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WPS News

  • BOE video: Second quarter pivot point

    At the Oct. 20 special BOE meeting, the Board voted for a blended onsite/MySchool Remote model for middle and high schools for the second 9-week quarter beginning Nov. 9.

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  • BOE video: Budget Update

    At the Oct. 20 special Board of Education meeting, the Board received an update on the 20-21 budget from Susan Willis, the district’s chief financial officer.

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  • BOE approves middle and high school learning plan for second nine weeks

    The Wichita Board of Education approved a change in the learning model for the second nine weeks for middle and high school students utilizing a Blended Onsite/MySchool Remote model for students who selected onsite learning at enrollment. There are no changes to the elementary learning options for the second nine-weeks.

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  • Video: WPS Legacy Fund Golf Classic

    On Oct. 9, the district held the inaugural Legacy Fund Golf Classic at Crestview Country Club, presented by Credit Union of America. The event raised more than $85,000 for the WPS Legacy Fund, supporting the Early College Academy at Northwest High School, a partnership with Friends University.

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  • WPS Athletics to allow limited spectators at sporting events

    Following a vote at the Oct. 5 Board of Education meeting, the WPS Athletic Department will begin allowing limited spectators at sporting events held at district venues.

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  • BOE video: Oct. 5 Superintendent's Report

    During the Superintendent’s Report at the Oct. 5 Board of Education meeting, Dr. Alicia Thompson shared some important upcoming dates as we prepare to look ahead to the beginning of the second academic quarter on Nov. 9.

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  • BOE video: Technology Update

    Here is a replay of the Technology update the Board of Education received on Oct. 5 from Rob Dickson, chief information officer, and Dyane Smokorowski, digital literacy and citizenship coordinator.

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