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Updates on School Closures

Please see the attached letter regarding updates on school closures and procedures. Non- Student Days (School Closure): March 16-March 27

FOOD SERVICES for STUDENTS: Starting Tuesday, March 17th- Lunch for that day and breakfast for the following day pick-up from 11-12:30 at the following locations: DeMille, Anderson, Warner, Johnson, Stacey/Clegg
*All of the above are subject to change based on new developments

Long Distance Learning Packets for TK-6th Grades

The following link is to the Language Arts and Math packets that were sent home on Friday. The work they reference can be found in the Wonders "Your Turn" practice book or the My Math Volume 2 practice book that were also sent home on Friday.

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1B31qag8K1CRqAjB6SwPMHsgErlO5dmSW

Food for Students

In order to safeguard the health and safety of our students, yet continue to provide meal service during the coronavirus-related closure, Nutrition Services has enacted the following plan. Please see the attachment with details.

Coronavirus Information

You may have heard news reports about the Coronavirus that has caused an outbreak of a respiratory illness and that there has been a confirmed case in Orange County. We understand this may be a source of concern for our community and ask that you read the following important information.

Willmore TK/Kindergarten Information Night on Wednesday, January 29th! Click on the link to see our flyer with important information and details.

Come to hear about all of the amazing programs at Willmore at our TK/Kindergarten Information Night on Wednesday, January 29th at 6:30 pm in the Willmore Multipurpose Room. Willmore Language Academy provides all students with the opportunity to become multilingual, multi-literate, and multicultural global citizens. Our program emphasizes and promotes the acquisition of three languages: English, Spanish and Coding. Through the partnership with Code to the Future, students have opportunities to develop their critical thinking and problem solving skills. According to the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics, there will be a one million job gap in computer science by 2020. Our language academy prepares for 21st century learning, as well as college and career opportunities that will lead to success in a global economy by giving students the skills that the future demands. We are looking forward to seeing you on January 29th. Please see the attached flyer and contact the school at 714-895-3765 for questions or to set up a tour!

Thunderbirds Participate in Hour of Code

Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet, but fewer than half of all schools teach computer science. Girls and minorities are severely underrepresented in computer science classes, and in the tech industry. The good news is we are on our way to change this. Willmore Elementary is committed to teaching our students how to code. Through our partnership with Code to the Future, our students create using Scratch, LEGO robotics, and Minecraft Education Edition. But this week we also had students explore and create with the tutorials found on Code.org.

Career Day

Willmore hosted our first ever Career Day this month to support our vision to engage, equip, and empower all students to pursue their passions and lead in a globally diverse community.

Red Ribbon Week October 28th-November 1st

Willmore will kick off our red ribbon activities on Monday, October 28th as part of an awareness campaign to educate students on the dangers of drug and alcohol abuse.

We have spirit days scheduled each day, with a different theme each day!
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