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 For students in kindergarten through seventh grade in the current 2023-24 school year

Kindergarten Roundup Save-the-Date

Kindergarten Roundup Online Enrollment begins March 18th!

WLCSC's February Edition of The Red Devil Pen is out!

Take a look at what's been going on across the corporation in February's edition of The Red Devil Pen!  

Mr. Levy Honored at Golden Apple Awards

Tuesday, February 27th was the Golden Apple Awards night where WLJSHS's Mr. Levy was honored as a Golden Apple recipient. We are so proud to have him on our WLCSC team! Thank you for all you do for our students!

WLCSC is Hiring Paraprofessionals

Are you, or someone you know, interested in joining the WLCSC team? We're looking for paraprofessionals! Scan the QR code or click on the flyer and apply today!

Westside Robotics Advances

Westside Robotics was in Greenwood today competing in the First Tech Challenge regional qualifying tournament for the state robotics competition. Four teams (Red, Gold, Gray, and Black) worked to build a robot and write a program in preparation for the event. This morning they presented their design and process to a panel of judges, demonstrating their ability to work as a team. During the competition they executed an autonomous program, then drove the robot to grab tile "pixels" to build a mosaic, then fired a paper airplane or "drone" outside of the arena, and finally suspended the robot from a bar over the field - all in 2 minutes and 30 second! We are proud of these students for their technical skills, dedication, and sportsmanship. Thank you to their coaches and mentors for their leadership. In the end, the WL Black and WL Gold combo won the competition!  

Welcome to the Neighborhood, Mr. Rodgers!

Mr. Chad Rodgers was approved as the upcoming West Lafayette Junior-Senior High School Principal. We look forward to him joining our Red Devil team for the 2024-2025 school year. He's eager to become a part of our RDP!

WLCSC MathCounts Advances to State Competition

West Lafayette Junior High and West Lafayette Intermediate competed at their Chapter MathCounts Competition on Saturday, February 10th. The Junior High placed first and the Intermediate placed 2nd in this 6,7,8 grade competition. Out of the top 20 students, 18 of them were from West Lafayette! Congratulations! Next, they will compete at the state competition in March. 

February 2024 Thankful Thursday

WLCSC is grateful every day for our school resource officers! Today, we honor them for their commitment to the safety of our students and staff. Thank you!

The Red Devil Pen

January has been a busy month for WLCSC! Check out what's been going on by reading the latest edition of The Red Devil Pen!  

No Textbook or Course Fees for 2023-24

Due to a recent legislative change, and beginning with the 2023-2024 school year, West Lafayette Community Schools will no longer be charging our families textbook and course fees.

We wanted to let you know this news as the summer is ending and you are preparing for the upcoming school year. 

Referendum Update


The West Lafayette Community School Corporation school board approved ballot language during its July 10 meeting to renew an operating levy to attract and retain teachers and staff, and fund academic programming and operating expenditures.  No tax increase is proposed with this operating levy renewal.

West Lafayette is recognized as one of the best public school districts in Indiana and the country.  West Lafayette is ranked as the #1 public school among 291 in Indiana and #8 of 10,751 in the US, as reported by Niche rating.  The corporation is ranked #4 in the state; 341 nationally by US News & World Report.

Superintendent, Dr. Shawn Greiner expressed gratitude to the community for its past support of the school corporation, noting "Voters have approved operating levy referenda in 2010 and 2017 by 65.5% and 94.3% respectively.  We are grateful for the confidence voters have placed in the school corporation and for the ability to continue important staffing and programming levels that support our goal of excellence in education."

The referendum, which makes up 18% of the district's revenue, collects 37 cents per $100 of assessed property value.  If voters approve the question on the November 7 ballot, property taxes would stay the same as they are today.  The school corporation receives the third lowest amount of total per-pupil funding from the State among all Indiana districts (IDOE, 2021-2022).

The school corporation is committed to sharing factual information about the referendum, its impact on student learning, and its impact on the community.  Community meetings will be held to discuss the needs and referendum, information will be posted on the school corporation's website, and will be shared on social media and through other media platforms.  Anyone with questions is encouraged to contact Dr. Shawn Greiner, superintendent, at (765-642-1602, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). 

Reference:  Website Referendum Information 2023-24