Kindergarten Information Night
Kindergarten Registration for Current Wilder Families:
If you are a current Wilder family, you may pre-register for kindergarten through your Infinite Campus parent portal.
· From the home page of your portal, open the Inbox messages and select
“NEW student pre-registration for the 2014-15 or 15/16 school year”
· Select the 15-16 registration year
· Select “Begin NEW student Pre-Registration”
· Add your new kindergarten student information
· Make any changes necessary to your current demographic information
· Submit and print
· Bring this pre-registration form, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, an immunization record, and proof of residency (deed, lease or Xcel bill within 30 days) to the school office anytime between Monday, January 26th and Tuesday, February 3rd to complete the enrollment process
Kindergarten Registration for Families NEW to Wilder:
If you are a NEW family to Wilder you may pre-register for kindergarten through the Littleton Public Schools website at http://www.littletonpublicschools.net.
· From the bottom of the home page of the website select the button “How to Enroll”
· Click on the blue online link and begin the pre-registration process
· Complete all pages of the pre-registration form
· Submit and print
· Bring this pre-registration form, a copy of your child’s birth certificate, an immunization record, and proof of residency (deed, lease or Xcel bill within 30 days) to the school office on Monday, February 2nd or Tuesday, February 3rd anytime between 8:15 am and 4:15 pm to complete the enrollment process.
Kindergarten Program Options for 2015-2016:
If you are interested in a tuition based program for kindergarten, the registration form is available on the Wilder Elementary website at http://www.wilder.littletonpublicschools.net . Select the “for Parents” tab and “School Age Child Care (SACC), K+, KED.” Click on “SACC/KED/K+ Registration 2015-2016.” Bring this completed form along with a $25 non-refundable deposit with you at the time of registration. You will be notified of program placement the week of February 16th.
· Full Day Kindergarten: Monday-Friday (9:06-3:43 pm) $375 per month
· 5-Day AM Kindergarten: Monday-Friday (9:06-11:55 am) FREE
· 2-Day K+ Program: designed to extend our AM class on
Tuesday and Thursday to a full day at Wilder (9:06-3:43) $140 per month
Questions? Please contact Chris Marsh at 303-347-4760 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Safety and Emergency Procedures
At Wilder, our number one priority is the safety of our students. We know that it is difficult to hear that your school or district has implemented increased safety or emergency procedures. In an effort to help parents understand what happens when there is a safety concern or an emergency, we are sharing the following terms and definitions as well as some communication information.
Terms and Definitions
Secured Perimeter: If students are outside they move inside. Students, staff, and visitors are allowed to move within the building. No one is permitted in or out of the building. Secured Perimeter is used if there is a situation somewhere in the area but school is not in danger.
Lockdown: No one is permitted in or out of the building. Classroom doors are locked and classroom lights are turned off. Everyone in the building is out of the halls or open areas. Everyone needs to remain quiet. Teachers/staff don’t open doors (class or building) for anyone.
Evacuation: Is used to get students and staff out of the building by a safe route.
Room Clear: Is used to send students away from a potential problem or threat. Students are sent to a designated safe area.
As a school and a district, we use the terms above to communicate the specific action teachers, students and staff need to take. We support students by letting them know there is a situation that requires us to use our safety procedures. When warranted, we explain to students that the police want us to stay inside or in the classroom for our continued safety.
We appreciate parents understanding that our first and highest priority is the safety of students. As a result, communication to parents will be sent as quickly as possible, but may not be possible while responding to safety or emergency situations. Additionally, we always want to ensure that we are sharing accurate information. What is initially reported via local media is not always accurate or complete. Depending on the situation, information will be available on the district website and/or sent via the Infinite Campus messenger system. We appreciate parents’ effort to keep contact information in Infinite Campus up to date.
As a school and a district we practice emergency procedures throughout the year. This includes fire drills, tornado drills, and emergency drills as outlined above. Students and staff feel better prepared when we practice and everyone knows what to do. Thank you for your continued support as we work together to keep our students safe.