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Prairieview and Waukee Middle School Students Selected for Honor Band

Four Prairieview and 10 Waukee Middle School students were selected for Honor Band. Seventh graders were selected through nomination, while eighth graders were selected through audition. The students performed in the South Central District Iowa Honor Band on Nov. 7 at Ankeny Centennial High School.

Congratulations to the 14 students who participated:

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Making A Difference: Cameron Boyle

South Middle School (SMS) student Cameron Boyle felt his heart drop to the pit of his stomach as he watched 130 mph wind tear the city of Houston apart piece by piece. Only a few days after Hurricane Harvey hit Texas, Boyle approached his principal Doug Barry to discuss raising... Read More

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South Middle School Students Make an Impact through Helping Hands

As a community service project, three Waukee students found a way to extend a helping hand that has reached the lives of many children in a local hospital. Waukee South Middle School (SMS) 7th graders, Jordan Gabriel, Lindsay Newman and Jonathan Nevenhoven, started a nonprofit organization called Helping Hands which... Read More

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Isaiah Dale Named Ambassador of Muscular Dystrophy Association

Isaiah Dale, 7th-grader at South Middle School

Isaiah Dale, 7th-grader at South Middle School

Isaiah Dale, 7th-grader at South Middle School, was named an Ambassador of the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) for his contributions towards the MDA and courageous attitude.

Isaiah was diagnosed with Charcot Marie Tooth Disease (CMT) July of 2015 at the University of Iowa Children’s... Read More

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New Last Day of School is May 26 for Students

Summer break will start earlier than expected for students this year. The Waukee Community School District (WCSD) Board of Education agreed to a minor change in the 2016-17 school calendar on April 10. The last day of school for students is now May 26 instead of May 30.

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SMS Math Counts-Mrs. Kuehl reports

Varsity math counts team who placed 4th on February 14 out of 32 teams at the chapter competition!  ith this placement, they will be representing SMS at the state math counts competition at the end of March at Drake!

Congratulations to Sai Raysam for his individual placement which will send... Read More

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Team of Middle School Students Win Best in State for Verizon Innovative App Challenge

A team of seven middle school students are competing in the Verizon Innovative App Challenge and have won Best in State with their app, Iowa Trash Companion. They are now working towards their goal of becoming the App Fan Favorite- which is awarded to the team who compiles the most... Read More

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Waukee Teachers Win Literacy Grants from Nu Alpha Gamma Chapter

Recently, Nu Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International announced the 2016-2017 winners of their annual Literacy Grants. Eight out of the 12 winners were Waukee teachers, and each received awards up to $125.

Waukee 6th grade teacher Christina Schmitt from South Middle school was a recipient of... Read More

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Waukee APEX Launches New Website

Since the 2015-16 school year, Waukee has been building an updated website for the Aspiring Professional Experience (APEX) classes. The website design takes a modern approach, recognizing the innovative class style that APEX is. The website was launched over winter break.

The new website design is a fresh spin off... Read More

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Waukee South Middle School Students Tie for First at Central Iowa Youth Chess Tournament

Waukee South Middle School (SMS) sixth grader Arun Dixit and seventh grader Mrithuul Madanprasad, tied for first place with perfect scores in the morning section and tied for second place in the afternoon section at the Central Iowa Youth Chess Tournament on December 10. The Tournament was held at the... Read More

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