Wenatchee Learns Connect News

Dr. Paul Gordon will be interviewing for the position of superintendent on February 21st. Gordon is the third of three finalists selected by the Wenatchee School Board of Direct...

Shawn Woodward will be interviewing for the position of superintendent on February 20th. Woodward is the second of three finalists selected by the Wenatchee School Board of Dire...

Michael Musick Ph.D will be interviewing for the position of superintendent on February 19th.  Musick is the first of three finalists selected by the Wenatchee School Board...

From time to time during the winter months, the weather may force a change in the normal school schedule. We want you to be prepared and know where to get information. Now is...

A recent social media challenge directed at children and young adults, called the “Momo Challenge”, is creating concern throughout the country. While there have been...

Be a part of the conversation! Starting on Monday, January 7 the Wenatchee School District will be participating in the Speak Up Research Project for Digital Learning. Speak Up ...

The Wenatchee School Board of Directors invites those interested in participating in the final phase of the superintendent search to apply to serve on a stakeholder interview committee.

2 Hour Delay - Dec 12

December 12, 2018

2 Hour Delay This is an important message from Wenatchee School District. There will be a 2-Hour Delay For Wenatchee Schools on Wed, Dec. 12 All buses and school...

School Delays and Closures due to Inclement Weather: What you need to know It doesn’t happen very often, even in the snowy Wenatchee Valley, but occasionally school may b...

The Town Toyota Center marketing group have partnered with iFiber to recognize a teacher every quarter of the school year in North Central Washington. The public is encouraged t...

Survey for staff, students, parents, and community. The survey closes Nov. 1

October is National Principals Month. Wenatchee School District celebrates our superhero principals and assistant principals for their hard work to make our schools great. Join ...

Get ready for school to start with the August Back to School edition of Inside Wenatchee Schools. Inside this edition: School and transportation info, meals at school, kids t...

  Serve Wenatchee Valley's annual Clothes for the Classroom event is ready to help kids in our community get ready for school. Over 900 kids will receive free je...

The Wenatchee School District is pleased to welcome Diana Haglund as its new director of communications. Haglund will replace retiring WSD public information officer Teri Fink. ...

The Wenatchee School District recognized business partners and community mentors for their support of career-connected learning at the 3rd Annual Partner Appreciation Luncheon and Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, May 23 at Ohme Gardens. Career-Connected learning is a continuum of awareness, exploration, and work experiences developed through public-private partnerships.

The innovative public-private partnership known as the Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) announced its newest cohort of 1,862 Scholars this week - which includes 17 Wenatchee High seniors, whose combined award totals $382,500.00

On Tuesday, May 8, 2018 Wenatchee Learns Connect and Wenatchee Valley College will host two different career-connected learning experiences for 600, 8th-grade boys and girls on the Wenatchee Valley College Campus —Pizza, Pop and Power Tools for girls, and Guys and Guts for boys.

Volunteers needed for the WHS International Economic Mini Summit. The Summit is a fun and challenging game where student teams represent the countries of the world. They compete to “raise the standard of living” by applying their knowledge and skills in problem solving, international trade, finance, banking, debate, video production and even designing creative costumes and country displays. Economics, Finance, Technology, Creativity, Teamwork, Problem Solving, Writing, Speaking, Debate and Design….It’s all in the Summit Program!

The Wenatchee School Community Learning Center (CLC) after school program will be hosting an informational session on Tuesday, March 27 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at the Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce, 137 N. Wenatchee Ave. Wenatchee, for businesses and community organizations who are interested in being involved in after school programming.

Superintendent Brian Flones and community businessman John McQuaig appeared on Wake Up Wenatchee Valley to talk about the upcoming Bond to modernize Wenatchee High School.

Wenatchee High School Career and Technical Education (CTE) students will host a variety of hands-on career connected learning stations for over 500 Wenatchee School District fifth-graders at the second annual 5G Future Fest, Tuesday, February 13 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Town Toyota Center.