Welcome to our R. Bruce Wagner Elementary website. We hope you’ll find this to be a valuable resource for information about our school. Please check back often for the latest news and updates!
***Polk County Public Schools Will Use Remaining Early Release Days to Make Up Storm Days***
In consultation with the Polk Education Association, Polk County Public Schools will use its six remaining early release days for the 2017-2018 school year to make up instructional time lost due to Hurricane Irma.
“There will be no more early release days for students for the rest of the school year,” said Superintendent Jacqueline M. Byrd. “However, this will spare students, teachers and other employees from having to lose precious time during the holiday seasons, or extending the school year to make up instructional time. We feel this option is the best compromise to keep our students in class without giving up important time with loved ones.”
The scheduled early dismissal days that are now full instructional days are:
Oct. 11, 2017
Nov. 15, 2017
Jan. 24, 2018
Feb. 7, 2018
March 14, 2018
May 16, 2018
FUNDRAISER EXTENSION TIME:
Due to Hurricane Irma, we will be extending the Fall Fundraiser. Please return all order forms by this Friday September 22, 2017. Due to this extension the date for delivery may change. We will keep you updated.
Our monthly SAC meeting has been rescheduled for Friday, Sept. 22nd at 7:30 in the Media Center.
Title I Resources
The Parent Family Engagement Plan (PFEP), School Improvement (SIP), and School Public Accountability Report (SPAR) reports are all available on the website and in the Parent Involvement Notebook, in the RBW Office in English and Spanish. If you would like a hard copy, please contact Mrs. Guptill at email@example.com or 863-701-1450.
Please visit our Title I page for more information.
We are excited to keep up the progress for the 2017-2018 school year. Below you will find links to help you start your year off prepared.
To view our 2015-2016 School Public Accountability Report (SPAR), please click here.
The most common preventable ways babies and young children die are from drowning, preventable crib death, and being left with caretakers that have anger management issues and are not suited to caring for a child. In the past three years in Polk County, we have had 36 children die due to unsafe sleep (17) or drowning (18). Each year, these deaths account for more than 50% of all childhood deaths, both preventable and non-preventable. This is very eye opening.
DCF has a provided a great brochure for preventing the three most common causes of preventable childhood death: water safety, safe sleep, and controlling emotions/anger in caretakers. Click here for the brochure in English or here for the brochure in Spanish. Click here for a brochure on summer safety.
What’s for Lunch?
Click here to see what’s for breakfast and lunch. Be sure to select Breakfast or Lunch and remember, thanks to the Community Eligible program, both are free for all students.