Announcements

Matoaka Bylaws Revision

Matoaka Bylaws Revision

The Virginia PTA requires local unit PTAs to revise their bylaws and submit them for state approval every 5 years. The deadline for the Matoaka Elementary School PTA’s revision is June 20, 2017. The MES PTA Bylaws Committee has prepared a revised set of bylaws. The MES PTA Executive Board approved the proposed bylaws on […]

1st Annual Matoaka Book Exchange

1st Annual Matoaka Book Exchange

The 1st annual Matoaka Book Exchange will be held on Thursday, March 2, 2017 in celebration of Read Across America Day. During your child’s reading time in their classrooms, students will exchange books with a peer. To participate, simply bring a book to school on or prior to Thursday March 2nd. Please be sure the book that your […]

Welcome Back to School!

Welcome Back to School!

  Welcome back to school!  Here’s everything you need to know about the new school year.   2016-2017 School Supply Lists Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade Open House – September 1st, 4-6pm – Please join us for our annual Open House on Thursday, September 1st, from 4:00-6:00 p.m. Come and […]

Information about Snow Make-up Days

Information about Snow Make-up Days

To recover instructional time missed due to the recent inclement weather closings, WJCC elementary schools will adjust the school day by limiting recess to 15 minutes and extending dismissal times by 5 minutes each afternoon beginning February 10, 2014.  Additionally, two previously scheduled early release days March 12th and June 12th will now be full […]

Dawn Forgit Teacher Of Month

Dawn Forgit Teacher Of Month

Congratulations to Dawn Forgit, Kindergarten Teacher at Matoaka Elementary School for being selected as the Macaroni Kid TEACHER OF THE MONTH! Read More About the Teacher Of the Month program…

Less Waste Lunch Week April 22-26th

Less Waste Lunch Week April 22-26th

Matoaka students are being encouraged to pack a Less Waste Lunch. Students can pack in reusable containers, bring real silverware, cloth napkins, and eat what they brought instead of tossing some of it out. Cafeteria spotters will be looking for students who have taken up the challenge!