The Wooster Way

A Peek at the Week

March 16, 2020

Our Mission


All students are treasured as we foster a continuous love of learning that promotes academic success while maintaining high expectations, a safe environment, and connections in our community.

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Gifted and Talented Information

The Greenbrier Gifted and Talented Program is now accepting referrals for students in grades 3-5. If you are interested in having your child tested for the program, please contact Mrs. Hartman, Wooster GT facilitator, More information can be found at the district webpage @

UCA STEM Institute

UCA STEM Institute is hosting four half-day Saturday STEM activities in the spring semester for 5th-7th grade students. The event is geared for girls and those who are not currently involved with the Gifted and Talented program. The cost is $55 for all 4 sessions. 20 spots available for this day. More information can be found at the link below:

A Very Special Talent & Art Show

Greenbrier Public Schools is pleased to host A Very Special Talent & Art Show, an event for students with disabilities in central Arkansas. Students age 5-21 served in an area school served with an IEP are eligible to participate and encouraged to apply using the link with the logo below as soon as possible. Paper copies of the application may be requested from the special services office. The deadline for applications is Tuesday, March 31, 2020.

The talent and art show will be held on April 25, 2020 in the Greenbrier Schools Fine Arts Center, located near Greenbrier High School at 72 Green Valley Drive. Every participant will receive an award for their performance or art entry, a t-shirt, and talent participants have the option of scheduling a complimentary hair and/or makeup session, donated by local stylists.

This year’s theme is Lights, Camera, Action, so participants will receive the “red carpet treatment.” The goal is to make each student feel like a star! Individuals interested in volunteering or donating for the show may email

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  • Parents please remember that morning car drop off begins at 7:30 a.m. Pickup begins at 3:20

  • 6 cars at a time can pull up at the colorful planters

  • Cell phones are not allowed to be used in vehicles on school campus when children are present.

  • Instruction begins at 7:50 a.m.

  • Tardy Bell rings at 8:00 a.m.

  • The Nurse CANNOT give ANY medication, including Tylenol, Ibuprofen, or Benadryl without a prescription. The prescription has to be a filled prescription. It cannot be a written script accompanied by a store bought medication.

  • We encourage you to come eat lunch with your child. Please invite only your student to the lunch table to eat with you.

Lunch times:

K: 12:20-12:50

1st: 11:00- 11:30

2nd: 11:20-11:50

3rd: 12:00- 12:30

4th: 11:40- 12:10

5th: 12:40- 1:10

Dress Code

Please be mindful of the student dress code for students in grades 3-5. Students who are in violation of dress code will be asked to change and parents will be notified. You can find the dress code in the link below.

Upcoming Dates:

*March 23-27- Spring Break

*Tuesday, March 31- 3rd Grade TAG Field Trip

Weekly Podcast: "Wow in the World"

Learner's Corner

As parents, we always want to know how our children’s day went at school. Have you ever asked your child, “How was your day?” and the answer you received was, “Fine.”? Here are some creative questions to ask your child to get them to open up about their day at school!

1. Tell me about a moment when you felt excited about what you learning today.

2. Was there a moment in class today when you felt confused?

3. What question do you have that came from your learning today?

4. Where there any moments when you felt proud of yourself today?

5. Tell me about a conversation you had with a classmate or friend.

6. What are you looking forward to tomorrow?

7. What did you learn about yourself today?

8. What did you appreciate about today?

9. What is something you learned today that challenged you?

10. Was there something you learned today that you want to know more about?

Meet Our Staff Members

Check out the Partnership Place Parent Center

    How Does the Partnership Place Parent Center Work?

    • A teacher will fill a “prescription” out for your child with their need addressed (literacy/math and skill area)
    • Find an activity or game you and your child would enjoy playing
    • Take it to the Library to check out the item with Mrs. Stevens!
    • You do NOT have to have a prescription to check out an item! Always feel free to take a look around, check out what you and your family would enjoy, and return for someone else to enjoy!
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    PTO Information

    To join PTO Remind : Enter the number 81010 and text the message @woosterpto

    Find us on Facebook by searching for Wooster PTO

    Instagram: ptowooster