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Today: 10/23/14
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Resources to combat underage drinking

Anyone interested in helping prevent underage drinking may want to check out the MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) website called The Power of Parents.  There are articles of interest to parents and others concerned about this risky behavior.

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Winfield High School Girls' Varsity Tennis Team

Wins Regional Tournament!

 

Regional Tennis Champs.jpgWHS Girls' tennis team won the regional 4A tournament held this past weekend in Pratt.  Emily Sarnacki was the singles champion for the tournament.  The doubles team composed of Victoria Lybarger and Jenna Groene also placed first.  Singles player, Mallory Meier and the doubles team of Emily Graham and Megan Powell placed third in their brackets.  

 

The girls will be playing on their home court in the state tournament Friday and Saturday at the T.H. Vaughan Tennis Center. 

 

Pictured: Coach Boggs, Megan Powell, Jenna Groene, Mallory Meier, Coach Shaw, Emily Sarnacki, Emily Graham, Victoria Lybarger.

Go Vikings!

Congratulations City Spelling Bee Winners!

City Spelling Bee  2014.jpgSabrina Wilson, 5th grade student at Trinity Lutheran School, won the Winfield City Spelling Bee held in the Winfield High School Auditorium on Wednesday, October 8, 2014

 

Pictured spelling bee winners are: Landon Phouthavong, sixth place; Garrett Bogle, fourth place; Mason Fisher, third Place; Maddie Cantu, second place; Sabrina Wilson, first place; and Tyler Gould, fifth place.

Webster Playground Equipment.jpgWebster Early Learning Center Receives Additional Playground Equipment

“Promoting Community Helpers through Play” is the name of a project for which the Legacy Community Foundation and Webster PTO granted funding to Webster Early Learning Center.  Webster has six early childhood classrooms serving approximately 200 three and four year old children. 

The purpose of this project is to introduce community helper roles and awareness through dramatic play opportunities. The world that children are growing up in is very different from the world 20 years ago.  Children are in contact with many people in their lives.  Our community service people are ones that we want them to identify as “friends”.

The grant helped fund a police car, fire truck and a school bus in the playground to encourage developmental play to increase awareness of the role that these service persons provide our community.  The goal is for children to identify community service people who would be able to help them in various situations.  Children would be able to utilize the equipment and act out various real life situations such as a fire truck going to a fire, a police car assisting with a car accident or assisting with a flat tire.  Children would be able to role play as a bus driver, police man, or a firefighter.

Thank you Legacy Community Foundation and Webster PTO for your generosity.                                 

WMS Cross Country

Cropped WMS CC4.jpgWMS CC1 Cropped.jpgWinfield Middle School cross country is participating in the New York Road Runners' Association Mighty Milers program during practice.  The middle school runners have already reached the 500 mile mark in combined total mileage as a team this year.

Congratulations--WMS Cross Country!

The Mighty Milers program mission is to improve children's health through running.  The NY Road Runners Association collects data from sites across the country on how much exercise students get through running as well as how many times they exercise per week. The NYRRA reward student's achievements with shirts and medals.  WMS runners have written encouraging notes to association members that will soon be racing in the New York City Marathon.

Lisa HoltLISA HOLT, COUNTRY VIEW TEACHER, REGION 4 FINALIST

2015 KANSAS TEACHER OF THE YEAR 

 

Lisa Holt, an elementary special education teacher at Country View Elementary School in Winfield (Winfield USD 465), and Dennis Munk, a high school physical education teacher at Campus High School in Wichita (Haysville USD 261), were named Region 4 finalists for the 2015 Kansas Teacher of the Year award during a ceremony this evening at the DoubleTree by Hilton in Wichita. This award recognizes excellent teaching in the elementary and secondary classrooms of the state.

As finalists for the Kansas Teacher of the Year distinction, Holt and Munk each received a $2,000 cash award from Security Benefit, the major corporate partner for the Kansas Teacher of the Year program. In addition, each finalist is now eligible to be named Kansas Teacher of the Year, which will be announced during ceremonies in Wichita on November 22.

Holt and Munk were among six Teacher of the Year semi-finalists from Region 4, which covers the fourth U.S. congressional district. Other semi-finalists were Pam Branaman, a fourth-grade teacher at Southwest Elementary School in Pratt (Pratt USD 382); Tracy Klaassen, a fifth-grade English language arts, mathematics, and science teacher and Multi-Tier System of Supports (MTSS) Coordinator at Remington Middle School in Whitewater (Remington-Whitewater USD 206); Alejandra Prendes, a middle school world languages teacher at Maize South Middle School in Wichita (Maize USD 266); and Shay Whetstone, a middle school social studies teacher at Andover Middle School (Andover USD 385). Each of the semi-finalists received a red marble apple with a wooden base, compliments of The Master Teacher in Manhattan. Ninety-eight educators across the state were nominated for the Kansas Teacher of the Year distinction.

Nominations are made in each of four regions in the state. The Kansas State Department of Education, sponsor of the Kansas Teacher of the Year program, appoints regional selection panels comprised of teachers, education administrators, and higher education representatives to select semi-finalists and finalists from each region.

Each panel selects six semi-finalists – three elementary teachers and three secondary teachers. From those semi-finalists, the panel in each region then selects one elementary finalist and one secondary finalist. The Kansas Teacher of the Year is selected from among the state’s eight regional finalists.

The mission of the Kansas Teacher of the Year program is to build and utilize a network of exemplary teachers who are leaders in the improvement of schools, student performance, and the teaching profession. The Kansas Teacher of the Year team, comprised of the Teacher of the Year and state finalists, serve as ambassadors for education in Kansas, making public appearances across the state promoting education and the teaching profession.

The individual selected as the Kansas Teacher of the Year is eligible for national distinction as National Teacher of the Year. The National Teacher of the Year program is a project of the Council of Chief State School Officers and sponsored by Voya and People to People Ambassador Programs.

Vikings Begin School

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WHS Fight Song
We're here to cheer for Winfield High School,
here to win the fight. (Fight! Fight! Fight!)
Here to cheer the Vikings onward,
make it a Viking night. (Night! Night! Night!)
We've got a spirit with us tonight.
Let us here it - Go Vikings Fight!
Hail, Hail, the gang's all here
and we're ready for a Viking night!

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USD 465 does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in its programs and activities.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:  Assistant Superintendent, 1407 Wheat Rd., Winfield, KS 67156.

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