• Laura Paul from Peine Ridge Elementary Named 2019 District Support Staff Employee of the Year

    Laura Paul, a paraprofessional at Peine Ridge Elementary School, has been selected as the 2019 District Support Staff Employee of the Year! The surprise announcement was made at the annual District Awards Banquet at Timberland High School on Wednesday, May 8.

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  • New Administrators for the 2019-2020 School Year

    The WSD welcomes our new administrators for the 2019-2020 school year.

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  • WSD Hires New Principal for Duello Elementary

    The Wentzville School District Board of Education has approved the hiring of Danielle Todd as principal of Duello Elementary for the 2019-2020 school year. Mrs. Todd, who had been serving as an assistant principal at Duello Elementary for the past three years, will replace Laura Parn who has been hired as the new Executive Director of Student Services for the District.

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  • WSD Students Win Scholarships for Hydrant Art

    The Water Division of the Wentzville Public Works Department has awarded $3,000 worth of scholarships to three WSD artists. Stephanie Tauser, a senior at Holt High School, Courtney Harmon, a senior at Liberty High School, and Savannah Hayton, a senior at Timberland High School, who each received a scholarship worth $1,000 for their artistic fire hydrants.

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  • DRE Student Qualifies for mathleague.org National Championship for Third Straight Year

    Rafay Cheema, a sixth grade student at Discovery Ridge Elementary, recently qualified for the 2019 mathleague.org Elementary National Championship. This will be Rafay’s third consecutive year qualifying for nationals.

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  • Holt Senior Selected as Big Red Top 25 Player

    Holt High School senior Cole Mueller has been selected as a Big Red Top 25 player in the St. Louis Metro Area by the St. Louis/Tom Lombardo Chapter of the National Football Foundation (NFF) for the second consecutive year, and was recognized at their 27th Annual Awards Banquet on May 5, 2019.

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  • WSD Graduating Seniors Awarded Community Scholarships

    The Wentzville School District Class of 2019 has been awarded over $155,000 worth of local scholarships during Senior Honors Convocation events. These deserving students from Holt, Liberty, and Timberland high schools will be receiving their diplomas on June 2, 2019 before they continue on with their post-secondary education. Individual amounts of these awards range from $250 to $4,000.

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  • WSD Foundation Awards over $14,000 in Grants to Teachers

    Board Members from the Wentzville School District Foundation delivered 15 checks totaling $9,500 to deserving teachers at 14 different buildings on May 3. In addition, the Foundation awarded six teachers with STEM Grants totaling $5,000 thanks to a Community Grant the Foundation received last year from GM to fund STEM initiatives in WSD schools.

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  • WSD Musicians Excel at State Solo and Ensemble Festival

    Holt, Liberty, and Timberland’s top musicians competed at the MSHSAA State Solo and Ensemble Festival in Columbia April 25-27. WSD musicians, singers, and ensembles earned 40 gold, 63 silver, and 15 bronze ratings.

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  • WMS Teacher Earns Gifted Support Network Grant

    Adam Estes of Wentzville Middle School (WMS) has received a $500 Karen Battle Memorial Grant from the Gifted Support Network (GSN) of St. Charles County. Estes, WMS Horizons teacher, applied for the grant to help support service learning projects for his students.

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  • WSD Art Teacher Named MAEA President

    Wentzville School District Lead Art Teacher Hester Menier has been named President of the Missouri Art Education Association (MAEA), an organization dedicated to keeping quality visual arts education in Missouri schools. Menier has taught art in the WSD for 20 years and currently teaches at Stone Creek Elementary.

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  • WSD Students Selected for Missouri Scholars Academy

    Seven high school sophomores from the Wentzville School District have been selected to participate in the Missouri Scholars Academy (MSA), a three-week residential program to be held June 9-29 on the campus of the University of Missouri - Columbia. Heath Bana, LaNita Devine, and Ethan Dunsworth from Holt; Olivia Guffey from Liberty; and Huy Nguyen, Cassandra Lueck, and Michael Mischkot from Timberland are among 330 high school sophomores from across Missouri selected for the program.

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  • THS Student Wins MUSIC Scholarship

    Timberland senior Nathaniel Beattie has been named a recipient of the 2019 Holley Scholarship from the Missouri United School Insurance Council (MUSIC). Beattie is one of six recipients chosen from over 250 applicants for the $2,000 scholarship, which is open to students in all 475 MUSIC member districts.

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  • WSD Students Selected for Girls State

    Eighteen high school juniors from the WSD have been selected to attend the American Legion Auxiliary Girls State of Missouri. The American Legion Auxiliary Girls State program, founded in 1940 at William Woods College in Fulton, Missouri, changes lives by bringing together dynamic young women for an intense week developing leadership skills, patriotism and a sense of community.

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  • WSD Students Selected for Boys State

    Eighteen high school juniors from the WSD have been selected to attend the American Legion Boys State of Missouri. The American Legion Boys State of Missouri is an eight-day, hands-on experience in the operation and fundamentals of government, and draws together the best and brightest high school juniors to help lead them down the path in individual success and leadership.

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