August In-Service

As the 2019-2020 school year is approaching the staff have been at work preparing for the return of teachers on August 26th. Below are links for the August In-Service week.

Prairie Elementary

Worthington Middle School

Worthington High School

Learning Center

Department of Teaching and Learning

Paraprofessionals

News & Updates (Districtwide)

  • A Quick History of WMS - Spanish

    Una Breve Historia de WMSWorthington Middle School fue construida en 1981 como la escuela secundaria Worthington Junior High School, albergando los grados de 7°-9°. Conforme el sistema educativo, la tecnología, y el número de estudiantes inscritos ha cambiado, también la escuela ha tenido que cambiar. Hemos convertido salones en talleres de computación, salones más pequeños en salones de Educación Especial, y como nuestra población ...  Click here to read more...

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    MSBA Award

        Mr. Linden Olson was recognized for his 7 years of service on the Minnesota School Board Association board.   Click here to read more...

  • 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...

  • 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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