The 2020-21 school year had its challenges, but thanks to our staff and students, we have many reasons to celebrate.
At the May 24 special BOE meeting, the Board heard a budget update from the district's chief financial officer, Susan Willis.
Second and third graders at three WPS elementary schools received new books thanks to United Way of the Plains, United Way Women United® and the Coaching for Literacy Fight for Literacy campaign in partnership with Wichita State University.
Free meals will be provided at 30 locations throughout Wichita.
Sixteen WPS staff members have been chosen to participate in the program.
The district celebrated retirees and and other long-serving district personnel at a special gathering at Botanica on May 12.
In recognition of Teacher Appreciation Week, we asked WPS elementary, middle and high school students to share their thoughts on why they appreciate their teachers.
At the May 3 BOE meeting, the Board of Education heard a presentation on the district's AVID program.
Administrative offices closed due to summer hours
7:00 AM - 5:30 PM
3:30 PM - 6:30 PM
WPS Covid-19 Vaccination Clinic (Dose 2)