#OurStoriesCRCSD - Wright

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SCHOOL YEAR 2018-19

Our Stories - Wright Elementary

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Welcome to #OurStoriesCRCSD and Wright Elementary.
Second-grader, Enice made us smile with his love of science and explaining life cycles.

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Learning is not only happening in the classroom. At Wright Elementary, the students are educating their taste buds by exploring produce from the school's garden and other locally grown items. Once a week a member of the AmeriCorps Food Corps showcases fruits and vegetables and then surveys their palates. #OurStoriesCRCSD

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Meet Aanya, a fifth grader at Wright Elementary

Meet fifth-grader, Aanya! This is her first year at Wright, as she moved her from India. "People over here are very adjusting and they are very friendly. The teachers at Wright are very helpful and they love students." #OurStoriesCRCSD

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She's been walking the hallways for just a short time at Wright Elementary, but this dog has got skills. Meet Keeley, the therapy pup that is making a huge impact with students. #OurStoriesCRCSD@GoKittyhawks

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School Year 2017-18

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Wright Elementary School's, Brian Krob shares how the staff creates a 21st-Century learning environment by being student centered.

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"At School we get to do math and play. I want to be a mommy when I grow up." .Jayla 1st-grade

 

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One of the most popular Wright activities for 3rd and 4th-graders is the pen pal exchange program with Rockwell Collins. For the past 17 years students have shared their interests, hobbies and dreams with a counterpart across town. Teachers say the outreach program shows students a life outside of the school walls and the Rockwell staff find a new friend that they may be able to get interested in science. The pairs do get to meet when Wright hosts the Rockwell team for a celebration and science activities.

Brent Paulson, P.E. Teacher for 17 years.MEET Wright's STAFF

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Brent Paulson, P.E. Teacher

Years at Wright? 17, 18 with District  

What he loves about the job?

"I enjoy continuing the classroom work by building relationships and communication skills."

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Jim and Jean Ruehlow are 4th-grade teachers at Wright Elementary School. They not only have classrooms next door to one another but they have been married for the past 13 years. They use their unique situation to be role models by creating a family atmosphere for students.

I like how the teachers at Wright are here to help you. Aanya, 4th-grade

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Wright Elementary staff know the importance of having a strong relationship with students. Before the school year begins staff take a bus trip around the neighborhood to meet new families and to stay connected with current ones. The relationship then continues throughout the year when students are greeted as they come in each day.

Megan Froelich Health Secretary, 17 years,MEET Wright's STAFF

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Megan Froelich, Health Secretary

Years at Wright? 17

What she loves about Wright?

"If you show up everyday and love a student for who they are you will make a difference."

I like math becasue it will help me in my future. Vincenzo, 5th-gradeGreen Line, no text

Lindsay Boleyn, 2nd-grade Teacher for 17 years.MEET Wright's STAFF

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Lindsey Boleyn, 2nd-Grade Teacher

Years at Wright? 17

What she loves about her job?

"I teach because I like building relationships and being a positive role model...I want to make students emotionally, socially and academically prepared." 

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