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2017 First Annual WPMS/WPHS Community Day!

WPMS and WPHS are very happy to announce the 1st Annual Community Day.  This event will be held on Friday, April 7th and will provide an opportunity for parents, grandparents, and community members to tour the school and preview creative, innovative, and unique things going on in our classrooms.  There will be two sessions to choose from; one starting at 8 am and one starting at 9 am.  Each of the two sessions will begin in the cafeteria with an introduction by Mr. Dorsey and Mr. Leach, followed by classroom visits/tours led by students.  The session will culminate in the auditorium with a brief introduction to some of our arts programs.  We look forward to welcoming you to WPMS/WPHS and showing you some of the creative and innovative things that are happening!  In order to prepare for your visit, please complete the registration form at this link https://goo.gl/fZI9kS

Click here to view the flyer:  Community open house flyer.pdf





Parents, Update your SchoolMessenger Notification Preferences!

PARENTS!  Please take a moment to update your phone numbers and email addresses in our SchoolMessenger notification system.  This new video clearly communicates how you can give permission to receive important school notifications. Simply visit the online InfoCenter portal (schoolmessenger.com/start) and indicate your messaging preferences, choosing how you want to be contacted.







My School Bucks    Pay for school lunches at myschoolbucks.com.  
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 DE Story
WPHS offers Dual Enrollment classes through Rappahannock Community College.  View a success story here.



Blue Ribbon LogoNational Blue Ribbon Award
West Point High School was the recipient of the 2012 National Blue Ribbon Award, as announceed by U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan. The National Blue Ribbon School program recognizes public and private schools for outstanding student achievement. The program is designed to highlight best practices in educational leadership and teaching. The Virginia Department of Education nominated West Point High School as one of only two high schools in Virginia for the 2012 award. West Point High School was one of only 269 schools to receive this award, out of more than 100,000 U.S. schools. Since 1982, the U.S. Department of Education has sought schools in which students meet and/or exceed rigorous academic achievement goals. The National Blue Ribbon Award is the result of exemplary student achievement and the hard work of a dedicated and talented staff. This is a return on our community's investment in the students of West Point Public Schools and the emphasis placed on a quality education for all students.

This link has been provided for additional information on the National Blue Ribbon Schools program.

http://www2.ed.gov/programs/nclbbrs/index.html

Teen Driving Safety

Parents and students, please go to http://www.insurancequotes.org/car-insurance/safety-center/teen-driver/#top and spend a few minutes reviewing the information and resources available on this site.  There is valuable information here that covers all aspects of teen driving.  Visit today -- you'll be glad you did!
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