The awards recognize well-rounded outstanding CTE students.
Joint Statements Regarding 2018-19 Negotiations between Wichita Public Schools and United Teachers of Wichita
Updates from the Interest Based Bargaining team, comprised of representatives from the Wichita Public Schools and United Teachers of Wichita (UTW).
Superintendent Dr. Alicia Thompson presented the new WPS Strategic Plan – Every Student Future Ready, Empowered to Dream Believe and Achieve during the April 9 Board of Education meeting. The plan will guide the district’s work through 2023 and consists of 5 elements: Shared Beliefs, Vision, Mission, Long-Term Goals and Strategic Themes.
Janet Sutter, a Business and Technology teacher, is the recipient of the 2018 Excellence in Public Service Award.
WPS announces some principal and administration changes for the 2018-19 school year.
New program provides support as students achieve their teaching degree.
Today is Friday, April 20, 2018!
Your choices for lunch are Spicy Chicken Sandwich or Pork Rib Sandwich. Have your ID & selection ready. Any students without an ID will need to wait until the last 10 minutes.
Help Wanted! There is a workforce shortage of skilled workers in the field of aviation manufacturing. WSU Tech, formerly WATC, is offering half-day blocks in aviation sheet metal and aviation composites. If you are interested in taking these courses during the 2018-19 school year, see your counselor today! These are free tuition, college credit hours in a career area needing workers. Don’t miss out!
This month is Autism Awareness. We are having an Autism Awareness fundraiser.
We will be selling delicious cupcakes and amazing brownies for $1.00 each. We will also have 2 different color bracelets for sale for $2.00. Come see us in front of Pupil Services during both lunches. Thank you and don’t forget to stop by!
From Coach Hill to all Boys Basketball players; don’t forget to send in your camp and league registrations for summer basketball ASAP! If you have lost the forms or never got them, you can pick up new forms in Pupil Services.
Congratulations sophomores for being the COTY class champions! Don't forget to turn in your field trip form to Monica or Jess in pupil services by next Monday! Don’t miss this fun day at All Star Sports!
Do you like street tacos, chips, salsa, desserts, or live music?!!! If you said yes, then come out Thursday, Apr. 26th to support the Northwest Orchestras in their Taco Dinner. The dinner will be catered by Chino’s Taco Truck and costs $10, plus gets you in to hear their concert at 7 pm. Find an orchestra student today to buy a ticket from!
April’s Lunch and Learn will be held on Tuesday, April 24th during 1st lunch. We will have guests Chris “Playmaker” Stimpson from Hot One-O-Three in Kansas City and Rolls Royce from Power 93.9 to speak with students interested in breaking into the radio industry! See Ms. Paschal for a pass today!
Attention Sophomores and Juniors:
Do you have what it takes to be a Grizzly Growler? If you are interested in reading the daily announcements, please see Mr. Henning or Mrs. Venters in Pupil Services. Applicants need to be able to read fluently and accurately with a little style and pizzazz. Again, see Mr. Henning or Mrs. Venters in Pupil Services this week if you are interested.
May the 4th be with you. We are needing volunteers to help out with Kansas Kids Fitness Day Friday May 4th. You can receive community service hours for helping. You will be working with area 3rd graders on fun fitness activities for the day. If you are interested please see Ms. Zenner or Copeland for a permission slip. It is on a first come basis. So come have some fun and help us out.
Learning Center will be open for all Learning Center students to come in and work tomorrow from 8 to 1. If you have questions, see Mrs. Harrell.
Our soccer team will play at Trinity Academy today. JV kicks off at 5:15 followed by the Varsity at 7:00.
Your attendance is greatly appreciated!