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Welcome, Wing Luke Elementary Parents/Guardians:
Welcome, Wing Luke Elementary Parents/Guardians:
|Welcome to Wing Luke Elementary School for the 2014-15 school year. We are proud of our successes and look forward to another exciting and productive school year. Our focus is to exceed our past years’ accomplishments in all academic subjects. This goal can be achieved only with your continued support. We value your input and look forward to a quality home-school working relationship in order to continue with our successes. We hope you are able to visit us often.|
School Hours: 9:30 - 3:40
School Trimester Calendar:
09/03/14-12/05/14= 64 days "You will receive your child's report card during P/T Conference Week in Nov."
12/08/14-03/20/15= 57 days "You will receive your child's report card on April 1st."
03/23/15-06/15/15= 56 days = 177 days "You will receive your child's report card on June 15th."
THE DAILY ROUTINE FOR STUDENTS:
- Students who eat breakfast in school should arrive at 9:00 a.m. to Cafeteria.
- Students who do not eat breakfast should arrive at 9:20 a.m. to Cafeteria
- Teachers meet students at each Pod door at 9:30 a.m.
- Class begins promptly at 9:30 a.m. Any student not in their seat and ready to learn after 9:30 a.m. bell will be considered late, with few exceptions.
All students will be served free breakfast. Based upon income eligibility, school-provided lunch will be free, reduced, or full price. Students can bring their own lunch from home.
- All students are dismissed at 3:40 p.m.
- All students are dismissed through their Pod door.
- Family members wait outside Pod door at the 3:40 bell.
- All children are required to have a written note with signature from parents/guardians, if there is a change in the after-school routine, such as riding a different bus or being picked up by other family members. These arrangements cannot be made last minute.
STUDENT ATTIRE/DRESS CODE
Students should dress appropriately for a school setting. No bare shoulders. No sagging pants. No open-toe shoes/flip-flops. Sneakers must always be worn for physical education classes. Friday is Spirit Day and students are encouraged to wear the traditional red color.
STUDENT ABSENCES - Parents are requested to report daily absences to the office at (206) 252-7630.
DAILY ASSIGNMENTS – Students in Kindergarten through 5th grade are required to complete their daily assignments. Please encourage your child to complete their required assignments by providing a specific place, without television and with as few distractions as possible. Check and praise your child for their hard work. Please support them by making sure that their assignments are in their backpack ready to be turned in the following day.
CLASSROOM VISITATIONS - Parents are invited to visit their child’s classroom teacher before or after school or by appointment. Please ask teacher if you would like to sit in the classroom.
FOCUS - Our focus this year is to incorporate more academic rigor in our instructional programs. We hope to increase the number of high achieving students who qualify for Seattle Public Schools Academically Gifted program, Spectrum, as we believe all students can achieve high standards of learning. When students learn in a safe and nurturing environment, they will strive to attain exceptionally high levels of academic achievement. Wing Luke considers ourselves lucky to educate students from many different cultures, backgrounds, and varying academic levels. We will strive to give each student the opportunity to achieve success in all of his/her endeavors at school.
We understand that everyone needs to work in a safe and secure environment. Parents and students are encouraged to support Wing Luke’s “Code of Behavior.” With everyone’s support and compliance, our students and teachers will be able to work in an environment that encourages learning and academic growth.
Family involvement is an important part of every student’s success. We are committed to working with you and your family to create an excellent education for your child. If you would like to talk about the upcoming year or become involved at Wing Luke Elementary, please contact me. I can be reached by telephone at (206) 252-7630 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are looking forward to a wonderful year at Wing Luke Elementary School. It takes a cohesive, well-tuned team to be successful. Let’s make this the best year ever, by working together for our students!
Dr. Davy Muth, Principal
Wing Luke Elementary School
"A high achieving, multi-cultural community for learning"