Mr. Mannara traveled to Kansas City to take part in the annual AP Calculus scoring event. Mr. Mannara reports that the work was very hard, but that the experience and knowledge he gained will certainly help to improve his effectiveness as an AP Calculus teacher, and
After writing friendly letters to each other, T. J. Connor first graders took a trip to the Scottsville Post Office. While they were at the Post Office, they bought stamps for their letters
Due to the rainy weather, T. J. Connor students were not able to deliver their special kindness rocks on the scheduled date. However, buddy classrooms have been placing the rocks around Scottsville over the past two weeks.
On Monday, June 12, students enjoyed Field Day thanks to the hard work and organization of the PTA. During Field Day, students participated in nine stations: Obstacle Course, Rainbow Music Freeze, Three-Legged Relay, Hula Hoop/Sponge Pass Relay, Tug-of-War, Dunk Tank, Popsicle Break/Bubbles, Save the Ducky, and Spray Art. Students enjoyed the opportunity to
Students in Drawing/Painting Class, Computer Graphics, Photography and AP Studio Art displayed their artwork in the high school gym on May 30 and 31. At the awards presentation on May 30, Brianna Parker received the Senior Art Award,
The Wildcats' Athletic seasons came to a close on Tuesday, June 6, with the 51st Annual Lions Club Sports Awards night. This event, held in the gym this year, allows each Varsity coach a few moments to share the highlights from their season. Varsity letters, pins, and service bars are given out as well as awards for the "most promising," "most improved," and "most valuable" athlete for each sports program.
The Grades 5 -7 Marching Band held its first performance during the Scottsville Memorial Day Parade. The Marching Band entertained parade watchers by performing "Yankee Doodle," "Rock Point Five," and "Let’s Go Wheatland."
Once again, the Varsity Tennis team completed an undefeated season, being named the Genesee Region League Champions as well as the Section V Class DD Champions. The Tennis team, under the direction of Head Coach Chris Peets, has earned a Sectional Championship in 2007 as well
In our region, there is a crisis of care among school-age children struggling with social and emotional learning. As a small district we are seeing the need for behavioral reinforcement efforts that assist students in making good choices.
Senior Connor Smith was recognized at the Monroe County Council of School Superintendents’ Dr. Michael C. O’Laughlin Outstanding Senior Recognition Dinner as the Outstanding Senior
The Junior/Senior Prom was held on Saturday, May 13, at the beautiful Brook-Lea Country Club. The students picked a Hollywood theme and enjoyed
Please take a moment to visit the High School Foyer and look at our Hometown Hero's Board.
Fourteen sixth-grade students from Ms. Mitchell’s math class will be participating in the 24 Challenge Tournament against Livonia on Thursday, June 8
SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) invited juniors and seniors to the “Think Before You Drive” assembly. “Think Before You Drive” is a live presentation, which tells the story of Justin Randall’s life before and since the alcohol-related car crash he survived when he was 21 years old.
As our final Wildcat Ways event, T. J. Connor students and staff participated in The Kindness Rocks Project. The goal of this project is to inspire others through randomly placed rocks that display positive messages.
Third graders took an exciting trip to the Rochester Museum and Science Center. Thanks to the Wheatland-Chili School District and a generous grant from the museum,
As part of the annual T. J. Reading Incentive program, special guests were invited to T. J. Connor to share their love of reading. Last Wednesday, retired teachers and administrators visited classes to read stories to the students. In keeping with our baseball theme, there was a “retired jersey” signed by students displayed in the front hallway to honor our special guests.
T. J. Connor’s Fifth-Grade Band and Fourth- and Fifth-Grade Chorus performed two concerts last week. During the day they entertained
Congratulations to Leslie Noble, a junior at Wheatland-Chili High School, for winning an essay contest sponsored by Junior Achievement. Students in Mrs. Hourihan’s Entrepreneurship and Marketing class submitted essays for the Turning Points 2 competition.
This year Wheatland Chili was selected for "2017 Best Communities for Music Education."
Wheatland-Chili High School has earned a spot on the "100 Best W!se High Schools Teaching Personal Finance" national ranking released by Working in Support of Education (W!se), a NYC-based educational not-for-profit focused on promoting student financial literacy nationwide
Mrs. Greene’s students are participating in a reading challenge until the end of the school year.
The Wheatland-Chili Central School District Board of Education has established "Graduates of Excellence" to honor Wheatland-Chili alumni who have distinguished themselves through their work, their community service and/or their outstanding character. The program recognizes selected individuals by highlighting the choices they have made in their lives
Mrs. Bayer’s third-grade students completed their second "Genius Hour" project. During Genius Hour students explore their own passions and develop
T. J. Connor first graders spent a day learning about rabbits. They read stories and wrote nonfiction books about rabbits.
The Spring season started slowly this year due to the late-Winter wind storm and snow storm.
On April 25, Wheatland-Chili business students participated in the 8th annual Titan of Business competition, sponsored by Junior Achievement. In this online simulation, students compete against teams from
Mrs. Hourihan's Entrepreneurship and Marketing class has created a company called Wheatland Wear to sell Wheatland-Chili clothing
An up-to-date schedule of games is available by visiting http://www.geneseeregionaa.org and clicking on the "Wheatland-Chili" tab. Any schedule changes or location changes are reflected immediately on this website, and users can even sign up for text message notifications of athletic changes.
On Wednesday, April 12, students had the opportunity to show off all their hard work at our annual Spring Open House.
Mrs. Savage’s art students are excited and proud to have their artwork on exhibit.
On Thursday, March 30, the gymnasium was once again packed as students and faculty cheered on their favorite players during the annual
The Spring sports season began on March 6 for the Varsity and JV levels of competition. Although the season has had a bit of a fragmented start due to the inclement weather, our teams have
The T. J. Connor Storytellers held their annual Poetry Coffee House performance. The evening began by
Students in kindergarten and fourth grade have begun their first Project Lead the Way module.
At a recent Wildcat Ways Assembly, T. J. Connor students learned about the importance of kindness and how to give and accept complements.
On Thursday, March 2, music students in grades 4 through 12 performed in our annual District Concert. The Fifth-Grade Band
Members of the Ski Club spent some time this past winter break skiing at Holiday Valley.
Wednesday Night families came back to T.J.Connor in their pajames
The Winter Sports Season has come to a close at Wheatland-Chili. Varsity and JV Spring sport practices will start on Monday, March 6, and Modified level practices will begin on April 4.
Grade 6-12 art teachers in the Rochester-Finger Lakes area are invited to submit two pieces of artwork for the Middle School and High School Art Exhibition.
The Middle School Student council (MSSC) is proud to support the Wildcat Ways and the reward program.
The students in Ms. Mitchell's sixth grade science class had a blast creating their own model volcanoes
All students at T.J. Connor had the opportunity to visit the STRALAB.
T.J. Connor's third-,fourth-, and fifth-grade students
Topic 4 Study Strategies to Encourage Student Success
Mrs. Bayer's third graders have been learning about creative thinking
The Wildcats are mourning the loss of our Boys Varsity Soccer coach Mike Skivington
Join us Feb 2 from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm. Tickets available
An elementary grade configuration ad hoc committee was
The Interact Bluc, along with the Lions Club, Rotary Club, and Crosstex SPS
The members of the Interact Club visited the New Start Kitty Shelter in Castile
When inclement weather, or any other emergency situation, forces the closing of District schools, the
The Hippie Pandas won at local Competition heading to World Competition
Recent graduates share their knowledge with current seniors
Kudos to our students and teachers for another great concert series
Wheatland-Chili students joined students around the county to talk about issues affecting race relations during a Summit on Race.
Fifty elementary student scientist demonstrated their scientific knowledge
They became the State Champions after an exciting Final Four Weekend
November 7 marked the official beginning to the Winter sports season
On Thursday afternoon, the entire student body from Kindergarten through 12th grade
The Girls' Varsity Soccer Team continues to meet success
Mrs. Farrell's kindergarten and Mrs. Watson's fifth graders have been working together
Members of both the Scottsville Rotary Club and the Monroe South Rotary Club
The end of the first quarter is a great time for parents
T.J. Connor students also celebrated Red Ribbon Week to take a stand against drug use.
The Secondary School celebrated Red Ribbon Week