Parent Resources

Parent Resources

Progress Book

Your child's grades, schedules, and attendance at your fingertips with Progress Book. Get connected today.

 

Final Forms

All student information is now collected through Final Forms. No more blue cards and paper forms! 

New to Final Forms? Visit our Final Forms Information page to get started.

Already on Final Forms? Go directly to Final Forms Log-in

School Safety Hotline

The online Student Safety Reporting system and 866-listen2me (866-547-8362) phone system are for students and parents to report concerns which may affect the peace of mind of students or jeopardize the safety of people or school facilities. You can also reach out to any WCS staff member. 

For immediate/urgent concerns or emergencies please call 911.

A NEW app is available! Just search "Stay Safe. Speak Up!" in Google Play (Android) or the App store (iphone), download the app, enter our district code "Cane". That's it! Have your kids download it today.

Parent Information and Links

Attendance Hotline: Call 937-382-4669. When prompted, enter the extension for your child's school:

  • Denver 1
  • East End 2
  • Holmes 3
  • WMS 4
  • WHS 5 

Communications: Links to our district newsletter, social media channels, and more.

Fees: PaySchoolsCentral.com 

Forms and Documents

Food Service

General Enrollment

District Calendar (pdf)

Progress BookFor your child's grades, schedules, and attendance

Blackboard Connect Parent Portal

Volunteering at WCS

Wilmington 1:1 Project

 

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Attendance Matters

Know the Benefits
Know the Numbers

Know the Warning Signs and Risks

Learn more about the benefits of strong attendance on your child's education. It's important to talk with your child about those benefits, as well as the negative impact that chronic absence can have on their education and future success. 

 

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College and Career Planning

Students and Parents: Visit our WHS Counseling Center online for helpful information on both career and college planning. 

WHS Counseling Center Website

Community Members: Take advantage of free programs at Southern State's Adult Opportunity Center. They provide assistance with basic reading and literacy skills, GED preparation, and college readiness in math and English.*

Southern State Adult Opportunity Center or call 800-628-7722, ext 2687

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Family Assistance

If your family needs assistance with housing, food/clothing, medical care, counseling, and more please see the public resources below.*

Clinton County Resource Guide (pdf)

Cl. Co. Family & Children First Council

   1025 S. South St., Suite 400
   Wilmington, OH 45177
   Phone: 937-382-5726, ext 1423

Drug Abuse Prevention

If you are looking for resources on how to talk to your children about the dangers of using and abusing drugs, alcohol, and/or prescription medications, we have a place for you to start.  For conversation starters, prevention tips, warning signs, and a comprehensive drug guide visit Ohio's Start Talking website.

(Please see additional resources at the bottom of this page for more assistance with substance abuse issues)

Helping children cope with loss

As administrators, teachers, counselors, and parents, we often struggle to find the right words to help children understand death, when we ourselves don’t have all of the answers.  If you are looking for ways to talk with your child about a death or tragedy, we encourage you to read our resource document Suggestions for Parents When Responding to a Death.  

Suicide Prevention Resources

We encourage you to join us in being vigilant, as we help our students cope with the recent death of a fellow student; watch for signs of depression, learn about the risk factors and warning signs for suicide, read and share stories of hope and recovery, and let our students know that if they are struggling, there is help and there is hope. 

Learn about the risk factors and warning signs from the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention

Read Stories of hope and recovery from the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Youth: How to Take Care of Yourself - from suicidepreventionlifeline.org

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255),

Contact the Crisis Text Line by texting 4HOPE to 741741, or

Go to https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/ for information or to chat online with a professional.

Mental Health Recovery Services of Warren and Clinton County has an extensive list of resources available.

For additional local resources, please see the Community Resources at the bottom of this page. 

 

Community Services

There are a number of private companies that provide information and assistance with substance abuse, physical abuse/assault, and mental health issues.  We have included their information for your convenience.*

*The links in this area will let you leave the District's website. The linked sites are not under the control of the District and the District is not responsible for the contents of any linked sites, or any links contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such sites. The District is providing these links to you only as a convenience and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the site by the District.

Student Insurance

Student accident insurance is available through Guarantee Trust Life. Please see the following information for plan options, details, and forms.