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Hours of the School Day

Monday-Thursday 8:13am-3:15pm

Friday 8:13am-12:09pm

June Newsletter 2017-Click Here

May 31 & June 1  – 4th & 5th Grade Wisconsin Dells trip

June 1   4/5 Safety Patrol Picnic

June 8   5th Grade Promotion, Gym, 1:30pm

June 9   Last day of School

Enrichment Week 1 – Tuesday  thru Friday

Enrichment Week 2 – Monday thru Thursday

Coal Black Exotics– Click Here

Thanks to my sponsor Jan Gubbins, our Wilson Elementary School family was treated to an incredible exotic reptiles event. Theresa from Coal Black Exotics came and gave two marvelous hands-on presentations that not only educated us with invaluable information, but wowed our children, teachers, and guests alike. I’m torn in my decision of who was most excited…children…or adults! Enjoy our photos!


At Wilson Elementary School we dress for success! That means we come to school wearing our uniform and ready to learn. The school uniform consists of a powder blue dress shirt and navy blue slacks. Dress shoes should be all black or brown, with no additional colors. Navy blue sweaters may also be worn. Solid color hoodies (plain only: blue, black, white) may be worn during the cold months.
En la escuela primaria Wilson nos vestimos para el éxito! Esto significa que venimos a la escuela vistiendo nuestro uniforme y listo para aprender. El uniforme escolar consiste en una camisa de vestido del azul de polvo y pantalones azules marino. Zapatos de vestir deben ser todo negro o marrón, con ningunos colores adicionales. También se pueden usar suéteres azules marino. Sudaderas de color sólido (llanura sólo: azul, negro, blanco) puede ser usado durante los meses fríos.

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Wilson Elementary School is a PreK-5 grade elementary school located in Kenosha, Wisconsin. All Wilson students benefit from a high quality education in inclusive classrooms focused on the principles of Expeditionary Learning. Students attend school during an extended year, which runs from early August through early June.