Full Day Kindergarten Option for 21/22 School Year! Yes, that's what we said! Call the office for more information: 530-892-1676.
6 months ago, Kim Heywood
All Day Kindergarten
We appreciate all the hours and the dedication to teaching our Wildflower teachers have done over the course of this year! Don't forget to show your appreciation to any teacher you may know, this is their week!
7 months ago, Kim Heywood
Teacher Appreciation
Over the past couple of years, Wildflower's Eco Club has prepped, planted and cared for a Monarch recovery garden. Milkweed, essential to the Monarch butterfly, is currently dormant waiting for spring to show itself, and eventually bloom to attract them in the warm summer months. Heather, one of our eco club volunteers, put together this educational video with a couple of Wildflower students which features the story of Monarchs and the Wildflower Monarch Recovery Garden. https://youtu.be/x59o2H3Pfeg
9 months ago, Kim Heywood
Monarch & Milkweed
Thank you Odyssey Teams for assisting Wildflower in a school-wide virtual mosaic mural project. Each student and staff member had a square to replicate from the original image to create a unique abstract mosaic for everyone to enjoy! The original picture was created by Bonnie Parkin, local artist, art teacher, and founding member of Wildflower Open Classroom. The watercolor was one of our original logos for the school. Thanks again Odyssey Team members, Allison and Jonas for setting this up. And a special thank you to our devoted staff and talented students for creating this amazing piece of art!
about 1 year ago, WOC
Mosaic Mural
Original Logo
Distance learning images from homes around our Wildflower community.
over 1 year ago, WOC
Linda's 5th & 6th grade
Linda's 5th & 6th Grade art
Virtual Math Support
Happy to finish her koala!
Some heart-warming pictures to brighten your day! Sammie using Zoom with some students, reading in the park, and thinking about some people that might be having a hard time staying home and missing our friends and family. So since it’s “D” week in his Kindergarten class, we thought of a song that started with the letter “D” that might make people happy so we listened to the song, then Trevor was excited to draw a beautiful picture to share with a “happy” message to everyone ❤️
over 1 year ago, Kim Heywood
Zoom lesson 1
Zoom lesson 2
Reading in the park
Don't worry be happy
More distance learning pictures for you to peruse!
over 1 year ago, WOC
Birdhouse waiting for a study break to be painted
Study Break, for an art project
PIP (Personal Interest Project) a student in Becky's 3/4 class did research on honeybees and he made a diorama.
TK Practicing her writing!
While everyone is stuck at home, we asked families to send us some pictures of how Wildflower students are managing social distancing, and distance learning. Keep 'em coming, we love seeing the different styles of creative learning!
over 1 year ago, WOC
Social Distancing at it's Finest!
Yoga: he’s a shark in the water moving from side to side
Kindergarten math: adding and subtracting with Hi Ho Cherry-o!
Finding out she gets to use a Chromebook for school work!
Don't forget to come by for the rescheduled Understanding Trauma Training this Wednesday. Wildflower is hosting a free evening training on coping with stress and trauma for the Wildflower community and the community at large on February 26th, from 6:00 to 7:30pm. Please share with your friends and family members and any others who may benefit! The training will cover the impacts of stress and trauma on adults and children, and will focus on strategies that are effective at relieving stress and coping with trauma for both adults and children. We are excited to have Kay Paden, an excellent trainer from Butte County Office of Education to share this valuable information with the community.
almost 2 years ago, WOC
Understanding Trauma Flyer 2
The Adolescent Program had the culmination of their Heroic Journey program with a Letting Go Ceremony at Bidwell Park's Fire Ring Wednesday evening. Student's brought an object to "give up" that symbolized that they are growing up and letting go of some of their childish ways of thinking. Students, along with their families and adult allies were in attendance for this heroic step towards growing up.
almost 2 years ago, Wildflower
Letting Go 1
Letting Go 2
Letting Go 3
Trauma Training scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 11 (tomorrow), has been POSTPONED until a later date. Sorry for the inconvenience, we will let you know the date as soon as it is rescheduled.
almost 2 years ago, WOC
Don't forget to come by Wildflower for our Understanding Trauma Training Wildflower is hosting a free evening training on coping with stress and trauma for the Wildflower community and the community at large on February 11, from 6:00 to 7:30pm. Please share with your friends and family members and any others who may benefit! The training will cover the impacts of stress and trauma on adults and children, and will focus on strategies that are effective at relieving stress and coping with trauma for both adults and children. We are excited to have Kay Paden, an excellent trainer from Butte County Office of Education to share this valuable information with the community.
almost 2 years ago, WOC
Understanding Trauma Flyer
Understanding Trauma Training Wildflower is hosting a free evening training on coping with stress and trauma for the Wildflower community and the community at large on February 11, from 6:00 to 7:30pm. Please share with your friends and family members and any others who may benefit! The training will cover the impacts of stress and trauma on adults and children, and will focus on strategies that are effective at relieving stress and coping with trauma for both adults and children. We are excited to have Kay Paden, an excellent trainer from Butte County Office of Education to share this valuable information with the community.
almost 2 years ago, WOC
Understanding Trauma Training
Open House at Wildflower is Tomorrow, Weds. 29th from 9am till 2pm, please share with anyone you know who may want to find out more about Wildflower!
almost 2 years ago, Kim Heywood
Reading to Kindergarteners in the morning
Art w/ Kali
Science Experiments
1st & 2nd Grade Authors
Hello WOCAP community! What a fun couple of weeks it has been hearing about students’ internship experiences, see a couple pictures of kids at internships below!
almost 2 years ago, Wildflower
WOCAP Internship 1
WOCAP Internships 2
Art around Wildflower... 1st & 2nd grades abstract art with Kali. 7th & 8th grade elective with Emma-school beautification-public art for Wildflower to beautify campus with!
almost 2 years ago, WOC
1st & 2nd Art w/ Kali
Watercolor w/ Kali
7th & 8th Art w/ Emma
7th & 8th Painting w/ Emma
Take a moment to listen to Linda & Cassandra's 5th & 6th graders' live audio clip of their Seneca Falls Convention live recording from Wednesday evening on KZFR public radio 90.1. Just click on the link below to be taken back in time to the United State's first Women's Rights Convention performed by our very own Wildflower students. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Tw3fceGzpQfLoWDbwlZ8B36sIL7Sp5xN/view?usp=drive_web
almost 2 years ago, WOC
Seneca Falls Convention
Linda Holm and Cassandra Ventura's fifth and sixth graders will be appearing on KZFR 90.1 Wednesday evening, November 4, 6 pm on the "Real Issue" public affairs program. They will be reenacting the Senneca Falls Convention of 1848, where Elizabeth Cady Stanton and others protested the unequal treatment of women and launched the women's right to vote movement. The students have studied that history in depth and assume the roles of both supporters and opponents of the movement. Tune in: KZFR 90.1, 6 pm Wednesday.
about 2 years ago, WOC
KZFR Image
Senneca Falls Convention of 1848 Re-enactment
Steve and some 1st & 2nd graders, making rainbows with light and water.
about 2 years ago, WOC
Steve volunteering
One of Wildflower's amazing Board members, Steve Tchudi, volunteering time in class.
about 2 years ago, WOC
BOD Member Steve Tchudi volunteering