Pollock Elementary School 

Dontae L. Wilson

2875 Welsh Road
Philadelphia PA 19152
Phone: 215-400-3210

Preparing Students To Become Global Citizens, Critical Thinkers, And Ethical Leaders In A Connected Society

Robert B. Pollock Elementary School


Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer Opportunities 

We are always seeking parent volunteers, however, all volunteers must submit clearances.   The required clearances are:

The PSP Criminal History clearance costs $0 visit https://epatch.state.pa.us/Home.jsp 

The Child Abuse certification costs $0 visit www.dhs.state.pa.us/findaform/childabusehistoryclearanceforms/index.htm

The FBI Federal Criminal History certification costs $25.75, please visit https://www.pa.cogentid.com/index_pdeNew.htm


Pollock School Pledge

I belong, I show respect, and I contribute.

I think deeply, I investigate, and I give solutions to important problems.

I work hard. I help others grow. I do what is right.

I am a global citizen.

I am a critical thinker.

I am an ethical leader.

I am a Pollock Panther.  Hear me roar!  Roar!


School Mission and Vision

Pollock School Mission 
The mission of Robert B. Pollock School is to prepare students to become global citizens, critical thinkers, and ethical leaders in a connected society.
Pollock School Vision 
Robert B. Pollock Elementary School is a community where students develop and expand the academic and social skills necessary to excel in a 21st century society.

We are Pollock Panthers! Hear us Roar!






Message from the Principal

Welcome to the Robert B. Pollock School website. The administration and dedicated staff at Pollock intend to guide our students into becoming productive citizens socially, emotionally and educationally. It is our responsibility to provide the educational climate necessary for all students to be successful.

General Info

The 2016-2017 School Year is scheduled from September 7, 2016 to June 20, 2017 for Grades 1-6.  Kindergarten students begin on September 14, 2016.  Kindergarten teachers will contact their students beginning on September 7, 2016.  Parents 


The School Day begins at 8:35 AM and ends at 3:14 PM. On early dismissal days the starting time will remain the same; however, dismissal time will be 12:14 PM.

Students will start being marked late after 8:35 AM and will be required to get a late pass.  

All students are expected to come to school every day on time. If a student is absent from school, a note signed by a parent must be brought to school the next day present indicating the dates and reason for absence. A doctor's note must be submitted to your advisor for extended periods of illness.


Pollock School's uniform consists of a navy blue, collared shirt and khaki pants, skirts, jumpers, or shorts (weather depending). On gym days, students may wear navy blue sweatpants or shorts and their uniform shirt.  



Dontae Wilson
Fax (215) 961-2597




Parent/Guardian E-mail Sign up

Parent and Guardian E-mail Sign Up

Monthly Newsletter

Monthly Calendar

Logging In To Google Classroom

Every student has a School District of Philadelphia Google Account. This account allows them to acccess their teachers' Google Classroom pages. On these pages you will find homework, announcements, and assignments. To log in, follow these directions:

  1. Go to Google.com

  2. Click on the blue “Sign In” button in the upper right hand corner.

  3. Enter your username and password.

  4. Click on the “waffle” in the upper right hand corner.

  5. Click on “Google Drive.”

  6. Click on the “waffle” once again.

  7. Scroll down to “more.”

  8. Click on “Google Classroom” icon.



Parent Handbook

Core Beliefs

Core Beliefs and Expectations
• Our main purpose is to improve student achievement
• Every child has the right to high-quality rigorous instruction
• Educators must have the skill and will necessary to provide a high-quality academic setting
• Parents, students, staff, and community partners must work together to provide for the physical, social, emotional, and educational needs of all members of our school community.


We believe strongly that the arts are critical to the development of life-long learners, and that an integrated teaching model supports the multiple intelligences of students.We are committed to creating a learning environment where the creative talents of students and teachers are continually nurtured and celebrated. We believe in collegiality among staff, goal setting for all students, and continuous analysis of our progress.                                                                                                        


We believe in the importance of technology in extending learning for all students.We believe in the value of including parents in our decision-making processes, and in encouraging parental support for student success.We believe in creating partnerships with community organizations to support students and parents.

Right to Know Log for Parents

School District Code of Conduct

School District Code of Conduct