Our girls varsity soccer team, Section V, Class D champs, won their intersectional and regional games to move on to the State Championship games that begin on Saturday, November 11. The Lady Wildcats will play Eldred CSD at Homer CSD on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. The winner of that game will move forward to the final game for the state championship to be played on Sunday, November 12, at Homer CSD beginning at 10:00 a.m.
The District has prepared an Investment Plan that describes how Smart Schools Bond Act funds will be used to support technology upgrades. A public hearing will be held at the November 20, 2017 Board meeting to discuss this Plan. Click on this link to learn more about the Smart Schools Bond Act and to review the District's Plan.
The District's application for ESSA-funded programs is available for review by clicking on this link. This updated application process relates to the District's Title I (intervention services), Title IIA (professional development support), and Title III (services for English language learners) consolidated grant funding.
The District is undertaking a capital project that will protect the sustainability of our District’s physical assets. This project will ensure that both of our campuses will be able to support local, public education for generations to come without additional tax impact to the residents. The project includes but is not limited to: addressing issues with our physical plant including the replacement of boilers, ventilation systems, original electrical panels, and façade restoration at T. J. Connor Elementary and the Middle/High School, supporting an enhancement to the Middle/High School gymnasium with a floor and bleacher replacement and ceiling renovation; completing the renovation of the boys and girls locker rooms; and providing improvements to classroom spaces at T. J. Connor Elementary to support 21st century learning. Please visit our website at www.wheatland.k12.ny.us to stay informed about the capital project. The vote will occur on Thursday, December 14, 2017, from 7:00 a.m. until 9:00 p.m. at the Middle/High School. Public forums are scheduled for Tuesday, November 28, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at the Middle/High School Auditorium and Tuesday, December 5, 2017, at 7:00 p.m. at T. J. Connor on the third floor in the Board of Education Conference Room. A capital project newsletter will be sent to your homes in November with more information.
One of our Board of Education goals relates to community outreach, and providing our parents and community with information so they are well informed. We have launched our Electronic Newsletter to support this goal. The Electronic Newsletter is available biweekly, and includes current news from our schools. Current issues are available on our website in our Quick
Congratulations to our PTA
The PTA has created an online store that provides:
Three of our Varsity teams have begun sectional play with great success. The Girls Volleyball team opened sectionals with an impressive win over Bolivar-Richburg. The team downed the Wolverines in 4 sets. The girls will now travel to Lyons to try to upset the top seeded team in Class D.
Mrs. Soule’s seventh-grade English Language Arts classes had the opportunity to attend a live stream event at Monroe Community College with Linda Sue Park and Salva Dut, author and subject of A Long Walk to Water. Linda Sue and Salva spoke on many important topics,
ach year musicians entering grades seven and eight audition into a select ensemble called the ‘Hochstein Junior Wind Symphony’ through the Hochstein School of Music. Students participate in this ensemble from all over Monroe and surrounding counties. This year we were very fortunate to have seven students from Wheatland-Chili chosen for this ensemble. Congratulations to the following students for their performance in
On Sunday, October 15, Team WCFT walked in the Rochester Breast Cancer walk at Frontier Field.
The Wheatland-Chili Central School District community is committed to academic excellence which empowers all individuals to become motivated learners and challenges them to excel as citizens in a global society.