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September 12, 2022 – Wilburton Community Newsletter

A Note from the Administration


Chhoun Mey, Principal


Stephanie Mathias, Assistant Principal



Dear Wilburton Families and Parents,


The first week of school for all of our students are in the books! Our students have brought in so much joy and excitement in our school building. Thank you to all our families and parents for your continued support and contributing to the start of a strong start of the school year.


If you are not familiar with our school’s Positive Behavior Intervention and Support system, please take a moment to ask your student what Wilburton’s Big 3 is? Wilburton Wolves work together to: Show Respect, Solve Problems, and Make Good Decisions. These are core tenets at Wilburton that are used daily to support students in creating a strong sense of belonging among our students.


In Partnership,


Chhoun Mey

Stephanie Mathias

School Drop Off Time Class begins at 8am each day and ends at 2:30pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. On Wednesdays, school ends at 12:15pm.


Students having breakfast will be allowed into the building at 7:40. At 7:45 we will let the rest of the students into the building to go to their classrooms.


Please do not drop off your student earlier than 7:40 as we do not have any supervision for students until 7:40. 

Car Loop Safety Please remember to use extreme caution when driving in our school parking lot and exercising patience when going through our car loop.


If you need to walk your student from your vehicle to the school building, please remember to park your car in a designated parking spot. Please do not park in the car loop. This is to ensure we are keeping all of our traffic flowing efficiently and to keep our school community safe.

Updated Health and Safety Protocols Please check the COVID Dashboard to review COVID cases at Wilburton Elementary. We will no longer be sending out direct emails to notify of positive cases. The dashboard is updated daily at 7am.

COVID Dashboard

Jubilee Soccer Club We are excited to partner with Jubilee Reach this year to provide some after school sports for students!


2nd/3rd  grade Jubilee Soccer Club will begin on Sept. 27 and go until Nov. 21.


Practices will be on Mondays (except for the first practice, which will be Tues. 9/27) from 2:35-3:30 and there will be 4 games on Wednesdays, at a BSD Elementary Location. There is a limit of 22 players, and a lottery will take place if we exceed the number.


Registration closes on Thursday, Sept. 15. To register, go to:


If you have any questions, please contact Coach Nathan at

Wolf Pack Connections


We are excited to announce our monthly Wolf Pack Connections for families. This is a time to that families can come in and connect with the administration and other staff for both informal and formal gatherings.


Our first Wolf Pack Connections is Friday, September 16th from 8:15-8:45. For this first meeting, we are keeping it informal to meet some key support staff and hoping that families stop by for some coffee and donuts. The PTA will also be joining us too!





Join the PTA


The PTA is working on increasing membership and partnerships with the school. I encourage all staff to highly consider joining the PTA – it is a great way to show support and partnership with them. The PTA is a small, but mighty team that does so much to support staff, students and families. If you have any questions about the PTA, please feel free to reach out to Lindsay Dugan, PTA President or Lauren Gray, Vice President:


Lindsay Dugan

Lauren Gray


Wilburton PTA Website


To join, please click on this link.



Dates to Remember

Check out our Calendar

September 16
– Wolf Pack Connections from 8:15-8:45 

September 23

-PTA Movie Night

The Bellevue School District acknowledges that we learn, work, live and gather on the Indigenous Land of the Coast Salish peoples, specifically the Duwamish and Snoqualmie Tribes. We thank these caretakers of this land, who have lived and continue to live here, since time immemorial.