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!

February 2020

Kennedy Students "Read To Rescues" @ Humane Society Tuesday!

The Kennedy students had an amazing experience on Tuesday this week, Reading to Rescues, at our local Wellington Humane Society!

It was an incredible experience for the students, to have the opportunity to read aloud to animals, as well as to learn positive character traits such as compassion and empathy. This was also a wonderful experience for the adorable rescue animals (dogs and cats) who are housed at the Wellington Humane Society. They were fascinated with our students, and really enjoyed being read aloud to.

WHS FFA Visits State Legislature on President's Day!

Wellington FFA Officers attended the KACTE Day On The Hill in Topeka Monday and met with several legislators. Bill Rhiley and Larry Alley came and spoke with students about their experience in Agriculture! (Courtesy Pic - WHS FFA)

L to R: Mat Pryce, Luke McComb, John Hart, Taima Graves, Kenny Farley, Mr. Rhiley, Kaitlyn Hain, Kyleigh Gould, and Baylee Newberry.

WHS Drama Presents "ONE ACT PLAYS"!

The CRUSADERS OF THE STAGE at WHS presented a variety of funny and entertaining "one act plays", written and directed by the students themselves, over this weekend. Numerous patrons were on hand for their opening on Friday, be sure to check out the pics below!! The curtain goes up again tonight @ 7PM - Admission is $5 for Adults and $3 for students, children 5 and under get in free.