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The Junior High has GREAT SPIRIT! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, October 04 2010 11:02

School spirit was rampant at WJHS during Homecoming Week!  Each day during Spirit week teachers nominated students who had the best costumes.  Student Council held a drawing and awarded prizes donated by local businesses.  Photos show the winners from Decade Day and Twin Day.


 


Decade
Day picture (L to R): Dalton, Stephanie, Graycen, Jerrad, Demi, Aubrey.

 

Twin Day picture top row (L to R): Cody, Joseph, Chayse, Demi, Demi, Sarah;

Bottom row (L to R): Mackenzie, Theresa, Leah, Lexi.

Way to go WJHS!!  Show that Demon spirit!

 
Homecoming Parades are for everyone! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, October 04 2010 09:43


The staff at Stewart Elementary enjoyed the Homecoming parade from the best seats in the house! Kate Glinsmann, Lisa Hixson, Debbie Jewell and Linda Soukup lucked out with great seats.  The weather was perfect, the parade was fantastic and they even got a few pieces of candy!

 
Demon Drawstring Bags for Sale PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, September 30 2010 10:39


 

WJHS Student Council is selling Demon Drawstring Bags.  Bags are $10 each.  Email Mrs. Meyer at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to order today!  Orders can be picked up at the Jr. High or can be delivered to any school in the district. 

 
Outstanding Students PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, September 30 2010 09:46



Lincoln Elementary is proud to celebrate Fabulous Feats the last Friday of each month. Each teacher selects 3- 4 students that have earned an award for an achievement. Parents are secretly invited to eat lunch and watch their child receive their award. Congratulations to the students who received September awards. Keep up the great work!

 
Congratulations Principals! PDF Print E-mail
Monday, September 27 2010 10:29

 

Mrs. Rhoda Harris (Principal, Stewart Elementary) and  Mr. Curt Mayer (Principal, Junior High)  have been selected in the first training ever to be Nationally Certified Administrators.  They are in a group of 50 in Iowa to be involved in this training. In order to be selected as a member of the first class of principals to participate in National Board Certification for Principals, principals applied for the class and had to meet three requirements of participation-degree, experience and licensure. After receiving applications for the class, a balanced sample of practicing principals encompassing a range of various characteristics, were selected.

National Board Certification for Principals is the first national certification program for accomplished school-based administrators. This certification defines and validates the requirements that identify accomplished, effective, and results-oriented principals while supporting excellence, motivation, and prestige within the profession.
The Principal Certification process is both interactive and systems-based to ensure that relevant site-based evidence is captured and that it is being demonstrated by the principal through everyday practical application.

 
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