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Waukee High School Receives NATA Safe Sports School Award

Waukee High School received The National Athletic Trainers’ Association (NATA) Safe Sports School award for their commitment to creating a safe and healthy environment for student athletes. The award recognizes secondary schools taking the necessary precautions to avoid injury in youth athletics.

“We are proud to receive this recognition from... Read More

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Totem Tales 11/21

A Message from Mrs. Johnson

Dear Families,

Thank you SO much for attending Fall Conferences last week with your children! Teachers and students really enjoyed sharing updates and celebrating the learning that has taken place already this year. We are so fortunate to have such a supportive school community and  hope... Read More

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Teachers Receive Iowa World Language Association Honors

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Elizabeth Schupp

Prairieview Spanish teacher Kerisa Chung Baedke and Timberline German teacher Elizabeth Schupp received honors for the 2017 school year at the Iowa World Language Association(IWLA) Conference. Both Baedke and Schupp met the standards and requirements for the awards by displaying professionalism, passion, and intelligence through their teaching style.... Read More

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News from the Woods

Giving Tree

The fifth grade student service leaders will be collecting gifts for Woodland Hills families in need. If you are interested in giving this holiday season, please stop by the front entrance of Woodland Hills Elementary and take a paper ornament off of the Giving Tree. Please follow the... Read More

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Eason Flier 11/17/17

2017-2018 GIVING TREE

Starting on November 11, Eason will begin its annual Giving Tree to offer support to deserving families in our community. Paper ornaments are hung on a tree by the office. Written on the ornaments are items that Eason families would either enjoy or are in need of... Read More

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The Giving Tree

The Brookview Student Lighthouse Team will be collecting gifts for Brookview families in need. If you are interested in giving this holiday season, please stop by the front hallway of Brookview and pull an ornament off of the Giving Tree. Then follow the instructions located on the... Read More

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Waukee High School Students Attend Global Youth Institute

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Claire Baudler, Cindy Snell and Gautham Ajith

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Brandon Beall (Waukee Alumni & WFP Intern), Gautham Ajith, Ambassador Kenneth Quinn (President World Food Prize) and Claire Baudler

Two Waukee High School students were selected to attend the 24th Annual Global Youth Institute held October 19-21 at the World Food Prize Hall... Read More

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WHS Wins Third Consecutive State Competition Cheer Title

The Waukee High School Varsity Competition Cheer squad captured the Class 4A Division State Championship last weekend at the State Fairgrounds.  It was the third straight state title and the tenth state championship in the program’s history. The stunt group also placed third at the state competition. Head Coach Ashley... Read More

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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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Breaking Down Barriers, District Partners with Waukee Public Library

The Waukee Public Library and Waukee Community School District (WCSD) have partnered to provide complete, free digital access to all the library’s online resources to students and teachers in the district.

“Increasing access to educational resources is our mission. By allowing usage for non-cardholders, we are eliminating one extra step... Read More

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