The PSAT/NMSQT (Preliminary SAT/National Merit Qualifying Test) will be administered to college-considering Juniors at West Liberty-Salem High School on Wednesday, October 16, 2019. Please see below for more details.
Have an elementary student interested in cheer? Sign up for Little Tiger Cheer Camp! This camp is open to all k-5 students! Click the photo for more information. Forms are due by FRIDAY, 9/13.
West Liberty-Salem welcomed the whole Class of 2032 on Friday! This was the first day that all students reported to school together after the staggered start to the school year. It was a busy day learning all about gym, library, music class, and discovering all about the lunch room and playground! Lots of new friends were made and excited faces returned on Monday for their very first class picture! The Elementary PTO donated special ‘Class of 2032’ t-shirts for them to keep. We are excited to watch this group learn and grow together! Best of luck Class of 2032!
Make sure you are heading over to the App or Website and check out Middle School and High School Announcements. These are located in the documents section under ‘MS & HS Announcements’. There is a lot of useful information here about tryouts, upcoming events, college prep info, and more.
See the flyer below for information regarding a fun college prep evening at Fifth Third Field!
Do you have a student interested in LEGO’s? The Champaign County Art’s Council and Champaign County Libraries have a LEGO exhibit on display from 10/7-10/25 and a lego building contest on 10/21. See below for more details.
Many parents have asked for their students e-mail addresses to complete final forms. For sixth-ninth grade, it is their email@example.com. Highschool addresses vary slightly, but students should know them. Students will log in at school over the next week and complete their portion of the forms. Thank you!
How awesome are our volunteers? The drop off lane has been really smooth but please be reminded that drivers must stay in the car. If you need to retrieve something for your child, please use the parking lot to do so. Thank you for paying attention to our helpful volunteers!
Girls Soccer Fundraiser: Don't have plans on Sunday, September 29? Watch the WLS girls soccer team play at Columbus Crew Stadium at noon. Stay for the Crew game at 5pm - tickets are available in the WLS office for $25. All proceeds go to the WLS girls soccer team.
The Athletic Association’s fall spirit store is open online ONLY until September 8th! Be sure to head over and gear up! Orders will be delivered on 9/20. https://wlsaafall19-2.itemorder.com
Welcome back, Tigers!! We hope you have a fun, safe, and productive school year! Families, remember to complete your Final Forms paperwork soon. If you did not receive an email about this, with a link to create your account, please reach out to the office for assistance!
Congratulations to Matthew Schuster for receiving his Eagle Scout Badge and recognition today. Matthew completed his Eagle Scout Project last spring by building friendship benches for the elementary playground. Thank you Mathew for your donation to our students and school and congratulations on your achievements!
Hello, this is Superintendent, Kraig Hissong, welcoming all students’ families back for the first day of school year. For MS/HS students the first day of school is Tues, Sept 3 from 7:40am -2:54 pm. Students in grades K-5 will be on a staggered start schedule for the first three days of the school year from 7:45 am-2:57 pm. With the staggered start, that means your elementary student will report to school only two days the first week of school. Elementary students with last names A-G will come Tuesday, Sept 3. Elementary students with last names H-M will come Wednesday, Sept 4. Elementary students with last names N-Z will come Thursday, Sept 5. ALL elementary students will report to school on Fri, Sept 6. Kindergarten students should follow the staggered start schedule mailed by Kindergarten teachers. If you have questions about your student’s start date, please call the office. Also, to ensure that the school year gets off to a great start, I want to remind parents to check the website for procedures on “best practices” if you are bringing your students to school and using the parent drop off loop out front. First, please remember that if you are coming to the school from the south, from the Urbana direction, use the new south entrance to enter the school. Once you enter, turn right at the 4 way stop and then left to enter into the parent loop. If you are coming from the north, or from West Liberty, turn right into the north drive and then proceed to the right into the parent drop off loop. One you enter the parent drop off lanes, remember that the fire lane, as well as the curb lane south of the fire lane, towards the MS wing of the building is widely underutilized during morning drop off. This area, when the driver is NOT exiting the vehicle, is available when dropping your students off. Using this entire curb lane will allow more students to exit their vehicles at one time and create less congestion in the left lane and the entrances from Route 68. Per procedure, find a spot as far forward as possible and merge into the right lane (curb lane). After your student exits your vehicle merge back into left lane traffic. Sometimes, it is easier (especially when south of the fire lane) to merge back into the left lane closer to the stop sign when traffic flow allows. Often, parents are dropping their students off as far back as the playground and then merging back into the left lane when spaces are available farther forward. This is creating unnecessary congestion too early in the drop off process. We would, again, like to emphasize that the goal is to find a spot as far forward as possible. In closing, we would like to remind families that students should ALWAYS exit the passenger side of the vehicle in the curb lane only, and drivers are NEVER permitted to exit their vehicle in the drop off lane during drop off times. (Parking is permitted after drop off and during pick up). Should your child need assistance exiting the vehicle, please use the visitor parking lot, and walk your child to the building via the cross walk. We are very excited for this school year and to see all of you next week! Come to the football game tonight, see your friends, enjoy the marching band, and cheer on the Tiger’s as they take on the Falcon’s from Graham. Thank you!
Would you like to order spirit wear? The Athletic Association will offer their fall spirit store online 9/1-9/8. Items will be delivered on 9/20. Be sure to follow W L-S AA on facebook for more info. The link will be posted here and on their facebook page on 9/1 for all of your Tiger spirit needs!
Don’t forget open house tonight from 4-6! Pay fees, get information about clubs, athletics, and find your new class rooms! We hope to see you there!
Check out a new article located in the ‘News’ section of your app or website with some important dress code reminders for the year ahead! Haven’t downloaded the app yet? Head over to your smart phone’s App Store and search West Liberty Salem Tigers and check it out!
This school year, WLS will utilize a system called FinalForms, which will allow parents to quickly complete student forms online. Within the next 24 hours, you should receive an email from FinalForms to set up your account. If you DO NOT receive an email, contact the Office.
Join us for our Open House from 4-6 pm on Wednesday, August 28. Check out student classrooms, pay fees, and speak with Transportation and/or Cafeteria Directors.
First Day of School is Tuesday, September 3 for MS & HS students. Elementary students should follow the staggered start schedule (September 3-5) that will be shared in the next couple weeks.
Our 7th graders had a blast on their visit to Chicago!