for "Field Day 2018." Please click below to view the choices for field day and how you can help make the day memorable for our Boone Trail students.

Sign Up


A few dates and events to keep in mind...

  • Monday, May 7 - BTE Summer Reading info to go home with students.
  • Friday, May 11 - Last day for student check-out.
  • Friday, May 18 - ALL student books due and fines settled.
  • Week of May 14 - Public Library Summer Reading Program information shared while your class is in the library along with sign-up opportunity. Short video presentation.
  • Monday, May 14 - Friday, May 25 - Summer Check-out for kids with permission slips, returned books, and fines settled.
  • Field day, Wednesday, May 23 (or Thursday, May 24 make-up day), we will NOT do summer check-out. Both teachers work field day, so the library will be closed.

BONUS - - - If your students have all of their books returned and fines settled when your class visits the library during the week of May 14-18, their name will go into a 'Responsible' bag for a drawing for a few prizes. This will happen during their class time.


Please call the office before 2:45 pm each day with changes to your child's transportation. We make calls to classroom teachers beginning at 3:00 pm each afternoon. And, just a reminder, no student can simply hop on another bus to go home with a friend. Busses have student assignments and seating charts, and any changes to bus assisgnments must be approved by our transportation department, and they will notify the driver.


This story was sent to us by a parent of one of these students. It is a very inspirational story about a couple of Wolf Pups doing a kind deed, and we thought it would be nice to share with our Wolf Pup Nation.

Evey and her best friend Brookelyn have been inspired by Boone Trail’s initiative his year to raising money for 'Kids With Cancer' to an extent they have taken it a step further to raise money on their own.

On Saturday, Evey and her best friend Brookelyn organized a lemonade stand in their neighborhood to help to continue to raise funds. They raised $61 in three hours! They were visited by a few Wentzville police officers who helped support their cause and even posted it on their Facebook page to help spread the word. Below is that photo.

Thanks to Boone Trail for inspiring these girls to go above and beyond to help others. One of my many goals for Evey is for her to develop a sense of compassion for helping and serving others. I am very proud to say these girls came up with this idea themselves, made their sign, counted out the cups, served the lemonade, knocked on their neighbor’s doors and learned how to count money and make change. Saturday wasn’t a warm day to serve lemonade but these girls weren’t discouraged, and their strong determination led to people coming and buying cold lemonade for $1 to support their fundraiser.

Thanks so much for your positive influence this year in your students. It is definitely making an impact, especially on Evey.

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WSD Communications Survey

The Wentzville School District has put out a survey regarding Communication between the district and parents. If you would like your voice to be heard, please click on the link below.

Link to the Communications Survey

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