• LHS Key Club Members Selected as Mo-Ark Key Club Board Members

    Three LHS students were selected as board members for the Mo-Ark Key Club for the 2019-20 school year. Freshman Mahathi Manikandan has been selected as the Mo-Ark District Treasurer, junior Aminhan Lobster has been selected as the Mo-Ark District Key Way Editor, and junior Katie May has been selected as the Mo-Ark Key Club Division 5 Lieutenant Governor.

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  • Two WSD Students Named Among Missouri Scholars 100

    Two Wentzville School District students were named among the Missouri Scholars 100 - Liberty High School senior Michael Coyne, and Timberland High School senior Nate Beattie. This statewide program honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in each year’s graduating class. Holt High School seniors Kaitlyn Weber and Palmer Soberg were named as honorable mentions.

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  • WSD Hires New Principal for Heritage Primary

    The Wentzville School District Board of Education has approved the hiring of Megan Sutton as principal of Heritage Primary for the 2019-2020 school year.

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  • Junior Achievement Brings “JA in a Day” to the Wentzville School District

    Financial literacy met career planning on March 14 in the Wentzville School District as Junior Achievement teamed up with Mastercard to offer the “JA in a Day” program. “JA in a Day” helps to facilitate a partnership between companies and local schools to educate and inspire students about what it takes to succeed in the workplace.

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  • Timberland Junior Earns State Award for Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship

    Timberland High School junior Olivia Riek has received the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) 2019 Missouri Award for Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship, which is reserved for those who demonstrate high academic achievement, extracurricular leadership and community service. She will be honored at a special awards luncheon on April 3, 2019, in Jefferson City, Missouri, where she’ll receive a plaque and recognition from the Missouri State Board of Education and Missouri Bar.

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  • WSD Holds Fifth Annual District STEM Olympics

    The Wentzville School District hosted its fifth annual District STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Olympics at Liberty High School on March 5 and March 12. What began as classroom STEM challenges culminated in the finalists performing small group design challenges that put their skills to the test. Winners at the WSD district event will move on to the county competition on April 3, including students from five districts - St. Charles, Francis Howell, Fort Zumwalt, Orchard Farm, and Wentzville.

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  • Holt DECA Hosts 20th Annual Spring Fling

    The Holt High School DECA Chapter will be hosting the 20th annual Spring Fling on April 13 at their school from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. This year’s theme is outer space, and the event will include games, activities and the traditional egg hunts. Thanks to donations from the community, there will also be themed raffle baskets and guest appearances by the Easter Bunny, McGruff the Crime Dog, and members of the Wentzville Fire Department.

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  • Timberland Student Council Named State President

    The Timberland High School Student Council has been elected President of the Missouri Association of Student Councils (MASC) for the 2019-2020 school year, the highest honor a council can receive in the state. MASC’s mission is to develop positive student leaders and advisors who will promote a quality school and community environment. This is the first time in school history that STUCO has secured the top office in the state.

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  • Musicians Qualify for MSHSAA State Music Festival

    Congratulations to our high school musicians and singers who qualified for the MSHSAA State Music Festival by receiving an Exemplary (Honor I) rating on their solos and ensembles at the MSHSAA District Music Festival held at Fort Zumwalt East High School on Saturday, March 8. These musicians will advance to perform at the State Festival at the University of Missouri – Columbia on Friday, April 26, 2019.

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  • Ten WSD Lewis and Clark Students Qualify for SkillsUSA State Competition

    Ten WSD students will soon compete at the SkillsUSA Missouri State Leadership and Skills Conference in Linn, MO, from April 4 - 6. To qualify for state, students competed in a variety of technical, hands-on, written, and oral competitions that related directly to their program of study at Lewis & Clark. Two WSD students, Kyle Schill (Liberty High) and Joseph Weinhardt (Timberland), earned gold medals in the district-level competitions.

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  • Wentzville Students Excel at Regional Science and Engineering Fair

    Students in kindergarten through 12th grade from the Wentzville School District competed in Missouri’s Tri-County Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at Francis Howell North High School on Saturday, March 2. This year there were 263 individual entries, 61 partner projects, and five classroom projects that qualified for the regional fair. At the end of the day, 18 individual projects, 11 partner projects, and three classroom projects from the WSD received awards, including 23 first and second place awards.

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  • Five WSD Students Earn Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarships by Celebrating His Mission and Message

    The annual Martin Luther King Jr. Unity event took place at Holt High School once again, a program to celebrate the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As part of the celebration, the WSD offers a scholarship competition and awards a minimum $500 scholarship in each of the following areas: Essay Writing Contest, Artistic Expression, and Community and School Leadership. Five high school seniors earned the scholarship by assessing the progress we have made as a society in regard to civil rights, and expressing their thoughts through writing and art.

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  • Four WSD Students First to Represent Missouri at Amazing Shake™ National Competition

    Four students from Stone Creek and Peine Ridge Elementary schools participated in the Amazing Shake™ National Competition held at the Ron Clark Academy in Atlanta.

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  • WSD Students Excel at Missouri Regional Science and Humanities Symposium

    Students from Holt, Liberty, and Timberland high schools took part in the Missouri Regional Junior Science and Humanities Symposium (JSHS) held at Missouri University of Science and Technology February 25-26. High School students from across the state participated in the symposium and presented papers that were judged by scientists on the quality and originality of research.

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  • WSD High School Students Excel at Regional Science & Engineering Fair

    Students from the Wentzville School District competed in the High School Honors Division of Missouri’s Tri-County Regional Science and Engineering Fair held at Holt High School on Saturday, February 23.

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