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  • Caring & Giving in Wylie ISD

    Caring & Giving With the start of the second nine week grading period, Wylie ISD moves its focus from earning and giving Respect to include the core values of Caring & Giving.

    During this period, our goal is that every student and employee learn and demonstrate the values of Caring & Giving that we hold so dear. Activities and events during this time will be focused on the behaviors of Being Kind, Showing Genuine Concern, Listening and Being There for Others, Showing Compassion, Helping Others in Need and Giving of Your Time.

    Along with our superior achievements on state and college entrance tests, we truly believe that a quality education is more than math, science, history or reading. We begin our focus on Caring & Giving with the annual Christian Care Food Drive. Beginning Monday, October 27, all Wylie ISD staff, students and parents are encouraged to give what they can.

    As a parent/community member of Wylie ISD we need your help. Take some time over the next few weeks and talk to your own kids about Caring & Giving. It not only helps them become happy and healthy adults, but helps others do the same.

    Growing Caring & Giving adults — it’s the Wylie Way. Let’s bridge this gap together!

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