Wildwood Weekly

October 30, 2022

A Season of Fun and Celebration

We have officially entered into a special season here at Wildwood Elementary. This past week, our school celebrated Red Ribbon Week by spending 5 days focusing on different aspects of healthy living. Our Tigers had fun playing with Cal Lutheran athletes, walking to school, visiting with local first responders, tasting red nutritious foods, wearing crazy socks to school, and celebrating with our entire school community at Friday's Fall Fest!

Join me in thanking our PTA, the Fall Fest committee, our many volunteers, and Sarah Casey, our Fall Fest coordinator, for organizing and executing the BEST FEST IN TOWN! Towers were climbed, animals were pet, games were won, adults were dunked, food was consumed, baskets were sold, money was raised, community was strengthened, and memories were made that will last a lifetime.

This coming week, we will sandwich a week of fun and learning between our annual All Grades Costume Parade on Monday morning (See details below) and a lunchtime 50's Sock-Hop on Friday. Also, please remember that there will be NO SCHOOL on Tuesday, November 1.

See you bright and early on Monday!


Mr. Lynch

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All Grades Costume Parade - Check-in EARLY

Our Annual All Grades Costume Parade will begin at 8:20am on Monday, October 31st.

ALL parents, guardians, and visitors must be wearing a badge from the front office. You will need to present your license or picture ID for this process.This includes adults who walk students on campus for drop-off.

The office will be open from 7:45am-8:20am for check-in. Please consider checking in early to help us reduce wait time.

As a reminder, student costumes must be school appropriate. Full face masks, excessive blood or gore, and any type of weapon are not permitted.

Any students who do not wish to participate in the parade will be provided an alternate activity.

We look forward to seeing you at our All Grades Costume Parade.

LAST CHANCE TO DANCE! 50's Sock Hop: Parent "Dancers" Needed

Our 50th Anniversary team is planning a 50's Sock Hop to be held during lunchtime on Friday, November 4 - our 50th day of school in our 50th year of operation. Students and staff are encouraged to come to school dressed in 50's attire for a day of fun and celebration.

We are currently looking for a handful of parents who would be willing to dress up (50's style) and join us for our 50's Dance Party in the MPR at lunchtime from 11:20am-1:05pm. NO DANCE EXPERIENCE NECESSARY - just a fun-loving spirit and a willingness to gently encourage our students to get on the dance floor.

Please contact Kristina Martinez kpadilla22@yahoo.com to express your interest and join the fun!

- Important Dates -


31st: All Grades Costume Parade (8:20am - Parade)


1st: NO SCHOOL – Professional Learning Day

4th: 50th Day of the 50th Year Celebration: 50s Dress Day

11th: NO SCHOOL – Veteran’s Day Holiday

21st–25th: NO SCHOOL – Fall Break


5th-9th: Inclusive Schools Week

19th-Jan 2: NO SCHOOL Winter Break


3rd: School Resumes

Wildwood Important Dates and Events 2022-2023

CVUSD School Year Calendar

CVUSD website

Art at Recess is back!

Volunteers needed for "CREATE on your campus"

We are so excited to bring Create on Your Campus back to Wildwood, BUT we need your help. Parent volunteers will spend morning recess supervising and assisting students create amazing recycled art projects. No art experience or skills required just a fun and helpful attitude. If you are available on Mondays from 9:15-11:00 am to help be a part of our Create team please contact Christina Arzouman at crazytina426@yahoo.com. Create will start on November 7th.

- Upcoming PTA Sponsored Events -

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Reflections Update

Congratulations to our Reflection's Art Contest Winners! The following students will be moving on to the Conejo Council Judging where we will see if they win and keep on moving forward through the contest! There will be a local Conejo Council Show in November, TBA. They will be competing against 22 other Conejo Valley Schools, so the competition is fierce!

Primary Visual Arts
Hailey Coltin - 2nd
Greta Wang - 2nd
Easton Walker - 2nd
Natalie MacClean - 2nd

Intermediate Primary Visual Arts
Grace Kritscher - 5th
Olivia MacClean 4th
Julianna Jaeger - 4th
Collette Cahill - 3rd

Primary Photography
Kai Loo - TK
Isla Fox-Hudak - 1st
Liam Akopian - 2nd
Leo Daguiar - 2nd

Intermediate Photography
Karaline Hoolboom - 5th
Evan Portilla - 4th

Sydney Cuadra - K
Benjamin Zone - 1st
Emmett Portilla - 2nd

Annie Crawford - 5th
Kelsey Morehead - 5th
Shirin Loo - 2nd

Dance Choreography:
Ruby Alberti - 1st

- School News -

Yearbook Chairpeople Needed

We are looking for someone to be our Yearbook Chair(s). The yearbook is a cherished memory for students and families. This is mostly a work from home job with an easy to use online program that is pre-formatted. The job description includes downloading photos that are submitted to our yearbook email account, uploading and organizing them in the online program, and then plugging them into the pre-formatted pages. If you are interested, please contact Christina Arzouman at crazytina426@yahoo.com.

Wildwood Website Update

We are excited to share that on Friday, October 28th we launched a brand new website for our school! This website has a beautiful new design, is mobile friendly, user-friendly and will allow us to continue to highlight all the great things happening at our school. Click HERE to access or use our URL: https://www.conejousd.org/wildwood

School Cents!

For the month of October, we can earn 10X the points for School Cents. This is a great way to support Wildwood and to start your holiday shopping!! Save those receipts from The Oaks and submit at shopandlog.com/theoaks or drop it off in the School Cents collection box at the front office. Happy Shopping!

Simply submit the receipts at shopandlog.com/theoaks, turn in receipts at the front office in the School Cents box or send a screenshot to Jen Charoenrath at (909)374-1598.

Health and Safety

It is important that all positive cases of COVID-19 are reported to the health office. If your student tests positive for COVID-19, we need to know in order to ensure we are supporting your student through their recovery. The health and safety of our student body and staff is a top priority. If you have any questions or concerns related to COVID-19, please reach out to our office.

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