Come and meet representatives from selected organizations that provide programming for students with special needs March 15 at Wayzata High School.
Wayzata School Board member Linda Cohen has been named to the Minnesota School Boards Association’s (MSBA) 2017 All State School Board, the organization’s most prestigious annual award.
Birchview Elementary School has been named a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School by the US Department of Education.
Wayzata Public Schools is in need of volunteers for the District’s Literacy Volunteer Program, which pairs adults with elementary students who are struggling with reading.
The 2016-2017 Free and Reduced-Price Meals Application is now available online.
We are excited to implement new technology in our school offices to improve security for students and staff.
The 2016 Instrument Consignment Sale will take place on June 7 and 8, 2016 at Wayzata High School.
To ensure that your child is assigned to the correct bus andstop, your correct address must be on file with the Wayzata Public Schools Welcome Center.
Wayzata High School’s 24th annual Empty Bowls event, which raises money for Interfaith Outreach & Community Partners (IOCP), will be held Thursday, May 19 from 5:00-7:00pm.
This is a program for preschoolers offered through the Child Psychology II class at Wayzata High School.
Official results for November 3, 2015 School Board Election.
Two hundred student musicians and faculty from band, choir and orchestra were guests of the Minnesota Orchestra at its performance on Saturday, October 3 at Orchestra Hall.
This exhibition celebrates the growth of Empty Bowls over the 25 years since its inception; pottery and promotional materials from WHS' Empty Bowls are on display.
Advanced Placement Drawing students at Wayzata High School took part in a service learning opportunity for The Memory Project
More than 350 Wayzata elementary, middle, and high school students were recognized for their academic achievement at the Wayzata Public Schools Student Recognition Night.
Senior art students who are completing Advanced Placement Art studies will show their works May 14 in the WHS Auditorium foyer.
The Wayzata Educators Association honored seven Wayzata Public Schools teachers this year as 2015 Career Teachers of Distinction.
Check-out this year’s amazing line-up of student artwork on display at the City of Plymouth's Primavera event.
The process to reconfigure school attendance areas in the Wayzata Public School District has begun.
Wayzata High School students have won 80 awards in the annual 2015 Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards, the longest-running, most prestigious national art competition.
A very special thank you is deserved by the many individuals and local businesses that provided the donations that were paired with the Pottery, financial support and talent to make this new event successful, we were to raise $3,400.00 for Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners (IOCP).
Learn about important topics affecting our district in the Wayzata Public Schools 2016 Legislative Platform, which was approved by the School Board in January.
November 19: Superintendent Chace Anderson has been selected by the U.S. Department of Education to participate in the first-ever National Connected Superintendents Summit.
The newly-created Wayzata High School Alumni Network invites all WHS graduates to the first alumni special event!
Pictures and videos of the Wayzata High School Homecoming Festivities.
Wayzata High School’s 2014 Homecoming King and Queen were crowned at a coronation ceremony October 8 in the high school auditorium.
Sixteen students from Wayzata Public Schools placed well in the Northwestern University Academic Talent Search for the past year, including two students that earned perfect scores in the math segments of the exam.
KARE-11 featured growth in Wayzata Public Schools on "Cool in School"
The Lifetime of Learning Task Force has planned an event on Thursday, September 18 at 7 p.m. at Armstrong High School that will feature iconic Twin Cities broadcast journalist Don Shelby.
There are required immunizations for students entering 7th grade. Please have documentation into your child's school by August 1, 2014
Wayzata Music Education Boosters will be sponsoring an instrument consignment sale on June 24 and June 25 in the Wayzata High School Cafeteria.
This year’s event raised more than $6,000 to benefit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners. Thank you to everybody who supported this event.
Wayzata Public Schools held its annual May Recognition Ceremony on May 19, 2014, at Wayzata High School in the auditorium to recognize academic achievement and community service at all grade levels.
Wayzata Public Schools will hold its annual Student Recognition Ceremony on May 19, 2014, in the Wayzata High School Auditorium beginning at 7 p.m.
Superintendent Chace Anderson is pleased to announce that Karen Keffeler will become the new principal of the eighth elementary school.
Superintendent Chace Anderson is pleased to announce the addition of Scott Gengler, currently principal of Irondale High School in the Mounds View Public Schools, to the Wayzata High School Leadership Team.
Join us for learning, listening, and inquiry on local drug trends, availability, and locally produced videos on prescription drug abuse and marijuana. Parents speak up to help other parents!
Enrollment is now open for Parent/Child classes for birth to 5-year-olds for the Fall 2014 session through Wayzata Public Schools Family Learning Center.
The Wayzata Educators Association honored six Wayzata Public Schools teachers this year as 2014 Career Teachers of Distinction.
Wayzata Public Schools recently had its “Aaa” bond rating confirmed by Moody’s Investors Service in New York. Wayzata first received a “Aaa” bond rating in September 2008 as evidence of the district’s strong financial health.
Wayzata High School senior Payson Merkel was selected by the Minnesota State High School Press Association (MHSPA) to cover a Wild Hockey game on March 26.
With the successful passage of the February 25, 2014 referendum, work is already underway to begin planning for the Wayzata High School addition and the eighth elementary school.
Two students from West Middle School have been named American History Essay winners at the chapter level in the Lake Minnetonka Chapter of the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
The Wayzata High School Math Team took second place in the State Math Tournament on March 10, 2014.
Nine of Wayzata Public Schools’ 23 Destination Imagination teams will advance to the state tournament on April 20.
The Wayzata High School Girls Nordic Ski Team won the State Championship held February 13 at Giants Ridge in Biwabik, Minnesota.
Two students from Wayzata High School have been selected for membership in the Minnesota Band Directors Association 9-10 Grade Honor Band for the 2013-14 school year.
Oakwood Elementary School celebrated its 12th annual International Night celebration on January 23, 2014.
The Wayzata High School Chamber Orchestra and Concert Choir have been selected for broadcast on Minnesota Public Radio on Tuesday, January 21.
A Wayzata High School student has developed One Day Water Project as part of her National Honor Society project.
Three Wayzata High School students have been named semifinalists in the Intel Science Talent Search, the nation’s most prestigious pre-college science competition.
Priyanka Narayan, a senior at WHS, was selected as one of only two students to represent Minnesota as a delegate to the U.S. Senate Youth Program.
Emily Chen, a senior at Wayzata High Schools was named a semifinalist in the Siemens Foundation Competition in math, science and technology.
Wayzata School District voters overwhelmingly approved two requests for increased funding to address growing enrollment that were on a February 25 ballot.
Students from all grade levels at Wayzata Public Schools were recognized by the school board at its May 13, 2013 regular meeting for achievements from throughout the year.
Nine seniors from Wayzata High School have been named Minnesota Scholars of Distinction by the Minnesota Department of Education this year.
Kristen Busch, an eighth grade student at WMS, won the Minnesota State American History Essay Contest for her essay, “Forgotten Patriots who Supported the American Struggle for Independence.”
Health Services staff has already begun planning for 2013-2014. Students with special health conditions needing health plans and/or medication authorization will need to submit updated forms for 2013-2014.
End of year information from Culinary Express including how to check account balances and summer 2013 PayPams information.
Fifth grade students at Oakwood Elementary School participated in Graft’s Wooden Spoon restaurant project in February and raised more then $2,200 in profits to benefit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners food shelf.
Three students from Wayzata High School won National Scholastic Art Awards for their artwork.
The Trojets finished 2nd in Jazz, performing "Phantom", and 1st place in Kick, performing "Boogie Fever". Both Trojets Jazz and Kick teams will compete in the state tournament Friday, February 15 and Saturday, February 16.
The Parenting Forum is an annual program featuring a variety of workshop offerings on all aspects of parenting, plus a variety of exhibitors in the Marketplace. The year, the focus was on Wayzata Public Schools. The event featured a keynote panel discussion in the auditorium presented by Superintendent Chace Anderson and district administrators. Video of the presentation and the following question and answer segment can be watched below.
A reading program at Central Middle School was recently the focus of a KARE 11 Cool in School segment.
Rachel Wyffles, an eighth grade student at Central Middle School, earned second place in the annual city of Plymouth Human Rights Award Contest. Wyffels was honored at the February 12 Plymouth City Council Meeting.
Superintendent Chace Anderson is pleased to announce he is appointing Sarabeth deNeui as Plymouth Creek Elementary Principal.
Limited Changes to Middle School Attendance Areas to be Recommended to Board January 14
Wayzata Public Schools is currently in the process of studying attendance areas throughout the school district to better align the number of students in each of our seven elementary schools and three middle schools with our facilities’ capacities over the coming years.
Twenty-two students from Wayzata High School's class of 2013 have been named National Merit Scholarship Semi-finalists.
The Wayzata High School synchronized swim team won its sixth consecutive state championship on May 25.
All four teams from Wayzata Public Schools that competed in the Destination ImagiNation Global Finals on May 25-28 placed in the top 20 with one team taking first place in the world for their challenge.
Twenty-five students from Wayzata High School's class of 2012 have been named National Merit Scholarship Finalists.
Wayzata High School senior Marit Sonnesyn is the 2011-12 Athena Award recipient.
Central Middle School Principal Steve Root has been named Middle School Principal of the Year by the Minnesota Association of Secondary School Principals!
Empty Bowls: All proceeds benefit Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners (IOCP)
Wayzata High School senior Evan Chen was named Minnesota’s only Intel Science Talent Search finalist.
Eighth grade choir students from Central, East and West Middle Schools were invited to the high school to participate in a festival where they were paired with Wayzata High School choir students on January 11.
Students at East Middle School worked with artist-in-residence Ta-Coumba Aiken to create murals “Celebrating the similarities and differences in our lives and learning styles.”
Seth Brown, an eighth grade math teacher at West Middle School, was presented with the 2011 Milken Award for the state of Minnesota at a surprise ceremony on October 10.
During the 2010-2011 school year, the Wayzata Public Schools’ board, administrative team and principals began the process of developing a strategic road map for the district.