• Here is the District Newsletter for January 2018: Click Here
    • Notice: Here is the 1st Semester Test Schedule. Click Here
    • Here is the January Elementary Newsletter: Click Here
  • Superintendent's Message

    The holidays are over and winter has set in. This is an annual ritual, which we Iowans have grown accustomed to. The bitter cold has been a challenge. We cannot emphasize enough the need for our students to wear appropriate attire to school. This applies to elementary, junior high and high school students. If the family budget doesn’t allow the purchase of a heavy winter coat, hat, or gloves, please contact your student’s nurse and we will be able to supply one. On bitterly cold mornings or snowy mornings, we try to make the delay or cancellation call before 6 a.m.

    West Burlington Independent School District is starting the planning stages for the 2018-2019 school year. We are exploring new classes, looking at current programs, and brainstorming possible upgrades in academic offerings. We are proud of our academic program, but recognize the need to keep growing to meet student needs. WBISD also recognizes that not all of our students are interested in going to a four year institution after graduation. We are working to update our vocational programs and offer programs that will transition students from West Burlington’s hallways to a training program or even directly into employment. We are working on collaborating with neighboring school districts to broaden our program offerings, but not drive up educational costs. Stay tuned. If you have input in academic programming, I suggest contacting your student’s building principal. (Click Read more to continue)
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The school district does not discriminate in its education programs or educational activities on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national origin, age, marital status (for programs), sexual orientation, gender identity, socio-economic status (for programs), creed or disability. Students are educated in programs which foster knowledge of, and respect and appreciation for, the historical and contemporary contributions of diverse cultural groups including those of race, color, national origin, gender, disability, religion, creed, and socio-economic background, as well as men and women, to society. The programs include contributions and perspectives of Asian Americans, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, and European Americans. Students who feel they have been discriminated against are encouraged to report it to the school district Affirmative Action Coordinator.

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