There was a healthy turnout for the Budget Community Forum earlier this week. Families and community members are encouraged to visit the district website for information about how to contact state legislators and some of the topics connected to the state aid cuts for this year. Meanwhile, the board will continue to discuss the budget and its development. During the April 11 Board of Education meeting the Board will review its plan in detail. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the LGI.

There was a healthy turnout for the Budget Community Forum earlier this week. Families and community members are encouraged to visit the district website for information about how to contact state legislators and some of the topics connected to the state aid cuts for this year. Meanwhile, the board will continue to discuss the budget and its development. During the April 11 Board of Education meeting the Board will review its plan in detail. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the LGI.


This weekend, don’t miss the PTSA Easter Egg Hunt. Enjoy the fun and activities at 10 a.m. at the Cohocton Sports Complex. This is free and open to all Wayland-Cohocton Central School prekindergarten through fourth grade students. PTSA has been working to make this event fun and exciting. If you are interested in joining and getting involved with these activities, check out the school website and the PTSA link under the Parents tab.


This weekend is the electronics recycling, 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 2. Sponsored by REACT (Recycling Electronics and Computers Technologies, Inc.) of Elmira and the IT Department of Wayland-Cohocton. Bring your old electronics and drop them off for free. The following items are welcomed: computers, monitors, keyboards, mice, PDAs cell phones, other phones, printers, copiers, faxes, scanners, stereo equipment, radios, VCR and DVD players, cameras, camcorders and projectors of any type. No televisions please. If you have any questions please contact Lynn Siciliano at 585-728-2366 ext. 3456 or by email at lsciliano@wccsk12.org.


Don’t miss the Polar Plunge to benefit the Vincent House on Saturday, April 2, as well. For a donation or for collecting pledges you can take a stab at the cold lake or chicken out and simply make a donation. Either way, with a donation or collection of $50 you will earn a T-shirt. Join the fun. Information is available on the Wayland-Cohocton website.


Upcoming Events: There is a Growing Writers workshop for incoming kindergarten families on Thursday, April 7. Specific information has been sent home and is also available on the district’s homepage. Spring is around the corner as we enter April. Remember, to have your children dress appropriately for the changing weather. Layers are a great idea in case classrooms are on the playground. Also, temperatures can vary between different parts of the buildings.