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  • Superintendent Parent/Community Meetings

    These meetings will be an opportunity for the community to provide Superintendent Brand with feedback about the Wilmington Public Schools. The Wilmington community is invited to attend these meetings, including community members who may not have children in the school system. For more information on the dates, times and locations of the forums, please click the Learn More link.

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  • National Recovery Month

    September is National Recovery Month. To recognize this, the Wilmington Substance Abuse Coalition is sponsoring multiple events over the next several weeks, including a Candlelight Vigil on the Town Common on September 17. More information and a complete listing of events available via Learn More!

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  • We're looking for Kitchen Substitutes!

    Interested in being a substitute in our kitchens? Call Food Services at 978-694-6064.

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  • Food Services Free and Reduced Application

    New Free and Reduced Application has been posted. Visit the Food Service page or click "Learn More".

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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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Core Values


  • Respect

    Resilience

    Inclusiveness

    Responsibility

Mission Statement

  • The Wilmington Public Schools provides a challenging, relevant, personalized educational experience that promotes both the academic success and the social and emotional well-being of all students. Well-trained and highly qualified staff provide students with multiple ways to demonstrate individual learning and growth, and prepare them for success in school, work, and life.

     

    Notice of Non-Discrimination - All educational and non-academic programs, activities and employment opportunities at Wilmington Public Schools are offered without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, homelessness, age and/or disability, and any other class or characteristic protected by law.

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