Welcome Letter By David Schmitt It is that time of year again. The sun is hot and the lawns are getting brown. Families are planning vacations and summer sports are starting to wind down. The swimming pools are brimming with kids and adults hoping to cool off as temperatures get hot and humid. Isn’t July […]
The 2016-2017 school year will be near completion when you read the final edition for the year. The school year has certainly gone quickly. West Burlington Independent School District has had a great year with many accomplishments. Falcon pride is alive and well. We are providing summer school once again this summer. If your student […]
The fourth quarter has begun and the end of the school year is starting to look like a reality. We probably all agree the older we get, the faster the school year goes. I suspect some of our students are thinking the school year simply plods slowly along. It might be safe to say we […]
The school year continues to move quickly. Maybe our students have a different opinion on that subject. Many of you might remember the TV show, The A Team. The leader of this band of misfits was named Hannibal. One of his favorites lines that he frequently said was, “I love it when a plan comes […]
We have had a reprieve from the typical cold, long, and snowy winter. I know, I probably just jinxed it. The 2016-2017 school year has passed the midpoint and we continue to have an excellent school year. West Burlington Arnold High School has been identified as one of the top 500 schools in the nation […]
West Burlington Independent School District hopes this newsletter article finds you and your family in sound health and good spirits. 2017 is upon us. As the new year quickly approaches, I can’t help but think about the incoming millennium and the Y2K scare. I guess I’m showing my age. It is WBISD’s sincere intentions to […]
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.