• Graduates Share Your Story


    If you are a Wheatland-Chili graduate and would like to share the story of your accomplishments and how WCCSD helped you achieve your success, please email with details. You may consider sharing the story of your military service, the college you attended and how it led to a successful career, how WEMOCO provided the foundation for your career choice, etc. Help us inspire our current Wheatland-Chili students by sharing your stories.

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  • Wheatland-Chili Capital Improvement Project – Vote Results


    Thank you for your support of our schools!  The following are the results of the Wheatland-Chili $11,113,000 capital improvement project vote:


    Yes – 140; No – 24    PASSED

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  • Back-to-Back State Championships!


    The girls varsity soccer team won their second straight NYSPHSAA State Championship on Sunday, November 12, 2017.  On Saturday the girls dominated Eldred in the semi-finals.  The Lady Wildcats secured their third state final appearance with a 4-0 win.  They moved on to face a familiar foe in Poland in the finals.  After gaining an early 1-0 lead, the girls found themselves tied at the end of regulation.  Still tied entering the third overtime period, the Wildcats took their first possession and made it count.  Travina Meeks scored the game winner on a cross from Niyah Rosado.  With the win, Wheatland-Chili became the third team in Section V history to win back-to-back soccer titles.  

       Girls Varsity Soccer Team makes Section V History poster



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  • Smart Schools Bond Act


    The District has prepared an Investment Plan that describes how Smart Schools Bond Act funds will be used to support technology upgrades.  A public hearing will be held at the November 20, 2017 Board meeting to discuss this Plan.  Click on this link to learn more about the Smart Schools Bond Act and to review the District's Plan.

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  • School Resource Officer Joins Wheatland-Chili

    Please join us in welcoming Monroe County Deputy Sean Mayo as the School Resource Officer (SRO) assigned to the Wheatland-Chili Central School District.

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  • TIES (Together Including Every Student)

    TIES is a program which promotes the participation of children/young adults who have developmental disabilities in extracurricular and community activities by providing effective support.

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  • Keep Connected through the Electronic Newsletter

    One of our Board of Education goals relates to community outreach, and providing our parents and community with information so they are well informed.  We have launched our Electronic Newsletter to support this goal.  The Electronic Newsletter is available biweekly, and includes current news from our schools.  Current issues are available on our website in our Quick Links

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  • Jessica Jackson Joins the Wheatland-Chili School Community

    Jessica Jackson has joined the Wheatland-Chili School Community as the School Business Official. Her responsibilities include: the administration of the overall financial operations of the district; developing and managing the district’s budget and revenue; working closely with Superintendent Leh to facilitate the capital project; and overseeing the short-range and long-range fiscal planning of the school district. Prior to joining WCCSD, she was an accounting specialist with Monroe 2- Orleans BOCES, the Treasurer at Hilton Central Schools, and the Business Operations Supervisor at Hilton Central Schools. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, a Master’s Degree in Education and a School District Business Leader Certification each from The College at Brockport. Jackson is a Churchville-Chili High School alumna. Jackson and her husband, Ash, have two daughters, ages 15 and 12, and they live in Gates. Their family includes a five year-old mixed terrier breed named Roscoe. Together they enjoy spending time with family and friends, camping, bowling, and watching football.

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  • Guest Speaker Attends Environmental Club

    The Environmental Club recently had a special guest speaker visit! Former T. J. Connor teacher and Environmental Club founder, Linda Morrison, visited to share information with the students about how regional birds survive in the winter. We focused on why their feet don’t freeze. The students learned about “rete mirabile” which in Latin means “wonderful net.” Look it up to find out more! After information was shared, Environmental Club members learned different bird calls too. Thank you to Mrs. Morrison for visiting and sharing with the Environmental Club.

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  • Family Math Night at TJC

    On Thursday night, students and families came back to TJC to have some math fun. Students and their families had the opportunity to play some favorite math games in the cafeteria or the gymnasium. Every student was provided a booklet that had the directions with the games. Families also learned more about some of our electronic solutions for math such as ST Math and IXL Math. In addition, they enjoyed some “Math and Movement” games in the music room. A fun night was had by everyone

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  • Ski Program in Full Swing

    Our MS/HS skiers have once again taken to the slopes and they couldn’t have been more excited. Each year, our Ski Program, led by Mr. VerSteeg and Mr. Melville, partners with Swain Mountain to bring a truly unique experience to our students. The children love hanging with one another on the slopes and excitedly share stories the next day of shredding the trails, hitting different jumps, and racing each other - in a safe manner of course! The Ski Program is a winter tradition here at WCCSD, and we thank our Superintendent and Board of Education for their continued support.

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  • Winter Sports Teams Honor Senior Athletes

    The Varsity swim team honored five seniors during their final home meet vs. Harley/Allendale Columbia. While the Wildcats fell to the Wolves, coaches and teammates did a great job recognizing the great contributions of our senior swimmers. Up next, the girls basketball team will be honoring their seniors in a pre-game ceremony on Friday, February 2. The festivities are set to begin at approximately 6:30 p.m. On February 9, the boys basketball team and cheerleaders will recognize the contributions of their athletes. This ceremony will also begin at 6:30 p.m. immediately following the JV basketball game. We would like to thank all of our senior athletes for their great contributions to Wheatland-Chili Athletics. Please come out and support our seniors as they take the floor for the final time here at Wheatland-Chili.

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  • Catch These ELA Students Working Hard

    There is a lot of action in our ELA classes. Juniors are working on a research (history and ELA) project. They have the ability to use Noodletools to document their sources or paper/ pencil. Down a grade level, the sophomores are in the midst of writing their own narrative based on Golding's style (author of Lord of the Flies). Students will then publish a "book" on Book Creator - a site for free publication. Way to go and keep up the great work.

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  • Senior Swimmers Recognized

    The swim team hosted the annual senior recognition night at their home competition on Friday, January 19. The spotlight was on an amazing six seniors as they took their bows, hugged loved ones, and raced in true tradition during a “Muppet Relay.” The team has taken great pride in working each day to improve upon personal records, and it is clear that each of these seniors has led in both action and spirit. The coaches are very proud of the team’s accomplishments this season, and the turnout from parents was awesome. Kudos to seniors Corey Ingham, Brandon Krull, Julia Lodato, Calvin Nau, Katie Russell, and Sydney St. Rose-Finear.

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