Our Mission


Our mission is “to raise academic and social outcomes through an awareness of research-based educational methods, implement state adopted national standards with fidelity and rigor, and broaden involvement of school community members.”

To succeed in accomplishing our mission, we will abide by our CW Standards, utilizing the Five B’s, implementing a positive character education program, and creating a student- centered learning environment.

Caroline Wenzel Standards


We will uphold a commitment to high academic and social expectations for all students.

We will encourage a positive school climate and a strong sense of community.

We will create an environment of trust and respect.


We will work diligently with school personnel, parents and students to reinforce our vision.

We will report improper conduct with procedural fairness and due process.


We will strive for fairness and equity.

We will consider the rights and needs of all parties affected.


We will remind those facing an ethical decision about the impact of its outcome, while at the same time provide them with the courage and support to make difficult decisions.

We will uphold confidentiality.

Ethical Responsibility

We will model appropriate ethical behavior(s) that will have an impact in the lives of others.

We will abide by policies, procedures and school rules.


We will recognize and acknowledge the worth of our school community members and remember to value them through what we say and do.

We will maintain appropriate relationship with staff, students and parents/guardians.

5 B’s

  • Be Safe
  • Be Productive
  • Be Attentive
  • Be Respective and Responsible
  • Be Kind

Welcome Back Wenzel Familes!
A letter from Principal Yang


Dear Wenzel Families,



Our focus this school year is on these three goals:

Math: We aim to improve the overall Math proficiency rate (meeting or exceeding standards) by 10% from 20% to 30% as measured on the 2020-21 SBAC assessment for all students, including African American, Hispanic, Socio-economically disadvantaged, English Learners, and Special Education students.