The Eagle Express
Wilson Elementary School 2023-2024
A Look Ahead.....
12/11-12/15: Winter Spirit Wear Dress Up Days-See Flyer Below
12/14: PTA General Association Meeting @ 3:15
12/15: ELAC Meeting
12/15: Minimum Day Schedule
12/18-1/7: Winter Break
1/8/24: First Day Back
100 Mile Club
Students need to be through the gate by 8:45 in order to be on time for school. Traffic builds up quickly, so please plan accordingly.
Please help us with a smooth arrival by pulling all the way to the top of the circle. This helps us unload many students at one time. Please make sure to stay in your car at all times. If you need to help your child get out of the car, please park in order to help the circle continue to flow.
The bus circle (the circle with the flag pole), is for busses only.
We appreciate your help and support to ensure a safe and quick drop off.
No Early Outs
Volunteers help foster stronger school-community relationships by creating common ownership in the success of our schools. Not only is the education and safety for our students our focus, but also your safety as a volunteer. Review the following district procedures on volunteering: Volunteering applicants for less than four hours per week (on average, over a four-week period): Complete the Volunteer Application form.
Wilson Solar Project
Please click the link below for more information on the District-wide solar projects.
No Food or Drink on the Playground or in Classrooms (water only)
No Cell Phone/Smart Watch Use on Campus
Thank you for your support and talking to your child.
As a reminder, bottle caps pose a choking hazard, especially for children. We have seen instances where children are chewing on the bottle caps or poking holes through the cap to drink water and this has led to choking incidents. Please talk with your children and remind them bottle caps should not be chewed on and should be removed when drinking water. This will help prevent choking. Thank you.
Como recordatorio, las tapas de botellas representan un peligro de asfixia, especialmente para los niños. Hemos visto casos en los que los niños mastican las tapas de las botellas o perforan hoyos en la tapa para beber agua y esto ha llevado a incidentes de asfixia. Hable con sus hijos y recuérdeles que las tapas de las botellas no deben masticarse y deben quitarse para beber agua. Esto ayudará a prevenir la asfixia. Gracias.
It is important to know that all CNUSD issued devices (i.e. laptops) are the student's responsibility. We are speaking to our students about how to take care of their devices and ask that families do the same at home. If a student has a device that has been damaged, the fine to replace the laptop is $200.00.
If you have any questions regarding devices or technology, please visit the CNUSD website for information and assistance. Click HERE to visit the page.
The page states the following regarding damaged laptops:
"The parent/guardian is responsible for any damages or costs incurred as a result of the student’s use and possession of the device. As outlined in board policy BP8500, the Board of Education intends that technology resources provided by the District be used in a safe, responsible, and proper manner in support of instructional programs for the advancement of student learning."