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Weekly Update: March 17-22, 2019
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents,

Everyone had an awesome time at our Mother-Son Dance on Saturday, March 16th! The mothers and sons looked absolutely amazing! Thank you to our PTA for sponsoring another great event and shout out to our parent volunteers who were a BIG help!

For those who are interested, Spring Pictures will be taken on Friday, March 22nd. Only the students who return an order form with payment will be allowed to participate in Spring Pictures. Participating students are also able to wear an outfit of their choice.

Tardies, Tardies and Too Many Tardies!

  • Monday, March 11th ------62 Tardies
  • Tuesday, March 12th -----39 Tardies
  • Wednesday, March 13th -----42 Tardies
  • Thursday, March 14th -----33 Tardies
  • Friday, March 15th -----40 Tardies

Can you believe that Wynbrooke students were tardy 216 times last week? No matter the reason, excused or unexcused, these students lost a significant amount of instructional time? We are committed to serving every student and strive to provide quality instruction from bell (7:45 am) to bell (2:15 pm) in order to accommodate the needs of our students. However, we need your help! We need every Wynbrooke student to report to school on time.

As noted in our handbook, students with excessive tardies will not be eligible for perfect attendance awards at our Honors Day Celebration in May. Students with excessive tardies will also be referred to our social worker for further investigation.

As a reminder, our doors open at 7:00 am. Students must be in their classroom no later than 7:45 am. Please feel free to contact the school if you’d like information on school bus transportation.

Parents of 3rd-5th Grade Students: Your child will be taking the Georgia Milestones April 16th-May 1st. We will be sending more information, tips, and resources this week so that you can continue to work closely with your child at home.

Important Dates:

  • Title I Saturday Scholars Program will end on Saturday, March 23rd
  • Target Time Tutorial will end on Thursday, March 28th
  • DCSD Schools will be closed for Spring Break April 1st-5th
  • Please visit our website for important information and upcoming events.


Have a wonderful week!

Title I - Math Carnival - Tucker High School
STONE MOUNTAIN, GA – The public is invited to one DeKalb County School District (DCSD) high school for a day filled with fun, excitement and math-oriented learning.

Tucker High School—located at 5036 Lavista Road—will host the DCSD Title I Math Carnival on Saturday, March 23, 2019 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. The event will feature hands-on activities and experiences that help enhance mathematics in students.

Participants are welcome to play math bingo, enjoy a LEGO-themed area called LEGO Mania, help build race cars, visit Estimation Station, or try to make it through a math-themed obstacle course. The event will also feature carnival-themed food and beverages as well as opportunities for prizes.

The DCSD Title I Math Carnival is a product of DCSD’s Office of Parent and Family Engagement and free to attend. For more information, contact Cleveland Dollison at cleveland_dollison@dekalbschoolsga.org or call (404) 664-4403.

WHAT: The DeKalb County School District Title I Math Carnival

WHEN: Saturday, March 23, 2019
10 a.m. until 1 p.m.

WHERE: Tucker High School
5036 Lavista Road
Tucker, GA, 30084

Weekly Update: March 10-14, 2019
Greetings Wynbrooke Parents

Thank you for joining us in last week’s Read Across America Activities. We had an awesome time celebrating literacy with our students! Our students received books as well as prizes, and also participated in daily trivia, DEAR time and other fun activities! Please help us keep the momentum going and require your student to read daily in addition to daily homework. Help us GROW AVID READERS!

Congratulations to Najma Ahmed.  Najma won first place at Wynbrooke's Social Studies Fair with her topic "How likely are people to conform in groups?" She competed with over 100 students at the District and Regional Social Studies Fairs, We are proud to announce that Najma did exceptionally well at the Regional level and will advance to the State Social Studies Fair Competition! Way to go Najma!

Join us at our next Title I Parent University on Tuesday, March 12th 6:00 pm-7:15 pm.  The title of the session is, Math Problem Solving: Keep Calm and Problem Solve. We hope you will come out and learn strategies to assist your student at home. One volunteer hour will be earned.

Our Mothers and Sons are excited about the upcoming dance at Stephenson MS on Saturday, March 16th. Volunteers are still needed for this event. Please click the link below if you are available.


Have a wonderful weekend!


This Day in History

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ESPOYII Celebration 6:30pm
Tue Mar 26 2019
Target Time Tutorial
Tue Mar 26 2019
JEL Annual Trip
Wed Mar 27 2019
to Fri Mar 29 2019

Target Time Tutorial
Thu Mar 28 2019
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