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Announcements

  • APRIL 12, 2024 - School In Session
    Due to the power outage on February 5th during the winter storm, all WESD schools were closed. We will now have school on Friday, April 12th to make up for the missed day. April 12th was one of the Emergency Make-Up Days on the District Calendar for 2023-2024.

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  • Registration for the 2024-25 school year is now open!  
    Click here to register online.
     
    If you need assistance, the staff can help you with your application at the school offices. 

    For kindergarten, a child must turn 5 on or before September 1st, 2024.
    For transitional kindergarten (TK), a child must turn 4 on or before September 1st, 2024. Priority for open seats will be granted based on age.
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  • WESD Board Meeting Agendas

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  • Updated Wildfire Smoke/Air Quality Guidance - English / Spanish

    SCOE Air Quality Page 

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  • WCS Consumer Confidence Report

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  • Hello Cougar Families!
    Your student(s) may be talking about Houses or Rooms. The staff decided last spring that we wanted to build a more cohesive community of learners. So, we put our heads together and developed the Cougar House system. The goal is to connect students and staff across the grades in a meaningful way to foster relationship building and a better sense of belonging for us all.

    We now have 7 Houses, named for character traits: Creative, Courageous, Adventurous, Brave, Persistent, Compassionate, and Optimistic
    Each House has approximately 66 students, ranging from TK-8, divided into three Rooms. Each House has 3 or more teacher leaders from different grade levels who lead the House Rooms. Support staff all participate in a Room too. Ask a student or staff member about House Activities!

    Wright Charter School is a charming public elementary school that serves students in grades TK-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 transitional 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 Notice

  • 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 webmaster@wrightesd.org or the superintendent Lisa Saxon at lsaxon@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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