Welcome to Eagle Tech Academy
Founded as a member of the New Tech Network, students at ETA find success through small-group interactions and project based learning that develop character, integrity and compassion for others. The focus at Eagle Tech Academy is on creating learning experiences for students—not just content knowledge, but skills that are critical for future success. Students at ETA experience real-world learning opportunities, facilitated by highly qualified teachers and influenced by regional businesses and community partners. A well-rounded program, students can take part in several general studies courses, as well as extracurricular and athletic activities offered at CCHS. At Eagle Tech, we are committed to a collaborative, meaningful education experiences.
Summer Meals for Your Children
This summer WCCS will provide free lunches to children for 3-weeks starting July 22, 2019, through August 9, 2019. Monday - Friday each week.
The USDA Summer Food Service Program provides nutritious meals to children age 18 and younger. These meals provide essential nutrients for active, growing kids. To participate in this program, please come to the site listed below:
Location: Mary Raber Elementary School (enter at Door #6)
Serving from 11:15a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Monday - Friday
Download the flyer.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
WCCS is pleased to offer a zero deductible, zero labor insurance policy for all Chromebooks. The insurance costs $18 for the 2018-2019 school year. WCCS has chosen Worth Ave Group as the vendor of choice to insure school issued student Chromebooks. Insurance with Worth Ave Group will protect the device against ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE, FIRE, FLOOD, NATURAL DISASTERS, POWER SURGE, VANDALISM, MECHANICAL FAILURE and MANUFACTURER DEFECTS. This insurance policy will provide full replacement cost coverage (does not include chargers or cases) and will protect the item worldwide (on and off school grounds). The policy is also transferable to a replacement unit. The policy is limited to three claims. Parents will be responsible for all costs related to incidents beyond the third claim. In the event of Theft or Vandalism, a police report from the jurisdictional Law Enforcement agency is required.