District releases 2021-2022 Community Report
Annual report highlights District's successes
A heartfelt "Thank You" goes out to the Wahoo Public Schools staff, students, and families, and also to the greater Wahoo community, for their continued support of the students within our school community!
WPS is committed to providing an educational experience that "Inspires Our Students to Thrive!" and this would not be possible without the continued support of our school community! From academics and support systems to activities and facilities, we strive to create opportunities for student success and growth.
This Community Report (linked below) highlights some of the successes from 2021-22 and reinforces that it’s a great time to be a Warrior!
2021-2022 Community Report
Golden Apple: Wahoo resource teacher helps with all aspects of learning
The 10/11 Golden Apple Award is sponsored by Doane University College of Education
LINCOLN, Neb. (KOLN) - Each month during the school year, 10/11 and Doane University College of Education present a Golden Apple Award to a deserving teacher. Our winner for April 2023 is resource teacher Kristal Brabec. . . .
District hopes to increase transparency by creating new Assessment Brochure
Document, which will be updated annually, outlines all assessments & screeners used with WPS K-12 students
LINK 2022-2023 WPS Assessment Brochure Wahoo Public Schools has been working to create an Assessment Brochure which outlines the various assessments/screeners being conducted at our elementary, middle school and high . . .
WPS joins forces with Space Foundation to launch new 'Space in the Community' program; Public invited to free Oct. 27 community night
Gorman Foundation & WPS Foundation generous fund new yearly initiative to "broaden horizons and inspire kids to explore education and careers in science and technology"
Fantasy author Paul Brandt once said, “Don’t tell me the sky’s the limit when there are footprints on the moon.” With countless space exploration headlines in the news these days, including the new James . . .
WPS releases 2020-2021 Community Report
Annual report highlights District's successes
Many thanks go out to the teachers, students and families of Wahoo Public Schools and to the greater Wahoo community for your continued support of the students within our school community! WPS is committed to providing an . . .
Letters from WPS Superintendent provide regular COVID updates in District
August 26 letter highlights isolation, exposure, and quarantine policies in place for 2021-2022
August 26, 2021 Dear Wahoo Public Families, We are excited to have students and staff back in our buildings and ready for the 2021-22 school year. Through the first few days of school, it appears everyone has settled . . .
Letter from Superintendent highlights important items as District kicks off 2021-2022 school year
Communication addresses bussing, school meals, masking in school, and COVID/ESSER survey requests
July 23, 2021 Wahoo Families, I hope you have found time to unplug and enjoy your summers after a trying, but successful 2020-21 school year. As summer is rapidly coming to an end, I wanted to provide a communication about . . .
WPS Superintendent/Board release letter addressing recent public comments & concerns
Communication clarifies District's stance on controversial issues of proposed health standards, critical race theory, masks/vaccines, and facility needs
Patrons: Over the past several weeks, there has been increased patron comment about the Wahoo Public School District regarding several topics. The board of education and administrative team would like to take an opportunity to . . .
WPS posts 2020-2021 Perceptual Survey Results
District utilizes survey as tool in continuous improvement process
The Wahoo Public Schools believes in a process of continuous improvement to ensure the positive growth of our school system while focusing on the identified needs of our students, in collaboration with the greater school community. . . .
Letter from WPS Superintendent announces USDA's extension of free meals for kids program
Extension provides free breakfast & lunch to all students through end of 2020-2021 school year
December 18, 2020 As was shared earlier this fall, Wahoo Public Schools was participating in a program through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) that provided free meals, breakfast and lunch, for all students at . . .
Letter from WPS Superintendent presents 'Reopening Plan' for 2020-2021
District excited to welcome students back on August 13!
July 23, 2020 Wahoo Parents and Patrons, The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so many of us in a variety of ways and the start of the 2020-21 school year will look differently because of it. As a district, we are genuinely . . .
WPS Parent/Student Resource Guide now posted
Link provides families with valuable educational resources during school closure and summer break
Wahoo Public Families, There is a great deal of uncertainty on the horizon and it is at times like this where an increased emphasis on taking care of self and family remain the number one priority! During this prolonged . . .
WPS mourns the loss of Bob Chvatal to hard-fought cancer battle
WPS Facilities Manager remembered fondly as hard-working family man and friend
The man could fix anything! As facilities manager of the Wahoo Public Schools for the past 25+ years, “outsourcing” was not a part of Bob Chvatal’s vocabulary. Plumbing problem? Bob knew how to fix it. . . .
Wahoo Public School District & Wahoo Elementary Earn an AQuESTT Classification of 'EXCELLENT'
District named among Nebaska's 32 'top districts' in latest state assessments; Elementary advances from 'Great' to 'Excellent'
The Wahoo Public Schools is one of 32 districts (13 percent) across the state to achieve a classification of 'EXCELLENT,' and will look to build upon this positive momentum in the coming school years. “Once again, . . .
The Wahoo Public School District earns an AQuESTT Classification of 'Excellent'
District named among Nebraska's 28 'top districts' in latest state assessments
The Wahoo Public Schools is one of 28 districts across the state to achieve a classification of 'EXCELLENT,' and will look to build upon this positive momentum in the coming school years. “This classification is a . . .