• Wilson School District Superintendent Search
    As the community is aware, after more than 30 years of service to the Wilson School District, Dr. Rudy Ruth has announced his retirement from the public school system. The Board is extremely grateful to Dr. Ruth for his leadership, dedication and commitment to the students, staff and community of the district. Now, the Board must begin the process of hiring a new superintendent to replace Dr. Ruth. In order to keep the community informed on the progress of the search, updates will be posted frequently. For updates on the Wilson School District's Superintendent Search, please click here.
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  • PA-Core Aligned PSSA 2015 Results
    In late September, parents will receive student PSSA results. When looking at the report, you may notice that your child's scores are lower than in past years. This does not indicate that your child is learning less or is suddenly less capable. Reasons behind this are due to changes in the Pennsylvania Department of Education's plan for curriculum assessment. Please click here for an explanation of the changes and our next steps as a District. As with any new initiative, many questions have surfaced across the state regarding the transition to Pennsylvania's adoption of the PA Core Standards. You are invited to join Wilson Administrators for a Town Hall on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. The meeting will begin at 6:30pm and will be held in the Wilson West Auditorium.
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  • Wilson Young Authors Need Your Help!

    On November 11th, nine Wilson West students hope to fly to Texas to be recognized for their exceptional writing skills, but they need your help to do so! These students won a national writing contest for short stories they wrote during the 2014-2015 school year, which will be published in a book titled I Write:  Short Stories by Kids, for Kids and features the work of students from across the United States. LongTale Publishing, Houston, Texas, will host an awards ceremony & book signing in November. In order to make this trip a reality, the students need to raise the funds to cover their travel costs. Please consider helping these students by making a donation to support their efforts. For more information and to donate, please click here.

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  • Wilson Community Health & Wellness Fair, October 20
    On Tuesday, October 20, Wilson School District will host a Health and Wellness Fair in the HS gymnasium from 1-7pm. The event is FREE to attend, and it is open to the community. Visit more than 50 vendor booths and collect information about everything from dietary plans to physical therapy. You will have the opportunity to donate blood through Miller-Keystone Blood Center and donate to the Greater Berks Food Bank by bringing along a non-perishable food item.  Sign up for a FREE Fitness Class by clicking here. Also featured at this event are doctor’s offices, local opticians, gyms, spas, free orthodontic screenings, flu shots from 3:30 to 5 pm for $30, and more. Enjoy games and activities, enter raffles and see demonstrations. Take this opportunity to learn more about how to help yourself be healthier! To see a complete list of vendors, please click here. Questions: Please contact Kathy Blume at, or 610-670-0180, ext. 1330.


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  • Purchase Pink Out Shirts
    Help Wilson Bulldogs Fight for a Cure -- Pink Out Shirts are now on sale! The deadline to order is October 11. The cost for the short sleeve shirts is $15 and the cost of the long sleeve is $20. All shirts are made to order and therefore cannot be exchanged or refunded. Please order carefully. No shirts can be purcahsed after 11:59pm on October 11. Please click here to place your order. High school students can pick up their shirts after school on Oct 27, 28, and 29 in the auditorium lobby. Community pick up days are Oct 27 from 3pm-5pm, Oct 28 from 5pm-7pm, and Oct 29 from 5pm-7pm in the high school main office. Please contact contact Gabriella Audi if you have any questions. Thank you for your supprt of Wilson's Pink Out - we hope to see you at the game!
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  • Free & Reduced Lunch Program Renewal

    If your child or children participate in the free/reduced meal program, a new application MUST be submitted and approved for the 2015-16 school year no later than Thursday, October 8, 2015. The application is available online on the WSD website or at  It is highly recommended that you utilize the online resources mentioned since applications are received upon submission. Applications could take up to 10 days to process.  A paper application can also be obtained from the school building office, the Food Service webpage, or by contacting the Food Service Office at 610-670-0180 extension 1148. If a new application is not completed, starting Friday, October 9, 2015, your student will pay full price for the meals or will need to bring a packed lunch to school until a new application is submitted and approved. If you have any questions regarding this process, please contact Donna Gerhart in the Food Service office at 610-670-0180 ext. 1148.

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  • Wilson High School Ranked "Best High School" by U.S. News & World Report

    For the first time, Wilson High School is ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's "Best High Schools," earning a Silver Medal. This prestigious honor demonstrates that Wilson High School is among the top 25% of all public high schools in the United States. Wilson High School is ranked #44 in Pennsylvania and #1561 in the country, and is the only high school in Berks County to receive recognition this year. 


    The Wilson High School faculty and staff, under the leadership of Principal Dr. George Fiore, have made dedicated efforts over the past few years to improve student performance. Factors contributing to Wilson High School's national ranking include increasing overall student participation and performance in Advanced Placement courses, improving Keystone Exam achievement, and advancing College Readiness Performance. "I am extremely proud that Wilson High School is receiving this national honor. This achievement is a credit to our dedicated high school staff, along with our hard-working students and our supportive parents," said Dr. Fiore. "Without all of their efforts, this accomplishment would not have been possible." To access Wilson's U.S. News & World Report's ranking, please Click Here.

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