Wilder Blast

Volume 2, Issue 1

FROM THE PRINCIPAL

Wilder Family,


We have successfully completed one week of school. Thank you for your patience and grace as we navigate the beginning of the school year. Our team is pumped to start school with 5 days of in-person learning and a focus on growing. As always, we value your partnership in making your child's education the best.


This update of the Wilder Blast includes information about:

-New Team Members

-PAT Information

-Now Hiring Positions

-Counselor Welcome Letter

-Open House Information


It is a great time to be a Wildcat!


Adam Bax

Principal

Welcome New Wildcat Team Members

PAT Information

If you have a child that is not currently school age, SPS provides support to children and their families through the Parents as Teachers (PAT) program. We encourage you to check them out and consider signing up for this great program. The program is FREE for families and includes many opportunities for families and their child.
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NOW HIRING @ WILDER

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We currently have two positions open at Wilder that we are looking at filling immediately. This is a great opportunity to join our team, make a difference, and ensure that we have the best team for our students.


Feel free to reach out to Mr. Bax at apbax@spsmail.org if you have any questions about these open positions.


Lunchroom Aide position (this position supports the lunchroom from 11 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)

Paraprofessional II, CSS (this position is a para position within our Autism classroom @ Wilder)


Both of these positions are currently open and we would love someone within our Wilder Family to join our team and support the learning environment here at Wilder.

Welcome From Ms. Miner

Ms. Miner would like to take this opportunity to welcome the new year and how she can provide supports possibly to your child this year. A link of the letter is included below, as well as a photo of the letter.


Link to Ms. Miner's Letter

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OPEN HOUSE INFORMATION

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IN THE NEWS

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