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  • Phone 585-328-3440

    Hours
    Start Time 7:30
    Dismissal Time 2:30

    Summer Office Hours 9:00 - 2:00

    DASA Coordinator
    Gary Reynolds | Gary.Reynolds@rcsdk12.org

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  • Join us for graduation

    Today our seniors will be crossing the stage and receiving their diplomas. We are excited to share this opportunity and, if you would like to watch from home.

    Below is the link to this evening's commencement ceremony Youtube live stream.  It is posted as unlisted, please use the link below:

    https://youtu.be/PxOOWZCorN0

     The ceremony begins at 6:30 pm.

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  • Summer Athletics

    Please take a look at the summer athletics offered by the City of Rochester. For more information please contact:

    Eric Rose

    Director of Community Athletics, City of Rochester

    Department of Recreation and Human Services    

    Rochester Community Sports Complex

    448 Smith Street Rochester, NY 14613

    (585) 428-6481

    rosee@cityofrochester.gov

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  • Wilson's own DVC  is Back on Stage

    Save the Dates. Tickets go on Sale June 1

    After 2 1/2 years away, DVC (Dream/Visualize/Create, remember?) returns to the stage with Seven Years Gone, an original production featuring this lovely and amazing cast and band:

    Wilson grads:

    Adriana Allen

    Sheyranna Cajigas

    Kevin Chaba

    Kaleb Chitaphong

    Jamie DiGiacco

    Jack Enderle

    Artemis (Gwen) P. Scott

    Erich Snell

    Current Wilson students:

    Eleanor Gaul

    Aianna Kettavong

    Local artists:

    Katie Keating

    Alexus Maxam

    1. J. Savastano

    Doug Waterman

    Kaleab Wiggins

    Live @ The MuCCC (Multi-use Community Cultural Center- 142 Atlantic Ave)

    July 9 @ 7:30

    July 10 @ 2

    July 14 @ 7:30

    July 15 @ 7:30

    July 16@ 2 & 7:30

    Description

    A world premiere event. Seven years after a tragic event changed the trajectory of their lives, a circle of friends struggles to find purpose (and stay sober) amid the challenges of everyday life in 21st century America.

    The show deals with addiction and contains adult language and situations. Recommended for teens and adults.

     

    For more information:

    www.dvctheatre.com

    www.muccc.org

    DVC, or Dream/Visualize/Create, is a collection of students and graduates of Wilson Magnet High School’s drama club and local artists. 2022 marks the organization’s 22nd year of bringing thought-provoking, affordable, challenging productions to audiences.

     

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