WWA's Weekly Newsletter

Week of December 5th, 2022

WWA's Mission: “Ensure all students are learning at high levels.”

Dear Parents,

Thank you to our parents who were able to join us for our Coffee Chat with the Principal this past week. It was a great opportunity to talk about a few items that WWA is working on as we move into the spring semester. Since we have a lot of information on this newsletter, we are keeping it short, but check the bulleted list of items below to know what's being provided on this Newsletter!

Items found below on this newsletter to be aware of:

  • PTSO Staff Lunch
  • Running Club Event - Check the details!
  • Nurse's Office needs donations
  • Movie Night this Friday
  • Holiday Shop
  • Parent Classes in December
  • Hour Of Code for 3rd Graders
  • PV's United Parent Council
  • Tax Credit Donations
  • Mrs. Elgin's Choir News
  • Reduced pricing for Suns Tickets

Happy Holidays from the WWA Staff to your Family!


Johnny Brownlie


Staff Lunch December 9th - Provided by the PTSO

We are asking for help with providing a fabulous lunch for our amazing staff of WWA Friday, December 9th. We have a theme of Memory Lane. We are asking for people to donate food that would remind you of this festive season. Please sign up through this link below. https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0c4daeac2ca0f85-wwastaff

Running Club Event!

From Coach Brady!

We will be having a race this year against 6 other schools. We will be
racing on Saturday December 10th. The times are listed below. We will
be at North Canyon High School. The address is 1700 E. Union Hills
Phoenix, AZ 85024. There is no gate charge this year, but you will
need to have a district permission slip signed before you will be
allowed to run, there are no exceptions to this new rule. Please
return the form back to me before December 9th. The LINK to the document is here or you can click on the photo below.

There will be 7 winners per race that can earn a medal and the other
racers will earn a ribbon for completing their race. Gates will open
at 12:30. The parking lot can get full so please be aware.

Race times **Tentative** Arrive early to make sure you make your race***

1:00-1:10------------- Kindergarten boys and girls combined -1 lap ¼ mile

1:10- 1:20- ----------- 1st and 2nd grade girls race- 2 laps ½ mile

1:20-1:30--------------1st and 2nd grade boys race- 2 laps ½ mile

1:35-1:45--------------3rd and 4th grade girls race- 3 laps 3/4 mile

1:50-2:00--------------3rd and 4th grade boys race- 3 laps ¾ mile

2:05- 2:20------------5th and 6th grade girls race- 4 laps 1 mile

2:25-2:40-------------5th and 6th grade boys race- 4 laps 1 mile

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Hour Of Code for Our Third Graders:

Hour of Code WWA 3rd graders participating Dec. 9

The Hour of Code is back and better than ever! Computer Science and Coding are fundamental components of STEAM and by participating in the Hour of Code students can experience for themselves the way computational thinking can change our world. Between December 5-11, 2022, ten percent of students around the world will celebrate Computer Science Education Week by participating in an Hour of Code at their school. It’s an opportunity for students to learn how the technology around us works.

Our target group this year is third graders. The students will complete a coding activity on their Chromebooks, and we’ll also print Hour of Code certificates they can bring home. And, it’s fun! Students will learn computational thinking skills in an approachable way.

United Parent Council Event

PV United Parent Council

Learn about how Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports are being used in all PVSchools, including SunKids Pre-K, to support all students. Learn about Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) that provide individualized support to students with IEPs. The program flyer is available HERE

Wednesday, December 7th, 2022 6:30-7:30 pm

District Administrative Center- DAC East/West

This presentation will also be available via zoom. Please register in advance HERE to receive the link.

Consider WWA for a Tax Credit Donation:

News From Mrs. Elgin's Choir:

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It Can Take A Village!

Does your student have a social or emotional need that you think school staff may be able to help with? If so, consider completing the form link below so that our Social Emotional Learning (SEL) support team can review your request and determine what next steps might be needed. Click on the picture below. LINK

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Tax Credit Donations help our school support before and after school classes/clubs for students. All donations ensure that we can provide very enriching experiences to our students, so thank you for considering us for a donation!