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Welcome to the Wickliffe PTO Website


Welcome to Wickliffe PTO website! Our goal for this website is to offer you a hub for all information pertaining to the Wickliffe PTO community. If you can’t find what you are looking forplease contact us!


After School Discovery

1/25/2024 5:06 pm

Thank you to everyone who has signed up to help with After School Discovery dismissal. We appreciate your help! If you need to make a change, please update your sign up here.


Coming soon: After School Discovery spring session. Student registration opens Tuesday, March 12, at 7 p.m. and closes on Friday, March 15 at 11:59 p.m. Classes begin the week of April 1. If you have an idea for a class that you would like to see as part of After School Discovery, please email us!

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Math Game Night

2/9/2024 9:01 am

Wickliffe will be hosting a Math Game Night Open House on Thursday, February 29, from 5:30-7  p.m. You can come for the whole time or just come to learn one game.  Parents will travel with their children to learn a new game they can easily play at home with a few household items like dice or playing cards. Collect the directions for these games as you visit different game stations. Don't forget to guess how many candies are in the jar at our Estimation Station! 
Volunteers needed to help with signing in, helping with stations, and bringing sweet treats :-) Sign up HERE.
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Progressive Education Network conference

2/8/2024 12:18 pm

Attention Wickliffe families! The PEN National Conference will be happening at our school this October!


The conference theme this year, The Space Between: How Progressive Education Fosters Curiosity, Creativity, Community, and Connection, speaks to the twin desire for big conversations and practical suggestions – how the space between is where both the opportunity and action of progressive education exist.


The staff of Wickliffe Progressive Elementary is hosting this event, drawing hundreds of educators from across the country. There will be knowledge sharing through seminars, workshops, and tours. 


The Space Between embodies

  • Growth and Discovery • Intentionality and Interconnectedness
  • Impactful Learning • Navigating Tensions
  • Gray Areas and Nuances • Practical Considerations
  • Reflection and Emergent Curriculum


The Space Between assumes an ethical responsibility:

  • Creating a More Beautiful World • Advancing Sustainability
  • Contributing to a Just and Sustainable World


To support the event activities and add context to the teaching philosophies, the staff is soliciting Wickliffe families for testimonials that exemplify the conference theme or demonstrate one of the six principles of progressive education. Please share your testimonials with Andrew Williams ( or Shelley Hughes ( Thank you!


The Progressive Education Network (PEN) promotes a vision of progressive pedagogy, acknowledges its historical influence, and advocates for its dynamic potential to impact students and their schools. PEN identifies six principles of progressive education:

  1. Amplify students’ voice, agency, conscience, and intellect to create a more equitable, just, and sustainable world.
  2. Encourage the active participation of students in their learning, in their communities, and in the world.
  3. Respond to the developmental needs of students, and focus on their social, emotional, intellectual, cognitive, cultural, and physical development.
  4. Honor and nurture students’ natural curiosity and innate desire to learn, fostering internal motivation and the discovery of passion and purpose.
  5. Emerge from the interests, experiences, goals, and needs of diverse constituents, fostering empathy, communication and collaboration across differences.
  6. Foster respectfully collaborative and critical relationships between students, educators, parents/guardians, and the community. 

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Fifth grade experience

2/2/2024 2:06 pm

We can't wait to celebrate our fifth graders before they move on to middle school! Keep these key dates in mind and watch for more details and ways to volunteer. Info will be shared by email and here on our website page.

  • Fifth grade only outdoor lunches - Mondays April 29, May 6, May 13, and May 20
  • Fifth grade party will be after school - Friday, May 17, 2:50-4:30 p.m. at Wickliffe
  • Fifth grade graduation town meeting and cookie reception - Wednesday, May 22, at 8:45 a.m. 
  • Fifth grade clap-out - plans are in progress. 

If you would like to volunteer to help with the fifth grade graduation and party planning, please contact us at

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Wickliffe Art Show

1/9/2024 7:18 pm

Wickliffe's third annual Wickliffe Art Show, a two-day open house, will be 6-8 p.m. on both Tuesday, April 9, and Wednesday, April 10. 


Do you own a business or would you like to donate any kid- or family-focused item for our raffle? Email Chi at


If you are interested in volunteering for this committee, contact

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Staff appreciation

1/9/2024 7:13 pm

The PTO Staff Appreciation Committee is continuing to partner with the Learning Center students each month to run the coffee cart. The students take custom orders from the staff and then deliver them throughout the building along with morning treats. It’s a wonderful collaboration and we are excited to continue it for the rest of the year.
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Spring flower sale

1/9/2024 6:49 pm

Mark your calendars for our spring flower sale - February 21 to March 6, with flower pickup on May 3. More info to come!


Are you in interested in shadowing us this spring to see how we work with Foertmeyer - with a goal to help lead this sale starting next fall? Email us at

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Wickliffe + DEI

9/12/2023 1:45 pm

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee has a lot of fun and educational opportunities coming up:

  • Sign up now to participate in the second annual Wickliffe Wolves Around the World! See more info below. 
  • Join us at our February meeting (the 20th) as we discuss the podcast Centering Civil Rights in the Fight for Education and the article What about the other kids in the room? We will explore the intersections of disability and race in the classroom and what the community can do to support inclusive spaces. Tea and snacks will be provided. 
  • Monthly meetings are the third Tuesday of each month from 5:30-6:30 in the Makerspace. Remaining dates: February 20, March 19, and April 16. 


February is Black History Month. Check out this list of fun and educational events, activities, and exhibits to explore around town and celebrate this month.



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Berwick Restaurant Night: February 15

2/12/2023 7:04 pm

Berwick Restaurant Night

Your Taste of Italy Tour dinners will be available for pickup at Wickliffe February 15 from 5:30-6:30 p.m.


Mark your calendars for these upcoming Restaurant Nights:

  • March 14: Piada
  • April 9-11: Carsonie's
  • May 15: Rita's  
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Wickapalooza Family Music Festival - Friday, May 10

5/9/2022 3:35 pm

Mark your calendars for this year’s Wickapalooza, Friday, May 10. 


The Golden Star Choir will perform from 6-7 p.m. and then we'll have a fun evening of family friendly activities from 7-9 p.m. 


If you are interested in volunteering for this committee, contact

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