From the Principal

Dear Wilder Community:

Welcome to Wilder Elementary School.  It is an honor and privilege to be the principal of a wonderful place for teaching and learning. I am excited about the opportunities children have here at Wilder to grow academically as well as build on positive character traits. I encourage you to be actively involved as well as engaged in your child’s education at home as well as at Wilder. We look forward to partnering with you on this amazing experience with your child.

Yours in Academics,

David A. Wright

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SAFE SUMMER!


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TO BE
TOBACCO, ALCOHOL,
 AND DRUG FREE


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Wilder Elementary Student Council



TEACHER OF THE YEAR
2015-2016
MRS. LACEY BERRY

 


Wilder Elementary School Administration

Mr. David A. Wright
 Principal

&

Dr. Vanessa Smith-Canty
Assistant Principal

 

Upcoming Events

Parent Information

SUMTER SCHOOL DISTRICT
2016-2017
CALENDAR

Calendar 2016-2017new.pdf

SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN
REVISED 2016

WilderElementarySchoolSRP2016PDF.pdf
Dear Wilder Community,
       Since Wilder is a Title I School, our Title I plan is available for viewing by contacting Wilder Elementary at 773-5723.


 REPORT TO THE PARENTS
2015-2016

Final Report to the Parents 2015-2016.pdf

State/Federal Parental Notification Requirements

2014Statefedguidelines.pdf

NoticeTo Households Approval of Benefits

Notice to Households Approval of Benefits.pdf
Title 1 Parent Involvement Policy
Title One Parent Involvement Policy 2015.doc

Our Mission and Our Vision

Our Mission:
Wilder Elementary's mission is to educate all, by providing innovative learning experiences in a diverse environment that fosters academic excellence and good citizenship.
 
Our Vision:
Wilder Elementary students will be life-long, self-directed, responsible and caring learners who will shape tomorrow's future.

Sumter School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age in admission to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities. For inquiries regarding the policy, contact the Assistant Superintendent of Personnel or the Director of Specialized Programs, Sumter School District, 1345 Wilson Hall Road, Sumter, SC 29150 or call 803-469-6900

School Day 7:30 AM-2:15PM
Breakfast 6:50 AM-7:30 AM 
Tardy Bell 7:40 AM
Office Hours 7AM-3:30 PM


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