• 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


    Comments (-1)



  • Advanced Placement (AP) Scoring Event Yields Great Gains

    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

    Comments (-1)
  • First Graders Visit Post Office

    After writing friendly letters to each other, T. J. Connor first graders took a trip to the Scottsville Post Office. While they were at the Post Office, they bought stamps for their letters

    Comments (-1)
  • Kindness Rocks Delivered

    Due to the rainy weather, T. J. Connor students were not able to deliver their special kindness rocks on the scheduled date. However, buddy classrooms have been placing the rocks around Scottsville over the past two weeks.

    Comments (-1)
  • PTA Hosts Field Day at T. J. Connor

    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

    Comments (-1)
  • High School Art Show Takes Center Stage

    Students in Drawing/Painting Class, Computer Graphics, Photography and AP Studio Art displayed their artwork in the high school gym on May 30 and 31. At the awards presentation on May 30, Brianna Parker received the Senior Art Award,

    Comments (-1)
  • Planning for Social and Emotional Learning

    In our region, there is a crisis of care among school-age children struggling with social and emotional learning. As a small district we are seeing the need for behavioral reinforcement efforts that assist students in making good choices.

    Comments (-1)
  • Outstanding Senior Award

    Senior Connor Smith was recognized at the Monroe County Council of School Superintendents’ Dr. Michael C. O’Laughlin Outstanding Senior Recognition Dinner as the Outstanding Senior

    Comments (-1)
  • more

Upcoming Events

  • There are no upcoming events to display.

View Calendar
  • US News Best High Schools



Our Mission

  • 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.