Challenger Middle School News

  • Apr 9, 2024

    Notice of Public Hearing

    Wilsona School District Notice of Public Hearing AB1200


    The Trustees of the Wilsona School District will hold a public hearing on Thursday, April 18, 2024, beginning at 3:30 P.M. in the Wilsona School District Board room, located at 18050 E. Avenue O, Palmdale, CA 93591. The purpose of the hearing will be to review AB1200 in consideration of the tentative agreement between Wilsona School District and WTA.

    Assembly Bill (AB) 1200 (Chapter 1213/Statues 1991) required local educational agencies to publicly disclose the provisions of all collective bargaining agreements before entering into a written agreement. Government Code (GC) Section 3547.5 states:

    “Before a public school employer enters into a written agreement with an exclusive representative covering matters within the scope of representation, the major provisions of the agreement, including, but not limited to, the costs that would be incurred by the public school employer under the agreement for the current and subsequent fiscal years, shall be disclosed at a public meeting of the public school employer…”

    A copy of the AB1200 is available for review at the District Office 18050 East Avenue O, Palmdale during 9am – 3pm Monday through Friday.

    Posted 04/08/2024

    Public Posting

    Wilsona School District

    Public Posting

    California School Employees Association

    Reopener Negotiations 2023-2024

    The California School Employees Association and its Wilsona Chapter 723 (CSEA) and the Wilsona School District have mutually agreed to reopen the following additional article to the initial proposal for Reopener Negotiations, 2023-2024 under the provisions of the current bargaining agreement. It is CSEA’s intent to alter or amend the following article as indicated, ad present proposals for public discussion in accordance with Government Code § 3547:

    Article XI – Professional Growth – CSEA intends to review and add language to the Professional Growth article.

    Posted 03/20/2024

    A Message From Our Principal

    As your principal, it is my responsibility to address concerns that impact our school community. Recently, there have been instances of conflicts and fighting within our school, and I feel it is crucial to address this issue openly.

    Our school is a place of learning, growth, and respect. Every student deserves to feel safe and supported in their academic journey. It is disappointing  to see behaviors that go against the values we hold dear.

    Conflict is a natural part of life, but it is important] that we approach it in a healthy and constructive manner. Violence and fighting are never acceptable solutions to problems. Instead, let us focus on having restorative conversations,  and understanding to resolve conflicts.

    I encourage each and every one of you to take a moment to reflect on your actions impact the school.  Whether you run towards the fight, record the fight, share the fight, and or instigate the fight, all this contributes to the unacceptable behavior at school.  If you find yourself in a difficult situation, please reach out to a teacher, counselor, or any trusted adult who can help mediate and provide support.

    Our school is committed to creating a positive and safe environment where everyone can thrive academically and socially. Let us work together to restore the justices; a culture of respect, kindness, and cooperation. Remember, we are a community, and it is up to each one of us to contribute positively to the well-being of our school.

    If you have any concerns or suggestions, please feel free to share them with administration or the school counselors. Let's work together to make our school a place where everyone feels valued and safe.

    School Site Council Committee

    The School Site Council committee is responsible for implementing the school plan to include all grade levels and all students.  The committee also proposes expenditures of funds available from funding sources included in the school based coordinated program, evaluates educational programs of the school on an ongoing basis, and supports instructional and staff development programs.

    Please join us for our next meeting. Click on the link for meeting information.


    The English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC) promotes a meaningful connection with parents of English learner students (EL) at the school site. The purpose of the ELAC is to provide guidance and advice to the principal and staff about the needs of students who are learning English as a second language.

    Please join us for our next meeting. Click on the link for meeting information.

  • Oct 30, 2023
    Bike Permit Flyer

    Bike Permit


    Students riding bikes, skateboards, or scooters to school must wear a helmet and have a signed permit on file with the Challenger office. Please ask your child for the flyer that went home.


July 2024


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