Wolfsville Elementary News

Distance Learning Updates for the Week of May 18

Principal's Message

Dear Wolfsville Community,

Typically during this time of year we make some of our best memories at Wolfsville. Our students enjoy field day, cultural arts assemblies, STEM day, Reading celebrations and more. Our students are missing these events. You are missing these events and memories. I am missing this this time now more than ever.

While we can't change our circumstances, our staff has decided to create committees which will work on ways we can bring these events to you and our students, virtually. It might not be how any of use imagined, but our goal is to continue the learning and memories even under these circumstances.

Stay tuned for more information and we wish you some family fun and memories ahead! We can still make this end of the school year a great one!

Together we will rise !

Yours in Education,

Megan Stein, Principal

***Follow along our journey through distance learning and #thewolfsvilleway on Twitter @FCPS_WFES or linked on our school web page.

P.A.W.S Weekly Announcements

Be sure to catch this weeks episode of Virtual Weekly Announcements. ENJOY!


Birthday Celebrations!

Happy Birthday to:

May 20: Ethan Cartagena, Vincent Daniels, Evan Monico

May 22: CW Cameron, Ryder Jordan

Meet Mrs. Stuart! Wolfsville's Principal for the 2020-2021 School Year!

Greetings Parents and Families of Wolfsville Elementary School:

My name is Linda Stuart, and I’m extremely excited to join the staff of Wolfsville Elementary School as the new Principal effective July 1. I have heard such wonderful things about the Wolfsville community, and I feel very fortunate to have the opportunity to serve as principal this coming school year. I’m very passionate about education, and I look forward to partnering with you and our staff to provide your children with a positive, engaging, and high-quality elementary school experience. I recognize the importance of a strong home-school connection, and I believe that by working together, we can make sure every child’s social, emotional, and academic needs are met.

Before being appointed to Wolfsville Elementary School, I served in a variety of teaching and educational leadership roles in Frederick County Public Schools. Some of these roles include: classroom teacher, literacy specialist, central office teacher mentor, central office teacher specialist, school system coordinator for professional learning, and elementary assistant principal. My academic background includes a Master of Science degree in Reading Specialization, a Master of Arts degree in Elementary Education, a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education and Communicative Disorders, and certification in Educational Leadership and Administration.

I will be working closely with our dedicated staff to guarantee that all of our students are intellectually challenged and have access to the social and emotional support they need. Great schools are the result of great teachers, so our primary objective will be to ensure that every student is receiving high-quality instruction. In order to do this, we will be providing students with on-going feedback on their learning and will be connecting with families to ensure our students are achieving at their highest levels.

To our students, I cannot wait to meet you all! I hope that you are excited for this coming school year, and that you will be out this summer playing and reading tons of books with your family. It is going to be a fun year of learning together!

In closing, please know that I welcome your conversation and input throughout this coming year. Let us always keep our children as the primary focus of our collaboration. I look forward to celebrating our collective successes during the 2020-2021 school year.

Enjoy the upcoming days of summer!

Yours in education,

Linda A. Stuart

Special lessons for the Week of May 18th

Below you will find a list of OPTIONAL activities for your family to access during this period of distance learning. Students WILL NOT receive grades for specials in quarter 4 on their report cards.

Counseling, Mr. Tressler: Click the link for Mr. T's website, resources and weekly lessons: https://sites.google.com/d/1bu9lyLeZOT9101mMkt4AnmBUK-0FaVQO/p/1uYRn2L09eTbMAG9Xeggdrxj7HBgYEYFb/edit

Art, Ms. Hench: Click your child's art folder in Schoology for Art assignments.

Media, Ms. Valentovish: Library Media 5/18-5/22 A Pet Parade

Music, Ms. Raynor: Click here for Music slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/163yZzIAoq5qypEfKGRxSCeJgWR4KMuExWh40DMdE22w/edit?usp=sharing

PE, Mr. Jarboe: Click the link for PE Updates: PE for May 18-22


Food Pantry

Remains Open

(Serving the Myersville, Smithsburg, Sabillasville Zip Codes)

Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30 PM

Salem Church

12479 Wolfsville Rd.