Congratulations to our Wyandotte Elementary Student of the Year, Brandon Cordero! Brandon works hard and sets an excellent example for other students both inside and outside the classroom. We are blessed to have Brandon as a part of our school. Congratulations Brandon! Keep up the great work!
National School Breakfast week is March 6-10. In celebration, students who eat breakfast at school on these days will be entered into a drawing for prizes. Each student eating breakfast gets one entry for that day. Make sure you get to school early to enjoy a delicious breakfast!
We are proud to say that Wyandotte Elementary was ranked #52 in a list of the best public elementary schools in Lousiana. The list was compiled by "Niche", which uses several factors to rank schools. You can view the full list here: https://k12.niche.com/rankings/public-elementary-schools/best-overall/s/louisiana/
Reminder: We are collecting Box Tops for Education for our school!!!!
Don't forget...we are collecting Community Coffee labels for our school!!!! The deadline for this school year is January 27.
Wyandotte's staff will teach
so that all students can learn.
For Students: "The secret of being HAPPY is accepting where you are in life and making the most out of every day." -Unknown
For Staff: "Don't carry your mistakes around with you, their weight may crush you. Instead, place them under your feet and use them as stepping stones to rise above them." -Unknown
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning consumers about con-artists--scammers--who are sending pop-up computer warnings or making phone calls that offer unnecessary and often harmful tech support services.
One scammer actually sent spam emails falsely claiming that the FTC had hired them to remove problem software. As of today, the lawsuit filed by the FTC against this scammer has resulted in the court ordering the defendent to shut down his websites and phone numbers, stop claiming he is affiliated with the FTC, and inform current customers that he is not affiliated with the FTC.
If you received one of those email messages, the FTC want to hear about it.
If you get a pop-up, a call, or an email that contains an urgent message about a virus on your commputer, just STOP. The FTC's advice: "Don't click any links, don't send any money, and don't give anyone control of your computer. The person behind the message probably wants access to your computer to grab your data, install malware, or sell you unnecessary services." Please report these contacts to the FTC's Complaint page.
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