Peoria Public Schools is proposing the following starting/dismissal times as a way to align school starting times with research that indicates older students fare better with later start times -- and also to balance the transportation budget without minimizing services to students and families.
The students in the Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC) Culinary Arts program have created a special Warrior Way Cafe menu for Thursday, March 30th lunch of some down home cooking. Appetizer ~ Diner’s Choice: Creamy tomato soup with garlic croutons or our house salad with ranch. Entree: Meat loaf served with mashed potatoes and gravy and our much raved about fiesta creamed corn. Dessert: Strawberry Cheesecake. For reservations, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org by noon Tuesday. Cost for lunch, which includes an appetizer, entree, side dish and dessert is $5. Lunch is served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and is available for dine-in or carry-out. The Warrior Way Cafe is open each Thursday that school is in session.
Explore the career options offered at Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC) at the 2017 Career Expo and Hair Show, Saturday, April 1.
The Peoria Area Diversity in Employment Action Team, along with several community partners, will host the 4th Annual Women & Minority Construction Trades Career Fair on Saturday, March 4, 2017.
4th Annual 'Anteros' Archery Classic February 18, 2017 Start time 9:00 AM @ Woodruff Career & Technical Center * We have a good start to sign-ups but keep them coming! * Woodruff will again have the only District 150 Archery Team this year! * Contact Jacob Dupree or Dave Meyer for more information.
Peoria Public Schools is hosting its Second Annual Hiring Fair on Monday, December 19th at Woodruff Career & Technical Center in the Commons from 2:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Any Illinois certified teacher, December graduates pending certification, teacher aides, bus drivers, school nurses and other potential candidates are encouraged to attend. No appointment is necessary. Interviews will be offered on the spot and "intent to hire" letters may be offered. Peoria Public Schools is an urban district with 13,500 students, more than 1,000 certified staff and approximately 30 teaching vacancies. Vacancies including special education, bilingual, ELL, primary school, middle school, high school, and administrative openings! PSD150 is home to the Illinois Teacher of the Year, a growing career/technical center, International Baccalaureate Programmes, AVID programming, extensive professional development opportunities and more!
The Woodruff Career and Technical Center Salon and Barber Shop is now open! Stop in and get a manicure, pedicure haircut, waxing, facial, hairstyle or braid done for an amazing price just in time for the upcoming holidays! All work is done exclusively by students. Click below to find out when the salon and barber shop will be accepting clients!
On Tuesday, November 8, Peoria county voters will consider whether to support The Peoria County School Facilities Sales Tax. If approved by voters, the ½% sales tax would generate $9 million annually to be shared among all Peoria County public school districts, based on enrollment. The Peoria Public Schools would receive approximately $4.2 million annually. The revenue is to be used specifically for school building improvements. The Peoria Public Schools building and grounds staff has assessed the needs of each building in the District. Here is the plan for Woodruff Career and Technical Center (WCTC).