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    The Winter|Spring catalog - registration available now

    We have a great lineup of new and favorite programs available for students of all ages this Winter.  You can now view our Winter |Spring digital catalog online now and a print catalog will be mailed out at the beginning of the New Year.


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  • Best of West Lakes Area

    Best of the West Lakes Area

    Thanks for making Westonka Community Education and Services the #1 Readers' Choice! Voted Best Childcare (Adventure Club) and Best Preschool. Thank you to our exceptional teachers and staff for making Westonka the best!


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  • Sponsor a Student

    Sponsor a Student Scholarship Program

    Community Education plays a vital role in creating a healthy and vibrant community. Individual and family lives are enhanced through programs and activities that not only educate, but entertain, motivate and rejuvenate.

    This past year has been challenging for so many families due to the pandemic. Many families are struggling financially and emotionally. Because of this they are unable to enroll their children into educational and recreational programs that provide so many benefits to their children. Community education classes allow students to learn social and emotional skills, provides hands on learning that encourages skill building, physical skill development, fitness, and so much more.

    You can help a family by donating to the Sponsor a Student Scholarship Program. Your donation will be used for the sole purpose of financially assisting a student to enroll in a community education class or activity. This opens up the opportunity for individuals in our community to participate in a wide range of lifelong learning activities.

    To donate online click on the photo above or call us at 952.491.8040.



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  • Get Involved

    Join the Westonka Community Education and Services Advisory Council

    The Westonka Public Schools Community Education and Services Department is seeking volunteer members to join our Advisory Council. If you are looking for a way to become more involved in your community and the school system, then this is the perfect opportunity for you. The Advisory Council helps guide the direction of Westonka Community Education and Services and supports programming for our lifelong learners. All persons who reside or work within the Westonka School District boundaries are eligible to become a Council member. Individuals may represent civic or community service organizations, local government bodies, local businesses, local community programs or faith based organizations. High school aged students are also eligible.

    To become a member, visit our Advisory Council webpage by clicking on the photo above and complete the Membership Application. You may also contact Joel Dahl, Director of Community Education and Services at for more information.



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Westonka News

  • DECA Students Advance to State Competition

    A total of 120 students from Mound Westonka High School will be competing in this year’s state DECA competition, following a very competitive showing at the District III DECA Conference Jan. 9 at Bloomington Jefferson High School.

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  • MWHS Hosts WCC Honor Band

    Mound Westonka High School was proud to host the 9th Annual Wright County Conference (WCC) Honor Band Festival on Jan. 8 in the Performing Arts Center. About 90 students from 13 school districts were selected for the event, which featured some of the top music students in the conference.

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  • Triple 'A' Award Winners Announced

    Mound Westonka High School has chosen seniors Hannah Drill and Lance Nemecek to represent the school at the regional Triple “A” Awards banquet. A recognition ceremony for the state-wide winners will be held in March. Sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL), the Triple “A” Award — Academics, Arts and Athletics — is a unique recognition program designed exclusively for Minnesota high school seniors who have excelled in the classroom, on the athletic field and in the fine arts.

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  • Schools Conduct Holiday Drives for WeCAN

    Students at every school in the Westonka School District embraced the holiday spirit throughout December by collecting a variety of items for families served by the Western Communities Action Network (WeCAN). "Thank you to all of the Westonka students, parents and staff who made donations to WeCAN this season," said WeCAN Executive Director Christopher Anderson.

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  • MWHS Names ExCEL Award Winners

    Juniors Laura Sunnarborg and William Wallace have been selected as the Mound Westonka High School recipients of the Minnesota State High School League’s ExCEL Award. ExCEL—Excellence in Community, Education and Leadership—is a unique recognition program designed exclusively for Minnesota high school juniors who are active in school activities, show leadership qualities and demonstrate a strong commitment to community service.

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