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Let it Snow!

7th Grade had earned some time play in the snow and it was a fun way to end our trimester!

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Join us at the Winter Wonderland Dance

Click Here for a Message from a special guest that will be at the Winter Wonderland Dance THIS FRIDAY!!!!! We hope you'll join us at the Winter Wonderland Dance this Friday from 6 to 8:30 PM. We will have a DJ, lights, and lots of . . .

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School Board Vacancy

School District 154 Board Member Vacancy School District 154 is accepting applications to fill the vacancy resulting from a resignation.  The individual selected will serve on the School Board starting February 2020. . . .

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Taco Trucks in Miss Simon's Class

Recently, in Miss Simon's class, the students completed a Taco Truck project where students had to create, design and build their own taco truck business. This included creating a name, logo and menu for their business as well as . . .

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Penny Wars Success!

Penny Wars was such a success that Wolcott was able to purchase 1,710 items for the Thornton Food Pantry. Great job Wolcott students and families for working together to raise the funds to do this and for all of your generosity.  . . .

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Let the Penny Wars Begin

Next week, Penny Wars will begin here at Wolcott School.  Click Here to see the Penny Wars Promo Video and find all of the spare change that you can!

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Halloween Fun and End of Red Ribbon Week

Wolcott School had a blast celebrating Halloween and also wearing our costumes as a part of Red Ribbon Spirit Week to say, "Drugs are Scary, Don't Do Them!" We also want to thank all of the volunteers that helped contribute . . .

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3rd Annual Trunk or Treat

Trunk or Treat was ghoulishly good time!  Thank you to all who participated and donated to help make it a freakishly fun night. Screeches go out to all the "spook"tacular trunks.  Moans and groans to the Uidl, . . .

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Wolcott School Kicks off Red Ribbon Week

Today is the first day of Red Ribbon Week and we are excited to kick off this week where we will learn about making smart and healthy choices for our bodies and about saying No to Drugs.  We've already announced the winners of . . .

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Ocean in a Bottle

Miss Gobeli's class kicked off their ocean unit in science by making an ocean in a bottle! They made it with corn syrup, food coloring, and vegetable oil. It's one way to see that the greater the depth, the less light the . . .

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Animal Cell Learning Fun

Middle school students have been learning about animal cells and they have been learning to recognize and label the parts of the cell. As a fun way to learn and practice the vocabulary, Ms. Gobeli's class made an edible animal cell using . . .

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6th Annual Spring Games

Wolcott held their 6th annual spring games on Thursday, May 16th, and everyone had a fantastic time. The students competed in building hula huts, power throwing, jump roping, cone throwing, speed track racing, ball bounce brigading, tug . . .

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Kid's Heart Challenge Kick Off!

Whew! We have officially kicked off our Kids Heart Challenge program and our school's big event is right around the corner! Last year, we jumped rope for heart and this year we’re kicking off the all-new Kids . . .

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Comic Con Comes to Wolcott

On Wednesday, October 10, 2018, Wolcott school hosted our first ever Comic Con event! The event began with an appearance by the one and only...BATMAN!  Kids came back to school dressed up as their favorite superhero . . .

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Wednesday 1:00 Dismissal

 For the 2019-2020 School year Wolcott School will have an early dismissal on the third Wednesday of each month.  This will enable us to continue to provide the highest possible education to all of our students.  Your . . .

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