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  • Dear Wright Families, Staff and Students -

    JX Wilson, RL Stevens, and Wright Charter plan to be open tomorrow.   Rainy-day schedules will be used and children will be kept indoors.

    The Sonoma County Office of Education has issued a “Sonoma County Schools Air Quality Guidelines” document for Districts to use in determining school closures.  The guidelines, which were developed in collaboration with Sonoma County Health Dept. officials and District Superintendents, recommend school closure if the AQI reaches 275. At this time we are in the 160 - 180 range (depending on website consulted).

    I will check air quality again at 5AM, however unless the air quality worsens significantly over night, we will open.

    I know how difficult these school closures can be on families and we take these decisions very seriously.

    Classrooms have been cleaned and, as a precaution, air filters are being replaced.  Playground equipment, outdoor tables and benches will all be washed prior to students return outdoors.

    - Adam Schaible
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  • Dear WESD Families, Students, and Staff
     
    I’ve been watching the Air Quality numbers climb all night, from the “unhealthy” zone, into the “very unhealthy” zone. At this point, it does not seem possible that the air quality will improve between now and tomorrow morning.

    WESD schools will be closed tomorrow. I will be in touch about Wednesday as soon as we have information to base a decision on.

    Adam Schaible

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  • Dear WESD Families, Students, and Staff

    At this time WESD schools will be open Tuesday, November 13, 2018. RLS, JXW, and WCS will move outdoor activities, such as P.E. and recess, indoors. We will continue to monitor the air quality index (AQI) throughout the night.

    Should it become necessary to close school on Tuesday, we will notify staff and families via text/email/phone as soon as possible.

    Information will also be posted on our website.

    Adam Schaible
    Superintendent, WESD
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  • Dear WESD Families, Students, and Staff,
     
    At this time WESD schools will be open Tuesday, November 13, 2018. RLS, JXW, and WCS will move outdoor activities, such as P.E. and recess, indoors.  We will continue to monitor the air quality index (AQI) throughout the night.

    Should it become necessary to close school on Tuesday, we will notify staff and families via text/email/phone by 6AM.

    Information will also be posted on our website.

    Adam Schaible
    Superintendent, WESD
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  • WESD Schools are closed tomorrow, 11/12, in observance of Veterans Day. We will reopen on Tuesday, air-quality permitting.
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  • Afternoon activities were moved inside today when https://airnow.gov/ moved into "yellow." JX, RL, and WDS will be open tomorrow.
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  • Smoke from "Camp Fire" blowing in from Butte County. School District monitoring https://airnow.gov/ to track air quality.
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  • Registration Starts January 9, 2019 9:00am

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  • 2018-19 District Calendar / Español

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  • WCS Newsletter September 2018

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  • WCS Newsletter August 2018

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Student Resources

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  • Wright Charter School is a charming public elementary school that has traditionally served students in grades K-6. During the 2009-2010 school year the elementary school began its first year as a charter school. Between 2009 and 2010 we added the seventh and eighth grades to Wright Charter School. The school now provides education for students in kindergarten through eighth grades. Teachers and staff are excited to have added the seventh and the eighth grades. It serves a need in our community for parents who desire that their young teens and tweens continue to learn in a small environment where staff and community know students by name and are well versed in their skills and abilities. The early teen and tween years are a time when students benefit from adult support in many areas.

    What is our mission for students in kindergarten through eighth grades?

    Wright Charter School seeks to empower students to develop a passion for lifelong learning and to nurture them by engaging their intellect, emotions, and natural curiosity. We seek to instill not only the knowledge, skills and abilities set forward in the California State Standards, but to develop student competence and motivation to use their education responsibly enriching their own lives and the lives of those in their communities.

Website Accessibility Notice

  • The Wright Elementary School District is committed to ensuring that its website is accessible to individuals with disabilities. If you experience difficulty accessing any content on the Wright Elementary School District website, please contact webmaster@wrightesd.org or the superintendent Adam Schaible at aschaible@wrightesd.org or fax 707 577-7962 or call 707 542-0550 to request the information in an alternative format, or to provide feedback on how the Wright Elementary School District can improve its website accessibility.

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