Our Vision
Our vision is to cultivate passionate hearts and minds, driven to contribute to the well being of others and the good of society.

Our Mission
Our commitment is to make decisions that consider the student first.  Through focused academics, a commitment to character, a positive environment, and a partnership with our community, we direct our attention on educating the whole child. 


About Us

Wildcat Mountain Elementary
6585 Lionshead Parkway
Littleton, CO 80124

Student School Day

All Grades8:30a.m.-3:30p.m. 
If there is a Delayed StartStart time is:
10:00a.m.
BusesDelayed 90 minutes

Weather Closure Information

Wildcat Care

Tim Musser303-387-6945
Before School Care6:30a.m.-8:30a.m.
After School Care3:30p.m.-6:00p.m.
Full Day Intercession Care6:30a.m.-6:00p.m.

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Important Information

WME Office Closed June & July
Doral Academy of Colorado
The office will re-open Monday, August 3rd. 
Regular office hours 7:30am - 4:00pm.

WME New Family Registration Dates
Monday, Aug. 3rd & Tuesday, Aug. 4th from 10a - 12n

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WME PTO has partnered with EduKit again this year to offer school supply kits for the 2020-2021 school year! Orders with EduKit are online only. PTO offers this service as a convenience to families to save time and money.

Supply packs are delivered to the school with free shipping if you order by June 10th and will be in your child's classroom at Meet and Greet.

If you place your order between June 11th and July 17th, your kits will include an extra fee and be shipped to your home.

Headphones or earbuds are a required school supply item for all students. They may be purchased through EduKit for an additional $11 for headphones and $10 for earbuds, which is a great price for the quality.

If you have any questions, please contact Michele Dutcher


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Philosophy

Wildcat Mountain Elementary School was founded on the ideas and principles of Ernest L. Boyer.  
(The Basic School:  A Community for Learning, 1995, The Carnege Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching)

The School as a Community with a shared vision, teachers as leaders and parents as partners.

A Curriculum with Coherence using centrality of language, core commonalities, and measuring results.

A Climate for Learning with patterns to fit purpose, resources to enrich, and services for children.

A Commitment to Character teaching core virtues and living with a purpose.

         

Parents

Students

Important Dates

June 10th - EduKit Orders Due for Free Shipping to School
July 15th - Express Check-In
Aug 3rd & 4th - New Family Registration

Nondiscrimination Notice

https://www.dcsdk12.org/about/our_district/nondiscrimination_notice