News & Announcements

Students vs. Parent Basketball Games

This Student vs. Parent Basketball Games are designed to provide WOLCS families with a chance to spend time together. We will be holding two events, 4-5th Grades on March 21st, & 6th-8th Grades on March 23rd, both events at 6:00PM. Click the title to view the flyers and print the Reserve slip to confirm your interest.
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Summer Packets

As many of you know the summer provides a much needed break from the rigors of school. However, research suggests that students can lose many of the skills acquired during the school year over the summer break if they do not continue to work on mastering these skills. In order to support continued learning and reduce summer learning loss, the literacy and math departments have provided assignments in both of these areas. For literacy students will continue to log steps for the 100 book challenge, complete a project related to one book, and write a summary of that book. For math, students will create a math dictionary to serve as a resource throughout the 2016-2017 school year. ***Both of these assignments are due the first week of school and will count of a grade.*** All children received a packet at the end of the school year with complete directions, if you are missing the packet it is available via the link below.
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WOLCS Families Being Involved (FBI) Parent Organization Membership

WOLCS is working to renew parent and family engagement efforts by energizing the Families Being Involved (FBI) parent organization. In the 2016-2017 school year we want to increase the FBI membership and get parents working directly with us in planning events and activities that celebrate student learning and achievement. We want to enhance school-home communications and also share with parents and guardians strategies they can adopt to support their children’s success in school.
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Background Clearances required for Volunteers

Protecting Pennsylvania’s children from abuse and neglect is a shared responsibility. It requires collaboration from the formal child protective services system, community partners and our citizens to provide local safety nets for children and families that are facing challenges within our communities and neighborhoods.

Recently, 24 pieces of legislation were enacted, changing how Pennsylvania responds to child abuse. These changes significantly impact the ability for volunteers, parents, and guardians who want to participate in school activities. As a school we need every person interested in working with our children to secure their background clearances.

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