Book Return Alert

We miss you so very much and hope that this message finds you and your family well. It is so hard to believe that the school year will be coming to an end in just a few short weeks. Have you been doing a little spring cleaning? If so, did you locate any of your child’s WBI Library Books and/or textbooks? If so, we invite you to drop them off at the WBI porch when you are in the neighborhood or when you visit the school to pick up your child’s learning packet. We will have a drop off box on the porch each M-F from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. for your use.

Did you place a Yearbook Order? We wanted to let you know that the orders have not yet arrived. Orders were delayed due to COVID-19. Families will be notified as soon as we have shipping information.

Watch DOG Dad Thank You!

Watch D.O.G.S. Dads of Great Students

We want to send out a great big thank you to all the dads, uncles, granddads, and friends of our students that served in our building this year.  You were a tremendous help to the staff and always  give the students a boost to see your smiling faces.  We hope to see you soon back in our building.

Bring Your Own Device

Bring Your Own Device

BYOD: Bring Your Own Device – With Teacher Approval

With teacher approval, students may bring their own electronic devices to school for instructional use.  In addition, they may use the school network to enhance educational objectives; however, they must have prior teacher and parental permission with a signed form found here:  Devices are only to be used in the classroom with teacher approval and directions.  Devices must be put away when not in use.  Follow this link for frequently asked questions:

Teacher of the Year

Congratulations Ms. Robare.Congratulations to Ms. Robare!

WBI’s Teacher of the Year and Reading Teacher of the Year!

Safety Memo


Please read the memo below about new procedures for gaining access to our building and consequences for students opening outside doors.



SchoolStore logo


SchoolStore is a great way to support your school by shopping at your favorite online merchants or donating a Caring For Classrooms gift card.

Shop and Support is an online shopping mall where over 200 nationally known online merchants have agreed to give a percentage of sales to K-12 schools. Companies like, Sears, Target,, Family Book Store, and Oriental Trading Company participate. Most merchant contributions to your school will average 5%-10% but some go as high as 50% of sales!


You can also donate a Caring For Classrooms gift card to a student’s classroom. Your donation will be used by their teacher for books, educational magazines and classroom supplies. Donating a Caring For Classroom gift card is a wonderful way to enhance the reading and learning experience for an entire classroom.

Bus Drivers Needed!!

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  •  Full Benefits!
  •  Medical & Dental!
  •  All School Holidays Off!
  •  Summers Off!
  •  Work 5 hours per day!
  •  Virginia Retirement System!