February is Minnesota School Board Recognition Month. It’s a great time to recognize our elected community members who give their time and energy to serve on the Wayzata School Board. School Board members in Wayzata Public Schools are entrusted by this community with responsibility for an annual budget of nearly $255 million, more than 13,300 students, 1,500 employees and 15 schools.
Parents/Guardians of current Kimberly Lane Elementary School students will automatically receive email newsletters at the email address listed in Skyward Family Access. An archive of past newsletters can be found below.
Thirty students from Wayzata High School have now been named 2024 National Merit Scholar Finalists!
Congratulations to WPS teachers Courtney Gray-Kuschel, Shannon Kelly, Jeff Prondzinski and Kathryn Kottke for being selected as candidates for the 2024 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. The four teachers are among the list of 159 candidates in the running for 2024 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. In March, the panel will convene to choose a group of finalists.
The Wayzata High School Athletic Hall of Fame is proud to celebrate its inaugural induction class in the fall of 2024. Nominations are now being accepted in four distinctive categories including: Athlete, Coach, Trojan Award and W-Club. Learn more about the selection process and submit your nomination online on the Athletic Hall of Fame web page.
Trojan Tots preschool is offered through Wayzata High School's Child Psychology II course. The unique preschool program is open to all community preschoolers who are 2.5 to 5 years old and potty-trained. WPS high school students plan and present daily learning activities in the areas of science, math, art, music, language development and movement.