Our Fall American Red Cross Blood Drive will take place on Tuesday October 4, 2016. The drive will take place in the media center from 1:00-5:30pm. Please contact Mrs. Bauss if you would like to make an appointment OR click the quick link above and sign-up for your appointment today!
Our first Early Release Day will be Monday October 3, 2016. Students will arrive at school, as scheduled, by 7:30am. Dismissal will be at 11:00. We will serve students lunch on this day. Please let your teacher know ASAP if you child's transportation will change on this day and be DIFFERENT from their typical transportation.
We will host a parent information meeting for Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts on Wednesday September 28th at 6:30pm in the cafteria. Any parent that has a student interested in joining the scouts, should attend this meeting for more information. Scouts are open to students in 1st-5th grade.
Nominate one of our awessome WCES teachers today! Each month a Union County Public Schools teacher will be named a Hometown Hero. The winning teacher will receive $250 for classroom supplies and a pizza party for his/her class. The nominations are ongoing throughout the school year. Click here to nominate a teacher today!
Wesley Chapel students were excited to be part of the Swimmy project for the 2nd year in a row! A WCES parent, Mrs. Wong, invited us to participate in this special global project.
Students and staff enjoyed a day full of special guest readers, 'DEAR time, and Seuss-filled activities!
The newly-formed Student Council at Wesley Chapel is making a difference. The student council consists of 2 students from each 4th and 5th grade classroom. Teacher coordinators are Mrs. Karen Mathieson and Mrs. Megan Cox. In order to become part of this group, the students were required to write essays explaining why they would be a great representative for their classroom. They were voted on by the peers in the classrooms.