Meet Charles D. Wyche Jr.
Charles D. Wyche, Jr. was an educator in Miami-Dade County Public Schools for 38 years, serving as a teacher and principal. He was principal of North Dade Junior/Senior High School and Golden Glades Elementary School.
The desired future of Charles Wyche Elementary is one in which teachers and administrators live in harmony as a professional learning community by celebrating the teaching of and learning from children, within the school's boundary, every day in a multitude of ways. In nurturing the gifts within teachers and students, and honoring parents, and staff, the community anticipates that it will find varied ways to capture learning gains that transcend test scores on high stakes measures; a result, that will be grounded in high expectations, a sense of responsibility, success, and respect from everyone involved in educating students.
Charles Wyche Elementary, like all other public schools, is charged to increase the proficiency of all students by allowing them the opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills through learning opportunities valued by students, parents, and the community. More specifically, the mission at Charles Wyche Elementary is to serve all children regardless of their capacity to learn, and according to each child's individual needs, by certified professionals in specialized areas in an enriched environment that promotes high academic standards of achievement and empowers children to lead productive and fulfilling lives as lifelong learners and responsible citizens in a technological, global society.
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:20am - 1:50pm
Wed. 8:20am - 1:50pm
Grades 2nd- 5th
Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:35am - 3:05pm
Wed. 8:35am - 1:50pm
School is in session during these hours. Please be prompt to drop-off and pick-up your children. If arriving late, your child will be asked to obtain a late pass from the office.
No student will be released within the final 30 minutes of the school day unless the administration determines it is an emergency.
White or red polo shirt
Blue or khaki pants, shorts, or skirt (girls)
Educational Excellence School Advisory Council
Each school in the District has its own Educational Excellence School Advisory Council (EESAC). The Council’s job is to make decisions regarding the School’s Performance Excellence Plan. The Plan details how the school will improve in various areas such as student performance, technology, and FCAT preparation. The Council welcomes and encourages parent and community participation.