Wilson School District has annually supported the United Way of Berks County’s Campaign – which is one way we create real change in our community. This year, to show our support of the United Way, we are having a Wilson Day of Caring on Monday, October 24. All Wilson employees can participate in a Jeans Day to benefit Wilson’s United Way Campaign and show their support. Throughout the week of October 24, Wilson students, faculty and staff can donate items to support United Way agency partners including Berks Encore, Berks Women in Crisis and The Children’s Home of Reading. This extends our support to the United Way beyond Wilson employees and will provide an opportunity for our Wilson students to learn how the United Way benefits Berks County. Please click here to see a list of items you can donate. Bins will be located in building offices where faculty, staff, students and parents can drop off donations. Contributing to United Way is an effective way to make a difference in our community, as the organization tackles key issues within the focus areas of education, income, health and safety net services. Each year, more than 100,000 local people receive help through United Way programs. To watch this year's United Way of Berks County Campaign Video, please click here.
Emergency Contact and Health Info Collection (Skyward Family Access)
New for the 2016-17 school year is our online process for retrieving critical emergency contact and health information. This process has been streamlined by making use of our Skyward Family Access system. After logging into Family Access, you now have the ability to complete this process for all of your children. Please check out our quick video tutorial by clicking the link below to gain a better understanding of how this process works.
Effective for the 2016-2017 school year, all students in grades 6-12, except those who qualify for the National School Lunch Program, are asked to pay a $20.00 yearly technology insurance fee. Those students who qualify for the National School Lunch Program are asked to pay $10.00 yearly, and must be qualified for the program as of August 1st. This fee can be paid by making a check made payable to the Wilson School District or, starting August 1st, using family access. All checks should have your child's name written on them and should be mailed to the building office attn: Building Technology Assistant . Families who choose to not purchase the insurance will be responsible for the full costs of repair or replacement for any damage incurred. The 2016-2017 Chromebook Repair Cost Schedule can be found here. Please contact the building office for details.