Responding to Unfinished Learning and
Supporting Social-Emotional Health
in the 2021-2022 School Year
A PANEL DISCUSSION
For parents of students grades 1-12
September 9, 2021
10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Wilton High School Clune Center
395 Danbury Road
and on ZOOM
The 2020-2021 school year was unlike any in modern memory and has left many asking the question: Are our kids prepared for the year ahead? While the pandemic has created much that is unprecedented, unfinished learning is not new. Wilton’s educators are well-prepared to re-engage students in the concepts they’ll need to master in order to successfully navigate the upcoming year’s curriculum; as family members, there is a great deal we can do to support them in the process.
Please join us for a panel discussion led by Wilton Public Schools Assistant Superintendent, Dr. Charles Smith, that will address the district’s response to unfinished learning and plans for implementing a prioritized curriculum in the upcoming school year. In addition to WPS staff members, Tracey Masella, LCSW, will join the panel to offer guidance on how families can support students and foster social-emotional well-being as kids make the transition back to full-time school.
- Charles Smith, EdD: WPS Assistant Superintendent, Curriculum and Instruction;
- Andrea Leonardi: WPS Assistant Superintendent, Special Services;
- Trudy Denton: WPS Curriculum Coordinator – Math/Science;
- Karen Brenneke: WPS Curriculum Coordinator – Humanities;
- Kim Zemo, LCSW: WPS, Safe School Climate Coordinator; and
- Tracey Masella, LCSW: Private Practice, Silver Hill Hospital
SPED*NET Wilton does not provide medical or psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The material in this presentation is provided for educational purposes only.