For over a month, I have been visiting student spaces and activities all over the district and beyond. I have observed educators, parents and other community members support our students as they become more engaged in hands-on learning and dedicated to embedding life beyond school with the daily activities within school.
From kindness rocks, Fall Family Fun Festival, homecoming, and Chaos & Kindness to hands-on labs, models, robotics, and our new greenhouse, students have been learning language, math, science, social studies, arts and technology and how to connect this learning to real world problems and applications. I have seen this with our youngest in preschool and kindergarten, to our oldest as they explore career opportunities and consider life after high school.
These are truly exciting times at WRSD, with a renewed sense of energy as we build off of these early experiences and look to engage ever-more members of our school community and beyond in developing brighter futures for all of our students.
To learn more about the exciting activities going on in our district and community, please check out our monthly State of the District
Superintendent of Schools