Wrightstown Middle School December 4, 2014 1-4 p.m.
We are excited to announce our Fall Child Development afternoon will be held on Thursday, December 4, 2014. During this event, school professionals will be available to screen children in need of early intervention special education services held ages 2 ½ to 4 years old.
The screening will take approximately 30 to 45 minutes with an early childhood special education teacher and/ or speech therapist. We will screen children’s’ developmental skills in the areas of speech, language, personal, adaptive, gross and fine motor, communication, and cognitive. There will also be resources for you to view on the topics of child development, health, vision, hearing, Brown County library, Birth to Three Intervention program, and Head Start.
This is a great opportunity to both screen your child’s developmental skills and introduce your child to the Wrightstown Community School District!
Please call Lisa Durocher at 532-5553, ext 4118 to set up an appointment or to ask any questions about this great opportunity.
SENIOR CITIZENS & GRANDPARENTS HOLIDAY PARTY
Wrightstown FBLA will hold its 4th Annual Holiday Party on Thursday, December 11 for the Senior Citizens and Grandparents of the community. All Senior Citizens and Grandparents are welcome to partake in an afternoon of games, prizes, and fun. This event is FREE and will start at 1:00 in the Wrightstown High School Cafeteria. Attendees should enter at the east entrance high school. Free valet parking will be available. If you have questions, please contact Steve Doell at (920) 532-0525 ext 6419 or firstname.lastname@example.org. In the event of school being canceled due to inclement weather on December 11, the event will be held on December 12.
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Open Enrollment Information
2015-16 School Year
The Wisconsin Public School Open Enrollment application period begins Monday, February 2 and ends at 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 30, 2015. The open enrollment program allows parents to apply for their children to attend school districts other than the one in which they live. Families who live outside of the Wrightstown School District and would like to attend school in Wrightstown Schools should submit an on-line application. The on-line application form and additional information may be accessed on the DPI website. Paper applications will also be available on the DPI website and can be submitted between Feb. 2 - April 30, 2015.
Tuition Waiver Option/Information:
Families who move out of the Wrightstown School District, and wish to have their child continue attending in Wrightstown Schools, are eligible for a "tuition waiver" that allows their child to continue to attend through the current school year; parents must then apply for open enrollment.
Any Other Questions/Concerns?
As always, thank you for considering Wrightstown Schools for the education of your children. If you have any questions or concerns about enrolling your child in the Wrightstown School District, or you would like a tour of our schools, please contact Marian Kaufman, Open Enrollment Coordinator at 920-532-5551 or email email@example.com
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