Wolfsville Elementary News

April 2019

Celebrating 60 Years Of Service At Wolfsville

On Friday, March 22nd our community came together to pay tribute to our school which marks its 60th year of service. Throughout the ceremony we heard beautiful tributes to Wolfsville's service and legacy. I shared in my concluding remarks the following sentiments:

A lot can change in 60 years.

A lot can stay the same in 60 years.

As the proud principal of Wolfsville I can stand before you today and share that we uphold and honor the traditions and values of those educators and many of you who have preceded our work.

  • Love

  • Honoring the Individuality of every student's journey

  • Community

These values are cemented into the foundation of the building in which we stand today and also within our hearts. It is who we are and how we serve.

As we forge into the 21st century and the next 60 years our students education may look a bit different, but we know, love and teach EVERY child.

A lot can change in 60 years.

A lot can stay the same.

Thank you to our current staff members for all of their planning and preparation to ensure the celebration was a perfect tribute to our special school! We also were so fortunate to have guest speakers and honored guests as Dr. Alban, Pastor Robert Snyder and Marlene Young. Many former Wolfsville principals, students, and teachers accompanied us as well as our cherished community members. I appreciate you all and your continued contributions to our school.

Here's to the next 60 years!

Megan Stein


April Calendar of Events

Monday, April 1: 5th Grade Panoramic Photo, 10:30 AM

Thursday, April 4: Dollar Days

Friday, April 5: Schools Closed, Teacher Work Day

Sunday, April 7: Chipotle Fundraiser, 4-8 PM

Wednesday, April 10: Spring Program - Grades K, 1, & 2, 6:30 PM

Wednesday, April 10: Book Fair Family Night, 4-6:30 PM

Friday, April 12: All Pro Family Breakfast, 7:30 AM

Tuesday, April 16: Term 3 Report Cards Distributed

Wednesday, April 17: School Spirit "Class Color Day"

Thursday, April 18 through Monday, April 22: Schools Closed, Spring Break

Tuesday, April 23 through April 25: PARCC Testing - Grades 3, 4, & 5

Friday, April 26: Grade 3 & 5, Trout Release Fieldtrip

News from The HUB@Wolfsville

The robots have arrived! All community members with children ages 0-4 and a parent guardian are invited to join in on the fun! Our Hub students will enjoy robotics exploration during The Hub@Wolfsville classes 9:30-10:30 AM on the dates of April 3 ,9, 10, 12, 16, 17, 23, 24, 26, 30. We look forward to seeing you!

Kindergarten Registration


Registration for

Fall 2019

Began Monday, March 18

Kindergarten is full day and is

for all children who will be 5

on or before Sept 1, 2019.

To register a kindergartner, bring the child's:

*immunization record

*proof of birth date

*proof of residency

See the full news release:


Empty Bowls Banquet

Below is a link to a flyer for the Middletown High School Empty Bowls Banquet, scheduled for Thursday, April 11th from 6-9 pm. This year they are having Fratelli's cater the event, as well as a silent auction. Entertainment will be - Josh Koons and Fertile Soil (a BlueGrass Band).

Visitor Management System

REMINDER: FCPS has implemented a Visitor Management System in all schools. This system allows schools to better track visitors, contractors, and volunteers and provide a safer environment for all students. It also allows school administrators to know who is the building at any given time.

When you come to our school, you will be asked for your driver's license or another form of government issued ID. If you do not have a formal ID, you will be asked your name and birth date. Your information will be entered into the visitor management system (VMS) every time you visit the school. Out of respect to the privacy of our visitors and guests, the system is not connected to any other database such as the Department of Motor Vehicles, and information is not shared with any outside agencies. Once the ID scan is done and entry is approved, the system will issue a visitor's sticker that identifies the visitor, the date, and the purpose of the visit.

Thank you, in advance, for your cooperation with this new VMS (Visitor Management System).

Kennedy Center Field Trip

Thank you to Dr. and Mrs. Price who once again funded tickets for all of our students in grades 3-5 to attend a field trip to the Kennedy Center. Our local Wolfsville Ruritan club funded the buses for this field trip. Without our community partners generosity this experience would not have been possible!

Maryland PTA Scholarship

The Maryland PTA Scholarship Committee offers scholarships in the amount of $1000 each to a high school senior who plans to pursue a career in education in Maryland schools. We seek your encouragement for qualified students to apply. There are no restrictions placed on the selection of the college or university. If you are interested please ensure that all scholarship applicants fill out the enclosed application in its entirety and forward all required information, including requested signatures, to Maryland PTA, c/o Scholarship Committee, 5 Central Avenue, Glen Burnie, MD 21061 or electronically to info@mdpta.org by 4:30 p.m., Monday, April 15, 2019.

Click Here to download the 2019 Maryland PTA Scholarship

Yearbook Orders

Did you forget to order a yearbook? Its not too late! Forms can be picked up in the school office to reserve your copy.