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WES Mission & Vision
Our common vision at Wildwood Elementary School is stated in our mission statement:

As a community of learners, we at Wildwood Elementary School serve and appreciate all of our students and their unique academic, physical, social and emotional needs, providing them the opportunity to succeed at their highest potential.

In the area of expectations, Wildwood Elementary School has four “Building Blocks of Success” which are: honesty, respect, responsibility, and kindness
The implementation of our mission statement and the “Building Blocks" have created success for all of our students. For the first time in the school's history, Wildwood Elementary School was named a California Distinguished School in 2012 and a CA PBIS State Coalition Silver Level Awardee in the 2017-18 school year, in large part due to our continued focus on our vision and mission as well as our commitment in working with students on our character traits. Our staff is committed to creating a learning environment capable of meeting the individual needs of every student who comes to us. The environment at the school is structured to provide safe surroundings, clear expectations for learning and behavior, and an opportunity for each child to connect to the school as an individual. Members of the Wildwood Elementary School staff have taken responsibility for the education of all students. Our staff and community believe that ALL children can learn. Therefore, we will continue to provide the necessary support to build success for our students to reach their individual potentials. Our school also fully embraces the framework and philosophy of Restorative Justice practices and Positive Behavior Intervention and Supports (PBIS). We believe that all students can be successful socially and academically. Our school qualified and has applied for the CA PBIS Gold Level recognition this year and we have recently applied for Gold Level recognition status for next school year. Please visit the Principal's Page for more information on PBIS.
TK / K Hours
TK: 8:45AM until 12:20PM
All-day Kinder : 8:45AM-3:05 PM
In the morning, the gate opens at 8:15AM. There is no inside, playground or outside at the gate supervision prior to that time.

STARS Day Care Program run by the City of Yucaipa:
The City of Yucaipa runs a before and after school program for our students called STARS from 6:30AM until 6PM. The location of this program will be at Green Valley High School right next door beginning in the 2018-2019 school year due to space issues at WES. Please see the City of Yucaipa's website for more information. The WES office staff cannot answer questions or process requests for care.
TK Age Requirements
*If the child turns 5 on or before September 1, they may register for Kindergarten

*If the child turns 5 between September 2 and December 2, they may register for Transitional Kindergarten (TK) and start school on the first day of school in August.

If they turn 5 after December 2, they may begin TK on or after their birthday, space permitting.

All students must have ALL required immunizations completed before they may attend school.
Registration Information
Registration for the 2019-2020 school year began on March 4th. Packets are available in the school office.

All items listed must be submitted (incomplete packets will not be accepted):
* Completed registration packet
* Certified Birth Certificate
* Proof of Residency (recent utility bill, rental/mortgage statement, etc.)
* Shot Record (all students must be fully vaccinated to attend school in CA)
* Parents of incoming Kindergarten students will also need to complete the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment (included in their packet or available in the school office).
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