A huge thank you to the Coolidge PTO for funding our recent Learnin’ The Ropes assembly. The students had a great time watching some great jump rope tricks and also learned some important lessons including teamwork, perseverance, and the importance of hard work in whatever you attempt in life.
To celebrate Fire Prevention Month, K-2 students enjoyed a visit from the Wyckoff Fire Department. We thank the Wyckoff Fire Department for reminding us about fire safety and prevention and for giving us a tour of the truck.
Safety and Security Reminder: When visiting the school, all parents must have a driver's license in order to sign in to our Lobby Guard System. After you sign in with your license the first time we can link a key fob to your name.
By now you should have signed up for a parent-teacher conference. If you have not, please reach out to your child’s homeroom teacher. Conferences take place on 11/2 and 11/16 (both minimum days with a 1:05 pm dismissal). All staff members are available for conferences on those days so feel free to reach out to them.
On Sunday evening, October 30, 2022, at 7:00 pm, the Wyckoff School District will run a test of the Emergency Alert System. Any parent or staff member that does not receive the test call should alert your school office on Monday so we can update your contact information accordingly.
Upcoming Parent Seminar
The Wyckoff PTO Coordinating Council will hold a seminar open to all WSD parents on Thursday, November 3rd at 9:15 am at Coolidge School. The guest presenter will be former state trooper and current RIH School Safety Specialist Charlie Wolff. Mr. Wolff will speak to PreK- 8th-grade parents on the topics of student safety and substance abuse prevention.
When: Thursday, November 3rd at 9:15 AM
Where: Coolidge School MPR (enter and sign in with your license via the main office)
Our Halloween Parade will take place at 2:30 pm on 10/31. Students will exit the front doors and parade around the school in the direction of the upper blacktop. After passing the upper blacktop a second time, students can gather for a quick photo opportunity with their classes on the lower blacktop or on the field.
As there will be a lot of parents on hand, please be sure to plan enough time so you can park safely and legally. Once the lot is filled you will need to park in the streets adjacent to the school. Please be considerate of our neighbors on these streets.
K-1 students may wear their costumes to school in the morning. Students in grades 2-5 are asked to bring their costumes to school and change into them after lunch. If it is easier for 2-5 students to wear part of their costume to school that is fine as long as they are able to safely navigate around.
Class parents will be joining classrooms at some point during the day to engage the students with a fun game, activity, or craft. No food will be served in school. We ask parents not to send in any treats or goodie bags (edible or non-edible) with their children as teachers are not permitted to distribute those to the students.
DATES TO REMEMBER
Minimum Days for Parent/Teacher Conferences- 11/2 and 11/16
Fourth Grade Field Trip- 11/17
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