Wooster City School District

Jan
26
Board of Education Meeting
7:00pm
Feb
15
No School - Presidents Day
(All day)
Feb
16
Board of Education Work Session
7:00pm
Feb
19
End of 2nd Trimester (Gr. K-4)
(All day)
Feb
23
Board of Education Meeting
7:00pm
Mar
05
No School: Release Day for PTC
(All day)
Mar
12
End of 3rd Quarter (Grades
(All day)
Mar
15
Board of Education Work Session
7:00pm
Mar
23
Board of Education Meeting
7:00pm
Mar
29
No School - Spring Break
(All day)
Mar
30
No School - Spring Break
(All day)
Mar
31
No School - Spring Break
(All day)
Apr
01
No School - Spring Break
(All day)
Apr
02
No School - Spring Break
(All day)
Apr
19
Board of Education Work Session
7:00pm
Apr
27
Board of Education Meeting
7:00pm
May
17
Board of Education Work Session
7:00pm
May
25
Board of Education Meeting
7:00pm
May
27
Last Day of School for Students
(All day)
May
28
Teacher Work Day
(All day)

To learn more about the Wooster Way visit the website: http://www.woostercityschools.org/wooster-way

News 
POSTEDJan 06
The Wooster City School District Hybrid Learning Model will resume on Thursday, January 7th for students in grades PreK to 7. Students in grades 8-12 and the Alternative Learning Centers will resume on Monday, January 11th. 
The Wooster Way

The Wooster Way’s mission is empowering the heart, body, and mind. The umbrella symbolizes the services we offer throughout the district to help our students. Please note that not all of the programs that are under the umbrella are offered district wide, some are just building(s) specific.

School Improvement

Ohio is committed to the implementation of a unified state system of support directly focused on improving the academic achievement of all students and student groups.  The Ohio Improvement Process (OIP) articulates a systemic and coherent approach to improving districts and schools not just for the short term but rather by changing fundamental structures and processes that will lead to sustainable improvement.

Our Brand

In the Wooster City School District, we are proud and happy to tell the story of the history of our colors. The video at this link tells the story of revered community member Stanley Gault and the pride he had for the Wooster City Schools' Blue and Gold! 

About Wooster City School District

The Wooster City School District is the largest school system in the Tri-County (Ashland, Holmes, Wayne) area.  Our 4,100 students live in an economically diverse community where the residents are dedicated to ensuring that each and every student achieves success.  The school district, located in the heart of Wayne County, is an innovative school district that consists of four PreK-4 elementary schools, an intermediate school for grades 5-7, and our award winning and regionally recognized high school that serves grades 8-12.  Wooster High School is home to the Tri-County International Baccalaureate (IB) Academy, 21 College Board Advanced Placement courses, the General’s Academy (digital, blended learning environment) and our Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) program, Project Lead The Way.

Communication

The Wooster City School District and Board of Education have made communication a priority. Please visit the link below to find out the various ways in which you can receive district updates and notifications. 

About Wooster, OH

Wooster, Ohio, home to 26,540 residents and counting, is a lively hub for innovation, business, and entertainment. Serving as the county seat and dairy capital of the State, the community boasts an excellent school system, a vibrant downtown, three colleges, a world-class community-owned hospital, a portfolio of growing businesses serving the global economy, and a network of volunteers and organizations dedicated to helping individuals succeed.

Named one of Ohio's Best Hometowns in 2017, Wooster continues to be one of Ohio's most innovative and exciting communities to live, work, and visit!