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Principal's Message

Welcome To Wedgefield School!

Our goal is to provide a quality education through shared responsibility in a safe and supportive environment for all students to meet the challenges of a global society.

We are “Committed to Excellence”, and we work hard to make this site a primary source for timely information for all users, and a main gateway for improved communication between parents, teachers, students and other members of our community. Our goal and responsibility is to help each student develop an enthusiasm for learning, a respect for self and others, and the skills to become a creative independent thinker and problem solver.

Parent Portal and CANVAS information

Classrooms are in full academic instruction. Stay connected with what your student is doing academically via the parent portal 

Progessbook and/or Canvas. Canvas login and password flyers are available for pick up in the front office.  Both students and parents may pick up flyer. Progressbook login and password information can be received from any grade level  teacher, CRT, or school counselor. If you have questions regarding either you may email deadra.farrow@ocps.net  audra.gefter@ocps.net  or sharon.henry@ocps.net
 
* If your student is having issues with his/her digital device, please have them restart their device first, then if that doesn't work see tech support in the Media Center. 

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tudent Drop-Off
Parents, student drop-off and pick-up is only allowed in the front of the school. Student pick-up and drop-off is not allowed in the bus loop for safety reasons. Please assist us with ensuring that your student is being dropped off in the correct location. 
School Website and Guidance Website
Stay up-to-date by visiting the school website and the guidance website on a regular basis for important information. The links are listed below. In addition the guidance website can be found by clicking on the guidance tab of the school website.  
 
Dress Code Reminder
Out of dress code 
We have seen a significant increase of students (male and females) wearing jeans with holes throughout. The holes have gotten larger and more predominant in the jeans.  
We have tried to accommodate the trend by allowing students to wear jeans with holes that are below mid thigh.
Below is a link to the OCPS Student Code of Conduct where you can also find the student dress code. The dress code can also be found on the school website under the "students" tab.  We appreciate everyone's support with ensuring students are in dress code.   
 
Wedgefield School Dress Code 
* All tops for boys and girls must have sleeves that are at least three fingers wide. Revealing fashions are unacceptable school attire.  
* Low cut blouses/tops are not allowed.
* Shear clothing, slits and holes above the knee in clothing are not acceptable.
* Team sports jerseys must be worn with a sleeved shirt at all times.
* Appropriate length of shorts, skirts & slits will be middle of the thigh.
* Undergarments may not be exposed.

* Students must wear shoes. No shoes with cleats, slides, flip flops,or bedroom slippers. On PE days students must wear closed toed athletic shoes.
* Clothing MUST NOT display inappropriate pictures, words or phrases. (Example: sex, drugs/alcohol, negative language, weapons)
 
The following are not allowed:
* Hats, du rags, bandanas, hoods, head scarves or sunglasses.
* Apparel intended to identify students as members of a gang or group are prohibited. (School related groups, teams and clubs may wear apparel approved by the school.)
* Bare midriffs/stomachs and bare sides should not show even when arms are extended overhead.  
** CONFISCATED ITEMS MAY NOT BE RETURNED TO STUDENTS. THE SCHOOL IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR LOST OR STOLEN ITEMS.
 
Wedgefield School abides by the OCPS guidelines for Student Dress.  For more information, please see the OCPS Student Dress Guidelines.

Finally, parents we greatly appreciate your support as we work to provide the best education possible for your students. "It takes a village to raise a child." 
Warm regards, 
Natalie Stevens
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