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Announcements & More

8 days ago

WPPS SEEks input on 2020-2021 School Calendar 

The West Point School Board is beginning to prepare for next year’s school calendar.  The link below is to a short survey to gather input from a variety of WPPS stakeholder groups (students, parents, teachers, and community members).  Please take time to read the introduction to the survey which provides important background information. Your input will be very helpful in developing the 2020-2021 school-year calendar.  The survey will close on Tuesday, December 10, 2019.

Go to the School Calendar Survey to provide your input.  

WPPS wins dorothy S. mcauliffe nutrition award 

For the third year in a row, WPPS has won the Dorothy McAuliffe Nutrition Award for going "above and beyond by operating all available federal child nutrition programs and achieving exceptional participation in the school breakfast program." 

Originally launched in 2017, the award is named in honor of former First Lady of Virginia Dorothy McAuliffe, in recognition of her efforts to end childhood hunger in the Commonwealth. “Virginia has become a national model for ending childhood hunger because of the hard work and innovative approaches of this year’s School Nutrition Award recipients,” said Mrs. McAuliffe. “We’re thrilled to celebrate these school districts for their ongoing commitment to making sure students can access the meals and other resources they need to succeed.”  

See WPPS In the News for an article in the Tidewater Review

Welcome New WPPS Staff 

We are honored to have the following individuals join the WPPS team for the 2019-20 school year. 
Rebekah Bland - Foreign Language (WPHS/MS) 
Aimee Buzek - Part-time Social Worker  
Michael Cole - Math (WPHS/MS) 
Shannon Duff - School Counselor (WPHS/MS) 
Jennifer Gay - SPED (WPHS/MS) 
Kyle Hetrick - Science (WPHS/MS) 
Sue Kurfees - Part-time Art (WPES) 
Holly Lohr - CTE (WPHS/MS) 
Samuel Pittman - Transporation Coordinator/Driver/Trainer 
Janelle Spangenberg - Teacher Assistant (WPHS/MS)
Doug Stewart - English (WPHS/MS) 
Jane Winter - Clerical/Attendance Clerk (WPES)   

Congratulations to Amy Saunders for her selection as the new WPHS Assistant Principal.   

 Building Office Hours 

SBO - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

WPES - 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Monday - Friday

WPMS/WPHS - 7:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Monday - Friday

Supervision will not be available at the high and middle school prior to 7:20 am and at the elementary school until 8:15 am.   Students should not arrive prior to these times.  

Cafeteria Prices 

Don't miss out on delicious and nutritious meals available from the WPPS Food Service Team.  WPPS cafeterias now have the ability to accept credit cards to purchase items or load money on individual student accounts. Breakfast and lunch prices for the new school year are as follows: 

Student Lunch - Elementary: $2.50   Middle/High: $2.75

Adult Lunch - $3.75 

Student Breakfast - Elementary: $1.50   Middle/High: $1.75 

Adult Breakfast - Elementary: $1.80   Middle/High: $1.75 

Contact Mrs. Misty Osborne for information about Free or Reduced Meal Assistance.  

                                     NO CHILD SHOULD GO HUNGRY IN WPPS!     

WPPS YEARS of SeRvice Recognitions 

5 Years 
Jennifer Blamy, Michele Bland, Paula Burse, Tracy Crowder, Heather Drudge, Renee Johnson, Lanette McNeil, and Andrew Williams
10 Years 
Cheryl Davis, Sarah Dulaney, Mary Foster, and Bonnie Haston

15 Years
Betsy Loveland, Jane Mason and Kristin VanMegroet 

20 Years
Mary Ellen Borinski, Queen Chapman, Alison Gowers, Connie Taylor, and Elizabeth Wayland 

30 Years 
Robin Carey and Jeff Mechling 

35 Years 
Joy Blake 

WEst Point Public schools Receive Awards

West Point Public Schools, West Point Elementary, West Point Middle and West Point High School were all recognized by Governor Northam and the VA Board of Education under the Virginia Index of Performance Awards. 

Board of Education Excellence Award

West Point Public School Division


West Point Elementary  High School

Board of Education Distinguished Achievement Award

West Point Middle School 


West Point High School 

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More info and applications can be found on the Tuition Student Information link.  


West Point Public Schools has again been ranked by as one of Virginia's Top 10 school divisions. 

WPPS teachers received a rating of A+

The division was selected as the #1 Safest School Division in Virginia 

Thank you to our vsba business partners

2019 Recipients 

West Point Pharmacy 

West Point ACE Hardware

2018 Recipients

Modr's Service Center, Michael Modr

Edward Jones Investments - Robert Lawrence

2017 Recipients

Auto Spa of West Point - Lawrence Fuccella

Fulcrum Concepts - Stan Wood

State Farm - David Butler

2016 Recipients


TRC Designs 

C&F Bank 


about 1 month ago

  • #1 ranked VA school division (
  • 98% On-time Graduation Rate
  • A+ Rated Teachers by

  • $12,484 Average per pupil expenditure
  • 199 industry certifications earned by WPHS students
  • 27% of 2018 graduates earned an Associate's Degree + High School diploma
  • VMEA designated Blue Ribbon music program