Please see the attached list for a selection of suggested summer reading for all ages. We ask that middle and high school students read at least one book from the appropriate grade-level list, and high school students taking honors or dual enrollment courses should read a second novel of their choosing (whether on the suggestedContinue reading “Suggested Summer Reading”
Supply lists for the 2021-2022 school year are now available. See the attached files to print the supply lists for your student(s). We have also partnered with The Pencil Box to offer you pre-packaged school supply kits that match the supply lists given by our teachers. Kits will be delivered to the school during theContinue reading “School Supply Lists Available”
Field Day is coming up on Friday, May 7. Elementary and middle school classes will be participating in field day activities during the morning, while high school school students will be helping run the event. High school students will be paired with younger classes to assist young students with the activities. Due to popular demand,Continue reading “Field Day Schedule”
Yesterday evening, we received our official certificate of occupancy for the new STEM building! We’re busy today unpacking, stocking the labs, and prepping the area to start holding classes in the new lab spaces soon. Students from kindergarten all the way through high school will tour the new building next week. More details to comeContinue reading “Moving In!”
Dear Parents: Achievement Tests are coming up soon. Achievement Tests will take place on March 15-17 for all students in first grade through ninth grades. The purpose of this letter is to inform you about the tests, so that – with your support and encouragement – your child will do his or her best onContinue reading “Achievement Testing”
What is the annual fund? The annual fund is our annual fundraising goal to cover expenses and extras that are beyond the operating expenses covered by tuition. Just in the last two years, the annual fund has paid for things like: Addition of smart boards for classrooms that did not have one Upgrades to theContinue reading “Annual Fund Challenge”
The NC Opportunity Scholarship has made some changes to eligibility levels that some of our families might benefit from. Please see the information below from the North Carolina State Education Assistance Authority (NCSEAA) concerning these changes. Dear K12 Nonpublic Schools: The 2020 COVID-19 Recovery Act changes certain eligibility requirements for the Opportunity Scholarship Program. ThisContinue reading “Opportunity Scholarship Changes”
Registration for youth soccer is now open! The WCS youth sports league is not limited to WCS students. Feel free to pass this information along to anybody you know who might be interested in signing their children up to play soccer this fall. Questions about youth sports may be directed to Travis Stigge at firstname.lastname@example.org.Continue reading “Youth Sports Registration”
High school students and parents received a Chromebook contract via email last Friday. The signed contract must be returned to the office whether you choose to purchase insurance or not. The contract is due by September 30. You can find a copy of the contract at https://docs.google.com/document/d/1blPZZR2ZsyQHtYjxG7NR0O324rS3ZlfWL-YSZPgbMrM/edit?usp=sharing if you need to print another one.
Yearbook pictures will be taken on Friday, September 25, for grades Kindergarten-11th. Seniors will receive information about senior pictures. Picture proofs will be emailed to parents for purchase; the price list is included here, and you will have the option to purchase a digital download of your children’s photos this year also.