|NEW STUDENT PASSWORDS|
Students will start using new passwords for several systems at school on March 17. Teachers, students, and parents, take a few minutes before March 17 to learn more about these changes. Learn more here...
New Passwords for Students
New Passwords for Students
Online Safety Tip of the Day: Friday
For the week of February 24-28 WSD3 is focusing on online safety. Please talk to your kids about staying safe while online.
Everything you post online or send in a text may be available forever online and for possibly anyone in the world - your friends, parents, teachers, college admissions staff and future employers. Think very carefully before you share anything in a text or post online.
Internet safety resources can be found on any district/school website under the Parents/Students link:
Online Safety Tip of the Day: Thursday
Online Bullying: Do not send or respond to mean or insulting messages. If something happens online that makes you feel uncomfortable, talk to your parents or teacher as soon as possible.
Online Safety Tip of the Day: Wednesday
When creating a screen name, do not include personal information like your last name or date of birth.
Online Safety Tip of the Day: Tuesday
Keep your passwords private and only share passwords with your parents. Never give your passwords to friends. Use a combination of letters, numbers and special characters to ensure you have a strong password.
Online Safety Tip of the Day: Monday
Never share your name, where you live, where you go to school, your phone number or other personal information with people you don’t know or trust and never post that information online where anyone can see it. Do not communicate with strangers online or in text messages. Never meet a person you’ve met online without your parents permission. Just because someone asks for information about you does not mean you have to tell them anything about yourself!
2013-14 School Supply Lists
Supply lists for all elementary and junior high schools are now available. You can view and print the lists here:
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Whether it is a school closure, weather delay or a crisis situation, WSD3 wants our community to be in the know.
Our goal through social media is not only let you know about events and activities, but to also promote our students, staff and community members; gain feedback and start conversations about school related topics.
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