• Liberty Cheer Squad Wins State Championship

    The Liberty High School Varsity Cheer Squad captured first place in the Superlarge Division in the Missouri Cheerleading Coaches Association (MCCA) State Championship, held virtually this year in February.

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  • WSD Students Named National Merit Scholarship Program Finalists

    The WSD is proud to announce that Ethan Dunsworth from Holt High School, Maddison Foster and Abby Manner from Timberland High School, and Andrew Sante from Liberty High School have all been selected as Finalists in the 65th Annual National Merit Scholarship Program.

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  • WSD Students Excel at FBLA District Competition

    WSD Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) students competed at the District 8 Competition from mid-December through January and are moving onto the state competition. Students from Holt, Liberty and Timberland won multiple awards and 25 WSD students qualified to move on to the State competition, which will also be held virtually this year due to the pandemic, April 11-13.

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  • HHS Theatre Presents Frankenstein - The Radio Play

    The HHS Theatre Department will present Philip Grecian’s “Frankenstein - The Radio Play” on March 4 and 5 via a streamed video recording. Due to the pandemic, the performance has been recorded and will be accessible online for $3 to view each evening at 7:00 p.m.

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  • THS Theatre Presents Help Desk: A Stay-At-Home Play

    The Timberland High School Theatre Department will present Don Zolidis’ “Help Desk: A Stay-At-Home Play” on February 27 and 28. Due to the pandemic, the performance will be available by Video on Demand on February 27 and 28. Tickets are $5 and can be purchased online.

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  • WSD Assistant Principal Receives Military Award

    Marc Tiernan, an assistant principal at Boone Trail Elementary, has been named the 131st Bomb Wing Outstanding Airman of the Year in the Junior Enlisted category for his service in the Missouri Air National Guard. He received the award during unit training on January 30 at Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri.

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  • Timberland Musician Selected for Missouri All-State Orchestra

    Timberland High School freshman, Kaya McNurlen has been selected to the violin section of the Missouri All-State Orchestra. In January, over 230 string players across the state auditioned virtually for this honor and only 79 were selected. For her performance, McNurlen was appointed 12th violin out of 36 in the ensemble.

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  • Liberty High School Theatre Presents "The Trail to Oregon"

    The Liberty High School Theatre Department will present “The Trail to Oregon” on January 29 and 30 via a streamed video recording. The production is the first Liberty High School student-directed musical and will be performed by an all-school cast and crew. Due to the pandemic, the performance has been recorded and will be accessible online for $5 to view each evening at 7:00 p.m.

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  • Green Tree Art Teacher Named Missouri Elementary Art Educator of the Year

    Green Tree Elementary art teacher Pam Winter has been named the 2021 Elementary Art Educator of the Year by the Missouri Art Education Association (MAEA), an organization dedicated to keeping quality visual arts education in Missouri schools.

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  • WSD Hires New Chief Communications Officer

    The Wentzville School District Board of Education has approved the hiring of Derrick Docket as the new Chief Communications Officer, effective February 1. Mr. Docket has worked for the WSD since 2018 as the Director of Marketing and replaces Mary LaPak, who has been named the new Executive Director of Communication for the Rockwood School District.

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  • WSD Receives Clean "Unmodified" 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, 2020.

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  • Wentzville School District Selected to Implement Two Intervention Programs

    The Wentzville School District has been selected as one of three school districts in the State of Missouri that will participate in parenthood responsibility programs funded by two million-dollar grants awarded to the Missouri Department of Social Services.

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  • WSD Sets Kindergarten Screening Dates

    Dates have been set for the Wentzville School District’s kindergarten screening process. This event is for all children who will turn five BEFORE August 1, 2021. If your child has not been screened at the Parents as Teachers office or his/her preschool this year, appointments are required and can be made when you register online.

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  • WSD Students Earn AP Scholar Awards

    The Wentzville School District is pleased to announce that a total of 130 students have earned Advanced Placement (AP) Scholar Awards based on their outstanding performance on Advanced Placement exams this year. Six of those AP Scholars have received the highest distinction, the National AP Scholar Award.

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  • Timberland Students Elected as Presiding Officers after Youth and Government Conference

    The Wentzville School District is proud to announce that three Timberland High School students have been elected as Presiding Officers after their participation in the 72nd annual Youth and Government Conference.

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  • WSD Senior Selected as Nominee for John T. Belcher Scholarship

    Holt senior Ethan Dunsworth has been selected by the WSD Board of Education as the District nominee for the John T. Belcher Scholarship. The Missouri School Board Association (MSBA) and Future Builders established the statewide scholarship program in the memory of Mr. Belcher who was instrumental in developing innovative financing programs for Missouri school districts.

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  • WSD Announces Teachers of the Year

    During American Education Week, WSD schools announced their building Teacher of the Year, and at the December Board of Education Meeting, Constance Hallemeier was selected as the 2020-2021 Wentzville School District Teacher of the Year.

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  • WSD Students Participate in 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 7-11). "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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  • WSD Principal Named Exemplary New Principal

    Dr. Megan Sutton, Principal at Heritage Primary, has been named Exemplary New Principal by the St. Louis Suburban Elementary Principals Association. This is Sutton’s second year as a principal at Heritage. Previously, she served as an assistant principal in the WSD at Crossroads Elementary and taught kindergarten prior to that at Heritage for 10 years. Sutton was named Teacher of the Year at Heritage in 2015-2016.

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  • Two WSD Educators Named Finalists for Presidential Excellence in Teaching Award

    Wentzville School District teachers Amy Bielke and Rebekah Messick have both been selected as Finalists for the 2020 Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST).

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