July 23, 2020 Wahoo Parents and Patrons, The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so many of us in a variety of ways and the start of the 2020-21 school year will look differently because of it. As a district, we are genuinely excited to have students return to our buildings and renew endeavors of their ultimate goals, education and graduation; however, there will be changes in place that impact the daily routine, making the process of education look differently than it has in years past. A guidance document concerning many of those changes is posted below for review and information. This document will be used to provide broad parameters as to the operation of the . . .
Warrior Families, We are MORE excited than ever to welcome students back into our school! Our school theme this year is “Building on Strengths!” Staff will use this theme to develop a mindset based on positive psychology. Some schools operate with a “fix-it” mindset which focuses on fixing the weaknesses perceived in others. In stark contrast, I am proud to lead a school that is focused on identifying each child’s strengths and developing them to fullest potential. Join us this year as we teach children how to humbly identify their own strengths and experience success! Strengths-focused learning and leadership allow us to innovate. . . .
Welcome to another AWESOME school year at Wahoo Middle School. With the many challenges facing our families, students, and staff this school year, we are going to encourage our students to “Step It Up.” Our mission will not only be to motivate students to improve academic performance, but also take on more responsibility for making positive and healthy decisions as it relates to their everyday lives. We are fortunate to live in a strong and caring community, and together we will not only face our challenges, we will overcome them. During this unprecedented time, we want to make sure that you are well-informed and understand our efforts to maintain a . . .
Wahoo Public Families, There is a great deal of uncertainty on the horizon and it is at times like this where an increased emphasis on taking care of self and family remain the number one priority! During this prolonged school closure, we are committed to maintaining contact with both students and families as we work through the uncertainty. Staff have been working to coordinate parent and student resources that might be of use or support during an extended school closure. Below, you will find a link to electronic resources. Teachers will be updating resources periodically and all changes will be reflected on the website. WPS . . .