• VOLUNTEER Opportunity - We are looking for volunteers to assist with the Kindergarten screening. Volunteers will be assisting Dr. Foti with vision screenings. Screenings will take place at the High School for the entire district. No experience needed and training will be provided.

    Dates: Tuesday, May 30, 2017

    Wednesday, May 31, 2017

    Thursday, June 1, 2017

     Times: 8:45-11:30 or 12:15-2:30

     If you would like to help please contact Mrs. Doyle with your availability.

    Alisha Doyle, M.Ed.


    Early Childhood Screening Coordinator

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  • The Wildwood School is a 9 classroom school serving students in preschool and kindergarten. An extended day program is offered both before and after school. All of our classrooms have highly qualified teachers and at least one full-time educational assistant.  The Wildwood School provides a wide range of special education and support services including speech, occupational and physical therapy as well as reading support.  The Kindergarten classes also participate in computer, physical education, art and music classes.

    The staff at the Wildwood School continues to be actively involved in several professional development opportunities to remain current with educational trends. They participate in after school groups to discuss and explore curriculum improvement and data analysis.

    Our school offers a wide range of learning experiences for the children through a developmental approach to appropriate curriculum. We utilize a variety of curriculum tools including Houghton Mifflin ELA, Trailblazers and Envisions Math and a new FOSS science program.

    Parents are active at the Wildwood School through their participation in the Parent Advisory Council and parent volunteer activities. The PAC provides meaningful opportunities for parents, as well as fundraising efforts to expand students’ enrichment and curriculum experiences.

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