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School District News
Schools Welcome Kindergarten Students to In-Person Learning
Posted by West Linn-Wilsonville on 2/24/2021 10:00:00 AM
Kindergarten students across West Linn-Wilsonville arrived at schools and entered classrooms for the first time on Wednesday, Feb. 24, for the first day of hybrid learning. Students were greeted by teachers, support staff, and administrators before beginning the school day.
Schools welcomed students in the 'A' Cohort on Wednesday, with students in the 'B' Cohort set to attend school in person on Thursday. Many students continue to learn remotely through the WLWV K12 Online Program and Comprehensive Distance Learning, meanwhile. Older grades will begin to phase into hybrid learning in the coming weeks, culminating with high school students on March 15.
Celebrating Black History Month — WLWV Students Recognize History
Posted by West Linn-Wilsonville on 2/23/2021 9:00:00 AM
The month of February is Black History Month, reminding people across the United States of the great importance Black Americans have played in creating America. Black history is American history, and members of the West Linn-Wilsonville Black Student Union set out to highlight some of that history this month. Students compiled a list of 11 historically significant Black Americans, including the many contributions they have made. They will also be featured on the district website during the month of February.
The Black Student Union is a group of high school students at Wilsonville High School, West Linn High School, Arts and Technology High School, and the WLWV K12 Online Program who identify as African American/Black. The group meets twice a month to build relationships and connection among black students.
Welcome to the West Linn-Wilsonville School District!
Our incredible students, talented staff, supportive and dedicated community make this a tremendous place in which to learn and lead.
Our school district guides us with a compelling vision question, “How do we create learning communities for the greatest thinkers and most thoughtful people…for the world?”
This question challenges us to continually hone our practices and skills in creating exceptional learning environments for our students. The question also challenges us to implement practices that help our students grow as thoughtful citizens and compassionate humanitarians. Together, the vision question prompts us to continually engage our students’ minds and hearts. As the late poet, Maya Angelou declares, “Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.”
We pledge to do our best when working with the children entrusted in our care. This year holds great promise, great opportunities and great accomplishments for each of them.