To ensure that your child is assigned to the correct bus andstop, your correct address must be on file with the Wayzata Public Schools Welcome Center.
Superintendent Chace Anderson is pleased to announce that Karen Keffeler will become the new principal of the eighth elementary school.
To meet the needs of our growing student enrollment, the district has secured leased space for some staff members currently located at Central Middle School.
The Wayzata Educators Association honored six Wayzata Public Schools teachers this year as 2014 Career Teachers of Distinction.
Wayzata Public Schools recently had its “Aaa” bond rating confirmed by Moody’s Investors Service in New York. Wayzata first received a “Aaa” bond rating in September 2008 as evidence of the district’s strong financial health.
Nine of Wayzata Public Schools’ 23 Destination Imagination teams will advance to the state tournament on April 20.
Two students from Wayzata High School have been selected for membership in the Minnesota Band Directors Association 9-10 Grade Honor Band for the 2013-14 school year.
A Wayzata High School student has developed One Day Water Project as part of her National Honor Society project.
Emily Chen, a senior at Wayzata High Schools was named a semifinalist in the Siemens Foundation Competition in math, science and technology.
The Parenting Forum is an annual program featuring a variety of workshop offerings on all aspects of parenting, plus a variety of exhibitors in the Marketplace. The year, the focus was on Wayzata Public Schools. The event featured a keynote panel discussion in the auditorium presented by Superintendent Chace Anderson and district administrators. Video of the presentation and the following question and answer segment can be watched below.
Wayzata Public Schools is currently in the process of studying attendance areas throughout the school district to better align the number of students in each of our seven elementary schools and three middle schools with our facilities’ capacities over the coming years.