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Welcome Back! |

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to all of our returning students.  We are excited to have you back.  To our new students, we are thrilled to welcome you to Wheatland Crossing School.

At Wheatland Crossing School, we want to do all that we can to make sure you are reaching your full potential.  Cultivating success among our students, and staff is critical in everything we do.  So, what does it take to be successful?  I’m glad you asked!

Participation is Essential.  Not only does it allow you to be involved in activities, but also to make new friends and connect to everyone in our community.  Pick a club, sport or group to be involved in.  Attendance is also a critical factor in Cultivating Student Success. With all of the great Powerful Learning that is going on at Wheatland Crossing School, it is essential that students are actively involved in classroom activities every day!  We believe that every student is a success story in the making.  So make sure you give yourself a chance by committing to attend classes regularly.

In our Accountability Survey, it was clear that parents and students feel that respect for students and staff is extremely important.  We as a staff have taken steps with students to instill and nurture respect with some changes in our policies that we know will resonate a culture of respect within Wheatland Crossing.

Wheatland Crossing School is an awesome place.  We hope that you will be working hard, Cultivating Success for you and your peers.  If every student is a success story in the making, then take advantage of your situation to “bloom where you’re planted”!  George Washington Carver said, “When you do the common things in life in an uncommon way, you will command the attention of the world”!

Have a wonderful year challenging yourself to be the best version of you possible. See you Tuesday morning!

Sincerely

Mr. D. Raycroft

Principal