Wiley School District 
Contact Information

510 Ward St.
P.O. Box 247
Wiley, CO  81092

District Office   719-829-4806
Fax Number     719-829-4808

Click on staff tab above for individual e-mail addresses

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JH & HS Bell Schedule


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You can keep up with Wiley Panther news and announcements on our Facebook page, too!

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Wiley Wellness Plan























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$5 Sports Physicals with Mary Shy, FNP-C
Thursday, July 26th
2pm - 6pm
LCC Campus Health Center
Call 719-336-0261 with questions or to schedule your appointment
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Important Upcoming Dates
8/5 - New Student Registration
8/12 - Fall Sports Practice Begins
8/12 & 8/13 - Check Schedules
8/13 - Open House at 5pm & Back to School Picnic (pot luck) at 6pm
8/14 - First Day of School!
9/2 Labor Day - NO SCHOOL
 

2019-2020

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Beginning with the 2019-2020 school year, the Wiley Preschool 
will be a full-day, 4-year old preschool program with a parent option.

Please check back over the next several weeks for additional information. 
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Wiley School Student Handbook  
Illness Guidelines

If your child is sent home with a fever or severe symptoms of illness, he/she should not come to school until 24 hours after the fever has broken (without use of fever-reducing medication) and symptoms have resolved. Generally, if any of the following signs or symptoms occurs, exclusion from school should be considered:
  • If your child does not feel well enough to participate comfortable in usual activities. 
  • If your child requires more care than school personnel are able to provide.
  • If your child has a fever (100 degrees or more), change in behavior, persistent crying, difficulty breathing, lack of energy, uncontrolled coughing, active diarrhea, vomiting, rash with a fever or other signs suggesting sever illness.