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Go to the Apple Store or Google Play, search Wheatland-Chili Schools, then download and install the Mobile App to your smartphone. Once installed on your phone, check out the Digital Stream, Calendar icons, or log into Schooltool, view lunch menus, or connect with us on Facebook and Twitter. Parents can also log in to your child’s My School Bucks account and more. Use this smart link then select the download you need for your phone: https://wheatland.parentlink.net/smartlink/
2018-2019 Wheatland-Chili Code of Character, Conduct, and Support
The goal of the 2018-2019 Wheatland-Chili Code of Character, Conduct, and Support is to ensure all students' right to an education in a safe, civil, caring and supportive learning environment.
The updated Code of Character, Conduct, and Support was developed in partnership with key stakeholders including parents, teachers, district and school administrators, union representatives, external service providers, and community leaders. It was approved by the Board of Education on April 23, 2018.
We thank you for your support as we all work together to assure all students meet the high expectation for behavior we have established in the Wheatland-Chili Code of Character, Conduct, and Support.
A copy is available on the website at: /site/Default.aspx?PageID=2934
If you are a Wheatland-Chili graduate and would like to share the story of your accomplishments and how WCCSD helped you achieve your success, please email Deborah_Leh@wheatland.k12.ny.us with details. You may consider sharing the story of your military service, the college you attended and how it led to a successful career, how WEMOCO provided the foundation for your career choice, etc. Help us inspire our current Wheatland-Chili students by sharing your stories.
Wheatland-Chili graduates are invited to attend the 2018-2019 Senior Holiday Tea to visit with current seniors. The tea will be held on Thursday, December 20, 2018 at 1:45 p.m. at the Wheatland-Chili Middle School/High School Library. The purpose of this event is for graduates to share insights from their transition to college or employment with current students.
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 Links
Students in Pauline Emelson’s fourth-grade class and Geoffrey Carvill’s fifth-grade class joined 900 students from 36 school districts on a field trip to the first-ever Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM) Fest held at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center as part of the Maker Faire.
Help make a difference in the community by donating gloves, mittens, scarfs, and hats to those in need of a little extra warmth. Boxes will be located at the Middle School/High School, T. J. Connor Elementary, and at the Winter Music Concerts. Donations will go to local families. Donations accepted until December 18th. Collection boxes are located at the High School, Middle School and T. J. Connor Elementary Please note: Boxes will be available at the Winter Music Concerts
Three Wheatland-Chili seventh-graders and one fifth-grader are members of an all-girl For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Lego League Robotics Team. They attended the FIRST Lego League regional qualifier held at the Spencerport Central School District. The Hippie Pandas team won the award for highest robot score with a match score of 155 and the third highest score was once again the Hippie Pandas with a match score of 123. The Hippie Pandas won the Chairman’s Award as the team with the highest combination of all three attributes of
Wheatland-Chili High School students in Denise Hourihan’s career and financial literacy classes were recognized with a Blue Star School award for exceptional performance on the national W!se Financial Literacy test. To earn the coveted Blue Star School award, a school
Guest presenters Danielle D’Onofrio and Michelle Camarata, outreach and education specialists of Restore, spoke with students in Health and FACS classes about personal health, safety, and development as it relates to sexual abuse or assault. Each presentation was specific to the age and grade level with a focus on restoration.
T. J. Connor students focused on the trait of “Being Responsible.” Teachers watched students throughout the month who were consistently displaying our Wildcat Way of Being Responsible and then nominated these students as the Wildcats of the Month from their classroom.
During music classes, students demonstrate the “Wildcat Ways” by displaying the following behaviors: Making good choices, Using kind words, Showing respect, Involving yourself, Caring for the room and instruments. At the end of each class, students work together to reflect
The winter sports season has kicked off with regular season play. The boys basketball team will look to improve on a season of rebuilding. The boys return the majority of its team from last year and have added a couple of additions that should make for an exciting season. The boys will play at home on December 8 vs. Early College Prep. The girls also return much of their lineup from a team
11:20 AM Elementary Early Dismissal
7:00 PM Middle School Winter Concert
5:30 PM Audit Committee Meeting
7:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
7:00 PM Gr. 5 Winter Concert
1:45 PM Holiday Senior Tea
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.