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WICKLIFFE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT

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News

Dental Clinic at WES November 8-9, 2021
Dental Clinic at WES November 8-9, 2021
Smile Programs, the mobile dentists, are coming to Wickliffe Elementary School on Monday, November 8 and Tuesday, November 9, 2021. Paper registration forms were sent home with WES students in September, or you can register online using the link below:
  • Smile Programs will be offering comprehensive dental care during this visit. This means preventative care, such as cleanings, in addition to restorative care like fillings and extractions. 
  • Smile Programs keeps permission forms on file for 18 months—long enough to cover 3 visits. After that, a new form must be filled out.
  • Parents are always encouraged to fill out a new registration form (even if they were just seen in May) in case there have been any address or dental insurance changes!
Thank you,
The Wickliffe Family Resource Center
College Credit Plus Info & Statement
Newly enacted legislation (Ohio Revised Code 3365.035) going into effect October 1, 2021, requires educational institutions participating in College Credit Plus to inform students and parents - The subject matter of a course enrolled in under the college credit plus program may include mature subject matter or materials, including those of a graphic, explicit, violent, or sexual nature, that will not be modified based upon college credit plus enrollee participation regardless of where course instruction occurs.
 
Additionally, all CCP applicants and their parent/guardian (after October 1st) will be required to sign a permission slip that indicates they understand that by enrolling in College Credit Plus courses, the content may include mature subject matter that will not be modified based upon College Credit Plus enrollee participation regardless of where course instruction occurs; and that State law requires the signed form be submitted in the student’s application to the college or university.
 
Once admitted, CCP students will also be required to complete a questionnaire regarding Guidance for Colleges and Secondary Schools (Mature Subject Matter).
COVID Information & Protocols
The WCSD COVID protocols and information have been compiled in alignment with recommendations from the Lake County General Health District and the Ohio Department of Health. Parents/Guardians should refer to this form to determine whether or not their child should attend school: WCSD COVID Protocols

COVID-19 Symptoms:
  • Major Symptoms (student/staff should not report to school): Fever (100º +) and/or Loss of Taste/Smell

  • Minor Symptoms (student/staff should not report if they are experiencing 2 or more): Cough, Shortness of Breath, Sore Throat, Muscle Pain

To report a positive COVID-19 student case: WCSD COVID Reporting Form

The District wants to be as transparent as possible in reporting information regarding COVID-19 student cases while also protecting the identity and medical information of those impacted. Wickliffe City School District staff will notify all parents and guardians within a specific school via email when a positive COVID-19 case in that school is made known to the District. Those individuals determined to have been in contact and potentially exposed to COVID-19 will be contacted by District staff and/or the Lake County General Health District (LCGHD). The LCGHD will be responsible for contract tracing and follow-up with impacted individuals. Understand that the District will not provide information to the general public that would identify students or staff.
WHS Parking & Traffic Flow
Refer to the information below for parking and traffic flow. Note that there is no access around the back of the high school. No parent/community vehicles should enter the area past the Family Resource Center. Carpooling is encouraged, especially for afternoon student pick-up.

Upcoming Events

Oct
28

WCS Board of Education Meeting

Thursday, October 28, 2021
Oct
28

WES Parent / Teacher Conferences

Thursday, October 28, 2021
Oct
28

WHS Marching Band Concert

Thursday, October 28, 2021 Swing Band
Oct
28

WMS Grades 5-6 PTO Halloween Bash

Thursday, October 28, 2021
Nov
1

WHS Food Drive

Monday, November 1, 2021
Nov
1

WMS/WES PTO Meeting

Monday, November 1, 2021
Nov
3

WES Parent / Teacher Conferences

Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Nov
5

WHS Retakes/Senior Panoramic

Friday, November 5, 2021
Nov
8

Dental Clinic - WES

Monday, November 8, 2021
Smile Programs, the mobile dentists, are coming to Wickliffe Elementary School on Monday, November 8 and Tuesday, November 9, 2021. Paper registration forms were sent home with WES students in September, or you can register online using the link below:
  • Smile Programs will be offering comprehensive dental care during this visit. This means preventative care, such as cleanings, in addition to restorative care like fillings and extractions. 
  • Smile Programs keeps permission forms on file for 18 months—long enough to cover 3 visits. After that, a new form must be filled out.
  • Parents are always encouraged to fill out a new registration form (even if they were just seen in May) in case there have been any address or dental insurance changes!
Thank you,
 The Wickliffe Family Resource Center
Nov
9
Nov
10

WCS End of First Trimester (WES)

Wednesday, November 10, 2021
Nov
18

WCS Board of Education Meeting

Thursday, November 18, 2021
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Highlights

WCSD Quality Profile 2020
The annual Quality Profile provides information to the community about its educational programming, student achievements, and successes beyond what is reported in the State Report Card. It is a snapshot of some of the great work happening at WCSD. Quality Profile 2020

The WCSD Strategic Plan serves as a guidance document for the district's vision. The plan is based on an on-going review of quantitative and qualitative data, educational and workforce trends, and the needs of the students and the community. The plan is focused enough to be implemented and evaluated, and broad enough to meet the changing needs of its stakeholders. Strategic Plan

Please follow the WCSD Twitter feed. Superintendent Mr. Joseph Spiccia @wickliffesuper regularly Tweets news and information and re-tweets other school accounts such as WHS, WMS, Athletics and staff.

Contact Us

District Administrative Offices
Superintendent: Mr. Joseph Spiccia
Twitter: @wickliffesuper
440.943.6900
 
Wickliffe Elementary School
Principal: Ms. Kelly Bearer
440.943.0320
 
Wickliffe Middle School
Principal: Ms. Lori Rodman
Twitter: @WickMiddle
440.943.3220
 
Wickliffe High School
Principal: Ms. Shyla Urban
Twitter: @WickliffeHS
440.944.0800

Athletics
Athletic Director: Mr. Harrison McCall
Twitter: @WHS_Blue_Devils
440.943.7710

Attendance & Registration (all buildings)
Secretary: Mrs. Kelly Pfundstein
440.943.3240

Wickliffe Family Resource Center
Coordinator: Ms. Leah Reese
Twitter, Facebook, IG: @WickliffeFRC
440.943.6113