Summer Lunch Program

posted Jun 28, 2018, 11:40 AM by Jennifer Swindler

kids eating lunch
 -For the 5th year the Wilmington City School District is offering lunch free of charge this summer to all children 18 years and under in the Wilmington community. Help us spread the word by sharing our Summer Lunch Flyer with friends, neighbors, co-workers, your church, summer sports teams, and anyone else you can think of. 

  • Monday through Friday, from May 29th through August 10th (excluding July 4)
  • Meal service will be from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Wilmington Middle School cafeteria.
  • Children do not have to be enrolled in WCS or on free or reduced meals to receive a lunch free of charge. 
  • All meals must be consumed on-site and must meet the National School Lunch Program required components. 
If adults would like a meal, they can be purchased for $3.00.

English Department Summer Reading Assignments

posted May 22, 2018, 10:42 AM by Steven Reed   [ updated May 30, 2018, 5:40 AM by Jennifer Swindler ]

See additional documents below for your summer English reading assignments.

Google Document

2018 Summer School Application

posted May 16, 2018, 7:28 AM by Steven Reed

Students - the application for taking summer school classes during the summer of 2018 is now available:  Summer School Application

State Testing Schedule

posted Apr 2, 2018, 5:09 AM by Jennifer Swindler   [ updated Apr 2, 2018, 5:10 AM ]

- The High School will begin their State testing soon. It is important, as always, to make sure students are well rested and prepared to complete testing to the best of their ability on the following days:

4-10 End of Course Assessment:  ELA 1 Part 1
4-11 End of Course Assessment:  ELA 1 Part 2
4-12 End of Course Assessment:  ELA 2 Part 1
4-13 End of Course Assessment:  ELA 2 Part 2
4-17 End of Course Assessment:  Geometry
4-18 End of Course Assessment:  Algebra 1
4-19 End of Course Assessment:  Biology
4-24 End of Course Assessment:  US History
4-25 End of Course Assessment:  American Government
5-7 AP Chemistry and AP Psychology Assessment
5-9 AP English Lit Assessment
5-14 AP Biology Assessment
5-15 AP Calculus Assessment
5-17 AP Statistics Assessment

College Credit Plus Annual Notice

posted Jan 4, 2018, 5:50 AM by Tyler Williams   [ updated Jan 4, 2018, 7:28 AM by Jennifer Swindler ]

Please see the attached 2018 Wilmington High School CCP Annual Notice. Through the College Credit Plus program, students can take college classes while in high school. There will be a mandatory student/parent information session for anyone interested in participating on January 30th at 6:30pm in the Wilmington High School Auditeria. If you are not able to make this session, please contact your child's counselor. We look forward to seeing you there!

Attendance Matters

posted Oct 31, 2017, 11:25 AM by Jennifer Swindler

- If you think missing a day here or there won’t matter, think again. By missing just one day every two weeks, you would be on track to miss two full weeks of the school year.

• Did you know that a student who misses 10 days or more during a school year is 20 percent less likely to graduate from high school and 25 percent less likely to ever enroll in college?

• Chronic absence can affect your ability to earn a living. Dropouts are less likely to succeed in a career.  In fact, a high school graduate makes, on average, $1 million more than a dropout over a lifetime.

• School only gets harder when you skip a class. Sometimes it’s tempting to skip or stay home because you don’t understand what’s going on in class. But missing a day only makes that worse because you aren’t learning something that will help you understand a lesson later on.

Remember, it's easier to keep up than to catch up! Make every day count and be in school/class  every day and on time!

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