StudentVUE and ParentVUE Offline for Weekend Maintenance
The WJCC Schools online student and family portals will be offline for scheduled maintenance Sunday, April 25 at 5 p.m. – Monday, April 26 at 6 a.m. ParentVUE, StudentVUE, and Online Registration will be unavailable during this time.
Kindergarten Registration Kicks Off with Virtual Meet & Greet
Do you have a child who will start kindergarten next school year? Don’t miss your chance to meet the principal and learn more about getting ready for kindergarten. Each elementary school will host a virtual welcome session Friday, May 7, at 9 a.m. Families will learn how to help prepare their child for school and get information about the online pre-registration process. You can sign up here to attend the May 7 event or call your child’s zoned school. We can’t wait to meet you!
Number of Face-to-Face Learning Days Increases for All Students
This week, students in grades K-5 came back to school buildings four days a week. Their excitement was contagious as they greeted classmates, some of whom they had not seen face-to-face all school year. The next step in the phased expansion of in-person learning happens on Monday, May 3, when middle and high school students return to on-site instruction four days a week.Fridays will continue to be remote learning days for the remainder of the school year. Virtual Academy students will continue to follow their current schedule but may be required to visit school buildings for academic screenings or in-person testing. Read More.
Saluting our Military-Connected Students
WJCC Schools proudly supports the 1,200 students in our schools who have a family member serving active duty in the armed forces. To show our appreciation for the sacrifices military-connected families make, students and staff dressed in purple on Wednesday, April 21, for Purple Up! Day. The color purple symbolizes the blending of colors from each military branch: Army green, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard blue, and Marine Corps red. You can see photos from Purple Up! Day on the WJCC Schools Facebook page.
Heroes of Hope
Each month, WJCC Schools honors teachers and staff members who go “above and beyond” to create safe, welcoming, and creative places for students to learn. These stellar employees are known as the WJCC Heroes of Hope. Meet the April Heroes of Hope.
Ending the Week on a High Note
For the third consecutive year, WJCC Schools has been named a “Best Community for Music Education” by the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation. Schools and divisions receive this award for their exceptional commitment to music and the arts. Honorees are selected based on highly qualified teachers, funding of programs, and access to music instruction. By the time they graduate, every WJCC Schools student will have participated in some form of music education, including general music courses, orchestra, band, or chorus.