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  • Social Media, Gaming & Tech Addiction

     

    How can families support their teens through these challenging issues? 

    Thursday, March 30, 2017, at 6:30 PM in the Wilson West Middle School Auditorium.

    To RSVP, please Click Here.

    The 90-minute award-winning film, SCREENAGERS, probes into the vulnerable corners of family life in a digital age. Through surprising insights from authors and brain scientists, solutions emerge on how we can empower kids to best navigate these challenges. SCREENAGERS reveals how screen time impacts kids' development and also offers solutions on how adults can empower their children to best navigate the digital world to find balance.

    Screenagers

    Wilson School District is pleased to offer families the opportunity to view the film SCREENAGERS on Thursday, March 30, 2017, at 6:30 PM in the Wilson West Middle School Auditorium. See the movie trailer HERE. Screenings are available only through community events such as this. At the conclusion of the film, a panel welcomes questions and thoughts for discussion with our community.

    The mental health and wellness of our teens is an issue for today's families here in Wilson and beyond. To RSVP, please Click Here. We look forward to you joining us for participation in this relevant conversation.


     

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  •  Graduation

    At a meeting on March 6th, the Wilson School Board approved the recommendation to move the commencement ceremony to Sunday, June 4 at 2:00 PM at the Santander Arena. Thank you to our students and their families for coming together in a time a contention to provide a recommendation which led to a solution that best meets the needs of our senior class. All students will receive ten tickets. 
     
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  •  New 1:1 Procedures for Fees and Damages
    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 using family access or by making a check made payable to the Wilson School District. 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.
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  • Student Resources & Forms 
    The student resources page on the High School website now contains a variety of digital forms that students can use to make appointments with their principals and school counselors.  In addition, students will be able to arrange locker repairs or request a locker location change. Students are encouraged to use the forms for their requests moving forward.
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  • Wilson High School Student Newspaper- The Paw Print
    Click here to view the Wilson High School Student Newspaper, The Paw Print. 
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  • Is Your Family Planning a Trip in 2016 - 2017?
    Families with children who will be in grades 9 - 11 during the 2016 - 2017 school year should avoid planning family trips due to Keystone Exams (Algebra I, Biology, and Literature) on the following testing windows:
     
    • May 15 - 26, 2017 (Algebra May 15 and 16, Literature May 17 and 18, Biology May 22 and 23)

    Students that are enrolled in Algebra I, Biology (all 11th graders), CP/Honors English 10 (all 10th graders), and any students that have not previously passed any of the aforementioned Keystone Exams are required to be in school during the testing windows. Please schedule family outings around these dates so that all students will be able to participate in these required state assessments. Students are not permitted excused absences during these testing windows. The Wilson School District appreciates past efforts of families to support their children at home to ensure they are in attendance on testing dates. This has resulted in Wilson High School continually being successful on state assessments as required by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) federal law. Please complete the following form for all trip requests: Non-School Sponsored Trip Form

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