Principal's Message

{title}
Dear Bobcat Family,
Welcome back to a new and exciting 2014-2015 school year. I am confident to say that we are destined to have a great year. Our children talents combined with the dedication of school staff and supportive parents/community allows us to continue to strive for excellence at Mary H. Wright.
I hope you had a wonderful summer and you are ready for another great school year.
Read More  

Veterans’ Day November 11, 2014

Veterans’ Day November 11, 2014
Mary H. Wright Elementary is honoring veterans in our community on November 11, 2014.
Read More  

Rotary Club Members Read to Mary H. Wright’s Second Graders

Rotary Club Members Read to Mary H. Wright’s Second Graders
Mary H. Wright Elementary’s second grade students received a special visit from Rotary Club members. While visiting, Rotary volunteers read classic fairy tales to second graders who relished these favorite stories.
Read More  

7READS Author Dr. Mary Ann Solesbee to Visit Mary H. Wright Elementary

7READS Author Dr. Mary Ann Solesbee to Visit Mary H. Wright Elementary
On Wednesday, September 10, Mary H. Wright Elementary is honored to host author, Dr. Mary Ann Solesbee, for Spartanburg School District Seven’s annual 7READS literacy event. Dr. Solesbee will read to third and fourth grade students from her historically inspired book about Spartanburg County’s Walnut Grove Plantation entitled Sal and Amanda Visit Walnut Grove Planation. Please visit with your child during our school’s Lift Off to Literacy event on Wednesday, September 10, 2014.
Read More  

National College Colors Day

National College Colors Day
Mary H. Wright Elementary is celebrating National College Colors Day on Friday, August 29. To help bring awareness to our college going culture, encourage your child to wear his/her favorite college team colors to school on Friday, August 29.
Read More  

Target Essay Winner

Target Essay Winner
Idreona Padgett, rising 3rd grader at Mary H. Wright Elementary, recently was named one of two winners in Target’s essay contest - “It’s up to me to improve my community, so what can I do?”
Idreona won a bike and helmet, and City of Spartanburg Public Safety Officers presented her award.

Page Rendered in: 2.1892 sec. for IP: 50.19.206.49 on Friday, October 31st, 2014 @ 01:02 AM  |  Total Queries: 107  |  GZIP: enabled  |  GID: 3