Westbrook-Walnut Grove School district

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Westbrook-Walnut Grove Schools
Westbrook and Walnut Grove, Minnesota
United States
Coordinates 44°02′38″N 95°26′03″W / 44.0438°N 95.4342°W / 44.0438; -95.4342 (District office)Coordinates: 44°02′38″N 95°26′03″W / 44.0438°N 95.4342°W / 44.0438; -95.4342 (District office)
District information
Grades PreK–12
Superintendent Loy Woelber
Schools 2
District ID 2700183[1]
Students and staff
Students 469[1]
Teachers 41.25 (on FTE basis)[1]
Student-teacher ratio 11.37:1[1]
District mascot Chargers
Colors Red and Silver         
Other information
Website www.wwgschools.org

Westbrook-Walnut Grove Public School district was formed in the late 1990s when the Westbrook Wildcats and the Walnut Grove Loggers merged to become one school district. The new mascot is the Chargers.

Basic Information[edit]

  • Schools = One elementary school (K–6 grades) and one high school (7–12 grades)
  • Elementary School is in Walnut Grove and High School is in Westbrook
  • Mascot = Chargers
  • School Colors = Red and Silver
  • ISD No. = 2898


Extracurricular Teams[edit]

All of Westbrook-Walnut Grove's Sports Teams are known as the WWG Chargers. WWG's sports/academic teams include football, baseball, softball, wrestling, knowledge bowl, volleyball, and basketball. WWG also has band available for grades 5–12. Chorus is required for everyone.

School Transfer[edit]

Prior to 2009, there were grades K–4 held in each town. Grades 5–8 were held in Walnut Grove and grades 9–12 were held in Westbrook. Starting at the beginning of the 2009–2010 school year, grades K–6 were all being held in Walnut Grove and grades 7–12 were all being held in Westbrook.

School Lunches[edit]

Free and reduced-price lunches are available for families that apply and qualify. Students may choose between eating hot lunch or from the salad bar. Some of the hot lunches that they serve at WWG include spaghetti, ribs, and salisbury steak.