CAREER DAY @ WHS ENHANCES OCCUPATIONAL KNOWLEDGE

WHS CAREER DAY
Numerous presenters spent time with local students at WHS this past week, introducing them to careers they may or may not have been aware of. The use of technology, the talents and skills necessary for different occupations, even how hobbies and other skills can contribute career-wise, etc. were points of discussion and more!

Enhanced Seat-Belt Enforcement Through March 3rd!

Beginning February 20th thru March 3rd, the Wellington Police Department will join other Kansas Law Enforcement to stop what has been an epidemic for the past several years. In 2014, 34 teens lost their lives due to car crashes in Kansas; 63% of those teens were NOT PROPERLY RESTRAINED.

7TH GRADERS HAVING A "SEW-SEW" SCHOOL YEAR! :)

WMS SEWING CLASS
WMS 7th grade students in Mrs. Hillhouse's Basic Sewing class have finished their first sewing project - 9 Patch Pillows! Students learn how to use the sewing machine and then use newly learned skills to create their own pillows! From left to right are: Alexis Hearlson, Crosby Fairbanks, and Nikki Peninger.

THERE WAS A "POETRY SLAM" FRIDAY DOWNTOWN!

Lincoln Poetry SlamAubrey Yager's and Kaitlin Buck's 5th grade classes from Lincoln Elementary entertained the patrons at #7 Coffee House in downtown Wellington, MORE PICS with a POETRY SLAM.

Parents Requested To Fill Out Grant Survey

USD 353 Parents, We are applying for a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant  from the Kansas Department of Education. Below are links to surveys for each of our elementary schools and our middle school. Your responses to this survey will help us understand student and family needs and how an after school and summer program can help address those needs. Please take a few moments and complete the form for any building in which you have a student. Thank you for your time. 

Eisenhower Elementary:

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