The Westonka Edge

  • Small School Advantages. Big School Opportunities. Real-Life Success Stories.™ Westonka schools are just the right size. Small school advantages mean we know every child by name and we make it our goal to help every child to succeed. Big school opportunities mean our award-winning arts, academics and athletics programs are right up there with larger districts. Real-life success stories mean our students leave prepared for college and for success in the 21st century.

Westonka News

  • Young Scientists Participate in Hilltop Fair

    The 2020 Hilltop Science Fair was filled with excitement and bursting with creative minds eager to share. More than 60 young scientists entered projects for the Feb. 6 event, which included everything from bees to composting to explosive chemistry.

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  • Athena Award Winner is Melissa Drill

    Mound Westonka High School is proud to name senior Melissa Drill as the 2020 recipient of the Athena Award. Candidates for this “outstanding female athlete” award must demonstrate excellence in individual or group sports. Drill is a three-sport White Hawks athlete, participating in volleyball, basketball and softball.

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  • Children's Playhouse Hosts First Performance

    Westonka Community Theatre’s Children’s Playhouse presented its very first production Feb. 7 and 8 in the Little Theater at Mound Westonka High School. “The Phantom in the Music Room,” a humorous, melodramatic, modern-day mystery written by Janet Gardner, was rehearsed and performed in just one week by 38 students from the area in grades 1 through 8.

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  • Grandview Hosts 'Totally Awesome' Winter Blast

    Rocking a “Totally Awesome ‘80s” vibe, students at Grandview Middle School gathered at school Jan. 31, for the Winter Blast. The annual party was open to all students and included a DJ, open gym, dodgeball, volleyball, karaoke, movies and snacks. Students also enjoyed bingo, crafts and a creative photo booth.

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  • DECA, NHS Team Up to Make Blankets for WeCAN

    For the past three years, Mound Westonka High School students have teamed up to make tie-blankets for Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN). Led by junior Avery Robbins, about 20 students representing both clubs got together Feb. 1 and made 25 blankets for WeCAN clients.

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  • Westonka Health Update from District Nurse Kelly Mattson

    Please read a message from Westonka District Nurse Kelly Mattson about the district’s plans and procedures surrounding the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) that was first detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China and which continues to expand.

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Borg Report

  • School Board Approves Revised District Budget

    On Feb. 10, the Westonka School Board approved the revised 2019-2020 budget and reviewed a projection for next year’s budget. Please read the Borg Report for more information on Westonka's practice of challenging its budget each year.

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