• Message from Dr. Rudy Ruth, November 20, 2014
    We have identified the student who was involved in this situation.  There was never any intent to follow through.  The individual used very poor judgement and will be held accountable for their actions.  We appreciate the patience and confidence our staff and parents have in both our local police department as well as our leadership team.  As was stated in the original communication, Wilson School District will be running as scheduled today, Thursday, November 20th.  Thank you.
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  • Wilson High School Distinguished Alumni

    We are currently accepting applications for Wilson’s Distinguished Alumni. Nominees must have graduated from Wilson High School at least 15 years prior to nomination (1998 or prior), and have consistently demonstrated, both personally and professionally, excellence of academic endeavors, career experiences, and/or local, state or national community service.  Submission deadline is December 31, 2014. All applications will be reviewed by a committee. Selected Distinguished Alumni will be recognized at our National Honor Society Induction Ceremony. For more information and to complete a nomination form, please click here.
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  •  School Performance Profile
    For the second year, the Pennsylvania Department of Education is reporting a School Performance Profile (SPP) for schools across the state. The SPP is a building-specific academic score based on many categories. The categories include student performance on the Pennsylvania System of School Assessment (PSSA) and Keystone Exams, graduation rate, promotion rate, attendance rate and closing the achievement gap. This score provides a comprehensive overview of a school’s program. Additionally, this score provides the public with a means for comparing the performance of different schools. Once again, the Wilson Schools did well in their overall scores relative to schools across the state of Pennsylvania. The released report reflects both the achievement and the growth of Wilson’s students for the 2013-14 School Year. The curriculum department uses this information along with the principals to plan for changes to instruction or assessment that will increase achievement and growth for the next school year. Please click here to watch a presentation by Dr. Steven Gerhard, Wilson School District Assistant Superintendent, regarding the SPP. You can also click here to visit the Pennsylvania School Performance Profile website.

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