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NEMS Scores in Vocabulary Bowl

North End Middle School students studied hard and learned 16,171 new words as part of the national Vocabulary Bowl competition. That result placed the school in the top ten nationally. CONGRATULATIONS!

Community Meeting

POG community meetings

 

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DPAC Meeting
Early Dismissal

Due to the weather, Waterbury Public Schools will have an early dismissal today. Debido a las condiciones del tiempo, los estudiantes de las escuelas públicas de Waterbury saldrán temprano hoy. Për shkak të kushteve të motit, nxënësit e Shkollave Publike të Waterbury do të dalin herët nga shkolla ditën e sotme.

Early Dismissal

Due to the weather, Waterbury Public Schools will have an early dismissal today. Debido a las condiciones del tiempo, los estudiantes de las escuelas públicas de Waterbury saldrán temprano hoy. Për shkak të kushteve të motit, nxënësit e Shkollave Publike të Waterbury do të dalin herët nga shkolla ditën e sotme.

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New Year Begins with New Staff in Place

January 14, 2019 - Superintendent of Schools Dr. Verna Ruffin (standing) welcomed new staff to her Cabinet today, where the discussion immediately focused on student learning. New staff (or staff in new positions) include Dr. Gregory Rodriguez, Deputy Superintendent; Mr. William F. Clark, Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Tonya Biles, Supervisor of Pupil Personnel, and Jacqueline Davis, District Climate and Attendance Coordinator. Two CT State Department of Education officials helped provide guidance: Leslie Carson, Turnaround Office, and Ajit Gopalakrishnan, Bureau Chief of the Performance Office. 

cabinet meeting 

 

Filmmaker Documents Waterbury Students Learning to Read

Harvey Hubbell, filmmaker, is filming a documentary in Waterbury about the systems/practices we use to teach reading. This link will bring you to the first 7 episodes. They are only a few minutes each. 

https://www.seedling.tv/

Kindergarten Registration
  • All Kindergarten registrations will be processed ONLY at the Waterbury Family Intake Center at One Jefferson Square on the first floor.
  • Registration hours are from 8:15 am until 2:30 pm, Monday through Friday for children who will be 5 years old on or before January 1, 2020.
  • If a language other than English is spoken in the home, then the child MUST be present at the time of registration.
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  • Todas las Registraciones para kindergarten serán procesadas SOLAMENTE en el Family Intake Center de Waterbury localizado en el primer piso de one Jefferson Square. 

  • El horario de registración es de 8:15 hasta las 2:30 pm, lunes a viernes para niños que tengan 5 años de edad en o antes del 1ro  de enero de 2020

  • Si en su casa se habla otro idioma distinto al Inglés, su niño/a DEBE estar presente para la  Registración. 

For more information including registration dates, please click here - English / Spanish

Youth Summit

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DPAC Meeting

flyer for jan 9

Community Conversation

flyer for community conversation

Parent Forum

parent forum flyer

DPAC Event

flyer for nov 14

FLYER IN SPANISH / ALBANIAN

Governance Council Training

Waterbury Public Schools Governance Council Training Module

Provided by the Waterbury Board of Education & CABE CT Association Boards of Education

  Tuesday, November 27, 2018 (Snow Date: Wednesday Nov. 28, 2018)

6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. at Crosby High School Media Center

300 Pierpont Road Waterbury, CT 06705  

Light Refreshments Will be Served

Child Care Provided by Crosby High School Students

Module:  Basics- “What School Governance Members Need to Know”   

Attorney Rebecca Adams from CABE

Full flyer in English / Spanish / Albanian 

Input Sought on Grant Application

21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant 2018-19

The Waterbury Public School District is preparing one afterschool grant application for the 2018-19 21st Century Community Learning Centers Grant Program.  We welcome any input or suggestions you have to offer concerning this grant application.  To share your thoughts on this please call the Competitive Grants Office at 203-346-3506, or email nsteck@waterbury.k12.ct.us using the following subject line: 21st CCLC Community Input, by October 23, 2018.

WAMS Lottery
November Meeting Rescheduled

The Board of Education meeting originally scheduled for Thursday, November 15th, has been rescheduled to Wednesday, November 14th, at 6:30 p.m. at Waterbury Arts Magnet School. 

Former Student Donates

Julian Adorno, who graduated last year from Wilby's Special Ed program, came back to visit three schools September 24th bearing gifts for those schools' special education programs. Utilizing funds he raised during several fundraisers over the past year, Julian utilized his passion and talent to raise funds for different autism local and national organizations, including the purchase of OSMO interactive programs for the special education students for use with IPads for Wilby, North End and Crosby.  

With the assistance of his family, Julian did paint night fundraisers that he taught himself. Julian is a very talented artisit,a nd he also created and sold notecards for different occasions with his own art as well.

Julian is the son of Commissioner Melissa Serrano Adorno. 

wilby donation

 

Left to right: Kerri Gibson, Victor Adorno, Commissioner Serrano Adorno, Julian Adorno, Deana Bolls, and Principal Carey Edwards. 

 

School Governance
Staff Welcome New Superintendent

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dr ruffin greets

 

Dr. Ruffin greets staff as they arrive at the reception to welcome her to Waterbury Public Schools. 

New Superintendent Named

Dr. Verna D. Ruffin is the new Superintendent of Schools for Waterbury. The Board of Education official named Dr. Ruffin at its meeting June 28, 2018. 

Dr. Ruffin comes to Waterbury from a position as a Chief Academic Officer for the Achievement School District in Memphis, Tennessee. Prior to that position, she had served as Superintendent of the Jackson-Madison County Schools in Jackson (TN) and Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction and Area Superintendent in Tulsa (OK) Public Schools.

Dr. Ruffin accepts position

Educators of Year Announced

Thirty-one teachers, three paraprofessionals, one administrator, and one support staff person of the year will be honored at a ceremony at Crosby High School on Thursday, June 14th, at 4:30 p.m. The Administrator of the Year and the Waterbury Teacher of the Year will be announced at that time. Continue reading this article on the next page to see the list of winners. 

Superintendent's Student Recognition Awards

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Fifty one students received recognition during the annual Superintendent's Student Awards Recognition ceremony, held May 10, 2018 at Kennedy High School. Click here for full set of photographs and student bios from that evening. 

Celebrating Community Through The Arts

*updated 20180517 -SOLD OUT-
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Wilby PTA
Power School Course Registration

 

Financial Aid Flyer

Click link below for information regarding Financial Aid for College:

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School Governance Council
Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma Relief
Enlightening the Mind Book Club

Pick up an application form in the library.

Notice to Wilby Students, Families, Staff

Click to see notice from Superintendent Dr. Kathleen M. Ouellette:

English / Spanish / Albanian 

Welcome to New Principal

Dear Wilby Community.

We are pleased to announce that Mr. Carey Edwards will be the new principal of Wilby High School. We are also pleased to announce that Mr. Charles Williams, who served as interim principal last September will be returning to assist Mr. Edwards' transition at the start of the year. We are thrilled to have these great educators on the team to give the Wilby Wildcats an excellent 2017-18 school year. Thank you and look forward to future announcements about the start of the school year. 

Winter Sports Schedule
Mental Health Awareness Mental Health Awareness
Scholarship Slideshow... scholarships 2
Scholarships!!! Scholarships
Senior Class Expenses Class of 2017
Scholarship!!!
PBIS Students of the Month Art Student of the Month
More Scholarships!!!
Scholarship Opportunity!!! Apply Today!
Naviance Workshop

Dear Parents,  WIlby High School will be holding a parent workshop on Naviance, which is college and career readiness software used by Wilby High School, on Tuesday, October 11, 2016 in the Wilby Library Media Center at 6:00 pm. Refreshments will be provided by the Culinary Arts Program. Hope to see you there.

Coxsackie a.k.a. Hand, Foot and Mouth Coxsackie Virus
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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer
Wilby Graduation 2016!!!
SOS Collection May - 2016 SOS
Super Senior Supper !!!
Washington D.C. Fieldtrip !!! Wilby in D.C.!!!
"Waterbury Reads" Art Contest
Diversity CGF Scholarship Diversity CGF Scholarship
New Opportunities Scholarship New Opportunities Scholarship
Wilby Showcase May 19th, 2016
11th Annual Art Exhibit Invitation
Unified Sports Awards - Caitlin Hebert and Quinton Parker - Congrats!!!
Youth of the Year - Jennifer Cruz-Rincon
C.A.S. Arts Banquet Onshalyte Lee
Inaugural Chris Corbett 5K...
Women's Empowerment Rally in the LCC
More Autism Awareness...
Autism Awareness at Wilby

Unified Sports at Mohegan Sun...The Video!!!
GREAT CONTESTS FOR STUDENTS !!!

GREAT CONTESTS FOR STUDENTS – GREAT PRIZES -  $200 ESSAY OR POETRY CONTESTS - $500 FIRST PLACE FOR LIVE PRESENTATION CONTEST. PLUS, PARENTS CAN VOTE FOR PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARD AT EXPO ON APRIL 30.

CONTEST DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES IS APRIL 8TH.

Contest Info English

Contest Info Spanish

Contest Info Albanian

EVERSOURCE scholarship
Unified Sports at Mohegan Sun!!!
Field trip to N.V.C.C.
Fiddler on the Roof... TRADITION!!!
Brass City Cooks...Squash Cakes...yum!
Field Trip to see Fiddler on Broadway... Fiddler
Fiddler on the Roof... Friday Mar 11th @ 7:00pm
Hoops4Life Scholarship
Ms. Petti's Public Speaking Field Trip
School Governance Meeting Minutes
School Governance Council
Brass City Cooks
Mid-Term Exam Schedule

Click here for Mid-Term Exam Schedule

College Scholarship Information Session
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Odd Couple Try-Outs

Auditions for the Wilby Student Theater for The Odd Couple will take place on June 9th and 10th. Please see the attached flyer for more information:

The Odd Couple Audition Flyer

Congratulations to Jaylon Copeland the Wilby Student Theater

Congratulations to Jalon Copeland  & the WILBY Student Theater (led by Mr. Shelby Davis) for receiving  the award for Best Comedic Role in a play at the 2015 Halo Awards on May 27th.

Wilby Electrathon Team

Congratulations to the Wilby Electrathon Team who won 1st place in teh Composite Division Attached are some photos from the event:

Wilby Showcase

On Wednesday, May 27th, at 6pm, Wilby High School will be hosting the Wilby Showcase for all 8th grade students and their parents. Please see the attached flyer for all information about this exciting night!

Wilby Showcase Flyer

Trip to Rhode Island

On May 12th, students from Wilby attended  trip to Salve Regina College and The Breakers in Newport, RI. Attached are some pictuers from the trip:

 

"The Visual Experience - 2015"

"Still Life of Spills"

Lili Sanchez's "Still Life of Spills" was awarded 1st place 2015 Winner of the Congressional Art Competition held on Sunday, May 3rd at the Mattatuck Museum. 

Lili was awarded complimentary air travel to Washington DC where she will attend  the National Art Competition. Her name will be put entered to will win a scholarship to one of the Nation's top art schools. Her artwork, seen below, was said by the judges to be truly a Waterbury painting, with the city's history in brass. The judges were also very impressed by Lili's skillful use of acrylic paint. The painting will be hanging in the United States Capital for one year.

Mrs. Pulit, Liliana's AP Art Teacher, expressed the following, "Liliana is a true example of a dedicated art student. Her dedication to learning new concepts and improving her skills makes all she creations so beautiful. I am especially proud because in my 16 years here at Wilby High School, this 1st place honor is indeed a first for our school. It will be so very special to have one of our Wilby Wildcats represented for the coming year as her work will hang  in the United States Capital. I wish Liliana all the best for the upcoming National Competition and for her future."

Baseball Schedule

Please find the attached Wilby Baseball Schedule for the upcoming weeks:

4/22 Wilby vs Seymour - Bucks Hill Park 3:30pm

4/24 Wilby vs Kennedy - Waterville Park 3:30pm

4/25 Wilby vs Watertown - Bucks Hill Park 3:30pm

4/27 Wilby vs Holy Cross - Holy Cross High School 3:30pm

4/28 Wilby vs Platt Tech - Municipal Stadium 3:30pm

5/1   Wilby vs St. Paul - Bucks Hill Park - 3:30pm

CAS Award Recipients

Mrs. Pulit named two students: seniors, Joseph Bouchard and Liliana Sanchez for the Connecticut Association of Schools Award for excellence in the Visual Arts. The Banquet, honoring hundreds of students from around the state, was held April 6th at the Aqua Turf in Plantsville. Mrs. Pulit attended the event with the students' families.


 

Senior Credit Retrieval

All students failing a class or seniors with graduation in jeopardy can makeup the credit by completing on-line courses offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 2-3:30 in the media center. Bussing is available at 3:30. Contact the office staff for further information at (203) 574-8100

Change in Dresscode

The Waterbury Board of Education is considering a change to the dress code for next year. The Board of Education considering khaki or black pants and a green or black collar polo shirt for the top preferably with the Wilby wildcat logo. There will be a cold weather option of a fleece (NO HOODIES). Also shorts and skirt will be allowed but must be khaki or black and knee length. Clothing vendors will be decided by the Board of Education once dress code is determined. If there are any concenrs please contact Mrs. Buerkle at (203) 574-8102.

Dr. Seuss at Driggs School

A sincere thank you to everyone involved in making the Dr. Seuss Event at Driggs School a huge success. WHS students represented our school well and a wonderful time was had by all.

Congratulations to Mr. Baldwin!

Mr. Baldwin has been selected as the 2015 Friend of Unified Sports! This selection was made for his continued support and dedicated service to students of all abilities and providing the opportunity for students to enrich both athletic and life skills.

Mr. Baldwin will be formally recognized on April 29th at the Aqua Turf.

No Boxes Allowed

On Wednesday February 18, 2015 the Wilby Student Theater will present No Boxes Allowed,  a one women show.  

No Boxes Allowed, is an auto-biographical, one woman play all about the actress Tonille Simone Watkis’ quest through life-changing adapting, faking and ultimately accepting her identity. She embraces woman-hood, her Jamaican heritage, being raised by a single parent, and defines what it means to be “Black” for herself.  This production has been showcased off Broadway and at theater festivals.  The show is full of laughter, life lessons and love.

Presentation Flyer

Scrabble Challege

On November 12, 2014 members of the Wilby National Honor Society, Steven Colon (President), Imran Husain (Vice President) and Aqib Moughal (Treasurer) participated in the Literacy Volunteers of Greater Waterbury Annual Scrabble Challenge.  The Wilby team of NHS members won the first place trophy upon which the school name was etched.  The Wilby team out performed 27 other teams representing other schools and community organizations. 

Winter Sports Schedule

For all practice and game information, please click on the following link:

http://stats.ciacsports.com/cgi-bin/game_cal1415.cgi?school=Wilby&sport=&month=

 

S.O.S Update

Thank you to those that donated and/or allowed their students to participate in packing the care packages for SOS.  We were able to send 5 boxes out to US Troops in South Korea.   I attached a few photos of our students working as Community Contributors.    

Special thanks to Mr. Curley for his generous donation and to Mrs. Tichon, Ms. Gagne and Mrs. Higgins whose students wrote beautiful cards and letters to send. 

Our next shipment will be in the spring so we are looking forward to your participation.  

Art Department Raffle Winner!

Congratulations to Britney Saunders on winning the Art Department Raffle!

A Family Reunion to Die For

Wilby High School had a very successful showing of "A Family Reunion to Die for" on December 20th.

The production told the story of, and newlywed Christine Franklin (Brandy Alleyene) is eager to show off her husband Freddie (Bryan Olivera) to the family she hasn’t seen in years. The joyful reunion quickly turns sour as members of the Knotting Family being to drop like flies, and Christine seems to be next in line to become a victim! It’s up to Freddie to catch the criminal and save his blushing bride. Who was trying to eliminate the Knotting family? Is it the pair of squirrel-hunting hillbilly siblings? The former Vegas showgirl with a knack for knitting? The maid with a single digit IQ? The grouchy cook? The bitter journalist? The troupe of mimes? Complete with a hilarious chase scene, audience interaction and a few surprising plot twists, this refreshingly fun, murder mystery comedy is sure to entertain.

Wilby Students Visit The Metropolitan Museum of Art

On December 17th, Wilby students visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art:

Wilby Student Theater Presents - A Family Reunion to Die for

 

Wilby Student Theater Presents…

 

A Family Reunion to Die for It’s time for the Knotting Family Reunion, and newlywed Christine Franklin (Brandy Alleyene) is eager to show off her husband Freddie (Bryan Olivera) to the family she hasn’t seen in years. The joyful reunion quickly turns sour as members of the Knotting Family being to drop like flies, and Christine seems to be next in line to become a victim! It’s up to Freddie to catch the criminal and save his blushing bride. Who is trying to eliminate the Knotting family? Is it the pair of squirrel-hunting hillbilly siblings? The former Vegas showgirl with a knack for knitting? The maid with a single digit IQ? The grouchy cook? The bitter journalist? The troupe of mimes? Complete with a hilarious chase scene, audience interaction and a few surprising plot twists, this refreshingly fun, murder mystery comedy is sure to entertain.

Saturday December 20, 2014   

7:00 PM

 

Wilby Auditorium

460 Bucks Hill Road

Waterbury, Connecticut

TICKETS ONLY: $8:00

 

Online at ---   http://wilbytheater.peatix.com

Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk

On Sunday, October 19th, the Wildcat team participated in the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk at Library Park. Together, the team raised $400 for this great cause. 

Unified Sports

Wilby held its first Unified Sports event of the school year on October 9th. Attached are some pictures of the outstanding athletes from the event.

Unified Sports Picture 1

Unified Sports Picture 2

 

CARES Program (Night School Program)

All Parents and Studnts interested in the CARES Program (Night School Program) please see the information below:

CARES Brochure

Student Application

Student and Parent Consent Form

Wilby High School passed all seven standards of the NEASC process for accreditation.

Wilby High School passed all seven standards of the NEASC process for accreditation.  This could not have been possible without your help, so we thank you!!!  In continuing our efforts to provide the best education for your child, please take the parent survey to help us in the revision process of our Core Values and Beliefs.    Parent Survey

NEASC follow up letter

Wilby High School Blueprint for Student Achievement

The Wilby High School Blueprint for Student Achievement indicators have been selected as essential actions that must be taken to achieve measurable progress of performance for all students.  

WHS Blueprint for Student Achievement 

Wilby Yearbook!

To find out about advertisement and sponsorship opportunities in the Wilby Yearbook click here  

WILBY CODE: For parents & guardians:

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Wilby Students in front of the Apollo Theater Wilby Students in front of the Apollo Theater

Wilby Students in front of the Apollo Theater during their trip to Harlem

Wilby Showcase

Please join us for the Wilby Showcase on June 5th. 

Showcase Flyer

Wilby Art Show

Please visit the Wilby Art Show from May 27th- June 2nd 

Art Show Flyer

Wilby students on the CBT Field Trip Wilby students on the CBT Field Trip

Wilby students on the CBT Field Trip with Mr. Curley, Mrs. Higgins, and Dr. Saharan:

Credit Recovery Classes

Students who are eligible to enroll for credit recovery classes please use the following form and return to your english or math teacher:

Credit Recovery Form

End-of-the-Year Survey
Today's Announcements

Click here to see Today's Announcements

Click here to access Wilby's school newspaper

 

Remaining Sports Schedule Sports

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Unified Sports 2/22 @ Wolcott  2:30

Unified Sports CIAC Tournament 3/16 @Wilby  3:00

Art Department Raffle!

Art Department Raffle!

The art department is raffling off a Box Themed

“Movie Night at Home” The decorated box includes the following items:

  •        A Handmade Crochet Blanket in “Wilby Colors”
  •        Two Coffee Mugs that have a chalkboard exterior (Fun to          draw on over and over! Chalk incl.)
  •        Microwave Popcorn
  •        Two Boxes of Hot Cocoa
  •        Bag of mini Marshmallows
  •        DVD: Adam Sandler’s,  “Grown-ups”
  •        Over 10 boxes of Candy
  •        A $25 dollar Gift Card to Walmart

$1.00 per ticket or $5.00 for seven (7) tickets

See Mrs. Pulit (HC-111) Or Mrs. Merrill (HC-110)

Winner will be announced the week of December 22nd!

This box is loaded with great stuff and all proceeds will go toward the costs to arrange our end of the year Visual Art Experience 2015!

This will be our 10 year anniversary!

Parent Survey
P.B.I.S. Art Student of the Month!!!

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The art department would like to congratulate Morgan Rhinehart for being selected as the March’s PBIS Visual Art Student of the Month! Morgan is and an honor student. She has been in the art department for the past four years. She is currently taking AP Studio Art class.  Morgan has earned this award for two consecutive years in a row. The month long exhibit of Morgan’s works feature several works from her portfolio. Be sure to catch Morgan’s work on display in the PBIS Visual Arts showcase located in the commons building across from the auditorium.

Wilby's Narrative

Wilby's Narrative, a compilation of short stories written by my students, is now published in the media center. The publication was possible thanks to the Margaret Generali Grant. There is a combination of fiction and non-fiction stories, and a lot of the kids talked about events, both positive and negative, that happened in their lives. The students put a lot of effort into these stories, so if you can, please stop into the LMLC to read some of the works of these new published authors!

Future in Reach

Student Governance Council Represents its:
Annual Futures in Reach College/Trade School exploratory

March 28, 2017 at 6:30‐8:00pm in the Wilby Cafeteria

 

Flyer (English)

Flyer (Espanol)

Flyer (Shqiptar)

New Resource for Parents

NBC News has Launched a New App for Parents to help parents participate in their children’s academic success and personal growth, NBC News’ Education Nation produced The Parent Toolkit App.  Sponsored by Pearson, the toolkit is available in English and Spanish on iOS and Android devices. The Parent Toolkit App offers a seamless user-led experience to help parents find and organize information that aligns with their child’s academic progress from Pre-K through 12th grade. Users can share tips on social networks, create family profiles, and mark items as priorities. The Parent Toolkit is a one-stop-shop for parents as a website and mobile app that includes:

  • A "growth chart" containing grade-by-grade academic benchmarks for Pre-K through 12th grade in Math and English Language Arts 
  • Tips and resources for parents to support their children’s learning for Pre-K through 12th grade
  • A guide to parent-teacher conferences and school counselor meetings
  • A newsfeed with stories, blog posts and videos from a variety of sources

The goals of this free toolkit are to give parents a clear understanding of what is expected of their children at each step in their academic journey, and to provide a comprehensive set of tips and tools to help parents engage in and monitor their children’s academic development.

For more information about this, please visit: www.parenttoolkit.com 

P.E. Fieldtrip ...

Physical Education Dept. PBIS Fieldtrip

The Physical Education Department will once again be participating in the “Spring Fun 102” offered by the Bridgeport Sound Tigers Hockey team on April 4, 2017.  This is our annual educational and fun reward experience for students who have demonstrated respect, individual self- control, safety,  and respect for the environment while actively participating in Physical Education and Health classes.  The students will experience educational applications of Math, Science, Geography and Spelling by various interactive demonstrations related to hockey and its players.  The students will then have the opportunity to watch a professional hockey game between the Bridgeport Sound Tigers and Springfield, MA.

trip

Congratulations to 2017 Connecticut Association of Schools Honorees representing Wilby High School for excellence in Music and Art !!!

Jaylen Lee- Excellence in Visual Arts

Carlos Velez- Excellence in Music

SAT Prep and Boot Camp... Mar. 25+26 prep
Lady Wildcats Empowerment Rally 2017 !!!

empowerment

 

March 29th was the second Annual Lady Wildcat Empowerment Rally.  The young women who attended were moved by powerful women speakers.  They received practical tips for success and were able to build their self-confidence.  The program ended with the breaking of a symbolic 'glass ceiling' and a delicious networking lunch catered by the Wilby Culinary Department under the supervision of Mr. Mango.

 

Group of speakers- from back row left to right Jahana Hayes (National Teacher of the Year), Marisa Balletti-Lavoie (founder of Sassy Mouth Photo), Gladys Wright, Michelle Baker (Instructional Leader), Dr. Arlene Arias (clinical social worker), Miss Connecticut Alyssa Rae Taglia

 

Front Row (left to right) Gina Bianca (founder of Gina Bianca Hair), Sue Balsavage (Jane Doe No More), Kamilah Dunbar (entertainment journalist), Alaine Griffin (Hartford Courant Legal Reporter and Editor), Marla Truini (Theatre Director, Westover School) Not pictured Marilyn Maughan Jay-mar Weddings and Bows

Wilby Showcase 5/18 @6:00pm showcase
CAS Arts Awards Banquet

Congratulations to Carlos Velez and Jaylen Lee!!!

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PBIS Students of the Month - Art

April - Jason Villalta

May - Angellica Caraballa-Rivera

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Thank You to Donors !!!

These local businesses recently made gracious donations to Wilby High!!!

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Wilby High School
568 Bucks Hill Road
Waterbury, CT 06704
Phone: 203.574.8100

Fax: 203.574.6896