August 25, 2016More than 1000 total years of hard work were recognized recently at the District’s annual back-to-school kick-off meeting for all staff. Fifty-seven staff members from all areas of the district were recognized and thanked for their contributions. Special congratulations went to Kirk Benda, Joy Fister, Kathy Shea and Tom White, for 30 years of service. Please see “Read more” below for photos and a listing of all who were honored.
August 19, 2016A reminder to D200 staff members – The motto of the District 200 Education Foundation is “Making Things Happen That Ordinarily Would Not.” Let them help YOU make things happen in District 200 by applying for a 2016-17 Ed Foundation Impact Grant. The grant application process is now open.
August 12, 2016District 200 is pleased to announce the implementation of a new online system which will allow parents easy access to current bus routing information. The information available to parents reflects all changes in busing routes. However, it does not provide real-time tracking of buses. See "Read more" below for log-in information. The log-in link can also be accessed from all school websites by using the blue navigational bar on the left side of the page, labeled "Bus Route Info."
August 4, 2016As we prepare for a new school year, the D200 Transportation Department has an important reminder for our rural families: Please make sure that your address is clearly marked in front of your driveway or road so the bus driver can easily find your stop.
May 24, 2016On behalf of the students of District 200, local business leaders are invited to attend an informational meeting regarding a new and innovative program that we are embarking on for next year - INCubatoredu. This program provides students with an authentic entrepreneurship experience in which the students create and fully develop their own product or service. Real entrepreneurs and business experts serve as volunteer coaches and mentors, guiding student teams through the Lean Startup processes of developing hypotheses about a business concept, testing those hypotheses, adapting, and furthering iteration.
April 22, 2016Woodstock High School was recognized by two prestigious nationwide organizations for our academic success. U.S. News and World Report recognized Woodstock High School in their 2016 Best High Schools rankings. We were ranked as one of the top 100 high schools in the state, earning our second consecutive Silver Award that puts us within the top 10% of all high schools nationally. The Washington Post included WHS in the list of America's Most Challenging High Schools, making this our third consecutive year of earning this award.
March 17, 2016WHS administration and staff are concerned not only with the academic success of our students, but also with the social-emotional wellbeing of our students. In an effort to be as proactive as possible, we are announcing a new service available to WHS students called Text-a-Tip. Text-a-Tip (http://www.leadingefforts.org/text-a-tip/) is a text-communication app that is completely anonymous, operating 24 hours per day, 7 days a week. The system provides text-message service to a dedicated number, allowing the caller to receive an immediate response from a licensed mental health professional in complete anonymity.
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