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Dear Gladiator Parents/Guardians,
Greetings from Widefield High School! It is with great excitement and enthusiasm that I welcome you all to the 2019-2020 school year. A new year holds such promise and potential for us all.
As students either transition in to high school or continue their high school career, I am often reminded of the important role that parents and guardians play in the education of their children. One
1. Develop a partnership with your child’s teachers and school staff
It is important to meet your child’s teachers and get to know who’s who at your child’s school. A good way to do this is by attending
2. Support your child academically
3. Get involved with your child’s school
Read information that the school sends
4. Support your child’s learning at home
While this is not an exhaustive list of how to help your child be successful in school, hopefully these tips will give you something to consider as we begin the school year.
On behalf of the Widefield High School staff, I would like to thank
Aaron G. Hoffman
To develop students into successful contributors of a changing society, to help all students realize their potential within their academic and vocational goals, to foster ownership of and to allow their learning to be maximized through a diverse and comprehensive educational program in a safe, structured learning environment.
Our staff is committed to engage students by continuously developing our profession to ensure that research-based, data- driven instruction is used to provide to all students a relevant learning experience.
Widefield High School students will become lifelong learners equipped to further develop their skills to succeed in a competitive and demanding post-scholastic world.