Lincoln Elementary News
Dr. Hill, Superintendent, will hold an Intradistrict Open Enrollment (K-4 elementary choice for residents of Wadsworth) meeting on Monday, May 4, at 7 p.m., in the Charles R. Parsons Administration Building, 524 Broad Street. Parents who are interested in Intradistrict Open Enrollment for students in kindergarten through fourth grade for the 2015-16 school year are invited to attend this informational meeting.
Intradistrict Open Enrollment forms will be available starting Friday, May 1, in the administration building, school offices, or on the district website (Parent Information, Open Enrollment). Completed packets will only be accepted beginning May 15 through May 29, from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Charles R. Parsons Administration Building, 524 Broad Street.
Please help us collect some basic information so that we can communicate via email with you throughout the year. If you have not done so, please click HERE to complete this online form. This form is separate from the Emergency Medical Form. Please be sure to complete the form separately for each child attending Lincoln.
Lincoln WHYS will be hosting a Lego club for grades K-2 starting October 9th at 8:15 am (grades 3 and 4 will be starting in January). Lego sets and instructions will be provided. We will have some structured and unstructured play and building areas so your child can play and build as they wish.
The Lego Club will be held every Friday morning at 8:15 am in the Lincoln Cafeteria October 9th through November 20th.
Click HERE to download the permission slip. Please fill out the bottom half of the permission form for your child to attend.
During the week of October 5 - October 9, we will be hosting a Grandparent's luncheon for any grandparents who would like to have lunch with their grandchild.
Click HERE for a copy of the lunch order form and schedule. We will also be having our annual book fair. Please join us for lunch and visit the book fair with your grandchild.
The following information is being shared by the City of Wadsworth and our school district as a continued effort to raise awareness of the heroin/opiate epidemic impacting our community.
LET'S KEEP TALKING
Did you know 90 percent of addictions start in the teen years? (2012 CASA Findings) Adolescence is the critical development time to talk about, stop, or address addictions. Action by parents, family, and friends is essential. Addiction is a complex brain disease. Learn how to have better conversations with your teen, be a better listener, and build a stronger bond. Encourage healthy risks, and find out how much you really know about their friends.
This is an opportunity for students and families or students and friends to create a cardboard creation. Bring your creations to the WMS cafeteria on Saturday, October 10, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. to share and see other awesome creations! Creations should focus on the following categories and should include ONLY cardboard (i.e. boxes, tubes,etc.), Elmer’s glue and/or duct tape. The creations should fit through a standard size doorway.
- Wearables (i.e. things you can wear made of cardboard)
- Buildings and Structures
- Vehicles and Transportation
The message below was sent out via email from Dr. Hill, Superintendent, on Friday, September 25, at 9 a.m. If you are not receiving informational emails from Dr. Hill, please email shall [at] wadsworthschools [dot] org if you wish to be included in the community email database.
The Wadsworth City School District Board of Education will hold a special meeting on September 29 at 8:00 a.m. in the PD Room of the Charles R. Parsons Administration Building. The purpose of the meeting is to adopt FY15 permanent appropriations and the amended certificate of revenue, to complete a self-evaluation of the Board of Education, and any other business that may come before the Board.
The following information is being shared by the City of Wadsworth and our school district as part of our effort to raise awareness of the heroin/opiate epidemic impacting our community.
Heroin & Opioid Awareness Campaign
The 2014-2015 Quality Profile for the Wadsworth City School District can be found by clicking here. A successful school district places a high degree of importance on ensuring that all children have the opportunity to reach their fullest potential inside and outside the classroom. This profile helps characterize the overall educational value of
We need your input! Wadsworth City Schools has begun the process of creating a new five (5) year continuous improvement plan for our school district. As part of the planning process, we are gathering information through a brief survey, found by clicking here. The feedback you provide will help us as we plan together for the future of our school district. Thank you for your help.
Wadsworth City Schools is excited to welcome the class of 2028! If your child will be 5 years old by September 30, please call Shelley Moore at 330.335.1316 for a registration packet and information on how to register. For parents/guardians who were unable to attend the Kindergarten meeting on Tuesday, February 17, please take a moment to review the information presented by clicking here.
Safety Town information can be found on this website by choosing Parent Information on the menu bar above and selecting on WHYS United.
Effective June 1, 2014, registration of all students, regardless of grade level, will be completed at the Charles R. Parsons Administration Building, 524 Broad Street (330-336-3571). Parents/Guardians registering their student(s) may complete the required paperwork (available online) and bring it to Mrs. Linda McCann, Dept. of Instruction, at the Charles R. Parsons Administration Building between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. For those parents without online access, forms will be available at the administration building. The enrollment brochure will provide information about the items needed for enrollment as well as useful information for all newly registered students. Welcome to Wadsworth City Schools!