• 2015 Winter Concert Schedule 
    One sure sign that the holidays are quickly approaching is the start of the Holiday concert season.  The first performance will be held on Tuesday, December 1, and will conclude with the final concert on Friday, December 18.  Please Click Here for the complete concert schedule.
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  • Wilson School District Superintendent Search
    As the community is aware, after more than 30 years of service to the Wilson School District, Dr. Rudy Ruth has announced his retirement from the public school system. The Board is extremely grateful to Dr. Ruth for his leadership, dedication and commitment to the students, staff and community of the district. Now, the Board must begin the process of hiring a new superintendent to replace Dr. Ruth. In order to keep the community informed on the progress of the search, updates will be posted frequently. For updates on the Wilson School District's Superintendent Search, please click here. Superintendent Search Focus Groups will be held for Parents, Faculty, Staff, Community/Business Leaders, Senior Citizens & Alumni. For more information and to register for one of these sessions, please click here.
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  • 1st Quarter Report Cards
    Report cards will be visible through Skyward Family Access “Portfolio” tab beginning on the evening of Friday, November 6 for elementary and secondary students. If you have any questions about Skyward Family Access please contact your building secretary. Please click on the following link to view a brief tutorial on viewing the elementary report card. Elementary Report Card Tutorial.
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  • Wilson High School Distinguished Alumni
    The Wilson School District is currently accepting applications for Wilson's Distinguished Alumni. Nominees must have graduated from Wilson High School at least 15 years prior to nomination (2000 or prior), and have consistently demonstrated, both personally and professionally, excellence of academic endeavors, career experiences, and/or local, state or national community service.  Submission deadline is December 31, 2015. All applications will be reviewed by a committee. Selected Distinguished Alumni will be recognized at our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. For more information and to complete a nomination form, please click here.
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  • Elementary Reading Olympics
    Wilson School District is very excited to host the second Elementary Reading Olympics competition. Students in grades 4 and 5 can register for this event, which will be held on May 18, 2016! The students will be organized into teams and will collaborate to read the selected books.  The objective of Reading Olympics is to encourage our students to read a greater variety of books and to enjoy the excitement of reading and talking about books.  Please click here for a registration form.  For additional information, please feel free to contact Veronica Andes (Supervisor of Language Arts) or call 610-670-0180 ext. 1114.


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  • Leave Your Mark on Wilson

    Leave your mark on the Wilson High School campus for years to come by purchasing an engraved paver or tile!  Pavers are 8" x 8" and will be installed on Gurski Stadium Plaza inside the gates.  The tiles are 4" x 8" and will be installed in the Hallway of Fame in the renovated Snyder Natatorium.  Pavers and tiles can both be ordered with or without a graphic.  Pavers are $175 each and tiles are $100 each.  The deadline to order is January 15, 2016.  To place an order online, please visit or Click Here for an order form.  For questions, please contact the Kristin Kramer, Executive Director, Wilson Education Foundation at 610-670-0180 ext. 4842.   

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  • Statement from the Wilson School Board Oct. 19 Meeting 

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  • Update Regarding the Wilson Teacher Contract 
    The Wilson Board of Education and the Wilson Education Association (WEA) have been negotiating for several months in an effort to reach an “early bird” labor agreement.  On October 13, 2015, the Wilson Education Association rejected the below “final, best offer”.  Our goal is to reward the great work of our teachers and at the same time be considerate of our community members. 
    In an effort to keep our community informed, the following items were offered to WEA in that “final, best offer.” Please note: (TA) is tentative agreement; these items were already agreed-upon during earlier negotiations. 
    • 2-year contract (effective 7/1/15 through 6/30/17 (TA)
    • 3.5% increase to salary schedule in Year 1 at a cost of $969,854; 3.4% increase in Year 2 at a cost of $974,931 (Please click here to see the Proposed Salary Schedules). 
    • Increase first year teacher salary to $43,000 over a two-year contract {currently $41,168}
    • Continue a 13% premium share contribution from employees for both years of contract (TA)
      • Effective 7/1/15, employees contribute: 
        • $76.76/month if choosing Single Coverage 
        • $163.50/month for 2-Party Coverage
        • $222.61/month for Family Coverage 
    • Increase life insurance policy to $50,000/employee {currently $25,000} (TA) 
    • Increase Longevity bonus of $2,000 after an employee’s 27th year of service {currently 29thyear} (TA)
    • Increase amount paid to top step employees to $750 for both years of contract {currently $500} (TA)
    • Increase Section 125 Flex Spending option to $2,500/year {currently $2,000} (TA)
    • Increase unused sick days reimbursed at $50/day for up to 125 days upon retirement {currently $45/day for up to 100 days} (TA)
    • Increase the number of family illness days /year to 10 {currently 5} (TA)
    • Include Home & School Visitor certificated employees to bargaining unit (TA) 
    • Effective 6/30/17, district-paid medical benefits cease in June (rather than September) for new retirees (TA)
    • Effective 6/30/17, elimination of M+6 column; employees on that column will be grandfathered {Wilson currently has 12 columns on our salary schedule; the average for Berks County is 8} (TA)
    The Wilson Board of Education is committed to continue to work with our WEA to provide the best possible contract. We hope the contract can be resolved in a timely fashion in order to ensure our attention is focused on what is most important – educating our students.
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