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 […]
Welcome back Staff and Students! School resumes January 3, 2017. West Burlington Independent School District staff, board, and administration would like to wish you and your family a very joyous and peaceful holiday. We appreciate your involvement in your student’s education. WBISD also appreciates your son and/or daughter attending our school. As 2017 quickly approaches, […]
First quarter ended on October 25th and we have quietly moved into second quarter. I hope West Burlington Independent School District is meeting your child’s needs and the parents’ expectations. Please communicate with us any questions or concerns you might have with instructional practice and curriculum delivery. We are here to serve. The certified enrollment […]
Midterm reports are out, parent/teacher conferences at the Junior/Senior High School have come and gone and Homecoming is the weekend of September 30th. The school year is off to a great start. I have had opportunity to be in our classrooms and I’m witnessing firsthand what quality instruction looks like and how engaged students act. I could not be prouder of […]
Welcome Letter By David Schmitt I am happy to say the 2016-2017 school year will start on August 23rd. When the start of school rolls around, we will have completed many summer projects to make our buildings safer, more efficient, and an improved learning environment. The north parking lot by the elementary building is a major change in regard […]
As the 2015-2016 school year quickly races to the finish I write this final newsletter article to apprise you of what is going on in the school district during the summer months. West Burlington Independent School District is like many school districts: we have lots of activity during the summer. I congratulate our graduating seniors and wish them the best in […]
West Burlington Independent School District is planning on doing a student achievement score presentation at our May 2nd work session. The elementary scores are stellar and we are in the process of crunching the high school and junior high scores. The data points are being tabulated and after the staff has had a chance to […]
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