Second grade students were guest readers at the Principal's Coffee this Thursday!
They demonstrated fantastic writing, reading and public speaking skills!
Former Delaney Students we recognized at the School Committee Meeting for their performance in the annual Geography Bee!
Got any ideas on
what you’ll be doing over February Vacation?
How about some Instant Fun?
You are invited to An Instant Challenge Round Robin!
Join DIers from Wrentham Public and
enjoy a day filled with Instant Challenge activities.
While this event is most beneficial to current DI team members, any student should feel free to
bring a friend or two and check it out.
They may join a DI team in the future!
This event is being organized by Linda DeVore, Wrentham Public Schools Destination Imagination
Where: Fiske Public Library - Wrentham When: Wednesday, February 17th,
Session 1 – 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
Session 2 – 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
RSVP is a required, as materials need to be supplied!Please email or call
Linda DeVore – deadline February 12th email@example.com
Team Managers can sign up their entire team or
a parent may sign up their student individually. All students must be accompanied by a parent or
Choose either session or both and bring a bag lunch!
Featuring Dr. John Ribiero
Wednesday, March 30 Addition/Subtraction
Wednesday, April 6 Multiplication/Division
6:15-7:15 Delaney Teachers' Room
Plan to attend to hear and see what your children are doing in Math now!
Offered as a direct result of parent requests!
Wrentham Elementary Playground Project
Please support our playground fundraising initiative by supporting events that benefit our very own Dancing with the Wrentham Stars dancer- Dr. Allan Cameron!
· Accessible for all abilities
· Enriched play that enhances physical, cognitive, social, and sensory experiences
· Research based, safe and engaging equipment, with cushioned ground cover.
· The total cost for the playground project will be approximately $250, 000
· Sponsor's donating $1000-$20,000+ will receive public recognition.
· All donors will receive tax deduction letter and media mention.
· ALL proceeds from Dr.Cameron's “Dancing With the Wrentham Stars” activities directly benefit the Playground Project!
Please visit our website:
Many fundraisers are coming up!
Watch for information about the Boosterthon and Coins for Cameron, and other events!
Read Across Wrentham ends Friday, February 12th!!!!
Spring Book Fair is coming!!!!
Tuesday, Wednesday, March 1st and 2nd
Wednesday, March 2nd Literacy Night
Thursday, March 3rd
Save the Date
Wednesday, March 2, 2016
Read Across America Day
March 2nd is Read Across America Day!
The health office is in great need of gently worn clothing.
Boys Sweat pants Size 10-12
Girls sweat or leggings Size 6X-10
2016-2017 Kindergarten Information
Kindergarten Alternatives Evening
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 6-7 p.m.
Program alternatives will be explained.
Option 1: Half-day Kindergarten:
Children attend school for 2 ½ hours from 8:20-11:10
Option 2: Full-day Kindergarten:
Children attend a regular school day from 8:20-2:40
Full-day kindergarten will be tuition based
Applicants will be chosen by lottery if numbers exceed available space in the full day programs.
Kindergarten Registration Day:
Thursday, April 7, 2016 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Needed to Register:
· Proof of residency
· Birth Certificate
· Record of last physical and immunizations
· Enrollment forms
Friday, May 20, 2016
By appointment made during registration
OUR ANNUAL (2nd and 3rd grade)
GLITTER BALL DANCE
New date : Wednesday March 23rd
No School the 24th- Professional Development Day
Thank you for your understanding while we have made every attempt to choose a date that would work for most families. This took a great deal of coordination between planners, school administration and the central office. We have many outside organizations that use rooms and all of these details led to a new date posting that took longer than some would have preferred.
The Glitter Ball will be a fantastic event for all despite the interference of "mother nature"!
REWARDS and RECYCLING PROGRAMS:
Please donate your non-perishables in any school lobby!
AmazonSmile Go to www.smile.amazon.com.
Stop and Shop Rewards: http://stopandshop.com/savingsandrewards/rewardsprogram/aplus/?_requestid=277578 and register!
Visit www.baystatetextiles.com to see a detailed list of what can be recycled.
Dancing with the Wrentham Stars 2016
April 1, 2016
7:00 p.m. to Midnight
Lake Pearl Luciano's
299 Creek Street
Dancing with Wrentham Stars
Friday ~ April 1, 2016
Please support Superintendent, Dr. Cameron as he dances his way to (hopefully) winning 2016 Dancing with the Stars and helping us achieve our goal for a new state-of-the-art playground that will be accessible for all our children!
What is School Committee?
The Wrentham School Committee is responsible for setting Policies for the District and approving the District Budget on an annual basis. The School Committee is responsible for hiring and supervising the Superintendent of the Wrentham Public Schools. In private business terms, the School Committee is the Board of Directors of the District and the day-to-day operations of the District are operated by the Superintendent and his Administrative team. The Committee consists of 5 Members, each elected for staggered 3 year terms in the annual April Town elections.
Next Meeting: Tuesday March 8th
Open to the Public!
Safety for All at Delaney Morning Drop Off!
We are working really hard on the morning drop off procedures, and need everyone’s cooperation. The safety of our students, staff and visitors is of primary importance. We need to follow several procedures to keep it safe:
Cones are placed along the sidewalk at both the Delaney and Annex ends of the building. Please pull up to the cones to let your children out and then proceed with caution back into the driving lane. Do not let children out at any other location unless you are parking.
Please make sure your children have all the clothing needed for the playground. They need boots when there is snow or mud. They need snow-pants when there is snow on the ground.
Mittens and hats are necessary in the cold weather!
New School Council Handbook on the Website
Thank you to our amazing custodial staff for working so hard to have our schools ready after the storms!