Wilkshire Weekly

Friday, September 30, 2022

Wilkshire Book Fair

Come and shop for some great books!

Monday, October 3 through Thursday, October 6

4:30 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. (doors will not open until 4:30 p.m.)

Book Fair nights are scheduled by class. Look below for your class night to shop.

Monday October 3:

Mrs. Bloxom

Miss Greenberg

Mr. Ward

Mrs. Terranova

Tuesday, October 4:

Mrs. Heins

Ms. Amachree

Mrs. Freedberg

Mrs. Burgtorf

Wednesday October 5:

Mrs. Schroeder

Mrs. Murton

Mrs. Watrich

Mrs. Leemon

Mrs. Grabemeryer

Mrs. Simpkins

Thursday, October 6:

Mrs. Robertson

Mrs. Barrett

Mrs. Fielbrandt

Mrs. Horn

Mrs. Hampton

Temperatures Are Dropping

It's that time of year, where temperatures are dropping. Students have a recess in the morning when temperatures are still cold, so please send your child to school with a jacket or sweatshirt to wear for colder temperatures.

Wilkshire Art Gallery

Where beautiful things happen...

Picture Retake Day

Picture Day was a success! If your child was absent on Picture Day or you would like to have their picture retaken, Picture Retake Day is Friday, November 4. SMILE! You can have a retake!

If you would like to order pictures, click on the banner below. Parents can also view pictures in the Lifetouch portal. The Picture Day ID for online ordering is EVT89MG4F.

Order School Pictures Here:

Use EVT89MG4F for the Wilkshire Student's School ID or Picture Day ID

Kindergarten Curriculum Information

Kindergarten Curriculum information will be emailed to families this year on Thursday, October 6. You will receive a document with information on Literacy, Math, Fine Motor and more. Please review the document and bring questions, comments and concerns to your scheduled Parent Teacher Conference. If you have questions, please email your child's teacher.
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Guidelines for Student Illness

Colds and virus-type infections are easily passed from one student to another. For the protection of your child and others, we recommend you keep your child at home if they have symptoms of:

Fever of 100 degrees or higher

Runny nose with yellow or green drainage

Earaches that have not been treated by a doctor

Coughs that are constant

Vomiting or upset stomach


If a child has been absent due to illness, it is important they not return to school until they are:

Fever free for 24 hours

No vomiting or diarrhea for 24 hours

Haslett High School Girls Basketball Fundraiser

Enjoy a delicious meal at Culver's , benefit a great cause and feel good all over!

Your support is appreciated!

Wilkshire Website

Your source for school information.

Coat Bank

We are headed into cooler temperatures with fall/winter on the way! St. Luke Lutheran Church is opening their Coat Bank for children and families in need of warm coats. You must be present to receive a coat (this includes children), and no one under the age of 18 can receive a coat without a parent or guardian.

The Coat Bank is located at 122 S. Pennsylvania Ave. and is open:

1:30-3:30pm October 15 (Saturday)

1:30-3:30pm November 5 (Saturday)

5:30-7:30pm November 16 (Wednesday)

1:30-3:300pm December 3 (Saturday)

For more information call the Coat Bank at 517-339-9119 or 517-482-2252.

OR, contact Ms. Church by email: churchmd@haslett.k12.mi.us

Holidays In Haslett Craft Show

Saturday, Oct. 15th, 9am-3pm

5450 Marsh Road

Meridian charter Township, MI

Sponsored by Haslett Band Boosters

Free admission and parking.

For more information, click on the link below.

Interested in Volunteering?

We love volunteers! All volunteers must complete the necessary paperwork. Once completed and approved, you're good to go for the entire school year! Click on the banner above to register.