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ATTENDANCE MATTERS

Know the Benefits
Know the Numbers
Know the Warning Signs

Learn more about the new WCS attendance policy in your student's school handbook and read our flyer and FAQ's for more information on our attendance expectations.


RESOURCES FOR PARENTS
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link to school safety hotline information
The online reporting system and the 1-866-listen2me phone system are for students and parents to report concerns which may affect the peace of mind of students or jeopardize the safety of people or school facilities. Public School Works Safety Hotline


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For grades, schedules, and attendance please visit ProgressBook.




To check your student's account balance or add lunch money, visit PaySchoolsCentral.com.

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link to enrollment information page

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link to Stay Connected page on this website

Visit our
Stay Connected page
for links to our district newsletter,
social media channels, and more.




link to grade level center page

For information on our Grade Level Center Steering Committee and Process please visit our page here.

COLLEGE AND CAREER PLANNING

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Students and Parents:   Visit our WHS Counseling Center online for helpful information on both career and college planning.   WHS Counseling Center Website

Community Members:  Take advantage of free programs at Southern State's Adult Opportunity Center. They provide assistance with basic reading and literacy skills, GED preparation, and college readiness in math and English.*

     Southern State Adult Opportunity Center
     or call 800-628-7722, ext 2687


FAMILY ASSISTANCE
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If your family needs assistance with housing, food/clothing, medical care, counseling, and more please see the public resources below.*
     Clinton County Resource Guide (pdf)
     
     Cl. Co. Family & Children First Council

     1025 S. South St.,Suite 400
     Wilmington, OH 45177
     Phone: 937-382-5726 x 1423

DRUG ABUSE PREVENTION

If you are looking for resources on how to talk to your children about the dangers of using and abusing drugs, alcohol, and/or prescription medications, we have a place for you to start.  For conversation starters, prevention tips, warning signs, and a comprehensive drug guide visit Ohio's Start Talking website.

(Please see additional resources at the bottom of this page for more assistance with substance abuse issues)


STUDENT INSURANCE 

Student accident insurance is available through Guarantee Trust Life. Please see the following information for plan options, details, and forms.


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