Walton-Verona Independent Schools would like to welcome you to our website! Get the latest district, school news, events and other information here. Click here for our Annual Notice of Non-Discrimination.


There are many different ways to get the latest information. Our hope with this page is to provide you with best news sources for the district, schools, athletics, parent groups and activities. Please refer to this page for official links to Walton-Verona ISD news and communications.

Walton-Verona Intermediate School
The Board of Education approved the Walton-Verona Intermediate School. This is just one step in the process to make this new school a reality for our children, parents, and community.

School Supply List
2023-2024 WVECC Supply List (PDF)
2023-2024 WVES Supply List (PDF) - Updated 08/14/2023
2023-2024 WVMS Supply List (PDF)
2023-2024 WVHS Supplies - Necessary items for individual classes will be communicated to students the first week of school.

2023-2024 School Calendar
Click here to see the calendar

2023-2024 Kindergarten
Registration will open for the upcoming school year in February. Please begin collecting your required documentation now and visit our Kindergarten Registration webpage for important details: Click here to view our Kindergarten Registration page.

School Doors Open

WVES doors open at 8:15 a.m.
WVMS\WVHS doors open at 7:30 a.m.

Online Registration is now available
Walton-Verona ISD has been working the Kentucky Department of Education and surrounding school districts to provide online registration. Online registration can provide a more convenient and better experience for the school community and help maintain current contact information for students and their guardians. Please visit our online registration page here.

The Quest Program
Quest is a unique opportunity for Walton Verona High School students that allows them to travel to a variety of locations within the country. This year the Quest students traveled to the San Francisco Bay Area in California. The Quest program is offered to WVHS students in December through an application process that screens their GPA, standardized test scores (ACT/MAP), and the results of a survey completed by their teachers and selected mentors. The survey results describe the students' levels of creativity and leadership skills inside and outside the classroom. After these three components are considered by the Quest Advisors, 20 students are chosen in February to study topics related to the destination and the surrounding area. After selection, the students choose topics that speak to their own interests or career goals. This year, topics and destinations included Muir Woods National Monument, a beautiful and well-preserved Redwood forest, Angel Island Immigration Station, Winchester Mystery House, and Alcatraz. The students researched their topics from February through May before giving their presentations to their teachers, peers, and community members in early June. Following the student presentations, our group traveled to the West to see the topics in real life. Click here to view their presentation.
The Mirror
The Mirror is the official print newspaper of Walton-Verona Independent Schools and is produced quarterly. This publication is proudly produced by Journalism students at Walton-Verona High School under the supervision of Mrs. Jamiee Sampson.You cann find current and archived issues here.

Infinite Campus Parent Portal Information

The Kentucky Department of Education is excited to inform you Infinite Campus has two new and improved mobile apps: Campus Student (for students) and Campus Parent (for parents). Download your free app for real-time access to grades, assignments, attendance, schedules, announcements and more.

If you do not have a Portal account, please notify your child's school or send your legal name, phone number, email address and child's name to [email protected] and we will create an account for you. For more information visit our Infinite Campus page here.

NWEA Resources for Parents
What is the NWEA Assessment? NWEA’s computerized adaptive tests are called Measure of Academic Progress, or MAP. When taking a MAP test, the difficulty of each question is based on how well a student answers all the previous questions. As the student answers correctly, questions become more difficult. If the student answers incorrectly, the questions become easier. In an optimal test, a student answers approximately half the items correctly and half incorrectly. The final score is an estimate of the student’s achievement level. For NWEA Parent Resources visit this page.

There is also a warmup or practice test you can take at home or school. Link Here.

WVISD Official Social Media Accounts
Below is a list of accounts we provide so you don't have to find them within the site. You may subscribe to each one from the feed itself.

WaltonVeronaISD (District and School Channel)

@MattBakerWV (District Superintendent)
@WVISDDPP (Director of Pupil Personnel)
@WVBearcats (Athletics)
@WVISTransport (Transportation Department)
@WaltonVeronaHS (High School)
@WVMSprincipal (Middle School)
@WVESBearcats (Elementary School)
@WVReads (WV Media Center)

Walton-Verona ISD (District)
Walton-Verona HS PTSA (High School)
Walton-Verona MS PTSA (Middle School)
Walton-Verona ES PTA (Elementary School)
Walton-Verona FRYSC (Walton and Verona)

Upcoming Events

S.T.O.P Tipline

More information about the STOP Tipline

Terroristic Threatening Notice

Staff Shouts
We know great things happen in our schools every day and are looking for your good news stories.

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