Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative Middle High School

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WLC Mission Statement

  • WLC will strive to be a positive learning community that ensures each student has the opportunity to develop to his or her potential.
    WLC believes all children learn at different individual rates and times and under different teaching and learning situations. We bring the family, school and community together to be accountable for the cognitive, affective, and physical growth of our students. We work together to help them become creative, future- oriented problem solvers who will take responsibility for their education, live and learn in harmony, and be involved in their school and their community.

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Fall Newsletter from Mr. Bagley

  • November WLC Newsletter

    Fall is upon us with winter fast approaching. We have had a great start to school year 2015-2016. The students have adjusted well to the start of the year with the sixth graders adjusting well to their new surroundings. Fall sports have ended and winter sports are quickly approaching. Below are some of the highlights from the fall.

    Department Heads are leading their respective departments on a review of the Program of Studies. The goal of this review is to create a three year plan to better meet the needs of all students. Departments will be running more AP courses and make them available to students prior to their senior year. Dual enrollment courses will be offered starting next year. Traditional courses will remain the cornerstone of our program but we will be sure to include classes that are structured with a hands-on, project based approach. We’re also looking into ELO opportunities and online hybrid courses.

    Progress continues with implementing competency grading in the high school. Teachers are reporting out to parents through Powerschool every 10 days. If you have questions feel free to contact guidance, your child’s teacher or me at 654-6123.

    Congratulations to the following students who were inducted into the National Honor Society: Charlotte Bailey, Trey Carrier, Tyler Carrier, Kassandra Cavarretta, Johnathan Knowles, Katya Lutz, Gianna Mercier, Duncan Rae, Matthew Shinn, Naomi Vander-Heyden, Grace Wight, and Brooklyn Zielie.

    November is Epilepsy Awareness month. Students and staff at Fres will be wearing purple to support epilepsy awareness on Friday November 6th. On November 13th WLC will be doing the same, wearing purple to support epilepsy awareness.  

    Red Ribbon Week was October 26- 30th.  The week’s message is to say no to drugs. Ed Gerety kicked off Red Ribbon Week at WLC on the 26th by speaking to the Middle and High School Students. He shared personal experiences, inspirational stories, and powerful lessons. Gerety teaches the life skills that are essential for our youth to develop as leaders in school and in life. These skills include respect, character, gratitude, leadership, attitude, and making a difference. The week ended with speakers from Phoenix House sharing their horrible personal experiences with drugs and stressing how drugs can ruin lives.

    Representatives from Cheshire YMCA were here October 22nd and October 29th to speak to the grade 8 students and families concerning this year’s Washington DC Trip. If you were unable to attend and you’re interested please contact Sarah Cunningham at 603-352-0447. Email address is sarah@cheshireymca.org.

    Powerschool: If you need more information on your students’ progress or to sign on once and be able to access all students in your family - create your own account.  See instructions on the sign on page or contact Sue Ballou at s.ballou@sau63.org or 654-6123 ext 2301 for assistance.

    On November 12th, students in grades 4- 9 and 12 will be receiving their individual score reports in Math and English Language Arts from the state mandated Smarter Balanced assessment which they took Spring 2015.  On November 12th, look for an envelope addressed to the parent/guardian sent home with your child.  In this envelope will be the Smarter Balanced assessment individual score reports and accompanying documents.  If you have any questions please contact Dolores Fox, District Curriculum Coordinator, at d.fox@sau63.org.

    Guidance Information:

    • WLC Pride Day is this Friday November 6th
    • Financial Aid and College Overview-Wednesday November 4th from 6pm-8pm in WLC library-(Juniors and Seniors and their parents)
    • Keene State Field trip-10th & 11th grade-Friday November 13th
    • Honor Roll & High Honor Roll will ONLY be awarded for Semester 1 and Semester 2 grades for High School Students.