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Frank Wagner Elementary School

February 2016

Dear Frank Wagner Families,

The continued explosion of communication methods and social media ave-nues have social and educational implications. This article ran last year and is pertinent to run again.

Families vary in their values in regard to social media and technology com-munication. For some, social media allows us to share news and photos over long distances with family and friends. For others social media is an in-vasion of privacy. Concerns are often heard at school with photos that in-clude someone else’s child being posted online.

As a public school we must consider the feelings and, in fact, the rights of all families to ensure that student confidentiality and safety are maintained. Please follow the guidelines outlined below in regards to taking photos on our campus.

  • Any photo taken at school should be for the sole purpose of our school and pictures taken must be provided to the office. Pictures taken in class-rooms should have permission from the teacher prior.
  • Pictures should not be taken at school for the purpose of posting on-line even at school functions. Prior permission from the school office and/or teacher must be obtained any time you take pictures on campus or in classrooms.
  • Any photo taken by a company is copyrighted and should not be posted (e.g. class and individual student pictures).
  • Student photos are not to be used to promote a business of any kind.

Many staff members also do not wish to have their photo posted and we would ask that you follow the same guidelines above out of respect for them.
Federal law gives families the right to ask that photos not be taken of their child(ren) for any reason. Our school calendar postcard, mailed to homes each summer, reminds families of that right. If you do not wish for photos to be taken at school please let us know so we can be sure your wishes are recorded appropriately.

As always, please let me know any questions or concerns you might have about this topic or other school information. It is my pleasure to serve as principal of this great school. It is only through our partnership that we can help children be successful both at school and home!

Best regards,

Vikki Berard
Principal
berardv@monroe.wednet.edu / 360-804-3200

 

Estimadas familias de Frank Wagner:

El estallido continuo de nuevos métodos de comunicación y formas de medios sociales causa un impacto social y educativo. Publicamos este artículo el año pasado y es pertinente que volvamos a hacerlo.

No todas las familias opinan lo mismo respecto a los medios sociales y la tecnología de comunicación. Para algunas, los medios sociales nos permiten compartir, desde grandes distancias, noticias y fotos con nuestros familiares y amigos. Para otras, los medios sociales son una invasión de la privacidad. En la escuela solemos recibir inquietudes respecto a publicaciones en línea de fotos que incluyen a niños de otras personas.

Como escuela pública, debemos tener en cuenta las opiniones y, en realidad, los derechos de todas las familias para asegurarnos de preservar la confidencialidad y la seguridad de los estudiantes. Sigan las pautas que se detallan debajo sobre sacar fotos en nuestro campus.

  • Todas las fotos que se saquen en la escuela deben ser únicamente con fines escolares y se deben entregar a la oficina.
  • Las fotos que se saquen en las aulas deben contar con el permiso previo del maestro. No se deben sacar fotos en la escuela con el fin de publicarlas en línea, ni siquiera en eventos escolares.
  • Se debe contar con el permiso previo de la oficina escolar o del maestro cada vez que se saquen fotos en el campus o en las aulas.
  • Todas las fotos que saque una compañía cuentan con derecho de autor y no se deben publicar (p. ej., fotos de la clase o de estudiantes individuales). Las fotos de los estudiantes no se pueden utilizar para promocionar un negocio de ningún tipo.

Muchos de los miembros del personal tampoco quieren se publiquen fotos suyas y les pedimos que, por respeto, sigan las mismas pautas ya descritas.

Las leyes federales les otorgan a las familias el derecho de solicitar que no se saquen fotos de sus hijos por ningún motivo. Nuestra postal del calendario escolar, que se envía todos los veranos, les recuerda a las familias dicho derecho. Si no deseen que se saquen fotos en la escuela, infórmennos para que podamos asegurarnos de registrar adecuadamente sus deseos.

Como siempre, infórmenme si tienen preguntas o inquietudes sobre este tema o sobre otra información escolar. Es un verdadero placer ser la directora de esta excelente escuela. ¡Solo mediante nuestra colaboración podemos ayudar a que los niños sean exitosos en la escuela y en el hogar!

Saludos,

Vikki Berard
Directora
berardv@monroe.wednet.edu / 360-804-3200


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Frank Wagner Elementary
115 Dickinson Road
Monroe, WA 98272-2104

Frank Wagner Elementary SchoolPhone: 360-804-3200
Toll Free: 1-800-282-7818
Fax: 360-804-3299

School Hours: 8:55 a.m. to 3:25 p.m.

Attendance Hotline: 360-804-3201

Vikki Berard, Principal
Hugo Molina, Vice Principal
Tammy Gregory, Office Manager
Ardy Woolley, Assistant Secretary
Joanna Dittemore, Counselor
Dee Miller-Turner, Nurse

Kathy Bernhardt, Parent Liaison 360.804.3364

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Important Notice About Internet Safety

The best way to protect children from online harm is to keep computers in a family area of the home. Visibility allows parents to look over the students' shoulders without being too oppressive. Young children should have a parental chaperone whenever they are on the Internet. Two sites that discuss these issues and offer advice can be found at www.safekids.com and www.safeteens.com.


Hyperlinks to staff web sites (located on the Staff page) are provided for student and parent convenience, and all staff web sites are hosted by external Internet service providers. Monroe Public Schools assumes no liability for content contained on external service provider sites. Filtering software from one of the providers listed below is recommended to prevent unauthorized access to sites beyond the District's control.

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Voicemail: 360.804.2998 ext 3395Students

Email:frankwagnerpta@gmail.com

Frank Wagner PTA website

2015-2016 Officers are:

  • President
    • Gena Weeks
  • Co-Vice President
    • Amy Mann
    • Camarin Mass
  • Secretary
    • Dan Weeks
  • Treasurer
    • Jessica Anderson
  • Co-FACE
    • Esmeralda Medina
    • Maria Weber
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Dialing 360-804-2998 accesses staff voice mailboxes.

The search option lets families use their telephone keypad to enter the teacher's name to be connected to the voicemail system to leave a message.

Staff Telephone Directory

NAME (e-mail) ASSIGNMENT WEB SITE ADDRESS
Abbott, Samantha 2nd Grade DL  
Anderson, Jeni Special Education  
Barksdale, Shannon Paraeducator  
Berard, Vikki Principal  
Bernhardt, Kathy Family Liaison  
Broughton, Laura Learning Specialist  
Burke, Emily Paraeducator  
Carruthers, Katie Music Specialist  
Chauvin, Patrice 2nd Grade  
Ciuzak-Roed, Sally Paraeducator  
Cole, Jenny Kindergarten  
Cooper, Trisha 3rd Grade  
Cox, Vicki Paraeducator  
Culnane, Dori 3rd Grade  
DeMuelenaere, Christina 2nd Grade DL  
Dittemore, Joanna Counselor  
Dumont, Jill Nurse  
Dunn, Leah 5th Grade  
Edwards, Julie Paraeducator  
Elles, Carlos Spanish-speaking Liaison  
Finley-Stimert, Pat Learning Specialist  
Glumac, Joanna Paraeducator  
Gregory, Tammy Office Manager  
Harmon, Scott 3rd Grade DL  
Hayward, Anne 1st grade DL  
Hernandez, Nancy Paraeducator  
Herr, Angela 4th Grade  
Hritsko, Melissa Kindergarten DL  
Hunt, Dani 1st Grade  
Johnson, Cassie Speech & Language Specialist  
Johnson, Lori Learning Specialist  
Kitchen Kitchen /Staff  
Kuntz, Sara 4th Grade  
Kurtenbach, Kirsten Kindergarten  
Lynch, Lani 3rd Grade DL  
MacDonald, Lindsey Paraeducator  
Maxson, Missy 4th & 5th Grade  
Mejia, Karina Paraeducator - Health Room  
Miller, Michelle English Language Learner  
Moccia, Denise 1st Grade  
Molina, Hugo Vice Principal  
Murphy, Gayle Learning Specialist  
Norris, Chance Physical Therapist  
Nunez, Analisa Paraeducator  
Nye, Kendra Music  
Ohlsen, Kimberley Paraeducator  
Ostler, Sara Paraeducator  
Pearson, Kevin Custodian
Phillips, Rachel 1st Grade  
Pollow, Terry Custodian  
Poz, Esther Kindergarten DL  
Pratt, Stephanie 5th Grade  
Rainville, Jamie Preschool  
Rarig, Stacy Paraeducator  
Rathman, Rich PE  
Reed, Melissa English Language Learner  
Roberts-Lindgren, Debbie Preschool  
Rose, Jody Paraeducator  
Ross, Karlene 4th Grade  
Savelesky, Kathryn Paraeducator  
Salmi, Kathy Learning Specialist  
Savelesky, Kathie Paraeducator  
Smith, Darcie 5th Grade  
Snider, Cindy Paraeducator  
Stanwyck, Jody

English Language Learner

 
Sullivan, Rachel Kindergarten  
Sweeney, Kristi 1st Grade  
Tews, Jennifer Psychologist  
Villalobos, Maria Custodian  
Walker, Valerie 2nd/3rd Grade  
Weide, Rebecca Librarian  
Wenker, Kayla Occupational Therapist  
Wilson, Pamela 2nd Grade  
Woolley, Ardy Assistant Secretary  
Yri, Judy P.E. Specialist  


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Vision

We are committed to creating a school that knows no limits to the academic success of each student.

Mission

Every student, without exception and without excuse, will be proficient or advanced in reading, language arts and math.