FALL PLAY
LEGALLY BLONDE


Performance Dates: Thursday, Oct 30 @ 7:00 pm
Saturday, Nov 1 @ 2:00 & 7:00 pm

Tickets: Available at the door
Adults = $6.00
Students & Seniors = $3.00

 
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WHOOT
(Wildcats Helping Others Over Themselves)

Trick or Treat for a Ton
Friday, October 31 ~ 4:00 – 6:30
Meet in the Waconia High School lobby at 4:00 
Students will go trick or treating for canned goods and other non-perishable items. 
All food will be donated to the Stuff a Truck Campaign for local food shelves.
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WACONIA HIGH SCHOOL IS BUSTING AT THE SEAMS 
Tour the Scarecrows of Waconia!
Click here for a list of participating businesses

http://cloud.chambermaster.com/userfiles/UserFiles/chambers/115/File/2014Ballotvertical.pdf

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CO-OP:
Juniors & Seniors: There will be no co-op classes on Nov 3rd 


PLAN TEST: 
The PLAN test will be administered to all
10th grade students
Tuesday, November 4 during periods 1-3.

FAQ:
Q: Is the PLAN test required? 
A: Yes, this is a required test

Q: What subjects are covered?
A: English, Math, Reading, Science

Q: What should students bring to the test?
A: Students should bring a calulcator and #2 pencils

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REFERENDUM

High School Proposal:

http://vimeo.com/109048948

Teachers respond to two questions:
1) In the area of your work, where do you see the
    need for the referendum?

2) In the area of your work, how would the referendum
    help our students?

Click the link to view the videos
http://vimeo.com/waconiaschools


Why we all benefit
Students of all ages                                                        
       
K-12 students benefit as increased capacity erases overcrowding in school
 
Early childhood students benefit from a new building with dedicated space
built specifically for them. They will also get great outdoor space with grass
and outdoor play equipment.

 
Great schools = Great communities

These upgraded school facilities will benefit the entire community in direct                                                           and in-direct ways.
  • Two large auditoriums for community use (HS and MS)
     
  • Expanded facility space means extra capacity, increasing the opportunity for more adult community education classes
     
  • Increased capacity means the district can keep the programs it has now, and expand as necessary to remain competitive with neighboring school districts.
     
  • A competitive school district is good for the local economy, attracting new families and increasing property values.
     
  • Think about it this way, students with opportunities are excited to learn. Today they are bagging your groceries; tomorrow they will be our leaders. Good schools give them a good start on that path!