We are excited to announce that we are now offering the convenience of online registration for athletic teams here at Wheatland-Chili through FamilyID (www.familyid.com). FamilyID is a secure registration platform that provides you with an easy, user-friendly way to register for our programs, and helps us to be more administratively efficient and environmentally responsible. When you register through FamilyID, the system keeps track of your information in your FamilyID profile. You enter your information only once for each family member for multiple uses and multiple programs. Important communications from the athletic department will come through this program as well.
***All students wishing to play must register through this process. Each portion of the registration process must be completed in order for an athlete to begin practice***
***Before you register, you will need to make sure that your child has an up-to-date physical that will be uploaded into their file***
The FamilyID link is available on the Middle/High School webpage under the Quick Links. You can access the Quick Link by clicking here.
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.
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: https://wheatland.parentlink.net/smartlink/
7:30 AM Urban Suburban Breakfast
5:00 PM Chat with the Superintendent
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM K-5 Family Picnic and Curriculum Night
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM Communications/Engagement Committee Meeting
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM MS Homecoming Dance
8:30 PM - 10:30 PM HS Homecoming Dance
10:00 AM - 11:59 PM Homecoming Parade & Community Celebration
7:00 PM - 11:59 PM Board of Education Meeting
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM College Night
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM College Night
8:25 AM - 11:59 PM Rochester Area Colleges Fair
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:
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!
Tax Bills will be mailed by September 1, 2019. If you have not received your bill after this date please either call the collector or visit the Monroe County Website at www.monroecounty.gov to print/view a copy of the 2019 School tax bill by clicking on the link on the right hand side of the home page under “top online services” that says “View/Pay Taxes Online”. Click to agree and then enter either property address or the tax id number.
On Tuesday, July 30, 2019, Brandon Clark was ready for his close up. The video crew adjusted the microphones and lighting as Brandon prepared to share his experiences with the TIES program. His interview will be part of an informational video about TIES commissioned by Starbridge.
Sophomore and junior Algebra and Chemistry students from Wheatland-Chili High School visited the CooperVision Scottsville manufacturing facility as part of the Monroe County Small Business Week initiative.