Prairieview School News

Some WHS, PVS & TLS Students Plan to Participate in National School Walkout Day April 20

Waukee Community School District administration has been working jointly with our students on a movement that has been getting national, state and local attention. National School Walkout Day is planned for April 20, the 19th anniversary of the Columbine shooting. April 20 has also been designated as the Day of... Read More

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District Administration Office Relocated to Vince Meyer Learning Center April 16-20

The Waukee Community School District Administration Office located at 560 SE University in Waukee will be temporarily relocated to the Vince Meyer Learning Center (VLMC) April 16-20 while the HVAC system is replaced. The VMLC is located at 430 Ashworth Dr, Waukee, IA.

The District Administration Office will close at... Read More

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Waukee High School Mock Trial Advances to State for the first time in 5 years

After competing in districts and eliminating more than 150 other mock trial teams, Waukee High School’s Mock Trial took the podium at the Iowa State High School Mock Trial Tournament on March 26 and 27. For the first time in five years, the team of ten WHS students took on... Read More

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Waukee APEX Students attend first annual Modeling the Future Challenge in New York City

February 25-27, four Waukee APEX student associates and Financial and Insurance instructor Jesse Hunt attended the first annual Modeling the Future Competition in New York City, New York. Two of the Waukee APEX teams, known as Alpha and Bravo, were selected out of 54 teams for the finals.

Teams had... Read More

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Term 3 Silver Cord Recognition

WHS Silver Cord LogoThe purpose of the Waukee Silver Cord Program is to instill within the students the importance of community service and encourage students to be accountable for investing in their own education and in the community on a regular basis during their school years. Students can volunteer in their local, national or... Read More

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Waukee High School Theatre Presents The Hunchback of Notre Dame

For the first time in the state of Iowa, audiences have the chance to view the epic musical production of The Hunchback of Notre Dame, based on the novel by Victor Hugo and featuring songs from the Disney film. This historic production hits the stage at Waukee High School... Read More

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Waukee Trombone Ensemble

“Budding Trombonists” are growing at Waukee Middle School!  The Waukee Trombone Ensemble is up & running again this year, featuring trombonists, grades 6 -12 on a volunteer basis.  Early morning rehearsals twice a month are preparing this group for two spring performances:  WMS 6th Band Concert at 6:00pm & WMS... Read More
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Two State Runner Up Finishes for Warrior Wrestlers

The Waukee wrestling team capped off the most successful season in school history with a busy but productive week at Wells Fargo Arena.  Four grueling days of wrestling yielded two state runner up trophies and eight top five individual medalists.

The Warriors began the week on Wednesday competing in the... Read More

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Construction Update: February 2018

Elementary #9- Radiant

Waukee Community School District approved a land purchase agreement for a ninth elementary building at the May 9, 2016 Board of Education Meeting. The new elementary school will be located in Urbandale west of Alice’s road between Meredith and Waterford. Construction is expected to begin in the spring of... Read More

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Voters approve $117 million bond referendum for Waukee Community School District

3,310 voters turned out for Tuesday’s special election to issue general obligation bonds in the amount of $117 million. The bond referendum passed with a 90.27 percent voter approval. Sixty percent approval was needed. 

Waukee Community School District (WCSD) will move forward with plans to construct a new 10-12, 1,800-student... Read More

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