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Community Thank You.

By Wockenfuss, Gary | June 3, 2019

Weeping Water Family Teams, I retired this month as the MS-HS principal of WWPS. This is an open letter of thank you to many citizens of Weeping Water and surrounding communities. It is very hard to personally thank all of . . . read more

Parents Guide ACT

September 30, 2018

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Free ACT Preparation Guide

September 1, 2018

Preparing for the ACT     read more

Flu Season

August 31, 2018

A note from the school nurse. With the flu season upon us, please keep yur child home if they have any signs of fever, coughing or vomiting.  They may return to school 24 hours after free of symptoms.  Influenza is a . . . read more

Homework Tips for Parents

August 30, 2018

  Article is taken from https://www.educationquest.org/blog/hate-teens-homework-less/ How to Hate (Your Teen’s) Homework Less By Kristin Ageton in Parents on November 16, 2017   . . . read more

Video: Weeping Water Community

February 13, 2018

The Weeping Water educational campus is more than a school district. It’s a place where students can feel a sense of belonging and purpose. We focus on our young people in terms of academics, personal interests, and their . . . read more

Video: Extra Curricular Activities Add to Success

November 22, 2017

At Weeping Water, we believe that a focus on extracurricular activities helps students to explore their passions, learn how to grow, and find success in and out of the classroom. That’s why the community has invested in giving us . . . 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

50 Questions to Ask Your Kids After School Instead of “How Was Your Day?”

August 30, 2017

50 QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR KIDS AFTER SCHOOL INSTEAD OF “HOW WAS YOUR DAY?” Here’s some of their favorites!  What made you smile today? Can you tell me an . . . 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

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

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

What Is Good Concert/Assembly/Music Etiquette?

Journalism Staff Writer | September 17, 2016

What Is Good Concert/Assembly/Music Etiquette?   It is the behavior that is considered appropriate and polite while enjoying or performing a live musical performance. Good concert etiquette shows respect for the coaches, . . . read more

Tips for Seniors

August 31, 2016

John Baylor has three important recommendations for your seniors to do right now in order to become a two- or four-year college graduate with minimal debt.    JBP's three tips for seniors   . . . read more

Beyond High School

SOCS has teamed up with their affiliates, EducationQuest Foundation and Inceptia, to bring you these tools for college planning and financial education. These are great resources that can enhance your education and assist you in planning . . . read more

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