Principal's Welcome

 Steven Delp, PhD

Phone: (517) 655-2142

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Steven Delp, PhD

Welcome to Williamston High School!

Williamston High School is devoted to the development of 21st-century learners and global citizens while focusing on the physical, social, and emotional growth and support of all students.

WHS is proud to have a long tradition of academic excellence and is honored to be continuously recognized at both the state and national level for such achievement:

  1. #1 Ranked Mid-Michigan High School by the Michigan Department of Education (2017, 2018, 2019)
  2. Michigan School Data Overall Index of 98.75% (2019)
  3. Advanced Placement Honor Roll (2011, 2012, 2016, 2017)
  4. Newsweek Magazine - Top High Schools (2012, 2013, 2014)
  5. US News and World Report - Best High Schools (2008, 2015, 2019, 2020)
  6. Washington Post - Challenge Index (2011,2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017)
  7. College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award (2019)

Along with strong academics, WHS has a rich heritage of quality fine arts programs, competitive athletics, and engaging academic clubs and groups.  Students are invited and encouraged to become involved in the wide variety of extracurricular offerings available to them in order to complement their academic experiences.   

WHS believes strongly in students and parents working together with the school.  Please take time to explore this website to learn more about the programs offered as well as the policies and procedures in place at WHS.  

On behalf of the entire faculty and staff, we wish each student and family an excellent school year!

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  • Dear WHS students and families,

     
    As we continue to navigate this fluid and ever-changing time, it is important we regularly reflect on our practices to ensure we are continuously providing optimal educational experiences to our students.  In assessing when asynchronous work is posted, our teachers have quickly come to realize that the work posted on Monday mornings is not always perfectly aligned with where synchronous classes are at by the end of the week.  Although the original intent of posting all asynchronous work every Monday was to allow as much flexibility as possible for students, teachers have identified the ability to adjust their instruction midweek as a vital need with regard to providing robust synchronous sessions that align with the day's asynchronous work.  In order to adjust to this identified instructional concern, teachers now have the following two options when posting weekly asynchronous work (Teachers will communicate to their students which option they have chosen for posting their asynchronous materials):
    1. Continue to post all weekly asynchronous materials on Monday at 8:00 AM
    2. Post asynchronous work two times per week (Monday at 8:00 AM  for Monday - Wednesday asynchronous work; Thursday at 8:00 AM for Thursday - Friday asynchronous work).
    We clearly recognize the importance of daily and weekly consistency for our students and do not take making this change to routine lightly when we are several weeks into the school year.  However, in the physical classroom, teachers are encouraged to implement best practices that include daily assessments (formative and summative) of student learning and then make adjustments accordingly for the next day's class; this adjustment to when asynchronous work is posted will provide teachers with a similar opportunity in the remote learning environment that they have in the physical classroom.  
     
    Thank you for your continued support as we work to refine our online instructional practices. If you have any questions about the daily schedule or the posting of asynchronous materials, please contact the WHS main office at 517-655-2142.
     
    Sincerely,

    Steve Delp
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  • WHS News and Notes September 18, 2020

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  • TEACHER/STUDENT SUPPORT SESSIONS

    • Students may attend teacher scheduled support sessions beginning September 14
      • Students will be able to sign up for 15-minute blocks of time with a teacher.  Each teacher will have three spots available per 15-minute block.  
      • Teachers will communicate with their students as to how the meeting will take place.
      • Sign-ups will go live on Monday morning each week, and students will be able to make appointments for Tuesday and Thursday of that week only.  The following Monday, a new sign up will go live for that week’s appointments, etc.  
      • Sign up for teacher support sessions can be made at myconferencetime.com starting the Monday of each week at 6 A.M. (beginning September 14th).  Sign up will be on a first-come, first-served basis.  

     

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  • Remoting Learning Schedule-Fall 2020

    Copy of schedule will be included in the orientation packet.

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  • WHS Virtual Open House & First Day of School Information

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  • WHS 2019-2020 School Profile

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