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Chairman of the Board of Education Christine Finkelstein and Assistant Superintendent Chuck Smith accept a check for $10,000 from the Wilton Education Foundation. The donation is to support professional development within the district. From left to right, Brian Ladewig, co-chair of WEF; Dr Chuck Smith, Assistant Superintendent WPS; Christine Finkelstein, Chairman of the Board of Education; Jim Kineon, Board of Education Liaison for WEF.
Wilton High School is proud to announce that three students have qualified as semifinalists in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Competition: Mia Ruefenacht, James Trentos, and Michael Wallace!
There are also 23 National Merit Commended Students at WHS: Tor Aronson, Cameron Berg, Jenna Brameier, Nicole Case, Jessica Highland, Jonah Hirsch, Lydia Claire Hoffman, David Keenan, Charles Li, Emilie McCann, Morgan McCormick, Michael McElroy, Andrew Noonan, Eve Ogdon, Ethan Reichgut, Chandler Scheurkogel, Ishani Shah, Sibhinandan Kumaran, Spencer Thors, Emily Torkelson, Duncan Vogel, Albert Wei, and Jason Welch. Congratulations to all!
- Parent Meeting
LISTENING TO THE VOICES OF THE COMMUNITY
A TOWN HALL STYLE MEETING RE: STUDENT SERVICES IN THE WILTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
AN EVENING WITH ANDREA LEONARDI,
ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT FOR STUDENT SERVICES, WILTON PUBLIC SCHOOLS
DATE NOVEMBER 13, 2017
TIME 7:00-9:00 PM
THE ZELLNER GALLERY, WILTON HIGH SCHOOL 395 DANBURY ROAD, WILTON, CONNECTICUT
Please join us for an opportunity to meet and discuss student services with the new Assistant Superintendent of Schools for Student Services. This forum will allow you to discuss ideas about what is working, what are our challenges, and how we can work together to improve outcomes for our children.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: LORI GODIN AT 203-762-3381 EXT 8312
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Today in Advisory the students engaged in a discussion of the events around the Florida School Shooting. Click on this link to see the discussion that was had. In addition students were invited to join the following:
We just received the following:
A history teacher from Parkland, Florida is collecting letters to show support for students with love and hope when they return to school. If you would like to send letters of encouragement, please send to:
Majory Stonemen Douglas High School
5901 Pine Island Road
Parkland Florida, 33706
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