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Student Lunch Charges- Important note from LPS

Student Lunch Charges- Important note from LPS

Attention Students and Parents The School year is ending soon, Do you have enough money in your lunch account to last until the end of the year? Do you have a negative balance that needs to be paid? Now is the time to watch lunch account balances and pay off any past due amounts. AS OF MAY 4,...

Wilder Field Day 2015 Schedule

Wilder Field Day 2015 Schedule

Wilder Field Day 2015 - Schedule Wednesday May 6th, Kindergarten Field Day: 9:30-11:30 Lunch 11:40-12:25 Wednesday May 6th, Grades 1 & 2 Lunch 1st grade: 11:45-12:30 Lunch 2nd grade: 11:35-12:20 Field Day: 1:30-3:30 Thursday May 7, Grade 3 Grade Level Games: 10:15-10:45, Field Day: 11...

PLC-  Wednesday, April  29

PLC- Wednesday, April 29

Friendly reminder that Wednesday, April 29, will be a PLC late start.  11:06- Start time for Full day Kindergarten-5th grade 11:06 am - 1:02 Pm 5- Day AM Kindergarten 1:02 pm - 3:43 Pm 3-Day K+ Program (Wednesday only)

4th Grade Music/Recorder Program

4th Grade Music/Recorder Program

Please join us for the 4th grade Recorder Program.  Wednesdsay, April 22nd at 2:45 pm and 7:00 pm

Calling All Volunteers!!

Calling All Volunteers!!

Calling All Volunteers! You are invited to the Wilder Elementary VIPS (Volunteers in Public Schools) Celebration Breakfast! Thursday, April 23rd 8:30a.m. – 10:00a.m. Please join the Wilder staff in the Library to honor “YOU”, our wonderful volunteers.  

Wilder Elementary Retirement Open House

Wilder Elementary Retirement Open House

Wilder Elementary Retirement Open House   May 13th 4:15pm – 5:30pm (Library) Please join us to celebrate and honor four amazing ladies as they head off on new adventures in retirement! Kim Flatt JoAnn Levesque Phyllis Miracle Pam Nordine

Application for meal benefits
(free-or-reduced lunch)

LPS Nutrition Services 

End of year lunch charges

March 30, 2015

Dear Wilder Community,

As we begin our third trimester of school, I realize that not only has the school year flown by, but it has almost passed me by! To ensure we finish the academic year strong, I want to communicate our commitment to academic excellence as well as provide an outline of exciting opportunities for your children in these next few months.

We have completed conferences and you have heard the goals your students need to meet before they complete their current grade. Our teachers are committed to instruction that meets the Colorado Academic Standards for each grade level while meeting individual student needs towards reading, writing, and math. Student success can only be met when students, parents, and teachers work in partnership to ensure positive reinforcement and feedback. As a parent, continue to communicate with your child’s teacher regarding work at home. We provide all students with the opportunity to meet academic success in a variety of ways including interventions to meet the needs of all learning styles. Our teachers access all resources available to them at Wilder.

Our School Improvement Plan included an academic goal to increase reading growth by focusing on vocabulary and critical thinking. All teachers, K-5, developed grade level plans to focus on strengthening instruction in these areas. You have probably seen evidence of this work through Word Work, Thinking Maps, increased comprehension questions, collaborative learning opportunities, and a variety of strategies demonstrating higher level thinking. We will analyze MAP data at the end of the year to assess gains towards this goal.

Along with the academic goals, we want to ensure a well-rounded education. We have field days, field trips and music programs still to come. Our halls are filled with delightful artwork expressing creativity. The library is always open to provide new adventures for every curious mind. The playground has provided new opportunities for students to play; actively and quietly. Additionally, the outdoor classroom is available for class lessons and small group instruction.

I continue to be in awe by your children’s desire to work hard and persevere to excellence! We are here to facilitate the hard work in academics and creativity as we finish the year strong.


Susan Dalton, Principal





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Office/Buzzer Hours:
8:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.  

Fax: 303-347-4755  

        Susan Dalton,           

              Devon Reinert,                   Dean of Students    dreinert@lps.k12.co.us

Chris Krutsche,
Principal Secretary

Chris Marsh,
School Secretary


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