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  • Altered Schedules 

    November 6, Tuesday

    8:30 - 10:10:     1st Period

    10:15 - 11:45:    3rd Period

    11:45 - 12:20:    LUNCH

    12:25 - 1:55:     5th Period

    2:00 - 3:30:       7th Period

    November 7, Wednesday

    8:30 - 10:10:      2nd Period

    10:15 - 11:45:   Veteran’s Day Assembly in Auditorium

    10:20-11:00: 9th and 11th Grade in Auditorium

    10th Grade: Personal Project

    12th Grade: TBA

    11:05-11:45: 10th and 12th Grade in Auditorium

    9th Grade: Student SEL Survey/CORE Lesson

    11th Grade: Student SEL Survey/CORE Lesson

    11:45 - 12:20:    LUNCH

    12:25 - 1:55:      4th Period

    2:00 - 3:30:        6th Period

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  • DOWNLOAD TEAMS SCHEDULES!

    Attention all Wolverine fans: The athletic department is pleased to announce that you may now sync team schedules directly with your personal calendar. Visit your favorite team pages and click “subscribe”.  
     

    CLICK HERE for detailed instructions.

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  • Join a Club - Get Involved!

    See the calendar for upcoming meeting days and times for Clubs like, BPA, Key Club, FCCLA, Amnesty International, W.A.T.E.R. Club, Debate, Climbing and more!!!!

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District Announcements

  • Thanksgiving Vacation
    November 19 - 23 
    School resumes the 26th

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WRHS Office Info

Strategic Plan

Blaine County School District's five year strategic plan embodies the community's desire to ensure every child graduates ready for success in the next stage of life.

Inspire

All students will be Inspired to develop intellectual curiosity through meaningful opportunities.

Engage

All students will be Engaged actively in our learning community through relevant and real-life experiences.

Educate

All students will be Educated to develop strong foundational and analytical problem solving skills to graduate ready for post-secondary success.

Empower

All students will be Empowered to make independent positive choices through continual social and emotional development.

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