• State of the District

    The State of the District is an overview of the latest highlights in the WSD. It includes staff and student accomplishments, construction updates and a glimpse of what the future holds for the Wentzville School District.

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  • WSD Seeks Public Input on Redistricting

    The WSD has invited stakeholders to provide feedback on draft redistricting scenarios for elementary, middle and high school boundaries to accommodate two new schools and continued enrollment growth. A committee made up of parents, staff, and community members has been meeting publicly since May with Dan Schmidt from MGT Consulting Group to develop the draft scenarios.

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  • WSD Seeks Community Input to Help Shape New 5-year Plan

    The WSD held three community engagement meetings from November through February seeking input from stakeholders to help shape the District’s next five-year Comprehensive School Improvement Plan (CSIP). The feedback received from those meetings, as well as the feedback received through the CSIP survey, will be used to develop the next plan to set positive goals, define priorities and determine standards for the students and schools in the WSD.

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  • WSD Quality 2018

    Learn about the great things happening in the fastest growing school district in the State of Missouri! The WSD has 16,400 students in grades K-12 who attend one of 18 schools. The District is always seeking ways to increase rigor, relevance and student performance.

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  • WSD Twitter and Instagram Accounts

    The WSD values the use of social media as a tool to keep parents and students informed. Click here for a list of all District-approved employee accounts.

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  • Inclement Weather Policy

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  • Late Start K-6 Supervision

    Late Start supervision is available for all K-6 students for a fee of $10 per student, per late start date.

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  • 2018-2019 Honor Roll Lists

    The WSD recognizes students for their academic achievement at the end of each quarter of the school year. In order to be placed on the Honor Roll, students must earn a B or 3.0 grade point average. At the high school level, a student must also carry a minimum of four classes and earn no grade lower than a C. The WSD is very proud of our students and their accomplishments!

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  • 2017 Demographic Study

    The District utilizes independent professionals to conduct demographic studies to assist in our strategic plan for growth. The last study was conducted by Business Information Services, LLC. and published in February, 2017.

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  • Talking to kids about tragic events or civil unrest

    The WSD works to be proactive as it relates to the physical safety and security of its students. Their emotional security is also a priority. The following might be helpful for you as parents/caregivers when talking with your children about tragic events or civil unrest. Even when children are not directly impacted by what is happening in the world, they may be unable to avoid exposure to the local and national conversation. Parents are left with many questions about what and how much to tell children and how to help them cope with the stress.

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  • Vaccination Requirements

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  • WSD Mission, Vision, Values

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  • CSIP Snapshot

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  • WSD K-6 Plan for Growth

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  • Emerson Excellence in Teaching Award Winners

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