We invite you to join us for one or more of the following theatre productions this Spring!
Kindergarten registration opens January 1 for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
Kindergarten enrollment process is as follows for Matoska Int'l:
1st priority - siblings to families already attending Matoska
2nd priority - families within the WBL School District
3rd priority - families living outside of the school district boundaries (open enrolled)
Open enrolled students will go on a wait list and be enrolled on a first come first serve basis starting in April. Call the Districts registration office at 651-407-7674 to go on the wait list.
We are sorry to report that our district continues to be one of many who are experiencing a service outage of FeePay (our online payment provider). We will provide email updates to families as we work through the issues with the FeePay online payment system.
The district is currently accepting kindergarten enrollments for the 2020-21 school year. Find additional information at www.isd624.org/kindergarten.
Community members are invited to stop by and chat with Superintendent Dr. Wayne Kazmierczak (Dr. K) over a cup of coffee at the Downtown White Bear Lake Caribou Coffee throughout the 2019-20 school year.
Some changes in the registration systems will impact how families and community members pay for meals, fees, and activities (through FeePay) and/or register for Community Education programs (through Eleyo).
If you’re looking to enjoy ice skating this winter, check out the opportunities available throughout the district.
Voters in the White Bear Lake Area School District approved a $326 million building bond request to address building needs across the district by a margin of 57.4% yes to 42.6% no (unofficial results: 8,536 yes votes, 6,336 no votes).
Community organizations have formally endorsed the bond referendum, including the White Bear Lake Economic Development Corporation, Hugo City Council, Vadnais Heights Economic Development Corporation and White Bear Area Chamber of Commerce.
Families have the ability to opt in to text message notifications that will be shared (to those who opt in) when school and district messages are sent regarding emergency closings, attendance and nutrition services notices, general upcoming events, and other important announcements from the district or school. Learn more.
Providing families with a reminder of emergency school closing notification information.