Wadena-Deer Creek Schools will not have school or parent-teacher conferences on Thursday, Nov. 9 due to the WDC volleyball team advancing to the state tournament***. Parent-teacher conferences will be rescheduled to next Tuesday, Nov. 14. Middle/High School students will be released at 12:30 p.m., Elementary students at 12:40 p.m. and P/T conferences will run from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. *** Seeded 4th in the state, the Wolverines will take on No. 5 seeded Ada-Borup at 1 p.m. on Thursday.
Wadena-Deer Creek seventh-graders participated in a day-long outdoor retreat Sept.
Wadena-Deer Creek High School recently welcomed 16 foreign-exchange students from eight countries around the globe. They come from Australia, Belgium, the Czech Republic and many other countries and WDC is excited to be hosting these students who bring a mix of diversity and culture to its school community. The foreign-exchange students are staying with families around the school district. Each student is sponsored through an international organization, such as Nacel Open Door, International Student Exchange (ISE) and Aspect Foundation Student Exchange.
More than $50,000 in scholarships were awarded to Wadena-Deer Creek's seniors at the school's annual awards program at the end of the school year. WDC High School Principal Tyler Church served as master of ceremonies at the program, where community members and scholarship representatives presented students with their scholarship and recognition awards. Principal Church said this awards program showcases the accomplishments of WDC's seniors. "This awards program is about celebrating your accomplishments and thanking you for the work you have done during your high school careers," Mr.
Wadena-Deer Creek sixth-graders boxed up all the aluminum tabs recently for the Ronald McDonald House and they had a record-breaking collection.
The Autism Society promotes a nationwide effort to promote autism awareness during National Autism Awareness Month in April to help persons with autism and their families have opportunities to achieve the highest possible quality of life. This year, the effort is to go beyond awareness to action, acceptance, inclusion and appreciation.
Six Wadena-Deer Creek first- and second-year band students participated in the Northwest Region First- and Second-Year Band Festival, April 18 at Horizon Middle School in Moorhead. The following students were nominated by WDC Band Director Ken Nelson and selected by the Minnesota Band Directors Association: fifth-grade students Johanna Brunsberg, flute; Cecilia Lindquist, alto sax; and Anna Osberg, trombone; and sixth-grade students Nevada Schulz, flute; Tony Kreklau alto sax; and Dallas Doll, trombone. About two to three weeks prior to the festival, students receive five pieces of music to
Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary was buzzing with anticipation throughout the school day on Friday. The day had finally arrived when students would get to pie physical education teachers in the face...
Wadena-Deer Creek children scooped up oodles of books at Wadena-Deer Creek Elementary’s ‘Ice Cream for Books’ on Thursday, April 9. In it’s 12th year now, ‘Ice Cream for Books’ is...