School starts next week, and we are ready and excited! Here are some important upcoming dates to remember:
August 21st: Open House (2:00-4:00pm) - Come meet your child's teacher and see his/her classroom!
August 22nd: First day of school (8:30am-2:45pm) - We can't wait to start the school year!
August 29th: First day of Kindergarten - Welcome to Wilson, new kindergarten lions!
School is right around the corner, and it's time to get ready! This Saturday, August 5th, Tabitha's Way will be giving away backpacks filled with necessary school supplies for students in need in south Utah County.* There will also be vendors offering free services, and the Utah Food Bank will be serving lunch for all children who attend. Come to the Spanish Fork Fairgrounds Tennis Courts (475 S Main St., Spanish Fork) from 10:00am-3:00pm this Saturday to attend! For any questions, please call 801-709-8573.
*Children receiving backpacks must be present at the event.
Parents of kindergarteners: Please sign up for a day and time for your child to come in and do their kindergarten pre-assessment. It takes approximately 30 minutes, and there are available time slots from August 22nd - 24th. Your child will be able to come to Wilson and meet their teacher on Friday, August 25th, between 12:00-2:00pm. The first day of Kindergarten is on Tuesday, August 29th. Thank you--we look forward to seeing you!
Mr. Hansen is being recognized as this week's Utah Valley Educator of the Week! It is a well-deserved award for Mr. Hansen, who has been teaching for 28 years. He has many talents that he enjoys sharing, such as running, teaching guitar, and playing the trombone! Congratulations, Mr. Hansen! Read the full article about Mr.
Mr. Hansen's 5th grade class spent this year running every day to collectively run the distance from Payson to Washington, D.C. The students worked hard and ended up going above and beyond their goal--they made it to Washington, D.C. and onto Miami! The students loved running with Mr. Hansen and learning to set and reach their goals. While they ran, they even helped feed hungry children by earning points for all the steps they took. Way to go, lions! Read more about this incredible experience with Mr.