Congratulations to the Spelling Bee winner Austyn Ossmann and runner-up Breon Minggia.
Congratulations to Ms. Stout! She received a sizable Donor’s Choose grant for science and social studies tubs and word work activities! Way to go, Ms. Stout!
Congratulations to Ms.Higgins and Ms.Yurkovich for receiving a prestigious Union County Arts Council Grant! The theme for the project is "Drumming Up Connections."
Congratulations to Ms.Burnette for being awarded a grant for the Speech and Language Program.
Congratulations to Marissa Herskovic, who has been selected as our Teacher of the Year and Kathleen Bedell who has been selected as our Teacher Assistant of the Year.
Welcome to Our New Wingate Elementary School Webpage!
Welcome Class of 2029! Kindergarten registration for Union County Public Schools will run Feb. 8-12. Parents should register their child at the elementary school located in their attendance area.
Wingate Elementary girls know the joy of setting a goal and the power of achieving that goal. On a brisk morning in early December, 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21st CCLC) girls sport happy faces after completing the Waxhaw Ginger Snap 5K. They have trained since September for this day. At this moment of celebration, they are joined by proud parents and 21st CCLC staff.
Santa hat pulled snugly atop her head, a warm smile on her face, Charlotte Reccardi, a sixth grader from Cuthbertson Middle School, picks up the matching blue gloves that go with the blue winter jacket she has given Noah, a kindergarten student at Wingate Elementary School.
Thank you to the Wingate Police Department for donating coats to Wingate Elementary that will benefit our students.
Ms. Higgins (Art) and Ms. Yurkovich (Music) recently received an Arts in the Schools Grant from the Union County Community Arts Council for the 2015-16 school year. Each year, the Arts Council gives every school in Union County the opportunity to apply for funds to assist in developing programs and/or services designed to specifically promote the arts. The Arts in Schools grant program is funded annually by business and individual donations.
Thanks to the generosity of local citizens and government agencies, hundreds of Union County Public Schools children were able to start the 2015-16 school year with the right tools in hand. The 2015 School Tools Postal Collection and Union County government agencies collected more than six thousand various school supplies, which will be given to students who cannot afford them.