Wedgefield School Fund

Eighth Graders
Eighth-grade middle school students from across Orange County and throughout the state of Florida celebrate the completion of their middle school careers with an amazing trip to Universal Studios GradVenture each year. The eighth-grade class of Wedgefield School looks forward to this trip every year and students have worked hard to achieve success and deserve the opportunity to celebrate with their peers. This trip, however, can be costly for students when you consider the price of admission to the park, the expense of transportation, and a class t-shirt.

Please support this year's graduating 8th grade class and help offset some of the cost for our students's "End of Year Celebration" by donating below.

Please email donation questions to Kim Roberts, 8th grade sponsor.

Fifth Graders
Fifth- grade is an important milestone for our students across OCPS. To celebrate their completion of elementary school and their transition into middle school, we celebrate with a big end of the year party. Our Wedgefield students are excited and look forward to this event every year. Fifth--grade parent volunteers work hard fundraising so that the students can celebrate at no cost to them. 

Please support this years fifth-grade class "End-of-the-Year Celebration" by donating below.

Please email donation questions to Stephanie Prusinski, 5th grade sponsor.

Wedgefield Donations

GENERAL FUND DONATION
EVENTS
EIGHTH-GRADE YEAR END PARTY
FIFTH-GRADE END OF YEAR PARTY
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