Wyandotte Elementary

St. Mary Parish Schools

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  • Everyone Counts!

    Posted by WES on 2/21/2020

     2020 Census Everyone Counts!

    Wyandotte Elementary is participating in the U. S. Census Bureau's Statistics in Schools (SIS) program to unite schools around the country in an effort to count every child in the 2020 Census. 

    The national census is conducted every 10 years. Data from this census is used to determine funding for many programs including special education, classroom technology, teacher training, after-school programs, and school lunch assistance. 

    In mid-March, your family should begin receiving official Census 2020 mail with instructions on how to respond. By April 1, 2020, every home should receive an invitation to participate in the 2020 Census. You will have three options for responding:

    • Online
    • By phone
    • By mail

    Wyandotte Elementary urges every family to participate.  More information can be found in our Peachjar E-Flyers area. 

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  • Speak Up Revisited

    Posted by WES on 2/20/2020

    SMP Earns Student Empowerment Badge

     

    St. Mary Parish has been recognized by Project Tomorrow for its participation and commitment to engaging our stakeholders in local decisions on education issues. Project Tomorrow is an organization committed to ensuring that all students are well prepared to become tomorrow’s innovators, leaders and engaged citizens. The mission of Project Tomorrow is to help build the capacity of education leaders to create new learning experiences that prepare today’s students to compete and contribute to the global economy and society.

    The district has earned the Speak Up District of Student Empowerment national distinction for our participation in the Speak Up Research Initiative. This initiative includes student, educator, parent, and community member participation in the nation-wide Speak Up survey, which was made available in October 2019. Speak Up results are used to inform federal, state, and local education programs. At the district level, initial survey results were used to identify and address local needs in the district's Long-Range Educational Technology Plan.

    If you missed your first opportunity to contribute your thoughts to Speak Up, it's not too late. The survey links were reopened on February 1, 2020, and will remain open until May 1. You can find the link to the survey here:  https://speakup.tomorrow.org/S/YMN3

     

     District Of Student Empowerment

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  • Important Notes

    Posted by WES on 2/18/2020

    Friday, February 21, is the last day of our 4H community food round up. Students that bring canned or boxed non-perishable food items may wear jeans for free.

    Friday, February 21, students may wear a Mardi Gras themed shirt or shirts the color of Mardi Gras (Purple, green, yellow), with uniform pants, unless they bring food items to wear jeans.

    Students are out the entire week of Mardi Gras. Students will return to school on Monday, March 2 at the regularly scheduled time.

    Monday, March 2, we will begin our book fair.

    Friday, March 6, we will have a pajama reading night in the gym for students pre-K to fifth grade. This is for students only. Students should wear their pajamas and bring a pillow, blanket, and book. The event will be from 6 to 8 PM.

    We are in need of 150 Little Debbies cakes and 150 juice boxes for the evening. Donations would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  • Snack Sales

    Posted by WES on 2/12/2020

    Important Change Regarding Snack Sales

    Beginning in March, snacks will not be pre-ordered.  Students will have to bring snack money and purchase their own snacks at the designated snack time.

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  • A Message from the Principal

    Posted by WES on 2/12/2020

    Valentine's Day, Friday, February 14th is coming...

     We are still participating in our 4-H community project of taking in non-perishable food for local entities.  Students may wear jeans IF they bring 2 boxed/canned non-perishable food items.

    All students may wear red shirts or Valentine shirts for FREE on this day.  If they do not have a red shirt or Valentine shirt, they should wear a school spirit shirt or uniform shirt.

    Thank you for your help.  Remember, the class bringing the most food wins a pizza party in March (one class from PreK-2 and one class from 3-5 will be chosen).

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  • Reminder!

    Posted by WES on 2/12/2020

    Family Math Night...Thursday, February 13th at 5:30 PM

     We'd like to remind you that we have our Title 1 math night tomorrow night beginning at 5:30 in the gym.  Parents and students will rotate through 3 project sessions and 1 food session.  Please come join us for a fun night to learn math together!!

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  • 4-H Community Project

    Posted by WES on 2/5/2020

    Friday, February 7th, students may bring 2 nonperishable canned or boxed foods to wear jeans.  4-H will be collecting food all month as a community project.

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  • Family Math Night

    Posted by WES on 2/3/2020

    Please check PeachJar or Classroom DoJo for an important memo concerning Family Math Night. 

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  • New Check-out Policy

    Posted by Tammilee Kelly on 1/10/2020

    Parents and Guardians,

    As we begin this new semester, we have instituted a new policy for check-outs. Our ultimate goal is for the safety and security of all our students. We also want to alleviate any chaos or unnecessary disruptions to the school day. That said, we have new signs posted about our policy. This policy is not to cause you inconvenience, but to stop some of the problems we have been running into. I have included a picture of the sign so you can see it. We thank you in advance for helping us maintain order and security for all our children.

    Check Out Policy

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  • A Message From Mrs. Kelly

    Posted by WES on 1/7/2020

    Welcome back to school and routines!  It's always nice to get back to what we know.  We are so excited about our new semester and the success it will bring.  Thank you for trusting us to care for and teach your child.  We are honored.

    As we begin the new year, here are a couple of wonderful articles that may help you.  Sometimes we get so caught up in life that we get overwhelmed and don't know where to turn.  These articles can give you a few tips on how to manage.  Be mindful that you may not agree with it all or you may say "right on."  Just take the bits that you feel will help you to parent the best.

    https://www.mother.ly/15-positive-ways-to-help-your-child-learn-to-manage-their-anger

    https://www.healthy-holistic-living.com/children-with-parents-who-are-addicted-to-their-cellphones-affect-childrens-development-according-to-scientist/

    https://www.weareteachers.com/school-discipline-failures/

    https://themilitarywifeandmom.com/raise-well-adjusted-kid/

    NOTE:  We will offer 2 more Chaperone Classes for those that may not have been able to attend at the beginning of the school year.  Remember, you may not chaperone a fielp trip, activity, or help in school if you have not attended a class.  We do not require this to aggravate you or to put any hardship on you.  We offer this so that we may put out students' best interest and safety first.  Thank you for understanding.  

    Friday, January 10th at 9am - school library - check in at the office first.

    Saturday, January 18th at 10am - school library - come directly to the library.

    REMINDER:  Tutoring begins again on the 14th of January.

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Welcome to

  • Wyandotte Elementary School Mission Statement:

    Wyandotte's staff will teach so that all students can learn.

     

     Picture of Books with Apple and Glasses

     

Character Counts!

  • February 24, 2020 - February 28, 2020

    Posted by Gidget Everitt on 2/21/2020

    Student: "Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world."  - Harriet Tubman

     

    Staff: "Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it."  -Marian Wright Edelman

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SMP CyberSAFE

  • Be Wary of Open Enrollment Scams

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 11/13/2019

    Two important deadlines are quickly approaching for adding or changing your health coverage if you use one of the following options: 

    • Medicare:  December 7
    • Affordable Care Act (ACA): December 15

    Gretchen Abraham from the FTC's Division of Consumer & Business Education has shared the following tips on the Federal Trade Commission's website to help you avoid being scammed:

    For Medicare:

    • There are no Medicare sales representatives. Anyone who tried to sell you Medicare insurance is a scammer. 
    • You do NOT have to join a prescription drug plan to keep your Medicare insurance. Medicare Part D is voluntary and has nothing to do with your regular Medicare coverage.
    • Telephone scammers posing as "official agents" may ask for personal information, offer free equipment or services, ask for a quick payment, or threaten you. Just hang up.
    • Help with Medicare is available at medicare.gov or 1-800-MEDICARE.

    For Affordable Care Act:

    • Compare plans and quality ratings at healthcare.gov, where you can also enroll.
    • This year, you can also sign up for an ACA plan directly with certain certified partners.  Make sure a company is on the Certified Partner list before giving them your information. 
    • After you apply for ACA, you may get a phone call from the Marketplace asking you to verify information or supply additional information. If you are unsure about trusting the caller, ask the representative to mail you a letter with instructions for completing your application.
    • Help for ACA is available from the Marketplace Call Center at 1-800-318-2596.  You can also meet with a local assistant in your community who will offer free assistance. Local assistance can be found through the Local Assistance tool.
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  • SMP CyberSAFE Archives

    Posted by Susan Dupre on 8/5/2019

    CyberSAFE
    See past postings at the SMP CyberSAFE archives page.

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