• UPDATE ON THE WSD BACK TO SCHOOL FAIR

    We are sorry to share that given the current conditions of the pandemic in our community, and out of concern for the health and safety of our families and our vendors, we have made the difficult decision to cancel the traditional Back to School Fair this year. We will, however, be distributing bags of school supplies through a drive-thru/pickup model at Liberty High School on August 15 from 8-11am or while supplies last.

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  • WSD Named 2020 STL Post-Dispatch Top Workplace

    The Wentzville School District has been named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces list for the fifth time since 2012. The list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third-party survey that measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership, just to name a few.

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  • WSD Students Place in the Top 10 at International Competition

    Liberty High School sophomore Sruthi Ramesh and Timberland High School junior Amelia Seiz have placed in the Top 10 at the HOSA (Future Healthcare Professionals) 43rd Annual International Leadership Conference (ILC). Ramesh received sixth place on the Leadership Academic Test, and Seiz received ninth place in Extemporaneous Writing at the conference.

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  • WSD Names Principal of New High School

    The Wentzville School District Board of Education has approved the hiring of Dr. Amanda Shelmire as Principal to lead the District’s new high school scheduled to open next year. Dr. Shelmire has worked for the WSD as an assistant principal at Holt High School for the past eight years. Prior to that, she taught mathematics at Fort Zumwalt West High School.

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  • WSD Buses Receive High Score on State Inspection

    The WSD Transportation bus fleet was inspected by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on May 12-13 and was found to have an approval rate of 98.8% for first-time presentations. For reference, the statewide average in 2019 was 90.6%. Of the 179 buses presented for inspection, only two defects were identified. The repairs, re-inspections and approvals were all received while the MSHP inspection team was still on site.

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  • WSD Announces Free & Reduced Meal Guidelines

    The Wentzville School District has announced its revised free and reduced price policy for school children unable to pay the full price of meals served in schools under the National School Lunch Program and the School Breakfast Program.

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  • WSD Teacher Named Teacher of Excellence

    Molly Kleiber, a teacher at Liberty High School, is one of five driver education teachers from throughout the U.S. to be selected by their peers as Teachers of Excellence. The honor, which carries with it a cash stipend, comes from the American Driver & Traffic Safety Education Association (ADTSEA) and The National Road Safety Foundation.

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  • WSD Teacher Awarded Emerson Gold Star Grant

    Kaci Lueking, a first grade teacher at Wabash Elementary, has been named the recipient of the 2020 Emerson Excellence in Teaching Gold Star Grant in the amount of $7,500 for her stEMPOWER initiative, an after-school club that will encourage girls in grades 4-6 to explore STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) subjects while developing leadership skills and confidence as critical thinkers and problem solvers.

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  • WSD HOSA Students Advance to International Competition

    Students in the Holt, Liberty and Timberland high school HOSA chapters competed in the Missouri HOSA State Leadership Conference, which was held virtually from April 13-27 this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Seven students brought home an award and qualified to move on to the HOSA 43rd Annual International Leadership Conference (ILC), which will take place virtually this year June 24-27.

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  • WSD Students Earn St. Charles County CAPS Outstanding Associate Awards

    Two WSD students, Holt senior Trinity Craig and Liberty senior Henry Young, earned the St. Charles County Center for Advanced Professional Studies Outstanding CAPS Associate Award, two of only four awards distributed. The award is given to CAPS participants who exemplify CAPS professional skills at a high level on a daily basis. St. Charles County CAPS honors one associate in each of their four strands of career exploration. Craig won the Healthcare Associate Award and Young won the Global Business/Entrepreneurship Associate Award.

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  • Proposition C and S Passed by Voters

    Propositions C and S were passed by voters June 2, 2020 to meet the needs of our growing school district. Prop C is for a new middle school, expansions/additions at existing middle schools and safety and maintenance items. Prop S is for additional staff, salaries and safety.

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  • WSD Foundation Awards $16k in Grants to WSD Teachers

    The WSD Foundation has announced the winners of the 2020 Teacher and Building Mini Grants. On Thursday, May 7, Foundation President Dan Schroeder, Secretary Dr. Susan Hladky, Directors Dr. Curtis Cain, Frank Klaas, and Mary LaPak awarded grants ranging from $500 to $1,000 to 18 teachers at nine schools, totaling $9,000.

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  • District Summer Reading Program Information

    District librarians have planned fun activities and are coordinating summer reading challenges to encourage and reward readers this summer in order to promote literacy and encourage students to continue reading during the summer months.

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  • Timberland Student Earns DESE Missouri Award for Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship

    Timberland High School junior Abby McCallum has received the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) 2020 Missouri Award for Outstanding Achievement in Citizenship, which is reserved for those who demonstrate high academic achievement, extracurricular leadership and community service. McCallum is one of only seven Missouri students to earn this distinction.

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  • WSD Graduating Seniors Awarded Community Scholarships

    The Wentzville School District Class of 2020 has been awarded over $140,000 worth of local scholarships this year. These deserving students from Holt, Liberty, and Timberland high schools will be receiving their diplomas on July 25, 2020 before they continue on with their post-secondary education.

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