Frequently Asked Questions
Have a question about our district? You’ve come to the right place. We want you to be able to easily find the answers to any questions you may have. And if you don’t find the information that you’re looking for, feel free to contact us.
In order to decrease problems and help our students be more successful, Wilson School District adopted a uniform dress code policy in 1998. Students must follow the dress code every day. The following is a summary of clothing that meets our uniform dress code policy. Students may wear:
- Plain white polo shirts or dress shirts with a plain white collar; burgundy and gray collared shirt with the Wilson logo available for purchase only through PTO. Shirts must be tucked in at all times.
- Plain navy blue pants, shorts, skirts, or jumpers that are made of cotton or a cotton/polyester blend.
- Jackets, sweaters, and sweatshirts that are plain navy blue, white, or gray.
- Socks, tights, or hose that are plain blue, black, white, gray, or tan.
- Covered shoes with white or black shoelaces that are 1/4 inch wide; students may not wear heels that are more than one inch high.
- Belts must be black or brown and may not be more than one size larger than the waist.
The following stores carry traditional style uniform clothing that fits our dress code: Factory 2U, Family Bargain Center, Wal-Mart, Target, K-Mart, Sears, J.C. Penney’s, and Back-to-School. If you have any questions about the dress code policy, please contact your child’s school. Thank you for helping make our campus a safer place for learning for all of our students.
To register your child in school for the first time, you will need the following:
- Birth certificate
- Proof of residency
- Immunization records
To learn more about the registration process, please see our Registration & Immunizations page.Back to Top
Our Food Services Department operates a non-profit program that provides breakfast, lunch, and related services to students attending schools within our district. Visit the Food Services page to find a copy of the current school menu.Back to Top
We encourage parents and guardians to visit our schools. We ask that you notify your child’s teacher prior to visiting. We also require you to check in and out at the school office and wear a visitor badge while on campus.Back to Top
What should I do if my child must be absent?
Regular attendance is critical in the learning process and helps students develop a good attitude toward school. When your child must be absent, please notify the school, and let us know the reason for the absence. When a child returns to school, he or she must bring a note signed by a parent or guardian stating the reason for the absence. Students are responsible to make up missed assignments.
We provide bus transportation to all in-district students living more than one mile away from school. Riding the bus is a privilege, and students must obey the bus driver's instructions as well as all bus rules.Back to Top
Our district provides several special education programs and services for students who encounter academic or social difficulty. The district provides a free and appropriate education for all students. The classroom teacher, school principal, and psychologist consult together with the parent or guardian to meet the needs of our students with special needs. If you have any questions about your child’s academic or social development, please feel free to contact us.Back to Top