Eagle’s Nest Closet is Restocked!

A message from Jenine St.Clair –

A few new items have been added to the Eagle’s nest clothing closet. Help yourself!
I noticed an XS North Face raincoat, there are a few added girls shirts, pants and workout shorts up to size 12, a large (unisex) sweatshirt, girls workout shorts size 5/6. Plus more that has been there on the rack. Shoes, sneakers and boots. A couple winter coats are still available. There are brand new winter hats and mittens – tags still on them! There is a pack of size small girls underwear.

And for the boys, lots and lots of clothing sizes 4t-8/10 including workout shorts & workout pants, slacks, and long & short sleeve shirts.

Stop by or have your child check it out! It is now organized a little better by size. Help yourself to as many items as you like. Take a size up if you see something for next year.

Message from Principal Dunn

Please read the following from Principal Dunn:
As you may know from the news, a tragic event occurred yesterday at a home in West Hartford. At Wolcott School, we have mental health professionals available for any student and staff who needs support during this time.

Also, see below for the link to the parent letter that is going out today from West Hartford Public Schools. https://wolcottpto.files.wordpress.com/2018/12/PARENT-LETTER-Gretchen-L.-Nelson-Director-of-Pupil-Services-1.pdf

Tea Cup Auction Tickets Now on Sale!

It’s On!!!! The Tea Cup Auction started on 11/1 and runs through 11/15! Stop in the lobby to check out all the amazing baskets our classes created.

Tickets: $1 each or $10 for 15 tickets
* for sale in the school office and at upcoming special events to be held at Wolcott *

Acceptable Payment Methods: cash or check payable to Wolcott PTO

Thank you in advance for supporting this important Wolcott fundraiser!

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Rethinking School Start Times – Message from Principal Dunn

Dear Wolcott Families:

As you know, for the past year and a half, the West Hartford Board of Education has been studying the benefits and challenges of changing the start and end times of our schools. On November 20, 2018, the Board will hold a vote on this issue. After reviewing four options, the Board has narrowed their decision to two options.

Change School Start Times (Board of Education Option 2)
High School starts/ends 40 minutes later
Middle School starts/ends 20 minutes earlier
Elementary School starts/ends 10 minutes later

M, T, R, F W
High Schools 8:10-2:55 8:10-1:30
Middle Schools 7:40 – 2:30 7:40-1:10
Elementary Schools 8:45 – 3:30 8:45-2:10

No Change to School Start Times (Board of Education Option 4)
Retain the current school start/end times for all schools.

M, T, R, F W
High Schools 7:30-2:15 7:30-12:48
Middle Schools 8:00-2:50 8:00-1:30
Elementary Schools 8:35-3:20 8:35-2:00

We will be in communication with you once we know the outcome of this vote.

Thank you for our partnership,
Scott