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  • 2020-21 Westonka Community Preschool 

    Attached is all the information you will need to know in order to register for preschool at Westonka.

    Here are Important Dates to Keep in Mind:

    • December 16-February 5 - Turn in your paperwork to either the Early Learning Center or the Shirley Hills Early Learning site. The following forms need to be completed and submitted prior to approval of your child's preschool contract.
    • January 15 - Parent Information Night at 6:15pm in the Hilltop Media Center.  Please enter through the Early Learning Center doors.
    • January 22 - Online Registration opens at 8am.
    • January 29 - Preschool contracts for current preschool families, ECFE weekly class families and district staff begin to be approved in the order in which they were submitted if all forms are completed and turned in.
    • February 5 - Preschool contracts begin to be approved in the order in which they were submitted if all the forms are completed and turned in.

    If you have questions regarding preschool, you may contact Sarah Grimm, the Early Childhood Coordinator at 952-491-8580 or grimms@westonka.k12.mn.us.

    To obtain the forms, please call:

    Tammy Miller, Shirley Hills Early Learning site

    952-491-8480 ormillert@westonka.k12.mn.us

    Lisa Morast, Early Learning Center site

    952-491-8576 or morastl@westonka.k12.mn.us

     

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  • Want to know more about Early Childhood Screening?  

    Click here -- to take you to more information.

    Follow these directions to sign up online:

    1. Type "Screening" in the browser bar of the web page.
    2. Select the date you'd like to sign up for.
    3. Choose the time that you'd like to sign up for.

    Click here to take navigate you to the Online Registration System or click the above tab that says "Register Online".

    SCREENING DATES:

    September 14 & 28 

     

     


     

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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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  • Show Your #WestonkaSpirit During Virtual Spirit Week April 6-10

    Westonka Public Schools students, staff and families are invited to show their school spirit by participating in Virtual Spirit Week April 6-10. Share photos of you or your student participating in the week's events by posting them to social media with the hashtag #WestonkaSpirit or by submitting them using the Photo Submission Form.

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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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  • An Update on COVID-19

    Please read a message from Westonka District Nurse Kelly Mattson about the district’s plans and procedures surrounding the novel (new) coronavirus disease, now called COVID-19.

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