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WW FBLA Trip to Local Ronald McDonald House

Sue Heinz | November 1, 2017

On Thursday October 25 th , the officers of the Weeping Water FBLA chapter donated 100,000 pop tabs to the Ronald McDonald house in Omaha, Nebraska. The money used from the pop tabs goes towards the electric bill for the house. We were . . . read more

Funding the future

October 11, 2017

Weeping Water Public School’s mission is to educate the whole student; academically, artistically, ethically and socially. Through the generosity of sponsors such as Kiel VanderVeen of VanderVeen Financial and President of Nebraska . . . read more

SALT: Save a life tour

September 15, 2017

The Fray, an American pop-rock band, released their number one hit “How to Save a Life” in 2006. The Weeping Water Indians, a Nebraskan public school group of middle and high school students learned how to save a life on September . . . read more

Video: An Education Path for EVERY Student

August 1, 2017

An Education Path for EVERY Student At Weeping Water, our focus is to help every student explore different educational paths so they are actively learning according to their interests. Increasingly, many of our students are . . . read more

Parents Guide to Online Child Safety

By Wockenfuss, Gary | July 31, 2017

Parent’s online guide to child’s safety. Check out the FTC’s (Federal Trade Commissions) free online security tips and resources, and share with your friends, family, coworkers, and community.   Website: . . . read more

ACT: Testing That Counts!

April 17, 2017

According to Richard P. Phelps, PhD testing scholar and economist, 93% of studies on student testing (including the use of large-scale and high stakes standardized tests) found a “positive effect” of student achievement. Though . . . read more

Exceeding the Standards of NeSA

April 17, 2017

Under the 2002 law of No Child Left Behind (NCLB), states were required to test students in the areas of reading and math in grades 3–8 and once in high school. According to President George W. Bush the law would insure, “… . . . read more

NeSa Test Poem

April 3, 2017

NeSa Test Poem (Repeat after me)   We will do our BEST! On the NeSa Test WE will take our time Because WE know WE are fine! Our class knows it will take long But WE will finish STRONG! . . . read more

NeSA" Good News Goals!

April 3, 2017

NeSA District Subject Goals 2015 Reading 81% 2016 Reading Goal __86%__ proficient-MET 86% 2017 Reading Goal__91%__ 2018 Reading Goal__93%__   2015 Math 61% 2016 Math Goal__66%__ proficient-MET 66% . . . read more

School Improvement 2016-2017 External Visit

Mimi VanderVeen | March 24, 2017

Weeping Water Public schools has a mission, “…to empower each student by providing opportunities to become a successful, responsible, lifelong learner.” That mission isn’t taken lightly. In fact, there is a team . . . read more

Suicide Awareness

Chloe Lautrup | March 3, 2017

On February, 15th 2017 Weeping Water High School students attended a suicide awareness meeting with the school’s attorney. He came down and talked with all the high schoolers about cyberbullying, and what could happen if the issue got . . . read more

The Long Ride Home: Talking with your student-athlete after losing a game

Jaimie Duffek, NCSA Head Recruiting Coach | February 27, 2017

The Long Ride Home: Talking with your student-athlete after losing a game By Jaimie Duffek, NCSA Head Recruiting Coach February 22, 2017 USA TODAY High School Sports has a weekly column on the college recruiting process. . . . read more

State Wrestling Qualifers

Hannah Williams | February 16, 2017

The Weeping Water wrestling team has had an amazing season. Having many injuries  throughout the year, the team fought relentlessly. With this passion and heart, the team had six wrestlers go into heartbreak round. One come out . . . read more

Mom's reaction to report card more crucial than C's and D's

Reprinted from the Virginian -Piolt and The Ledger-Star, October 26, 1986 | February 9, 2017

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No more NeSa -activate ACT

Sierra Morlan | January 31, 2017

Replacing the NeSA exam with more college readiness exams helps to prepare high school juniors and seniors for exams such as the  ACT. With this change students will spend less time taking exams that don’t have an immediate effect . . . read more

The Show Must Go On

Journalism Staff Writer | December 1, 2016

This is a test. For the next few paragraphs we interrupt your reading for a special announcement: Weeping Water One Act cast and crew members have ended their season with the highest ratings and scores in close to a decade! This year’s . . . read more

SENCA Simulation

Sierra Morlan | November 21, 2016

SENCA holds a poverty simulation to help others truly understand the difficulty families in poverty face. This shows students the hardships families may go through and corrects any misconceptions. SENCA’s goal is to promote poverty . . . read more

Opening Night

Abby Barnhart Photo Credit: Brent Hardin Sports Editor/News Reporter -The Journal | November 16, 2016

November 4 was one of their first of several one-act performances to come. A one-act is a play that houses the story’s beginning, middle and end in one act, consisting of few scenes. Weeping Water High School is one of several schools . . . read more

Veteran's Day 2016

Samantha Thomas | November 16, 2016

November 11 th : The Day of the Veterans “Short days ago we lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, loved and were loved and now we lie in Flanders fields.” On November 11 th America celebrated Veterans Day to honor out veterans. . . . read more

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