District eNews

June 11, 2021

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WSD Celebrates the Class of 2021

The Wentzville School District held three separate high school graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2021 at the Family Arena in St. Charles on Sunday, June 6, 2021. More than 1,200 seniors from Holt, Liberty, and Timberland high schools walked across the stage to receive their diplomas.

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Graduating Seniors Awarded Nearly $100,000 in Community Scholarships

The Wentzville School District Class of 2021 has been awarded nearly $100,000 worth of local scholarships this year. These deserving students from Holt, Liberty, and Timberland high schools will be receiving their diplomas on June 6, 2021, before they continue on with their post-secondary education. Individual amounts of these awards range from $500 to $3,000. "The pandemic may have changed the large-scale ceremonies we typically hold this time of year, but our pride in our student accomplishments and in our community for rewarding those accomplishments, has not been diminished," said Superintendent Dr. Curtis Cain. "These students are exceptionally talented and have worked very hard to reach this point. We are very fortunate to live in a community where so many people are eager to support them in their goals and dreams for the future." In lieu of the traditional Honors Night celebrations, each high school compiled a video tribute to seniors that was shared on the District Facebook page on May 13.

To read the full list of scholarships and recipients, click here.

Last Day of School 2021

Last Day of School 2021
Thank you to everyone who shared photos with the WSD from the last day of school. Please have a safe and enjoyable summer break!
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WSD Transportation Hiring Event

Do you know someone looking for work? Invite them to our Drive The Bus event, June 18-19!

Drive The Bus is a unique opportunity to learn more about a full or part-time career in student transportation in the WSD and test drive a school bus! Participants must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver's license to participate.

The deadline To RSVP is Wednesday, June 16. Sign up today: https://tinyurl.com/zacsc8xb.

Updated Proof of Residency Requirements

Starting with the 2021-2022 school year, our buildings will ask every current family to provide updated proof of residency to the school that serves the oldest child in the family. The documents will be collected August 1 through October 31. A list of the approved documents is provided below. Please contact your school's secretary or registrar for further information. New enrollments will be required to provide full proof of residency documentation.


Provide current utility bill (water, sewer, electric, gas) within the last 30 days with matching mailing address and service address.


Provide current lease with all occupant names and utility bill (water, sewer, electric, gas) within the last 30 days. Utility bill mailing address and service address must match. If a lease transitions to month-to-month then provide the updated addendum. If it is a mobile home trailer and pad, then the lease for both should match. Leases should include all pages of the lease.

Residing with Someone Else:

Owner/Lessee should provide a lease, ALTA Settlement Statement, or Real Estate Tax Statement. Owner/Lessee should also provide a utility bill, valid photo ID, and notarized letter.

Parent/Guardian residing with someone else should provide a photo ID and Affidavit of Residency Form. Parent/Guardian residing with someone else should also provide official mail from a federal/state agency, current bank statement/loan statement, or utility bill.


All guardianship situations and documentation will need to be updated this year and annually.

Please contact your school's secretary or registrar for further information.

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Summer Meal Distribution Update

he Child Nutrition Department is offering free meals to students who are enrolled in the Wentzville School District during the month of June. All WSD students are eligible to pick up meals regardless of whether or not they are enrolled in summer school.

All students in the WSD will not be charged for breakfast or lunch through July 1, 2021. The free meals can be picked up every Tuesday at Timberland High School from 12:00 pm - 12:45 pm. Meal pickup will be located in the commons area inside the front entrance of the school, you will need to park and check in with the front office before entering the building to pick up your meals.

A Google Form will be shared with you each week through the month of June. If you would like to pick up meals for your children that are enrolled in the WSD, please fill out the form each week.

Please contact the Child Nutrition Office for more information, (636) 327-3858 x21325.

Mental Health Resources Hub

The WSD has launched a Mental Health Resources Hub on the District website, which includes information regarding:

  • Counseling Resources and Hotline Numbers
  • Mindfulness Activities for Learners
  • Grief/Loss Resources
  • Suicide Prevention
  • Substance Abuse Resources
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Summer Reading Resources

Looking for summer reading resources? WSD reading interventionists have compiled an abundance of websites, videos, and activities to educate and provide your family with opportunities to bond over literacy this summer.

Have you downloaded the WSD App yet?

Are you new to the WSD? Be sure to download the app to have important information right at your fingertips. The app is available for both android devices and iPhones. On the app, you can:

• View news stories
• View calendar info
• View lunch menus
• Access school and staff info
• Receive important alerts
• View sports scores
• Locate Directory Information