Teresa Good
The Wapello CSD food pantry will be open today, July 6th from 2:00 - 4:00. Masks are required to enter the building, we have masks if you do not have your own.
26 minutes ago, Teresa Good
Steve Bohlen
The HS food pantry will be open today, August 6th, from 2:00-4:00.
about 3 hours ago, Steve Bohlen
Sarah Jurgill
5th Grade pool party
about 19 hours ago, Sarah Jurgill
Sarah Jurgill
5th grade pool party
about 19 hours ago, Sarah Jurgill
Sarah Jurgill
5th Grade Pool Party
about 20 hours ago, Sarah Jurgill
Sarah Jurgill
5th grade pool party
about 20 hours ago, Sarah Jurgill
Sarah Jurgill
5th Grade pool party
about 20 hours ago, Sarah Jurgill
Eric Small
It's time for a POOL PARTY TONIGHT! There will be a 5th Grade Graduation Pool Party on this evening, August 4, 2020 from 8:00-9:30 p.m. at the Wapello Pool for all of the 5th graders from the 19-20 school year. Please email Kortney Wagner with any questions at kortney.wagner@wapellocsd.org
2 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
If parents need assistance with the online registration process, you can call the Elementary Office (319-523-5571), the HS Office (319-523-3241), or the Superintendent's Office (319-523-3641) to make an appointment for assistance or internet/computer access. Staff are ready to assist you in completing the registration process for all Wapello students for the 20-21 school year. For help with payment of school fees, call the Superintendent's office (319-523-3641). #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 days ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
New Students to WHS If you are a new student to the Wapello Jr./Sr. High School and would like a tour of the building please contact the high school office at 523-3241 to set up a time and day for a tour.
2 days ago, Steve Bohlen
Steve Bohlen
Sixth Grade Orientation The Wapello Middle School will be holding 6th grade orientation for all sixth graders on Thursday, August 20h, at 6:00 p.m. Sixth grade students will be receiving their Chromebooks that evening. If parents have any questions they can contact the high school office at 523-3241.
2 days ago, Steve Bohlen
Michelle Wade
E-Registration for the 2020-2021 school year is now open! You can find the link and more information on our website. Just look for the "2020-2021 Registration Information" link under Menu. https://www.wapellocsd.org/
3 days ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
It is time for some Throwback Thursday Memories from back in 1979 this week! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
7 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
It is time for some Throwback Thursday Memories from back in 1979 this week! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
7 days ago, Eric Small
Teresa Good
The Wapello CSD food pantry will be open today, July 30th from 2:00-4:00. We are located in the brown building across from the elementary school. We have limited quantities of cottage cheese, yogurt, milk, butter, cream cheese and shredded cheese in addition to our normal items. Masks are required to enter the pantry, we have masks if you do not have your own. Please limit two people per household if possible.
7 days ago, Teresa Good
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, July 30th, from 2:00-4:00.
7 days ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
It's time for a POOL PARTY! There will be a 5th Grade Graduation Pool Party on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 from 8:00-9:30 p.m. at the Wapello Pool for all of the 5th graders from the 19-20 school year. Please email Kortney Wagner with any questions at kortney.wagner@wapellocsd.org
8 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The SEISC has announced their 2020 Conference team. Congratulations to Daniel Meeker (1st), Tate Kronfeldt (2nd), Rhett Smith (2nd), Aiden Housman (2nd), Chase Witte (HM) and Owen Housman (HM) for their selection for baseball. For softball, please congratulate Serah Shafer (1st), Mady Reid (1st), Aliyah Lolling (1st), Toni Bohlen (2nd), Sammy Ewart (2nd), Morgan Richenberger (2nd), Anesa Noa (HM), and Tatum Wolford (HM) on their selections. To see the complete list go to https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wnJ_1vkXo9gMNLVEil8N1sbqK6jZ7V6M/view?usp=sharing
9 days ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
School is starting soon, and we need you! Wapello CSD, and Wapello Elementary is searching for an Associate/Paraprofessional to join our team and work with our students and teachers and staff. If you are adaptable, energetic, and looking for a challenge; drop by the District office and fill out an application for the upcoming 20-21 school year.
9 days ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
Who says that there is no such thing as a free lunch? Wapello CSD has lots of lunches left free for the taking today! Kitchen staff will be at the back door of Wapello Elementary until 11:30 am, come pick up a free lunch for your kids today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
10 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are the links for learning more about becoming a Substitute Teacher: This first link will detail the course and it's requirements. On the course page, there is a tab that takes you to the section (where there is a register button). https://aealearning.truenorthlogic.com/ia/empari/learning2/course/viewCourseSearch?courseId=190031 The second link just takes you to the section where there is a registration button. https://aealearning.truenorthlogic.com/ia/empari/learning2/section/viewCourseSection?courseId=190031§ionId=284401 If you have questions or need further information, please call the district office at 319-523-3641.
10 days ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
If you are interested in being a substitute teacher this school year, check out the information below from the AEA. If you have a 2-yr degree or 60 credits of college credit, you are eligible to take the class and serve as a substitute teacher. "Interested people can click on either of these links the first one details the course and it's requirements. On the course page, there is a tab that takes you to the section (where there is a register button). The second link just takes you to the section where there is a registration button. " #190031 GP - Substitute Authorization Grades Pk -12 (Virtual) #284401 Video Conference Aug 26 2020
10 days ago, Michael Peterson
Amanda Harris
Today is the last Summer meal pick up. Come to the Elementary from 10-11 today to pick yours up. All 5 meals in one day.
10 days ago, Amanda Harris
Jane Bostian
WHS Drama presents LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Sunday, July 26th at 2 pm WHS Auditorium Free will donation, Masks and Social Distancing Recommended, Language Warning COME JOIN THE FUN!
12 days ago, Jane Bostian
Jane Bostian
LOOKING FOR SOMETHING TO BEAT THE HEAT?? WHS Drama presents LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS In an air conditioned auditorium! Saturday July 25 @ 7pm and Sunday July 26 @ 2pm Free will donation; Masks and Social distancing recommended; Language Warning
12 days ago, Jane Bostian
Michael Peterson
July 24, 2020 update: It's been a while since I've sent out an update, so here are some of the latest developments as we prepare for school in the fall. ***The first student day will be August 24th. ***We are not planning a back to school night this year. Kids can bring their supplies on the first day of school. If you would prefer to bring supplies ahead of time, please contact the elementary or high school and make arrangements. ***There will be an orientation for 6th graders. More information on that to come. ***The governor has relaxed the requirements for people who want to be substitute teachers. Anyone with a two-year degree and who has completed the substitute authorization course through the AEA can serve as a substitute teacher. I will send out the link to the course in a separate message. ***Remember that our reopening matrix is posted on our website. ***The IHSAA, just this afternoon, released some preliminary information on football. The first two weeks of competition appear to be optional. Schools can schedule games if they wish. The rest of the season will be as normal. All teams will participate in postseason play. More information is coming next week. We haven't heard anything about other fall sports. Face coverings continue to be a controversial topic for many people. We continue to follow the recommendation of local public health, which is to allow face coverings, but not to require them. We will continue to follow the recommendations and guidelines put forth by public health.***As always, email me or call me if you have any questions. mike.peterson@wapellocsd.org or 319-523-3641. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
13 days ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today’s pictures are from the 1985-86 Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
14 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today’s pictures are from the 1985-86 Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
14 days ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, July 23rd, from 2:00-4:00.
15 days ago, Steve Bohlen
Teresa Good
The Wapello CSD Food Pantry will be open Thursday, July 23rd from 2:00 - 4:00 in the brown building across from the elementary school. Please limit 2 people per household that enter the building to shop. This will allow us to get everyone in to shop in a timely manner. We have a limited supply of milk, shredded cheese, butter, cream cheese, fresh produce, as well as other new items. Masks are required to shop, we will provide one if you do not have your own.
15 days ago, Teresa Good
Eric Small
Wapello FFA will have their Parent Member Banquet in the WHS Auditorium on July 27. There will be no meal this year. The awards will start at 6:30. New officers will be installed at the end of the awards ceremony. The banquet was originally scheduled at the rodeo grounds but has been moved to the auditorium do to uncertain weather forecast. We ask that FFA members try to have Official Dress (but if that is challenging, please dress in good casual). We ask that families sit together and that you social distance between families. Masks are encouraged but not required #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
15 days ago, Eric Small
Kenna Greiner
Our team is ready for the season to start... How about you? Show your support! We have the fan apparel ready to purchase get your order placed before August 12th to have at the first home game! Contact Kenna Greiner by e-mail kenna.greiner@wapellocsd.org or send form with payment to (406 Mechanic St.) central office location. #WeAreWapello #SupportArrowsVolleyball
16 days ago, Kenna Greiner
Eric Small
It's time for a POOL PARTY! There will be a 5th Grade Graduation Pool Party on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 from 8:00-9:30 p.m. at the Wapello Pool for all of the 5th graders from the 19-20 school year. Please email Kortney Wagner with any questions at kortney.wagner@wapellocsd.org
17 days ago, Eric Small
Jane Bostian
WHS Drama presents Little Shop of Horrors Friday and Saturday, July 24 and 25 @ 7 p.m. Sunday, July 26 @ 2 p.m. WHS Auditorium Free Will Donation Face Masks and Social Distancing recommended **Language Warning
17 days ago, Jane Bostian
Eric Small
Great River Athletic Training would like to begin baseline testing for our athletes. Due to the pandemic they will be changing the baseline testing process slightly to ensure social distancing occurs. E-mails have been sent all of the incoming Freshman class athletes, Junior class athletes, and anyone that sustained a concussion in 2019-2020 year. The email contains links for the computer test and registration process for the paper test. Any students that plan on participating in any athletics for the 2020-2021 year will need to complete both parts of the baseline testing. If your athlete did not receive an email and needs baseline tested please contact Lishay at lallen@grhs.net.
21 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
It is Thursday, so it is time for some Throwback Thursday memories! Today is the Senior Class of 1979! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
21 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
It is Thursday, so it is time for some Throwback Thursday memories! Today is the Senior Class of 1979! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
21 days ago, Eric Small
Kenna Greiner
Reminder Volleyball Camp is July 27th, 28th, and 29th. Last day to sign up will be July 20th to guarantee your athlete a spot, shirt orders need to be sent. Click here for easy sign up https://www.wapellocsd.org/wapello-volleyball-camp #WeAreWapello #ArrowsVolleyball
21 days ago, Kenna Greiner
Teresa Good
The Wapello Elementary Food Pantry will be open Thursday, July 16th, from 2:00-4:00. We are in our new location in the brown building directly across the street from the Elementary school. We will limit the number of shoppers inside at a time and will require everyone to wear masks. We have masks if you do not have your own.
22 days ago, Teresa Good
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open from 2:00-4:00 on Thursday, July 16th.
22 days ago, Steve Bohlen
Michelle Wade
Tonight's Class 2A Region 8 Softball game has been postponed to tomorrow night. Same time and place, but without this weather. For all the latests postponements check out the IGHSAU https://www.ighsau.org/news/july-15-regional-softball-postponements/
22 days ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
The WCSD School Board would like to know your thoughts on live-streaming the board meetings. Please take a moment and complete the survey linked blow. https://forms.gle/Bc4Tb9jKPVRrKyTq7
22 days ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
Information regarding Wapello's plan to reopen school this fall is available on the district website. Clink on the link on the homepage and you will be taken to the information. ***Wapello is planning to have In-Person schooling at both the elementary and the high school.*** Please remember that this is a living document. Information will more than likely change as new guidance is received. Please email me any questions you may have. mike.peterson@wapellocsd.org
23 days ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for a special meeting on this evening, July 14, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Administration Office Board Room. The agenda for this meeting can be found at: https://5il.co/i858 Note: There will be no Live-Stream of this meeting. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
23 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for a special meeting on Tuesday, July 14, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Administration Office Board Room. The agenda for this meeting can be found at: https://5il.co/i858 Note: There will be no Live-Stream of this meeting. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
24 days ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
Wondering what to make for lunch? Let us take that worry out of your hands. Meals will be ready for pickup at Wapello Elementary from 10-11 today. Join hundreds of satisfied customers and pick up your meals today!
24 days ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Reminder: anyone wanting to tryout for the 2020-2021 Pom Squad, it’s today!! Practice begins at 9:00 am and tryouts will be at 10:00!
27 days ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Do you recognize any of these students or teachers in these pictures from the 1985-1986 WHS Yearbook? Enjoy our Throwback Thursday memories for today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
28 days ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Do you recognize any of these students in these pictures from the 1985-1986 WHS Yearbook? Enjoy our Throwback Thursday memories for today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
28 days ago, Eric Small
Kenna Greiner
Attention all 4th-8th grade and 9th-12th grade athletes who are interested in the 2020 Arrows Volleyball Camp. Information is posted on our school website under Wapello Volleyball Camp. Better yet, here is a quick way to get your athlete signed up. Click here https://www.wapellocsd.org/wapello-volleyball-camp Let's show everyone how We Set The Tone this year! #WeAreWapello #ArrowsVolleyball
28 days ago, Kenna Greiner
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, July 9th, from 2:30-4:30.
29 days ago, Steve Bohlen
Teresa Good
The Wapello Elementary Food Pantry will be open in its new location, across the street from the flag pole in the brown building, on Thursday, July 9th from 2:00 - 4:00. You will be able to shop for your family, we will be limiting the number of people inside at a time. We have masks available for those that don’t have their own.
29 days ago, Teresa Good
Michael Peterson
Meals...you want them. We've got them. Meals are ready to pick up at the elementary from 10-11. Think about it...do you really want to cook on a hot day like today. Nope, you don't. LOL
29 days ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Class of 2020: please check your school emails for information from Ms. Wade
30 days ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
All STUDENTS: check your email for Poms Squad tryout information.
30 days ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
Happy July 7th! We are asking parents to complete the survey(s) that are located on our website. Click on the link at the bottom of the homepage. There are four surveys broken out by grade level. We ask that you complete the survey(s) that correspond to the grades your children were in during the 2019-2020 school year. For instance, if you had a 1st grader and a 4th grader, you would complete two of the four surveys. The information collected will be used to help us plan for the upcoming school year. The board will be reviewing the district's reopening plans at their meeting on July 8, 2020. Once the board has a chance to review the information, it will be shared with the public via our normal communication channels. Thank you, in advance, for completing the appropriate surveys. Please let me know if you have any questions. Mike mike.peterson@wapellocsd.org
30 days ago, Michael Peterson
Brandon Brown
Baseball... Thursday (7/9), the baseball game is scheduled JV and Varsity at Wilton. The JV game will begin at 5PM (different from our normal 5:30 start). Varsity will follow the JV game.
about 1 month ago, Brandon Brown
Michael Peterson
Meals are ready and waiting for pickup at the Wapello Elementary. Come and get 'em!
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
The Wapello Community School District Board of Directors will meet on Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Administration Office Board Room for their regular monthly meeting. The meeting will also be live-streamed on the district Facebook Page. To access the agenda for the meeting, click on the following link: https://5il.co/hydp #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Here are some more photos from the 1985-86 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Here are some more photos from the 1985-86 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Pantry has moved to its new location! We are now located in the brown building across the street from the flag pole at the elementary school. You will be allowed to come in and shop starting today! We will be allowing people to shop one car at a time. Please wait in your car until we tell you to enter. Masks will be required, we will supply a mask if you do not have one. We will be sanitizing between shoppers. The Food Pantry is open from 2:00-4:30 today, July 2nd!
about 1 month ago, Teresa Good
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open from 2:30-4:30 on Thursday, July 2nd.
about 1 month ago, Steve Bohlen
Michael Peterson
And I have no idea why my last message came through as 25 texts...Technology is awesome, when it works properly.
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
Return to Learn Update: Happy Tuesday afternoon!  It's been a while since I've sent out an update, and I'm sure people have questions.  July 1 is the magic date by which all school districts have to submit their Return to Learn plans to the state.  This plan is very, very different from plans for reopening school in the fall.  The Return to Learn plan is basically a series of check boxes that indicate what sources of data districts will collect as they continue to plan.  Reopening school buildings is a very different process.  Plans and discussions are ongoing about schedules, cleaning strategies, traffic flow, etc...The recent reopening guidance from the state clearly says that schools are to plan on meeting in-person in the fall.  Questions about requiring face masks and other logistical issues are going to need to be discussed further with more guidance from the state.  There is very little about the COVID-19 landscape that is solid and unchanging.  One thing that you can take to the bank is that everyone connected to the school district is working, thinking, and planning for the most effective ways to keep everyone as safe as possible as we resume school this fall.  There will be more information coming out throughout the summer.  As always, let me know if you have any questions.   Mike mike.peterson@wapellocsd.org #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Brandon Brown
The baseball game at Lone Tree tonight will be played varsity first, starting at 5:30.
about 1 month ago, Brandon Brown
Michael Peterson
Meals are ready and waiting to be picked up at the Wapello Elementary School. Get them while they last!
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Amanda Harris
Don't forget Summer meal pickup 10am - 11am today
about 1 month ago, Amanda Harris
Michael Peterson
It's Graduation Day! The plan is to hold our ceremony outside, starting at 7:00 at the football field. Now, everybody cross your fingers, toes, and eyes and hope that Mother Nature cooperates. It's going to be a great day!
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
Graduation information: Mother Nature always wants to keep us on our toes. With possible rain in the forecast for the weekend, I want to let everyone know our plan in case of bad weather. Sunday morning, we will be making the decision whether to hold the ceremony on the football field or inside the high school. If we must be inside, the graduates and ticket holders will be in the practice gym. Additional guests will be in the competition gym and can watch a livestream of the ceremony. Regardless of inside or outside, the ceremony will begin at 7:00 pm. I don't know about anyone else, but I am excited for this ceremony. This has been a bizarre year, and I am just happy we can celebrate the class of 2020 with a traditional graduation! As always, let me know if you have any questions. Mike mike.peterson@wapellocsd.org #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Here are today's Throwback Thursday photos! Memories from the Senior Class of 1986! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are today's Throwback Thursday photos! Memories from the Senior Class of 1986! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open today from 2:30-4:30
about 1 month ago, Steve Bohlen
Cari Cline
More swim fun
about 1 month ago, Cari Cline
Cari Cline
What a great night! Thank you to the Wapello Pool and lifeguards. A great time was had by the 2019-20 4th graders, Ms. Cline and Mrs. Ruth. It was so good to see everyone!
about 1 month ago, Cari Cline
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Pantry will be open for pick on Thursday, June 25th from 2:00-4:00. We will have assorted fresh fruits and vegetables and a limited supply of milk. Please drive to the back of the school.
about 1 month ago, Teresa Good
Amanda Harris
Reminder Lunch pick up today 10am -11am Pull around back of Elementary
about 1 month ago, Amanda Harris
Cari Cline
Ms. Cline and Mrs. Ruth are having a pool party tomorrow, June 24, for all of their fourth graders from the year we just ended. It will be at the Wapello pool from 8-9:30 PM. We hope to see all of them there!
about 1 month ago, Cari Cline
Michelle Wade
Monday night's Baseball game at WMU has been postponed to July 3rd. This will again be a Varsity game only at 6:00 pm. Also, the Softball game vs WMU tonight has been postponed to July 8th. This will be a 5:30 start with JV and Varsity. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Amanda Harris
Shout out to Fareway for supplying bags for Lunch. Thank you so much. Remember Lunch pickup today from 10-11
about 1 month ago, Amanda Harris
Michelle Wade
The live stream of the 2020 Grand March will be delayed until 6:30 to try and avoid the deluge currently happen at Harvest View Farms. Check back to our Facebook page nearer that time for the stream
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Tonight’s Baseball and Softball games will play Varsity first. The boys are at home, while the girls will travel to New London for. 5:30 start. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we are looking back to the 1977 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we are looking back to the 1977 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
SENIORS: today is the last day to order extra flowers for graduation. The school provides one, but if you would like more you will need to pay ($7.00/flower). If you do need/want more, please check your school email and fill out the Google form from Ms. Wade (sent Tuesday).
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Teresa Good
The Elementary food pantry will be open Thursday, June 18th from 2:00 - 4:00. Please drive around the back of the building.
about 1 month ago, Teresa Good
Eric Small
Let’s Celebrate the Class of 2020 Graduation will commence on Sunday, June 28th, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. on the football field. Below we have listed the expectations and accommodations that we will follow to help provide for a memorable night for our graduating seniors. Seating – We ask that people who plan on attending graduation bring a lawn chair as seating will be limited. The football field will be marked with lines that will provide enough seating for 6 invites of each graduate. If more than 6 members join in the celebration (ex.- community members, students or other visitors) additional seating will be designated in the back. We will also allow viewing from the bleachers and along the fence area. We ask that you please respect social distancing guidelines and do not congregate in groups above social distancing guidelines. Gates will open at 6:30 for admittance into the ceremony. Hygiene – Bathrooms connected to the concession stand will be available before, during and after the celebration. Masks – No face covering of any kind will be mandatory to attend or participate in the graduation celebration. We ask that everyone respect each other and their personal decision in regards to wearing a mask. Masks will not be made available so please bring your own if you’re in need of one. Diplomas – School Board President Doug Housman will hand each graduate their diploma like usual. The graduate will continue to be congratulated by Superintendent Mike Peterson and their tassel moved. They will shake hands with each graduate, but respect each individual that may not want to participate in a hand shake and provide an alternative fist bump, elbow tap, or just a congratulation comment. We will have hand sanitizer available for students prior and post this ceremonial gesture. Congratulations Class of 2020! Superintendent Mike Peterson & Principal Steve Bohlen
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
If you can’t make it out to the softball game tonight, you can still watch. Ft. Madison will be streaming the game. Click this link to watch: https://youtu.be/72q1myGwHMU
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
CLARIFICATION: there WILL BE a JV softball game tonight with Ft. Madison. It will begin at 5:30.
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Amanda Harris
Reminder: Summer meal pickup is today from 10:00 to 11:00. Pull up behind Elementary.
about 1 month ago, Amanda Harris
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, June 18th, from 2:30 -4:30.
about 1 month ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
Prom participants: Here is the link to the order form to order pictures this weekend. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1LkY--PmpJhKHef4XOeR_cj5av9iooJfzFAI4cXlsgGs/edit?usp=sharing
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
SENIORS: you need to check your school email accounts. There is time sensitive information regarding Graduation flowers.
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Softball and Baseball kick off their 2020 campaign tonight. Softball will be at home vs. Mediapolis at 5:30, while the Baseball team will travel to Mediapolis for a 5:30 start. Check out the link for more COVID-19 guidelines and information.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1YFnMRhyGvytlv5GdTLVL54Yt13YgUz1JnCtJORKFBkc/edit?usp=sharing
about 1 month ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Wapello Arrows will open up the 2020 softball season at home tonight when they welcome the Mediapolis Bullettes to the Carl "Mac" McGill Athletic Complex. The first pitch is scheduled for 5:30 p.m. in the JV contest with the varsity to follow. Good Luck Arrows and Coaches! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Indians will open up the 2020 Baseball Season tonight at Mediapolis High School when they square off with the Mediapolis Bulldogs. The first pitch is set for 5:30 pm in the JV contest followed by the Varsity game. Best of luck to the Indians and coaches tonight! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Brandon Brown
For Baseball Tomorrow: BP - 3:00 Bus - 4:20 Uniform - JV yellow jersey, Varsity blue jersey, white pants, white hat. Don't forget your belt, glove and cleats. You may ride to and from the game with a PARENT (no one else) if you so choose, they must sign you out before you leave either to or from the game. Reminder that you can not share water, get water from a coach, or from a parent during the game (before, during or after). So bring plenty of liquids and snacks for after the game if you need them. We would encourage you to bring a small cooler for yourself. There is to be no eating or drinking on the bus, absolutely no sunflower seeds of any kind on the bus or at the game. Fans attending the game, you will want to bring a lawn chair, as seating is limited this year at every venue. Please follow social distancing rules and only set with your immediate family (same household). There are lots of things we are not used to and plenty of learning we will all do together. But baseball is back!!! There are probably 100 things we are forgetting at this time, feel free to text 563-506-2341 with any questions. Or ask them here in the comments. Thank you.
about 1 month ago, Brandon Brown
Eric Small
Congratulations to WHS Alumni Kabe Boysen for being elected as the SE Vice-President of the Iowa FFA Association! Kabe will represent the Wapello FFA and the Wapello Community School District over the next year as a leader of the Iowa FFA. Congratulations Kabe! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Any student (Wapello or other) who is planning to attend WHS Prom on June 20th needs to have a permission slip completed. You can pick one up from the HS office, or Central office. Or, download and print a copy from here. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tgyhlRO4whfIQTrxFE-snvjqSsOkE8o_XiSz7kjPctk/edit?usp=sharing
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
Reminder to parents of incoming Pre-Kindergarten and NEW to the district Kindergarteners. We are planning our roundup for our new early childhood students on June 17th. If you have a child that will be 4 years old on or before September 15, and you want to learn more about our 4 year old program and schedule a visit for you and your child, please call to set up a time to come in on Wednesday, June 17. If your child is Kindergarten age, turning 5 before September 15th , and you are NEW to the district, give a call and we can set a time for you and your child to come visit also. Call with any questions to the Wapello Elementary office at (319) 523-5571. Looking forward to seeing you very soon! #WEAREWAPELLO #WAPELLOTRIBEPRIDE
about 1 month ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
It is Throwback Thursday!! Here are some pictures from the 2008 WHS Tomahawk Yearbook! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Kenna Greiner
Volleyball Information: Since there wasn't an end of the year meeting to collect a count of who will be interested in the 2020-2021 volleyball season, I would like 9-12 grade girls that are interested please contact me through my email kenna.greiner@wapellocsd.org or phone 319-523-3641. After I get a good count I will get some more information out to the players. Thanks Coach Greiner
about 1 month ago, Kenna Greiner
Eric Small
It is Throwback Thursday!! Here are some pictures from the 2008 WHS Tomahawk Yearbook! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello Community School District has surplus items that we are getting rid of. Items have been set outside of the former Wapello Elementary Preschool at 514 N Cedar Street in the parking lot. All items are free to anyone that wants them, first come, first served. The items that are pictured are a sampling of what is available. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, June 11th, from 2:30-4:30.
about 1 month ago, Steve Bohlen
Teresa Good
The Wapello Elementary food pantry will be open Thursday, June 11th from 2:00 - 4:30. Please pull around the back of the building, we will have pork shoulder roasts and chicken thighs in addition to to boxed and canned items.
about 1 month ago, Teresa Good
Eric Small
There are still a large number of lunches available for any children ages 0-18. If you would like lunches, please come to Wapello Elementary and pull around back and the food service workers will get you taken care of. Staff will remain at the kitchen until 11:30 am. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Attention Incoming 7th and 12th Graders for the 2020-2021 school year: Louisa County Public Health is offering an Immunization Clinic by appointment to get the required immunizations prior to the start of the school year. Please see the graphic for more information.
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
That state would like all families with school aged children to complete a technology survey. The link to the survey is on our webpage. Please take a few minutes and complete this survey.
about 1 month ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Anyone planning to attend prom (including out of town guests) need to have a permission slipped signed by themselves and their parents. There will be copies in the High School office and Central Office. Also, you can download and print the form by using this link. https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tgyhlRO4whfIQTrxFE-snvjqSsOkE8o_XiSz7kjPctk/edit?usp=sharing Questions please email michelle.wade@wapellocsd.org
about 1 month ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
We recently held a drawing for students in grades 6-12 would attended virtual learning opportunities the past few months. Students who had their names drawn for gift cards were: Nicole Herlein, Treyton Schulz, Kolton Small, Isaac Hewitt, Matthew Helscher, Brendan Stephens, Casey Short, Torrie Walker, Ellie Lanz, Kekai Seumanutafa, Christopher Ewart, Matthew Peterson, Leigha Weyrick, and Daniel Hemphill. Congratulations to all!!
about 1 month ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
The Wapello Community School will be liquidating some surplus items that are no longer needed this weekend at the former Wapello Elementary Preschool, located at 514 N. Cedar Street (across the street from Wapello Elementary). The sale will be held from 9-12 on Saturday June 6. Cash and check will be accepted for payment on the surplus items. Some of the items to be offered are listed in the picture with this post. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for their regular monthly meeting next Wednesday evening, June 10, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Administration Board Room. The meeting will also be live streamed on the district Facebook Page. The link to the agenda is:https://5il.co/gynb #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we have pictures from the 1970 WHS Tomahawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we have pictures from the 1970 WHS Tomahawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello Community School will be liquidating some surplus items that are no longer needed this weekend at the former Wapello Elementary Preschool, located at 514 N. Cedar Street (across the street from Wapello Elementary). The sale will be held from 9-3 on Friday June 5, and 9-12 on Saturday June 6. Cash and check will be accepted for payment on the surplus items. Some of the items to be offered are listed in the picture with this post. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Wapello Pro Rodeo Postponed to 2021 In the interest of public health and safety, the 2020 Wapello Pro Rodeo is postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. This decision has been incredibly difficult for the committee, but we know it is the right one. The health and safety of our fans, volunteers, contestants, first responders, healthcare workers, and everyone in our community is the only thing that matters right now. The only responsible decision was to put their safety first. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. We’re now shifting our focus to planning for the 13th Wapello Pro Rodeo in 2021. The 2021 Wapello Pro Rodeo will be the 40th anniversary of the Wapello FFA hosting a rodeo. In the meantime, the Wapello FFA will be doing all we can to help our fans and our community stay healthy and remain positive as we all navigate through this difficult time. We look forward to bringing back quality family entertainment to Wapello, surrounding communities, and Southeast Iowa next year.
2 months ago, Eric Small
Teresa Good
The Wapello Elementary Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, June 4th from 2:00 - 4:30. Please drive around the back of the building. We will be giving out juice, bread, pasta, popcorn chicken and 5 pound bags of chicken thighs among other things.
2 months ago, Teresa Good
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, June 4th, from 2:30-4:30.
2 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Michael Peterson
The Wapello School District kitchen will stay open until 11:30 this morning so you can come and pick up meals. They have quite a bit of food ready, so come and get it. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Brett Nagle
Reminder: Summer meal pickup is happening now. No need to sign up, just pull up to the Elementary Gym and it will be ready for you. This goes until 10:00-11:00 every Monday and Wednesday! Thank you!
2 months ago, Brett Nagle
Brittani Beeding
Prom Update. Bare with me... With MUCH consideration and conversation with myself, Mr. Peterson, Mr. Bohlen, Ms. Wade, and the Post-Prom committee, we have decided to go ahead with a prom for our students. We want the kids to have this moment. They deserve this moment. With that being said... Prom will be held at Harvest View Farms in Sperry. Prom will go from 6pm-11pm. ( this may seem like a long time but food will be provided and games will be set up with post prom so we want to give the kids enough time for all of the activities and pictures with Jaime) The capacity at Harvest View Farms is 160 people at 50%. We will follow social distancing guidelines. There will be indoor outdoor seating available to help with those guidelines. We will also follow the regulations that softball and baseball have to follow with taking temperatures of the kids as they come to the venue. IF you have a temperature, you will NOT be allowed in. We will have sanitizer available and also, we are not requiring masks but recommend them if you feel that you would like to wear one. Grand March into the venue WILL (or is planned to be) live streamed. We have also decided to do a cruise night type grand march (More will come for that in a different post of how it will work) for those that do not have internet capabilities. The plan is to have students out on 2nd street downtown from 4-5pm (weather permitting) for everyone to see. Then they will head to Harvest View Farms, from their prom experience. Prom and grand march are for STUDENTS only. We ask that no parents or others come (other than sponsors/chaperones) to the venue as we are trying to follow guidelines and social distancing. Jaime will be set up with photos to purchase. We will get those forms out to you very soon. We also will have food provided at the venue and post prom will also be set up with some games and prizes for kids to enjoy while at prom and to also help with the social distancing. STUDENTS that are juniors and seniors; PLEASE try your best to follow social distancing. Also I will be sending out google forms for you to tell me who your date will be and for King and Queen Vote. We will not be having waiters and waitresses this year, No little king and queen and no ushers in order to keep up on social distancing to the best of our abilities. I may have forgotten some details but I will put out more as I think of them. This is for the kids and we want them to have fun. With all of the money spent, and how this year has gone, its the least we can do. If you are not comfortable with your child attending prom, please know they are not required to attend. We will understand fully. Thank you. Brittani Beeding
2 months ago, Brittani Beeding
Eric Small
From the High School Counseling Office for parents and students in grades 9-12: The classes for fall are on a google document that your student should have received via email. Please look it over with them and make requests for classes this fall. All requirements for credits are posted by grade. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Philp at rena.philp@wapellocsd.org #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Today would have been our last day of school for students. Our 5th graders missed out on a couple of big events this year, the 5th grade track meet, and getting to run out of the building one last time as Graduates of Wapello Elementary. We will recognize our 5th grade graduates today, we send our congratulations and best wishes as you move to Junior High in the fall. Congratulations! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Brandon Brown
Baseball: What to know for tonight’s 5PM opening practice. When you come to practice today, enter through the right field corner, do not enter any dugout, the locker room is off limits, and bring water for yourself. Please stay 6 feet away from anyone else and put your gear along the fence, at least 6 feet apart. We will begin screenings at 4:40, it would be good to be early. But please remain in your car until we are set up to take players in. We will be going over all protocols and expectations with players tonight to begin practice. If you have a sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, close contact with someone who has tested positive, or fever... do NOT come to practice. And please contact Coach Brown at 563-506-2341. We will be checking temps at the field and asking these questions of each player as well. Together we can make this season a success, please be patient as we will try to make things as smooth as possible.
2 months ago, Brandon Brown
Brett Nagle
Summer Meals pick up is happening now, the lunch staff will be here until 11:30 if you have not come to get the meals, please come now. If you have a need, please, come take advantage of this. For any students ages 0-18. It’s Free! Pick up is behind the elementary gym.
2 months ago, Brett Nagle
Jane Bostian
WHS Senior 2020 T-shirts are in! Pick up at 530 Washington St. home of senior Logan Steahr. (Jolene Standford) today and tomorrow (Saturday and Sunday) between 12 and 8 p.m. Message Jolene if you need to make other arrangements!
2 months ago, Jane Bostian
Michael Peterson
May 29, 2020 Update: Food pickup/delivery resumes on Monday next week. Available to anyone age 0-19, whether you go to school in Wapello or not. Baseball/Softball practice starts Monday. We all need to hope this goes well. The success or failure of this will play a big factor in what the fall will look like. As you enjoy the weather this weekend, remember... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
May 28, 2020 Update: Some updates on Prom and Graduation for everyone. Let's start with Prom. We are currently exploring every possibility to have a Promish type event on June 20. We're working on an appropriate location and format that will allow us to follow the Governor's guidelines while still allowing our kids to recapture this end-of-year experience. There will be more information coming on this as we are able to finalize more details. Next, let's talk about Graduation. It looks as if we will be able to hold a Graduation ceremony on June 28 at 7:00 pm at the football field. Again, more details will be released as they are finalized. Since the event would be held outside, we are not limited as to the number of people who can attend, provided we maintain social distancing. There's still a great deal of work to do in order to make both of these events happen. And, by now, we all realize that the best laid plans can be for nothing as the COVID-19 continues. But, as of now, both Prom and Graduation are a go. Baseball and softball practice for HS begins on Monday. There are many rules that coaches need to follow. This is being used as a trial run by the state and its success or failure will play a role in what the fall will look like. Please be patient with everyone as we work to operate within these new rules being placed upon us. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Stay six feet away from other people who don't live with you. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we will finish up the 16-17 WES Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we will finish up the 16-17 WES Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! We finish up the 1980 yearbook from Wapello High School today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! We finish up the 1980 yearbook from Wapello High School today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
HS food pantry will be open tomorrow from 2:30-4:30 on Thursday, May 28h.
2 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Michael Peterson
Update continued. Tonight's board meeting begins at 6:00. It will be livestreamed and we are working on improving our microphone capacity to make things easier for people to hear. It is a continuous work in progress. And... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. In case you were wonder, the distance between a moose's antlers is almost exactly 6 feet. The more you know. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
May 27, 2020 Update Happy cloudy Wednesday afternoon! We are working on developing a survey for parents to get some ideas about what worked well this spring for distance learning and what didn't work so well. Many factors are outside of our control, but as we plan for next year, this information will be very helpful. There are many, many sites out there are that claiming to be the official regulations that must happen in order for schools to reopen. I cannot stress enough that no one knows, at this point, what the fall will look like. Schools are making plans for many different contingencies, but there are no hard and fast rules that have been established for Iowa schools to reopen. Also, remember that schools are controlled by state governments. Any requirements will come from Des Moines. A note on Junior High baseball. The Department of Education decided that high school baseball/softball could take place, but that JH baseball/softball could not. If that seems a little odd to you, there's a good reason for that. Youth leagues can happen. Traveling teams can happen. High School games can happen. JH is the only sector that does not have permission to play. This is a state-level decision and not one made by individual school districts.
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Pantry will be open Thursday, May 28th from 2:00 - 4:30. Please pull around the back of the building. We have a few new items we will be giving out tomorrow: milk, eggs, fajita chicken, popcorn chicken, oranges, radishes and sliced peppers as well as other regular items.
2 months ago, Teresa Good
Michael Peterson
Interested baseball players, please note: Meeting for interested baseball players grades 8-12 Meeting date is 5/26 (Tuesday) Meeting time is 7PM Zoom Session link - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88349566426?pwd=QWFQVndrczBLQVVtdVh5aGVWYWp1UT09 Mr. Brown is requiring the athlete and/or parent attend. This is vital to getting number of athletes wanting to participate and the information in the hands of everyone. If someone does not have access to zoom or the internet, they may text or call Mr. Brown at 563-506-2341.
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
May 26, 2020 Update: Tomorrow night's board meeting will be at 6:00 in the district office. In order to promote and encourage social distancing, the meeting will be livestreamed on the district Facebook page. This afternoon is the parade honoring the 5 retirees from WCSD. If you would like to be part of the parade, be at the Wapello Fair grounds on the north end of town at 5:45. Congratulations to Phyllis Connolly, Ken Spielbauer, Judy Gerst, Kathy Begey, and Merle Unkrich! Some random social distancing information for you today. Many people have a hard time picturing six feet, so here are some things to help you determine if you are maintaining the correct amount of social distance. 6 feet is the same as: the typical refrigerator after you have pushed it over; the average couch, provided your children have not ruined it by playing "quarantine tag"; 2 adult cats stretched end to end; and, of course, one Iowa State Fair Butter Cow. In addition to maintaining the same distance as two adult cats stretched end to end, remember all the recommendations: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are ill. Wash your hand. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
2 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
The 2019-20 Wapello Elementary Yearbooks have arrived! If you ordered and paid, or reserved a copy, you may pick them up at the Wapello Elementary Office during normal business hours starting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020. There were 16 extra copies that were shipped, if you would like to purchase a copy and had not already ordered or reserved, you can pick up a copy at the Wapello Elementary Office, first come, first served. Thank you for your support! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Tonight is the night! Come help us celebrate and wish our 2020 retirees well as they embark on a new chapter! With the 2020 school year coming to an early closure we would like to recognize the five Wapello employees who are retiring by holding a Retirement Parade in their honor. All choosing to participate will meet at 5:45 p.m. tonight, May 26th at the Wapello Fairgrounds on the North end of town. We will pass by both school buildings where the retirees will be sitting. After we have paraded by the Wapello School buildings honoring retired staff the parade will continue throughout town showing our Wapello Tribe Pride Spirit. Who: EVERYONE - Students, Staff, Parents, Community Members What: Retirement Parade Where: Wapello Fair Grounds When: Tuesday, May 26th at 6:00 p.m. Why: To recognize and thank the 2020 retirees for their dedication and service. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Kathy Begey
Parents, we have many meals that have not been picked up. Please come get yours! Thank you.
2 months ago, Kathy Begey
Eric Small
Important Information regarding student lunches for this week (May 26-29). Parents can pick up lunches for four days, today, May 26 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. The pickup today will include lunches for four days (some meals will be frozen). #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will hold their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in the Central Administration Board Room. A Live-Stream of the meeting will be available on Facebook. The agenda for the meeting can be found at: https://5il.co/ggfx #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Mark your calendars to help us honor our retiring staff with a parade in their honor! With the 2020 school year coming to an early closure we would like to recognize the five Wapello employees who are retiring by holding a Retirement Parade in their honor. All choosing to participate will meet at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26th at the Wapello Fairgrounds on the North end of town. We will pass by both school buildings where the retirees will be sitting. After we have paraded by the Wapello School buildings honoring retired staff the parade will continue throughout town showing our Wapello Tribe Pride Spirit. Who: EVERYONE - Students, Staff, Parents, Community Members What: Retirement Parade Where: Wapello Fair Grounds When: Tuesday, May 26th at 6:00 p.m. Why: To recognize and thank the 2020 retirees for their dedication and service. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Important Information regarding student lunches for this week (May 25-29). There will be no lunch pickup on Monday, May 25, due to the Memorial Day Holiday. Parents can pick up lunches for four days on Tuesday, May 26 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. The pickup on Tuesday will include lunches for four days (some meals will be frozen). #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Mark your calendars to help us honor our retiring staff with a parade in their honor! With the 2020 school year coming to an early closure we would like to recognize the five Wapello employees who are retiring by holding a Retirement Parade in their honor. All choosing to participate will meet at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26th at the Wapello Fairgrounds on the North end of town. We will pass by both school buildings where the retirees will be sitting. After we have paraded by the Wapello School buildings honoring retired staff the parade will continue throughout town showing our Wapello Tribe Pride Spirit. Who: EVERYONE - Students, Staff, Parents, Community Members What: Retirement Parade Where: Wapello Fair Grounds When: Tuesday, May 26th at 6:00 p.m. Why: To recognize and thank the 2020 retirees for their dedication and service. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Important Information regarding student lunches for next week (May 25-29). There will be no lunch pickup on Monday, May 25, due to the Memorial Day Holiday. Parents can pick up lunches for four days on Tuesday, May 26 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. The pickup on Tuesday will include lunches for four days (some meals will be frozen). Enjoy the long holiday weekend! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
2 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
As many of you know, today is supposed to be graduation day for our Wapello HS 2020 grads. Well, that day will eventually come and we will honor our seniors with the typical graduation ceremony later this summer. However, the WCSD staff thought it would be fun to give our Class of 2020 grads a special video on what should have been their day. The staff took on the Tik Tok Quarantine Catch Challenge. Check out our special, unique, and definitely entertaining gift to our senior class! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride #quarantinecatchchallenge #diplomatoss https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfAMsf6yAOE&feature=youtu.be
2 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michelle Wade
Our final Senior Shouts for the Class of 2020 go out to Kari Wilson, Brian Redmond and Freya Thompson. These three are part of the Wapello Class of 2020 who would also have graduated this Sunday. Congratulations to these students on their graduation from WHS Class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
On Sunday night, we're going to light up the ball fields one more time for the year in recognition of the senior class who would have graduated that day! #lightupIA will again light up the night sky in Wapello around sunset and remain on for 53 minutes (one minute for each member of the senior class). Check the site for arial views (barring rain), and look for a special recognition for the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020 #lightupIA
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Wapello High School staff and students would like to wish a Congratulations to the following students. In a normal year, they would be among those walking across the stage to receive their diploma this Sunday. But this final semester has been anything but normal, so we honor them here now, until we can officially later this summer. Congratulations to Matthew Engle, Alex Earnest, Oshen McGowan and Autumn Starkweather as they plan to graduate with the WHS class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Important Information regarding student lunches for next week (May 25-29). There will be no lunch pickup on Monday, May 25, due to the Memorial Day Holiday. Parents can pick up lunches for four days on Tuesday, May 26 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. The pickup on Tuesday will include lunches for four days (some meals will be frozen). Enjoy the long holiday weekend! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
Interested baseball players, please note: Meeting for interested baseball players grades 8-12 Meeting date is 5/26 (Tuesday) Meeting time is 7PM Zoom Session link - https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88349566426?pwd=QWFQVndrczBLQVVtdVh5aGVWYWp1UT09 Mr. Brown is requiring the athlete and/or parent attend. This is vital to getting number of athletes wanting to participate and the information in the hands of everyone. If someone does not have access to zoom or the internet, they may text or call Mr. Brown at 563-506-2341.
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
May 21 Update: That's right folks, I'm back. Did you miss me? I've been out of commission for a little while, but I'm slowly working my way back. The big news to come out of Des Moines is that high school baseball and softball are opened up. Practices can begin on June 1 and games can begin on June 15. There is a laundry list of requirements that coaches have to follow regarding distancing of kids and other factors, but we can work with that. Unfortunately, JH baseball and softball will not be coming back in June. This was announced today and will surely come as a disappointment to many folks. As we learn more about HS baseball/softball schedules, we'll send out the information. At this point, it is looking as if baseball and softball games will happen at alternate sites, in order to reduce crowd numbers. The Southeast Iowa Superconference will be determining specific schedules. Stay tuned for more information. As Iowa starts to open up, the guidelines are still valid: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. 6 feet is more than you think it is. Remember, one butter cow's distance. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we have more memories from the 2016-17 Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today we have more memories from the 2016-17 Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! More class photos from the 1980 WHS Tomahawk today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Today's Senior Shoutout goes to Leigha Weyrick. She is the daughter of Sydney and Fred Weyrick. While in high school Leigha has been active in Basketball, Soccer, and Band all four years. Leigha's plans after graduation are still to be determined. We asked Leigha to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Mr. Brandon Brown for this because, "He is a great basketball coach! I appreciate how he wants to build the Wapello girls basketball program into a winning tradition and how he made us feel like a family - including the team meals. Thank you for letting me be a part of the team. I am looking forward to watching where he takes the program in the future." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Leigha said "Always give your all and go to all summer practices - that is where you become great! Believe in yourself. You are coming from a great place. Go to open gym in the summer. Cheer for your teammates on your teams." Congratulations and best wishes to Leigha on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! More class photos from the 1980 WHS Tomahawk today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Important Information regarding student lunches for next week (May 25-29). There will be no lunch pickup on Monday, May 25, due to the Memorial Day Holiday. Parents can pick up lunches for four days on Tuesday, May 26 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am. The pickup on Tuesday will include lunches for four days (some meals will be frozen). Enjoy the long holiday weekend! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for a special meeting tonight at 6:00 p.m. at the Central Administration Office. The agenda can be found at: https://5il.co/g7fb This meeting will be live-streamed on Facebook beginning at 6:00 p.m. tonight. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Pantry will be open for pick up from 2:00 - 4:30 on Thursday, May 21st. Please drive around to the back of the building.
3 months ago, Teresa Good
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open tomorrow from 2:30 - 4:30.
3 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Michelle Wade
Midweek brings another Senior Shoutout. Today's first one is for Emerald Elton. Emerald is the daughter of Georgia and Alen Elton. Emerald worked hard in school and was able to graduate early this year. Her future include attending Southeastern Community College, then transfer to a four year college to purse a degree related to the environment. We asked Emerald to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Ms. Rena Philp for this because, "[with] her being the school counselor, she was always there to talk to me when I needed it. I knew I could count on her to give me good advice." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Emerald said "Enjoy the rest of each individual school day while you can, before you’re never a teen again." Congratulations and best wishes to Emerald on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
It's extremely rare that you see one of the Poole twins without the other. So today's second Senior Shoutout goes to Jacinda Poole. She is the daughter of Jennifer and Byron Poole. Jacey also spent her high school career focusing on her studies, and is also employed at J&S Tube. In fact, her job maybe how she's decided what her future plans will hold; which is to attend Southeastern Community College to study Precision Machining. We asked Jacey to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Mr. Bill Duhnam for this because, "He helped me find what I want to do." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Jacey said "Take it one step at a time even if it gets tough." Congratulations and best wishes to Jacey on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Is anyone that lives near Wapello High School missing a dog? This little one is at the WHS Greenhouse. If you recognize this dog, would you please notify the owners that it is hanging out at the WHS Greenhouse? Thank You!
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our first Senior Shoutout for today goes out to Jarin Poole. Jarin is the son of Jennifer and Byron Poole. While Jarin focused on his studies through high school, he had been working at J&S Tube prior to the COVID-19 shutdown. After graduation, Jarin plans to attend a two year program to study cybersecurity and networking. We asked Jarin to name a teacher/staff member who has made an impact on his life while in school. He named Mr. Jason Marshall because, "[he] helped me get through my years of school." When we asked Jarin his advice to the underclassmen of WHS, his answer, "If I can make it, you can make it." Congratulations and best wishes to Jarin as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #Class of 2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will be meeting for a Special Meeting on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. at the Wapello CSD Central Administration Office. The Regular Monthly Meeting previously scheduled for May 20, has been moved to May 27, 2020. The agenda for this week's Special Meeting can be found at: https://5il.co/g7fb #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Monday's second Senior Shoutout is for Logan Steahr. Logan is the son of Jolene Stanford and Michael Steahr. During high school, Logan spent his time focusing on his school work. After graduation, Logan plans to attend Southeastern Community College to study in the welding program. We asked Logan to name a teacher/staff member who has made an impact on his life while in school. He named Ms. Jane Bostian because, "She was always incredibly kind to everyone, and just lax enough for her classes to be fun whenever I was in them. She has always seemed like a teacher first and foremost, and a friend second. (Plus when I got left behind on the London subway in 2017 she insisted on holding my hand the rest of the time we rode them, lol)." When we asked Logan his advice to the underclassmen of WHS, he said, "You might feel like school is taking forever and you cant wait to be out, but I promise that when the time comes, you will miss having a set in stone schedule. Make the most of it while you can." Congratulations and best wishes to Logan on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #Class of 2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Mark your calendars to help us honor our retiring staff with a parade in their honor! With the 2020 school year coming to an early closure we would like to recognize the five Wapello employees who are retiring by holding a Retirement Parade in their honor. All choosing to participate will meet at 5:45 p.m. on Tuesday, May 26th at the Wapello Fairgrounds on the North end of town. We will pass by both school buildings where the retirees will be sitting. After we have paraded by the Wapello School buildings honoring retired staff the parade will continue throughout town showing our Wapello Tribe Pride Spirit. Who: EVERYONE - Students, Staff, Parents, Community Members What: Retirement Parade Where: Wapello Fair Grounds When: Tuesday, May 26th at 6:00 p.m. Why: To recognize and thank the 2020 retirees for their dedication and service. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
On a normal year, this would be the week leading up to Graduation. As we continue to celebrate this class of 2020, we'll start with today's first Senior Shoutout. It goes out to Dakota Woodsmall. Dakota is the daughter of Roger and Marla Woodsmall. She just recently transferred to Wapello, but has participated in Cross-Country and Track for one year during high school. Dakota's future plan is to begin working after graduation. Because the time Dakota spent at Wapello was cut short, instead of asking her advice, we'd like offer some for her, "Dakota, continue to encourage yourself, believe in yourself and always love yourself! If you do those things your future will be bright." (Ms. Rena Philp). The staff of WHS want to wish Dakota best wishes and Congratulations as she graduates with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Jaci Thornburg
Good Monday morning to you all! Please be reminded that teachers are still conducting zoom sessions throughout the week. There are lots of good virtual lessons happening at every level. Also, MS students, check out your new choice boards for the week! They have been posted on the website and emailed to you directly. MS/HS students, please don't forget to check your email for an ER update. If you still need to earn points for 3rd quarter you have until June 1st to do so. Have a wonderful week! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
The Wapello FFA Greenhouse is winding down sales for the year. 50% off on all remaining stock! Sales will now be by appointment only on Tuesday, May 19 - Thursday, May 21 and only exact change or checks can be accepted. To schedule an appointment, contact Danielle Wolfe at: danielle.wolfe@wapellocsd.org Thank you for your support of the Wapello FFA! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for today goes out to Max Hardin. Max is the son of Josh and Beth Hardin. For two years, Max played on the Indian football team. After graduation, Max plans to attend a trade school for electrical engineering. When we asked Max which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Mr. Bohlen (the boss man himself). This is because "He was always there for me and was always there to tell me when I was being stupid." Max's advice to underclassmen is "Don’t get on top of the school, it’s not worth it." (Seems like good advice!). Congratulations and best wishes to Max on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Today's first Senior Shoutout goes to Alexandra Caudle. Alex is the daughter of Kristy and Damon Moore. While in high school Alex has been active in Golf for one year, Choir, Speech and Drama, NHS and Student Council for two years, and Band for three years. Alex's future include attending Southeastern Community College, then transfer to a four year college. We asked Alex to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Ms. Jane Bostian for this because, "[she] has been one of my biggest supporters through out my high school career. She had been with me through thick and thin. There was never a day where I couldn't go into her classroom and expresses myself and my feelings. Ms. Bostian never made me feel like I was less, and saw talent in me that I didn't even know where there. She has always supported me in everything I have done, and was there as a shoulder to cry on when things didn't work out. Ms. Jane Bostian was not only one of my teachers but also a role model for me. She has given me confidence in myself and strength to continue being myself. I could never thank her enough for all she has done for me." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Alex said "Treat people with kindness, including yourself." Congratulations and best wishes to Alex on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Do you still need flowers and plants for your home or business? The Wapello FFA Greenhouse is accepting online orders for curbside pickup! Check out their website at: https://wapello-ffa-greenhouse.square.site/ Place your order, pay online, and arrange a time for pickup! It is that easy! Get your order in today, we have had a great response to this sale so far! Questions can be directed to: danielle.wolfe@wapellocsd.org #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
The second Senior Shoutout for today goes out to Austin Kemper. Austin is the son of Mark and Heather Kemper. While in high school, Austin was a member of the Indian Basketball team for one year. After graduation, Austin plans to join in the workforce at Kemper Trucking and Eagle Bluff Farms. We asked Austin to name a teacher/staff member who has made an impact on his life while in school. Austin named Mr. Ken Spielbauer and Mr. Larry Miller (former teacher) because, "Ken never gave up on me and for that I am forever grateful! Larry was a very good teacher!" When we asked Austin his advice to the underclassmen of WHS, he said, "make nice with Mrs. Moulton." Congratulations and best wishes to Austin and graduation from WHS with the class of 2020! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #Class of 2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry will be open from 2:30 a 4:30 today.
3 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Memories from the 16-17 Wapello Elementary Yearbook this week! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Memories from the 16-17 Wapello Elementary Yearbook this week! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! The Senior Class of 1980 is featured today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! The Senior Class of 1980 is featured today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
It's time again for our daily Senior Shoutout. The first one today is to Preston Dyer. Preston is the son of Brandi Dyer. He has spent his high school career focused on his grades, and after graduation, Preston's plan is to attend college yet to be determined. We asked Preston to name a teacher/staff member who has made an impact on his life while in school. He named Mr. Brandon Brown because, "[he] always makes his class interesting and engaging, (granted I like history anyway). He does a great job at making history relevant to modern day, and teaching in a way that makes you want to learn. I've never had a class with him that I disliked or loathed going to." When we asked Preston his advice to the underclassmen of WHS, he said "Don't take life too seriously. Just have fun and find happiness wherever you can. :)" Congratulations and best wishes to Preston as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #Class of 2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Pantry will be open for pick up Thursday from 2:00 - 4:30. Please drive around the back of the Elementary building and we will bring items out to you. You can call the Elementary school Thursday if you have any questions. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Teresa Good
Michelle Wade
Today's second Senior Shoutout goes to Tabitha Belzer. She is the daughter of Nathan and Rebecca Belzer. While in high school Tabitha has been active in Special Olympics for four years participating in Basketball, Softball, Soccer and Track . Tabitha's future plans are to continue living life to the fullest, while spreading love (and hugs) where ever she goes. We asked Tabitha to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Mrs. Kristin Yotter for this because, "She taught me to love math and we always have fun in her class." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Tabitha said "Love each other and have a great day." Congratulations and best wishes to Tabitha on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Our first Senior Shoutout for Wednesday goes out to Garyth Peck. Garyth is the son of Dawn Worley and Darrin Peck. After graduation, Garyth's plan include starting in the workforce. We asked Garyth to name a teacher/staff member who has made an impact on his life while in school. He named Mrs. Shannon Salazar because, "She made the scary situation of switching from elementary to high school tolerable and less frightening." When we asked Garyth his advice to the underclassmen of WHS, his answer was simple, "Persist." Congratulations and best wishes to Garyth as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #Class of 2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for today goes out to Mitchell Moore. Mitchell is the son of Dave and Ann Moore. Mitchell played golf for the Indians for one year, and was a four year participant in Wrestling (2 time State qualifier) and Football. Mitchell plans to attend Marshalltown Community College and will enter the Utility Technician Program and pursue a career as a Electrical Lineman after graduation. We asked Mitchell to name a teacher/staff member who has made an impact on his life while in school. Mitchell named Mr. Brandon Brown because, "I liked his class and it was fun everyday." When we asked Mitchell his advice to the underclassmen of WHS, he said, "Stay in school and make the most out of it, because you only get four years to make good friends and have fun!" Congratulations and best wishes to Mitchell as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #Class of 2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Tuesday's first Senior Shoutout is to Ricky Pforts. He is the son of Tina and Rob Pforts. During high school, Ricky has been a member of the Track (3 time State qualifier) and Football teams for four years, and Wrestling for one year. After graduation, Ricky plans to attend William Penn University to continue his academic and Football career. We asked Ricky to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on his life while in school. He said Mrs. Tina Pforts because, "She has always been there with me ever since I was in kindergarten because she had been a para to one of my former classmates Mason. She has also always helped me with homework if needed and has been by my side through life and school whenever I need her." When asked Ricky his advice for underclassmen, he said "Don’t take any days for granted. You never know when your last day in the life of a high school student can get taken away from you." Congratulations and best wishes to Ricky as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Parents and Students - Please take a look at the Distance Learning Page on our website. We have updated it with a daily schedule of Distance Learning Zoom Times. There is an Elementary and a JR/SR High Page. Please take a look at our Distance Learning Page for all of our Distance Learning Resources including these new schedules at: https://www.wapello.k12.ia.us/distance-learning-information-and-resources--2 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Today's second Senior Shoutout goes out to Robert Drayfahl. Robert is the son of Josh and Jill Drayfahl. For one year, Robert was a member of Band, NHS for two years, Track for three years, and Cross-Country for four. After graduation, Robert plans to join the Air Force. When we asked Robert which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Mrs. Kristin Marshall. This is because "She always helped me when I needed it the most." Robert's advice to underclassmen is simply to "Always try your best, but don't forget to enjoy the time you have." Congratulations and best wishes to Robert on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
March 11, 2020 Update: The weather yesterday felt like a day in late fall, rather than spring. I'm really hoping it was a fluke. Governor Reynolds hinted that she will reveal some details tomorrow about continued reopening efforts. I have no idea what those details might be. Time will tell. I will be out of commission for a couple days, so there won't be any daily updates. Fear not. They shall return. In the meantime... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you belong to a high risk group. Wash your hands. If you are out and about, practice social distance. For you State Fair fans, social distancing means keep one butter cow distance from other people. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
High School Students and Parents: You have been emailed the registration form, fees and schedule for SCC courses for this fall. Please email me (rena.philp@wapellocsd.org) with any questions. - Ms. Philp
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our first Senior Shoutout today goes out to Jesse Parish. Jesse is the son of Amber & Michael Spiker and Tim & Britnae Charlett. While in high school, Jesse has participated in Cross-Country for two years. He was also a member of the Track team, Band and Choir all four years. After graduation, Jesse plans to join the National Guard. When we asked Jesse which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Mr. Jason Marshall and Mr. Micah Peck. This is because "[they] pushed me to do my best even when I wanted to give up hope." Jesse's advice to underclassmen is "Always remember to enjoy the little things." Congratulations and best wishes to Jesse on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Brett Nagle
School Meals Reminder. Please remember that the school is still offering breakfast and lunches from 10:00-11:00 every Monday and Wednesday. Just pull behind the Elementary by the gym and they will be there ready to get you these FREE meals. These are for any students ages 0-18.
3 months ago, Brett Nagle
Michelle Wade
The second Senior Shoutout goes out to Cassandra Chesmore. Cassie is the daughter of James and Amber Chesmore. While in high school Cassie has been a member of the Football Cheerleading for three years and the Pom Squad for four. Cassie's plan after graduation is to begin in the workforce. We asked Cassie to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life while in school. She named Ms. Jane Bostian because, "[she] was the one teacher I trusted the most in the building. She was always there for me if I needed help with anything." When we asked Cassie her advice for underclassmen, she said "Enjoy your time in school and don't take anything for granted." Congratulations and best wishes to Cassie on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
May 8, 2020 Update: Happy Friday, everyone! Remember to pick up your missing clothes, notebooks, clothes, pencils, clothes, etc...from the school buildings. It's a shame your closets are sitting half empty when your clothes are on a lost and found table. There have been many rumors floating around about summer activities. Some say baseball and softball will start up. Some say the seasons are a lost cause. Governor Reynolds has said that she will issue guidance on summer activities by June 1. I'm confident we'll hear something before June 1. But, until the governor makes an announcement, everything is just a rumor. With certain parts of Iowa's economy opening up, the guidance from public health remains largely the same. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. If you are in a high risk group, stay home. Wash your hands. If you are out and about, practice social distancing of at least 6 feet. Wash your hands. Enjoy the weekend, everyone. I think it's going to get chilly. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Friday's first Senior Shoutout is to Jaeden Hoag. He is the son of Jeremy and Rebecca Hoag. During high school, Jaeden has been a member of the Track and Football teams for three years. After graduation, Jaeden plans to attend Central College to study Exercise Science, then own a gym, or pursue a career in law enforcement. We asked Jaeden to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on his life while in school. He said All of Them because, "the staff at Wapello have always been good to me, and I appreciate all of you putting up with my antics, and teaching me to never give up, thank you for being apart of my life." When asked Jaeden his advice for underclassmen, hesaid "Don't take anything or anyone for granted, you never know when something is going to be ripped out of your grasp. Life is hard, but it's also what you make of it, you dont have time to be unhappy, Good luck kids." Congratulations and best wishes to Jaeden as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020s
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Wapello Elementary would like to welcome Teresa Coleman as the new Elementary Secretary! Teresa will replace Phyllis Connolly who will be retiring later this month, after 35 years of service to the Wapello Community School District. Teresa has lived in the Wapello Community for the past 15 years, her family consists of her husband Tim, and her children Luray (4), and her son Jack (3). Teresa attended Southeastern Community College and Western Illinois University. Prior to starting at Wapello Elementary, Teresa worked for Louisa County in the Treasurer’s Office and as a dispatcher at the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office. In her spare time, you will find Teresa being with family and friends and spending time outside enjoying activities with her kids. Teresa has only been at Wapello Elementary for this past week, but she noted that, "In the short time I have worked at Wapello Elementary, I am amazed at how devoted and caring the staff is for the students who attend this school. I am very excited to get to know all the children, along with their families, when school starts back up! Please help us to welcome Teresa to the Wapello Community School District and wish her well in her new position! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Today's second Senior Shoutout goes out to Morgan Grimm. Morgan is the son of Robin and Jeb Grimm. For the past three years, Morgan has been a memeber of the Soccer team. After graduation, Morgan plans to study and work in the Electrical field. When we asked Morgan which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high school tenure he said Mr. Bill Dunham. This is because "[he] taught me things I didn’t know in Shop and I could do hands on activities." Morgan's advice to underclassmen is simply to "Enjoy it!" Congratulations and best wishes to Morgan on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
May 7, 2020 Update: ***Remember to contact the school to pick up your personal belongings. The piles are getting smaller, but we still have lots and lots of things that really belong in your own house, rather than the school. Check for missing clothes. Chances are good that they are sitting at one of the schools! ***Seniors, please contact either Michelle Dickey or Jolene Standford regarding senior T-shirts. They want to make sure every senior has a shirt. No cost to you. The cost has been covered by donors. ***Kids, I hope all of you washed your feet after reading yesterday's update. If not, wash them especially well tonight! ***Today, the guidelines are presented to you in Esperanto. This language was created in the late 1800s and was supposed to become the universal language that replaced all of the other languages on the planet. Yeah, well, that was a big failure. But, the language lives on. Enjoy. Lavu viajn manojn. Kovru vian tuson. Lavu viajn manojn. Restu hejme. Lavu viajn manojn. Praktiku socian distancadon. Lavu viajn manojn. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday to the Senior Class of 2008! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Thursday's first Senior Shoutout goes to Madyson Reid. Mady is the daughter of Dave Reid and Jamie Ewart. While in high school Mady has been active in Basketball for four years, and softball for 5 years. Mady's future plans include attending Indian Hills Community College to study Radiologic Technology. We asked Mady to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Mr. Micah Peck for this because, "[he] always told me that 'you can go further in life than you expect to'." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Mady said "Live everyday of high school like it’s always your last day." Congratulations and best wishes to Mady on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday to the Senior Class of 2008! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello FFA Greenhouse is open for online orders and curbside pickup! Check out their website at the link below to place your order and pay online! View the site at: https://wapello-ffa-greenhouse.square.site/
3 months ago, Eric Small
Jane Bostian
WHS Senior T-shirts! If you are interested in a Wapello Senior T-shirt, follow this link! https://forms.gle/G4rqGgzxfXjQqo5u6 Or contact Jolene Standford (Logan Steahr) or Michelle Dickey (Eryka Dickey). Anyone is welcome to order! SENIORS: If you need assistance ordering a shirt, please contact Jolene or Michelle. Orders are Due Saturday, May 9th.
3 months ago, Jane Bostian
Steve Bohlen
High School Food Pantry will be open from 3:00-5:00 today.
3 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Michael Peterson
Happy Teacher and Staff Appreciation Week! We are in strange times right now, and school certainly doesn't look like it did only a few months ago. But one of the lessons that COVID-19 is teaching us is that schools play a huge role in the lives of our students and our community. And schools can't operate without amazing people. And that's what we have, absolutely amazing people. So, thank you to all of the teachers and staff who are figuring out how to operate in different ways, with different technologies, with different expectations, and a whole lot of unknowns. Thank you for stepping up and confronting this latest challenge. Your work, much of it out of sight and behind the scenes, is vitally important and tremendously appreciated. Thank you. Mike
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Pantry will be open Thursday, May 7th from 2:00-4:30. Please follow the signs to the back of the building where we will place the food outside for you to pick up. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Teresa Good
Michelle Wade
Wednesday's second Senior Shoutout goes out to Alexis Knight. Alexis is the daughter of Kerry and Darin Knight. While in high school Alexis has been a member of the Student Council and NHS for two years, track for one year, Cross-Country and Soccer for three years, and Band for four years. Alexis's future plan is to attend Iowa State University to study Animal Ecology. We asked Alexis to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life while in school. She named Mrs. Annette Ungerer because, "She has always really cared for me and every single one of her students and she truly wants us all to succeed in life." When asked Alexis her advice for underclassmen, she said "Keep going and never give up no matter what." Congratulations and best wishes to Alexis on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
March 6, 2020 Update: If you haven't picked up your personal belonging from the school, please call the school and make arrangements to get them. School fulfill many functions, but serving as a thrift store for lost articles of clothing is a role we will gladly give up! Today, I decided to share a gross fact with everyone. Did you know that, on average, your feet have over 250,000 sweat glands and give off almost 1 cup of sweat EACH DAY? Something to ponder... And while you're pondering... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. Resist the temptation. Stay home. Wash your hands. If you leave home, practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Today is "Dress Like Your Favorite Teacher Day" for our Virtual Teacher Appreciation Day! Post a picture of a Wapello Student dressed like their favorite teacher! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our first Senior Shoutout for today is to Frederick Davidson. Freddie is the son of Angie and Larry Davidson. During high school, he has put his talents into Art, displaying a range of abilities in showcases and contests. After graduation, Freddie plans to attend Southeastern Community College to study Photography, then transfer to the University of Iowa to study Graphic Design and Photography. We asked Freddie to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on his life while in school. He named Ms. Rena Philp because, "whenever I needed any help with anything regarding school, she was there to offer as much as she could." When asked his advice for underclassmen, Freddie said "Be yourself and keep pushing towards your dreams, it’s only up from here." Congratulations and best wishes to Freddie as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020s
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
May 5, 2020 Update: You guys thought you were going to be able to avoid my update for a day, didn't you? Well, the jokes on you, because here we go... And after all of that lead-in, there isn't much new to report. If you weren't able to get to the buildings to pick up your child's belongings, you can still call the school and arrange a time. Also, remember to ask about the lost and found items. It is absolutely amazing how many clothes go missing from kids' closets over the course of a year. And what's up with single socks? How does someone lose one sock? It is truly a mystery. And no update would be complete without... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. 'Nuf said. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Tomorrow is "Dress Like Your Favorite Teacher Day" for our Virtual Teacher Appreciation Day! Post a picture of a Wapello Student dressed like their favorite teacher! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for today is to Grifin Schoonover. Grifin is the son of Curt and Miranda Schoonover. While in high school, Grifin has been very active very active in FFA for one year, NHS for two years, Choir for three years, and spent his entire high school tenure on the Cross-Country and Track teams. Grifin's future plans include pursuing his Associates Degree at Southeastern Community College, and then transfer to a university yet to be determined. When we asked Grifin which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during high shool he said Mr. Micah Peck. This is because "He taught me that even when you think you have nothing left to give, there's always another gear left." Grifin's advice to underclassmen is "Don't take school for granted." Congratulations and best wishes to Grifin on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Today's first Senior Shoutout goes to Julieann Chamberlin-Johnston. Julieann is the daughter of John and Jaime Richardson. While in high school Julieann has participated in Speech for one year, NHS and Student Council for two years, and Drama and FFA for three years. Julieann's future plan is attend college somewhere to pursue a Special Education degree. We asked Julieann to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life. She named Mrs. Kristin Yotter for this because, "From the moment I stepped foot in her classroom she made me feel excepted. She helped me come out of my shell and in turn let my quirky personality flourish. She help solidify the fact that I want to be a special education teacher, to help special kids succeed just like her." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Julieann said "Always be your unique, goofy awesome self, no matter what other people may think. Being yourself is always beautiful." Congratulations and best wishes to Julieann as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Jaci Thornburg
Middle school and high school students can pick up their locker belongings at the practice gym once again today. The gym doors will be open from 8:00 - 12:00 and again from 1:00 - 5:00. Please stop by and get your items. Seniors: there are also Class of 2020 signs for you to pick up for your yard. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
For today's installment of Virtual Teacher Appreciation Week, let's do "Take-a-Way Tuesday" Ask your child, "What is a famous line that your teacher ALWAYS repeats in class?" Post their responses on our post on Facebook! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
For tomorrow's installment of Virtual Teacher Appreciation Week, let's do "Take-a-Way Tuesday" Ask your child, "What is a famous line that your teacher ALWAYS repeats in class?" Post their responses on our Facebook page tomorrow! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for this Monday in May is to Katelyn Yeakey. Katelyn is the daughter of Krista Marlette and Michael Yeakey. While in high school Katelyn has been a member of the Student Council for two years, while also participating in NHS for three years, and Band and Drama for four. Katelyn's future plan is to attend Des Moines Area Community College to study in the Court Reporting program. We asked Katelyn to name a teacher/staff member who has had an impact on her life while in school. Katelyn named Mrs. Randi Moulton because, "she holds her students accountable. She treated me how I wanted to be treated, like an independent person capable of thought. She taught me to be unapologetic with who I am." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Katelyn said "There’s always sunshine after rain, no matter how long the storm is." Congratulations and best wishes to Katelyn on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
May 4, 2020 update: If you did not have a chance to pick up your child's belongings from the elementary school today, please call the school and make arrangements to pick them up. The secondary building is open for pickup tomorrow. High school students in the morning. Middle school parents in the afternoon. Now, we aren't going to make you come to the building twice to pick up things. If you have a high schooler and a middle schooler, you can pick up everything at once. When I was an English teacher, I would sometimes challenge my students to complete a piece of writing without using a certain letter of the alphabet. Some letters were easier than others. I asked Matthew to pick a letter of the alphabet at random. Of course, he picked the letter "E." So, here is my attempt to give today's guidelines without using the letter "E." Wash your hands. Cloak your cough. Wash your hands. Stay in your accommodations. Stay in your lodgings. Stay in your pad. Wash your hands. If you must go from your lodgings, apply social distancing. Wash your hands. Isolation does strange things to one's brain. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Todays' first Senior Shoutout is to Kolby Bishop. Kolby is the son of Jerald and Nina Solomon. While in high school, Kolby has focused on his class work. Kolby is unsure as to what he will do after graduation at this time. We asked Kolby to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on his life while in school. He named Mrs. Kristin Yotter because, "she helped me stay on task." When asked his advice for underclassmen, Kolby said "pay attention to [the] teacher." Congratulations and best wishes to Kolby as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020s
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Wapello FFA has launched an online site for plant sales that have been raised in the FFA Greenhouse. Orders can be placed and paid for online and orders can be picked up curbside. Visit their site at: wapello-ffa-greenhouse.square.site to take a look at what they have to offer and times that plants can be picked up. Pictures of the different plants are being added to their site currently, so check back to see the offerings! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
Good morning! The choice boards for this week have been posted! We also have an easier way for you to get to them. Check out the "Important Corona Virus Information" banner at the top of the school website. The links are there for your convenience! Also, don't forget to stop by outside the practice gym at the high school to pick up your belongings from both your regular locker and your gym locker. Mr. Bohlen and Mrs. Thornburg are waiting to meet students to deliver their items to them. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
WCSD Students and Parents! It is Teacher Appreciation Week! Since we can’t be there in person, we will do a Virtual Teacher Appreciation Week. Watch our page this week for a series of events to help honor our teachers! Students or parents, help your student comment below and share a story with us about an Educator that has made an impact on your life! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #WCSDTeachersCan
3 months ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
Elementary students and parents. Your items are set to be picked up. Remember to come through the bus lane from the west. We will get child’s/children’s name and class and get the items to you. No need to leave your vehicle! See you soon!
3 months ago, Brett Nagle
Kathy Begey
From the WCSD Lunch Program: We are serving meals (breakfast and lunch) on Mondays and Wednesdays from.10-11! If you are new to picking up meals, please call the elementary kitchen to let us know how many children you want meals for.
3 months ago, Kathy Begey
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout on this first day of May goes out to Daniel Meeker. Daniel is the son of Doug Meeker and Shelly Waste. Daniel has been very active during high school, participating in Cross-Country for one year, Choir for two, Football for three and Wrestling for four (4 time state qualifier). Daniel's future plans include attending Loras College to study Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, while competing with the wrestling team. When we asked Daniel which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during high shool he said Mr. Todd (Coach) Parsons. This is because "He always pushed me to get better every day and always said "on good teams- Coaches keep players accountable, But on great teams- Players keep Players Accountable." Daniel's advice to underclassmen is "Get good grades and be a good student or student athlete. But never forget to have a little fun in high school." Congratulations and best wishes to Daniel on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
May 1, 2020 Update Happy 1st day of May. At least, I think it's the first day of May. Anyone else having trouble with days blurring together? We have plans for Graduation and Prom. Graduation is scheduled for June 28 with a 7:00pm start at the football field. If we are not allowed to gather on June 28, the alternate date will be July 11 at 10:00am at the football field. Rain locations for both days will be the high school. If we are still locked down in July, we will figure out some type of virtual event to honor our seniors. Prom is scheduled for June 20. If we aren't able to gather by then, we will work to put together some type of dance event later in the summer, potentially after graduation. Our hope is that this information will allow families to at least start to plan. Be sure to check previous updates for schedules to come and pick up your child's personal belongings. We are not collecting textbooks or computers. This is just a time for you to pick up your things. Remember that Louisa County is not one of those counties that is "opening up" today. Therefore... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay home. Stay home. Wash your hands. If you must leave home, practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Attention all 8th - 11th grade students: there is a virtual zoom meeting today at 1:30 p.m. for anyone interested in trying out for Football Cheer for the 2020-2021 football season. You have a shared document in your email from Mrs. Thornburg with information and the link for the zoom meeting. Please join us if you are interested in football cheerleading for next season! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michelle Wade
We welcome in May with today's first Senior Shoutout. This goes out to Ada Chavarria. Ada is the daughter of Dora and Efrain Chavarria. During her high school tenure, Ada has been very involved in Soccer and Softball for one year. After graduation, Ada's future plans include going straight into the workforce. We've asked Ada to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on her life while in school. She named Mrs. Aracely Schlesing for this because, "...she always gave the best advice and helped through any problems I had, with school or outside of school." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Ada said "Cherish every moment." Congratulations and best wishes to Ada as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Monique Peck
Attention Seniors of 2020! We are getting rid of several of our rocks. We thought it would be cool to have you grab a rock from our yard, paint it at home, & Shaggy’s will use it for their new landscaping. I’ll leave paint markers near the rocks also, in case you just want to just sign your name on one, that’s fine too. Drop it off at Shaggy’s when we do the Cruise Night. Stop by our house anytime today or tomorrow! You’ll see the pile of rocks. Help yourself! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Monique Peck
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for Thursday is to Lily Williams. Lily is the daughter of Johnnie Williams and Sheri Crawford. While in high school Lily has been a member of the NHS for two years, and participated in Speech for one. Lily's future plan is to take a gap year as "I wait to see where God leads me". We asked Lily to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on her life while in school. Lily said this was Ms. Jane Bostian because, "[she] isn't just a teacher. She's a friend. She's willing to always listen, and she dishes out advice when needed. Ms. Bostian also goes out of her way to help others even when it doesn't benefit her. She's helped me with an abundant amount of papers and speeches over the years (and she's helped others who aren't even in her class). She's been there for me since sophomore year, and she's the type of teacher who just doesn't give up on her students. She's never given up on me, and I'm thankful for her." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Lily said "Live for Jesus Christ and Him alone because He's the way, the truth, and the life." Congratulations and best wishes to Lily on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
(part 2) One last item, track athletes who have Subway fundraiser cards/money please bring your cards/money with you when you pick up your belongings. If you have any questions about pick up times please call the high school office at 523-3241. Monday, May 4th Middle School Students (Grades 6-8) Pick Up Time - 8:00 - 12:00 High School Students (Grades 9-12) Pick Up Time - 1:00 - 5:00 Tuesday, May 5th High School Students (Grades 9 - 12) Pick Up Time - 8:00 - 12:00 Middle School Students (Grades 6-8) Pick Up Time - 1:00 - 5:00
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
Schedule for Picking Up Student Belongings at the high school: Students can start picking up their belongings starting on Monday, May 4th. All materials from student lockers and gym lockers have been placed in individual bags. The bags have been placed in the new practice gym for pickup. High school students please come to the south door of the practice gym when retrieving your materials and middle school students please come to the north door of the practice gym. You can pull up curbside, tell us what bags you are picking up, and we will have volunteers retrieve your bags for you. Parents if you are coming to the elementary to pick up materials and the time does not coincide with times at the high school please feel free to stop by the high school and pick up your child’s belongings. We want to make this process as convenient as possible. Unfortunately we had a number of items left on the locker room floors that we cannot connect to an owner. We have created a “lost & found” table for these items. When you get home and notice that you may be missing a pair of shoes, gym shorts, t-shirt, etc.. please call the school and you can come in and look through the “lost and found” tables. One last item, track athletes who have Subway fundraiser cards/money please bring your cards/money with you when you pick up your belongings. If you have any questions about pick up times please call the high school office at 523-3241. Monday, May 4th Middle School Students (Grades 6-8) Pick Up Time - 8:00 - 12:00 High School Students (Grades 9-12) Pick Up Time - 1:00 - 5:00 Tuesday, May 5th High School Students (Grades 9 - 12) Pick Up Time - 8:00 - 12:00 Middle School Students (Grades 6-8) Pick Up Time - 1:00 - 5:00
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
April 30, 2020 Update: Nathan Belzer has sidewalk chalk. Lots of sidewalk chalk. Feel free to decorate the school parking lots and sidewalks. Socially distance. Be safe. Have fun! I will be sending out the secondary building's plan for students picking up their belongings. It will be in a separate message due to length. And now, today's health guidelines shall be presented to you in the form of poetry. Specifically, that very popular poetic form...the limerick. Feel free to read out loud to get the full effect. When you're washing your hands on this day...Please remember at home your should stay...Because when the sun glows...And the cool breezes blow...It's so hard to keep COVID at bay. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Todays' first Senior Shoutout is to Adam Kerr. Adam is the son of Lynn Smith and Richard Kerr. Adam has spent many hours of his high school career working in nursing homes, and has been a Certified Nursing Assistant for a year now. After graduation, Adam plans to attend Southeastern Community College to study in the Nursing program, then obtain his BSN from the University of Iowa. We asked Adam to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on his life while in school. He named Mrs. Diana Mairet because, "[she] has pushed me to work hard at my studies. She has taught me to never give up even if I am struggling. She has always been available if I had any questions." When asked his advice for underclassmen, Adam said "Find what you love to do and build and grow off that. Don’t be afraid to take new opportunities." Congratulations and best wishes to Adam as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020s
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Here are today's Throwback Thursday memories from the Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are today's Throwback Thursday memories from the Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are today's memories for Throwback Thursday from the 1975 WHS Tomahawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are today's memories for Throwback Thursday from the 1975 WHS Tomahawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our second Wednesday Senior Shoutout is for Blake Maine. Blake is the son of Shawn and Melissa Maine. For four years, Blake has participated in Cross-Country, Student Council, Speech and Drama, and Band. He also been in Choir, NHS, and FCCLA for two years. After graduation, Blake plans to attend Muscatine Community College, then transfer to Iowa State University to double major in Theater and Computer Engineering. When we asked Blake which staff members has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Ms. Bostian, Mrs. Moulton, and Mr. & Mrs. Peck. This is because "I honestly can't decide between the four of them, and it wouldn't feel right to leave three of them out. They have all helped me in all different ways become the person I am today, and I can't tell them thank you enough. Every single one of them have spent countless hours of their freetime with me practicing, teaching me, or even just hanging out. I know I don't say it enough, but thank you all for helping me on my path to a new beginning, and I cant wait for you all to see where I go in the future!" Blake's advice to underclassmen is "Do all of your work to the best of your ability, have a ton of fun, but not to much 😉, and remember to keep making memories while you still can because you never know when you will walk down the halls of your high school for the last time." Congratulations and best wishes to Blake on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 29, 2020: No new school information was released today, which is OK. These days, no news is good news. The school food pantries will be open again this week. The Elementary pantry is open from 2:30-4:30. The HS pantry is open from 3:30-5:30. High school students, Zoom is a wonderful thing. You should really take advantage of it, and your teachers are giving you amazing opportunities to do so. You should really check it out! Hint...Hint... No goofy language today, folks. Just follow the guidelines: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. You like your home. Stay home. Wash your hands. If you must leave your home, practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Bank will be open on Thursday from 3:30-5:30.
3 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Michelle Wade
Wednesday's first Senior Shoutout goes to Micah Truitt. Micah is the daughter of Mike Truitt and Jaime Truitt. Micah has been very involved in activities while in high school; including one year on the Golf team, two years in Track, Softball, Choir, NHS, and Student Council. For four years, she was also on the Volleyball team. Micah's future plans include attending Indian Hills Community College to study radiological technology, then transfer to the University of Iowa to specialize in ultrasound and sonography. As we did before, we asked Micah to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. She named Mr. & Mrs. Brandon and Megan Brown for this because, "[they] always there for me academically and personally." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Micah said "Cherish every moment, it truly goes by so fast." Congratulations and best wishes to Micah as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Jane Bostian
WHS Senior T-Shirts!! If you are interested in a Wapello Senior T-shirt, contact Michelle Dickey (Eryka Dickey) or Jolene Stanford (Logan Steahr). They aren't only for WHS Seniors! Anyone is welcome to order! (More details to come in the following days!)
3 months ago, Jane Bostian
Kathy Begey
From the WCSD Lunch Program: We are serving meals (breakfast and lunch) on Mondays and Wednesdays from.10-11! If you are new to picking up meals, please call the elementary kitchen to let us know how many children you want meals for.
3 months ago, Kathy Begey
Michelle Wade
CORRECTION: Our second Senior Shoutout goes out to AnnMarie Freshwater. AnnMarie is the daughter of Tamara Rickheim and Michael Freshwater. While in high school AnnMarie has been involved in many activities; one year of Student Council, two years in Soccer and Football Cheerleading. For three years, she has participated in Track, Softball and Drama, and four years in Band and Choir, Volleyball and Wrestling Cheerleading. AnnMarie's future plans include attending Southeastern Community College, then transferring to Iowa Wesleyan to major in Elementary Education. We asked AnnMarie to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on her life while in school. AnnMarie said this was Mr. Micah Peck because, "he never let me give up and he always pushed me to be my best. He has always showed me that he believes in me and he has always been there for me throughout my years and Wapello." When asked her advice for underclassmen, AnnMarie said "don’t waste time fighting with each other because you never know what hand life is going to give you. Just make as many good memories with each other as you possibly can and enjoy being in high school. " Congratulations and best wishes to AnnMarie on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Teresa Good
The Wapello Elementary food pantry will be open from 2:30 - 4:30 on Thursday, April 30th. Please drive around the back of the building to pick up food. #wearewapllo #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Teresa Good
Michael Peterson
April 28, 2020 Update: Happy Tuesday, everyone! No new school announcements from the governor today. She did confirm that she is lifting the ban on in-person worship services throughout the entire state. Yesterday, there was some confusion about this question, so I was glad she clarified things today. Yesterday, we sent out information for parents about picking up their student's supplies and belongings. Be sure to contact the elementary if you have questions or concerns. And now, we are going to have today's guidance provided in Ubbi Dubbi. Yes, that is an actual language, according to Google. Wubash yubour hubands Cubover yubour cubough Wubash yubour hubands Stubay hubome. Thubis mubeans yubou Wubash yubour hubands Ubif yubou mubust trubavubel prubactubice subocubiubal dubistubancubing Wubash yubour hubands Yes, social distancing is getting to all of us! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Todays' first Senior Shoutout is to Walker Bolander. Walker is the son of Dianna and Charlie Bolander. While in high school Walker has participated in Track for one year, Football for two years, Golf for three, and was a member of the WHS FFA fro four years. After graduation, Walker plans to train to become a master pipe fitter at MWI. We asked Walker to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. He named Mr. Jason Marshall because, "he was my golf coach and would answer any question I may need." When asked his advice for underclassmen, Walker said "expect every day of your senior year [to be] your last because you never know when it will be for sure." Congratulations and best wishes to Walker as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020s
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Wapello FFA will be opening their Greenhouse to sell available plants and flowers to the general public starting on Wednesday, May 6, 2020. We will offer online purchasing and payment with curbside pickup of plants ordered. Please watch our website and social media feeds for further details on this online sale to benefit the Wapello FFA. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #SurvivingCovid-19
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for Monday goes to Ethan Gillette. Ethan is the son of Suzy and Mark Gillette. While in High School, Ethan has participated in Football and Soccer for 3 three years. After graduation, Ethan plans to attend Iowa State University with a major to be determined. When we asked Ethan which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Ms. Rena Philp. This is because "She helped me pursue my goals after high school." Ethan's advice to underclassmen is "You never know when it will end, so enjoy it while it lasts.." Congratulations and best wishes to Ethan as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 27, 2020 update (continued): ***Principal Nagle has put together a plan for elementary students to get their belongings. Classroom teachers will be bagging up individual student's belongings. Families will then be assigned a time span to come pick up the belongings. Pickup will be Monday, May 4th. Parents will pull in to the bus lane, entering from the west. Someone will go get the pre-packed items and bring them to you. There is no completely smooth way to get this done, so thank you, in advance, for your patience with this. If your last names starts with A-D, your time is 8:00-8:45. E-K will be 8:45-9:30. L-P will be 9:30-10:15. Q-S will be 10:15-10:45. T-Z will be 11:45-12:30. If these times do not work for you, please contact the elementary school to make alternate arrangements. ***A pickup schedule for the secondary building will be coming in the next couple days. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
April 27, 2020 Update: ***Governor Reynolds has taken steps to start "opening up" portions of the state. However, Louisa County is not one of those areas. As of now, the restrictions for Louisa County and other areas with high case numbers remain in place. She did say that May 15 would, hopefully, see another round of openings. An exception to this is worship services. Churches are now able to have worship services, regardless of county, provided social distancing guidelines are still followed. ***Remember that breakfast and lunch pickups are Mondays and Wednesdays at 10:00 each day. This is available for anyone aged 0-19, even if you don't go to school in Wapello. ***Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay home. Stay home. Wash your hands. If you absolutely must go somewhere, practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Today's first Senior Shoutout goes to Eryka Dickey. Eryka is the daughter of Gary and Michelle Dickey. While in high school Eryka has participated in Softball and NHS for two years, while spending all four years in Cross-Country, Basketball, Track, Band, and Student Council (class officer). Eryka's future plans include attending the University of Iowa to study Pharmacy. As we did before, we asked the Senior to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Eryka named Mr. Brandon Brown for this because, "[he] has been very influential in my life through academics and sports. He helped me learn a lot about history by providing an opportunity for me to experience the holocaust in person. He traveled with me and my classmates to Europe and gave us an experience that left a life lasting impression. Mr. Brown also had a major impact on my senior basketball season. His positive attitude and encouragement gave me the confidence I needed to reach many goals throughout the season. He built a great relationship with me and helped me through many challenges during the season as well. I am appreciative of the many ways he influenced my life in high school." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Eryka said "Don’t take a single day of high school for granted. Make the best of everyday with your friends and classmates because you never know when it maybe your last." Congratulations and best wishes to Eryka as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Jaci Thornburg
High school students and parents, if you or your child are involved in any CTE or Music classes, you now have a choice board for your weekly activities for those classes. The link to the choice board was sent to all HS students this morning via email. To find the choice board on the school website, please click on "Menu", the middle column that comes up is called "Quicklinks". You will then scroll down to "High School CTE Choice Boards", you can click that link to be taken to the choice board. We hope the students find this opportunity for extended learning useful. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jeanna Gerot
Just a reminder that all silver cord forms for high school students are due to Mrs.Gerot by Friday, May 1. These can be mailed to the high school or scanned and emailed to, jeanna.gerot@wapellocsd.org Thanks for all your volunteer work!
3 months ago, Jeanna Gerot
Jaci Thornburg
Happy Monday! Middle school students and parents, there are new choice boards up on the school website this morning. MS students have also received the links in your email. Remember, the goal is to complete 2 activities under each column throughout the week. Have a fantastic week! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride #wemissourstudents
3 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Kathy Begey
From the WCSD Lunch Program: We are serving meals (breakfast and lunch) on Mondays and Wednesdays from.10-11! If you are new to picking up meals, please call the elementary kitchen to let us know how many children you want meals for.
3 months ago, Kathy Begey
Shannon Salazar
Middle schoolers were challenged to find a unique place to read their independent read book and send Mrs. Salazar a selfie. Check out some of the unique places students found to read last week! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Shannon Salazar
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout is to Riley Gerst. Riley is the daughter of Katie & Jarin Gerst and Kyle Fletcher. While in high school Riley has participated in many activities; one year of Speech, two years in Golf, Drama and NHS. She has also been active in Band and manager for the Girls' Basketball team for three years, along with managing Baseball and Cross-Country for four. RIley has also represented her class on Student Council and the PBIS Student Committee for four year. Riley's future plans include attending the University of Iowa to study in the Pre-Physicians Assistant program. We asked Riley to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on her life while in school. Riley said this was Mr. Brandon Brown because, "he always encourages me when I am down because of personal or school issues. I always go to him with random or serious questions and he always answers them no matter how dumb they are. I can rant to him about everything and anything and he always gives advice even if i don’t want to hear it. Both of the Brown’s have always had my back and I could never thank them enough." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Riley said "don’t take anything for granted and participate in everything you can, that’s where you get the best memories. Become close with your grade it makes high school more enjoyable." Congratulations and best wishes to Riley on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 24, 2020 Update: A reminder to everyone that we will continue to provide breakfast and lunch for any child age 0-18, regardless of whether they go to school in Wapello or not. Meals are available at 10:00 on Mondays (for Monday and Tuesday) and Wednesdays (for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). Kids, keep attending your Zoom sessions. Schools buildings are closed, but school is not. Neither is your brain. Even though Governor Reynolds game some indication that some parts of the state will be "opened up" on Monday, the recommendations from public health and the CDC remain the same. Wash your hands. STAY HOME Cover your cough. STAY HOME Wash your hands.STAY HOME STAY HOME. Wash your hands. STAY HOME If you must leave for an essential trip, practice social distancing. STAY HOME Wash your hands. STAY HOME. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Friday brings another of our Senior Shoutouts. Today's first one goes out to Drake Timmerman. Drake is the son of Erin and Brett Timmerman. While in high school Drake has participated in Baseball and Golf for two years, and was a member of the Indians Football team for four years. After graduation, Drake plans to train to become a heavy equipment operator. We asked Drake to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. He named Mr. Jason Marshall and Mrs. Jessica Nagle because, "they helped me out a lot and helped create my future." When asked his advice for underclassmen, Drake said "enjoy all of your years in high school because in goes by way too fast." Congratulations and best wishes to Drake and his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020s
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout is to Daniel Hemphill. Daniel is the son of Shane and Michele Hemphill. For two years, Daniel participated in NHS and Choir, while running on the Cross-Country team for three years, along with four years in FFA and Track. Daniel was also a memeber of the local 4-H club, and a member of the County Coucil. After graduation, Daniel plans to attend a Iowa State University to study Agriculture Business. When we asked Daniel which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Mrs. Kristin Marshall. This is because "She always has a positive attitude. Even if she’s frustrated, she never shows it. She makes my least favorite subject a little more enjoyable." Daniel's advice to underclassmen is "Take notes and listen to teachers. Your senior classes are the most important for college." Congratulations and best wishes to Daniel on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 23, 2020 Update: Happy Thursday, everyone! Teachers are going to be calling students and their families in the near future. In fact, some of these calls probably started today. The goal is to keep in contact with students and find out how we can better meet educational needs. If your family hasn't been contacted, you will be in the near future. We've noticed an increase in Zoom meeting attendance today. This is a great thing to see and this trend needs to continue. Governor Reynolds closed school buildings. She did not close school. Today's reminder will be presented to you today in Pig Latin. Enjoy. ashway ouryay andshay . overcay ouryay oughcay . ashway ouryay andshay . aystay omehay . aystay omehay . aystay omehay . ashay ouryay andshay . if ouyay ustmay eavelay omehay , enthay acticepray ocialsay istancingday . ashway ouryay andshay . #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
3 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Today's Wapello Elementary memories come from the 2015-16 Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Today's Wapello Elementary memories come from the 2015-16 Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday this week is from 1975! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Today's first Senior Shoutout goes to Paige Klinedinst. Paige is the daughter of Angela & Rick Cook and Mark & Kim Klinedinst. While in high school Paige has participated in Student Council and Speech for one year, two years in Basketball, NHS, Softball and was a Footbal Cheerleader. She was also apart of the Volleyball and Choir for three years, and Track and Band for four. Paige’s future plan is to attend Southeastern Community College to study nursing. We asked the Senior to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Paige named Mrs. Jaci Thornburg for this because, "She always made sure I was doing okay and always found a way to put a smile on my face no matter what. She cares for every single student." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Paige said "Live life to the fullest and enjoy every moment. If you are having a bad day, find the good in it." Congratulations and best wishes to Paige on her graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
3 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday this week is from 1975! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Between meetings, zoom sessions, and the craziness that we are now all a part of, we failed to recognize our outstanding Administrative Professionals yesterday. These ladies are instrumental in making sure our buildings operate on a daily basis. Without their hard work and dedication, we would be at a loss. Thank you to Rae, Phyllis, and Kenna for all that you do on a daily basis for the students and staff at the Wapello Community School District! Please help us to thank these three amazing Administrative Professionals that the district is lucky to have! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
3 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
Good morning to all! The WCSD teachers are going to begin making phone calls to all of our students over the course of the next few days. We want to check in with our kids and let you know we are thinking of you all. We also have some questions that the Iowa Department of Education, as well as our own technology directors are seeking answers to concerning student learning during this time of quarantine. Some questions may require parental help to answer. Please know, our ultimate goal is to find ways to better serve our students during this time. We are looking forward to speaking with our students. We miss you all greatly! Parents, as always, if you have questions concerning the phone calls and/or their purpose, please feel free to contact the central office. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for a special meeting tonight at 7:00 pm. The meeting will be live-streamed on the Wapello CSD Facebook page at 7:00. The agenda can be found at: https://5il.co/f8fr #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout is for Skyler Patrick. Skyler is the daughter of Lisa and David Patrick. While in high school she has participated in many activities; including Football Cheerleading, Basketball (manager), Band, NHS and was a Baseball manager for one year. She's also participated in Volleyball and FFA for four years, as well as Poms (in some manner). Skyler's future plans include attending Southeastern Community College to study early childhood development. We asked Skyler to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Skyler said this was Mrs. Danielle Wolfe because, "[she] always been the teacher I could talk to about anything or if I needed a shoulder to cry on. She has always influenced me to be the best me and I will miss her very much next year." When asked her advice for underclassmen, Skyler said "Never take your senior year for granted because you never know when it could be taken away from you." Congratulations and best wishes to Skyler as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 22, 2020 Update: No new school announcements today. As the weather gets nicer, don't forget that school buildings may be closed, but school isn't. Students, attend your Zoom sessions and make your teachers happy! And remember... 1.Wash your hands. 2.Cover your cough. 3.Stay home. Stay home. Yep, that's right. Stay home. 4.Wash your hands. 5.If you need to leave the house, refer to #3. If you still need to leave the house, then practice social distancing. 6. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Wednesday's first Senior Shoutout is Aiden Housman. Aiden is the son of Doug and Faith Housman. While in high school he has participated in many activities; including two years of Basketball, Wrestling, Choir, and NHS. Along with four years of participation in FFA, Baseball, Track, and Cross-Country (in which he qualified for state three times). Furthermore, Aiden's leadership skills have been displayed on the PBIS Student Committee (since 7th grade). Aiden's future plans include attending Wartburg College to study Business with an emphasis in Sports Management and to continue running on the cross-country team. We asked Aiden to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Aiden named Mr. Micah Peck because, "I was shown how to work hard. Without Mr. Peck, I wouldn't have accomplished nearly as much as I have." When asked his advice for underclassmen, Aiden said "underclassmen shouldn't take anything for granted. They should enjoy it while they can." Congratulations and best wishes to Aiden on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Jeanna Gerot
Happy Earth day everyone! This week at the secondary we would have celebrated with hometown day. Even though we aren’t together on this day you can still reach out and help. I challenge you to practice your social distancing and reach out to help someone in your community in need. Maybe you have a neighbor that needs some raking done, or some planting to do. Can you help at a safe distance? #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Jeanna Gerot
Michelle Wade
Our second Senior Shoutout for today goes out to Caden Watts. Caden is the son of Angie Phillips and Steve Watts. After graduation, Caden plans to join the work force. When we asked Cade which staff member has had the greatest impact on him during his high shool tenure he said Mrs. Moulton. This is because "she was the reason I got into reading." Caden's advice to underclassmen is "It's tough, but it'll be over before you know it." Congratulations and best wishes to Caden on his graduation from WHS with the class of 2020 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 21, 2020 Update: Happy Tuesday, everyone! Just a reminder to all of the students out there. Governor Reynolds has closed school buildings. She has not closed down school. Have you participated in Zoom sessions with your teachers? If not, why not? Learning needs to look different right now, but the opportunities are still there. Your teachers would love to see your bright, shiny faces showing up on the computer screen. Make your teachers happy! Tomorrow night's special board meeting will be held in the auditorium and will be livestreamed. Start time is 7:00. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. Stay home. Stay home. Stay home. Get the message? Wash your hands. If you absolutely must go out, practice social distancing Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
Today’s first Senior Shoutout goes to Mercedes Becerra. Mercedes is the daughter of Roy and Brandy Becerra. While in high school Mercedes has participated in Student Council for one year, and in volleyball, and band for four years. She has also been involved with FCA for one year. Mercedes’ future plan is to join the Navy, and will leave for bootcamp on July 29th. We asked the Senior to name a teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Mercedes named Mr. & Mrs. Micah and Monique Peck for this because, "They have helped me every step of the way to become a better student and person" When asked her advice for underclassmen, Mercedes said "Don’t take these moments for granted. Like us, it was taken away from us in a split second. Love one another as always and have fun." Congratulations and best wishes to Mercedes as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
CORRECTION: Our second Senior Shoutout goes to Holly Massner. Holly is the daughter of Troy and Joni Massner. While in high school she has participated in many activities; including Student Council and FCCLA for one year, NHS and softball for two years, and has spent four years in volleyball, basketball, track, and band. Holly's future plans include attending Southeastern Community College to study nursing. We asked the Senior to name one teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Holly also named Mr. Todd Parsons as this person because, "He influenced my life in many ways. He has taught me so much about not only sports but also life. He taught me to be disciplined, to be motivated, and to remember the why- even on bad days. He taught me that my bad days are never as bad as I think they are, and to always have a positive attitude. He helped me build confidence in myself. He was always there— to support me, to push me, to give me advice, or just to listen. He is caring and selfless and everything that anyone could ever want in a teacher and/or a coach. Thank you, Parsons." When asked her advice for underclassman, Holly said "Find Joy in the Journey." Congratulations and best wished to Holly as she graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 20, 2020 Update: I told you I'd send our an update, even if there were no new developments. Well, there were no new developments today. LOL. We are working on plans for kids to be able to come and get their things our of the school buildings. More information will be coming as it is finalized. And the more things change, the more they stay the same: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. Yes. You. Yep. That's right. You. Stay home. Wash your hands. If you must leave the house, practice social distancing, but you should really stay home. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
With the recent news of school closure, we wanted to take the time to honor our Seniors. Today we'll honor two of these Seniors, and our first is Tyler Meek-Cooley. Tyler is the son of Mark and Brook Cooley. While in high school he has participated in several activities; including wrestling and soccer for one year. Football, track and FFA for four years. He was also a member of the local for 4-H club for six years. Tyler's future plans include attending Simpson college to study Athletic Administration and to play football. We asked the Senior to name one teacher/staff member who had an impact on their lives while in school. Tyler named Mr. Todd Parsons as this person because, "He would do anything for me if I needed something." When asked his advice for underclassman, Tyler said "don’t take anything for granted." Congratulations and best wished to Tyler as he graduates from WHS with the class of 2020. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #classof2020
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Brett Nagle
Reminder that all teacher have "office hours" set up and your child is strongly encouraged to attend these Zoom sessions. We realized this is not always possible, but if you can, we really would love to see the kids. This is PK-12, every week until the end of the "scheduled" school year. Please, email the teachers with questions. Be Safe! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Jaci Thornburg
Attention Middle School Parents and Students: there are new learning opportunities up on our website for your grade levels! The middle school teachers have worked together to create a weekly choice board of activities for each subject area. The links have been emailed to all middle school students, but can also be found on the school website. You can click on "Menu" to find the "Quicklinks". The "Middle School Choice Boards" are listed under this heading, click on the link to be taken to each grade level's choice board. New choice boards will be sent out each Monday morning. As always, feel free to contact one of the middle school teachers if you have questions. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Allison Ruth
When Mrs. Ruth misses her 4th Grade class..she decides on a movie/pajama party with her students and Mrs. Dopler!! ☺️🍿
4 months ago, Allison Ruth
Eric Small
Here is tonight’s drone video footage from #lightupIA. https://youtu.be/F6QVjWvzt2Y #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
In a small town; the lights of the athletic complex act as a signal to the community to show their pride. In these unprecedented times, we illuminate the fields to show our solidarity, our hope, and express the emotions felt in the forfeiture of the spring seasons. And tonight, we lit one field longer to honor a member of the class of 2020 who was taken entirely too soon. As you look through tonight's photos and drone footage, think of the athletes who won't get to compete this spring. Especially those of the class of 2020. https://youtu.be/F6QVjWvzt2Y (photo and drone credit to Eric Small) #wearewapello #SJB ##wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Tonight’s #lightupIA will happen in just a few moments. The lights will remain on for 20 minutes on the baseball, football, and softball fields. We ask if you come to the parking lot that you stay in your vehicles. The lights of the softball field will remain on for an added three minutes to pay tribute to a member of the class of 2020 who died suddenly in this date in 2017. #lightupIA #wearewapello #wapellotibepride
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for a special meeting on Wednesday, April 22, 2020 in the Wapello High School Auditorium at 7:00 p.m. This meeting will be live-streamed on our Facebook Page to comply with Social Distancing Guidelines for Covid 19. The agenda can be found at: https://5il.co/f8fr #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
Friday's read aloud is from 5th grade teacher, Mrs. Smith. Enjoy! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxX3VVeijy8&feature=youtu.be
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michelle Wade
Seniors: you received an email from Ms. Wade this afternoon. Please check your email soon.
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
April 17, 2020 Update: Well...we all knew it was coming, but it is still a bit of a shock. Governor Reynolds announced that schools will not reopen this school year. At this point, everyone, and I do mean everyone, has more questions than answers. But, here are some things that we do know: 1. We will work on a plan that will allow people to come and get their belongings out of the school buildings. 2. All spring sports and activities have been canceled. We will receive guidance on summer activities by June 1, as per the governor's statements today. 3. Prom, Graduation, Awards Night, and all of the other end of year events all are on hold. Obviously, they won't happen in May. However, these are important events in the lives of students. Therefore, I think we have a duty to try to salvage things as best we can. Plans will be in the works and more information will be provided when it is finalized. 4. Our commitment to maintaining connections with our students remains unchanged. Distance learning is not ideal. It is full of shortcomings, and everyone is trying to figure it out. Some things will work. Some things will not. Thank you for your support as we continue to work to do what is best for our students. 5. Finally, to the class of 2020. This is not the spring you were expecting, nor is it the spring we were hoping you would have. Please know that we are going to work very hard to provide you with as many of the experiences of your final months of high school as possible. They just may happen at an odd time of year. And please, please, please follow the guidelines: Wash your hands Cover your cough Wash your hands Stay at home. I don't know how to make it any plainer. STAY AT HOME. Wash your hands. If you absolutely must go somewhere, practice social distancing. Wash your hands #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
Oh, the important of such a tiny word... The governor did NOT make any school announcements today.
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
April 16, 2020 Update: *****Governor Reynolds surprised us all today when she did make any announcements regarding school closings. She has assured everyone that schools would have at least two weeks notice before any new announcements take effect. That means tomorrow is the deadline. Stay tuned... *****To add just a little bit of humor to life, I've included one of my favorite "Dad jokes." My children love it when I share these, so here you go. Here are the 3 unwritten rules of life... 1. 2. 3. Okay, at least I found it funny... *****Students, remember to attend the various Zoom sessions your teachers have set up for you. Yes, they are optional, but it's important to maintain contact with your school life, even if you can't do it in person. *****We won't even talk about the snow coming into the area tonight. *****And lest you forget: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay at home. Yes, this means you. Even if you aren't sick. Stay at home. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Thursday's read aloud is by our 6th - 8th grade Science teacher, Mrs. Unkrich. Enjoy her story! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6atMEV9E6L8&feature=youtu.be
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
Senior Parents! To show your support of the WHS Class of 2020, we have an additional Facebook Profile Picture Frame for you! To add this frame to your Facebook Profile Picture, click on this link: www.facebook.com/profilepicframes/?selected_overlay_id=224952878756663 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday from Wapello Elementary! Today's memories finish up the 2011-12 Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday from Wapello Elementary! Today's memories finish up the 2011-12 Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Here are today's memories from the 2008 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Here are today's memories from the 2008 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
In Mrs. Small's 6th & 7th grade Math class, she posts a problem of the day (POD). Yesterday, she posted this problem: Ron and Rebecca work in a cube factory. Each cube has 6 faces. Ron lines up 6 cubes in a row and pushes them along a table, and Rebecca sprays paint on the cubes. The faces of the cubes that are touching the table and each other won't get painted. What is the total number of faces that will get painted? Cade Lundvall, 7th grader, shared this video on how he came up with his answer! EXCELLENT JOB, CADE! Here is Cade's Video: https://photos.app.goo.gl/wsqZ9co7D63zcNEG7
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
One of our great partners, Louisa Communications reached out to us today and wanted us to pass on to students and families that there is free Wi-Fi located at the Wapello North End Park, and also in downtown Morning Sun. If you are in need of a Wi-Fi connection, these two areas do have free Wi-Fi that can be accessed. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
We have a custom frame for your Facebook Profile Picture available! Click on the link below to add our new, In This Together Frame to your own Facebook Profile Picture. We truly are In This Together. Stay Safe Everyone! Click on this Link: www.facebook.com/profilepicframes/?selected_overlay_id=154881499257485 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
Reminder: The food pantry at the high school will not be open today.
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Michael Peterson
April 15, 2020 Update: Snow. On April 15th. That is wrong on so many levels. Governor Reynolds, in today's press conference, talked quite a bit about how different people have stepped up to provide help and services for people in need right now. As I was listening, all I could think was, "I sure hope no one is surprised by this." When there is a need, the people in Louisa county have always stepped up and done what needed to be done. As this pandemic drags on, I'm sure nerves are starting to fray and people are finding themselves on edge. I'm not a mental health expert, but the articles I have read tell me this is a normal response to prolonged trauma. Everyone is dealing with this in their own way, and there is no right way. May we all remember to be patient and understanding with each other. We're all sick of hearing about mitigation strategies. But, they're still important. So... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay at home. Even if you are not sick. Stay at home. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Wednesday's read aloud star is Mrs. Wagner! Enjoy her story about Elmer. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://youtu.be/I0r-21gMC7Y
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
Parents and students: please be reminded that both elementary and secondary teachers are hosting zoom sessions for WCSD students! Each day of the week has a full lineup of teachers that would LOVE to interact with students. Please encourage your child to log on if possible! Log in information has been emailed to the parents of elementary students and to all 6th -12th grade students. Thank you to the many students that have joined us so far... we would love to see those numbers climb each day! #wearewapello. #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
April 14, 2020 Update: Happy Tuesday, everyone! The sun is shining and the temperature is perfect. Okay, most people would probably say it's a little chilly, but I like it! Governor Reynolds had no new school information in her press conference today. We anticipate an announcement regarding schools at some point this week. Governor Reynolds did spend quite a bit of time talking about the surge in positive COVID-19 cases in Louisa county. I encourage everyone to keep all of the employees of Tyson Foods in your thoughts and prayers. In the immortal words of Troy, Gabriella, and the rest of the cast of High School Musical, "We're All In This Together." For those of you who have no clue what I'm talking about, search for the song on YouTube. Bonus points if you then post a video recreating the group dance. In all seriousness, please follow the guidelines that have been put forth: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home. Not just if you're sick. Stay home. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing if you have to go out. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Today's read aloud is by Pre-K teacher, Mrs. Anderson. Enjoy! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYCJHRAdAMA&feature=youtu.be
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
Today's read aloud is by First Grade teacher, Mrs. Shafer. Enjoy her story time! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://youtu.be/_G6sFQ316D8
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
April 13, 2020 Update: Happy day after Easter, everyone! I hope you were able to have a good weekend, in spite of the rain and the inability to travel to see family. We expect Governor Reynolds to make an announcement about schools later this week. No, I don't know what that announcement will be. Remember that Wapello food pickup is from 10:00-11:00 on Monday and Wednesday. This is open to anyone age 0-18, whether you go to school in Wapello or not. As we enter day 4,398 of COVID-19, please remember to follow the guidelines: Wash your hands. Cover your cough or sneeze. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Stay home even if you are well, unless it is an "essential" trip. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michelle Wade
“Light Up Iowa” Day 1: 15 minutes of all three stadium lights on for the 15 days of school we’ve been shut down for. #wearewapello #lightupIA #wereinthistogetherbut6feetapart
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
"Light Up Iowa" is an initiative started by the IHSADA. Tonight at 8:00 pm the lights of the football/track/soccer, baseball & softball fields will be one. They will remain on for 15 minutes. This represents the number of days Iowa Schools and activities have been shut down. This will happen again next Friday (20 minutes), and the following Friday (25 minutes). #lightupIA #wearewapello #inittogetherbut6feetapart
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Easter Fun Contest sponsored by Casey's has ended! The bean counters have finished counting the beans, there were exactly 630 Jelly Beans in the Jar! Here are the winners: Preschool: William Shehan - 583 K-2: Grant Parsons - 436 3-5: Carrie Shehan - 650 6-8: Connor Warnstaff - 620 9-11: Kaydee Wykert 653 Senior: Skyler Patrick 963 Congratulations to all of the winners! Please call 319-523-2035 to arrange delivery of you prize! Thank you to Shelley and the gang at Casey's for sponsoring this fun contest! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
Today's read aloud is brought to you by Fourth Grader Emmalin Marshall. Great job Emmalin, thank you for participating. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://youtu.be/oRu66VcurRc
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
Parents! You have until 10 pm this evening to have your student register a vote in this fun contest! Casey's General Store in Wapello is sponsoring a fun Easter Contest for Wapello Students. Guess how many Jelly Beans are in the Jar pictured below, and then click on the link at the end of this message to be sent to your official entry form. Fill out the form and submit it with your best guess and be entered for some cool prizes. Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Preschool, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-11 and the Senior Class! Shelley doesn't even know how many beans are in the jar! The contest is open until 10 pm on April 9, on April 10, the jar will be taken to the State Bank of Wapello to have the official "Bean Counters" count the exact total, and the winners will be announced at noon on April 10! Good Luck to everyone! To make your guess, click on this link: https://forms.gle/ZTfj9eKEWX8xxJDd7 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #EasterFun
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
April 9, 2020 Update: Nothing new from the Governor today regarding school closure. I want to thank all of the teachers for taking on the challenging on connecting with kids online. This is a new world for most of us, and I truly appreciate all of you for taking a risk and jumping into something new. I have heard many, many positive comments from parents. Thank you for helping take care of the kids. "I'll take 'Phrases I'm Tired of Hearing' for $500, Alex." What is... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. I hope everyone has a great Easter weekend! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Steve Bohlen
HS Food Pantry is open today from 3:30. - 5:30
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday, today's memories from Wapello Elementary are from the 11-12 WES Tommyhawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday, today's memories from Wapello Elementary are from the 11-12 WES Tommyhawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today's memories come from the 1968 WHS Tomahawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today's memories come from the 1968 WHS Tomahawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Teresa Good
The Elementary Food Bank will be open tomorrow, Thursday April 9th, from 2:00 - 5:00 for pick up. We are asking that you drive around the back of the Elementary building, we will have signs to follow. We ask that you remain in your vehicle until we have placed your food outside and returned into the building. The food bank will not be open after this week until further notice. #wearewapello #tribepride
4 months ago, Teresa Good
Eric Small
As a reminder, the number to use tonight if you have public input during the Calendar and Budget Public Hearings is 319-759-4223. If you have questions or comments, please use this number to have your comments shared during the public hearing tonight. We will be live on Facebook at 6:00 p.m. this evening. The meeting agenda can be found at the following link: https://5il.co/emzq #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
April 8, 2020 Update Happy Wednesday, everyone! In her press conference today, Governor Reynolds had no new information regarding school closure. She has told school leaders that any school announcements will come with at least two weeks' advanced notice. Please remember that tonight's board meeting will be at 6:00 in the auditorium. The meeting will be livestreamed, so please, please, please watch the movie from the comfort of your own home. We will publish a number that patrons can use if they would like to call in any comments during the public hearings. You know what's coming next... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Wednesday's guest reader is junior, Gracie Gustison. Enjoy her read aloud today! Thank you Gracie for participating in our read alouds! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnKAZvjyjqA
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
We miss our WCSD family! Check out this tribute to our students. We can't wait to get back to all of you! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride #staysafe https://youtu.be/7K8a8QxjJks
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
April 7, 2020 Update In her press conference today, Governor Reynolds paid tribute to our National Guard members and highlighted the work they are doing to help during the COVID-19 pandemic. They are one of the many, many groups who are doing everything they can to help us through this crisis. Today was Day 2 of digital office hours. We realized that many of the high school office hours overlap. Mr. Bohlen is working to fix that problem. Wapello's board meeting will be tomorrow at 6:00 in the Auditorium. It will be livestreamed. PLEASE...I strongly encourage people to watch the board meeting from home, rather than attend in person. We will post a phone number people can use to call in for questions or comments. It won't be a perfect system, but we will make it work in order to maximize safety. Thank you in advance! Remember the rules. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Mr. Bohlen typically delivers his "Words of Wisdom" to the students and staff at the high school building. Today he will deliver a read aloud for your enjoyment! Mr. Bohlen reads "The Wonky Donkey". Enjoy our special guest reader today! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=03xVpjE7mcQ&t=11s
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Allison Ruth
Mrs. Ruth was so happy to see a lot of her 4th Graders join in for our first Zoom session! ☺️
4 months ago, Allison Ruth
Samantha Hellberg
So much fun!!! I love how technology allows us to connect during this time. Can’t wait til the next!
4 months ago, Samantha Hellberg
Michael Peterson
April 6, 2020 Update: Governor Reynolds held a press conference this morning, during which she announced an extended list of businesses that will be closed until the end of the month. She also indicated that law enforcement officials will have the ability to ticket people who continue to gather in large groups. Today was the first day of digital office hours for some of the staff. Whenever you try something new, there will be successes and there will be failures. That's all a part of learning. Zoom meeting information for students in grades 6-12 will be sent to individual student school email accounts. For elementary students, Zoom meeting information will be sent to parents directly. Our goal is to avoid putting Zoom links and passwords out for everyone in the world to see. As I said earlier, we are learning... As always, the Governor stressed the importance of following the guidelines put out by the CDC and public health: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Please let me know if you have any questions. I may not know the answer right now, but I will find it out and send it out in a future update.
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Casey's General Store in Wapello is sponsoring a fun Easter Contest for Wapello Students. Guess how many Jelly Beans are in the Jar pictured below, and then click on the link at the end of this message to be sent to your official entry form. Fill out the form and submit it with your best guess and be entered for some cool prizes. Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Preschool, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-11 and the Senior Class! Shelley doesn't even know how many beans are in the jar! The contest is open until 10 pm on April 9, on April 10, the jar will be taken to the State Bank of Wapello to have the official "Bean Counters" count the exact total, and the winners will be announced at noon on April 10! Good Luck to everyone! To make your guess, click on this link: https://forms.gle/ZTfj9eKEWX8xxJDd7 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #EasterFun
4 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
How about some Dr. Seuss for your Monday? Here is Ms. Truitt with today's read aloud! Enjoy! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://youtu.be/pMWyNg0U5Jc
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Brett Nagle
Teacher Office Hours Parents and Students of WCSD - We have all teachers and certified staff participating in set "office hours". This is an online/virtual discussion group with each of the teachers in the building. While this is not a mandatory meeting that students have to participate in, it is strongly encouraged. We hope that you take a look and join the teachers for these discussion groups. Please contact the building principals or the superintendent if you have questions or need assistance connecting. WCSD Teacher Office Hours ELEMENTARY- K - Mrs. Hines Tuesday 10:30-11:30 K - Ms. Good 4:00 on Thursdays 1st - Mrs. Shafer Mondays 8:30-9:30 AM, Wednesdays 5:30-6:30PM 1st - Mrs. Dopler 5:30-6:30PM Mondays, 8:30-9:30AM Wednesdays 2nd - Mrs. Small 10:00-11:00 Wednesdays, 7:00-8:00PM Thursdays 2nd - Mrs. Gerst 1:00-2:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays 3rd - Mrs. Jurgill Tuesday 1:00-2:00, Thursday from 1:00 to 2:00 3rd - Mrs. Kinsey Tuesday 7:00-8:00PM, Thursday 10:00-11:00AM 4th - Mrs. Ruth - Tuesdays & Thursdays 10:30-11:30 4th - Ms. Cline - 11:00-12:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays 5th - Ms. Daisy 10:00-11:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays 5th - Mrs. Smith 11:00-12:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays Title I - Mrs. Wagner 1:00-2:00 Tuesdays, 8:30-9:30AM Wednesdays Title I - Mrs Gustison Wednesdays 5:30-6:30PM, 7:00-8:00PM Thursdays Intervention - Mrs. Shipman Wednesdays, 11:00-12:00 At-Risk - Mrs. Proffitt Tuesdays & Wednesdays 1:00-2:00 Spec.Ed. - Mrs. Samuels Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:00-10:00 Spec.Ed. - Mrs. Sutherland Mondays 6:00-7:00pm Thursdays 9:00-10:00am ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY LINKS ELL - Mrs. Blitsch Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:00-3:00PM TAG - Mrs. Shehan - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays ART - Ms Rees - 11:00 Monday PE - Mr. Vandenberg 10:00 - 12:00 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday Music/Band - Mr Peck AND Mrs Peck: 11:00-12:00 TUESDAYS - 11:00-12:00 THURSDAYS Curriculum Coordinator - Mrs. Thornburg - 11:00 - 12:00 Wednesdays & Fridays Tech Director - Ms. Wade (for tech issues) M, W, F 10-12, SECONDARY - HS English - Ms. Bostian - 9:00 - 10:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays Special Education - Mrs. Brockway HS Social Studies - Mr. Brown - 8:30 - 9:30 Tuesdays & Thursdays HS Math - Mrs. Brown - 10:00 - 11:00 Monday - Friday Monday - ER class Tuesday - Algebra 2 Wednesday - Geometry Thursday - Algebra 1 Friday - Pre-Algebra Special Education - Mrs. Dunham - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays Industrial Technology - Mr. Dunham - 10:00 - 11:00 Art - Mrs. Gerot - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Fridays MS Social Studies - Ms. Hellberg - 10:00-11:00 Tuesdays 7:00pm-8:00pm Thursdays Special Education - Mrs. Humiston - 10:00 - 11:00 Mondays & Wednesday MS Math/Language Arts - Mrs. Kerr - 7:30 - 8:30 Tuesdays & Fridays Spanish - Mrs. Kral 10:00 - 11:00 Mondays & 1:00 - 2:00 Wednesdays FCS - Mrs. Mairet - 3:00 - 4:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays Special Education - Mr. Marshall - 9:00 - 10:00 Tuesdays & Wednesdays HS Math - Mrs. Marshall - 10:00 - 11:00 Monday - Friday Monday - Calculus 10:00 - 11:00 am Tuesday - Algebra 2 10:00 - 11:00 am Wednesday - Geometry 10:00 - 11:00 am Thursday - Statistics 10:00 - 11:00 am Friday - Pre-Calculus 10:00 - 11:00 am HS English - Mrs. Moulton - 3:00 - 4:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays Social Studies - Mr. Murray - 10:00 - 11:00 Mondays & Wednesdays Strength & Conditioning - Mr. Parsons - 9:00 - 10:00 Mondays & Fridays Counseling - Ms. Philp - Anytime M-F MS Reading - Mrs. Salazar - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays MS Math/Language Arts - Mrs. Small - 9:00 - 10:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays HS Science - Mrs. Spielbauer - 8:30 - 9:30 Mondays & Thursdays MS/HS PE - Mr. Spielbauer HS Science - Mrs. Ungerer - 1:00 - 2:00 Tuesdays and Thursdays MS Science - Ms. Unkrich - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays Agriculture - Mrs. Wolfe - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Wednesdays Special Education - Mrs. Yotter - 10:00 - 11:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Michelle Wade
Coach Spielbauer has issued a new two week challenge! Find it on our webpage under the Educational Websites page. Check out all the resources available to help you learn something and combat boredom during this time! #wearewapello #yourownpassionproject
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet on Wednesday, April 8, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in the Wapello High School Auditorium for their regular monthly meeting. To assist with Social Distancing during the COVID-19 Pandemic, the meeting will also be live streamed on the Wapello CSD Facebook Page. The meeting agenda can be found at the following link: https://5il.co/emzq #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
April 3, 2020 Update: After yesterday's announcement by Governor Reynolds, today hasn't had much in the way of new school-related developments. Please take a look at the previous post explaining the differences between "Required" and "Voluntary" continuous learning options. On behalf of the district, I would like to extend a heartfelt "Thank You" to the community for all of the support that has been expressed. We are trying to reconfigure operations on the fly. We will have some successes. We will have some failures. It's all a part of learning something new. Everybody say it with me now... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. I hope everyone is able to enjoy the weekend. Take care. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
Good afternoon! I wanted to try to provide some clarification on “Required” vs. “Voluntary” continuous learning Yesterday, Governor Reynolds announced that schools would remain schools closed through the month of April. She also announced that if districts do not want to have to make up the additional missed days, they must adopt either the “Required” or the “Voluntary” model for continuous learning. Wapello will be adopting the “Voluntary” model. So, what is the difference between “Required” and “Voluntary” distance learning? If a school is going to go the “Required” route, that means that school is considered to be open for business. Attendance is taken, assignments are given, grades are taken, and credit is assigned. However, in order for a school to use that route, there are equity considerations that have to be taken into consideration. For example, all special education modifications and accommodations must be in place. Students who needs English Language Learner supports must be given those supports. In the era of social distancing, I don’t see how that is even possible. In addition, we cannot guarantee that all students have a reliable source of internet. If a district cannot ensure that all students have an equitable opportunity, “Required” is not the way to go. For those reasons, Wapello is choosing to use the “Voluntary” route provided by the state. Under this model, the district provides resources for kids that are optional activities. Kids are encouraged to engage, but they are not required to engage. No assignments are given. No grades are taken. Under the “Voluntary” model, no student is put at a disadvantage for learning. Our teachers are in the process of establishing digital office hours, where they will be available to answer questions from kids or parents. The intention is to maintain connections with kids and still provide learning opportunities. One of the biggest questions people have had is concerning credits and graduation. School districts have been given the flexibility to assign credit based on work that students already completed before the shutdown. Districts have also been given the flexibility to determine if seniors qualify for a diploma. Districts have been directed to be generous when making these decisions. The goal is to not punish students for circumstances that are completely beyond their control. Students will still advance to the next grade. If you were passing your classes before the shutdown, you will not need to retake them. If you were on track for graduation before the shutdown, you will graduate. Life will be good. I am sure there are more questions that people have, so please do not hesitate to reach out to me. Mike
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Check out one of our students, Kenna Small reading with her cousins the story, Pigs Make Me Sneeze, via Zoom today. If you notice, everyone is wearing blue, in honor of World Autism Awareness Day! Enjoy! https://youtu.be/mtQ8uEJpUJs #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
Mrs. Ungerer’s “old energy source”
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Jaci Thornburg
Hello from Miss Lanz! Enjoy her read aloud on this Thursday! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://youtu.be/RS-A14yyjWA
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
April 2, 2020 Update ****At her press conference today, Governor Reynolds announced that schools will remain closed until April 30th. This news should come as no surprise to anyone. She also made reference to schools not needing to make up the additional missed time, provided they participate in either the "voluntary" or "required" plan for continued distance learning. Wapello is participating in the "voluntary" plan, which means we will not need to make up additional missed days. ****Governor Reynolds continued to stress that people continue to follow the recommendations from Public Health: Wash your hands Cover your cough Wash your hands Stay home if you are sick Wash your hands Practice social distancing Wash your hands ****If you have any questions, please let me know. If I don't know the answer, I fill find out and send the information out in a future update. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Steve Bohlen
High School food pantry will be open today from 3:30-5:30.
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
Some more Throwback Thursday memories from 2010-11 at Wapello Elementary. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are today's Throwback Thursday Photos for Wapello Elementary from the 2010-11 school year! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
More Throwback Thursday memories from 2010 and the WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Here are some memories from 2010 for Throwback Thursday! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
More Throwback Thursday memories from 2010 and the WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Casey's General Store in Wapello is sponsoring a fun Easter Contest for Wapello Students. Guess how many Jelly Beans are in the Jar pictured below, and then click on the link at the end of this message to be sent to your official entry form. Fill out the form and submit it with your best guess and be entered for some cool prizes. Prizes will be awarded in the following categories: Preschool, K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-11 and the Senior Class! Shelley doesn't even know how many beans are in the jar! The contest is open until 10 pm on April 9, on April 10, the jar will be taken to the State Bank of Wapello to have the official "Bean Counters" count the exact total, and the winners will be announced at noon on April 10! Good Luck to everyone! To make your guess, click on this link: https://forms.gle/ZTfj9eKEWX8xxJDd7 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride #EasterFun
4 months ago, Eric Small
Sarah Jurgill
Listening to Avery read to me from our book The 39 Clues.
4 months ago, Sarah Jurgill
Samantha Hellberg
Ms. Hellberg is on the third book of the Harry Potter series.
4 months ago, Samantha Hellberg
Brett Nagle
Some pictures from earlier in the week: Mrs. Freiden and Cora enjoying the outdoors in their Wapello gear. Bike riding and yard cleanup. Mrs. Freiden was enjoying a good book today too! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Jason Marshall
The Marshall’s getting their daily 30 minutes of reading completed
4 months ago, Jason Marshall
Jaci Thornburg
Wednesday's guest reader is 5th grader Mya Wagner. Thank you Mya! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a5yWTwbNRUw&feature=youtu.be
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Megan Brown
Mrs. Brown and Alexis taking time on this nice day to read on the trampoline in our PJs!
4 months ago, Megan Brown
Michael Peterson
Today's update was too long for a text. Check our Facebook page for today's information.
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
April 1, 2020 Update: ****In her press conference today, Governor Reynolds gave no new guidance for public schools. BUT, she did say that she will probably have an announcement regarding schools that will be released tomorrow. ****We are making an adjustment to our lunch program. We will have two pickup days. Monday (with breakfasts and lunches for both Monday and Tuesday) and Wednesday (with breakfasts and lunches for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). ****Our Virtual Spirit Week continues tomorrow with a focus on history. Look up some interesting info....what happened on this day in the past? Fun facts about Presidents? Life changing events? Challenge everyone on social media to look up the answers! And make sure to post results and reactions! ****We know this is a stressful time for many people, so we'd like to draw everyone's attention to a resource offered through ISU Extension. This is taken directly from their website and used with permission. "Sometimes life gives you a lot to handle, but you don’t have to handle everything on your own. Iowa Concern is a free service connecting Iowans with information to help them navigate through a variety of life circumstances. With a toll-free phone number, live chat capabilities and a website, Iowa Concern services are available 24 hours a day, seven days per week at no charge. Iowa Concern provides access to stress counselors and an attorney for legal education, as well as information and referral services for a wide variety of topics. The service is provided through Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. To reach Iowa Concern, call 800-447-1985; language interpretation services are available. Or, visit the website, https://www.extension.iastate.edu/iowaconcern/, to live chat with a stress counselor one-on-one in a secure environment. Or email an expert regarding legal, finance, stress, or crisis and disaster issues. All personal information given to Iowa Concern, whether on the hotline or through e-mail or live chat, is kept confidential." ****You know the drill, but you're going to hear it again: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
Today is Paraprofessional Appreciation Day! While our Paraprofessionals aren't in the classroom today, we appreciate the work that they do with and for our students each and every day! Our district would not be what it is, without all of our hardworking Paraprofessionals! Thank you all, we hope to see you all soon! Stay Safe! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Steve Bohlen
A message of positivity from Mrs. Ungerer’s book of choice today!
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Brett Nagle
The Nagle kids doing some reading this morning #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Teresa Good
The Wapello Elementary Food Pantry will be open on Thursday, April 2nd from 2:00 - 5:00. Food will be brought out to your vehicle already bagged up in front of the Elementary School. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride #covid19cantstopus
4 months ago, Teresa Good
Eric Small
Seniors!! Don't forget about the many scholarship opportunities that are out there to help pay for a part of your post secondary education. There are a number of scholarships that have extended their deadlines to May 1. Those scholarships that we know of that have been extended include: Trace Dossett Memorial Scholarship Two Rivers Bank Scholarship Hicklin-Winter Scholarship State Bank of Wapello Scholarship Jeans Day Scholarship Florence Potter Scholarship P.E.O. Scholarship Don and Donna Williams Scholarship Evelyn Werner Scholarship Tri-Rivers Scholarship Old Dad Cross Scholarship Scott Keltner Scholarship WEA Scholarship #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Kenna Greiner
Mrs. Wagner’s home schooling Tuesday science project! Erupting neon volcanoes!! What a great lesson! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Kenna Greiner
Sarah Jurgill
Our science experiment for the day was tie dyed milk.
4 months ago, Sarah Jurgill
Samantha Hazelwood
Mrs. Smith and her son Jared made a volcano with a 2 liter bottle!
4 months ago, Samantha Hazelwood
Jenna Dopler
Tyne and Kane made up their own experiment! “It’s a catapult!” Testing out what material will travel farther!
4 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jason Marshall
The Marshall’s learned about air pressure and cell membranes for their science experiments.
4 months ago, Jason Marshall
Tricia Lanz
Baylor’s science experiment for today!! Pepsi and Mentos. #wearewapello💙💛
4 months ago, Tricia Lanz
Michael Peterson
March 31, 2020 update: ****At her press conference today, Governor Reynolds issued no new guidance on school closure. I know that is at the front of everyone's minds right now. As always, we will follow the guidance of the Governor and IDPH. ****Thank you! Thank you! Thank you to everyone who took part in the Wave Parade this afternoon. Whether you were a driver or a spectator, it was a great way to spread a little bit of cheer. We may not be able to be in school, but our school family is still going strong. ****Our virtual "Spirit Week" continues tomorrow with a reading challenge. Tomorrow, the challenge is to stay in your PJs all day and read as much as you can. Who can find the most creative location in which to read? Please share pictures of you in your PJs reading the day away. ****And just in case you forgot, although I don't know how you could: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands.
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Steve Bohlen
Skills Challenge from Mrs. Ungerer
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Steve Bohlen
Mrs. Ungerer’s seed germination experiment.
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Megan Brown
Our experiments today are putty with soap and cornstarch and dissolving an eggshell!
4 months ago, Megan Brown
Kenna Greiner
Still social distancing but it sure isn’t fun when you are sisters! 💛💙#WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Kenna Greiner
Steve Bohlen
Mrs. Ungerer couldn’t decide which shirt to wear today!
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Eric Small
Mrs. Mairet was spotted out strolling with her little buddy today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Karen Spielbauer
Spielbauers teaching Tucker how to practice #socialdistancing #westayhomefor #wearewapello
4 months ago, Karen Spielbauer
Jaci Thornburg
Hello all! Today's guest reader is Mrs. Burke, one of WES's Pre-Kinder teachers. Enjoy! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9ImTtmQM_w
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Monique Peck
Spirit Week! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Monique Peck
Samantha Hellberg
Enjoying the beautiful day at our house down in Burlington with sunshine and Harry Potter :) I miss all the staff and students! -Ms. Hellberg #wearewapello
4 months ago, Samantha Hellberg
Michael Peterson
March 30, 2020 update: I just finished watching Governor Reynolds' press conference, and she has issued no new guidance on school closure. She did say she is anticipating more formal guidance from Washington, D.C. in the days to come. ***Many thanks to Tyson Foods for their donation of frozen chicken products. This will be a huge help to our meal distribution program. ***Remember our school parade starts at 1:30 tomorrow. See the following link for specific times and routes. https://www.wapello.k12.ia.us/wapello-csd-wave-parade-route. And remember to practice SOCIAL DISTANCING. ***Our virtual Spirit Week continues tomorrow with Explore Science. Create your own science experiment. Find an experiment online. Learn. Explore. Discover. And be sure to share whatever you do. Let's flood the net with pictures of science in action! ***It wouldn't be an update if we didn't include the Governor's recommendations: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Brett Nagle
The Nagle’s outside enjoying the day! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
I am missing the students but I found a few minutes to be outside enjoying the sunshine and some fresh air on this beautiful day! Stay safe everyone! - Mrs Small #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Jason Marshall
Jaxon and Emmalin doing some yard work for their great grandfather on a perfect day to be outside.
4 months ago, Jason Marshall
Jeanna Gerot
Social distancing is easier on the farm. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Jeanna Gerot
Sarah Jurgill
Enjoying a book and the beautiful sunshine together. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Sarah Jurgill
Eric Small
From the Kitchen Staff This Morning: We will be sending beef nuggets in the lunches today. Please read the cooking instructions we are including. Maid rites cooked and in a bun #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The staff at Wapello Community Schools have organized a "Wave Parade" for students on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 at beginning at 1:30 p.m. We have put together our route and approximate times that the staff will visit neighborhoods in Wapello, Morning Sun, and Oakville. We hope all of our students can find their way to the route to wave at the staff! The staff is really missing all of the students and would love to give everyone a wave and a horn honk to let them know we are missing them. Check out our website for all of the details! https://www.wapello.k12.ia.us/wapello-csd-wave-parade-route #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
Let's have a PICK UP YOUR SPIRITS WEEK!! Every student and staff member is encouraged to participate! Post your pics to any and all social media outlets with #wearewapello and #wapellotribepride Let's stand together, Indians and Arrows!! Monday, March 30 - Sport your favorite Wapello t-shirt! Get outside (in your own yard, of course) and breathe the fresh air and get some exercise. Play some games or even sit and read in the great outdoors! Tuesday, March 31 - Create your own science experiment! Or find one online to do! Learn a new science fact or term. Research an animal habitat or discover a galaxy far, far away!! Wednesday, April 1 - April Fool's Day! - Wear your pajamas ALL DAY LONG! Settle down with a good book and read the day away. Or grab a newspaper or magazine. Share what you're reading on social media! Thursday, April 2 - Let's learn some history! Look up some interesting info....what happened on this day in the past? Fun facts about Presidents? Life changing events? Challenge everyone on social media to look up the answers! Post results and reactions! Friday, April 3 - Spirit Day! Wear your blue and gold and 'cheer' each other up! Post a joke or a riddle. How about a math problem to solve? Send a thank you note or a thinking of you note. Text or email someone you haven't spoken with for awhile. No matter what you do, let's see those photos on social media! Stick together, Wapello Indians and Arrows! We're all in this together!! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
The Wapello Community School District is currently accepting applications for the position of Elementary School Secretary. This full time, 12-month position assists the principal of Wapello Elementary in the day to day operations of the school. Interested applicants can apply online at www.teachiowa.gov or by obtaining an application at the Wapello CSD Superintendent's Office. Applications will be accepted until April 10, 2020. The anticipated start date will be May 1, 2020. Wapello CSD is an EOE/AA Employer.
4 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
March 27, 2020 update: And week two of school closure comes to an end... 1. Tyson Foods is donating 40,000 pounds of food to county schools to help during this time. This will be put toward our school lunch distribution. Many thanks to Tyson! 2. A reminder that Governor Reynolds has not given any indication that school will be closed for a longer period of time than what she has originally set. If you are hearing differently, it is only a rumor. 3. A clarification from yesterday. April 13 is the first day schools can reopen. April 13th is currently a vacation day (Easter Monday). Therefore, barring board action, the first day back for staff and students would be April 14th. 4. Continued thanks to those staff members who are working to distribute food, both through our food pantry and through our breakfast/lunch program. The need for this continues to grow. 5. On top of everything else, there is bad weather moving into the area this week. Stay alert and stay safe. 6. Finally, be watching for a post later this evening detailing plans for a virtual School Spirit Week starting on Monday, March 30th. As always... Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Let me know if you have any questions. If I don't know the answer, I will find out and send out the information in a future update. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Happy Friday all! Enjoy today's read aloud courtesy of Mrs. Anderson, one of our Pre-K teachers. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MbKlBviRaU
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
March 26, 2020 update: Governor Reynolds put some more restrictions in place for businesses today, but no change in the guidance given to schools. There are all sorts of rumors floating around right now. Currently, we are all planning on coming back to school on April 13. As always, we will follow the guidance given to us by Governor Reynolds and the Iowa Department of Public Health. And the best way to keep us coming back to school on the 13th is to follow the guidance we have all been given: Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Parents want the kids back in schools. Educators want the kids back in the school. Even the kids want to be back in school, even if they might not admit it out loud! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Thursday's read aloud was recorded by Kindergartener Jase Beeding. Enjoy his book and help us congratulate him on a super job! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4VfvBUWuD7Y&feature=youtu.be
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Steve Bohlen
The food bank at the high school will open from 3:30-5:30 today.
4 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Brett Nagle
The Elementary School food pantry is open NOW until 5:30. We are ready if you are. Pull up front and someone will meet you to get you your items. The High School hours are 3:30-5:30, normal hours
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! 2011-12 is the chosen year this week from Wapello Elementary! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! 2011-12 is the chosen year this week from Wapello Elementary! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Some 1988 WHS Tomahawk Memories for today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Some 1988 WHS Tomahawk Memories for today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
4 months ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
Elementary Food Bank - Reminder - we will be open Thursday, March 26, with the normal hours of operation, from 3:30-5:30. Due to safety concerns from the COVID-19 Virus, while following guidelines and recommendations given by the Food Bank of Iowa for the safety of those working and for those picking up food, we will be operating with a few changes during this time. Please call the Elementary Office at 319-523-5571 anytime between now and Thursday at Noon if you are planning on coming. Please call before Noon on March 26th and let us know your name and the number of people in your household. Leave a message with this information if after hours. On Thursday evening, we will meet you at your vehicle in the front of the building and give you an assortment of food items. Everyone will receive a similar assortment of food based on what we have available. This is for the Elementary Location. This is our best effort to continue to provide this service, while keeping the safety of the public and the volunteers in mind. Please call with any questions, or to leave a message with your name and number in your family. The Elementary Building office number is 319-523-5571. Thanks to those that have already called so we can best provide this service to our community! #WEAREWAPELLO #WAPELLOTRIBEPRIDE
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Michael Peterson
March 25, 2020 update: Good afternoon, everyone! The school and the city are working in conjunction to close down our playground equipment. Signs will be posted. Caution tape may be used. We do not like the fact that we need to do this, but in order to follow the social distancing recommendations and guidelines, both the school and city felt this was something that needed to happen. We ask that you do not use city or school playground equipment until further notice. On a more positive note, I want to draw some attention to folks who I think deserve some special recognition. Those folks are the ones who are making sure our young people continue to get fed. To: Kathy Begey, Melissa Dodd, Amanda Harris, Michelle Hemphill, Lisa Patrick, Darren Wilson, and Susan Yakle, thank you for all of the work you are doing on behalf of our young people. You are amazing folks, and please know that all of your efforts are greatly appreciated! If I left anyone off of the list, I sincerely apologize. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Wednesday's guest reader is Mr. Nagle! Enjoy his read aloud here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oh2oKwF8b5o&feature=youtu.be #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michelle Wade
Art Class is in session...if you've done one or multiple art projects sent from Mrs. Gerot, share a picture with her or Ms. Wade and we'll post your masterpiece!! jeanna.gerot@wapellocsd.org, michelle.wade@wapellocsd.org. #wearewapello #showusyourmasterpiece
4 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
March 24, 2020 update: Remember that tomorrow is one of our food distribution days. Pickup starts at 10:00 at the elementary school, the Oakville community center, and Woodland trailer court. This is just like the summer lunch program. Any kid ages 0-18 can take part. Totally free. No paperwork. No qualifications. You don't even need to be a Wapello student. Show up and get food. Can't beat it. A reminder to students taking classes through SCC: Even though we are closed, the college is still in session. Therefore, college classes are still in session. If you are enrolled in a class through SCC, you still need to be doing the work and keeping up. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Let me know if you have any questions. If I don't have the answer right now, I will find out for you and send it out in a future update.
4 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Check out Mrs. Kinsey's read aloud of "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day". Alexander's day makes quarantined days seem not so bad. Enjoy! #wearewapello. #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0JVWkA-kDd0&t=5s
4 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Brett Nagle
To ALL WCSD students - A reading challenge for you! This link will take you to the Accelerated Reader (AR tests) https://global-zone50.renaissance-go.com/welcomeportal/146705 If you need help with your username and password, reach out to your teacher, Mr Nagle or Mrs Thornburg and they can surely help you get yours for you. The Stage is set, Who will get the most AR points over this shut-down time?
4 months ago, Brett Nagle
Brett Nagle
Reminder, the Elementary Food Bank will be open Thursday, March 26, with the same hours of operation, from 3:30-5:30. Due to safety concerns from the COVID-19 Virus, following guidelines and recommendations given by the Food Bank of Iowa for the safety of those working and for those picking up food, we will be operating with a few changes during this time. Please call the Elementary Office at 319-523-5571 anytime between now and Thursday at Noon if you are planning on coming. Please call before Noon on March 26th and let us know your name and the number of people in your household. Leave a message with this information if after hours. On Thursday evening, we will meet you at your vehicle in the front of the building and give you an assortment of food items. Everyone will receive a similar assortment of food based on what we have available. This is for the Elementary Location. This is our best effort to continue to provide this service, while keeping the safety of the public and the volunteers in mind. Please call with any questions, or to leave a message with your name and number in your family. The Elementary Building office number is 319-523-5571. Thanks to those that have already called so we can best provide this service to our community! #WEAREWAPELLO #WAPELLOTRIBEPRIDE
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
Congratulations to Wapello Indians Basketball Player, Maddox Griffin for being selected as a member of the IHSAA Class 1A, Substate 4 Boys Basketball Team! Congratulations Maddox on a great season and this well deserved honor! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Congratulations to three Wapello Indian Wrestlers on being named to the 2020 Muscatine Journal All Area Wrestling Team. Chase Witte, Mitchell Moore, and Daniel Meeker were all named to the 2020 team. Congratulations to these three Indian Wrestlers on their great season! To see the entire team, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3addiC5 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
There are approximately 30 copies of this year's Wapello Elementary Yearbook remaining. If you would like to reserve a copy for your child, simply email Mrs. Kaci Small to reserve your copy. Payment arrangements can be made once students return to school. The cost per book is $15. To reserve your copy, simply email Mrs. Small at kaci.small@wapellocsd.org to reserve your copy today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
March 23, 2020 update We are continuing to fine-tune our food delivery plans. A reminder that we have 3 delivery locations: The elementary school, the Oakville community center, and the Woodland trailer court. Pickup begins at 10 on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The past couple times, we've had several meals that have not been picked up. We base our preparations on the number of people who have expressed interest. If you are in need of the meals, please come and pick them up. We have absolutely no problem preparing and distributing the food, but we want to make sure that we are being as efficient as possible, while still meeting people's needs. It's been awesome to see everyone searching for the various bears and other creatures around town. Just another example of how Wapello can take a bad situation and still find something good in it. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Practice social distancing. Wash your hands. Let me know if you have any questions. If I don't know the answer right now, I will find it out and send it out in a future update. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Happy Monday to all! Here is today's special guest reader....Matthew Peterson. Matthew performed this read aloud for the Iowa High School Speech Competition. Enjoy! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4VJ9PlKUl0&feature=youtu.be
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Brett Nagle
Free breakfast and lunch pickups resume today at the Elementary school as well as in Oakville, and at Woodland Trailer Court at 10:00am. We will do this every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday during the school closure due to COVID-19. Come between 10:00-11:00. If you are picking up at the Elementary, please pull in through the gate by the gym, make a turnaround and wait in line, someone will bring them out to you, no need to leave your vehicle. Call for questions, 319-523-5571 #WEAREWAPELLO #WAPELLOTRIBEPRIDE
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
Reposted from Wapello Fire and Rescue: Wapello Fire and Rescue received some great news today!! Each October, as part of National Fire Prevention Week, Wapello Elementary students participate in a poster contest. The local winners are awarded a T-Shirt from Wapello Fire and Rescue, and the local winners in grades 3-5 are sent on to the state contest. Those entries have been judged, and we were notified today that Wapello Elementary Student, Kenna Small was awarded 3rd place in the 5th Grade Division of the Iowa Fire Prevention Safety Poster Contest! Kenna will be presented with an award at the Ackley Fire Department on May 2. Her artwork will also be on display throughout the Iowa State Fair in the Hall of Flame. Congratulations Kenna! It was welcome news to receive after a week filled with uncertainty! On behalf of Wapello Fire and Rescue, please help us to congratulate Kenna Small on this outstanding accomplishment! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
Here is our first read aloud video from a high school student! Thank you Jake Gustison for your participation. Jake will receive five ER points for creating his video! #wearewapello. #wapellotribepride https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lKhnxyInqGQ&t=27s
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
March 20, 2020 update: There hasn't been very much new information for schools released today, which is probably a blessing. It's been a torrent of information the past few days. We did hear that states can now apply for a waiver to cancel state testing for the year. Iowa would need to apply to the federal Department of Education for this waiver. I fully expect Iowa to apply, so I think it is safe to say that state testing will not happen this year. (Try not to be too sad about this, kids!). Try to have a peaceful weekend, everyone. We've all been asked to make major changes in a very short time. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Brett Nagle
To any early elementary parents, if your child's teacher prepared packets and you have not picked them up, they are available at the Superintendents office until the end of the day. Any remaining packets will be mailed at the end of the day. Thanks to all that picked them up.
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Michael Peterson
March 19, 2020 Update 1. Many, many thanks to all of the staff who have been working to take care of things as we navigate this period of closure. From cleaning the buildings, to preparing food, to gathering learning resources, to everything else that is happening, I am beyond proud of what I have seen happening. If you don’t think the employees of the school love your kids, then you are simply not paying attention. 2. Also, I am humbled beyond belief at the outpouring of community support that has been expressed toward the school district. I have lost track of the number of people who have contacted me and offered to help in any way they can. These are challenging times, but we will get through them because of the strong community of which we are a part. 3. Remember that food pickup resumes on Monday of next week. Pickups are on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 10:00. Sites are the elementary school, Oakville community center, and Woodland trailer court. 4. The blood drive at the Briggs center is probably the busiest blood drive I have seen in a long time. Wapello sees a need, and Wapello works to fill that need. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride 5. Governor Kim Reynolds held a press conference today and stressed that all Iowans have a role to play in slowing down the spread of COVID-19. The guidance remains the same. Wash your hands. Cover your cough. Wash your hands again. Stay home if you are sick. Wash your hands. Respect “social distancing” standards. Wash your hands yet again. Please let me know of any questions you have. If I don’t have the answers right now, I will work to get them for you and send them out in a future update.
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Here is today's read aloud from our Middle School Special Education teacher, Mrs. Humiston. Enjoy! #wearewapello. #wapellotribepride https://youtu.be/XpxkT44lwIs
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today's Wapello Elementary photos come from the 2010-11 Tommyhawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! Today's Wapello Elementary photos come from the 2010-11 Tommyhawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Today's photos come from the 1979 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Pictures come from the 1979 WHS Tomahawk today. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Jaci Thornburg
The "Educational Websites" link on the school website is being updated as teachers find additional resources. Please make sure you're checking back often to see what is new! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
We have created a link on our school website to offer resources for students and parents to use while school is closed. You can find the "Educational Websites" under the Quicklinks area of the menu or by clicking this link: https://www.wapello.k12.ia.us/educational-websites--9
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michelle Wade
Join us live on the Wapello Facebook page at 6:00. We’ll be streaming tonight’s School Board meeting so everyone can watch the discussion while remaining safe. #wearewapello #wearesocialdistancing #firsttimestreamers #hoodly.cloud
5 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
Update for March 18, 2020 1. Just a reminder of our food delivery locations and times. This is the same information that was posted yesterday. “Meal Delivery is ready to start tomorrow, March 18. We will have three pickup locations. Wapello Elementary School, Oakville Community Center, and Woodland Mobile Home Park. Deliveries and pickup will be from 10:00-11:00. Tomorrow’s delivery will be 3 days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches. Please keep in mind that food variety may be limited at times. After this week, food deliveries will be on Mondays (2 days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches), Wednesdays (2 days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches), and Fridays (1 day’s worth of lunches and breakfasts) at the same locations and the same times. This is available to all children age 0-18. No paperwork and no qualifications. You don’t even need to go to Wapello school.” 2. Teachers are compiling possibility activities for kids to do while they are at home. Remember that none of these activities are required or graded. The goal is to provide kids (and parents) with options if they are looking for some things to do during the time away. 3. Lifetouch spring pictures: The return deadline was today, I believe. We’ve contacted the company and everything is on hold until school is back in session. Don’t worry about payment or returning picture packets until we are back in school. 4. PK and K roundups at the elementary will be rescheduled for a later date. 5. We received word today that ISASP (used to be ITBS) testing will be suspended until further notice. 6. Tonight’s board meeting will be at 6:00 in the HS auditorium. The meeting will be livestreamed so that the public can be informed without having to attend the meeting. If you have questions, please do not hesitate to ask. If I don’t know the answers, I will find them out and get the information pushed out. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Brett Nagle
Pre-Kindergarten Parents - Mrs Anderson and Mrs Burke have put a packet of fun activities and things to do while we are off on this little break. Nothing beats being in the classroom, but hope this helps. Packets can be picked up at the W.E.S. office 8:00-3:30 today thru Friday.
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Brett Nagle
To all W.E.S. 2nd Grade Parents - Mrs Small and Mrs Gerst have packets of a variety of items for your kids to work on during this time off. You can pick them up at the front office of the elementary school during regular business hours, Monday-Friday, 8:00-3:30.
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Brett Nagle
Dear parents of 1st grade students, Mrs. Dopler and Mrs. Shafer have learning packets ready for the fabulous 1st graders to work on. If you have already picked your packet up, great! If not, we will get these in the mail as soon as possible! Inside this packet also includes their login information for Reading Eggs, please message your student's teacher for their username and password for i-Ready. Please continue to read to your child daily and practice Math facts that were sent home at conferences as well. Please give them all a big squeeze and tell them we look forward to seeing them soon!
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Jaci Thornburg
Here is today's read aloud. Check out our 4th grade teacher Ms. Ruth and her special guest star! https://youtu.be/0lGjP9k0vIY #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Brett Nagle
Reminder, the Elementary Food Bank will be open Thursday, March 19, with the same hours of operation, from 3:30-5:30. Due to safety concerns from the COVID-19 Virus, following guidelines and recommendations given by the Food Bank of Iowa for the safety of those working and for those picking up food, we will be operating with a few changes during this time. Please call the Elementary Office at 319-523-5571 anytime between now and Thursday at Noon if you are planning on coming. Please call before Noon on March 19th and let us know your name and the number of people in your household. Leave a message with this information if after hours. On Thursday evening, we will meet you at your vehicle in the front of the building and give you an assortment of food items. Everyone will receive a similar assortment of food based on what we have available. This is for the Elementary Location. This is our best effort to continue to provide this service, while keeping the safety of the public and the volunteers in mind. Please call with any questions. The Elementary Building office number is 319-523-5571. Thanks to those that have already called so we can best provide this service to our community! #WEAREWAPELLO #WAPELLOTRIBEPRIDE
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Brett Nagle
If you filled out the survey for breakfast / lunch meal pickups, they are ready! We will be there for the next 45 minutes. If you did not fill out the survey, we have prepared meals available. Please come get them at the elementary. Pull through the back gate, we will get the number you need and bring them out to your vehicle. These are for any child, ages 0-18.
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
In case you missed any updates on our Social Media Feed today, we are assembling the posts on our website to stay up to date on posts during the extended time off due to the Coronavirus. That page can be found at: https://www.wapello.k12.ia.us/coronavirus-information-updates
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet on Wednesday evening for their regular monthly meeting. This meeting will be held at 6:00 at the WHS Auditorium (note change of location). There have been revisions to the meeting agenda. The most current agenda can be found at: https://5il.co/dopg #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
Check our Facebook page for some updated information.
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Steve Bohlen
High School Food Pantry will be open on Thursday from 3:30 a 5:30.
5 months ago, Steve Bohlen
Jaci Thornburg
Here is our first read aloud video from our 6th grade Reading Teacher, Mrs. Shannon Salazar. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jZrCNPmzsI&authuser=0 #wearewapello. #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
Hello WCSD! While we are on this unexpected break from school, we are going to have a daily read aloud from a variety of staff members and high school students for our elementary students to enjoy! Our first video will be posted sometime today! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michelle Wade
Please be advised: the Student Council Blood Drive that was planned for Thurs. March 19th will now be held at the Briggs Center and will be a community blood drive. The Mississippi Valley Blood center will be the host (not the school). Times remain the same 7-12. Questions can be directed to MVBC at Phone (319) 208-0158, or at their website: www.bloodcenter.org
5 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
We are attempting to gather rough numbers of families needing breakfast and lunches while school is closed. If you are interested and would like to partake, please complete the survey attached below. Or got to one of our media outlets. https://forms.gle/6fkeTFvaDVJnWBtw5
5 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
Please go to our Facebook page for the latest information regarding school and COVID-19. Updated information was just posted.
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Eric Small
The Wapello CSD Board of Directors will meet for their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday, March 18, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. Please note, the meeting will be held at the WHS Auditorium. The meeting agenda can be found at: https://5il.co/dopg #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
Elementary Food Bank will be open Thursday, March 19, with the same hours of operation, from 3:30-5:30. Due to safety concerns from the COVID-19 Virus, following guidelines and recommendations given by the Food Bank of Iowa for the safety of those working and for those picking up food, we will be operating with a few changes during this time. Please call the Elementary Office at 319-523-5571 anytime between now and Thursday at Noon if you are planning on coming. Please call before Noon on March 19th and let us know your name and the number of people in your household. Leave a message with this information if after hours. On Thursday evening, we will meet you at your vehicle in the front of the building and give you an assortment of food items. Everyone will receive a similar assortment of food based on what we have available. This is for the Elementary Location. This is our best effort to continue to provide this service, while keeping the safety of the public and the volunteers in mind. Please call with any questions. The Elementary Building office number is 319-523-5571.
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Michelle Wade
Juniors... Those of you still waiting in pizza orders, please check your Facebook messages for arrangements to pick up/meet me tonight. Thanks! Brittani
5 months ago, Michelle Wade
Eric Small
Information regarding the closing of school and activities is changing by the minute. We have a page on our website that is dedicated to the Coronavirus. As we make announcements via our mobile app or social media channels, we will also post each update on this page. Please check this page for the latest details regarding Wapello Community School District and the ever changing situation with the Coronavirus. The page on our website can be found at:https://www.wapello.k12.ia.us/important-information-regarding-coronavirus #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Michelle Wade
All Wapello Junior High and High School Spring activities have of the IHSAA (IAHSAA, IGHSAU, IHSMA, IHSSA) will be suspended through the recommended 4 week closure. https://www.ighsau.org/news/school-closures-suspend-iowa-high-school-spring-activities/
5 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michelle Wade
Please be advised: the Wapello High School weight room will also be closed during this period of time. We ask that no staff, students or faculty use the facility until further notice.
5 months ago, Michelle Wade
Michael Peterson
Governor Reynolds has closed all Iowa schools for 4 weeks. No students or staff in the buildings tomorrow. We will be developing a plan and will be communicating details as they are finalized. Stay tuned. Thanks for your patience as we enter uncharted territory.
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jenna Dopler
Junior Achievement with Mr Shutt.
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jenna Dopler
Junior Achievement with Mr Shutt.
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements for Friday, March 13, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/dork #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Jessica Gustison
Enjoying lunch with my girls♥️
5 months ago, Jessica Gustison
Jaci Thornburg
TONIGHT is the WHS Pom Squad’s annual Spring Fling show! The show will feature the Wapello High School Pom Squad, the Louisa-Muscatine Dance Team, several troupes from Momentum Dance of Muscatine and of course, the always popular WHS Co-Ed dance team. Show starts at 7:00 p.m. in the HS gym. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Admission is a free will donation. This is guaranteed to be a great show! Come out and support our dancers in their last performances of the season! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Michael Peterson
Here's the picture of this week's Tribe Pride winners.
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Michael Peterson
Tribe pride winners for the week of March 9: K. Allworth, C. Ball, K. Hamilton, K. Hamilton, S. Hand, Z. Hanson, M. Jordan, L. McCurdy, W. Parsons, B. Purdy, K. Richardson, W. Shutt, W. Smith, & T. Wright. Congratulations!
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jaci Thornburg
Here are a few more pictures from today’s district-wide PBIS Tribe event. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
Today was the second district-wide PBIS Tribe event. We had big buddies partnered with little buddies all over the district for some St. Patrick’s themed activities. Enjoy these pictures from today’s events! #wearewapello -#wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Shannon Salazar
District PBIS Tribe Events today! St. Patrick’s Day activities to work on building positive relationships among students! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Shannon Salazar
Shannon Salazar
District PBIS Tribe Events today! St. Patrick’s Day activities to work on building positive relationships among students! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Shannon Salazar
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. The direct link for today, Thursday, March 12, 2020 is: https://5il.co/dmkj #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! This week we have more from the 2010-11 Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! This week we have more from the 2010-11 Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! 1991-92 is where the photos originate for this week's look back in the WHS Tomahawk archives! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday!! 1991-92 is where the photos originate for this week's look back in the WHS Tomahawk archives! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
Weekly Food Pantry reminder. We will be open at the elementary and the high school buildings from 3:30 until 5:00. Please note the end time for this week, and again Please, wait until 3:30 to enter buildings. Thanks for your cooperation. #WEAREWAPELLO #WAPELLOTRIBEPRIDE
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Jeanna Gerot
We need you to donate! The student council is sponsoring a blood drive, Thursday, March 19th from 7-12 at the Wapello High school in the practice gym. Contact JGerot to set up an appointment or use the link, https://login.bloodcenter.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/80946
5 months ago, Jeanna Gerot
Eric Small
Today's Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. The direct link for Wednesday, March 11, 2020 is: https://5il.co/dkwt #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements for Tuesday, March 10, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/dju5 #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello Indians will open the 2020 Track and Field season this afternoon at the University of Northern Iowa when they participate in the Dickinson Relays. Best of luck to the Indians on a great 2020 season! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Monique Peck
SEISC Honor Choir @ LM
5 months ago, Monique Peck
Eric Small
Selected members of the WHS Concert Choir will participate in the SEISC Select Choir this evening at L-M High School. The concert begins at 7:00 p.m. this evening and will feature some of the best choir members from across the conference! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello Arrows will open the 2020 Track and Field season this afternoon when they travel to UNI to participate in the Dickinson Relays. The meet will begin at 2:00 p.m. this afternoon. Good luck to the Arrows as they look to start the track and field season strong! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Sara Dopler
Congratulations to Wapello 2nd grader Tasker Timmerman on placing 6th today at peewee state in Waterloo! #wearewapello #tribepride
5 months ago, Sara Dopler
Sara Dopler
Congratulations to Wapello kindergartener Ridge Ealey on getting 6th place today at the super peewee state wrestling tournament in Waterloo! #wearewapello #tribepride
5 months ago, Sara Dopler
Megan Brown
Wapello basketball players Eryka Dickey and Holly Massner played in the Southeast Iowa Senior All-Star game today at Notre Dame High school. The team was also coached by Brandon Brown and John Vandenberg. #wearewapello
5 months ago, Megan Brown
Jaci Thornburg
Check out these pictures of the All-Iowa Dance Team performance this afternoon. Congrats again to WHS Pom Squad members Emma Schoonover and Amber Martens. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jaci Thornburg
WHS Pom Squad members Amber Martens and Emma Schoonover will perform at the Iowa High School Girls’ Basketball Tournament in Des Moines today as members of the All-Iowa Honor Dance Team. Over 500 high school dancers auditioned last fall to be a part of the honor team. The girls were notified in October that they qualified for the team of 238 dancers. The performance will take place at halftime of today’s 4A championship game at 3:00 p.m. The performance will be broadcast on IPTV. Congrats to Amber and Emma! #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Jenna Dopler
Dr. Seuss week was a lot of fun!
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jenna Dopler
Dr. Seuss week was a lot of fun!
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jessica Gustison
A fun week honoring Dr. Seuss
5 months ago, Jessica Gustison
Eric Small
Congratulations to the Wapello Indians for having four players named to the SEISC All-Conference Basketball Team. Those selected include Maddox Griffin, 1st Team; Caden Thomas, 2nd Team; Rhett Smith, Honorable Mention, and Aiden Housman, Honorable Mention. Congratulations to these Indians on being selected! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Allison Ruth
Reading in Mrs. Ruth’s class..here, there, everywhere! 📚
5 months ago, Allison Ruth
Michael Peterson
Tribe Pride winners for this week & previous weeks: C. Brewer, G. Camarena, D. Carr, D. Crow, C. Fry, J. Greiner, K. Hamilton, K. Hamilton, J. Haynes, H Maish, A. Marquez, A. Nelson, B. Runnels, K. Small, X. Strause, B. Vandezandschulp, T. Wagner, A. Watkinson, B. Wexell, E. Williams, P. Yakle, T. Yakle. Staff winner is Mrs. Dayna Kinsey. Congratulations!
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jenna Dopler
Silly socks in first grade!
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jenna Dopler
1st grade “Star of the Week!”
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Eric Small
Mark your calendars!! Tuesday, March 24 at 7:30 a.m. Wapello Elementary will have their annual Muffins with Mom event. Students can bring their mother, grandmother, or other special woman in their lives to enjoy a muffin before school Serving starts at 7:30 in the Wapello Elementary Gym. We hope to see you on Tuesday, March 24 at 7:30 a.m. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Cari Cline
Oh the places you’ll go! Nala joined us today to draw hot air balloons for our Dr. Seuss activity.
5 months ago, Cari Cline
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday Memories from the WES Tommyhawk from 2010-11! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday memories from the 2010-11 WES Tommyhawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday memories from the 2003 WHS Tomahawk! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday from the WHS Tomahawk from 2003! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements for Thursday, March 5, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. Today's direct link is: https://5il.co/dfvk #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Some of our Wapello 7th and 8th Grade math students are at Iowa Wesleyan University today participating in Wesley’s Math Challenge! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
Reminder that this afternoon, 3:30-5:30, the Food Pantries are open at the Elementary and the HS buildings. We ask that you please wait until 3:30 to enter the buildings when students are gone for the day. Thanks for your assistance in this matter. Thank you!
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Eric Small
Please click on the link below for an announcement from Supt. Peterson regarding Coronavirus. https://bit.ly/3cyQfmL #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Abby Shafer
Crazy sock day!
5 months ago, Abby Shafer
Cari Cline
Today’s Dr. Seuss activity was to draw a fox for Fox in Socks
5 months ago, Cari Cline
Danielle Wolfe
Hello Everyone! The Wapello Ag Marketing Class is collecting data on the Wapello Pro Rodeo. If you could please fill out our survey we would appreciate it! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SNBRF2M
5 months ago, Danielle Wolfe
Cari Cline
Do you like green eggs and ham? Today we read more Dr. Seuss books and drew green eggs and ham.
5 months ago, Cari Cline
Jeanna Gerot
The hotworks class, taught by Dunham and Gerot is busy in the shop creating metal table sculptures in groups.
5 months ago, Jeanna Gerot
Jenna Dopler
“TODAY YOU ARE YOU, THAT IS TRUER THAN TRUE. THERE IS NO ONE ALIVE WHO IS YOUER THAN YOU” - Dr. Seuss, Happy Birthday to You!
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Cari Cline
Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! 🎂. Students made candles for a birthday cake, drew the Cat in the Hat and read Dr. Seuss books during our Tribe Time today.
5 months ago, Cari Cline
Jaci Thornburg
The WHS Pom Squad is performing at the Iowa High School Girls’ State Basketball Tournament in Des Moines today. They received an invitation following their state dance competition in December to dance at the tournament. The team will perform their “Minions” Pom routine at halftime of the 5A quarterfinal game at 1:30 p.m. today. #wearewapello #wapellotribepride
5 months ago, Jaci Thornburg
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements for Monday, March 2, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/ddgo #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Jenna Dopler
1st grade “Star of the Week!”
5 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Michael Peterson
Tribe Pride winners for the week of Feb. 24-28: B. Allworth, C. Ball, I. Blake, L. Hanson, J. Kuhlenbeck, S. Moore, G. Parsons, K. Seitz, and G. Yotter. Staff winner is Mr. Brett Nagle. Congratulations!
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Sara Dopler
Congratulations to Wapello 8th grader Tatum Wolford on her 1st place finish today at the Iowa Girls AAU State tournament in Des Moines!! #wearewapello #tribepride
5 months ago, Sara Dopler
Sara Dopler
Congratulations to Wapello 7th grader Blake Wilson on his 8th place finish at the Iowa AAU State tournament this weekend is Des Moines! #wearewapello #tribepride
5 months ago, Sara Dopler
Sara Dopler
Congratulations to Wapello 4th grader Dayne Hogue on finishing 7th place this weekend at the Iowa AAU State Wrestling Tournament in Des Moines! #wearewapello #tribepride
5 months ago, Sara Dopler
Eric Small
From The Wapello Boys Basketball Program: Tonight is the Wapello Boys Basketball Jamboree! 6:00 P.M. 6:00-6:30 - 3rd & 4th Grade Boys Scrimmage 6:30-7:00 - 5th & 6th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:00-7:30 - 7th & 8th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:30- High School Boys Basketball Awards 8:00 - High School Basketball Scrimmage During this event we will have a Baked Potato Bar and Baked Goods Concession Stand. All Proceeds will go to the Wapello Youth Basketball Program. We hope everyone will enjoy a good night of Wapello Basketball. Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. and will go until the end of the last game. Potato Bar will be a free will donation. Concession stand will be regular price. There will be no admission charge. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements for Friday, February 28, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app under the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/dbxj #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Jason Marshall
Big thanks to Grant Yotter and Tristin Kauffman for building a shelving unit for the high school food pantry.
5 months ago, Jason Marshall
Eric Small
Congratulations to the Wapello Arrows Basketball team on having five players named to the SEISC All Conference Team for the 2019-2020 season! 1st Team Selections include Eryka Dickey and Holly Massner. 2nd Team Selection, Sammy Ewart, and Honorable Mention selections, Lindsy Massner and Madyson Reid. In addition to the five players, Arrows Head Coach, Brandon Brown was named Coach of the Year for the North Division. What an honor to have the entire starting team for the Arrows along with their head coach to be named to the All Conference Team for 2020! Help us to congratulate Eryka, Holly, Sammy, Lindsy, Madyson, and Coach Brown on their accomplishment and an outstanding 2019-2020 season! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Teresa Good
The food pantry is open from 3:30 - 5:30 tonight at the Elementary and High School buildings.
5 months ago, Teresa Good
Samantha Hazelwood
Congratulations to the 5th Grade students who went up in their MAPS Reading! They get to enjoy a movie and snack! Way to go kids!
5 months ago, Samantha Hazelwood
Eric Small
More memories from 1990-1991 and the Wapello Elementary Tommyhawk for Throwback Thursday! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Memories from the 1990-1991 WES Tommyhawk. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
More memories from 1996 for Throwback Thursday today! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Throwback Thursday! Back to 1996 for this week's featured photos from the WHS Yearbook. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Samantha Hazelwood
Mrs. Smith's 5th Grade started a new unit in Reading on a Shakespeare's play. We started the unit on reading sentences with words that are used in the play by shaking their partner's hand and then reading the sentence. We learned some interesting words that Shakespeare used!
5 months ago, Samantha Hazelwood
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements for Thursday, February 27, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app in the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/daez #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
From The Wapello Boys Basketball Program: Wapello Boys Basketball Jamboree Feb 28, 2020 - 6:00 P.M. 6:00-6:30 - 3rd & 4th Grade Boys Scrimmage 6:30-7:00 - 5th & 6th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:00-7:30 - 7th & 8th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:30- High School Boys Basketball Awards 8:00 - High School Basketball Scrimmage During this event we will have a Baked Potato Bar and Baked Goods Concession Stand. All Proceeds will go to the Wapello Youth Basketball Program. We hope everyone will enjoy a good night of Wapello Basketball. Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. and will go until the end of the last game. Potato Bar will be a free will donation. Concession stand will be regular price. There will be no admission charge. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Brett Nagle
A reminder, the Elementary is is hosting an Early Childhood Open House TONIGHT! From 5:30-6:30. This is a great chance for any families of children who will be 4 or older next school year who want to check out our Pre Kindergarten and kindergarten classrooms, meet and speak with teachers and administration, ask questions, even get started with registration if you want. Come in and check it out!
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Abby Shafer
1st grade enjoyed a special visitor today! Roxie is Lucky’s new puppy!
5 months ago, Abby Shafer
Abby Shafer
1st grade enjoyed a special visitor today! Roxie is Lucky’s new puppy!
5 months ago, Abby Shafer
Samantha Hellberg
Analyzing the Declaration of Independence in 8th period.
5 months ago, Samantha Hellberg
Eric Small
Don't forget!! Tomorrow evening (2-26-2020), Wapello Elementary will host its Annual Early Childhood Open House. Come meet our Early Childhood Staff, Tour our Facilities, and get your questions answered by our staff and administration. We hope to see you on Wednesday evening from 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm. #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello JR/SR High Daily Announcements have been posted to our website and mobile app for Tuesday, February 25, 2020 in the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/d87m #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
From The Wapello Boys Basketball Program: Wapello Boys Basketball Jamboree Februrary 28, 2020 - 6:00 P.M. 6:00-6:30 - 3rd & 4th Grade Boys Scrimmage 6:30-7:00 - 5th & 6th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:00-7:30 - 7th & 8th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:30- High School Boys Basketball Awards 8:00 - High School Basketball Scrimmage During this event we will have a Baked Potato Bar and Baked Goods Concession Stand. All Proceeds will go to the Wapello Youth Basketball Program. We hope everyone will enjoy a good night of Wapello Basketball. Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. and will go until the end of the last game. Potato Bar will be a free will donation. Concession stand will be regular price. There will be no admission charge.
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
From The Wapello Boys Basketball Program: Wapello Boys Basketball Jamboree Februrary 28, 2020 - 6:00 P.M. 6:00-6:30 - 3rd & 4th Grade Boys Scrimmage 6:30-7:00 - 5th & 6th Grade Boys Scrimmage 7:00-7:30 - 7th & 8th Grade Boys Scrimmage 8:00 High School Basketball Scrimmage During this event we will have a Baked Potato Bar and Baked Goods Concession Stand. All Proceeds will go to the Wapello Youth Basketball Program. We hope everyone will enjoy a good night of Wapello Basketball. Serving will start at 5:30 p.m. and will go until the end of the last game. Potato Bar will be a free will donation. Concession stand will be regular price. There will be no admission charge.
5 months ago, Eric Small
Michael Peterson
Tribe Pride winners for the week of February 18-21: J. Beeding, A. Bishop, L. Coleman, R. Davidson, Z. Delzell, L. Ealey, K. Grieser, K. Holmes, A. Johnson, Z. Moore, R. Ross, G. Salek, E. Tipps, and J. Warnstaff. Staff winner is Mrs. Sarah Jurgill. Congratulations!
5 months ago, Michael Peterson
Jessica Gustison
Dress up days for next week at the Elementary
5 months ago, Jessica Gustison
Eric Small
The Wapello JH Indians will play their final game of the 2019-2020 season this afternoon when they welcome the Highland JH Huskies to Wapello High School. 7th Grade will tip off at 4:30 p.m. followed by the 8th Grade game. Good luck to the JH Indians, finish with a win! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello JH/HS Daily Announcements for Monday, February 24, 2020 have been posted to our website and mobile app under the documents folder. The direct link for today is: https://5il.co/d7cu #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
5 months ago, Eric Small
Megan Brown
Last call on soccer clothing orders. Mrs. Brown will take orders through Wednesday, February 26th.
5 months ago, Megan Brown
Brett Nagle
Wapello High School student council recently held a coloring contest and these fine students were the winners in their grades: Bryan Meza Chaing, Arizona Nelson, Addi Strickland, Paisley Shafer, Zoey Hogue, Emily Tipps, and Kate Marquez. The winning artwork can be seen at Casey’s in Wapello! Congratulations!
5 months ago, Brett Nagle
Jeanna Gerot
They came, they danced, they pictured, they cleaned! Fun was had by all.
6 months ago, Jeanna Gerot
Eric Small
After a spectacular season, the Arrows come up short tonight against the Bears. Final score tonight, West Branch 64,Wapello 24. Congratulations to the Arrows and Coaches on a great season, you have lots to be proud of! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
6 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
3rd quarter score, West Branch, 44, Wapello 20. Keep fighting Arrows!
6 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
Halftime score is West Branch 31, Wapello 9. Keep fighting Arrows! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
6 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
At the end of the 1st quarter in West Branch, the Arrows trail the Bears 19-5. Keep fighting Arrows!
6 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello Arrows travel to West Branch High School tonight for a 7:00 game with the West Branch Bears in a Class 2A Region 6 Semi-Final game. Let's pack the stands and cheer on the Arrows to another win and to keep their season alive! Good luck to the Arrows and the Coaching Staff, bring home another win tonight ladies! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
6 months ago, Eric Small
Brandon Brown
The family is ready. Are you? Game time: 7:00PM Location: West Branch Opponent: West Branch Regional semi-final. #Family #WeAreWapello #fearthespear
6 months ago, Brandon Brown
Jenna Dopler
1st grade “Star of the Week!”
6 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jenna Dopler
First graders learning about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln!
6 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Samantha Hellberg
Anthony Williams and Kason Dopler gave campaign speeches for the Mayor of JA Biztown race!
6 months ago, Samantha Hellberg
Samantha Hellberg
Alexis Brown and Will Parsons gave campaign speeches for the Mayor of JA Biztown race!
6 months ago, Samantha Hellberg
Jenna Dopler
Good luck Wapello wrestlers!!
6 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jenna Dopler
1st grade had a visitor!
6 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Jenna Dopler
1st graders working on descriptive writing!
6 months ago, Jenna Dopler
Megan Brown
Students in Mrs. Brown’s Algebra 1 class working on simplifying square roots with an in class scavenger hunt.
6 months ago, Megan Brown
Eric Small
The Indians start Post Season play this evening in the IHSAA Class 1A District 8 Quarterfinal against the New London Tigers. The game will be held at Burlington Notre-Dame High School starting at 6:30 pm. Best of luck to the Indians and Coaches, let's pack the stands and keep the Indians playing deep into the post season! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
6 months ago, Eric Small
Eric Small
The Wapello JH Indians will travel to Columbus this afternoon to take on the Columbus JH Wildcats. The 8th grade will play the first game at 4:30, followed by the 7th Grade game. Good Luck Indians! #WeAreWapello #WapelloTribePride
6 months ago, Eric Small