Collegium Newsletter April 29, 2019

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CCS Family Calendar

Mon., Apr. 29th - Day 2

  • Grades 3, 4, 7, and 8: PSSA Exams (Math)
  • Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Jack M. Barrack Academy 3:00pm @ Boot Road Park
  • Grades 11-12 Via RSVP: FIDM Fashion Club Prom Shop Open (See Event Description) | Room 642 @ 535 Building
  • Boys Middle School Baseball vs. Montgomery School 3:45pm @ Montgomery School Softball Field
  • Girls Middle School Lacrosse vs. Montgomery School 3:45pm @ Montgomery School Softball Field
  • 486 Building: Junior Artists Club (Session 4) 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Tue., Apr. 30th - Day 3

  • 5K Cougar Classic Early Bird Ticket Pricing Ends
  • Grades 3, 4, 7, and 8: PSSA Exams (Math)
  • Grades 5 and 6: PSSA Exams (Math)
  • Biology Keystone Review Session | Rooms 622 and 624 3:00pm - 4:30pm @ 535 Building
  • Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Upper Dublin High School 3:00pm @ Boot Road Park
  • Grades 9-12: Detention 3:00pm - 4:30pm
  • Grades 9-12: Movie Tavern Student Filming Project | 600 Hallway and Bathrooms, Library 3:00pm - 6:30pm @ 535 Building
  • Grades 11-12 Via RSVP: FIDM Fashion Club Prom Shop Open (See Event Description) | Room 642 @ 535 Building
  • Boys Middle School Baseball vs. Renaissance Academy Charter School 3:45pm @ DeSanno Field

Wed., May 1st - Day 4

  • 468/486 Building: 2nd Grade Field Trip (Danenhower, Miller, and Jackson) @ Longwood Gardens
  • Grades 4 and 8: PSSA Exams (Science)
  • Grades 5 and 6: PSSA Exams (Math)
  • Grades 9-12: HS Band, Choir, and Orchestra Field Trip @ Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre
  • Boys Middle School Baseball vs. Delaware County Christian School 3:30pm @ Boot Road Park
  • Girls Middle School Lacrosse vs. AIM Academy 3:45pm @ AIM Academy
  • 468/486 Building: Grades 2-4 Lego STEM/Coding Club (3rd Session) | Art Room (515) 4:00pm - 5:00pm

Thu., May 2nd - Day 5

  • Grades 4 and 8: PSSA Exams (Science)
  • Grades 9-12: Detention 3:00pm - 4:30pm
  • CougarTek Team/Club Meeting | Room 352 3:30pm - 5:30pm @ 515 Building
  • Girls Middle School Lacrosse vs. Interboro School District 3:30pm @ Interboro School District/Witmer Field
  • 150 Building: 2nd/3rd Grade STEM Club | Room 961 3:45pm - 5:00pm
  • Girls Varsity Lacrosse vs. Abington Friends School 3:45pm @ Abington Friends School
  • CANCELLED: Board of Trustees Regular Public Meeting | Conference Room 6:00pm @ 435 Administrative Offices

Fri., May 3rd - Day 6

  • Grade 12 and CCS Employees: College T-Shirt Day
  • Grades 3-8: PSSA Exam Make-Ups
  • Grades 9-12: Movie Tavern Student Filming Project | 600 Hallway and Bathrooms, Library 3:00pm - 6:30pm @ 535 Building
  • Boys Varsity Baseball vs. Penn Wood High School 3:30pm @ Kerr Field
  • Girls Varsity Lacrosse | Academy Park High School 3:45pm @ Academy Park High School
  • Girls Junior Varsity Lacrosse vs. Academy Park High School 5:15pm @ Academy Park High School
  • 150 Building: Rec Night 6:00pm - 8:00pm
  • Grades 5 & 6: Elementary Musical Performance | Gym 6:30pm - 7:30pm @ 535 Building

Saturday, May 4th

  • Kindergarten Screening Assessment Day | 150: Room 804 | 468: Room 429 8:00am - 1:00pm
  • Grades 5 & 6: Elementary Musical Performance | Gym 1:00pm - 2:00pm @ 535 Building
  • High School Prom - "Starry Night" 6:00pm - 10:00pm @ Coatesville Country Club

Registration Open for 2019-2020 Child Care Programs

Attention K-5th Grade CCS Parents/Guardians

Registration for our 2019-2020 Before-School Care (BSC) program and After-School Care (ASC) program is now open. Registration will remain open through Saturday, May 4th.

ASC students and a staff member at our 150 Building.

To register for one or both programs, please use the links below. Collegium encourages interested families to register early as these popular programs are filled on a first come, first served basis. Waitlists will be created for both programs once their capacities are reached.

ASC students and staff at our 486 Building.

To learn more about each program, visit the BSC and/or ASC pages of our website. Families with questions are also invited to email our Director of Child Care Programs, Ms. LaNae Horsey, using the link below.

Q3 High School Honor Roll

Congratulations to our hard-working students for achieving Honor Roll this Quarter!

Image Caption: High School Assistant Principal, Mr. Dryburgh, sharing, "Your hard work has paid off! We are proud of you!"

High School High Honors

GPA 93% or above, with no grade below 85%.

12th Grade: Mina Bourquin, Abigail Dean, Kendra Ebke, Brooklyn Green, Montana Gustis, Skylar Jennings, Marshall Lentz, Madison Schneider, Gloria Sepulveda, Brianna Thompson, Matthew Wachter, Daniel Wagner, and Lauren Wallace

11th Grade: Daniela Astudillo, Evelyn Carbajal-Avila, Kaia Farstad, Diana Galan-Galan, Rose Garzon, Gloria Grothaus, Morgan Gualtieri, Nicholas Hogg, Samantha Leach, Morgan Linkins, Sydney MacKenzie, Shayna Miele, Madison Mitchell, Krish Nair, Armi Patel, Christina Pham, Ria Philip, Cheyenne Rivas, Tayah Rogers, Daniela Sanchez Castaneda, Sydney Schroeder, Laiba Tariq, and Brin Whiteman

10th Grade: Alyssa Bickert, Christopher Correll, John Darnall, Arsal Faisal, Hannah Graham, Paige Henry, Thuvarakaa Johnson, Olivia Jones, Hannah Luong, Raven McCoy, Taylor Nagel, Brandon Olivarez, Ryk Polintan, Jacob Smith, Albert Sommar, Brandon Traut, and Emma Trego

9th Grade: Taylor Douglas, Malia Ford, Josephine Gallant, Amya Garchinsky, Lucia Garzon, Mikhael Joseph, Indiana Kelly, Jordan Kelly, Terrell Mack, Noelle Mast, Sadie Miller, Alexandra Muravyev, Kevin Nguyen, Kobe Nguyen, Trung Nguyen, Alexander Pham, Maia Rissi, Adam Saad, Natasha Scott, Zahra Siddiqui, Jaden Sinkler, and Kaleah Tuttle

High School Honors

GPA 85% or above, with no grade below 85%.

12th Grade: No students in 12th Grade earned Honors in Q3.

11th Grade: Nathan Gustafson, Zachary McFiggins, Josh Ogalesco, Amina Tahir, and Cole Zolomij

10th Grade: Rachel Bromley, Rena Rogers, Tinaye Shoriwa, and Madison Stewart

9th Grade: Jose Bravo-Rodriguez Jr. and Margaret Tresselt

Q3 Middle School Honor Roll

Congratulations to our hard-working students for achieving Honor Roll this Quarter!

Image Caption: Mr. Harkins, Middle School Assistant Principal, sharing, "We are all proud of you! Finish the year strong!"

Middle School High Honors

GPA 93% or above, with no grade below 85%.

8th Grade: Hannah Au, Olivia Brusco, Michelle Canel, Nicholas Carabio, Teilo Castro, Kawinthip Deethae, Joshua Franck, Caroline Hackett, Mark Hinlo, Kylie Hogg, Abigail Holton, Aditi Inamdar, Sarah Kerrigan, Paul LaGravenis, Melanie Luong, Addison Mann, Brian McCoy, Malavika Menon, Ryan Miller, Delaney Mitchell, Sophia Morrison, Grace O'Brien, Madison Ott, Lyndsey Reef, Gabriel Reeves, Elizabeth Riehl, Lauren Solitario, and Aryanna Tack

7th Grade: Isabella Agatone, Saereen Ahmed, Kimberlee Alder, Madden Alexander, MacKenzie Anderson, Serenity Burgess, Hailey Burke, Andrew Carver, Analia de los Angeles, Alexandria DeuBuque, Kereagan Gallant, Gabrielle Green, Ian Hackett, Raiann Hawes, Reginald Holmes, Gurleen Kaur, Shubham Kulkarni, Anailah Lamb-Towles, Penelope Lang, Andrea Lara-Marcial, Beckett Linzey, Evelyn Mercado Sanchez, Sienna Morales, Aaron Myrie, Ogunda Ondiek, Yash Patel, Manny Pulgarin, Itzel Salgado, Vivian Schreiber, Matthew Thomas, Mia Toman, Jordan Toth, and Rilynn Van De Gejuchte

Middle School Honors

GPA 85% or above, with no grade below 85%.

8th Grade: Destiny Bell

7th Grade: No students in 7th Grade earned Honors in Q3.

HS "Starry Night" Prom Items Available

Senior Proms are milestone events for many High School Juniors and Seniors. There are students who don’t go to prom, however, because they don't have the money, don’t know how to put together the perfect outfit, or just aren’t confident enough to coordinate all of the prom elements—hairstyle, makeup, jewelry, accessories, and more!

To help make prom possible for all Juniors and Seniors who want to attend, our High School Guidance Counselors enlisted the help of FIDM Fashion Club members. The Club has collected items students of all genders can use to put together fabulous prom outfits.

The FIDM Fashion Club's Prom Shop will open at 3:15pm on Monday, April 29th and Tuesday, April 30th in Room 642 of the 535 Building. Students seeking ideas and/or prom items (dresses, accessories, etc.) for CCS's "Starry Night" Prom are invited to come to the Prom Shop to meet with Mrs. Rogai and FIDM Fashion Club members.

Planning to come to the Prom Shop? Please RSVP using the link below.

Information About Keystone Exams

Algebra 1 Keystone Prep Sessions Available

CCS Algebra 1 teachers are offering intensive small group study sessions covering topics from both modules of the Algebra I Keystone Exam. The study sessions are appropriate for students who have attempted but not passed the exam, as well as for students who are taking the exam for the first time in May of 2019.

The Keystone Preparation Session details follow. Students may attend any combination of sessions.

Module 1 Prep Sessions (Operations and Linear Equations and Inequalities):

  • Tuesday, May 7th, 3:30pm to 5:30pm, 535 Building Cafeteria
  • Saturday, May 11th, 9:00am to 12:00pm, 515 Building Cafeteria

Module 2 Prep Sessions (Linear Functions and Data Organizations):

  • Tuesday, May 14th, 3:30pm to 5:30pm, 535 Building Cafeteria
  • Saturday, May 18th, 9:00am to 12:00pm, 515 Building Cafeteria

Parents must arrange for transportation to and from this activity. Due to the need for comprehensive and rigorous instruction, only the first 40 students will be accepted into each Keystone Preparation session.

Please return a signed Permission Slip (available at the button above) to your child's Algebra 1 teacher by Wednesday, May 1st to register for Algebra 1 Keystone Preparation Sessions. Contact your child's Algebra 1 teacher with questions.

Spring Keystone Exams

The Pennsylvania State Keystone Exams (Spring Keystones) are scheduled in our 535 Building between Monday, May 13th and Friday, May 24th. The exams are only for students in Grades 7-10 registered for Biology, American Literature, and/or Algebra 1. The exam schedule* will be:

Biology Keystone Exam

  • Monday, May 13th
  • Tuesday, May 14th

Literature Keystone Exam

  • Wednesday, May 15th
  • Thursday, May 16th

Algebra 1 Keystone Exam

  • Monday, May 20th
  • Tuesday, May 21st

*Makeup exams will occur throughout the testing window. All makeup exams must be completed by Friday, May 24th.

To ensure that your children are feeling prepared on testing days, please make sure they are well rested, eat a healthy breakfast, and arrive at school on time. Please also review the important parent/guardian resources linked below:

Questions about the Spring Keystone Exam schedule? Email Mrs. Amber Ammon using the link below.

Disney's "Aladdin KIDS," the Musical!

You’re invited to CCST Jr.'s presentation of Disney's "Aladdin KIDS," the musical! Please join us as we transform the 535 Building Gym into Agrabah, city of wonder and land of enchantment! You will be amazed as Aladdin, Jasmine, Genie, Jafar, and our talented 5th and 6th Grade cast and crew share their whole new world with you!

Performances are scheduled for Friday, May 3rd at 6:30pm and Saturday, May 4th at 1:00pm in the 535 Building Gym. Admission is free, and no tickets are required. Cash donations towards the CCST Jr. program will happily be accepted. Doors open 30 minutes before each performance.

Ms. Rebecca Rambo can answer your questions about the CCST Jr. production of "Aladdin KIDS," the musical. Use the link below to send Ms. Rambo an email.

Chromebooks for a Cause: Merging Art And Technology

Ms. Allison Thomas, our 500 Building Art Teacher, wants to help her students enhance their artwork and explore their talents through the powerful technology tools Chromebooks offer. To accomplish these goals, Ms. Thomas is raising funds to purchase a rugged set of Chromebooks for her Art Room.

"This technology will allow me to use drawing apps and expose our artists to digital art, as well as give students a common resource they desire." -Ms. Thomas, 500 Building Art Teacher

"Using Chromebook tools and features, my students will be able to explore and create modern and meaningful artwork right within their Google Drives," said Ms. Thomas. "Just the touch screen and stylus alone will amaze and inspire them!" Chromebook tools will also give students the ability to create presentations, videos, digital collages, designs, and photo manipulation. "The possibilities are exciting and endless!" Ms. Thomas exclaimed.

Ms. Thomas is confident that having Chromebooks available to her art students will provide new opportunities to spark their artistic dreams. By merging technology into their creative processes, new career paths could also be revealed for students to investigate. "There is no 'one shoe fits all' in the art world," according to Ms. Thomas. "My goal is for students to be able to discover their own unique selves."

DonorsChoose provides a perfect fundraising platform for Ms. Thomas' Art Room Chromebook initiative. For donors who contribute now through Tuesday, April 30th, DonorsChoose will match up to $50.00 of each donation when the code LIFTOFF is used on the payment page.

Donate to Chromebooks for a Cause using the DonorsChoose link below. Please share the link with your family and friends to help Ms. Thomas realize her Art Room Chromebook dream. Thank you for your support!

To learn more about Ms. Thomas and her goals for art students, watch her Employee Spotlight video below.

8th Grade Students' Baby Pictures Needed

The school year is quickly coming to an end! In preparation for the 8th Grade's Moving Up Ceremony in early June, we're collecting baby pictures of our 8th Grade students to use in the end-of-year video.

By Friday, May 31st, please send your child's baby picturejust ONE favorite!to Ms. Megan Shields. You can email an electronic photo file using the link below or send the photo itself to school with your 8th Grade child in an envelope labeled "Ms. Shields." Hard copies of photos will be scanned and returned.

Whether you email your photo or deliver it by hand, be sure to include your child's name so Ms. Shields can properly identify each photo. Ms. Shields is available by email (the link is below) to answer your questions. Thank you!

Digital Report Cards Coming June 2019

You asked for digital Report Cards, and now they're here! CCS is happy to announce that our final 2018-2019 school year Report Cards and all future Report Cards will be available digitally through the PowerSchool Student and Parent Portal. The digital Report Cards will include all of the information provided in the paper copies you've received this school year to date.

We'll be sharing additional details about digital Report Cards in upcoming Newsletters, SchoolMessenger emails, and ClassDojo messages. In the meantime, contact CCS PowerSchool Support at the link below with questions. A member of our Technology Department will be happy to assist you!

Help Wanted

Custodian Positions Available

CCS has full-time and part-time school-year Custodian positions available now. Duties include sweeping, mopping, emptying trash, cafeteria and event set-up, and other duties as assigned. Custodial experience is preferred.

School day, summer, and/or some evening and weekend hours may be available.

Interested? For more information, visit the Employment Page of our website, accessible via the link below. Thank you.

CCS Basketball Day Camp Coming This Summer

Coach Markel Jones and the Collegium Boys Basketball Team are excited for their 1st Annual Collegium Basketball Day Camp. The Day Camp is designed for 2nd through 8th Grade boys and girls of all skill levels. Activities will emphasize skill development in fundamental areas of the game like passing, shooting, and dribbling, while also promoting a fun and open learning atmosphere.

All participants will receive a free Collegium Basketball Day Camp T-shirt. Email Coach Jones using the link below for information and answers to your questions.

5K Cougar Classic's Early Bird Pricing Ends Soon

Early Bird Registration pricing for our 4th Annual 5K Cougar Classic is ending soon! Sign up by this Wednesday, May 1st, before the price increases! All proceeds benefit Collegium students and classrooms.

Use the link below to register for the 5K Cougar Classic competitive race, 1-Mile Fun Run/Walk, and/or Kids' Dash. You'll find additional event details on the event's website, including registration instructions and how to become a sponsor.

Questions? Email our event organizers using the link below.

Barnes & Noble Book Fair

Here's an opportunity to grab some coffee and look for great reads for you and your children! CCS's Biannual Barnes & Noble Book Fair begins Wednesday, May 8, 2019 and continues in-store through Sunday, May 12th at the Main Street at Exton location.

This event supports literacy, CCS Library purchases (a percentage of your purchase amount* goes to CCS), and family fun.

When you visit Barnes & Noble's Main Street at Exton's location between Wednesday, May 8th and Sunday, May 12th, be sure to mention that your purchases are for CCS. Even better, join us for our kick-off event at 4:00 pm on Wednesday, May 8th, featuring a live, in-store performance by the CCS Chamber Choir.

If you prefer, you can shop Barnes & Noble online until Friday, May 17th using the link below. Be sure to enter the CCS Book Fair Event ID Number, 12397451, in the designated field at the bottom of the payment page during checkout.

We hope to see you and your family exploring new reads at Barnes & Noble during the Book Fair! Questions? Feel free to email Mrs. Ferry using the link provided below.

May K-12 Menus and Payment Form

The Food Service Department's May K-12 Menus and Payment Form are available at the button below. This information is also posted as a Resource on the Food Service page of our website.

Education Explained: What are AP Exams?

Each week, CCS employees highlight common terms and philosophies in education and explain how they impact teaching and learning at Collegium. This week's contribution comes from Ms. Jennifer Juarez, Curriculum Supervisor for Grades 9-12.

The College Board’s Advanced Placement (AP) courses contain very challenging, college-level content and skills. Collegium’s AP Program allows students to take these courses while they're still in High School, which can help smooth the students’ way to college.

AP courses culminate with College Board AP Exams. Specifically designed to measure students’ mastery of their AP course material, AP Exams are important for other reasons, including that students who do well can receive college credit and even advanced college placement.

The College Board currently offers 38 exams in courses such as AP Computer Science and AP World History. Each AP Exam is unique, but they do share some common characteristics:

  1. Most AP Exams are between two and three hours long, with a 10-minute break between sections.
  2. The first exam section usually consists of mostly multiple-choice questions.
  3. Free-response questions (such as an essay, a solution to a problem, a spoken response) usually make up most of the second exam section.

Collegium High School students apply for AP courses in late winter/early spring of the preceding school year.

Our AP Program has experienced amazing growth over the last five years, thanks to tremendous support from Collegium’s administrators, teachers, students, and families. In 2013, 24 students took 29 AP Exams at Collegium; in 2019, approximately 120 students will take close to 200 exams!

This momentum contributes to significant and positive change for all of our futures. There is nothing the Collegium Community enjoys more than seeing students sucessfully move forward!

For more information about AP Exams, check out the resources provided at the buttons below.

Questions about Collegium’s AP Program? Email Ms. Jennifer Juarez.

Collegium Employee Spotlight: Patti Zwahlen

This Newsletter section highlights one Collegium employee each week, and allows families and students to get to know them better. Now, when you see featured employees on campus, you can greet them by name and strike up conversations! Watch this video to learn more about Mrs. Patti Zwahlen, 500 Building Library Assistant.

Middle School Updates

Volunteers Needed for Middle School Field Days

Attention Middle School parents/guardians! The Health and Physical Education Department is looking for volunteers to help with our upcoming Field Days. Volunteers must have their clearances on file with CCS. (Access our Volunteering webpage link below for details on the required clearances.)

This year's Middle School Field Day dates are:

  • Tuesday, May 28th (7th Grade)
  • Wednesday, May 29th (8th Grade)

Email Mrs. Batty if you'd like to volunteer or get more information! Her email link is also below.

Washington, D.C. Field Trip Medical Forms

The 8th Grade Field Trip to Washington, D.C. is fast approaching! Earlier this month, our School Nurse sent 8th Grade students home with the Overnight Field Trip Medical Form and instructions on how to complete it.

The completed form (also linked below) must be filled out and returned by no later than Friday, May 3rd. Your child cannot go on our Washington, D.C. Field Trip without this critically important information on file with the School Nurse.

If you have questions, email Mrs. Wallace.

3rd-6th Grade Student Council Rec Night

On Friday, May 17, 2019, CCS students in Grades 3-6 can enjoy a night of relaxing fun at the 500 Building from 4:30pm until 6:30pm.

There will be games, movies, art crafts, computers, dodge ball, snacks, and more! If you would like your child to attend, please send in their Permission Slip (below) and $5.00 fee (in cash) as soon as possible, but by no later than Friday, May 3, 2019. Attendance is on a first come, first served basis.

Please, reach out to your building Student Council Adviser with questions, comments, and/or concerns.

Volunteer at the 500 Building Book Fair

We're just a few weeks away from the Grades 5-8 Book Fair, which begins Monday, May 6th. It looks like the Book Fair will be as popular as ever, which means that we'll need plenty of volunteers to help students and families enjoy the event.

Please use your preferred social media account to sign up to volunteer. Or, you can use a Scholastic.com login at the button below. After login, you'll be directed to Collegium's sign-up sheet for the Grades 5-8 Book Fair.

Volunteer time slots are 30 minutes each. Feel free to sign up for more than one time slot, if you can. We appreciate any time you can spare to volunteer!

Questions? Email Mrs. Wallace.

Note: Clearances are required for Book Fair volunteers. Our website's Volunteering page linked below has information on those clearances and how to obtain them.

Donate to the 468/486 Building's PSSA Carnival

Like all CCS students preparing for PSSAs, the 468/486 Building's 3rd and 4th Graders will put forth tremendous effort during the exam window. We want to show our appreciation for that hard work by having a PSSA Carnival on Friday, May 17th between 1:30pm to 3:30pm.

Donations of snack items, raffle basket goodies, gift cards, and other items are needed to help make the PSSA Carnival fun. We're also looking for some parent volunteers to help us run the event. Please use the links below for more information and to sign up for volunteering and/or donations. Thank you!

Questions? Email our PSSA Carnival contact, Mrs. Guarente.

CCS HSA Updates & Events

Serving in a capacity similar to a Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) or Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO), our Home & School Association (HSA) owes its success to the efforts of our many parent, teacher, and staff volunteers! Proceeds from HSA fundraisers and activities help fund CCS education and operations.

Teacher Appreciation Week

Teacher Appreciation Week runs from Monday, May 6th through Friday, May 10th. The HSA organizes activities throughout Teacher Appreciation Week that help CCS families recognize and support our dedicated, hard-working teachers and staff.

The HSA will reach out soon for Teacher Appreciation Week volunteers and donations. Thank you in advance for helping to make the week a great celebration for our teachers and staff!

Sign Up to Volunteer!

Elementary Building School Stores

Volunteers are needed to open the School Stores in our 150, 468, 486, and 500 Buildings before school and during lunch. The School Stores are a real treat for CCS’s students, and volunteering is very rewarding! Please sign up for a few hours (or more!) using the SignUpGenius link below. We appreciate your support! Note that clearances are required for School Store volunteers.

500 Building Resale Shop

Volunteers are needed to spend time each week organizing our Uniform Resale Shop. The Resale Shop is a tremendous CCS fundraiser, as well as a valuable resource for CCS families. Volunteers help keep donations in order and available for sale.

Please use the SignUpGenius link below to donate your time to the Resale Shop! Thank you.

Our Next HSA Meeting

The HSA will meet next on Wednesday, May 8th, at 4:30pm in the 535 Building Cafeteria. Parents/guardians and staff are all invited to attend!

WWPD Tip Resources

Collegium is committed to maintaining a strong and trusting partnership with the West Whiteland Police Department (WWPD). Together, we encourage all Collegium students, staff, and parents/guardians to contact the WWPD with any information they feel should be investigated.

The WWPD has a dedicated email address and phone number for the public to use to provide information quickly and directly to them.

The email address and phone line above are monitored by the WWPD Criminal Investigation Unit. We encourage anyone with information about suspected criminal activity to contact the WWPD using the email address, or by leaving a voicemail message on the WWPD Tip Line. Everyone utilizing the phone number or email address can remain anonymous, if they wish.

If your concerns are specific to the Collegium campus, we ask that you also contact your Building Principal(s):

Important Collegium Telephone Numbers

Collegium's Main Number


Building Main Office Extensions

  • 150 Building: Ext. 6811
  • 435 Building: Ext. 6002
  • 468 Building: Ext. 6401
  • 486 Building: Ext. 6501
  • 500 Building: Ext. 6106
  • 515 Building: Ext. 6336
  • 535 Building: Ext. 6602

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