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Attendance Line  703-594-3992
 
School Announcements
Summer Registration For the 2014-2015 School Year

 Documentation Needed for Registration:

 Original Birth Certificate :(Child must be 5 years old by Sept. 30, 2014)

 Social Security Card - Original

 Proof of Residency – 3 items

 Physical Examination – Physical MUST be performed within one year prior to school entrance

 Pysical must be signed, stamped and dated by your doctor.*

 Immunizations Record:

            -DTaP - A minimum of 4 doses with one given after fourth birthday

            -Polio – A minimum of 4 doses with one given after fourth birthday

            -MMRs – 2 Measles, 2 Mumps, 1 Rubella - one after 1st birthday and 2nd dose prior to entering kindergarten

            -HEP B – 3 doses given over a 6 month period (Dose 2:  4-8 weeks after dose 1.  Dose 3:  8 weeks after dose                 2.  Total of 16 weeks between dose 1 & 3.)

            -Varicella (Chicken Pox Vaccine) – 2 doses after first birthday

 

*Physical forms are not needed at registration; however, they are required before the first day of school 9/2/14.

Please contact the school office to schedule an appointment at 703.594.3990 or stop by the T.
 Clay Wood School office between the hours of 9am -3pm. 



 

PTO 2nd Annual Harvest Howl 5K Run/Walk
 Please join us for the 2nd Annual Harvest Howl 5K Run/Walk and Wolf Pup Fun Run on Saturday, October 18th. The event will be hosted at T. Clay Wood again this year featuring prizes, raffles, DJ Dove, costumes and more....

 

Discounts are being offered for early registration (before September 1st) and for families of 4 or more who participate in either the 5K or Fun Run.

 

Online registration will be available soon, but in the meantime, open the attachment to print out a registration form that can be mailed to the school.

 Please email tcwes.harvesthowl@gmail.com with any questions

 Please click here to see flyer - click here




T. Clay Wood Library will be open this Summer

This summer our school library will be open each Wednesday throughout the summer. The hours will be from 2:00 pm until 3:30 pm. Rising 1st graders thru rising 5th graders for the 2014-15 school year will be able to check books out. (These are the current kindergarteners through 4th graders).
Each Week, there will be special staff members who will check out the books and read to students.

Here is the schedule –

June 25 – Mrs. Cortash, Mrs. Weaver, Mrs. Tillman

July 2 – Mrs. LaCasse, Mrs. Ludlow, Mr. Buchheit
July 9 – Mrs. Joyce, Mrs. Hansford, Mrs. Pell

July 16 – Mrs. Crane, Mrs. Scarce, Mrs. Pell
July 23 – Mrs. McClear , Mrs. Pell, Mr. Buchheit
July 30 - Closed

August 6 – Mrs. Fonner, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Rapee

August 13 – return books only – Mrs. Hall Madonna and Mr. Buchheit

In addition Mrs. Rapee will have three sessions for rising kindergarten students who will be new to T. Clay Wood next year from 3:45 - 4:15 on July 2, July 16, August 6.

August Grade Level Orientation/Meet your Teacher dates and times

Important change and updates for 2014-15 – Save the Date(s) NOW!!

We are excited to announce that we are changing our Open House format for August in a new way for the upcoming school year. Please make note of these changes now so you can plan ahead in order to not miss this great opportunity to learn even MORE than ever about your child’s new classroom, teacher and grade level.

In order to provide personal attention to our families, as well as address the constraints of parking, each grade level will have assigned dates/times for each session

In August (see dates below) instead of just the Open House we will now have Grade Level Orientations along with Meet Your Teacher” sessions. These sessions will take place during the last week of summer prior to the start of school. Each session will feature a structured presentation given by the grade level teachers together as a team. This segment resembles the traditional “Back-to-School Night” format. Following the presentations, there will be “Meet Your Teacher” activities (seeing the classroom, drop off supplies, etc.) in your child’s classroom. These presentations will begin promptly at the time indicated below for your grade level.

Thursday, August 28th

Kindergarten Orientation  - All students and parents @ 9:30 a.m. meet in the cafeteria

Grade 1 Orientation- All students and parents @ 11:30 a.m. meet in the cafeteria

Grade 2 Orientation- All students and parents @ 1:30 p.m. meet in the cafeteria

Friday, August 29th
Grade 5 Orientation- All students and parents @ 10:00 a.m. meet in the cafeteria.

Grade 4 Orienation- All students and parents @ 12:00 p.m. meet in the cafeteria
Grade 3 Orientation - All students and parents @ 2:00 p.m. meet in the cafeteria

Encore Rotation Schedule

Day

Date

Rotation

Monday

Sept. 1

No School

Tuesday

Sept. 2

Day 1

Wednesday

Sept. 3

Day 2

Thursday

Sept. 4

Day 3

Friday

Sept. 5

Day 4

Monday           

Sept. 8

Day 5

Tuesday

Sept. 9

Day 6

Wednesday

Sept. 10

Day 1

Thursday

Sept. 11

Day 2

Friday

Sept. 12

Day 3

The Bell Schedule for 2014-15
9:10 - 3:50 (This includes the additional 10 minutes at the end of the day). 
Monthly Timberwolf Times Newsletter 
You can access it by clicking News and Announcements on the left side buttons and then clicking on Timberwolf Times. You can also access it by clicking HERE.
"Why We Sing"
The Combined Elementary (including T. Clay Wood ES), Middle, High School Chorus Performing at Patriot HS on April 8, 2014
T. Clay Wood Elementary School Receives 2013 Best of Nokesville Award
Nokesville Award Program Honors the Achievement

NOKESVILLE December 11, 2013 -- T. Clay Wood Elementary School has been selected for the 2013 Best of Nokesville Award in the Schools category by the Nokesville Award Program.

Each year, the Nokesville Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Nokesville area a great place to live, work and play.

Various sources of information were gathered and analyzed to choose the winners in each category. The 2013 Nokesville Award Program focuses on quality, not quantity. Winners are determined based on the information gathered both internally by the Nokesville Award Program and data provided by third parties.

About Nokesville Award Program

The Nokesville Award Program is an annual awards program honoring the achievements and accomplishments of local businesses throughout the Nokesville area. Recognition is given to those companies that have shown the ability to use their best practices and implemented programs to generate competitive advantages and long-term value.

The Nokesville Award Program was established to recognize the best of local businesses in our community. Our organization works exclusively with local business owners, trade groups, professional associations and other business advertising and marketing groups. Our mission is to recognize the small business community's contributions to the U.S. economy.

SOURCE: Nokesville Award Program

CONTACT:
Nokesville Award Program
Email: PublicRelations@bestofbusinessawards.org
URL: http://www.bestofbusinessawards.org

We are a School of Excellence!
We have earned the Designation as a School of Excellence again this year.  We earned 100 out of 100 points!
Have you signed up for your shopping cards for this year yet?
Hello T. Clay Wood Families! Shopping loyalty cards are one of the easiest ways for our school to raise money to help support our programs for students. Each year, all stores require that you re-link your loyalty cards to the school you wish to support. Please take a few minutes to follow the directions below, and link your cards to T. Clay Wood Elementary School. This process should take no more than a few minutes of your time, and it can help us raise money effortlessly for our school all year long! If you have any problems with any of these processes, please feel free to send an email to tcwes.pto@gmail.com, and a PTO member will be happy to help you through the process.
 Harris Teeter
Click on the "Community" tab and choose "Together in Education"
Click on "Link to your school" and follow the directions to link your card
The TCWES Harris Teeter School ID is 8707
 

Safeway
Click on "sign up" to enroll, or "yes keep earning" to renew your card
Search by "Group ID"
TCWES eScrip Group ID is 5000
 

Giant
Click on "Our Stores" and under the "A+" column, click on "register your card"
Enter our school ID, and click "register"
The TCWES Giant Food School ID is 17912
 

Target
TCWES participates in the Target Take Charge of Education Program. Did you know that when you shop at Target and use your Target REDcard, you can save 5% off your purchase total and TCWES receives 1%?
Go to www.Target.com and register your Target REDcard with our school ID
Click on "Manage My REDcard" (bottom right hand side of the website), and follow instructions
TCWES Target School ID is 152347

SHOPAROO - This year we have partnered with Shoparoo to leverage their hassle-free approach to raising thousands of dollars for schools. 7,000+ schools are already fundraising through Shoparoo and we see it as great opportunity for us to make a difference this year. 
With the free Shoparoo app, all you have to do to raise money for our school is take pictures of your grocery receipts with your phone! Shoparoo does not require any buying, selling, collecting, delivering, etcetera… and, it works no matter where you shop or what you buy!

Major consumer goods companies pay Shoparoo to turn the receipt data into anonymousmarket research reports. For example, these companies pay for information such as, "Families in the Phoenix area are 20% more likely than the rest of the country to shop for laundry detergent at a supercenter than a traditional grocery store." In addition, brands may provide sponsored offers such as, "Receipts containing purchases of Brand-X products earn double donations during September!" These bonus offers are in addition to the rewards earned for every receipt regardless of the products purchased. Participants are free to cross-out any data on their receipts if they don't feel comfortable submitting them. As long as the store name, date, total and most purchased items are legible, the receipt will still receive donation credit.

Our school receives a donation for every grocery receipt picture taken through the free Shoparoo app. There is no limit to how much we can raise with Shoparoo, so please download the app and start taking pictures today. Also, each of our first 20 participants will earn a guaranteed $1 donation for their first receipt!

A. Download the free Shoparoo app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.

B. Once it’s downloaded, select our school as your cause and take pictures of receipts!

C. Invite other parents and members of the community to participate in this simple fundraiser.

If you have any questions, you can contact Mr. Buchheit at buchhear@pwcs.edu or visit www.shoparoo.com.Thank you for your support!

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