Sunday, May 23
Hello Wilder Family!
I want to begin by saying a very big THANK YOU to all the families that donated towards teacher and staff appreciation!
As we continue to move towards the end of another school year, I want to thank you for your support of our scholars and the Wilder community over this unprecedented year.
The PTSA is a vital support organization for our school community and we would like to see the work of PTA continue as we move into a new school year and return to a new normal.
We need nominees to fill the core board positions of President, Treasurer, and Secretary. We have a couple of board members who will be continuing on in updated roles, so there will be familiarity and continuity. Please email the current board at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Our family will be relocating to FL following the school year and we are excited, but will greatly miss our HCPS and Wilder family. Thanks for the privilege and opportunity to serve our community over the past 3 years.
All the best,
Jason Pascale, President
Wilder Middle PTSA | +1-804-380-9501
Henrico Virtual Academy-Due Friday 5/21
Henrico Virtual Academy: While the majority of HCPS students will be back on school campuses in the fall, learning in person five days a week (see the HCPS plan for 2021-22 here), plans for the Henrico Virtual Academy, which is the only virtual option for grades K-12 next year, are moving forward.
- Applications for students to attend the Henrico Virtual Academy in 2021-22 are now being accepted through May 21.
- You can apply here by clicking on the application button.
- Before you apply, be sure to use the Online Learning Reflection Tool to see if virtual learning is the best fit for your student.
- Again, the deadline to apply for HVA is Friday, May 21.
la Academia Virtual de Henrico: Si bien la mayoría de los estudiantes de HCPS regresarán a los edificios en persona este otoño, aprendiendo en persona cinco días por semana (vea nuestro plan para el 2021-22 aquí), los planes para la Academia Virtual de Henrico, nuestra nueva opción completamente virtual para grados grades K-12, continúan en marcha. Las solicitudes para estudiantes que quieren asistir a la Academia Virtual de Henrico en el 2021-22 se están aceptando ahora hasta el 21 de mayo. Usted puede solicitar aquí haciendo clic en el botón de solicitud. Sin embargo, antes de llenar su solicitud, asegúrese de usar la Herramienta de Reflexión de Aprendizaje Virtual para determinar si el aprendizaje virtual es la mejor opción para su estudiante.
(Coming soon: Video translations in languages that include Arabic and Dari)
7th Grade Virtual Awards Program
Spring Sports Schedule
May 24th- Make-up game versus Fairfield @ Wilder Middle School 4:45p.m.
May 28th- Make-up game versus Elko @ Wilder Middle School 4:45p.m.
All games will be played unless weather dictates otherwise.
May 25th- @ Henrico High School- versus Fairfield and Elko 4:45p.m.
Meets will be played unless weather dictates otherwise
May 25th- @Wilder versus Moody Middle School 4:30p.m.
Matches will be played unless weather dictates otherwise
May 18 and May 25-asynchronous work days
Due to in person SOL testing and the need for teachers and staff to administer these assessments, we will have mostly asynchronous work days on Tuesday, May 18th and Tuesday, May 25th, 2021. Students, both virtual and in person ARE STILL EXPECTED TO ATTEND ADVISORY at 8:30 on these days as usual. Much like Wellness Wednesdays, students who do not log on/attend advisory on these days will be marked absent unexcused unless our attendance office is otherwise notified.
Teachers will provide assignments and activities for students to complete and will be sure students are aware of their location in Schoology and their expectations.
Please contact Tommy Golden, Coordinator of Assessment, with any questions.
One Team. One Vision. #WilderWay
WMS MISSION & VISION STATEMENT
Mission: Our team is committed to serving all scholars by providing them with a safe educational experience focused on deeper learning, celebrating diversity, and fostering leadership.
Vision: We will empower students to reach their full potential by promoting rigorous academic expectations, preparing students to be leaders in the community, nurturing positive relationships, and ensuring the learning and skill development necessary for high student achievement.