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Help Max go to the World Championship
Join Team Max as we raise money for our trip to the F.I.R.S.T Robotic World Championship.
Where: La Fortuna Restaurant.
When: Saturday April 22, 2017 9 A.M. till Noon.
Menu includes pancakes, sausage, bacon, juice, coffee and or tea.
Cost $10.00 for adults Children 10 and under $5.00. We will have two baskets available for raffle approximate value $80.00 each. Tickets can be purchased by team members or contact acormier@wolcottps.org or rcormier@wolcottps.org.

CASA presents: Cops & Coffee

Saturday, April 22nd from 9 AM-11 AM

Dunkin Donuts

478 Wolcott Rd. Wolcott, Connecticut 06716

Come sip on some coffee and learn about the coalition. Our WPD will be there to discuss ways to keep yourself protected from crimes, as well as how to keep your kids safe during prom and graduation season. For more information please contact Kate Glendon, at kglendon@wolcottps.org www.wolcottcasa.org


Stop at Peterson Park on Saturday, April 22, 2017

1:00 – 3:00 p.m

Grade 3 Recycled Art Project Contest

Make a recycled art project and drop it off at 12:00 for a chance to win a prize.

Spend time with your family and friends to learn how to conserve our earth!

Free CFL bulbs  

Free Green cleaners   

Free snacks

Free vegetable plants 

Free FUN raffles with cool prizes

Get a recycling bin and play some recycling games

SEE an eco-friendly car, The Chevy Volt!

Recycle your old electronics at the Take 2 Recycle truck

Sponsored by:

Frisbie School Student Leader Linnea Moore along with Wolcott Schools Student Council Volunteers

Fascia's Chocolates Relay for Life Fundraiser
Sunday, April 23rd 1:00-5:00
At Fascia’s Chocolate
44 Chase River Road, Waterbury
Make Your Own Candy Bar $10.00 per person
($6.00 goes to American Cancer Society)
And 10% of all sales too!
Free samples, coffee and cake
Many thanks to the Fascia family for their support!
Sponsored by Frisbie Flyers Relay For Life Team
PAY AT THE DOOR. We hope to see you there.
Heroin and Opioid Awareness Discussion

For Parents and Educators

“Chasing the Dragon”

Hosted by CASA and the

United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Connecticut


 May 2, 2017

6:30 -8:00 pm

Tyrell Middle School

RSVP to Kate Glendon at: Kglendon@wolcottps.org

Or call (203)879-8164 ext.28

Boy Scout Troop 230
Fundraiser Amalfi Restaurant & Pizza
580 Wolcott Street, Waterbury
Monday, May 1, 4 -8PM
All you can eat pasta, meatballs, and salad.
Only $10.00 per person!
Pay at the door, purchase tickets ahead of time from one of our Scouts, or by calling 203-232-8186.

Thank you for supporting our troop activities and helping fund our Scouts’ summer camp fees.

Pancake Breakfast

Join Girls Incorporated for a scrumptious Saturday morning breakfast buffet hosted by LaFortuna Restaurant & Girls Inc. of Western Connecticut!

Proceeds raised will directly benefit our Junior Leadership Program at Tyrrell Middle School & Teen Leadership Program at Wolcott High School!

When: Saturday May 6th

Where: LaFortuna Restaurant; 388 Wolcott Rd. Wolcott

Time: 9:00AM - Noon

Cost: $10 adults; $5 kids 10 & under

**Tickets available at the door or purchased ahead of time at our main office - 35 Park Place; Waterbury, CT 06702**

For more information or to purchase tickets, please contact our main office at: info@girlsincswct.org or call 203-756-4639

Roast Beef Dinner! 

Company 1 of the Wolcott Volunteer Fire Department Presents the Annual Roast Beef Dinner Fundraiser

Wolcott, CT – Company 1 of The Wolcott Volunteer Fire Department will present their 64th Annual Roast Beef Dinner Fundraiser, taking place at 395 Central Avenue on Saturday, May 13, 2017, from 4:00-7:30 pm.

Supporters can choose to dine in or take-out the homemade roast beef dinner and strawberry shortcake.  T-shirts and raffle tickets for prizes will also be on sale the day of the dinner.  All of the apparatus and equipment will be on display for everyone to see.  As their ONLY fundraising event, Company 1 truly relies on your support to maintain that apparatus and equipment and purchase new equipment.

Tickets can be purchased by mail with a personal check, at the firehouse on Thursday nights (7-9 pm), at Walsh's IGA (9 am-1 pm) on Saturday, April 15th/22nd, at Farmer’s Insurance (1810 Meriden Rd) during business hours or online at https://goo.gl/gxDcDh.  Pre-sale tickets are $10 for Adults; $5 for Children ages 5-8.  Tickets at the door are $12 for Adults; $6 for Children ages 5-8.

Wolcott Volunteer Fire Dept., Company 1

395 Central Avenue

Wolcott, CT 06716

Wolcott Special Games

Saturday May 20, 2017 9am-1:30pm

Woodtick Recreation Pavilion

201 Nichols Rd, Wolcott

(Rain or Shine)

Petting Zoo, snow cones, cotton candy, Frankie's french fries, bounce house, and much more!

Call Gloria Clair for more information or questions: 203-879-2045

Girls Inc presents... I am a Leader!

Girls Inc is offering a unique leadership program for Middle School Girls. This spring, we will empower our girls through Self-Defense lessons, social media safety, self-confidence, community action projects, and so much more!

Located at Terryl Middle School, meeting right after school until 5 pm, every Monday from February 6 through May 14. 

Green Cleaning Information

As concerns about chemicals in the environment grow, there is an effort to reduce the amount and type of chemicals people are exposed to every day. In light of this, a law was passed in 2009 by the CT legislature that requires schools to start a green cleaning program in the schools by July 2011. School Districts need the cooperation of staff and parents to both comply with the law, and protect the health of students and staff.

PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal Updated

Parents and Guardians,

Please be aware that the PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal has been updated and has a new web address: https://wolcott.powerschool.com/public/ - Please be sure to use the new web address to access the Student and Parent Portal moving forward.  Thank you

Frank Purcaro

Director of Student Learning & Teaching