West Liberty CSD Serving the communities of Atalissa, Nichols, and West Liberty, Iowa U.S. Postage Non-profit Organization PAID Permit No. 40 NEWSLETTER West Liberty, IA 52776 Postal Customer Volume 17 Issue 10 May 6, 2009 Published monthly during the school year Web Site: www.wl.k12.ia.us SCHOOL DIRECTORY 2nd ANNUAL School Board Recognition Week Pre-Kindergarten 627-5089 WLCSD RUN/WALK May 10-16 FOR THE SCHOOLS Headstart West Elementary 627-4243 Principal: Nancy Gardner Secretary: Sylvia Havlin A HUGE SUCCESS Start Time: 8:15 a.m. The Run/Walk for the Schools End Time: 3:00 p.m. was held on Saturday, May 2nd. Spon- Middle School 627-2118 sors were very pleased and felt it was a Principal: Vicki Vernon big success. 218 registered runners and Technology: Josh Jackson Secretary: Kate Madsen walkers of all ages turned out for this Secretary: Tracy Ramirez school benefit. Start Time: 8:10 a.m. End Time: 2:55 p.m. Bus The net proceeds will go to Pictured above left to right 2008-09 Board Members: Kevin Minor, Claire LeMay, 3:00 p.m. Town the Elementary and Middle School President, Mike Duytschaver, Vice-President, Priscilla Haessig, and Tim Buysse. High School 627-2115 playground equipment and for recon- Principal: James Hamilton ditioning the high school track. Making Strides in Public Education Dean/AD: Brian Bullis Many thanks go to all the vol- Guidance: Harry Christofferson Your school board is working to help all Secretary: Deb Kivi unteers that helped make this success- Secretary: Pamela Ramirez Cruz ful and our gratitude to MidWestOne students make strides toward success. Secretary: Stephanie Martin Bank and West Liberty Foods for Take the time to say thanks. Start Time: 8:05 a.m. End Time: 3:05 p.m. sponsoring this event for the 2nd year. Iowa Association of School Boards 6000 Grand Ave.-DesMoines, IA 50312-1417 Central Office 627-2116 Superintendent: Robert Mata 1-800-795-4272 www.ia-sb.org Business Mgr: Tom Anderson Curriculum: Lisa Stevenson Translator: Paula Wood Happy Secretary: Joy Burr Retirement Secretary: Melody Henderson Office Hours: 7:30-4:00 Nurse, Board of Education Judy Mully President: Mike Duytschaver & email@example.com Vice-President: Priscilla Haessig 6th Grade firstname.lastname@example.org Teacher, Tim Buysee Ken Ingalls! email@example.com Pictured above is Cindy Mays, Claire LeMay MidWestOne Bank representative firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you presenting awards to the high school Kevin Minor for your winners Cody Martin and Gabby Ra- email@example.com many mos for the WLCSD Run/Walk design Board Secretary: Tom Anderson years of firstname.lastname@example.org competition. This design was used for advertising on the posters and t-shirts. service to School Board Meeting Info WLCSD! The School Board meets the first and third Mondays of the month. May 4th Free Summer Food Service Program to take place at MS Cafeteria & the remainng through August in the HS Library @ 6 pm. Chris Wilson, WLCSD Food Service Director announced that WL Schools will be sponsoring a food service program Inclement weather conditions this summer beginning June 8. Any child able to feed themselves up to the age of 18 may eat at any of the sites available in Questions concerning early release, West Liberty, Atalissa or Nichols. The only stipulation is that the child must eat on site. There will be 2 sites located in West school delays or cancellations due to Liberty and one in Atalissa and Nichols. There is no charge for this meal. Mrs. Wilson hopes that this program will provide weather will be recorded on the following a substantial, healthy meal for those children that may otherwise go hungry. Watch for flyers around town and our school numbers: 627-8282 or 1-888-391-9282 and website at www.wl.k12.ia.us released by School Messenger telephone system. All toll free callers should use the 627#. National Teacher Appreciation Week May 4 - 8 On two hour delays, breakfast will not be served in any of the buildings. Teacher Appreciation Weekforobserved annually as a way parents, students, and the and support of the teaching profession. This week is an opportunity is everyone--school district, of strenthening respect for community--to express their gratitude Pre-kindergarten/Headstart weather and appreciation for the work and dedication of the teachers in the West Liberty Schook District. delay information May 5th is “National Teacher Day.” The National Education Teacher Association’s Teacher Day theme is, “Great On two hour delays, breakfast, lunch and morning pre-kindergarten will not be Teachers Make Great Public Schools.” This draws attention to the crucial role that teachers play in making sure every child held. receives a quality public education and conveys the hard work they do each day to make public schools great for every child. Teachers in our district Pre-K building: Tasha Cantrell, Julie Evans, and Lillian Ortiz. Elementary building: Silvia IN THIS ISSUE Alvarez, Sarah Axtell, Marnie Barnett, Lynne Boston, Leann Graves, Jane Boyd, Dina Burgos, Carol Cline, Erin Fitzer, School Contact Information............1 Nancy Gardner, Principal, Terri Goos, Lori Hudson, Russ Hughes, Karen Jedlicka, Barb King, Velina McTaggart, Sheila Inclement Weather Conditions......1 Neels, Krista Aird, Jenna Nicol, Becky Pitman, Mark Plum, Sheila Polman, Montserra Prieto, Marciana Tharp, Marcia Thie, School Board Recognition...............1 Carmen West, Kim Wiele, Jan Wyatt, Mandi Wulf, Suzanne Yeast. Middle School: Sarah Albarracin, Donita Anderson, Free Summer Food Service............1 Run/Walk for the Schools................1 Vickie Anderson, Carolyn Antone-Page, Lisa Beal, Ana Maria de la Cruz, Nancy Ekwall, Jim Evans, Kelsie Garcia, Tonya Retirements.....................................1 Gingerich, Tyler Gross, Jenny Hagens, Cindy Hambright, Rich Hambright, Paula Hanson, Ryan Hayes, Susan Helgerson, Elementary News............................2 Ken Ingalls, Midge Jennings, Michelle Knowles, Nikki Koenig, Jeni Laughlin, Patty Laughlin, Lindsey Lynch, Jessica Mad- Middle School News .......................3 sen, Sandra Malagon, Eugene Malone, Molly Martens, Anna Matykowski, Brenda Miller, Pamela Miller-DeKeyser, Karen May Lunch & Activity Calendar....4 Morrison, Kelly Morrison, Gene Nelson, Meagan Nelson, Rich Oberfoel, Patricio Otero, Carolyn Probst, Marilyn Rasmus- Central Office Moving.....................4 sen, Melody Russell, Dan Stevenson, Vicki Vernon, Principal, Jennifer VonBergen, Darci Watts, Barb Wilcox. High School: High School News...........................5 Michael Albarracin, Stacey Alex, Richard Brand, Brian Bullis, Harry Christofferson, Melanie Clark, Michael Czarnecki, So- District Art Show............................6 nia de Jesus Becerro, Curt Diemer, Joe Donovan, Natalie Erlandson, Mike Gunn, Shelley Hagerty, Jim Hamilton, Principal, District News ..................................6 Fran Harmsen, Sarah Harvey, Marc Hauschildt, Jolee Hernandez, Gladys Insko, Jason Iske, James Laughlin, Joe Lawton, Joel Superintendent Notes.....................7 Murphy, Ryan Murphy, Nadia Olsen, Dee Ann Patterson, Sam Paul, Melia Raitt, Sandra Reishus, Jeff Richardson, Melissa School Survey ...........................7 & 8 2009-2010 Registration Dates.........8 Tourangeau, Chris Visser and Deb Weiss. Central Office, Superintendent Robert Mata and Curriculum Director, Lisa Ste- venson. 2 Elementary News West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, May 6, 2009 Day CAMP READ-A-LOT Celebración of May 8 at del Día the Kimberly Park C The Elementary will host a day at del niño camp in Kimberly Park on May 8 (Rain Date is May 15) h Activities will include… • Writing postcards/Reading Jose & Vanessa Vargas enjoy a game of lotería i postcards fromhome during Día del Nño Celebration. • Bubbles and poems • Tie-Dye Bandanas/Camp l • Clothes Relay Race Nature Hike d • Nature Center (furs, snake skins, etc.) • Storytelling/Campfire songs r • Parachute A camp lunch will be provided for all! e To be successful, an event of this size takes many volunteers. We need your help! Spaces are open for a morning Puppetry making was a big hit during the Food always makes any gathering fun! n shift, an afternoon shift, or all day. Please consider helping out on this fun Dia del Nino! day. Contact Mandi Wulf at 627- An absolutely wonderful celebration of 4243 ext. 24 or email@example.com to sign up or for more volunteer informa- Día del Niño (Children’s Day)was held tion! on Thursday, May 30 at the Elementary! Elementary Lotería (bingo), puppet-making, Mexi- can dancers and food all added to a Health Fair very festive atmosphere! The Comité was enjoyed did a fabulous job of hosting an enjoy- able evening for families. by all Students performed several Mexican dances. News from the Elementary and Dr. Gardner Poetry was in the air at the Elementary with “Poem in Your Pocket Day.” I enjoyed hearing many a poem recited by students as well as attending my first ever poetry slam in Ms. Nicols’ classroom. What a great way to get the entire building excited by this genre. Here is a short paragraph from a weekly newsletter I receive that focuses on parent involvement. I think it makes a good point that there are many ways in which parents can be involved and support their child’s education: In this issue we will be discussing one of the most important aspects of parental involvement. The best part is: parents can do this without ever coming to school. As a matter of fact, parents can do this without leaving the house! What is it? Creating a Home Learning Environment. What is a Home Learning Environment? A Home Learning Environment is an environment at home that supports what you are doing at school. It includes things like: Above Ms. Jedlicka enjoys her • A flat surface to do homework with a light above it evening instructing elementary • Age-appropriate reading materials students on brushing their teeth. • The modeling of reading and learning • Positive comments about reading and learning Ms.King • Having a consistent homework time each day reads to • An environment conducive to reading or learning Vanessa • An organized environment where deadlines and papers do not get lost Vargas. Schools can help parents create a home learning environment by providing the following: Miss Vargas • Sample schedules for after school homework study times that a typical family might use looks to be • Provide books for families that may struggle to acquire books for their child to read enjoying the • Information about what a "homework zone" might look like in a house: quiet, well-lit, comfortable, etc. story as she • Information on homework policies and how to monitor, and discuss schoolwork at home listens and • Information on how to assist students to improve skills on various class and school assignments acts along. • Regular schedule of homework that requires students to discuss and interact with families on what they are learning in class • Calendars with activities for parents and students at home • Family math, science, and reading, activities at school • Goal setting for students with families each year, and for future plans for college or work PTO reading night scheduled for Monday, May 18th The next PTO meeting will be held on Monday, May 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Elementary work room (please note the change of time). PTO will also be hosting the final Family Reading Night of the school year on Monday, May 18 from 6:30- 7:15 p.m. in the Elementary gym. Students in Pre-K through 4th grade and their families are invited to come and hear Scrubby bear makes an appearance at stories and have a snack. We hope to see you there! the Elementary Health Fair. West Liberty Community School District Mission Statement Provide a safe environment for students to become responsible, contributing members of a diverse, global, and changing society. West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, May 6, 2009 Middle School News 3 Middle School Good Readers Pictured above is Mrs. Article written by Hailey Cox, 7th grade student and pictured with Ms. Russell Ekwall’s 4th grade class and to the right is Mrs. Madsen’s Mr. Stevenson’s 7th grade geography class was studying Southwest class. And pictured below Asia when we had a guest speaker come is Mrs. Laughlin’s 4th grade in. Ms. Russell, the 7th grade language class all displaying their rib- arts teacher who had previously lived bons for their good work for in Kuwait, came in to talk to us. We learned about the Five Pillars of Islam reading. and how the people of Kuwait dress. She also told us about some of the con- flicts they have with each other. It was Fourth graders participated in really nice to have someone who had the Coralville Noon Optimist Club really lived there come in to talk to us. Good Reader Program again this year. The Five Pillars were really Two exceptional readers, Rachel Mill- interesting to learn about. They are: age and Noah Feldman, read eighteen faith or believe in the oneness of God books -twice as many as required to and finality of the Prophet hood of earn their Good Reader buttons. Every Muhammad, establishment of daily student in Mrs. Ekwall’s class par- prayer, concern and almsgiving to the ticipated, achieving either level two or needy, self purification through fasting, three. Students pictured are: and last but not least, the pilgrimage to Mrs. Ekwall’s Class: Clarissa Rocha, Mecca for those who are able. Juan Hernandez, Alex Gentry, Katie Lehman, Emmanuel Lopez, Jared She brought in some of the Johnson, Ana Molina, Jazmine Erives, clothes that women would wear in Ku- Tamara Wisman (10 books), Aus- wait. I got to try some of it on! There tin Buysee, Adriana Dominguez (13 were many layers and it covered my books), Jorge Rodriguez, Andres Gar- whole body, even my face, but I could cia, Dylan Clifford, Elizabeth Hoang, still see. They dress themselves like that because of their religion. They cover Elizabeth Pearson, Brittany Rock, Noah Feldman (18 books), and Rachel their heads because of the extreme heat. The women also use the clothes to Sharpen Your Summer Math Skills Millage (18 books). Mrs. Lauglin’s Class: Angel Tobon, protect their identity. Their dress there is very important to how they live. A s summer begins your middle school and high school math teachers encourage you to log on and visit these websites. These valuable websites will help Roberto Negrete, Ryan Garvin, Andres Garcia-Vargas, Samantha Ramirez, Kuwait is one of the smallest your child practice and maintain math skills and are appropriate for students of all Alyssa McMichael, Blayne McAtee, countries in the world, but one of the ages and abilities. Marcelo Castaneda, Jenny Castillo, largest oil producers. Sometimes it had Interactive websites your child might be interested in using Morgan Nichols, Noah Bierman, Itzhel difficulty deciding with Iraq whose side include… Bejarano, Belinda Heckman, Giselle some oil fields are on. The USA is over • www.illuminations.nctm.org Coreas, and Jenna Giamba. there right now trying to help them • www.hoagiesgifted.org/math.htm Mrs. Madsen’s Class: Mario Gamon, get their political issues under control. • www.standards.nctm.org/document/eexamples Emma Melick, Kelzi Mather, Jaida They are undergoing a lot of change • www.math.hmc.edu/funfacts Dalton, Makayla Kellor, and Zachary right now. • www.nces.ed.gov/nceskids/ Merriman. We really learned a lot about • www.nlvm.usu.edu Miss Hanson’s Class: Jennifer Sanchez Kuwait when Ms. Russell came and • www.shodor.org Miss Helgerson’s Class: talked to our class. It was very interest- • www.education.ti.com Hadlyn Anderson ing to hear about all this stuff, espe- • High school Math Websites Recognition for outstanding book- cially how they dressed. It was really • Trigonometry reference sheet: http://learning.mgccc.cc.ms.us/math/math- marks went to Kelzi Mather, Jaida cool to learn about the culture from docs/trig/trigcard.pdf Dalton, Emma Melick, Alex Gentry, somebody who had really lived there. • Exam Prep center: http://www.regentsprep.org/ Rachel Millage, Jorge Rodriguez and • Resources and Links: http://www.purplemath.com/ Jennifer Sanchez. • Calculus: http://www.calculusapplets.com/ The program was created to • PreCalculus Book Website;http://www.classzone.com/ offer students a non-sports-related program and to encourage them to read Third grade health team different types of books, learn about libraries and study current events. West learns to produce healthy food Liberty has been participating in this The third grade health team finished up the school year reading program for more than ten with a sack lunch and garden activity. The team met with Mrs. years. Mully and her two UI student nurses. The group had a healthy sack lunch provided by Chris Wilson and her staff. Mrs. Mully and her student nurses brought pea pods, turnips, avocados, pears, Have a safe and fun strawberries and grapes for the team to try. Then the group plant- summer! See you again on ed a container garden. They planted lettuce and radishes. We hope to enjoy our produce before school is out. August 25th. 4 District News West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, May 6, 2009 H.S. 3rd Quarter Honor Roll May Events May 2009 School Lunch Principal’s Honor Roll (4.0-5.0): Seniors: May 1-5 - See WLCSD website May 6 May 20 B-Waffles B-French toast Jaime Alvarez, Brooke Bowie, Kristin May 6 - Early Release Brown, Jacob Burroughs, Rex Carter, S-Pizza Bar S-Hot dog bar Athletic Boosters Mtg @ HS 6 pm L-Burritos, lettuce, tomatoes & cheese, pine- Emily Christensen, Erin Conley, Shelby L-Burritos, lettuce & tomatoes, strawberries, May 7 - 5-8th Gr Band & Choir Concert chocolate ice cream apple, brownie Cruise, Taylor Feldman, Dakota Fix, Ian @ HS Auditorium 7 pm (Mrs. Hudson’s Kdg. Class) May 21 Hamilton, Ethan Harvey, Matthew Har- vey, Monica Hernandez, Megan Howes, G Golf Vs CCA/Wilton/WB 4 pm May 7 B-Waffles Tomas Lira, Martin Lopez, Chelsea Meade, Soccer Vs Monticello B-H/ G-t (V 1st) 4:30 B-Cinnamon Toast S-Cheese Justin Meyers, Kyler Meyers, Cale Olt- May 8 - Early Release S-Breakfast Bar L-Cook’s choice, macaroni & cheese, corn, manns, Priscilla Partida, Matthew Pelzer, JH G/B Trk @ WBranch 4 pm L-Pizza, veggies & dip, muffins, frozen mixed fruit Lindsey Peters, Benjamin Probst, Jordan HS B Trk @ Tipton Inv 5 pm peaches May 22 Ramos, Tyler Rocha, Florinda Rosales, HS G Trk @ Wilton Inv 5 pm May 8 B-Bagels B-French toast S-Ham Mireya Salazar. Juniors: Eric Adams, Jose G Soccer @ Wellman 4:30 pm Bernabe Corrales, John Dvorak, Jackyln S-Ham salad L-Deli wrap, lettuce & tomatoes, pears, jello May 9 - HS State Musical Festival, Lg May 25 - NO SCHOOL Even, Abby Feldman, Mason Garcia, L-Hot dog on bun, french fries, baked beans, Group 2A @ Tipton grapes May 26 Breann Jarrard, Catherine Martinez, Jessica JH B Trk @ MPrairie 9 am May 11 B-Blueberry waffles Maurer, Rachel Revelez, Jorge Rivera JR, Lauren Roth, Monica Ruiz, Rainy Dey Soccer Vs Dav Assumption/Solon @ B-Blueberry waffles S-No salad bar Schneckloth, Nathan Smith. Sophomores: Davenport TBD S-Pepperoni L-Corn dogs, baked beans, mandarin oranges, Jacob Boehme, Eric Brown, Alejandro Cas- May 11 - G Golf CVC @ WL 1 pm L-Tacos, lettuce, tomatoes & cheese, oranges, raspberry sherbet taneda, Emma Conley, Rebecca Hartman, G Soccer @ IC Regina 4:30 cookie May 27 Molly Kordick, Kaitlin Martin, Hailie HS SB Practice begins May 12 B-Pancake sausage sticks Rock, Andres Ruelas, Miller Thamma- PTO meeting @ Elementary 7:30 pm (note B-Pancake sausage sticks S-No salad bar S-Egg salad L-Walking tacos, lettuce & tomatoes, pine- vongsa, Alberto Villarreal, Morgan Weaver. new time) Freshmen: Emily Archer, Nicholas L-Hoagies, lettuce & tomatoes, pickle spear, apple, mousse May 12 - Fine Arts Banquet at Musc May 28 Arensdorf, Hernan Bernabe, Carolyn Brug- pineapple & strawberries County Activity Center @ 6:00 p.m. May 13 B-Cook’s choise man, Brendan Conley, Spencer Feldman, B Golf CVC @ Saddleback 9 am B-English muffin S-No salad bar Clayton Heick, Jordan Johnson, Shannon Kelly, Sabrina Malagon, Avery Meyers, HS G/B Trk CVC @ Tipton 4 pm S-Potato bar L-Chicken nuggets, macaroni corn bake, Jordan Meyers, Matthew Millage, Hannah May 13 - Early Release L-Salisbury steak, mashed potatoes & gravy, peaches, cookie Miller, Diego Rocha, Lucas Rock, Isaiah May 14 - G Golf Vs Tipton 4 pm broccoli & cheese, wheat roll May 29 Rodriguez, Edwin Sagastume, Johnathan B Soccer Vs Williamsburg 4:30 pm May 14 B-Cook’s choise Swails, Andy Thammavongsa. Kindergarten Parent Information Night B-Breakfast bar S-No salad bar Blue Honor Roll (3.5-3.999): Seniors: Car- @ Elementary 6:30-7:30 pm S-Pasta bar L-Cook’s choice sandwich, potatoes, fruit, L-Nachos, lettuce & tomatoes, refried beans, dessert los Amaya, Samantha Bassler, Cecilia Du- Senior’s Award @ Auditorium 7:30 pm ran, Tyler Feldman, Jenna Hostetler, Sony peaches June 1 May 15 - B Golf 2A Sectionals TBD B-French toast Houang, Cody Hudson, Andrea Kordick, May 15 JH G/B Trk WL Co-ed Inv. @ 4 pm B-Long John S-No salad bar Bjorn Kuhre-Holmquist, Jody Lothi, Milka HS G/B Trk 2A Dist/Regionals @ Central S-Tuna Salad L-Pizza, lettuce & dressing, vegetables, cherry Martinez Medina, Ashlyrenee Meraz, Manuel Rodriguez JR, Paul Sanchez, Nora Lee 4 pm L-Chicken drummies, peas, strawberries & juice bar Sanchez-Castaneda, Stacie Stecker, TyAnh May 16 - G Soccer WL Tournament 9 am bannanas, wheat roll June 2 Van Hoang, Jordyn Weinard, Emily West, May 18 - School Board Mtg. @ HS May 18 B-Pancakes Kira Yoder. Juniors: Lucas Archer, Aaron Library 6 pm B-Pancakes S-No salad bar Campbell, Ilse Garcia, Dylan Hillyer, PTO Reading Night Pre-K through 4th S-Chicken L-Chicken strips, mixed vegetables, peaches, Kelsey Meyers, Roselia Nino, Gabriella grade students & families 6:30-7:15 pm L-Schoolrites, potato wedges, cauliflower & homemade bread cheese, applesauce bar June 3 Ramos, Adrian Rocha, Courtney Rock, at the Elementary gym Zachery Vance, Jasmarina Walshire, Jen- May 19 B-Blueberry waffles G Golf 2A Districts @ WL S-No salad bar nifer Wilkerson. Sophomores: Alexis B-Donuts JH B Trk @ Tipton 4 pm S-Pepperoni L-Sack lunches Aragon, Jeremy Drayfahl, Michelle Greif, JH G Trk CVC @ IC Regina 4 pm L-Pizzatas, green beans, cherries, vanilla ice Thales Haskell, Laura Juarez Najera, Pablo G Soccer Vs Burlington ND 4:30 cream Rocha, Maria Sanchez. Freshmen: Abigail Barten, Chase Boley, Katherine Chaviano, May 19 - K-12 Art Show @ HS 5-7 pm G Soccer @ Clinton 4:30 pm Jazmin Garcia, Chase Hamilton, Boyd Haskell, Eduardo Hernandez, Emily Lyon, B Soccer Vs IC Regina 5:30 pm Oh where, oh where are the Central Erik McKillip, Bernardo Partida, Alicia Rocha, Miguel Rodriguez, Kory Wiele. May 20 - Early Release Fine Arts Boosters Mtg. 6:30 pm @ HS Office staff? White Honor Roll (3.0-3.4999): Seniors: Ambar Aragon, Maritza Castaneda, Jordan May 21-23 - HS G/B Track @ DSM TBD May 21 - Baccalaureate @ St. Mary Oh where, oh where could they be? Geertz, Hillary Goos, Shauna Hargrave, Catholic Church-Nichols 7:30 pm The new Middle School project is making progress. If you have driven Matthew Hartman, Calista Heckman, Graduation Candidates & family by the Early Childhood/AdministrationOffices at 203 E. 7th Street you may Maxwell Hons, Veronica Machado, Jona- May 22 - JH Band @ Adventureland have seen the walls and roof are taking shape and the ground work is almost than Martin, Kimberly Mayes, Latrisha Prater, Julie Rodriguez, Jesenia Ruiz. Ju- B Golf 2A Districts TBD @ Kalona completed for the new media center. Excitement is in the air at the Central niors: Abrham Bernabe, Cody Brenneman, May 22 - Seniors’ last day Office as we prepare to temporarily move our office on Friday, May 15th to Madalyn DeVore, John Douangmala, Elia May 24 - Graduation 1 pm @ HS gym the high School. The new administration offices will be located at the present Farias, Yanett Gallegos, Rafael Gamon, May 25 - NO SCHOOL Memorial Day Service Elementary building at 111 West 7th Street, after remodeling is completed. Kayla Huff, Romualdo Jacobo, Carlos Jacques, Jairo Lopez, Catalyna Lozano, HS Band @ Cemetery Speculation is that they will be housed in the high school until mid-August. Monica Morris, Zachary Newcomb, Tyrus BB @ WBranch (FS/V) 5:30 pm You can reach adminsitration office employees at our present phone number Nortman, Ryne Paul, Ana Pedro Francisco, May 26 - G Golf 2A Regionals @ I.C. (319) 627-2116. Gonzalo Ramirez, Marlon Sagastume- G Soccer Vs Mt Vernon 4:30 As for now and until May 15th if you visit the Central Offices you Lucero, Hillary Schnoebelen, Christopher May 26 - B Soccer 1A District TBD must park along the 8th Street alley, enter through the north door, and then Silva, Kasandra Smith, Jesus Sotelo, Abdias Torres-Jimenez. Sophomores: Thomas May 27 - Early Release follow the signs through the building to reach the offices. If you are unable to Allen, Dillon Brooke, Stephanie Brugman, BB @ WBranch (9DH) 5:30 pm climb stairs and would like for someone to meet with you, call and whomever Manuel Cabrera, Dillon Christensen, Jesse BB Vs C.Jct. (FS/V) 5:30 pm you need will then meet with you at a more convenient location. Davis, Agustin Francisco Martinez, Luis May 28 - BB Vs WBranch (VDH) 5:30 pm Gallegos, Malcolm Howes, Brianda Mata, V G Soccer Vs Cono-Christian 4:30 Ms. Polman’s Rosa Montelongo, Jason Montes De Oca B Soccer substate (Rd 2) TBD first grade Cardenas, Adrian Moran, David Rios, May 29-SB @ Calamus-Wheatland Haley Smith, Samantha Smith, Samuel 5:30/7:15 pm class Stecker, Melissa Tyler, Blaine Williams. BB Vs WBranch (FSDH) 5:30 enjoys lunch Freshmen: Gilberto Cruz, Erin DeVore, May 29-30 - B Golf State Meet @ DSM with Lizett Fernandez, James Fritz, Alejandro Garcia, Ulises Jacques, Dulce Martinez, May 30 - SB @ L&M Inv. TBD Elementary Geraleeander Meraz, Gina Montagna, JUNE 2009 June 1 - G Soccer 1A Regional TBD Principal, Karla Murguia, Nicole Noble, Erika Ruiz, Gage Shellady, Abigail Toribio, Alexis Var- June 1-2 - G Golf State Meet @ DSM Dr. Gardner gas, Holly Womachka, Brandon Zapien. West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, May 6, 2009 High School News 5 AP English Exam May 7 IT Club enjoys competition and sharing their programs with Ms. Nicols’ class E ight students from the High School’s IT (Information Technology) Club participated in the IT Olympics held at Hilton Coliseum in Ames on April 20 and 21. This competition showcased the knowledge of nearly 400 high school AP U.S. History Exam May 8 students on 83 teams across three venues: cyber defense, robotics, and game de- sign. All eight students from West Liberty participated in the game design venue. The team of Emily West, Agnes Jansson, and Pay Lompayen finished fourth place. The team of Brendan Conley and Blaine Williams finished fifth. And the team of Jordan Meyers, Jesse Sotelo, and Andy Lopez finished seventh out of thirteen teams. The IT Club is advised by high school teacher Marc Hauschildt. High School math teacher Ryan Murphy participated as a mentor during this event. Pictured above are the IT Club with Ms. Nicols’ elementary class. These students joined Ms. Nicol’s first grade class on Tuesday, April 14. The elementary students wrote short poems using the characters in the IT Club student’s game design programs. Then the IT Club members animated them and showed Ms. Nicols’ class their stories with animation. High school students in the pictures include: Emily West, Agnes Jans- son, Manuel Rodriguez, Pay Lompayen, Brendan Conley, Blaine Williams, Jesse Sotelo, Andy Lopez, and Jordan Meyers. AP Biology Exam May 11 AP Calculus Exam May 6 And the fun begins....AP exams will take place the first and 2nd week of May for those high school students who have been studying all year long. We wish we these students good luck. Class of 2009 just getting wound up.. to wind down T he month of May always seems to be a time when senior parents and students find there is not enough time in a day to get everything accomplished, this year seems to be no exception, starting off with: AP testing for students the first and second week of May. • Fine Arts Banquet will be held on Tues., May 12 at the Fair- grounds Activity Center at 6:00 pm • Senior’s Award evening will take place on Thurs., May 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. • Baccalaureate will be held at St. Mary Catholic Church in Nichols on Thursday, May 21 at 7:30 p.m. This is a non-denominational service for graduating Seniors and their families to celebrate along with the local Pastoral Ministers of Nichols, Atalissa and West Liberty. • Commencement service on Sun., May 24 at the high school gymnasium at 1:00 p.m. All family and friends are invited to attend. 108 candidates will receive their diplomas upon completion of the WLSCD School Board graduation requirements. The class motto is, “Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising every time we fall.” Class colors are royal blue and white and the flower is a white rose. Vocal Students rise to the top at solo and small ensemble contest On Saturday, April 4 over 30 high school vocal music students elected to take pieces to Small Group Contest in Durant. Over the past few months they have been rehearsing, memorizing, and honing their vocal skills under the direction of High School Vocal Music Director, Natalie Erlandson. Each competing soloist/group sang 2 selections in front of a judge. Many were critiqued live directly after their performances. This great day of learning resulted in extraordinarily high marks from the judges. The following people earned a Division 1 (Superior) Rating: • Vocal Harmony Ensemble- Calista Heckman, Hannah Miller, Emily West, Hillary Frauenholtz, Mariah Swails, Jenny Wilkerson, Kristi Brown, Jacki Even, Jordan Ramos, Manuel Rodriguez, Drake Swails, Nico Revelez, Miguel Rodriguez, Rex Carter, Jimmy Douangmala, Eric Brown, Boyd Haskell, Lucas Rock, Matthew Millage, Ethan Harvey, Kyler Meyers • Men’s Ensemble- Manuel Rodriguez, Rex Carter, Nico Revelez, Alex Roman, Jimmy Douangmala, Eric Brown, Alex Garcia, Miguel Rodriguez, Matthew Millage, Ethan Harvey, Boyd Haskell, Lucas Rock • Female Quartet- Hannah Miller, Emily Archer, Abby Barten, Kristi Brown • Male Quartet- Manuel Rodriguez, Drake Swails, Eric Brown, and Matthew Millage • Mixed Trio- Emily West, Jordan Ramos, Manuel Rodrigurez • Unlike Duet- Breann Jarrard, Eric Brown • Like Duet- Emily West, Jacki Even • Solo- Erin Conley • Solo- Carolyn Brugman West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, April 29, 2009 District News 6 ¡Noticia muy importante! Thank You W.L. Very Important Notice! Attention all parents of Para todos los padres de niños que in- 9.¿Se permite una exención? Se permite una exención de forma in- School Administration, scribirán por la primera vez en una es- students enrolling into cuela de West Liberty y para TODOS dividual por razón religiosa o estrechez School Board, nuestros estudiantes que entrarán al económica. Para una exención religiosa, school for the first time el Certificado de Examen Dental debe Kindergarten y 9º Grado ….Un nuevo and ALL 9th Graders... mandato está vigente del Estado de Iowa ser firmado por un padre/tutor y un no- Faculty, Nurses, a new mandated Support Staff & que requiere un examen dental. tario. Para una exención de estrechez State of Iowa Public PREGUNTAS FRECUENTES económica el Certificado de Examen School Dental 1.¿Cuándo estará en vigor este requi- sito? Dental debe ser firmado por un den- tista, higienista dental, médico, asis- Volunteers For A Screening Requirement El requisito estará en vigor comenzando tente médico, enfermera registrada o Successful Policy is in effect! School Year! durante el año escolar 2008-2009. enfermera practicante. Nota: Los prov- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 2.¿A quién se aplica este requisito? eedores de cuidado de salud pueden fir- 1. When is the requirement effective? Los requisitos se aplican a TODOS los mar para estudiantes en primaria y se- The requirement begins during 2008-2009 estudiantes que se inscribirán en Kin- cundaria. school year. dergarten o el 9º Grado. Esto también 2. Who does the requirement include? incluye, estudiantes transfiriendo de una District K-12 Art Show to be held May 19 The requirement applies to ALL students escuela fuera del estado de cualquier enrolling in Kindergarten or 9th grade. grado primario o secundario. Este req- This would also include out-of-state transfer students for any elementary or high school uisito no se aplica a los estudiantes de grade. Foreign exchange students would not intercambio. be included. 3.¿El requisito incluye niños “home- 3. Does the requirement include children schooled” (que reciben su educación en who are home-schooled? el hogar)? No. The requirement only applies to students No. El requisito solamente se aplica a newly enrolling in an Iowa Public or accred- los estudiantes que se inscribirán en una ited nonpublic school. If a home-schooled escuela pública de Iowa o una escuela student transfers to an Iowa elementary or acreditada no-pública. Si un estudiante high school, a dental screen would be re- home-schooled transfiere a una escuela quired. 4. What is the timeline for a screening to primaria o secundaria de Iowa, se requi- be done? ere un examen dental. For elementary school, a screening that is 4.¿Cuándo es el tiempo en el cual se done between the age of 3 to 6 is accept- puede realizar el examen dental? able. For high school and transfer students, Para los niños de primaria, se acepta un a screening completed within one year prior examen expedido entre la edad de 3 y 6 to enrollment is acceptable. años. Para un estudiante de secundaria The district K-12 Art Show will be held at West Liberty High School on 5. Who can provide a screening? y estudiantes transferidos, se acepta un Tuesday, May 19th with a gallery walk open house from 5-7 p.m. Light refresh- The goal is that every child will have an examen expedido dentro del año previo ments will be offered. Pictured above is a photo of high school students working exam or screening by a dentist. However, de la matricula. on their acrylic paintings, many of which will be displayed during the show. Some- due to barriers in accessing care, this may not be possible for all families. For elemen- 5.¿Quién puede dar el examen dental? thing from every student that has passed through an art class (This includes ceram- tary students, the requirement allows that La meta es que cada niño tendrá un ics, drawing, painting, design, and sculpture) at the high school during this 08-09 a dentist, dental hygienist, physician assis- examen por un dentista. Sin embargo, school year will be on display. A program listing the names of the artists K-12 will tant, registered nursed, or nurse practitioner debido a barreras en acceder al cuidado also be available. may provide a screening. For high school dental, esto no puede ser posible para to- students, a screening must be provided by a das las familias. Para estudiantes de pri- dentist or dental hygienist. maria el requisito permite que un den- 6. What if a student does not have a den- tista, higienista dental, asistente médico, tist or has difficulty obtaining a screen- enfermera registrada, o enfermera prac- ing certificate? ticante, puede proporcionar el examen. No child without proof of a dental screen- ing will be prevented from attending school. Para estudiantes de secundaria, un ex- If families have difficulty meeting the re- amen debe ser realizado por un dentista quirement, the Iowa Department of Pub- o higienista dental. lic Health (IDPH) and local public health 6.¿Qué pasa si un estudiante no tiene a agencies will provide assistance to ensure un dentista familiar o tiene dificultades Middle School Art Pictured are that the dental screening is obtained. Public para obtener un certificado de examen? with Mr. Malone 3rd grade stu- Health dental hygienists serving as I-Smile Ningún niño sin prueba de un examen dents work- Coordinators are available to assist children dental será impedido de asistir a la es- ing on their and schools. cuela. Si una familia tiene dificultades self portraits 7. Will dental cards from the past be ac- cumpliendo con el requisito, el Depar- while 8th ceptable? No. The new Certificate of Dental Screen- tamento de Salud Pública de Iowa y graders work ing is the approved form. Only, the Certifi- agencias locales de salud pública propor- on geometric cate of Dental Screening will be acceptable cionará ayuda para asegurar que el estu- art work for after the 2008-09 school year. diante tenga un certificado de examen. the District 8. When do students need to turn in the Higienistas Dentales de Salud Pública Certificate of Dental Screening to the sirviendo como Coordinadores I-Smile Art Show. school? son disponibles para ayudar a los niños Hope to see IDPH recommends that he certificates be y las escuelas. you there! collected at schools as soon as possible. 7.¿Serán aceptadas tarjetas dentales an- 9. Are exemptions allowed? teriores? Exemptions are allowed on an individual basis for religious and financial hardship No. El nuevo Certificado de Examen reasons. For a religious exemption, the Cer- Dental es el único formulario aprobado. tificate of Dental Screening exemption must Solamente el Certificado de Examen be signed by a parent/guardian and nota- Dental (en inglés, Certificate of Dental rized. For a financial hardship exemption, Screening) será aceptada después del año the Certificate of Dental Screening exemp- escolar 2008-2009. tion must be signed by a dentist, dental hy- 8.¿Cuándo deben los estudiantes en- gienist, physician, physician assistant, reg- tregar el Certificado de Examen Dental istered nurse, or advanced registered nurse a la escuela? practitioner. Note: The listed health care El Departamento de Salud Pública de providers may sign for either elementary or high school grade levels. Iowa recomienda que entregue los certi- ficados lo más pronto posible. West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, May 6, 2009 District News 7 WE WANT IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENTS Applicants enrolled or attempting to enroll shall have received the following vaccines in accordance with the doses and age requirements listed below. If, at any time, the age of the child is between the listed ages, the child must have received the number of doses in the “Total Doses Required” column. Institution Age Vaccine Total Doses Required YOUR Less than 4 This is not a recommended administration schedule, but contains the minimum requirements for participation in licensed child care. Routine vaccination months of age begins at 2 months of age. Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis 1 dose 4 months Polio 1 dose through 5 FEEDBACK! haemophilus influenzae type B 1 dose months of age Pneumococcal 1 dose Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis 2 doses 6 months Polio 2 doses through 11 Licensed Child Care Center haemophilus influenzae type B 2 doses months of age Pneumococcal 2 doses Superintendent’s 12 months Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis Polio 3 doses 2 doses 2 doses; or Message – May 2009 through 18 months of age haemophilus influenzae type B Pneumococcal 1 dose received when the applicant is 15 months of age or older. 3 doses if the applicant received 1 or 2 doses before 12 months of age; or 2 doses if the applicant has not received any previous doses or has received 1 dose on or after 12 months of age. Bob Mata, Superintendent of Schools Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis 4 doses Polio 3 doses 3 doses, with the final dose in the series received on or after 12 months of age, or 1 dose received when the As part of our continuing efforts to improve our school district, we haemophilus influenzae type B applicant is 15 months of age or older. 19 months 4 doses; or through 23 Pneumococcal 3 doses if the applicant received 1 or 2 doses before 12 months of age; or months of age 2 doses if the applicant has not received any previous doses or has received 1 dose on or after 12 months of age. are asking that you take a few minutes to complete the survey found on this Measles/Rubella1 1 dose of measles/rubella-containing vaccine received on or after 12 months of age; or the applicant demonstrates a positive antibody test for measles and rubella from a U.S. laboratory. 1 dose received on or after 12 months of age if the applicant was born on or after September 15, 1997, unless the page. If you have Internet access, you may also complete this same survey Varicella applicant has had a reliable history of natural disease. on-line. Please go to our website at www.wl.k12.ia.us and click onto the Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis Polio 4 doses 3 doses 3 doses, with the final dose in the series received on or after 12 months of age; or 1 dose received when the survey link found in the “Quick Links” area. haemophilus influenzae type B applicant is 15 months of age or older. Hib vaccine is not indicated for persons 60 months of age or older. 4 doses if the applicant received 3 doses before 12 months of age; or Results of the survey will provide us baseline information related 24 months Pneumococcal 3 doses if the applicant received 2 doses before 12 months of age; or 2 doses if the applicant received 1 dose before 12 months of age or received 1 dose between 12 and 23 months of and older age; or to the District’s Performance Indicators. These Indicators are key measures 1 dose if no doses had been received prior to 24 months of age. Pneumococcal vaccine is not indicated for persons 60 months of age or older. 1 dose of measles/rubella-containing vaccine received on or after 12 months of age; or the applicant demonstrates a that have been established to determine progress toward achieving goals Measles/Rubella1 positive antibody test for measles and rubella from a U.S. laboratory. 1 dose received on or after 12 months of age if the applicant was born on or after September 15, 1997, unless the Varicella and outcomes in our District’s Improvement Plan. Annual reporting to the applicant has had a reliable history of natural disease. 3 doses, with at least 1 dose of diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis-containing vaccine received on or after 4 years of age if Board and our district-community on the Performance Indicators will begin the applicant was born on or before September 15, 2000; or Elementary or Secondary 4 doses, with at least 1 dose of diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis-containing vaccine received on or after 4 years of age if during the 2009-2010 academic year. Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis2, 3, 4, the applicant was born after September 15, 2000, but before September 15, 2003; or 5 doses with at least 1 dose of diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis-containing vaccine received on or after 4 years of age if the applicant was born on or after September 15, 2003. School (K-12) We would like to have your survey back by no later than May 22nd. DTaP is not indicated for persons 7 years of age and older. 3 doses, with at least 1 dose received on or after four years of age if the applicant was born on or before September 15, 2003; or You may drop off your completed survey at any of our schools, you may 4 years of age and older Polio5, 6 4 doses, with at least 1 dose received on or after four years of age if the applicant was born after September 15, 2003. mail your completed survey to our offices at 203 E. 7th Street, West Liberty, Measles/Rubella1 2 doses of measles/rubella-containing vaccine; the first dose shall have been received on or after 12 months of age; the second dose shall have been received no less than 28 days after the first dose; or the applicant demonstrates a positive antibody test for measles and rubella from a U.S. laboratory. IA, 52776, or you may complete the survey on-line. Hepatitis B 3 doses if the applicant was born on or after July 1, 1994. 1 dose received on or after 12 months of age if the applicant was born on or after September 15, 1997, but born Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this short before September 15, 2003, unless the applicant has had a reliable history of natural disease; or Varicella7 2 doses received on or after 12 months of age if the applicant was born on or after September 15, 2003, unless the applicant has a reliable history of natural disease. survey! We truly appreciate your feedback! Mumps vaccine may be included in measles/rubella-containing vaccine. 1 2 The 5th dose of DTaP is not necessary if the 4th dose was administered on or after 4 years of age. 3 Applicants 7 through 18 years of age who received their 1st dose of diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis-containing vaccine before 12 months of age should receive a total of 4 doses, with one of those doses administered on or after 4 years of age. 4 Applicants 7 through 18 years of age who received their 1st dose of diphtheria/tetanus/pertussis-containing vaccine at 12 months of age or older should receive a total of 3 doses, with one of those doses administered on or after 4 years of age. 5 If an applicant, born after September 15, 2003, received an all-inactivated poliovirus (IPV) or all-oral poliovirus (OPV) series a 4th dose is not necessary if the 3rd dose was administered on or after 4 years of age. If 4 polio doses are administered at greater than 6 weeks of age and the doses are all separated by at least 4-week intervals, a 5th dose is not needed, even if the 4th dose was administered before 4 years of Cut along the dotted line and mail to: School Survey - West Liberty Community School District- age. 6 If both OPV and IPV were administered as part of the series, a total of 4 doses are required, regardless of the applicant’s current age. 203 East 7th St.-West Liberty, IA 52776 or drop off at any of our school offices. 7 Administer 2 doses of varicella vaccine, at least 3 months apart, to applicants less than 13 years of age. Do not repeat the 2nd dose if administered 28 days or greater from the 1st dose. Administer 2 doses of varicella vaccine to applicants 13 years of age or older at least 4-weeks apart. The minimum interval between the 1st and 2nd dose of varicella for an applicant 13 years of age or older is 28 days. Pictured above is a chart that may help you in determining immunizations needed by pre-school and school age children. Superintendent Executive Council visits WL Foods Pictured above are some of the Executive council members on the WL Foods operation tour The West Liberty Community School Dis- trict Superintendent Executive Council consists of all administrators and directors of our school district. They meet every Tuesday morning to keep everyone abreast of what is happening throughout the district. Progress among buildings are shared and everyone can input their group ideas. Curriculum director, Dean of students & activities, food service, maintenance, com- munity liaison/district translator and technology; as well as business manager, superintendent secretary and the superintendent all attend these weekly meetings. Every element of our school district is represented and communication within the district is therefore heard first-hand to discuss issues that may effect our children or staff. Frequently guests are invited to present ideas at these meetings. One particular interest among the council was to visit the West Liberty Foods production plant at one of their meetings. Many of our student’s parents work or have affiliations with WL Foods and the council felt it would be an asset to know just how the operation works and experience what our district parent’s work atmosphere is like. On Tues., April 28 WL Foods management graciously invited our council to tour the plant facility. WLCSD and WL Foods work together to improve community and school relations while keeping each other informed and included in changes that may effect parents and therefore, our stu- dents. We thank WL Foods for taking the time out of their busy schedule to host us at their facility. 8 District News West Liberty CSD Newsletter Wednesday, May 6, 2009 ¡Que tengan un vera- ¡Ayúdenos con susMay Superintendent’s Message – respuestas! no seguro y divertido! Bob Mata, Superintendent of Schools Como parte de nuestros esfuerzos continuos para me- Nos vemos el 25 de jorar nuestro distrito escolar, pedimos que usted tome unos minutos para completar la encuesta que se encuen- agosto. tra en esta página. Si tiene acceso a internet también puede completar la misma encuesta en línea. Por favor, visite nuestra página web en www.wl.k12.ia.us y en el área de “Quick Links” haga clic en el enlace para la encuesta. Los resultados de la encuesta nos darán un valor de referencia acerca de información relacionada con los Indicadores de Desempeño de Distrito. Estos indicadores son medidas claves que han sido establecidos para deter- minar el progreso hacia el logro de las metas y resultados en nuestro Plan de Mejo- ramiento de Distrito. Empezaremos a reportar anualmente a la Junta Directiva y la comunidad sobre los Indicadores de Desempeño durante el año escolar 2009-2010. Queremos que devuelva la encuesta antes del 22 de mayo. Usted puede dejar su encuesta completa en una de nuestras escuelas, o puede enviarla por correo a 203 E. 7th Street, West Liberty, IA 52776 o complétela en línea. Gracias de antemano por tomar el tiempo de completar esta encuesta corta. ¡Realmente apreciamos sus opiniones y reacciones! La foto arriba es de algunos mi- Corte a lo largo de la línea de puntos y envíe a: School Survey- West Liberty Community School Distict- 203 East 7th St.- West Liberty, IA 52776 o déjelo en cualquier escuela. embros del Consejo Ejecutivo del Superintendente de visita a WL Foods El Consejo Ejecutivo del Superintendente del Distrito Escolar de West Liberty consiste de todos los administradores y directores de nuestro distrito escolar. Se reúnen cada martes para enterarse de lo que está pasando en el distrito. Comparten el progreso que está pasando en los edificios y todos pueden ofrecer sus opiniones al grupo. La directora de currículo, decano de estudiantes y actividades, los directores de cada escuela y de alimentos, mantenimiento, y tecnología, y la traductora/enlace comunitario; tanto como el administrador de finan- zas, la secretaria del superintendente y el superin- tendente asisten a estas reuniones semanales. Cada elemento de nuestro distrito escolar está represen- tado y comunicación entre estas personas es de primera mano para discutir asuntos que afectan a los alumnos y personal. Frecuentemente tienen un invitado especial para presentar ideas al Consejo. Uno de los puntos de interés del consejo fue de ver la planta de West Liberty Foods. Como muchas de los padres de nue- stros alumnos trabajan o están afiliados con WL Foods pensamos que sería bueno saber mejor cómo funciona la compañía y experimentar el ambiente de trabajo de los padres de familia. El martes 28 de abril la administración de West Liberty Foods in- vitó a nuestro consejo a visitar la planta. El Distrito Escolar de West Liberty y WL Foods colaboran mucho para mejorar las relaciones entre la escuela y la comunidad comunicando uno al otro sobre cambios que pueden afectar a los padres y por lo tanto nuestros alumnos. Agradecemos a WL Foods por su tiempo y permitirnos la oportunidad cono- cer sus instalaciones. 2009-2010 School Registration Registration for next school year will take place at the WL High School commons on Wednes- day, August 5 from 10 am -2 pm and 4-8 pm and again on Thursday, August 6 from 3 - 7 pm. Watch the school website for more information at: www.wl.k12.ia.us All sports and summer activities will be posted on this website as well.
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