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2000 Hastings Road
Springfield, IL 62702
217/525-3281
 

March Newsletter

Mar 8, 2019 These didn't make it into Tuesday folders this past week. I wanted to get it posted so you can look it over as soon as possible since we have some things coming up. The newsletter will be in next week's Tuesday folders!

K-2 Basketball Practice Cancelled

Jan 29, 2019 The basketball practice scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, January 29th, for our K-2 kiddos is cancelled due to the cold temperatures. Thursday's practice for 3rd-5th graders will remain scheduled as planned. Stay warm!

Reading Night will be postponed.

Nov 15, 2018 Due to inclement weather, our Reading NIght will be cancelled for the evening of Nov. 15th and we will reschedule to a later date.

PTO Canceled

Nov 13, 2018 The PTO meeting for tonight has been canceled. PTO has discussed merging with school funds due to the low membership. Wilcox will still work closely with families to put on our big events, such as Fall Festival and Spring Fling. If you have questions or comments about this merge, please contact PTO at PTOWilcox@gmail.com or speak with Mrs. Filipiak. 

Wilcox Open House

Aug 23, 2017 Please join us for our Wilcox Open House on Thursday, August 24th from 6:00-7:00pm.  We are excited to have you meet our teachers and staff.

Wilcox Students Give Back to the Community!

Dec 20, 2011 Wilcox Students Give Back to the Community! For this holiday season, Wilcox students did a great job of giving back to the community. In November, Wilcox students brought in their change to help “change the world” through gifts to the United Way. The students alone brought in $383.64. The staff at Wilcox raised an extra $998 bringing our total contribution to the United Way to $1,381.64!! Then Wilcox students also participated in a canned food drive for the Salvation Army. READ MORE

First Check In/Check Out Graduate

Dec 20, 2011 Congratulations to Mehki J.!

Red Ribbon Week

Nov 3, 2011 We had a very exciting month in October. The last week of October is Red Ribbon Week, where schools all across the United States teach students about being healthy and the dangers of substance abuse. In SSL lessons, we talked about the dangers of alcohol, drugs and cigarettes. We also stressed the importance of taking medication correctly, which means only taking medicine that is prescribed for us and letting an adult administer the correct dose. READ MORE

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