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    Logo for WEF smarter than a 5th Grader
    Nicola Davies

    The Competition Returns on March 22nd. Here's how to get tickets.

    When: Friday, March 22, 2019
    Time: Doors open at 6:30 pm, show will start at 7 pm
    Where: Middlebrook Auditorium

    Mr Hossler and Students
    Nicola Davies
     

    Mr Hossler's Souper Bowl Challenge returned ahead of Sunday's Super Bowl showdown.

    Mr Hossler and Students

     Fifth Grade teacher Mr Hossler ran his Souper Bowl Challenge again this week. Returning for a fourth year, Cider Mill students were encouraged to bring to school a non-perishable item for the Wilton Food Pantry. The unique twist is that students use their item to vote for the team they want to see win the Super Bowl by placing it on one of two tables - one for the Patriots, and one for the Rams. In a surprising outcome, the Los Angeles Rams won the popular vote. Patriot fans disappointment was short lived, as the Pats. still managed to win the actual Superbowl. Wilton Food Pantry collected over 500 items from Cider Mill students.

    Mrs Lewis's Class on Dress Like a Rockstar day
    Nicola Davies

    Cider Mill students participated in another successful year of the Reading Rocks Fundraiser. 

    Mrs Lewis's Class on Dress Like a Rockstar day

    Reading Rocks rocked out for the 8th year in Wilton raising over $36,000 for the Wilton Educational Foundation. This annual fundraiser takes place at Cider Mill and Miller-Driscoll schools. It began with 'Dress Like A Rock Star' on January 18th,  when participating students make a personal reading pledge and supporters pledge money. The reading period concluded on February 2nd. Congratulations to Kent House who had the highest percentage of students participating in the challenge. Mr Gallo, 5th Grade Kent teacher achieved an astonishing 100% participation from his class.
     

    Jason Greasley

    We are pleased to announce that our some of our third grade students will be presenting their transdisciplinary learning on Native Americans to the Board of Education this Thursday night at 6:30p.m.   

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