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Principal's Message


Bonnie Green
Principal

   

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Dear Students and Parents,

      We are so excited to begin a new year at Wilkinson County Primary School. Please know that the faculty and staff at WCPS are committed to providing a safe and supportive learning environment for your child. This includes keeping open communication between home and school. One major method used by our teachers is Class DOJO. This messaging system lets you know how your child is doing daily, both behaviorally and academically. The Parent Portal in our student information system is another important tool for you to use to see your child’s academic progress. Please ask your child’s teacher about these communication tools that are available to you. 

 

The theme for Wilkinson County Primary School is BEE Your Best at WCPS:

  •  Building Up

  •  Each Student

  •  Every Day

While your child is at WCPS, we make it our mission to help him/her develop a love for learning through engaging classroom activities that promote literacy, mathematics and citizenship. We believe that instructional time is to be held sacred. Therefore, if you would like to have a conference with your child’s teacher, we ask that you make an appointment so as not to disrupt teaching and learning. 

      Please understand that your child’s safety is extremely important to us. Important safety and school information is in the following pages of this handbook to include procedures, school wide policies, rules, regulations, and expectations regarding your child’s academic performance and behavior at Wilkinson County Primary School. Please read this handbook carefully and share any questions with your child’s teacher or contact the school office at 478-946-2161. The last page should be signed and returned to school within five days of receipt.  Thank you for your cooperation and support as we work together to provide a high quality education for your child. 

Dr. Bonnie Green,

Principal-Wilkinson County Primary School

 




8/23/2021


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