8:10 am Students may enter the building
8:35 am Tardy bell rings
3:30 pm Dismissal
3:00 pm Dismissal on Mondays
If you need to drop off your child before this time please enroll them in our before school child care program. Information can be found here. Thank you for your help!
Mr. Tom Davis, Principal
Ms. Stacey Pippin, Assistant Principal
Just outside our office there are a string of banners that represent all of the organized efforts our school has done to benefit groups or organizations in our community. This display is titled "The Great Give Back" and serves as a reminder to our building of the good we have done this year. From the American Cancer Society to the scope of these efforts is very broad and probably touches the life of each member of our WIS family in some way.
The most recent banner reads "WIS students who
Happy Valentine's Day!
Valentine's Day is always a special day in the lives of 5th and 6th grade students (and their principal!). Although some of us think we have attained an advanced age and are "too cool" to do the Valentine's thing, the majority of our students still enjoy the fun and excitement the holiday brings to a pre-teens world. Decorated Valentine boxes, cards, and candy were common sights today. A big "thanks" to all our parents that came in today to organize class parties and send in treats to make this day special!
WIS wrapped the annual district WCCF "Change a life" change
Anyone that has been involved in education for any length of time quickly figures out that change is normal. Whether it is a local initiative or something pushed down from the state or federal government, it seems we are always doing something new.
I am often asked why this is the case, especially if what we are already doing works. It would seem like a logical choice to simply leave things alone and just keep doing them the same way. In reality this would make our jobs as educators much easier too as we would not need to