West Salisbury Elementary
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For the 2022 - 23 school year, Wicomico Public Schools will participate in the federal program known as CEP (Community Eligibility Provision). The program offers all Wicomico students breakfast and lunch at NO Charge. Applying for free or reduced meals is not necessary to receive meals at no cost.
HOWEVER, because of other benefits to students and the schools they attend, we are encouraging ALL FAMILIES to complete a Household Data Collections form to determine eligibility for additional resources based on federal guidelines. Please click on the below link to be directed to the Household Data Collection Form: http://household_data.wcboe.org
Please contact your school's principal if you have any questions regarding this form.
Para el año escolar 2022-23, las Escuelas Públicas de Wicomico participarán en el programa federal conocido como CEP (Community Eligibility Provision). El programa ofrece a todos los estudiantes de Wicomico desayuno y almuerzo SIN cargo. No es necesario solicitar comidas gratis o a precio reducido para recibir comidas sin costo.
SIN EMBARGO, debido a otros beneficios para los estudiantes y las escuelas a las que asisten, alentamos a TODAS LAS FAMILIAS a completar un formulario de recopilación de datos del hogar para determinar la elegibilidad para recursos adicionales según las pautas federales.
Haga clic en el siguiente enlace para dirigirse al formulario de recopilación de datos del hogar: http://household_data.wcboe.org
Comuníquese con el director de su escuela si tiene alguna pregunta sobre este formulario.
Pou ane eskolè 2022 - 23 la, Lekòl Piblik Wicomico pral patisipe nan pwogram federal ke yo rele CEP (Dispozisyon pou Elijibilite Kominotè). Pwogram nan ofri tout elèv Wicomico manje maten ak manje midi san frè. Aplike pou manje gratis oswa redui pa nesesè pou resevwa manje gratis.
MENM, akòz lòt benefis pou elèv yo ak lekòl yo ale, n ap ankouraje TOUT FANMI pou ranpli yon fòm Koleksyon Done Kay pou detèmine kalifikasyon pou resous adisyonèl ki baze sou direktiv federal yo. Tanpri klike sou lyen ki anba a pou w ka dirije sou Fòm Koleksyon Done Kay la: http://household_data.wcboe.org
Tanpri kontakte direktè lekòl si w gen nenpòt kesyon konsènan fòm sa a
As a Title I school, we are required to inform you of your right to request information on the qualifications of the teacher and/or the instructional assistant who will be working with your child. Please rest assured that we have worked diligently to ensure that all staff members meet the requirements set forth by the Maryland State Department of Education. If you would like to exercise your right to request this information, you may email or send a letter using US mail to the Director of Human Resources or to my attention. You will receive a response from the Director of Human Resources within 30 days of the original request. We look forward to serving you and your student this year. This letter will be coming home on Tuesday, September 13th, 2022.
As we draw nearer to the close of the summer break, we want to encourage our students to continue with the "Kids Read Now" summer reading challenge. West Salisbury students continue to become better readers by participating in the "Kids Read Now" program. So keep up the amazing work and continue to become better readers.Please read the flyer below and complete the challenge by September 1, 2022. Students that report all 8 books that they were able to read, will be receiving incentives during the fall.So keep reading Tigers. All my reading tigers let me hear you ROAR!!!!
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Title I Introduction
The Wicomico County Board of Education recognizes that Parents are their children’s first teachers and that parents function as educators throughout their child’s lives. More than thirty years of research show that student academic success and high self-esteem are closely related to parent involvement in education from pre-kindergarten through high school. West Salisbury Elementary School also believes that the education of our children is a shared responsibility. Involvement by the school, the family and the community creates a stronger educational system and improves the quality of life for the students, their families and the entire community of Wicomico County. The school system as well as individual schools make the commitment to establish programs and practices that create a climate of mutual trust and respect and that support substantive parent involvement.