Wellington High School Debate and Forensics is doing fundraising a little differently this year! We have partnered with Dillons Community Rewards. This means that if you follow the directions on the image below and enroll our organization, every purchase you make with your Dillon's Plus Card helps fund Debate and Forensics! There are no extra purchases necessary. Just swipe your Plus Card and Dillon's sends a percentage to us!
Thank you for supporting WHS Debate and Forensics!
Teachers Teaching Teachers!
Jerri Ann Fike, Amy Jenkins, and Cecily Jamison worked with elementary teachers and para's to assist with integrating new math curriculum strategies at Monday's In-Service.
Donations from area schools are pouring in to the local food bank this holiday season as they quite often do. Just during a 30 minute window this Monday morning, leadership students from Wellington Middle School and younger students from Eisenhower Elementary converged at the same time with truck and van loads of items for the food bank to distribute.
The second group of families of the KRR/LIFE Evening Family Program Graduated on Thursday, November 9th. The event celebrated the families commitment to strengthening their family bonds and literacy.
American Education Week—November 13-17, 2017—will present all Americans with a wonderful opportunity to celebrate public education and honor individuals who are making a difference in ensuring that every child receives a quality education.
2017's theme will be reflected in special observances each day of the 2017 weeklong celebration:
The monthly USD 353 BOE Meeting is scheduled for Monday evening beginning at 7:00PM @ the District Offices located at 221 S. Washington in downtown Wellington.
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BOE MEETING AGENDA 111317
Every Veterans Day for the past 15+ years, a marvelous Veterans Day program has been presented at WHS, originally at the old high school on "A" Street and now of course the high school on E. 16th since it's doors opened 14 years ago. The event is always popularly attended and enjoyed by students and adults alike.
These are photos from the KRR LIFE Program (Literacy Integrated Family Engagement) Halloween Party on Sunday night, October 29th.
Red Ribbon Week continued Friday after kicking off Monday with a variety of daily themes on slate for the week across the USD 353 School District. It was "PJ Day" at some of the schools and "Sweats Day" at others on Monday. On Tuesday the theme was "Costume Day" in conjunction with Halloween and there were awesome ones! Wednesday was an easy one - "Hat Day".