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 price of success is hard work, dedication to the job at hand, and the determination that whether we win or lose, we have applied the best of ourselves to the task at hand." -Vince Lombardi
For Staff: "The hard work puts you where the good luck can find you." -Unknown
As part of this observation, parents are encouraged to "Take the Pledge" to empower kids to use technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully, thus providing young people with the digital citizenship skills they need to thrive in today's world.
Here's the pledge: I pledge to empower my kids to use technology safely, responsibly, and respectfully. Together, we will provide young people with the digital citizenship skills they need to thrive in today's world.
Why take the pledge? While technology provides increased opportunities for students, there is also a responsibility to teach them about technology's pitfalls so they can avoid them. If we don't teach our kids, who will?