October 18, 2019

Wyandot Families:

Thanks to all of you who attended our fall Parent/Teacher Conferences.  This is a great way to continue building relationships between the Wyandot staff and families.  It is amazing to see all of your children grow each and every day at Wyandot, and we love to celebrate the great things that are happening here!  

Tonight is our PTO Trivia Night at Wyandot form 5:30-7:00.  Please come and enjoy time with your family and Wyandot friends.  All activities will take place by the playground area.  

The Wellness and Walk-A-Thon day has been a yearly tradition at Wyandot to raise money for the Wyandot PTO. This has typically been the PTO’s largest fundraiser for the year, but this year we will be teaming with Dublin Bridges to help a student and family in need.  This year our walk will be changed to A Walk to Stomp out Cancer, and 100% of the donations received will support one of our 3rd grade students who is battling cancer for the 2nd time. Wyandot has always been a place with great empathy and compassion for others, and now is the time we really need a team effort to support our 3rd grade student.  Over the past two weeks, Mr. Sprouse, Mrs. Brundrett and I spoke with every grade level about our ‘Walk to Stomp Out Cancer.’ We hope your child came home and talked to you about how they want to help out one of our teammates. This week we will be selling green shoelaces before school and during lunch to support Pavan’s journey.  Green is Pavan’s favorite color, so we hope putting these laces in our shoes will remind us of how we continue to support Pavan on his journey.  Shoelaces are $5 per pair. Please send cash (exact change is welcomed) or check (written to Wyandot PTO) to purchase.  

Our Harvest Parties will take place on October 31.  We just wanted to share a few tidbits for this day…

  • If students choose to change into costumes, costumes need to be MERRY and NOT SCARY!

  • Students need to be able to change into costumes on their own.  Parents will not be allowed to help students change into costumes.

  • Our Harvest Parade will take place from 2:40-2:50.  Classroom parties will start at the completion of the parade.  Parents will be let into the building at 2:25 to sign-in for the parade and parties.

  • Our Harvest parties are to celebrate the students of Wyandot.  Siblings are welcome to come and watch the parade, but we will not allow siblings into the classrooms for the parties.  Space is at a premium in the classrooms, and we want our parties to focus on the students at Wyandot having a great time!

  • If you are volunteering for the party, you must have a background check through Dublin City Schools. 


As the weather continues to change, please help your child dress for the weather.  We will be going outside for recess if the weather is 25 degrees and above. The fresh is keeps the germs away.

Just as a reminder, there is no staff supervision in the mornings until 8:55am.  We are noticing that many students are arriving to Wyandot before this time.  

Thank you for everything you do for the students of Wyandot!  Enjoy your weekend!

Your partners in education,

Mrs. Schwartz

Mrs. Brundrett

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Next week is "Share Week" in music class! During music class on October 21 - 24, any student who studies music outside of Wyandot may bring in a piece they have been working on and share with their class. If they play an instrument other than piano, please remember to send their instrument on their assigned day. 

Students must be signed up in advance to share. Visit https://tinyurl.com/wyandotmusic to sign your child up for share day. The date for their class will be listed by teacher. If you have more than one child planning to share, please fill it out for each child. If you have any questions, please email me at davis_alison@dublinschools.net

Thank You!

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IMPORTANT DATES
Nov. 5-NO SCHOOL, Election Day/Safety Waiver Day
Nov. 19-Coffee with Dr. Hoadley, 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m., Dublin Library
Nov. 27-NO SCHOOL, Teacher Conference Comp Day
Nov. 28-29-NO SCHOOL, Thanksgiving Break

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