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Applications in Office !
WES has a tradition of allowing students to wear minimal Halloween attire on this day. Minimal means costumed clothing that is in compliance with dress code, has no masks or other face attire, no hair dye that can drip, no weapons or attachments that are dangerous or could be dangerous, the wearing of substantial soled shoes, etc. If a student’s outfit is inappropriate, or not in alignment with dress code, a phone call to a parent/guardian will be made so that the child can changes clothes.
PTA Information
PTA Information
Our 2018-2019 PTA President is Ms. Angela Sealy (center) and Vice President is Ms. Nonnie Nafzgar (2nd from Right) You can also follow our PTA on their Facebook page at WES PTA for updated events and opportunities to help our school through PTA! We look forward to joining our wonderful PTA and becoming involved with our school in the 2018-2019 school year!
"BLACKBOARD CONNECT" Communication System for Parents/Guardians
A reminder to any parent/guardian who may have "opted out" of Blackboard Connect phone calls and text messages, but then wanted to "opt back in". If you opted out last year, but want to resume receiving phone calls and text messages this year, then please follow the directions below to opt back in. Thank you!

Phone Calls:
To opt back in to receive phone calls, recipients can call the opt-out hotline number at 855-502-7867. Once they opt back in by calling this number, they will immediately resume receiving phone calls.

Text Messages:
If a recipient has opted out of SMS messages, they can text "Subscribe 1218391" to the number 23177 in order to opt back in for text messages.
Student Council Food Drive
Wildwood Elementary School's Student Council is working with all Wildwood students and families on our annual community service project. We will be having a Food Drive to support our local ICS food pantry. Our food drive will run from October 15th through November 2nd. If you would like to support our local families in need, please send in any nonperishable food items with your student. Some examples of items we will be collecting are non-expired: canned food, pasta, cereal, peanut butter, and rice. Our food pantry would also appreciate any donations of diapers or baby care products as well.
Thank you for supporting our local Yucaipa community as we get ready for the Holidays.