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Family Survey Now Open!
Wright Elementary School District has partnered with the national nonprofit, YouthTruth, to help us hear
feedback from you about what we are doing well, and how we can improve.
From January 3rd to January 27th, the YouthTruth Family survey will be open and we want to hear from you!
PLEASE TAKE THIS 15-MINUTE ONLINE SURVEY HERE: http://www.ytsurvey.org/wrightfamily23
Your response is anonymous and will be combined with responses from other parents/guardians throughout the district.
Thank you for your feedback! It is a gift that helps us continually improve.
Wright Charter School is a charming public elementary school that serves students in grades K-8. It serves a need in our community for parents who desire their young teens and tweens to 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 grade?
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 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 firstname.lastname@example.org or the superintendent Lisa Saxon at email@example.com 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.