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    To our health care workers and first responders, we are here for you.  During this health emergency, your services are desperately needed, and you may find yourselves struggling to find care for your children.  Click on this link for information published from the YMCA about childcare openings.  Please also click on the following link for any support in the form of subsidies that you may need for childcare expenses:



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  • Update as of March 30 - Grab and Go Food Deliveries - Monday-Wednesday-Friday


    The distribution for all students began– Wednesday, March 18, and will continue through the school closure. Beginning  March 30 Food Ditribution will be three days a week: Monday, Wednesday, Friday – between the hours of 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Food will be distributed in the back of the Middle/High School in the parking lot by the soccer stadium. Follow the coned areas when you arrive. 


    Our food distribution has been expanded to include deliveries (Monday/Wednesday/Friday) as follows: Robert Quigley Drive (at the Club House) at 11:00 a.m. ; Ballantyne Road in the Park near ARC of Monroe at 11:30 a.m.; Nathaniel Drive at the rear of the drive at 12:00 p.m. and Bowerman Road Apartments at 12:30 p.m.


    You'll receive enough complete meals until the next Distribution for Breakfast and Lunch.  This will help reduce social interaction for our food service, transportation staff and families.


    Please let me know if you are in dire need of a food delivery to your home by calling 585.889.6247. Arrangements will be made for this support.


    Food Flyer with locations from text




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  • Monroe County Library System to Loan Mobile Hot Spots


    Update: Due to MCLS closure this resource is not available at this time.


    For Wheatland-Chili families who did not arrange for a mobile hot spot through the District and have now identified a need, the Monroe County Library System will have mobile hot spots for Internet available starting Friday. 


    Call Central Library (10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday) and use Curb Side Pick Up to get them. 


    The phone number to call and curb side directions are here:


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  • Desk Donation for Families

    If you are looking for a flat surface where your children can work during this health emergency, we can help.  With the purchase of new desks for T. J. Connor this year, we have excessed (through Board of Education action) previously used desks and chairs.  We have attempted to sell the desks in online auction sites and worked with agencies to arrange donations.  We do still have desks for donation to families.


    If you are interested in acquiring a desk and chair, please come to T. J. Connor at the back parking lot on Edson Street on Friday, March 20, 2020, between the hours of 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.  Staff will be available to help.  There will be no need for you to return the desks/chairs.


    When needs arise, we are working together to help you. 

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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

    The situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is constantly changing.  We have created an online webpage which will contain the most current information. You can access the webpage by clicking on this link

    There are a number of steps you and your children can take to reduce the spread of illness, including COVID-19, according to the State Department of Health:


    • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer, with at least 60% alcohol. Heavily soiled hands should be washed.
    • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth with unwashed hands.
    • Avoid close contact with people who are sick.
    • Stay home when you are sick.
    • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, then throw the tissue in the trash.
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.


    Information about the Coronavirus:


    • Incubation period of 14 days; symptoms usually develop within 5-7 days;
    • Virus is not airborne; you must be within six feet of someone with the virus to contract the virus.


    We will keep you advised of updated information.




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  • Change in 2019-2020 Calendar for Sixth Graders

    For many years, our sixth-graders have attended school on the Middle/High School schedule and have been out of school during the period of the Regents exams at the end of June each year.  The New York State Education Department updated regulations relating to school attendance and recently advised all school districts with a 6-12 configuration at the Middle/High School level that sixth graders must attend school for 180 actual days.  As background, students in grades seven through 12 remain able to count the Regents exam days (where they attend school only for Regents exams if appropriate) as a part of the 180-day count.  This exception is no longer available to sixth graders.


    This means that our sixth-grade students will attend school as follows in June 2020:


                Wednesday, June 17 – full day

                Thursday, June 18 – full day

                Friday, June 19 – full day

                Monday, June 22 – full day

                Tuesday, June 23 – sixth-grade early dismissal, 10:40 a.m.

                Wednesday, June 24 – sixth-grade early dismissal, 10:40 a.m.

                Thursday, June 25 – sixth-grade early dismissal, 10:40 a.m. – last day of
                 classes for sixth graders


    Transportation and food services will be provided on regular schedules.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided on full days, and breakfast only will be available on early release days.


    We are updating our online calendar with these changes and apologize for any inconvenience that this creates for your families in 2019-2020.  All future calendars will be prepared in this fashion. 

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Welcome to the MS/HS Homepage!


    Student Support Services during COVID19 Closure:

    We have all created google voice phone numbers that we will answer during the school hours.  Students can call or text those numbers.  We have also created an appointment booking site to allow for students or families to request appointments with any member of our mental health support team.  These resources are all found on our webpage as well.  If you would like additional information on coping with the pandemic of COVID-19, depression, anxiety, or any other mental health concern please reach out and we can share any relevant information.


    Lyndsay Keipper – School social worker – 585-204-6718

    Andrea House – 10th-12th grade School Counselor – 585-204-7422

    Karen Adams – School Psychologist – 585-204-7279

    Kara Hiltz – 6th-9th grade School Counselor -585-204-6796


    Graduation Speaker (Student) Information:

    Information on the criteria and process for selecting student graduation day speakers can be accessed by clicking here.


    Laptop Device Protection Plan:

    Enclosed with the mailing of the Code of Character, Conduct and Support parent sign-off was sign-up information for the laptop device protection plan.  The actual plan with related information is available here.


    A message from Mr. Windover, 6-12 Principal

    Hello and welcome to our school’s homepage. I hope that you view this website as a valuable tool in learning more about our school and the ways in which we strive to meet our students' needs. Be on the lookout for updates and modifications as the district as a whole continues its efforts in seeing that this is a dynamic site.


    Please be sure to also spend time navigating the section that is specific to the development and planning for the implementation of the recalibrated Code of Character, Conduct and Support.  You can find materials related to the Code by clicking on the district homepage, and by following the links under "Our District" and "Code of Conduct" or by clicking below:


    Code of Character, Conduct and Support


    This Code was developed in partnership with key stakeholders including parents, teachers, district and school administrators, union representatives, external service providers and community leaders.  Implementation of the recalibrated Code began in 2018-2019 and will be a continued focus in the 2019-2020 school year.  Specifically, we will look to better match restorative actions with school sanctions, as well as seek to improve upon culturally responsive practices.


    Regular, productive and meaningful communication between all school stakeholders is an integral component of our success. Please feel free to reach out to me either by phone, email or by stepping into the office so that we can discuss the many ways in which we can work to support our children.  Further, it is important that you have updated your email address with our school and be sure to check our Twitter feed often as updates and information are often posted to this resource.


    Again, thank you for visiting our school’s webpage and be sure to visit back often!

  • Free Summer Opportunity for Ninth– and Tenth-graders

    This free summer opportunity is open to all incoming ninth and tenth graders who have completed Algebra 1. Apply by May 1. The application is now open. Apply today at https:// SV_0DrZKK7oxOu2max. Students can gain experience with advanced/smart manufacturing, CNC Machining, mills, lathes, blueprint reading, CAD/CAM, and earn three MCC College credits for FREE. The Summer Advanced Manufacturing Experience (SAME) is July 6– 24, 2020 at the WEMOCO Career and Technical Education Center at 3589 Big Ridge Road, Spencerport. Students must provide their own transportation and lunch.

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  • Message from the Superintendent

    As promised, I am checking in with you each Friday to provide updated information on our school closing for your planning. Today, Governor Cuomo directed all schools to be closed for two additional weeks with a return date to school of Wednesday, April 15, 2020. I will continue to keep you updated on the status of our closure.

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  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

    The situation with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) is constantly changing. We have created an online webpage which will contain the most current information.

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  • POSTPONED: Wheatland-Chili Drama Club presents Sister Act – A Divine Musical Comedy

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  • Superintendent Search Information - March 26 Date Postponed

    Dear Wheatland-Chili Central School District Community, UPDATE: Due to the continuing community health concerns regarding COVID-19, the Superintendent Search Community Forum originally scheduled for Thursday, March 26, 2020 is postponed. It will be rescheduled at a later date and shared with the Wheatland-Chili community at that time.

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  • Wheatland-Chili Superintendent to Retire in June 2020

    Dr. Deb Leh, Superintendent of Wheatland-Chili CSD, will retire in June 2020, at the conclusion of the school year. In her over 30 years in education, she has served as a business teacher, the assistant superintendent of student learning at Clarkstown Central School District, and the assistant superintendent of instruction at the Greece Central School District. In addition, she taught in the community education and business management programs at Nazareth College as an adjunct professor; was the Coordinator of Work Experience and Supervisor of Alternative Education; and the Supervisor of Vocational Education for the Genesee Valley Education Partnership BOCES.

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District News

  • Library Resources Available to Students and Families

    A reminder that students and families have access to library resources such as SORA for ebooks, audio books, and educational and research materials. Be sure to visit the

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  • Update on State Assessments

    The New York State Education Department (NYSED) is suspending all NYS Elementary- and IntermediateLevel State Assessments for the remainder of the school year in response to the statewide closures of schools and districts to prevent the spread of COVID-19

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  • Links to Educational Resources

    Check out these educational links to learning fun with museums, art galleries, NASA and National Parks.

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  • T. J. Connor Mental Health Team

    The Mental Health team members at T. J. Connor are available to provide you with support. Please do not hesitate to contact us if your child or your family needs our assistance. We can provide you with resources, strategies for helping your child, and even virtual counseling sessions for students. The best way to contact us i

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  • Middle/High School Counseling and Student Support Services

    The MS/HS Counseling Department has created google voice phone numbers that will answer during the school hours. Students can call or text those numbers. There is also an appointment booking site to allow for students or families to request appointments with

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  • Technology Devices to Students

    Thank you to teachers, custodians, paraprofessionals, technology staff, Principal Murray and Assistant Principal Danielle Hoch for working together to get technology devices to T. J. Connor students

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  • Using Video Conferencing to Host BOE Meetings

    The Wheatland-Chili Central School District is using Zoom Video Conferencing to hold Board of Education meetings while the District is closed.

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  • Do You Need Assistance?

    We are here to help. Our District is a community resource. We work together with our town and village leaders. If your family is in need of assistance, please reach out to us and we will connect you with the person or organization to help you. If you are

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  • Sixth-graders Use zSpace to Explore

    Science teacher Greg Cost’s sixth-grade students are using zSpace to explore the solar system. zSpace is a hardware, software, and educational content solution that provides students with exploration and experiential learning opportunities through augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR). Students manipulate 3D models using an electronic stylus. Through the use of 3D glasses, visuals can be rotated and dissected to aid student understanding of class content.

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  • Senior Class Participates in a Panel Discussion

    “Students have been discussing and analyzing both the Constitution and the Amendments,” said social studies teacher Christopher Peets. “The idea of the panel discussion was to link their amendment rights to interpretation by people that have professional experiences with the Bill of Rights.”

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  • Student Photography on Display in Gallery

    Wheatland-Chili students Allison Wing, Brittney Pfenninger, Paige Smith, Aaryana Young, Eboni Colangelo, and Lee Pontillo in Val Savage’s Photography class will have their work on display at the Image City Photography Gallery for the Through the Student Lens annual photography show featuring the photographic work of high school students across Monroe County. This is the eleventh year that Image City has hosted this event and Wheatland-Chili students

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  • Science Fair held at T. J. Connor

    Students from kindergarten to fifth grade gathered on Saturday, March 7 with their families to participate in the fifth annual WCPTA sponsored T. J. Connor Science Fair. There were a variety of projects on catapults, density, and how a lava lamp works.College students from the U of R STEM

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