Wagner Elementary is Proud to Announce Our     "CALIFORNIA DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL"  AWARD     Where Children Learn, Grow & Achieve!        . . .  School ends at 2:47 pm, with Early Release Wednesdays at 1:47 pm . . .              . . . Go Wildcats ! . . .     
Footprints to the Future - Yearbook Art Contest
 
Entries due December 19, 2014
 
 
 

Yearbook Sales

 
 
 

Yearbook pre-orders are being taken. 
The cost per book is $18.00 until December 19, 2014.
The price then increases to $22.00.
 
Envelopes went home with your children.
Please fill out and return the order form with your payment
(checks should be made payable to Wagner PTA)
and return to your child's teacher or the school office.
Please use ONE envelope for EACH child.


Envelopes can also be picked up in the office.
 
Thank you for your support!
The Yearbook Committee
 
   We can no longer accept CASH  
please make arrangements to pay with a check
 
School District Launches New Parent University

Starting this month, the Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District is launching a “Parent University,” offering an array of classes that parents voted as their favorite.

“Navigating Middle School” and “Addressing Bullying” are a few of the classes offered. To see the full list of classes, visit the Parent University page on the left hand side of the district’s website at www.pylusd.org.

All of the classes are offered by teachers, police officers or experts in their respective fields. Spanish translators are also available, if requested ahead of time via the website registration. The Parent University page on the website also includes links to resources as well as suggested reading for parents and students to learn more information about specific topics.

The idea for a Parent University emerged out of the district’s five year strategic plan, which is called the “PYLUSD Advantage.” One of the initiatives in the plan calls for creating a comprehensive parent education program that provides essential tools to address today’s dynamic and complex environment that families face. Charged with the opportunity, district staff surveyed parents this past spring.

“We wanted to build Parent University around topics that are the most important for today’s parents,” said Superintendent Doug Domene, Ed.D. “The best people to tell us what’s most important to them are parents themselves.”

The four main topics that floated to the top of parents’ interest, according to the survey, were: Navigating the College System, Student Academics, Parent Support, and Student Safety. Classes focused on these central themes.

Throughout the year, new classes will be added and posted on the district’s website.
 

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