Whittier students show their Jacket Pride. Bee Your Best - Multi-age day allows students to work together across grade levels to learn and have fun! Bee Your Best - Whittier Elementary students show their pride at Elementary Night. Bee Your Best - Fun & Field Day Bee Your Best - 2017 Kindergarten Graduation Whittier students visit Tawawa for Native American education with the Shelby County Historical Society.
Welcome to Whittier Elementary!

JACKET PRIDE IS COMMUNITY PRIDE

Welcome

Welcome to Whittier Elementary! 

It is the mission of Whittier Elementary School, in cooperation with the parents and community, to provide a positive learning environment which enables all children to reach their maximum potential for success both in their quest for knowledge and in understanding the world around them.

On behalf of the entire staff at Whittier Elementary and the Sidney City School District, I would like to welcome you and your children to another exciting and enriching school year. Our building is the home to over 300 students in grades kindergarten through fifth grade. 

Our goal for this site is to publicize news about the school and to enhance communication with our parents, which will ultimately benefit our students.

Keith Helmlinger
Principal

 

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Record-Breaking Year for United Way Campaign November 15, 2017 - Sidney City Schools had a record-breaking year of giving to the Shelby County United Way with a campaign total of $42,255 for the entire district. Employees of the Sidney City School District made generous gifts and pledges totaling $38,633. Students donated $891. The ... Read More
Cutberto Ramirez with Susan Barr in his new wheel chair. SMS Student Receives New Wheelchair November 7, 2017 - Sidney Middle School student Cutberto Ramirez and his father Andres received a very special surprise this morning - a brand new wheelchair! Read More
Mrs. Cheryl Clark (left) and Megan Marlow (center) attend Project STIR conference. SHS Student & Teacher Attend Project STIR Conference SHS junior Megan Marlow and her teacher and ally, Mrs. Cheryl Clark recently attended a 3-day conference, Project STIR in Columbus, Ohio. STIR stands for Steps Toward Independence and Responsibility. Project STIR is a training program to promote a successful transition to the community for students ... Read More
John Scheu receives Alumni Citation of Academic Excellence from Defiance College. Scheu Recognized as Defiance College Distinguished Alumni DEFIANCE, Ohio - Eight Defiance College alumni were recognized during homecoming festivities on Saturday, Oct. 15, for their accomplishments. The Alumni Citation for Academic Excellence were presented to Judy Small Dally, Defiance, class of 1971 and 1994; and John Scheu, Sidney, class of 1972. ... Read More
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