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Building for the Future

The Worthington School District is Building for the Future. This webpage will provide you with up to date information concerning the future of the district and its initiatives.


Residential Phone Survey

District 518 recently conducted a random phone survey of residents concerning issues facing the school district.  The links below show the questions that were asked and share the results of the survey.





News & Updates (Districtwide)

  • Sign up Now for Succession Planning - class begins Jan. 31

    Succession Planning is the process that business owners use to make plans for when they retire or move on. It can involve developing internal people to fill key leadership positions or the sale of the business to another business or individual. Succession planning and business transitions can take many years, so business owners of all ages are invited to participate.   Read More...

  • Sign up Now for Succession Planning - class begins Jan. 31

    Succession Planning is the process that business owners use to make plans for when they retire or move on. It can involve developing internal people to fill key leadership positions or the sale of the business to another business or individual. Succession planning and business transitions can take many years, so business owners of all ages are invited to participate.   Read More...

  • Celebration Chorus

    Celebration Chorus will begin on Tuesday, January 10th.  They will meet on Tuesdays from 3:15-4:45 in room 61.  This session will run from January 10th through March 14th.   Read More...

  • STEM 4-H Club

    STEM 4-H Club meets on Mondays from 3:30-5:00 in the cafeteria.  The STEM 4-H Club is for 3rd graders and gives students a chance to explore hands-on activities and projects focused on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math).  Youth will also learn about 4-H (head, hands, heart, and health) and how to use these skills.   Read More...

  • Raising Awareness for Premature Birth and Support for Ben

    Mrs. Troe’s Business Economic class and BPA chapter will be raising awareness for premature birth and support for Ben through an entrepreneurial and community service project starting January 3, 2017. Students will be selling “Bands for Ben” and “Ribbons for Premature Birth” in an effort to raise money to help the family with medical costs.We would like to get the word out about this project as quickly as possible through as many media outlets possible. For mor...  Read More...

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