Enroll Online

                                USD 353 is excited to announce our new online enrollment!  Please log into your Infinite Campus parent portal and click
                                on the 2018-2019 enrollment tab located on the bottom left-hand side of the age. On August 7th, stop by the High School
                                and pick up a Kansas Star Visa Card
for each enrolled student and you’ll be good to go! This will eliminate waiting in lines
                                                                                                           and will allow you to enroll at your convenience.

                                                              Kindergarten Parents

                                   Please bring copies of birth certificate, immunization records and proof of address to the High School on August 7th.                                                                                               

Latest

"Flat Stanley Adventures" - Kennedy Elementary Style!

Mrs. Jennifer Wilmoth's 4th Grade Class at Kennedy Elementary has been part of a "Flat Stanley Adventure" recently, an adventure that began as a Flat Stanley project for the young Cardinals at Kennedy. But first, for those of you who may not be acquainted with "Flat Stanley", read this background info and then I'll share an exciting development with one of Kennedy's students and the adventure she created for her Flat Stanley.

Service Day 2018

WHS Students fanned out across our fine community Wednesday, volunteering their services in a variety of ways at a variety of places. Freshmen stayed at the high school and worked hard, a good part of the morning, with Spring Cleaning chores and more.

"The Orphan Train" Superb Production! (Video Posted)

The "Crusaders of the Stage" will be presenting "THE ORPHAN TRAIN", a drama written by Aurand Harris, beginning Thursday, (April 12th, 13th & 14th) at WHS - the curtain goes up at 7PM all three nights. The play, based on the true stories from 8 orphans, back in 1914, who were scooped up in New York City and sent to the Midwest on THE ORPHAN TRAIN in search of homes. A common practice during that time.

"Reality U" Pays A Visit To The WHS Class of 2020!

"Reality U" is about teaching teens how their performance in school today can affect their future. It provides students with the opportunity to learn and practice personal finance skills. It can mobilize the community to become involved stakeholders in education, particularly financial literacy education in their local schools. Through their 1 1/2 hour adventure, called "Reality U", the student uses rational decision-making and planning to set and implement financial goals.