The excitement of a new school year is still present as mid-term has come and gone. The first quarter will promptly end on October 25th. Homecoming was a great week and we are settling in for another productive academic school year. West Burlington Independent School District continues to dismiss school every Friday at 2:15PM for […]
Greetings! The West Burlington Independent School District is honored that your student is attending our school district. We offer a big welcome back to our returning students and an even bigger WELCOME to those students and families who are new to our school system. West Burlington ISD is proud of our tradition of providing an […]
This is the last newsletter of the 2017-2018 school year. We have had another highly successful year at West Burlington Independent School District. We are happy to announce our four-year cohort had a 92.17% graduation rate. The best news on this number is when it is extended another year, a five-year cohort, WBISD had a […]
Iowa Assessments are complete and West Burlington Independent School District is waiting patiently for the results. We recognize that this one test is a snapshot of where our students are, and further recognize the assessment is as much of an assessment of the school district as it is of the students. We look at the […]
The end of the third quarter is racing at us as spring seems to be coming. West Burlington Independent School District hopes your son/daughter is having a great school year. If you have questions or concerns or if your son/daughter isn’t doing as well as he/she should be doing; please don’t hesitate to contact your […]
In the last newsletter I challenged mother nature and pointed but the weather has not been too bad, but to prepare for snow and cold. I jinxed it; I should not have said anything. Cold and snowy is not much fun. Remember that February is a short month and besides; if we didn’t have any […]
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 […]
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.