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Wheatland-Chili Budget Results
The following are the results of the Wheatland-Chili 2017-2018 budget vote:
Proposition 1 - 2017-2018 School Budget, $18,405,290
Yes – 278; No – 83 PASSED
Proposition 2 - School Transportation Purchases, up to $175,000
Yes – 275; No – 81 PASSED
Proposition 3 – Establishment of Capital Reserve Fund 2017 (Facilities)
Yes – 281; No – 76 PASSED
Proposition 4 – Establishment of Capital Reserve Fund 2017 (School Equipment)
Yes – 283; No – 73 PASSED
Board Members: Three, Three-Year Terms:
Three-Year Term: Beth Nolan
Three-Year Term: Shanna Fraser
Three-Year Term: Courtney Panek
Wheatland-Chili Girls’ Soccer State Champions received a special recognition from State Senator Patrick Gallivan. Senator Gallivan presented the team with a resolution
Mr. Mannara traveled to Kansas City to take part in the annual AP Calculus scoring event. Mr. Mannara reports that the work was very hard, but that the experience and knowledge he gained will certainly help to improve his effectiveness as an AP Calculus teacher, and
On Monday, June 12, students enjoyed Field Day thanks to the hard work and organization of the PTA. During Field Day, students participated in nine stations: Obstacle Course, Rainbow Music Freeze, Three-Legged Relay, Hula Hoop/Sponge Pass Relay, Tug-of-War, Dunk Tank, Popsicle Break/Bubbles, Save the Ducky, and Spray Art. Students enjoyed the opportunity to
The Wildcats' Athletic seasons came to a close on Tuesday, June 6, with the 51st Annual Lions Club Sports Awards night. This event, held in the gym this year, allows each Varsity coach a few moments to share the highlights from their season. Varsity letters, pins, and service bars are given out as well as awards for the "most promising," "most improved," and "most valuable" athlete for each sports program.
The Wheatland-Chili Central School District community is committed to academic excellence which empowers all individuals to become motivated learners and challenges them to excel as citizens in a global society.