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  • Spring Fling!

    Spring Fling has a Sports theme this year!

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    Don't wait! Order your yearbook today! ybpay.lifetouch.com. ID Code:3559120

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  • Sheridan Story Helps Fight Childhood Hunger

    If your family is in need of a little extra food over the weekend, please consider participating in the Sheridan Story. At the end of every week, volunteers will put a small bag of non-perishable food in your child's locker for the weekend. Volunteers will only be given locker numbers and not the identity of families participating. Students should be able to put food into his/her backpack to carry home easily and discreetly. Each bag of food contains fruit and vegetables and provides nutritious, substantive meals for kids to eat at home. A sample bag from our inventory includes the following items: a can of pears, a bag of rice, a can of green beans, a can of tuna, a bag of pasta, and a can of chicken noodle soup. Only school administration will see the names in order to run locker numbers. If you have any questions, please contact your child's principal, guidance counselor or social worker. THE FIRST DISTRIBUTION WILL AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER. If you have more than one child in the program, please consider signing up each child.

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  • COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates

    Updates on Westonka Public Schools' response plan to the outbreak of COVID-19, the illness caused by the novel coronavirus, will be posted to www.westonka.k12.mn.us/covid19.

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  • Westonka Public Schools Distance Learning Plan

    Westonka Public Schools intends to provide instruction to students when schools are closed due to the threat of COVID-19. Distance learning will primarily be accomplished through the use of online learning and district-issued devices, such as Chromebooks and iPads. This will require the full cooperation of students, teachers and parents/guardians to make this instruction meaningful and in compliance with Minnesota statutes.

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  • Free Meals for Students by Delivery or Curbside Pickup

    During the state mandated school closure, Westonka Foodies and Westonka Bus Service are teaming up to provide free meals to students. Parents and students can pick up these meals outside Mound Westonka High School or along designated bus routes.

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  • Childcare for Emergency Workers

    At this time, we know first responder/medical/law enforcement professionals are needed more than ever. To support this effort, Westonka Public Schools will be providing childcare for families that fit this description Monday-Friday during the school closure. Families must register for childcare.

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  • Student Artwork Featured in Local Art Exhibits

    Every year the Westonka district art teachers choose exemplary student artwork to display in a public space during Youth Art Month in March. This year the Cabinet 53 Exhibit, featuring art pieces by Mound Westonka High School students, will be in the Westonka Performing Arts Center. Artists from Grandview Middle School, along with Hilltop and Shirley Hills primary schools, will be featured in an exhibit at the Westonka Library.

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  • Jable Earns 'Best in Show' at State Art Exhibition

    The Westonka Art Department is proud to announce that two students have been awarded for their achievements in the Youth Art Month State Exhibition. Mound Westonka High School junior Maya Jable won Best in Show in the statewide competition for her piece, "Gripped by Fear." Additionally, Hilltop Primary School fourth-grader Drew Johnson earned Honorable Mention for his drawing, "Owl."

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