West Plains High School
Principal - Jack Randolph
 602 East Olden Street
West Plains, MO 65775
Fax  417-256-8616

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  • Kelly Dame Named 2015 West Plains Chamber of Commerce Educator of the Year

    The West Plains Chamber of Commerce recognized Kelly Dame as the 2015 Educator of the Year at the annual awards banquet on Thursday, January 22nd. The high school vocal music instructor has taught in the West Plains School District for nearly 43 years.

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  • West Plains School Board Voted to Extend Superintendent Contract

    At the regularly scheduled January board meeting, The West Plains School District Board of Education voted unanimously to extend the contract for Dr. John Mulford through June of 2018. This decision came as part of the West Plains School Board’s annual review of the superintendent. Dr. Mulford is completing his second year as superintendent helm and has received high marks from the School Board regarding his contribution to the district and the community.

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  • Sports Trivia Night

    The West Plains High School baseball team will host a sports trivia night on February 21st at 6:00 p.m. in the cafeteria. The event will include a chili dinner and silent auction. All proceeds benefit the baseball team. For more information contact Lisa Wood at slwood1995@live.com

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  • Two West Plains School District Schools Adopt Project Lead The Way (PLTW) STEM Education Program to Better Prepare Students for Jobs of the Future

    The West Plains School District announced today that it has adopted the Project Lead The Way’s (PLTW) Engineering high school program for the West Plains High School and the Project Lead The Way’s Gateway middle school program for the West Plains Middle School beginning in 2015-2016. PLTW is the nation’s leading provider of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs. West Plains School District joins more than 6,500 schools across the U.S. in offering PLTW programs to their students in grades K-12.

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