Michelle Cao and Andrew Zhang, who are juniors at Wayzata High School, have been providing free classes and group tutoring to middle and elementary school students with their new service TutoringMN.com.
Bjerke committed to St. Thomas, with the Tommies making the leap from D-III to D-1 in the fall.
In the event of inclement weather, the superintendent may close school, delay the start of school or dismiss school early. If Wayzata Public Schools closes or has a late start, phone calls, email and SMS text messages (message and data rates may apply) will be sent to all families using the District parent notification system. To ensure that we have accurate contact information, please update Skyward Family Access.
Announcements will also be posted on the district website at www.wayzataschools.org, District Facebook and Twitter, and shared with the following local media: WCCO Radio 830 AM; WCCO-TV, Channel 4; KSTP-TV, Channel 5; KMSP-TV, Channel 9; and KARE- TV, Channel 11. If an early dismissal is required during the school day, we will follow the designated plan we should have on file for your child/children.
When Wayzata Public Schools is closed all day, this includes Wayzata Kids child care, early childhood classes and preschool, community use of facilities, Adult Basic Education classes, and youth and adult evening events and classes.
If Wayzata Public Schools announces a late start, Wayzata Kids will also start late. If school is starting two hours late, then Wayzata Kids child care will open at 9:00 a.m. and morning preschool and early childhood programs will be canceled. If an early dismissal is announced after 7:00 a.m., children already at Wayzata Kids (or in their classrooms) will need to be picked up within one hour.
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Props to Shweta Shankar WHS senior for starting a summer "Bake My Day" initiative, partnering with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. She sold sweet treats to raise money for this great cause!
by John Patrick Shanley
directed by Sonia Gerber
Featuring Zoe Nisam, Tony Saatzer, Lauren Taylor, and Sabrina Winford
Doubt is a searing drama about the public facades we put up and the private lies we tell ourselves. Set in a Catholic school in the Bronx in 1964, Doubt focuses on tough-as-nails nun Sister Aloysius and her suspicions of misconduct by Father Flynn, the well-liked parish priest. As Sister Aloysius digs deeper to discover the truth behind what she perceives as wrong-doing, she drags Father Flynn, naive young nun Sister James, and the mother of the school first and only Black student into her investigation. At once challenging and charming, probing and passionate, Doubt leaves more questions asked than answered, forcing the audience to grapple with their own instincts and biases. Doubt won the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and Tony Award for Best Play.
Tickets for Football, Soccer, and Volleyball will need to be purchased online.
Winter sports registration begins October 1.