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Frank Wagner Elementary School

March 2, 2017


Dear Frank Wagner Families,

Wildcats are busy in March at Frank Wagner. This month’s activities include Kindergarten Registration night, STEM Family Night, Spring Conferences, Book Fair and state testing for our students in grades 3-4-5.

Kindergarten registration for the 2017-18 school year will be held at all elementary schools on Tuesday, March 7th starting at 6:30 pm. If you have a child who will be 5 by August 31 or you know of neighbors who have incoming kindergartners, please spread the word. To enroll a student in kindergarten, please bring immunization records and birth certificate for copying and you will be able to register your child during this evening. We will have forms in English and Spanish and translators will be available to assist parents during this event.

Spring conference information will be sent home soon. Please watch your child’s backpack/folder for information from your child’s teacher. If you haven’t received any information and want to schedule a conference please contact your child’s teacher. Conferences will be held March 22 to the 24th. Students will be dis-missed early at 12:55 on these days to accommodate the conference schedule.

Our teachers and students in grades 3 to 5 have been busy preparing for the annual on-line state test. Our school uses the five Chromebook carts as well as our computer labs to complete these tests. Teachers will be informing you of the spe-cific test dates for classes as we get closer to the actual date later in March. If you have the opportunity to schedule appointments or other commitments around your child’s S-BAC testing window we’d appreciate your help and support in doing so to allow your child to test with his/her class. You can support your child’s success by ensuring your child is:
  * At school on time
  * Is well rested
  * Has eaten a healthy breakfast

If your child is nervous or anxious about testing, use positive words of encouragement to talk about testing. Our entire student body shows support for our students during this time with notes and posters encouraging students to show what they know. Wildcats are amazing students and this is an opportunity to show our school, community, school district and state what we can do!

Thank you for your help!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me at berardv@monroe.wednet.edu or at 360-804-3200.

Sincerely,
Vikki

Respectfully,

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

 

¡Bienvenidos a Frank Wagner Elementary School y a un nuevo año escolar!

Del Escritorio de Nuestra Directora,
Estimadas Familias de Frank Wagner,

Estimadas familias de Frank Wagner:
Los Wildcats estarán muy ocupados durante el mes de marzo en Frank Wagner. Las actividades de este mes incluyen la noche de Inscripción al jardín de infantes, la noche de STEM para la familia, las conferencias de primavera, la Feria del libro y las pruebas estatales para los estudiantes que están en 3.º, 4.º y 5.º.

La Inscripción al jardín de infantes para el ciclo lectivo 2017-2018 tendrá lugar en todas las escuelas primarias el martes 7 de marzo a partir de las 6:30 p. m. Si su hijo cumple 5 años antes del 31 de agosto o si tiene conocidos cuyos hijos están por ingresar al jardín de infantes, no dejen de comunicarles estas novedades. Para inscribir a un estudiante en jardín de infantes, deben traer los registros de vacunación y el certificado de nacimiento para fotocopiar. De esta manera, podrán inscribir a sus hijos en esta misma oportunidad. Contaremos con formularios en inglés y en español, y habrá traductores disponibles para ayudar a los padres durante el evento.

Por otro lado, enviaremos más información sobre las conferencias de primavera a la brevedad. Les pedimos que estén atentos a la mochila o la carpeta de sus hijos para recibir información por parte de la maestra. Si no han recibido ninguna comunicación y desean programar una conferencia, pónganse en contacto con las maestras de sus hijos. Las conferencias tendrán lugar del 22 al 24 de marzo. Esos días los estudiantes saldrán antes de la escuela, a las 12:55, a fin de adaptarnos al programa de las conferencias.

Las maestras y los estudiantes de 3.º a 5.º han estado ocupados preparándose para la prueba estatal anual por Internet. Nuestra escuela pondrá a disposición las cinco “computadoras rodantes” Chromebook y nuestros laboratorios de informática para completar estas pruebas. Las maestras les informarán las fechas específicas de las pruebas para cada grupo a medida que se acerque la fecha en sí, más tarde en el mes de marzo. Si tienen la oportunidad de programar reuniones u otros compromisos en función del período de pruebas S-BAC de sus hijos, valoraremos mucho contar con su ayuda y apoyo para permitirles a los estudiantes realizar la prueba con sus respectivos grupos. Si desean apoyar a sus hijos para lograr el éxito, controlen que los niños:

Lleguen a la escuela a horario.
Descansen lo suficiente
Desayunen de forma saludable

Si sus hijos están ansiosos o nerviosos a causa de las pruebas, hablen con ellos usando palabras positivas para alentarlos y darles ánimo. Todos los miembros de nuestra asociación estudiantil apoyan a los estudiantes durante este período, exhibiendo notas y pósters en los que incentivan a los alumnos a demostrar lo que saben. Los Wildcats son estudiantes increíbles, y esta es una oportunidad importante para que nuestra escuela, nuestra comunidad y nuestro distrito escolar se destaquen al demostrar nuestro talento. ¡Gracias por su colaboración!

Si tienen preguntas o inquietudes, envíenme un correo electrónico a berardv@monroe.wednet.edu o llamen al 360-804-3200.

Atentamente,
Vikki

Vikki Berard (Directora de los Wildcats)
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
Columba Wolf, Assistant Secretary
Joanna Dittemore, Counselor
Jill Dumont, Nurse

Kathy Bernhardt, Parent Liaison 360.804.3364

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2016-2017 Officers are:

  • President
    • Melissa Hritsko
  • Vice President
    • Kathy Bernhardt
  • Secretary
    • Position Open
  • Treasurer
    • Jessica Alvarado
  • Member at Large
    • Gena Weeks
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Staff Telephone Directory

NAME (e-mail) ASSIGNMENT WEB SITE ADDRESS
Abbott, Samantha 2nd Grade DL  
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 Learning Specialist  
Cooper, Trisha 2nd Grade  
Cox, Vicki Paraeducator  
Culnane, Dori 3rd Grade  
DeMuelenaere, Christina 2nd Grade DL  
DeRousse, Heather Kindergarten
Dittemore, Joanna Counselor  
Dumont, Jill Nurse  
Dunn, Leah 5th Grade  
Edwards, Julie Paraeducator  
Elles, Carlos Spanish-speaking Liaison  
Fredette, Carly Learning Specialist
Gonzalez, Analisa Paraeducator
Gregory, Tammy Office Manager  
Harmon, Scott 3rd Grade DL  
Hayward, Anne 1st grade DL  
Hernandez, Nancy Paraeducator  
Herr, Angela 4th Grade  
Holt, Judy P.E. Specialist  
Hritsko, Melissa Kindergarten DL  
Huck, Kathi Preschool
Hunt, Dani 1st Grade  
Hyvonen, Pamela Nurse
Johnson, Cassie Speech & Language Specialist  
Johnson, Lori Learning Specialist  
Kitchen Kitchen /Staff  
Kratovel, Robert (Bob) Custodian PM
Kuntz, Sara 4th Grade  
Kurtenbach, Kirsten Kindergarten  
Lashley, Glynis Pre-K Psychologist
Lovelace, Elizabeth 4th Grade
Lynch, Lani 3rd Grade DL  
MacDonald, Lindsey Paraeducator  
Maxson, Missy 4th & 5th Grade  
Mejia, Karina Paraeducator - Health Room  
Moccia, Denise 1st Grade  
Molina, Hugo Vice Principal  
Murphy, Gayle Learning Specialist  
Nye, Kendra Music  
Ostler, Sara Paraeducator  
Pamanian, Ken Paraeducator
Pearson, Kevin Custodian
Phillips, Rachel 1st Grade  
Pollow, Terry Custodian  
Poz, Esther Kindergarten DL  
Pratt, Stephanie 5th Grade  
Rathman, Rich PE Specialist  
Rose, Jody Paraeducator  
Ross, Karlene 4th Grade  
Savelesky, Kathryn Paraeducator  
Salmi, Kathy Learning Specialist  
Savelesky, Kathie Paraeducator  
Smith, Darcie 3rd Grade  
Snider, Cindy Paraeducator  
Stanwyck, Jody English Language Learners  
Sullivan, Rachel English Language Learners  
Sweeney, Kristi 1st/2nd Grade  
Thompson, Holly Learning Specialist
Vye, Andrea 1st Grade
Weide, Rebecca Librarian  
Wilber, Amanda Learning Specialist
Williams, Lucy Learning Specialist
Wilson, Pamela English Language Learners  
Wolf, Columba Assistant Secretary  


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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.