Building Report Card
The Kansas State Department of Education has released the 2011 school report cards. Report cards reflect a school's demographics, student performance on state assessments, and information on AYP (adequate yearly progress). Report cards for Winfield Public Schools are available at the following website.
NO MORE! NOT HERE! NEVER!
Click on the tab above, named "Our School", for our staff directory.
Kahn's Academy is a free online tool for students and families to use to use for math assistance. Click on: http://www.khanacademy.org/
Once at the academy, find the concept you want to visually see how to complete.- Easy to use and FREE!!!!!!
Parent Teacher Conferences are in February
WIS Parent Teacher Conferences will be held February 12th from 4pm - 7pm and February 13th from 4pm - 7pm. Parents are asked to pick up their child's progress report at the East Office and then conference with their child's teacher. If you have any questions, please call 221-5180.
The Winfield Intermediate School's Student Council will be having a Dodgeball tournament in February. Any WIS student may participate and the cost is $1.00. The last day to sign up is February 5th.
WIS Receives Challenge Award of Recognition.... AGAIN!!!!
For the second year in a row Winfield Intermediate School has been awarded a Certificate of Recognition in the Challenge Awards Program. This award recognizes schools for outstanding achievement and uncommon accomplishment based on Kansas Assessment results from 2012 and other factors, such as sample size, ethnicity, and socio-economic status of those taking the test. For each of the 14 state assessments, 60 state schools meeting the Challenge Award criteria were originally identified as high performing. WIS received the award for 6th grade Math. We are so proud of our students!!!!!!!!
What is Study Island?
Study Island is an all online product designed to help your child master the standards
specific to their grade in your state.
Fast Facts –
Every student has their own username and password. The program is divided into sections based on subject. Each subject is
made up of topics, each of which corresponds to a specific state standard. Each topic contains lessons, practice questions and
explanations. Most topics are accompanied by a lesson which includes some brief information about the material covered by
the questions in the topic. Your child can also incorporate games into their studies while on Study Island.
How do I login to Study Island?
How does my child use Study Island?
After signing in on Study Island’s home page, click the subject tab on which you wish to work or check your student’s class
page for assignments created by your child’s teacher. To pass a topic, your child must satisfy the topic’s passing requirements
which are based on a minimum number of questions answered and a minimum percentage correct. A blue ribbon is displayed
next to all passed topics. Once your child has passed all the topics in the subject, he or she will have to pass the Post
Test for the subject. Ignore this step if the subject has no Post Test. Once your child passes all topics in all sections, he has completed
the Study Island program.
How do I monitor my child’s progress?
Login to Study Island.
Click on one of the subject reports on the left hand side of the screen. You can view reports by subject or a summary report
of all subjects.
You can view each topic’s statistics or click on suggested topics to see your child’s strengths and weaknesses.
How to have your child's grades, attendance and lunch balance emailed to you.
Do you want to have your child's grades, attendance or lunch balance emailed to you? If the answer is yes follow these easy steps.
1. Go to the District Website. www.usd465.com
2. Click on the parents tab located near the middle top of the page.
3. Next, located near the top middle of the page is a section that says "Powerschool Employs Parents"- click where it says click here
4. Use your parent username and password- if you need assistance please call Nicole at 221-5180.
5. Once in, look at the leftside of the page and click on the email notification.
6. At this page, you will need to determine what you would like to have emailed to you (attendance, grades, lunch balance, etc) and how often (daily, weekly, etc.)