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  • 2019-2020 District Calendar Available


    Click here for a copy of the 2019-2020 District calendar, approved by the Board of Education at the March 11, 2019 meeting.



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  • District Accountability


    New York State is required by the United States Department of Education to identify low performing schools.  This identification is based on test results from the annual grades three through eight and Regents assessments in English Language Arts, Math, and Science, as well as chronic absenteeism (absent 10% or more).  For high schools, the identification also includes social studies, graduation rates, and a new measure of college, career, and civic readiness.  Student participation in the three through eight assessments is a factor in the identification where participation is less than 95%.


    The accountability status of our schools and District is as follows:


    T. J. Connor Elementary School – Good Standing 2018-2019, Potential Targeted Support and Improvement School 2019-2020

    Middle/High School – Good Standing

    Wheatland-Chili Central School District – Target District


    This information was embargoed and not available for sharing until late in the day on Thursday, January 17.


    Our identification as a Target District relates to the performance of a small subgroup of our students (21 students) in grades three through five who sat for the assessments in English Language Arts and Math in 2017-2018.  This District designation results from the potential designation for T. J. Connor in 2019-2020.


    We have worked over the past years to support all of our students toward higher performance and will continue to do so.  All struggling students are supported through our strategic Response to Intervention Plan including academic and social and emotional support.  Students receive intensive individual interventions based on their needs.


    Attached is Five Things Every Parent Should Know about New York State’s Plan for the Every Student Succeeds Act for your reference.


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    Connect with Us and Download the Wheatland-Chili Mobile App

    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:

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  • Graduates Share Your Story


    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 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.

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TJC News

  • As you have likely noticed, T.J. Connor is under major construction this summer.  We are excited to see new floors, heating ventilators, cabinetry, desks, and chairs when school revs back up again in September.  Please note that the T.J. Connor main office has been relocated to the middle/high school main office.  You can find Dr. Murray, Mrs. Clement, and Mrs. Willard at the middle/high school from 8:00 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. each day.  You can still reach us at the same phone extensions.  We will transition back to home base at some point in August.


    We are also running our new Summer Reading Experience at the middle/high school.  Students who are part of this program will join us on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 8:30 to 10:00 A.M. July 8 through August 15th.


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  • USDA Free Summer Food Program Hosted by Our Neighboring District

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has partnered with our neighboring school District at Gates Chili to serve FREE meals. It’s food that’s in, while school is out. The other good news is that there are no income requirements, and no registration necessary. The Summer Food Program is fully funded by the USDA. Wheatland-Chili CSD families are welcome to participate in this program hosted by Gates Chili CSD. Any child 18 and under may come to eat. Meals must be eaten on site and parents/guardians may also purchase a meal for a nominal fee of $4 for lunch and $2 for breakfast. Transportation will not be provided to participate in the Summer School Food Service Program.

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