We are in Hybrid Phase Yellow through November 24th - Superintendent Adam Hatfield's LATEST STATEMENT 
                                    THIS WEEK @ WHS: (Nov. 16-20) will be a normal hybrid week WITH remote learning on Wednesday (Nov. 18)
                                                                            MON 1-4 * TUE 5-8 * WED 1-8 Remote Learning * THU 1-4 * FRI 5-8            

                                                                                            WMS FUNDRAISER Has Commenced - Click Here

                                          USD 353 BOE Planning Session. Monday, Nov. 23rd at 7pm at the WHS Commons.  Open to the Public.

                         PROJECT PROM Needs Parent 
                             Volunteers - CLICK HERE

New Website USD 353
         A NEW USD 353 WEBSITE Will Launch Today @ 4PM CST! Click Here for SITE-MAP!

May 2019

District Celebration 2019!

After "welcoming" remarks from Superintendent Mark Whitener and remarks by WNEA president Jerri Fike, at Tuesday afternoon's District Celebration 2019, the KU 25 yr teaching certificates and longevity awards for all staff were shared.

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS 25 Year Teaching Certificate (presented by Adam Hatfield)

Amy Groom / Rosemary Klish


Large Crowd Enjoys WMS/WHS Band Concert!

The Knight and Crusader Concert Bands performed Tuesday evening at WHS, before a large crowd on parents and friends. Both bands, under the direction of Mr. David Brody, performed a variety of numbers.

6th Grade Knights
La Bamba and Those Terrific Trumpets

7th/8th Grade Knights
New South Wales Marh and Nocturnal Dances

Le Sabre Concert March
Music of the Night 
West Side Story
Bonds of Unity



Gina Schnelle, Daphne Adams, and Sheila Buck honored as
Outstanding Early Literacy Teachers

As part of National Teacher Appreciation Week May 6-10, USD 353 Wellington has announced, that Gina Schnelle (Washington), Daphne Adams (Kennedy), and Sheila Buck (Lincoln) are recognized as Kansas Reading Roadmap (KRR) Outstanding Early Literacy Teachers for working to promote reading skills!

WHS Service Day - Giving Back to the Community!

It was the annual SERVICE DAY today at WHS - all of the students either worked around the school or at various locations throughout the city - cleaning, organizing, sorting, painting, etc. etc...

Locations were all around, including Memorial Auditorium, Woods Park, Hibbs-Hooten Stadium, Wellington Health & Rehab, Thrift Shop, Golf Course, Arrowhead Animal Clinic, Sumner Community Hospital, Wheat Capital Manor and other locations as well.

Mother Nature Moves D.A.R.E. Camp Inside Tuesday!

The annual 5th Grade D.A.R.E. Camp, usually held in and around Melody Bowl in Wellington, was moved to the Event Center at the Kansas Star Casino, where the kids could enjoy the camp in a safe and dry surrounding. The Event Center is quite large and accommodated the day's program quite well! Students from all Sumner County schools were on hand for the day's events which included hot dogs and hamburgers for all!