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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All bills must be paid, and all uniforms and library books must be turned in 
by the last day of school (12th grade-5/16; K-11th grades-5/23). 
Students will not be able to check out and seniors will not receive their diplomas if 
they have any outstanding bills, or uniforms and library books are missing.
Outstanding bills may include but are not limited to: Band, Lunch, Ag, Home Ec, & FCCLA 
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A Retirement Reception
honoring
Cindy Rundell and Candy Solt
will be on
May 22nd at 4 pm in the Library
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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.
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