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WCS Will Continue With Current Reopening Plan

To provide clarity to the Public Health Order (04-2020) which was released this afternoon by the Elkhart County Health Department.  In the Public Health Order, all K-12 schools in Elkhart County have been given the authorization to start the 2020-2021 school year by providing in-person instruction or instruction via remote learning according to each district’s Reopening Plan. 

As a result of this authorization, WCS will continue with our current Reopening Plan and will permit students to attend school on August 17 through the means their families previously selected (either remotely or in person).

 
Wa-Nee to Utilize Early Release Schedule
Wa-Nee will be utilizing our 30-minute early release schedule each day throughout the 2020-2021 school year 
WCS Reopening Plan - Updated 7/31/20
Our plan to safely re-open and return to school is primarily focused upon identifying and mitigating exposures to COVID-19.  We are continually  collaborating and working with the appropriate stakeholders to focus on the immediate needs to prepare for school operations under the current pandemic.  We have found an update to our reopening plan was necessary.
 

As we move forward together, we are thankful for our community’s continued support as we keep our student’s health and safety in mind.

 
IMPORTANT - Back To School Information Released
Students’ first day of Remote and/or In-Person learning will occur on Monday, August 17, 2020.   Please watch for communication from your child’s building for more information regarding device pick up and training.
 
WCS Board of Trustees approved waiving the first two days of instruction (August 13th and 14th) to help our families and staff prepare for our upcoming school re-opening. Students will not need to make up these days and at this time there are no other changes to our school calendar other than a change in student start date.  
 
2020-2021 School Lunch Prices
2020-2021 lunch prices have been approved... 
2020-2021 Textbook Rental Fee
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Scot Croner Superintendent
Welcome to Wa-Nee Community Schools
It’s an honor to serve as the superintendent for Wa-Nee Schools. Our community’s support of our students, staff, and faculty are second to none and are a major factor in our continued success.

With five schools in our corporation, we are constantly looking for ways to achieve maximum outcomes for our students. Our goals are to meet the needs of all learners, ensure that every student reaches his or her full potential, and to prepare our graduates to become leaders as they enter the workforce and/or enroll in college.

Whether you are just beginning your educational experience at Wa-Nee or are a member of our current graduating class, every student can and should expect their learning to be filled with purposeful and engaging activities led by a staff that is committed to each student’s post-secondary success.

Our district and students continue to receive recognition for excellence in academics, the arts, and through their participation on our athletic teams. These achievements are the result of our student’s hard work, the leadership of our school board, the dedication of our staff, our community’s unwavering support, and the positive contributions of our parents.
 
Our vision is to become the preeminent school system in the State of Indiana. Through strong instructional leadership, rigorous instruction, and collaboration, we are preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s challenges and to become our next generation of leaders.
 
Welcome to Wa-Nee Schools where Our Tradition is Excellence.

Sincerely,
Scot Croner, PhD
Superintendent of Schools
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