T. J. Connor Elementary School recognizes that each child is an individual and that all children need to succeed. To this end, T. J. Connor establishes a culture of learning by providing an engaging and rigorous curriculum. The staff at T. J. Connor promotes the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical development of each child. Our small school setting, with its safe and supportive environment, empowers our students to become motivated learners and challenges them to excel.
Our long-awaited Middle/High School gymnasium renovation was highlighted at a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Friday, December 14, between the Junior Varsity and Varsity basketball games. At that time, we thanked our Board of Education and community members for their support of the project, and
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
Congratulations to Wheatland-Chili High School High Honor Roll students: Acacia Adams, Sarah Allen, Rachel Allen, Kristiana Ames, Michael Bauman, Hannah Beldue, Scout Brandes, Lindsey Clar, Ava Cody, Olivia Cross, Violette Dennis, Cassidy Donals, Raina Evans, Nathaniel Fals, William Gocher, Joseph Hicks, Janae Hooker, Angelo Iannucci, Connor Ingham, Madeline Jewell, Jacqueline Keister, Jenna LaMere, John Lynch, Rachel Lynch, Timothy Maurer, Rubie Maxwell, Alannah McLean, Travina Meeks, Allissa Merritt, Shayla Moore, Ella Murray, Olivia Murray, Andrew Nolan, Elijah Otto, Ian Orloff, Madeline Ozminkowski, Cassie Parker, Jacob Passmore, Brittney Pfenninger, Anthony Polisseni, Lindsey Post, Ryley St. Rose-Finear, Erik Schroeder, Madyson Sebastian, Abigail Smith, Madeline Spear, Jordan Spence, Zoe Schmieder, Shane Susuico, Brooke Thompson, Just’Hana Yawn-Gordon, Aaryana Young, Connor Wehle, Kevin Wehle, Allison Wing, and Abigail Winslow.
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.
5:30 PM Audit Committee Meeting
7:00 PM Board of Education Meeting
5:30 PM - 6:30 PM Family Math Night
11:20 AM Elementary Early Dismissal
6:30 PM Kindergarten Registration
10:00 AM Superintendent's Forum