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  • New Woburn Street School Principal

    The Woburn Street School's new principal for the 2019-2020 school year is Ms. Suzanne Sullivan. Read more about her in our press release at http://tinyurl.com/WPSWoburnStPri.

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  • Wilmington Public Schools 2019 Wildcat Summer Sports Clinics

    During the summer of 2019 the Wilmington High School Athletic Department will be sponsoring a series of sports clinics for children in Grades 1-8. All clinics (except Track) will be held at Wilmington Middle School (25 Carter Lane) Please note this is a location change from last year. All clinics will be run by WHS Coaches, Alumni and Athletes. The cost of each clinic is $175 per child per clinic with the exception of Boys Soccer and Track which has a cost $150 per child. Additional clinic enrollment is discounted $25 per clinic. (i.e. Siblings attending camps are $175 each; the next camp is $150 per child per clinic). Complete flyer and registration form available under the Community tab by selecting WPS Summer Sports Clinic.

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  • Wilmington Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan

    The Wilmington Behavioral Health Task Force has updated the School District’s Bullying Prevention and Intervention Plan (BPIP) to ensure alignment with the most recent anti-bullying legislation. Please visit http://tinyurl.com/WPSDraftBPIP to view the draft BPIP and http://tinyurl.com/WPSBPIPSurvey to access a form to provide feedback on the draft. Feedback will be collected until April 20, 2019. Click on Learn More for clickable links.

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  • New Middle School Principal

    The Middle School's new principal for the 2019-2020 school year is Mr. Alexander Phillips. Read more about him in our press release: http://tinyurl.com/NewWMSPrincipal

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  • WPS Robotics Team

    Did you know Wilmington has a new Robotics team? Check out the Wildcat TV video about it at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5WqhfI2eBk

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  • Cummings Foundation STEM Grant

    WHS has been awarded a $100K grant from the Cummings Foundation. Julie Kim applied for the grant to support STEM extracurricular programs. http://www.cummingsfoundation.org/

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  • NHS Tutoring Available

    The Wilmington High School Chapter of the National Honor Society offers weekly one hour tutoring sessions for struggling students in elementary, middle and high school. If you are interested in having your student tutored, please click the link below and complete the form. The form will not accept requests until September 16, 2018. A member of NHS will be in contact with you as soon as possible. Please understand that we have a limited number of tutors. https://goo.gl/forms/EFnzF88tBlyMEzAx1

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