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2017-2018 MS HS Principals Letter

Welcome back to Weeping Water Public Schools, The beginning of August is one of the busiest and most exciting times of the year for me. Our staff has spent all summer preparing for our students to return, and we will soon be rewarded . . . read more

New Health and Wellness Center - Participation Information and Guidelines

August 17, 2017

New Health and Wellness Center - Participation Information and Guidelines September 29, 2015 HEALTH & WELLNESS PARTICIPATION GUIDELINES   THIS IS A 24-HOUR FACILITY WHEN . . . read more

Parent Survey - Grab 'n Go Breakfast

August 4, 2017

Click on the link below to take the survey. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/JCZV2JZ   Our goal is to continuously improve this service. Any information you are willing to share will be very helpful. Thank you for your . . . read more

Student Assessment Credit Recovery Form (replaces Credit Recovery)

Section 6 6-12 th Student Assessment Credit Recovery Form (replaces Credit Recovery)   NEW- The SACR form will be between the teacher and student to fill out if a student is failing the class for 2 consecutive weeks aka on the . . . read more

Ways to Keep Your Teacher Happy

January 20, 2017

See the attachment article entitled "Ways to Keep Your Teacher Happy." Page 1 - Ways to Keep Your Teacher Happy Page 2 - Ways to Keep Your Teacher Happy   read more

Tips for Parent-Teacher Conferences

September 28, 2015

Parent–Teacher Conferences: A Tip Sheet for Parents As a parent, you are your child’s first and most important teacher. You and your child’s school have something in common: You both want your child to learn and do . . . read more

13 Tips for Making the Most of Parent/Teacher Conferences

September 29, 2014

13 TIPS FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS AT PARENT TEACHER CONFERENCES In all likelihood you have already experienced Parent/Teacher Conferences or are gearing up for them. There was an article about parent/teacher conferences in the Omaha . . . read more

Parents, Do You Want a Smoother Morning?

Dos and Don'ts

Mr. Wockenfuss

Principal Wockenfuss's Back to School Tips: Dos and Don'ts for a Smoother Morning Do: Get your groove on. Play some music to get the kids going. Let the dog wake up the kid. Usually kids respond better to the dog . . . read more

Ten Summer Safety Tips

Teach children to buckle up every time they get into a car, regardless of the length of the car ride. Remind kids never to play with matches, gasoline, lighter fluid, or lighters. Do not leave children unattended near . . . read more

203 Ideas for Summer Activities

May 15, 2014

It's all about R-E-S-P-E-C-T Respect yourself, Respect others, Respect property, Respect learning   Have a safe and enjoyable summer.   Parents Corner: When you are on a tight budget, it can . . . read more

Summer Reading Program

PK-10th Grade

March 7, 2014

Click here to view summer reading program information. read more

Inclement Weather

Where to Find School Closing Information

WWPS will use our ALERT SOLUTIONS phone system this year to notify parents of school closings and late starts due to inclement weather. The ALERT SOLUTIONS system is able to call your home, cell, or work phone number, or send a text or e-mail . . . read more

Got Drugs? : Disposal of Unwanted Medications

November 8, 2013

Got Drugs?   Click on the above link to view the article. read more

Athletic Passes

Athletic Passes are available at school. Save money with a Family Pass! Family - $160 Adult - $60 Student - $50 Installment payments are available. Call the school for more information. . . . read more

Donor Choose

DonorsChoose.org is a nonprofit organization that connects public school teachers in need of classroom materials and experiences with individual donors who want to help. At DonorsChoose.org, public school teachers submit project requests . . . read more

Parent Info About NeSA

March 4, 2013

Parent Info About NeSa read more

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