• WSD to Host 14th Annual MLK Celebration

    The WSD is proud to be hosting the 14th annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration on January 18, 2019. The event is free and open to the public and will be held at Holt High School in Wentzville at 7:00 p.m. on Friday, January 18.

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  • WSD Band Instructor Named 2019 Outstanding Young Educator

    Jacob England, Band Teacher at Wentzville Middle School and Holt High School, has been chosen as the recipient of the Missouri Music Educators Association (MMEA) 2019 Outstanding Young Educator Award.

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  • WSD Receives Clean Financial Audit

    The Wentzville School District received a clean audit of its financial records, accounting practices and compliance with state and federal requirements during the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2018. The audit, which was conducted by the Daniel Jones & Associates accounting firm and approved by the WSD Board of Education, reported no findings or questioned costs.

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  • Wentzville School District Selects Kaci Lueking as WSD Teacher of the Year

    Kaci Lueking, a first grade teacher at Wabash Elementary School, has been selected as the WSD Teacher of the Year for 2018-2019. This year’s winner is presented by WSD marketing partner Central Methodist University. Candidates are judged on their ability to inspire and educate students of all backgrounds and abilities, as well as their ability to lead and inspire their colleagues.

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  • Duello's Laura Parn Named Exemplary New Principal

    Laura Parn, Principal at Duello Elementary, has been named Exemplary New Principal by the St. Louis Suburban Elementary Principals Association. This is Parn’s second year as a principal at Duello. Previously, she served as an assistant principal in the WSD at Boone Trail Elementary and Green Tree Elementary and taught prior to that at Peine Ridge Elementary.

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  • Wentzville Musicians Selected for State Honor

    Drew Schulz, a senior at Timberland High School, has been selected as third in the state on French horn in the Missouri All-State Band, and Timberland sophomore Ben Turley was selected as the only bass clarinet in the Missouri All-State Orchestra. On Dec. 1, over 1350 students from across Missouri met at Hickman High School in Columbia, MO, to audition for the honor of participating in the top honor bands in the state. Only 108 students are accepted into the All-State Band and 104 students are accepted into the All-State Orchestra.

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  • Timberland Senior Selected for National High School/Collegiate Honor Choir and Missouri All-State Honor Choir

    Timberland High School senior Ashton Rogers has been selected as a tenor for two prestigious ensembles – the National High School/Collegiate Honor Choir and the Missouri Choral Directors Association (MCDA) All-State Honor Choir. Rogers was selected for the elite choirs based on recorded auditions. He will perform with the American Choral Directors Association (ACDA) National Honor Choir at the ACDA National Conference on March 2, 2019, at the Kaufmann Center in Kansas City, Missouri. The MCDA All-State Honor Choir will meet, rehearse, and perform at the Missouri Music Educators Association (MMEA) Conference on January 26, 2019, at Tan-Tar-A Resort, in Osage Beach, Missouri.

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  • WSD Tech Coach Earns International Certification

    The Wentzville School District is proud to announce that Michael McCann, Technology Coach for the WSD, has achieved the distinction of becoming an ISTE Certified Educator. This recognition from the International Society for Technology in Education is awarded to educators who have successfully demonstrated competency in the ISTE Standards for Educators and recognizes those who demonstrate the effective use of technology for learning in meaningful and transformative ways.

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  • Holt Student Receives Excellent Rating at National Writing Competition

    Holt senior Paige Pieper has earned an exceptional distinction at the semiannual National High School Journalism Convention, co-sponsored by the Journalism Education Association (JEA) and the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA). She received an “Excellent” rating in the Editorial Writing category of the highly competitive JEA Write-off competition.

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  • Wentzville School District Students Celebrate Computer Science Week and Hour of Code

    Students across the Wentzville School District joined millions of other K-12 students learning computer code as part of Computer Science Education Week (December 3-9). "Hour of Code" is a global campaign designed to get students interested in computer science – the skill that programs our modern world.

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  • Kindergarten Registration Dates Set for 2019-20 School Year

    Dates have been set for the Wentzville School District’s kindergarten registration/screening process. This event is for all children who will turn five BEFORE August 1, 2019.

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  • WSD Schools Make Teacher of the Year Announcements

    District schools each announced their Teacher of the Year recipient for 2018-19 in conjunction with American Education Week November 12-16. Candidates are judged on the respect and admiration of students, parents, and colleagues. Selection is also based on their ability to inspire and educate students of all backgrounds and abilities.

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  • Wentzville Firefighters Provide Coats for Kids

    For the sixth consecutive year, the Wentzville Fire Protection District provided hundreds of new coats to students across the WSD. Since 2013, Wentzville firefighters have supplied our students with over 2,500 new winter coats.

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  • Holt Swimmer Wins State Title

    Holt senior Noah Scheuermann won the Missouri Class 2 State Swimming Championship in the 200 yard freestyle event on November 9th at the St. Peters Rec-Plex and also took second place in the 100 yard butterfly. This is Noah’s first state championship, but he is a five-time medalist over the last three years. Liberty senior Ian Herling won his second state medal at the Missouri Class 1 Swimming Championship the following day by taking fifth place in the 50 freestyle event.

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  • WSD Seeks Community Input to Help Shape Five-Year Plan

    The WSD is seeking input from all stakeholders to help shape the District’s next five-year Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP). The District has scheduled three community engagement meetings called Guiding Principles for our Schools (GPS), to help inform stakeholders and provide a platform for feedback to set positive goals, define priorities and determine standards for the students and schools in the WSD.

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