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     Parents and Community Crew Members,

    Wow! It is already November, and we have had a very busy beginning in the first quarter of the school year. So much to be grateful for here at World of Inquiry. Friends of World of Inquiry supported our Bay Creek Paddling Outward Bound Experience. What a great way to support our community and connect. We will continue to find creative ways to connect this virtual setting.

     Parent Leadership

    We want to take a moment to recognize our parent leadership. They graciously volunteer their time to participate as representatives of our parents on decision-making teams and advocate for all students. Having parent voices involved in our school improvement process and these leadership endeavors support our entire school community. Please join me in thanking them for their service and support. "Together, we can all make a difference in support of our children and school."

    Parent-Teacher Crew

    President: Christine Babcock and Sharon Peck

    Treasurer: Alicia Rogers

    Thanks, PTC and the Reddingtons for assisting with Senior Drive Thru Kettle Corn Fundraiser on Wednesday, November 4, 2:30 -5:30.

    School-Based Planning Team Parent Representatives:

    Chad Oliveiri 

    Johanna Gefell-Wofford

    La'Shanna Westley

    Jermaine Wearing

     Science Stars:

    Be sure to check out the PSA created by our science stars. They are informative, humorous, and contain valuable information they have learned in their experience with the U of R. Way to go!

    Report Cards:

    Considering the unique virtual settings we are in, it is critical to communicate how students respond in this remote setting; engaging in your child's learning experience is vital. Be sure to follow up with your child's teacher to set up a Parent Teacher Conference. Report card season is a great time to discuss your child's academic success based on the prioritized standards.

    Report cards will be mailed home the week of November 23.

    Here are a few tips to help parents and guardians provide their children with positive and constructive responses to report cards:

    • Celebrate small successes and improvements. Establish academic goals with your child, working with their teacher on meeting those goals.
    • Clearly communicate your expectations to your child. Your child should read EVERY DAY.
    • Meet with your child's teachers and establish systems for ongoing communication. Seek the support of the professionals in our building, including your child's teacher. World of Inquiry has a fantastic support team, including our Community Resource Site Coordinator, Counselors, and our Intervention Prevention Teachers. In addition to your child's classroom teacher, these professionals can advise you of opportunities that may exist to support your child's progress. Don't hesitate to contact the main office for more information regarding supports.
    • Be sure to keep report cards in perspective. Recognize and praise your child's successes, think about what motivates your child, and reward your child for their progress.

    Finally, as the holidays quickly approach us, it is important to be thankful and recognize our students' efforts to grow and improve. We are working hard on finding ways to include your children in understanding their progress, establishing goals, and taking ownership of their learning. Your support is always vital to our efforts.

    Be Well,

    T'Hani Pantoja



    Additional Information:

    Griffin Value for November is: Self Discipline 

    Veteran's Day No School -November 11

    The end of the Marking Period is November 13

    Thanksgiving Recess No School -November 25-27





    Administrative Team Email:

    T’Hani Pantoja, Principal

    Paul Lampe, Academy Director

    Adrienne Steflik, Assistant Principal

    Jennifer Johnson, Assistant Principal 

    Donna Enright, Athletic Director

    Jessica Flanders, Administrative Community Site Coordinator


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