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4e80a42af063a Hamlow teachers show off their Viking apparel during Homecoming week
Hamlow students show off their Viking maroon!
Viking pride!
Hamlow teachers show off their Viking apparel during Homecoming week

Viking Spirit Present in District 145

September 26, 2011

We got spirit…yeah, yeah, we got spirit…yeah, yeah, we got spirit!! This familiar cheer can be heard during most sporting events. Viking Spirit was never more evident throughout the district than during Homecoming Week.

Check out the photos and links to see how students and staff interact to create an atmosphere that encourages students to be engaged in more than just learning academic content; they are encouraged to connect with each other and their school to develop a sense of place. We want our school buildings to be more than just a physical structure where students and adults gather 175 days per year. Extensive research has been conducted on how a school environment impacts student achievement. We strive to reach a balance to provide experiences for students where learning and fun are rolled into one!


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4e80a42af063aWHS students take a moment to pose during homecoming week
WHS students take a moment to pose during homecoming week

Middle School Students Show Viking Spirit

View photos from Waverly High School - available on Facebook. Even if you do not have a Facebook account, click here to view.

Congratulations to Waverly High School football coach Mike Johnson who earned his 200th career victory in an exciting Homecoming game against Aurora, who was ranked #5 in Class B.

As parent-teacher conferences are held Sept. 27 and 29 for elementary students, and in the next few weeks for MS/HS, we ask parents to continue the conversations with your child's teacher about how we can partner together to benefit every child. We want to provide opportunities for students to be successful - and if the level of success is not what is expected - how can we work together to provide additional support or to challenge students to a greater extent? 


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School District 145 Foundation for Education is supporting the Youth Frontier Retreats this school year. The fifth grade retreat was held at Eagle Elementary on Thursday, September 15. All fifth grade students in the district will participate. Thank you to the FFE for the significant financial commitment ($2500 per event) that is a direct benefit to our staff and students. Click on the links to view articles related to this event.

Waverly High School senior class sees double and triple…read about it in the Waverly News!

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