We are in HYBRID PHASE YELLOW through October 9, 2020 with remote learning on Wednesdays.
Adam Hatfield 09-28-20
CENTRAL OFFICE will be closed TODAY! Water will be shut-off to fix a pipe issue.
Employees will work & be available remotely. 326-4300 ph# will still be in operation.
As always our main goal this year is to do as much as possible while keeping the safety of our students as the number one priority. That being said, our fall homecoming week will look a little different this year.
Unfortunately, due to health guidelines we will not be able to have the traditional homecoming parade/pep rally on Thursday night, or the traditional WHS homecoming dance after the football game. However, we are still planning some fun activities for our students. Here is a list of activities that we will be having for the week:
Principal Zack Hood at Wellington High School announced this school year's DUCHESS CANDIDATES Friday afternoon at WHS.
Congratulations to the following "5" young ladies:
L to R
Abby Tredway, Jessica Walker, Gabby Stout, Lauren Bales and Calli Hatfield
Spirit Week with daily themes will commence on Monday, Sep. 28th. Coronation is slated for Friday, Oct. 2nd. More details soon!!
USD 353 School District is up and running today - it was the student's first day back, at present, the district is running on a hybrid schedule which includes both in-class and on-line learning. Some are also "remote" learning.
Here are some first day pics, taken this morning at each of the district's learning facilities - Wellington High School, Kennedy Elementary, Wellington Middle School, Lincoln Elementary, Eisenhower Elementary and Washington Elementary. Lots of smiles - just can't see them quite as well! :)
We anticipate a lot of communication this school year between schools and schools and between schools and spectators. Local health conditions will vary, updates and revisions will be posted as they are received, on this page throughout the school year. (Both WHS & WMS)
Events will appear in "calendar date & time order". If we have received event information from the "event host", the "SPECTATOR EVENT INFO" link will be an active link, you can click for additional spectator info.
Jim McNiece, KSDE Board of Education Representative, attended last night’s USD 353 BOE meeting to present Washington Elementary with the Challenge Award.
The Challenge Award recognizes schools for outstanding achievements and uncommon accomplishments based on Kansas math and reading assessment results and other qualifying factors, specifically the sample size, ethnicity and social-emotional status of those taking the test.