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Red Hot Chili Cook Off

Some of our hard working and talented food service staff participated this past weekend in the Winterfest "Red Hot Chili Cook Off". We know we are lucky to have such great employees and certain that they provided excellent chili to taste!

News & Updates (Districtwide)

  • A Quick History of WMS

    Worthington Middle School was originally built in 1981 as Worthington Junior High School, housing grades 7-9. As education, technology, and enrollment have changed, so has the school. Classrooms were converted to computer labs, smaller classrooms became special education classrooms and as our population has become more diverse, we have had to create English Learner classrooms.As our student enrollment has continued to grow, our facilities have had to change to keep up.   Click here to read more...

  • SWSC Digital Photography Competition Results

    Congratulations to Jade Rohrbauck for earning a two first place finishes, one in People and another in Elements of Design at the SWSC Digital Photography Competition on December 7th. Karina Mendez earned a second place in Elements of Design. Well done.   Click here to read more...

  • Spirit of Worthington Trojan Marching Band

    Worthington has made National News!! Check out the latest and greatest of band events! Hollywood Here We Come!The Worthington High School Marching Band has a proud tradition of parade band performance dating back several decades. Their award-winning history is built upon the premise of having pride through partnerships and its membership represents every activity in the high school.   Click here to read more...

  • Connect to your child's classroom using Seesaw

    At Prairie Elementary, we use the learning journal Seesaw to share important information with parents about school happenings/events as well as individualized information about their child's learning. Parents can use Seesaw to communicate directly with their child's teacher to stay up to date on their student's educational progress. Seesaw gives families an immediate and personalized window into their child’s school day, and makes communication with teachers seamless.   Click here to read more...

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    Adult Basic Education Volunteer Tutor Program helps students progress

    The Worthington Daily Globe printed an informative article about the Adult Basic Education volunteer tutor program offered at the West Learning Center. It can be found at http://bit.ly/2u0okVx. It was written by Jane Moore.        Click here to read more...

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