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Reminders:
-Pennies for Patients is collecting any donations now...please have your child bring in their coins/monies for donation in their collection box. (Jan. 28th-Feb. 1st)
-Monday, February 4th, is the 100th day of school! Remember there are two options for dress up-dressing as if you're 100 or have 100 things on your clothes!
-Valentine's Party on Thursday, February 14th, at 1:00.

Upcoming Dress Up Days for your Child: (optional)

Dec. 6th: 12 Days of Christmas song dress up
Dec. 10th: Ugly sweater day
Dec. 12th: The Grinch and the Who's dress up day
Dec. 17th: Holiday Movie dress up day
Dec. 21st: Pajama Day 

Food Drive

Wildwood is collecting items for local families in need, beginning November 12th. Every grade level is assigned a specific item to bring in. Please click for additional information!
WES Food Drive - November 12th- November 16th
 
Please bring in the following items:
 
PPCD/SSL, Pre-K, Kinder - Peanut Butter & Jelly
 
1st Grade - Canned Meat
 
2nd Grade - Canned Fruits & Vegetables
 
3rd Grade - Canned Soup & Rice
 
4th Grade - Pasta & Spaghetti Sauce
 
Thank you so much for your generosity in helping those in need in our community!

Red Ribbon Week

Oct 22-26, 2018 RED RIBBON Daily themes:
 
Monday- Kick off the celebration by wearing RED!

Tuesday-Follow your dreams, stay drug free! Wear your pajamas!

Wednesday-Team up against drugs! Wear your favorite team shirt/jersey!

Thursday- Too bright for drugs!-Wear neon!

Friday- Wild about being drug free! Wear your Wildcat shirt with a crazy hat!
 

Parent Teacher Conferences Link and Upcoming Events

Parents of Room 409,
 
I have created a sign up Genius link for Parent Teacher Conferences linked below to take place during the month of October. If a phone conference works better for you, that is also a possibility (please just indicate that when you sign up that it will be via phone and provide the contact number). 
 
I am hoping to review current reading level, areas of strength and focus, and address any questions you may have. Due to accommodating 23 conferences, I have kept this first initial meeting within a 15 minute window, but please know we can always meet again to address any more needs.
 
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out, and I'm looking forward to seeing everyone again. Happy Fall!
 
Mrs. Dominguez
 
Link for Conferences:
 
 
Upcoming Events:
Picture day this Tuesday, October 2nd.
Friday, Oct. 5th: Early Dismissal day at 12:50.
Monday, Oct. 8th: Teacher work day/ students off.
Week of Oct. 15th-19th: School Book Fair Week; Thursday, Oct. 18th: Literacy Night, 5-7:00 pm.
Week of 22-26th: Red Ribbon Week.
Friday, Oct. 26th: Trunk or Treat.

Parents,
Thank you so much for getting your 3-2-1 Purple form back so quickly to me...It is so helpful for me to learn more about your children from the best source possible :)
 
Also, I will be sending home an All About Me bag this week for a homework assignment that will be due this Friday. Please be on the lookout for the materials in your child's folder this Monday! 
 
Hope to see everyone this Thursday for Parent Orientation...there will be a brief meeting first in the cafeteria by the PTO, and then please make your way to our classroom-room 409.
Parent Orientation will be next week on Thursday, August 30th, from 5:30-6:30 pm.
(Pre-K through 2nd grades)

Meet the Teacher :)

Dear WES parents,

It is that time of year that we all have been waiting for... Meet the Teacher! This year, we will host "Meet the Teacher" on Thursday, August 16th. Last names beginning with A-L will be from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM and last names beginning with M-Z will be from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM. 

I look forward to seeing everyone Thursday, August 16th!

So excited to be getting our classroom ready!!! We are going to have an amazing school year! 2018-2019 is going to rock, and I can't wait to meet all of my students and their families next Thursday...enjoy your last few days of summer!
Our Class Twitter Page:
https://twitter.com/wesADominguez
More about Great Expectations here:
http://www.greatexpectations.org

8 Expectations

for Living:

-We will value one another as unique and special individuals.

-We will not laugh at or make fun of a person’s mistakes nor use sarcasms or putdowns.

-We will use good manners, saying “please”, “thank you”, and “excuse me” and allow others to go first.

-We will cheer each other to success.

-We will help one another whenever possible.

-We will recognize every student’s effort and applaud it.

-We will encourage each other to do our best.

-We will practice virtuous living, using the Life Principles.