November 4, 2022
Tuesday WA Women’s Prayer
The next WA Women’s Tuesday Prayer date is Tuesday, November 8. We meet on campus from 2-3 pm at Luz Vergara’s in the Armour Building. Contact Mary Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org. God delights in keeping company with you. Join us!
Informational Zoom Meeting for Freshman/Transfer Families
Wednesday, November 9
The Informational Zoom on November 9 is from 7-8 pm. This is directed toward Freshman and Transfer families, but all are welcome to Zoom in and learn about: A Day in the Life of a Winterim Student, How to Register for Winterim Classes, Internship Deadlines, and Soiree Details. Click here to register for the Zoom meeting.
Get to Know Wheaton Academy
Thursday, November 10
Middle school students and their parents are invited to Get To Know Wheaton Academy on Thursday, October 13, or Thursday, November 10 at 6:45 pm. This evening will provide an opportunity for families to learn about our school’s commitment to academics, spiritual life, co-curricular activities, and college readiness, as well as experience the community, connection, and culture that Wheaton Academy offers our students and families.
Our time together will include:
- Opening Welcome from Mrs. Hockett, Principal
- Individual Family Tours
- Meet and Greet with Coaches, Teachers, and Program Leaders
WA Men’s Prayer
Saturday, November 12
Alumni White Chapel
On the second Saturday of every month, the men from Wheaton Academy meet to pray for our community and hear from one of our faculty/staff members. Please join us Saturday, November 12. This month we will hear from Wheaton Academy counselor Bart Gregersen. Light refreshments are served.
Seminar: Navigating the World of Dating and Relationships
Saturday, November 19
One of the big challenges of the teen years is navigating the world of dating and relationships. Through this seminar with Dr. Rob Rienow you will 1) learn new ways to communicate with your teen, 2) be equipped with biblical principles, and 3) develop a game plan to help your son or daughter prepare for their future family. Coffee and donuts provided. Students are welcome and encouraged to attend. There is no cost, but pre-registration is required at www.visionaryfam.com/WA
Sophomore Class Ring Orders Due Wednesday, November 9
If your student is interested in ordering a class ring, the due date to do so is Wednesday, November 9. You may purchase the ring on Jostens.com.
WA Appreciation Team
There is a group of parent volunteers who organize blessings for the faculty and staff on behalf of ALL Wheaton Academy parents. Please click here for information to learn about their efforts and provide a monetary gift that will be used for the Christmas Season.
Timeshares for Teachers
Timeshares for Teachers is a program at Wheaton Academy that allows you to share your vacation property, airline miles or timeshare unit with teachers and staff. Your generosity helps provide Wheaton Academy teachers and staff with a much-deserved cost-effective vacation. Learn more by clicking here Timeshare for Teachers. This partnership is a direct gift to our faculty and staff and is not a donation to the Academy. We are beginning to gather vacation opportunities for the Summer of 2023. Please let us know your interest in participating by filling out a short form using this link Timeshare Participation Form.
2022 Winterim Course Registration
Winterim Courses are now live and can be viewed here. Students will register online for an am and pm class in OnCampus at home during the following dates and times:
Seniors: Monday, November 7, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Juniors: Thursday, November 10, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Sophomores: Monday, November 14, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Freshmen: Wednesday, November 16, 6:00-10:00 p.m.
Specific registration instructions will be emailed home before registration begins. Please contact Jenn Trott with any questions.
Annual Asbestos Notice – 2022-2023
This notice meets a legal requirement to inform you annually that Wheaton Academy continues to meet all federal and state laws concerning asbestos in schools. All of our educational facilities have been thoroughly inspected, and inspections continue bi-annually by a state-certified asbestos firm, as is required by law. We continue to carry out all other specific requirements of the “AHERA” legislation, including the maintenance of a management plan. Our management plan is available for your review in the business office located in the Armour building during normal business hours. We welcome your questions and input as we continue to meet the necessary requirements and seek to implement any necessary precautions.
Volunteering is the best way to build community, make new friends, and create lasting relationships. Please click here to join us for a variety of opportunities where you can get involved.