ONLINE ENROLLMENT IS STILL OPEN!
If you have not enrolled your student for 19-20 school year, Online Enrollment is still available.
For instructions, click the Online Enrollment Directions link on this page. If you need further
assistance please go to the office of the school your student will be attending.
At WHS ORIENTATION on Tuesday - SOPHS, JUNIORS & SENIORS Must Bring Your Student ID's - thanks!
IMPORTANT UPCOMING DATES
AUG. 19th - Open House @ All Schools 4PM - 6PM
AUG. 20th - First Day of School*
*WHS ORIENTATION: On Aug. 20th / Jrs. & Srs. 8AM-11AM ** Freshmen / Sophs. NOON - 3PM
No Lunch Served / Busses Will Run
*WMS ORIENTATION: On Aug. 20th, only 6th Grade will report (all day) at WMS
7th & 8th Grades will report for their first day on Aug. 21st
AUG. 30th - No School
The BANK OF COMMERCE Wellington Crusader APP is ready for launch!
Recently, the Kansas Reading Roadmap (KRR) released a study of 9,000 children across 58 schools in Kansas that shows the impact that afterschool can have on early reading. Through a partnership with the Kansas Multi-Tiered System of Supports and Alignment (MTSS), the statistical analysis of individual student data found a strong correlation between afterschool intervention and grade-level reading based on school tests. For every day a child attended afterschool, his or her chances of reading at benchmark increased by 1.7%.
The 46th annual Shrine Bowl took place Saturday evening in Dodge City. Wellington's DeAndre Washington was a member of the "WEST" squad, the 1st Wellington Crusader to be selected for the Shrine Bowl since Tim Lira in 2003.DeAndre and his teammates had to be all smiles at the end of 4, pulling out a 26-7 victory over the East squad, in front of a large crowd at Dodge's Memorial Stadium. Congratulations to DeAndre - it sounds like the overall experience for all the participants will be in their memories for a lifetime!
This is a follow up to a story the KWHS News Team did earlier this year at WMS. (Original KWHS Video) Wanted you to see the final products - pretty awesome stuff! The pics are the finished product and also pics from back during the process.
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
5 YEARS OF SERVICE
Mrs. Sanders English 11 Class at WHS completed their ending project for "OCTOBER SKY", launching rockets they had built as part of a project similar to the true story of Homer Hickam, Jr. and his friend, known as The Rocket Boys, building rockets to reach their goal of one day working for NASA.
Don't have to tell most of you who this great couple pictured is! Coach Wallace and his wife Brenda were at WHS Wednesday. While there, Coach was presented a plaque commemorating his 50+ years of coaching in the Wellington School District. 50+ YEARS! Amazing gentleman, coach, husband, father, and loved by all!
WHS Class Night is a time to pay tribute and honor the many achievements of the present graduating class at Wellington High School. The list of achievements is long for this group of graduates, a class that has excelled in areas all up and down the spectrum - a classy bunch!