All Wilder's students are expected to read over the summer. With many stores closed due to the pandemic, we created virtual book fairs for families to order books online at a discounted rate. Students are expected to read at least three books. Activity books have also been included for the lower elementary (Click the header for the links).
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Do you qualify for free or reduced lunch? Reminders were sent six weeks ago regarding the Pandemic EBT for the summer. If you have not applied yet, it is not too late. Apply online before June 30, 2020. Families can qualify for up to $365 per eligible child to use on food and groceries. Once approved you will receive your P-EBT card in the mail. Visit ca.p-ebt.org/info to learn more.
As we close out the end of the year, please review the letter from our CEO, Ms. Ramona Wilder and complete the survey by June 10th. The link is attached to this letter and posted on your Class Dojo. Your feedback is valued as we plan the next school year.
Click on this link to find local resources for internet, food, and FREE educational resources. Learn about what's happening in your community and ways you can stay informed. This site will be updated daily. As of May 20, 2020, there are NO known cases of Coronavirus in the Wilder's Preparatory Academy school community.
Coronavirus Updates 041020: School is closed for the remainder of the year (LA County Ordered Stay at Home/LACOE and Inglewood District recommendations)
Today, April 13, 2020 in accordance with the state governor's recommended Stay at Home "Safer at Home" Rule and Los Angeles County of Education and Inglewood Unified School district recommendations, Wilder's Kinder and Main Campuses will continue to be closed for the remainder of this school year. Both elementary and middle school teachers will be providing remote instruction. Teachers will send messages to families through Class Dojo and the Google Classrooms. Students will continue to complete work assigned. Zoom video conferencing will also be offered to provide parents/guardians tutorials and to engage students in the assigned lessons. Thank you all for your support. Continue to check the school website for updates and community based resources.
March 2nd is our annual celebration of our founder Mr. Wilder. This year we celebrate 20 years in this building and honor Mr. Wilder with his own street Raymond D. Wilder Way.
Sixty seventh and eighth graders visited Northrop Grumman to learn more about satellites.
Interested families can pick up an enrollment packet at the main office 830 N. LaBrea Avenue, Inglewood California 90302. The application is attached to this link.
11 Wilder's Middle School students participated in the annual SCLC Oratorical Competition this Saturday, January 12, 2020. Violet Cueva Flores (8) and Tyler Malbrew (6) were awarded second and third place. Violet was awarded $750 prize (2nd place) and Tyler was awarded $500 prize (third place).
On January 31st, Wilder's families will ice skate at the Toyota Sports Center in El Segundo (555 Nash Street). Pre-sale tickets are available for $15 on both campuses. Ticket sales begin Friday, January 10th-January 30th.
Support the WPACS Scholastic Book Fair on both campuses. Proceeds help support the school.
It's the end of the first trimester and WPACS would love to hear from our families. Please complete the online survey (Click on this title to access the survey) and provide your feedback. Thank you in advance for your support.
Wilder's participated in the national Red Ribbon Week. Students pledged to live a drug free life and participated in a variety of class and school wide activities.
Once a month, Wilder's will participate in a safety drill. These drills include earthquake, fire, lock down and active shooter drills. Any parent on campus is expected to participate in the drill.
Each month students will be recognized for perfect attendance and excellence in the core classes. This month we recognized students that completed Summer Reading and students that received a 4 on both their ELA and Math Smarter Balance Assessment in May 2019.
This year's WPACS Harvest Festival theme is CARNIVAL! There will be a Haunted House, exciting games, crafts and yummy food. Volunteers are needed to help each grade level. Sign up with your teacher. All proceeds help support WPACS field trips and activities.
Over the summer, all Wilder's students are expected to read. Each grade level has suggested chapter books. A summary report sheet should be completed for every book read. Students in grades 5-8 have an additional report that require chapter summaries and responses to several essay questions. All summaries are expected to be completed before the first day of school in August. Click on this link for more details.
Wilder's Preparatory Academy Charter School is #1!
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Wilder's Preparatory Academy Charter School is named by Roland Martin as the School Choice All Star