WASD
The WASD 2022-2023 Online Registration is Open! Visit www.wautomasd.org and Click the Registration Button on the home page.
about 20 hours ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
Click for more information: https://bit.ly/3HZSUGz
4 days ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
School Lunch Information for the 22-23 School Year
5 days ago, WASD
WASD
The WASD 2022-2023 Online Registration is Open! Visit www.wautomasd.org and Click the Registration Button on the home page.
6 days ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Mrs. Meek’s 1st hour biking courses has been working very hard to increase their speed and duration. Today they bike 8.66 miles at a 12.7 mph pace! Way to go!
7 days ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Camp Parkside's Duct Tape Mania class created some amazing projects over the last few weeks!
7 days ago, Alison Kintigh
Kendra Knutson
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7 days ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
School Lunch Information for the 22-23 School Year
8 days ago, WASD
WASD
School Lunch Information for the 22-23 School Year
15 days ago, WASD
WASD
Earlier today, the Camp Parkside students enrolled in the Outdoor Wisconsin Class took a field trip to Flyte Family Strawberry Farm.
16 days ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District will be offering free meals through the USDA Summer Food Program during Camp Parkside! Parkside School 300 16th Ave Wautoma, WI Meals served from June 6 - July 1 (M-F) Meal times are as follows: Breakfast: 7:45- 8:20 Lunch: 11:30 -12:40 All children 18 years of age and under are eligible to receive free meals. No need to sign up, apply for the program or participate in the summer school program at Camp Parkside. Just show up at meal time. Meals must be eaten in the cafeteria and be 18 years of age or younger. Contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-7112 ext. 1011 Comida Gratis durante el Verano! Escuela Parkside 300 16th Ave Wautoma, WI Junio 6 – Julio 1 (Lunes-Viernes) Almuerzo 7:45-8:20 Comida 11:30-12:40 Tendrá que comer dentro de la escuela en la cafetería. Los beneficios son para personas menores de 18 años Contacte a : Tami Stansbury 920-7112 ext. 1011
16 days ago, WASD
WASD
PLEASE BE ADVISED: Local law enforcement agencies will be hosting tactical training at Redgranite Elementary School today (June 16th).
20 days ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to Bri Handel and Ava Stahl for earning All-State honors in softball. Bri earned 1st Team Pitcher this year and Ava was named 2nd Team Infielder. Bri leaves the program as a 3-time All-State athlete.
21 days ago, WASD
WASD
PLEASE BE ADVISED: Local law enforcement agencies will be hosting tactical training at Redgranite Elementary School today (June 14th) and Thursday (June 16th).
22 days ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District will be offering free meals through the USDA Summer Food Program during Camp Parkside! Parkside School 300 16th Ave Wautoma, WI Meals served from June 6 - July 1 (M-F) Meal times are as follows: Breakfast: 7:45- 8:20 Lunch: 11:30 -12:40 All children 18 years of age and under are eligible to receive free meals. No need to sign up, apply for the program or participate in the summer school program at Camp Parkside. Just show up at meal time. Meals must be eaten in the cafeteria and be 18 years of age or younger. Contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-7112 ext. 1011 Comida Gratis durante el Verano! Escuela Parkside 300 16th Ave Wautoma, WI Junio 6 – Julio 1 (Lunes-Viernes) Almuerzo 7:45-8:20 Comida 11:30-12:40 Tendrá que comer dentro de la escuela en la cafetería. Los beneficios son para personas menores de 18 años Contacte a : Tami Stansbury 920-7112 ext. 1011
23 days ago, WASD
WASD
For anyone who plans to attend the WIAA State Softball Tournament tomorrow, you must purchase your tickets online and redeem them on a mobile device for entry. To purchase tickets, visit https://gofan.co/app/school/WIAAWI?activity=Softball
26 days ago, WASD
WASD
For anyone who plans to attend the WIAA State Softball Tournament on Friday and Saturday, you must purchase your tickets online and redeem them on a mobile device for entry. To purchase tickets, visit https://gofan.co/app/school/WIAAWI?activity=Softball
28 days ago, WASD
WASD
Come and check out the Waushara County Community Safety Day being held today!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Mrs. Barker and Mrs. Pietkauskis's class took on the Classroom Book a Day Challenge this year! They read at least one book every single day for the entire year! At the end of each week they voted on which book they liked the best. At the end of each month, they voted which book they liked the best from their weekly winners. Today each class took their monthly winners and voted for the best book of the year! The winner in Mrs. Barker's class was Barnacle is Bored by Jonathan Fenske and the winner in Mrs. Pietkauskis's class was The Book With No Pictures by B.J. Novak.
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District will be offering free meals through the USDA Summer Food Program during Camp Parkside! Parkside School 300 16th Ave Wautoma, WI Meals served from June 6 - July 1 (M-F) Meal times are as follows: Breakfast: 7:45- 8:20 Lunch: 11:30 -12:40 All children 18 years of age and under are eligible to receive free meals. No need to sign up, apply for the program or participate in the summer school program at Camp Parkside. Just show up at meal time. Meals must be eaten in the cafeteria and be 18 years of age or younger. Contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-7112 ext. 1011 Comida Gratis durante el Verano! Escuela Parkside 300 16th Ave Wautoma, WI Junio 6 – Julio 1 (Lunes-Viernes) Almuerzo 7:45-8:20 Comida 11:30-12:40 Tendrá que comer dentro de la escuela en la cafetería. Los beneficios son para personas menores de 18 años Contacte a : Tami Stansbury 920-7112 ext. 1011
about 1 month ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Mark your calendars for the upcoming youth track meet!
about 1 month ago, Marsha Walejko
Kendra Knutson
The students enjoyed face painting and the great weather at the Riverview A+ outdoor family event in May.
about 1 month ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
Don't Forget! Waushara County Community Safety Day will be held this Saturday!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to the Class of 2022 Top 10 Seniors! Pictured are: Hoyt Keller, Alexis Drager, Megan Kelly, Danielle Ollendorf, Owen Mulvey, Teagan Reitz, Koreena Roder, Hayley Moore, Jalyn Piechowski and Gabriel Ascher.
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
ATTENTION 1st-8th Grade Parents: The 2022 Youth Volleyball Camp Brochures are being delivered to Redgranite, Riverview, and Parkeside offices today. Make sure to stop in and grab one! Camp is open to any child entering 1st-8th grade this upcoming school year. Camp registration includes a week of instruction given by the WHS Varsity Volleyball team and a t-shirt. Registration will close June 22nd. Any questions contact Coach Phillips phillipst@wautoma.k12.wi.us
about 1 month ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside students met their 3500 Hornet Report Goal this year! The students voted at the beginning of the year to set their school wide goals. 3500 was their top tier to have Mrs. Kintigh and the tech ninjas dress as Gru and Minions.
about 1 month ago, Alison Kintigh
Marsha Walejko
The WHS Jazz Band performed at both lunches today to celebrate the senior's last day. Congratulations, class of 2022! You will be missed.
about 1 month ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The last official day of testing at the WASD COVID-19 Testing Site will be tomorrow, Thursday, May 26th.
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to the following athletes for advancing to the sectional track meet in Little Chute on Thursday: Laney Panich- 200 Meter Dash Madylyn Woyak- 400 Meter Dash Isybela Woyak- 100 Meter Hurdles Congratulations!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Mark Your Calendars! Waushara County Community Safety Day will be held on Saturday, June 4th!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
The last official day of testing at the WASD COVID-19 Testing Site will be this Thursday, May 26th.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
Students in the A+ After School Program at Parkside made stained glass chalk art last week using chalk they made themselves!
about 1 month ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
Congratulations Logan Dunn on being named PBR Wisconsin Player of the Week! Check out the article here: https://bit.ly/3NojU3Y.
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Is your child 11 – 18 years old and interested in exploring the medical field? This may be the perfect summer camp! This Medical Assistant camp is being offered on Wednesday, June 22nd, from 8:30 – 12:00 (noon) at the FVTC - Wautoma Regional Center. Cost is $40, which includes a camp T-shirt to take home. Register online at www.fvtc.edu/community/techknowledge-college-summer-camps For more information, contact Jennifer Fuerst-Van Thiel at fuerst@fvtc.edu or call 920-560-1439. Have a safe and happy summer, Wautoma Area Families!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma High School Spanish Honor Society is hosting a donation drive for toiletries to be put in outreach bags for local migrant workers through May 22nd. All donations can be dropped off at Wautoma High School. There will be a box by the office. The SHH appreciates your help!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Mark Your Calendars! Waushara County Community Safety Day will be held on Saturday, June 4th!
about 1 month ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside School is having Buy One Get One Free Scholastic Book Fair this week May 16th-20th! The Book Fair will be open 7:45-3:30 Monday- Friday, and 5:30-7:30 Monday Night and Thursday Night. You can also set up e-wallet's for your child to shop the fair using this link: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/parksideschool
about 1 month ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District COVID-19 Testing Site will be closed tomorrow, May 12th, but will be open on Friday from 9 to 11 AM.
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Don't forget to swing by Wautoma High School today and tomorrow to check out the annual WASD Art Show. Pieces from students and staff members throughout the District will be featured in the Center Gymnasium. The Art Show will be open to the public today from 4-7 PM and tomorrow from 3:30-5:30 PM. We hope to see you there!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Menu change for Parkside on Wednesday, May 11, 2022. The electrical contacts for the wall of the steam jack kettle, steam oven and convection oven were blown out from the power surge this afternoon. The electrician ordered parts that will be in sometime tomorrow afternoon. It will be fixed at that time. Lunch menu for Wednesday, May 11th: PB&J sandwich Chips Romaine salad Fresh cauliflower Fresh green pepper slices Strawberry cup Pears Sorry for the inconvenience!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
This year, 4th and 5th grade students at Redgranite Elementary School were part of the inaugural Student Council. The members mission was to spread kindness throughout the school and the community. Yesterday, the Student Council members enjoyed a smoothie at Sunshine Coffee in Redgranite. We figured since they helped spread sunshine throughout the community, we would put a little sunshine in their lives. Student Council members would like you to remember, "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma High School Spanish Honor Society is hosting a donation drive for toiletries to be put in outreach bags for local migrant workers through May 22nd. All donations can be dropped off at Wautoma High School. There will be a box by the office. The SHH appreciates your help!
about 1 month ago, WASD
WASD
Last week at "Campin' at Riverview Family Night", one of the stations allowed students to use their estimation skills and guess how many objects were in each jar. Mrs. Barker did an amazing job of counting each object and then checking all the student guesses. Congratulations to our Estimation Jar winners! These students estimated closest to the actual number of items in each jar.
2 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS Student of the Month: Victoria Pierotti Victoria has been a solid photography student this last semester. As a senior in Photography 1 she demonstrates a quiet, but unflinching leadership in a classroom with many sophomores and juniors. She is always up-to-date with assignments. Her work is extremely high quality and she contributes some valuable information to critical discussions with her classmates. Victoria recently had the wonderful opportunity to represent Wautoma High School at the annual South Central Conference Art Show. She submitted a large-scale and close-up detailed photo to the show. After the conference judges observed all the work, Victoria’s photograph earned the first place award. Her photography has been featured in the Waushara Argus. It will be published in the upcoming South Central Conference high school writers “Musings” annual magazine and will appear on the Wisconsin Visual Artists website. Victoria is a great student to have in class. Her visual arts talents are amazing and her presence is a valuable asset to the rest of her fellow photo students. Victoria is currently in Spanish III. She works hard and has shown great growth in the language. Victoria comes to class daily with a positive attitude. She works well with her peers. I look forward to watching her grow more as she attends UWSP in the fall.
2 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The Wautoma High School Spanish Honor Society is hosting a donation drive for toiletries to be put in outreach bags for local migrant workers. The donation drive starts today and will go until May 22nd. All donations can be dropped off at Wautoma High School. There will be a box by the office. The SHH appreciates your help!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
This week the second and third grade students from Redgranite Elementary enjoyed a fun-filled day at the YMCA in Oshkosh. The students participated in ice skating, soccer and basketball. Everyone had a blast!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Mrs. Michalski's 3rd graders made lava lamps for Experiment Day on the ABC countdown.
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma High School Spanish Honor Society will be holding a donation drive for toiletries to be put in outreach bags for local migrant workers. The donation drive will start on May 5th and end May 22nd. All donations can be dropped off at Wautoma High School. There will be a box by the office. The SHH appreciates your help!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to Riverview's Literacy Students of the Month! Keep reading!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Friday, May 6 is School Lunch Hero Day! Please help show your apprecation to these School Lunch Professtionals that make tasty nutritious meals and keep the students bellies full during the school day!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Friday, May 6 is School Lunch Hero Day! Please help show your apprecation to these School Lunch Professtionals that make tasty nutritious meals and keep the students bellies full during the school day!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Last night, Wautoma High School Seniors Alexis Dreger and Hayley Moore were recognized for their hard work and dedication on their two year Youth Apprenticeship completions. Alexis completed her Youth Apprenticeship in Manufacturing and Hayley finished hers in Marketing.
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2022! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3L60foF
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for an exciting career in the medical field? Thinking of marking a career change? Come to the FVTC-Wautoma to earn your Medical Assistant Technical Diploma (32 credits)! A Medical Assistant is an in-demand member of the healthcare teams who support clinic/facility patients and fellow staff members. Onside classes start August 23, 2022. See image for specific course information or visit https://bit.ly/36SskRx for more information about the program and to apply.
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts tomorrow! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2022! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3L60foF
2 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside 5th graders have been working on making plaster masks which will later be painted and have other 3D elements added to them.
2 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts this Thursday, April 28th! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Miss Schmidt's class has been working on poetry this week. Check out some of the Acrostic Poems they created!
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2022! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3L60foF
2 months ago, WASD
WASD
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts on Thursday, April 28th, 2022! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
3 months ago, WASD
WASD
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts on Thursday, April 28th, 2022! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
3 months ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
Riverview A+ After School Program students have been visiting Living Anew Farm this school year to work with horses to develop a variety of skills including leadership, team work and communication.
3 months ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
On Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 16 students from Wautoma High School (four from each grade level) attended the SCC Math Team Competition, with the other schools in our conference, at Westfield High School. Students participated in an individual written test as well as a team test. Level 1 (9th/10th graders) silver awards were awarded to Landon Keller, Laney Panich, and Lyvia Weiss. Level 2 (11th/12th graders) silver awards were awarded to Michael Medina, David Miller, and Dylan Kubasta Overall, Level 1 tied for 2nd place in the conference with Nekoosa, and Level 2 ranked 4th place in conference. The Wautoma students overall (both levels combined) ranked 3rd in conference, receiving 510 points. Pictured are: (front row): Michael Medina, Hayley Moore, Lyvia Weiss, Addison DeMars, Alayna Panich, Ava Butt, Olivia Eckert-Cieslik, Dylan Kubasta, Gabriel Ascher; (back row): Neven Meyer, Dario Vasquez, Landon Keller, Peter Idsvoog, Christian Weiss, David Miller, Tyler McAdoo, Advisor David Urness.
3 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Congratulations to Redgranite Elementary's March Student of the Month: This student possesses outstanding character. She truly embodies all of the character traits and is a leader in our classroom and in our school. Over the past month our school has been focusing on the character trait integrity. This student shows integrity every single day. She is honest and truthful with adults and peers, I can always count on her to do the right thing (even when it is hard), and she goes above and beyond to be a helper in our classroom. When she notices something out of place, she will put it where it goes without any prompting from an adult. When someone is misbehaving, she will use kind words to remind the classmate of the expectations. This student also loves school. She enjoys playing with her classmates and often is the one creating the elaborate play scenarios. This student also loves to learn, when it is time to settle down she is the first one on her learning spot with her body ready to learn. She is often the first one with her hand raised to ask and answer questions while we are learning. During sharing time, this student displays wonderful listening skills. She listens attentively and respectfully to each of her classmates and asks relevant questions to learn more. I am very excited to see the progress this student makes in all of her future years of school. She is off to a WONDERFUL start. It is for all of these reasons, and many more, that I would like to nominate Kaylee Sheller for Redgranite’s Student of the Month. Also, congratulations to the following Redgranite Elementary Integrity Character Trait Awards Winners: Cody Griffin, Ebony Boening (not pictured), Nevaeh Higgins, Ryker Withall, and Connor Hoople.
3 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Elementary staff and students would like to give a big THANK YOU to Deputy Wenzel and Deputy Thor for their visit this week. Students respectfully listened to Deputy Wenzel explain about what he and his K-9 partner Deputy Thor do day to day. They asked thoughtful and respectful questions and listened attentively, raised their hands, and waited to be called on before asking their questions. Deputy Wenzel also brought Thor around for students to pet. Thank you again, Deputy Wenzel and Deputy Thor for your visit, it was paws-itively wonderful!
3 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed today. Regular testing dates and hours will resume on Monday, April 11th.
3 months ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
March activities at the Parkside A+ After School Program had students busy teaching, learning and helping in the community! A family night sock hop got families moving and learning about the 50's!
3 months ago, Kendra Knutson
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to Landon Keller, WHS Student of the Month for March 2022. It is an honor to nominate Landon Keller for March student of the month. In the classroom Landon is a leader, dependable team member and always has a positive attitude. It never fails that Landon has a smile on his face when he walks into the class, his energy lights up the classroom. When working with peers in the classroom, Landon is determined to work through any problem and help his team members to achieve success. As a coach in the high school, I have always been impressed with Landon’s effort on the court and off the court as well. This summer I asked Landon for his assistance taking admission to girl’s summer league, and he willingly came in and helped us out when we needed it - that’s the kind of team player Landon is. In Chemistry Landon has regularly shown the ability to use creative problem-solving skills. He not only devises unique strategies, but he can also articulate why his method for tackling the problem will work well. Additionally, Landon can often be seen helping his peers in class.
3 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
In Miss H's third-grade class, we spent the month of March improving our multiplication skills. We made a "March Madness Multiplication" bracket where the kids went against each other to see who would be the winner of the class. Miss H's class went against each other until we had a final winner, as well as Mrs. Michalski's class. The end winners from each class went against each other for the final championship. Katelyn and Maya were our winners from each class. Katelyn was our final winner! We talked about how everyone is a winner in our class!
3 months ago, WASD
WASD
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed on Friday, April 8th. Regular testing dates and hours will resume on Monday, April 11th.
3 months ago, WASD
WASD
On Tuesday Mrs. Walbrun's Math classes had a lot of fun practicing finding area and perimeter using Cheez It's. Not only did they get in a lot of practice and learning, but they of course enjoyed getting to eat them when done making arrays with them.
3 months ago, WASD
WASD
The 15th and Final Heroes Musicales benefitting the American Red Cross will be held in-person and virtually this year. Click for more information or to donate: https://musicales.givesmart.com
3 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Last week Redgranite 5th graders took to the ice to learn more about the sport of curling. They would like to extend a giant 'Thank You' to the volunteers and members of the Appleton Curling Club for teaching them about the sport and restraining their laughs when their feet were no longer on the ice, but in the air. The kids did an awesome job staying positive and encouraging each other while they were all taking a risk and trying something new and challenging.
3 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Third grade students in Redgranite would like to send a heartfelt thank you to all of the students, staff, and community members who donated to the 12th Annual Pajama Drive. The students were able to collect exactly 200 sets of pajamas and they also collected $690.78 to purchase additional sets of pajamas. The children are well on their way to surpassing their goal of collecting 200 sets! Thank you to everyone for your generosity and kindness. We appreciate you!
3 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Congratulations…Parkside FBLA who as a chapter placed second overall at the state leadership conference. Special Congratulations to Brynee Vaughan, Addie Kirn, Ryan Young, Chris Calderon, Valeria Barcenas, and Kesley Moore who all placed 1st in their events!
3 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
First graders participate in "WIN" (What I Need) time each day where they work in small groups to target the exact skills that they have shown to need more practice and/or enrichment
3 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Please note that the WHS spring play weekend performances of "The Importance of Being Earnest" have been canceled.
3 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Congratulations Riverview Literacy Student of the Month!!
3 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Second graders at Redgranite Elementary School are learning about living organisms. Tuesday they each got 2 of their own meal worms to observe and study. They learned that all living organisms need space, air, water, and food. Ask your 2nd grader what they named their meal worms.
3 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Don't Forget to attend Parkside's Choral Department performance of "Guys and Dolls" this Thursday and Friday at the PAC.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The annual 4K Art Show will be held at Dairy Queen in Wautoma tomorrow from 5-7 p.m.! If you aren't able to attend, feel free to stop by all week to check out the artwork!
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
Check out Frank's Tribute and the Allstar Band coming to Wautoma PAC on April 3! For more information, visit https://mccombbruchspac.com/schedule/10521/.
4 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
This student is a great role model. She truly possesses all of the following character traits: responsibility, respect, empathy, determination, leadership, integrity, and cooperation. During the month of February, Redgranite Elementary School was celebrating the character trait leadership. This student is constantly showing me what a great leader she is inside and outside the classroom. She is always quick to show 5, she immediately offers to help other students, she encourages others to do their best and to do the right thing, and she is always following expectations and directions without being reminded. As the year progresses, this student continues to exceed my expectations. I am excited to see this student continue to grow as an outstanding leader and role model at Redgranite Elementary. It is with great pleasure that I nominate Kylie Henze for Redgranite Elementary’s student of the month. Leadership character trait award winners: K- Adelise Florez (not pictured), 1- Marley Ostertag, 2nd- Gracie Mandeik, 3rd- Ryker Withall, 4th- Wylee Woyak, 5th- Brooke Freeland
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Girl Scout Proud! Today students showed off their Girl Scout pride by wearing their uniforms to school! Great job showing your leadership and positive force in our community! If you have a child who would like to join Girl Scouts, please email jhostettler@gsnwgl.org for more information.
4 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite 5th grade and Kindergarten buddies were at it again! This week they were feeling all the 'Luck of the Irish' while creating some mischievous (and colorful) leprechauns.
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Students at Redgranite Elementary would like to thank everyone for the generous donations this week to the Pajama Drive. There is still time to donate! Physical and monetary donations will be collected until March 25th. Drop off locations are located in the office of each school in the Wautoma Area School District.
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Second graders at Redgranite Elementary learned that they can describe liquids by their properties. Liquids can be transparent, translucent, viscous, bubbly, foamy, and have color.
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Mrs. Hopfensperger’s Kindergarten Class, along with the rest of Riverview Kindergarten and four-year-old Kindergarten, would like to thank Mrs. Pat Miller for making shamrocks to help us celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Pat Miller was a first grade teacher at Riverview Elementary School.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The annual 4K Art Show will be held at Dairy Queen in Wautoma on Tuesday, March 22, from 5-7 p.m.! If you aren't able to attend on Tuesday, feel free to stop by all week to check out the artwork!
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
Save the Date: Parkside's Choral Department will be presenting "Guys and Dolls" next Thursday and Friday at the PAC.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
Check out more information on theTractor Safety Course being held at the FVTC Wautoma Regional Center.
4 months ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
Mary Ann (UW-Madison Division of Extension, Waushara County) partnered with Redgranite A+ to offer a financial literacy program "Dollars During Development" for kindergarten & first grade students. They read stories about financial concepts and completed related hands on activities. Mary Ann also offered Girl Power for 3rd-5th grade girls, a program to develop self-esteem through group activities and discussion.
4 months ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
Last week students made Fraction Strips in Mrs. Hendrickson’s 4th grade math class. Students were able to visualize equal parts of a whole with this fun hands-on activity.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
It's time to think about the 2022-2023 school year! Children who will be age 4 on or before September 1, 2022, qualify for enrollment into the Wautoma Area School District’s 4-year-old Kindergarten Program. Those who are interested in enrolling their child for the fall, please fill out the WASD Pre-K Questionnaire and associated Ages and Stages Google Form available by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/3rZK8SB.
4 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The WHS Music, Art, Spanish, and Physical Education Departments would like to nominate Deakin Buchkowski for student of the month. Deakin has proven to be an exceptional student in his instrumental music classes this year. In both jazz ensemble and concert band he leads the students around him with his positive attitude and confidence. In classes he encourages everyone to play loud and many students have identified Deakin as being a leader in the band, someone they look up to, and someone who inspires them to be brave in their own playing. When faced with difficult solos and challenging parts Deakin approaches his music systematically. He breaks it down to small sections and learns it section by section. He has a growth mindset and knows that if he follows his process he will be successful. Deakin is also a student who goes above what is required of him. Recently he was spotted finishing up Beowulf (reading beyond the section required of the class) simply because he doesn’t like to leave a book unfinished. Deakin has also shown a great deal of motivation in athletic development this year; even on days he does not necessarily care for the skills being expected of him. He has also developed into a strong leader for his peers. Deakin is frequently heard reminding his peers to clean up their lifting areas, along with holding them accountable in terms of work ethic. Deakin’s ability to be upfront with his peers is notable, as most would shy away from this in fear of being responded to negatively. His constant willingness to help move equipment before and after class is greatly appreciated as it leaves transition times less chaotic. Deakin is willing to meet challenges, motivate and lead peers, and go beyond what is expected of him. For all of these reasons we feel he would be well deserving of student of the month.
4 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
2nd grade students at Redgranite Elementary School became engineers and used what they knew about the properties of solid materials to build towers and bridges. Their creations were very creative!
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed the week of Spring Break: March 7th-11th. Regular testing dates and hours will resume on March 14th.
4 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
On 2/23/22, 2nd grade students at Redgranite Elementary School took a take 2 and celebrated TWOSday. They did fun activities that included twos, pairs, and doubles. They also celebrated by wearing a shirt that said, "I'm a 2nd grader on Twosday 2/22/22.
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Students at Redgranite Elementary School will be kicking off the 12th Annual Pajama Drive. New and unused pajama donations will be collected at all schools in the Wautoma Area School District. Please drop off donations at the front office of each building. The Pajama Drive will run from March 14th to March 25th. This year, we are hoping to collect more than 200 sets of pajamas to help families in need in Waushara County. Over the past 11 years this community service project has been successful because of generous people like you. Thank you in advance for your support.
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Marsha Walejko
Good luck to WHS Forensics participants Kylie Kline, Madylyn Woyak, Owen Mulvey, Teighan Fancher, and Alyssa Szymanski who are competing at the district-level Forensics meet at SPASH this weekend for a chance to go to state.
4 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
WHS students enrolled in Ms. Wheaton's Advanced Engineering and Technology class recently studied optics technology. CorelDraw software was used to design the acrylic piece, and then students used the Epilog laser engraver/cutter to engrave the design and cut out the acrylic. A variety of tools was used to engineer a base that holds both the acrylic plate and lights. The projects are currently on display in the WHS Library.
4 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed the week of Spring Break: March 7th-11th. Regular testing dates and hours will resume on March 14th.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Hoopers had their final practice at Riverview this morning and had a great time learning from their coaches! Thank you, Coach Panich and the members of the Wautoma High School Girls and Boys Teams for teaching the future Hornet players over the past few weeks!
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
We can't wait to see all the amazing outfits this next week as our district celebrates Reading Across America!
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to Riverview's Literacy Students of the Month! Keep reading and writing!
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
Due to food shortages, Riverview and Redgranite will serve sloppy joes for lunch on Monday, February 28, instead of hamburger/cheeseburgers. The rest of the menu will remain the same.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
Wautoma High School is seeking a night custodian to start in March. Applications can be found by visiting www.wautomasd.org, under Menu, Employment/Volunteers. For more information or a job description, call 920.787.7112. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District offers a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
4 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS junior Ava Butt and senior Casey Wedde for qualifying for the state bowling tournament, which takes place on March 4. Good luck, Ava and Casey!
4 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
WHS junior Ava Butt presented to her Pre-Calculus class an informative speech about her recent week with the Senate Scholar Program. Ava was one of 33 students in the state selected to participate in this program.
4 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The Huntertones are coming to the Wautoma PAC on March 12th! For more information, visit https://mccombbruchspac.com/schedule/huntertones/
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District will be closed today, February 22nd, due to icy road conditions.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The 15th and Final Heroes Musicales benefitting the American Red Cross will be held in-person and virtually this year. Click for more information or to donate: https://musicales.givesmart.com
4 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS junior Ava Butt for her participation in the Senate Scholar Program! Below is a narrative of Ava's amazing experience. This week has been filled with many opportunities to learn about how the government runs and what goes into making that government run smoothly, including all of the government offices. I have enjoyed so much about the Senate Scholar Program so far. Some of my favorites have been the Capitol Dome Tour including facts and history, working as a Senate Page during the Session, meeting Senator Testin, and attending the State of the State Address. This program has helped me to become a more informed citizen and have a better understanding of leadership and decision making along with working as a team. It has been an experience that I will never forget.
4 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
4 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
The kindergarten classroom was 'a-buzz' last week when their 5th grade buddies came down to help with an art project. Kindergarten students had to answer questions based on their likes/dislikes in-order to build and create their 'Love Bugs'.
4 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
It's time to think about the 2022-2023 school year! Children who will be age 4 on or before September 1, 2022, qualify for enrollment into the Wautoma Area School District’s 4-year-old Kindergarten Program. Those who are interested in enrolling their child for the fall, please fill out the WASD Pre-K Questionnaire and associated Ages and Stages Google Form available by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/3rZK8SB.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District offers a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
4 months ago, WASD
WASD
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed today, Friday, February 18th.
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
THANK YOU, BUS DRIVERS!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market will be open late for P/T conferences until 6:00 pm tonight for enrolled WASD immediate families. Students (4-12th grade students can shop on their own and do not need to be accompanied by an adult) - 2:50-6:00 pm Adults - 3:20-6:00 pm The Hornet Market is located at Parkside school next to the library. Come check us out!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed tomorrow, Friday, February 18th.
5 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside 5th graders working on glazing their clay bobble head animals.
5 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
It's time to think about the 2022-2023 school year! Children who will be age 4 on or before September 1, 2022, qualify for enrollment into the Wautoma Area School District’s 4-year-old Kindergarten Program. Those who are interested in enrolling their child for the fall, please fill out the WASD Pre-K Questionnaire and associated Ages and Stages Google Form available by clicking this link: https://bit.ly/3rZK8SB.
5 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Student Council members are on a mission to spread kindness throughout their school this year. For Valentine's Day, members designed conversation hearts and wrote 'sweet' messages on them. Children were excited to see the messages on their lockers.
5 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
February is National Children's Dental Health Month. Here are some healthy tips: - Encourage your kids to brush 2-3 times per day, and floss at least once per day. - Encourage a healthy diet that limits sugary beverages and snacks - Buy a new toothbrush every three months. - Schedule twice-yearly dental appointments with your dentist.
5 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The book fair is coming to Redgranite Elementary School next week during conferences!
5 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Elementary students weren't the only wild animals at school a few Fridays ago. MToxins came to visit our students and brought along some slow, slithery, and some (mostly teachers) may say scary, friends. Students and staff learned a lot, and gained new appreciation for these animals. Grades 3-5 also got to see a venom extraction happen right before their eyes!
5 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The Hornet Market is open today from 2:50-4:00 pm for enrolled WASD immediate families only. Students (4-12th grade students can shop on their own and do not need to be accompanied by an adult) from 2:50-4:00 pm Adults from 3:20-4:00 pm The Hornet Market is located at Parkside school next to the library. Come see what we have to offer!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
Students in Mrs. Michalski's third grade classes have been having a fun time learning about Lewis and Clark's expedition. On Wednesday, they made old fashion journals like the famous explorers. They are writing plant and animal descriptions inside the journals.
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
Last night, five Wautoma High School students were inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica Avispones (Hornets) Chapter, sponsored by the American Association of Teacher of Spanish and Portuguese, in the high school library. The new inductees recognized by the for their achievements included: Owen Mulvey, Yessica Arreola Ruiz, James Howen, Lupita Barcenas Delgado and Jonbenett Cervantes. Senior Spanish Honor Society members Hayley Moore, Hoyt Keller, Bryan Enriquez, Gabe Ascher and Abby Peterman assisted their advisors Mrs. Peterman and Ms. Lindenmeyer with the ceremony.
5 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to the Wautoma High School FBLA Chapter in their 3rd place place finish out of 30 schools at Regional Competition in Nekoosa on Saturday! 1st-3rd place finishers advance to State Competition at the end of March. 3rd Place: Jovani Medina--Computer Applications Michael Marks--Job Interview Thomas Schwart--Intro to Information Technology Alayna Panich--Intro to Business Procedures Lily Friday and Stephanie Mandeik--in Introduction to Event Planning Danielle Ollendorf--Human Resource Management Victoria Pierotti--Computer Problem Solving Dylan Kubasta--Accounting 1 2nd Place: Gabe Ascher--Securities and Investments Dario Vasquez--Intro to Parliamentary Procedure 3rd Place: Megan Kelly and Abby Peterman--Broadcast Journalism Addison DeMars and Kendall Gustke--Business Presentation Sydney Dunn, Kylie Kline, and Madylyn Woyak--Social Media Strategies Pictured: Back: Mrs. Meek, Madylyn Woyak, Alayna Panich, Danielle Ollendorf, Abby Peterman, Mr. Zertler, Middle: Michael Medina, Kendall Gustke, Addison DeMars, Dario Vasquez, Thomas Schwartz, Gabe Ascher Front: Sydney Dunn, Kylie Kline, Lily Friday, Stephanie Mandeik, Victoria Pierotti Not Pictured: Jovani Medina, Michael Marks, Dylan Kubsta, Megan Kelly
5 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Third graders at Redgranite have been busy learning about motion. Students have been conducting investigations using tops, twirlybirds and carts. During the investigations, students took part in the engineering process. They were presented with a problem and given time to find and build a solution. The students have learned a lot about what causes things to move and have learned about how changing one variable will affect the motion of an object.
5 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
This past Monday, Lucy Winn from Pennsylvania visited third graders at Redgranite Elementary School. Lucy is the 2022 American Honey Queen. She is traveling across the country promoting honey and beekeeping. You can follow her journey at buzzingacrossamerica.com. Redgranite students were 'buzzing' with excitement that Lucy decided to make a stop at their school.
5 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Congratulations to Redgranite's January - Student of the Month! This student is a great role model. During the month of January, Redgranite Elementary School was celebrating the character trait determination. This student is always striving to do her best, even if it isn’t always easy. She always turns in quality work. In the classroom, she is quick to grab out the needed materials and get right to work. Before school, she comes in the morning and gets started on her role in the classroom each day. This student strives for success each day shown by her determination. This student also possesses the previous character traits this year as well. She shows respect by always being quick to show 5 and always listens to directions, she shows that she is responsible by staying on task and following expectations, and she is empathetic as she is always quick to help others when they need it. Seeing February's character trait of leadership, I see this student continuing to exceed my expectations and being the great leader I know she is. It is with great pleasure that I nominate Leah Sullivan for Redgranite’s Student of the Month. Determination Award Winners - Maylee Goddard, Alex Markowski, Oliver Gimenez, Emmitt O'Connell, and Scarlet Hayes-Miller
5 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Parkside 6th Graders worked on their clay "totem spoons" during Miss Rich's class earlier today. The project allowed the students to share things about themselves by making small clay representations of those things and attaching them to their spoons.
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
Dexter Schumacher and Riley Bowey participated in the Regional Spelling Bee in Wild Rose today. They did very well. Riley made it to the 4th round, and Dexter finished in 3rd place. Parkside is very proud of them both!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
Mrs. Barker's WIN class finished up their rhyming unit by making their own version of the song Down By The Bay. The kids had a blast learning and coming up with words that rhyme with their animals! Check out their video by clicking the link: https://bit.ly/3rwu76c
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
On Friday, Miss Rich's 6th graders were found working on their chalk pastel dragon eyes. Check some of their amazing work out!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to Riverview's Literacy Students of the Month! Keep reading!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
It is the first Thursday of the month which means we are open later today! The Hornet Market will be open for all WASD enrolled families from 3:30-5:00 pm today! Students can start shopping at 2:50. The Hornet Market is located at Parkside school next to the library. We have a limited amount of fresh brown eggs and fresh produce today. Come see what else we have to offer!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
A Pfizer Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Tuesday, February 8th!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
WASD will be celebrating Read Across America week, February 28 - March 4 with district-wide dress up days! We can't wait to see everyone's literacy inspired outfits!
5 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS's forensics team! Owen Mulvey earned first place at the SEC Forensics Meet in Wisconsin Dells for his Moments in History speech and to Teighan Fancher and Alyssa Szymanski who took first place in the Group Interpretation category.
5 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS freshman Caeden Miller! His poster, designed in Art class in November, won first place in both the county-wide and regional contests. It now moves on to the state competition where judging will be held in March. Congratulations to Kayla Banda, as well, whose poster won third place in the county-wide contest.
5 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
A Pfizer Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Tuesday, February 8th!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Riverview Elementary School First Grade Team nominate Beckett for student of the month. Beckett comes to school each day prepared and ready to learn. She carries herself in a polite and respectful manner. Beckett is a great friend and works well with everyone in our class. In the classroom Beckett participates, whole body listens, stays on task, and follows directions making her a great example for her peers. One of Beckett’s greatest strengths is how she cares about others around her. Whether it’s helping classmates with their academics or solving problems using Kelso's choices; Beckett is always ready to help. Beckett is a great addition to our classroom and school.
5 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The WHS Career Fair is quickly approaching. If you are able to assist with the job fair and/or mock interviews, please contact us!
5 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Menu change for lunch at Riverview on Friday, 1/28/22 Turkey & cheese subs Romaine lettuce Spiral fries Baby carrots Apples
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market is open today from 3:30-4:00 for WASD families to shop at for free. Students can shop starting at 2:50. The Hornet Market is located at Parkside school next to the library. We have lots of fresh produce while supplies last! Fresh apples, oranges, potatoes, onions, cabbage and romaine lettuce. We also have milk, ice cream and yogurt today! Come check us out!
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District free testing site for staff, students and their families will still be open today at the Crossroads Building from 12-2 PM. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is closed on Wednesday, January 26th due to severe winter weather. All after school activities and events are also canceled.
5 months ago, WASD
WASD
The 15th and Final Heroes Musicales benefitting the American Red Cross will be held in-person and virtually this year. Click for more information or to donate: https://musicales.givesmart.com
5 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations and good luck to the WHS E-Sports team! Tomorrow, they head to Madison Area Technical College to participate in the state meet. The entire team will be there to support the six varsity players who are participating.
6 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
REMINDER: Today is the last day to preorder your Wautoma High School 2022 Yearbook at the discounted price. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Tomorrow is the final day to preorder your 2022 WHS Yearbook! Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market is open today from 3:30-4:00 for WASD families to shop at for free. The Hornet Market is located at Parkside school next to the library. Come check us out!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don't miss out on ordering your WHS Hornet 2022 Yearbook! The final day to preorder your book is Friday, January 21. Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: There is no school for students tomorrow, Monday, January 17th. This is a District-Wide Teacher Work Day.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: There is no school for students on Monday, January 17th. This is a District-Wide Teacher Work Day.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
On Friday, Wautoma High School Seniors Megan Kelly, Abigail Peterman, Gabriel Ascher, Mitchell Stake and Dylan Kubasta presented Linda Seymour some goodies to celebrate National Crossing Guard Week. The students and staff wanted to thank Mrs. Seymour for all she does to ensure students get to school safely, especially on the cold winter days and near a highway with large trucks and a lot of traffic.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market located at Parkside school is open today from 3:30-4:00 pm. Come check it out!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
DON'T FORGET: The COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School today!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don't miss out on ordering your WHS Hornet 2022 Yearbook! The final day to preorder your book is Friday, January 21. Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School tomorrow, January 11th!
6 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Congratulations to Redgranite Elementary's Student of the Month and Character Trait Award Winners! I would like to nominate this student for student of the month for many reasons. She is a polite student that is always willing to help a friend or classmate. She is respectful in all the ways that fifth graders can be; she respects others' learning environment by listening when a lesson is happening, she respects others' space by staying in her own space, and she respects our classroom by keeping her area clean. This student is also determined to always do her best. She asks questions when things are confusing or when a simple clarification is needed. She is also a leader in the sense that she not only follows school rules but reminds people around her to do the same. I see this student doing great things in the months left this school year. It is for these reasons and many more that I nominate Amelia Meckelberg for Redgranite’s Student of the Month. Empathy Award Winners - Sovia Donovan, Jaxx Aaronson, Ethan Soda, Bennett Baltz, Kamm Gonzales, Jediah Sullivan
6 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Help us celebrate School Crossing Guard Week!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
T.J. Rinaldi & Anna Boron have partnered with the A+ After School Program to offer a series of wellness presentations during the 21/22 school year virtually and in person. Check out the flyer by clicking the link below to view any of the recorded presentations about boosting your immune system, the importance of footwear and weight loss & stress management during the holidays. Stay tuned for upcoming presentations January - May, 2022! https://bit.ly/3n67Idl
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market located at Parkside school will be open today, Thursday, Jan. 6, from 3:30-5:00. Come see what we have to offer! The Hornet Market is for all enrolled WASD families only. See our new hours below: 1st Thursday of the month open from 3:30-5:00 pm 2nd Thursday of the month open from 3:30-4:00 pm 3rd Thursday of the month open from 3:30-4:00 pm 4th Thursday of the month open from 3:30-4:00 pm If there is a 5th Thursday of the month open from 3:30-4:00 pm For questions please contact Tami Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
6 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
This morning, WHS students enrolled in Mrs. Caves' Introduction to Business class presented the business pitch they created in a fashion similar to that seen on "Shark Tank." Colleen Bies, of the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation, and Jenny Frees, owner of Starstruck Artistry, LLC in Oshkosh, listened to each unique pitch, asked questions, and offered suggestions to the students. Third hour Accounting students assisted with summarizing startup costs, creating a Chart of Accounts, Financial Worksheet, Income Statement, and a Balance Sheet. Fourth hour Web Tools students created a 30-second commercial for each business. Following the presentations, Colleen and Jenny had a meet and greet with all the entrepreneurs and looked at the websites created by the students for their individual business.
6 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
This morning, WHS students enrolled in Mrs. Caves' Introduction to Business class presented the business pitch they created in a fashion similar to that seen on "Shark Tank." Colleen Bies, of the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation, and Jenny Frees, owner of Starstruck Artistry, LLC in Oshkosh, listened to each unique pitch, asked questions, and offered suggestions to the students. Third hour Accounting students assisted with summarizing startup costs, creating a Chart of Accounts, Financial Worksheet, Income Statement, and a Balance Sheet. Fourth hour Web Tools students created a 30-second commercial for each business. Following the presentations, Colleen and Jenny had a meet and greet with all the entrepreneurs and looked at the websites created by the students for their individual business.
6 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
This morning, WHS students enrolled in Mrs. Caves' Introduction to Business class presented the business pitch they created in a fashion similar to that seen on "Shark Tank." Colleen Bies, of the Wisconsin Women's Business Initiative Corporation, and Jenny Frees, owner of Starstruck Artistry, LLC in Oshkosh, listened to each unique pitch, asked questions, and offered suggestions to the students. Third hour Accounting students assisted with summarizing startup costs, creating a Chart of Accounts, Financial Worksheet, Income Statement, and a Balance Sheet. Fourth hour Web Tools students created a 30-second commercial for each business. Following the presentations, Colleen and Jenny had a meet and greet with all the entrepreneurs and looked at the websites created by the students for their individual business.
6 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The WHS Spanish, Phy. Ed, Art and Music Departments would like to nominate Hoyt Keller as Student of the Month for December. Hoyt is currently in AP Spanish class. He is one of the first students to volunteer to read or do the daily activities. Hoyt is a student who completes his assignments on time with 100% effort. He is not afraid to ask questions to get a better understanding of the concepts that are being taught. Hoyt excels in the language because of his work ethic. He is a student that comes to class daily, ready to learn with a positive attitude. He works well in a group setting. He sets goals and works hard to achieve them. Hoyt is active in the Spanish Honor Society. When we are doing a fundraiser or volunteering for a community service project Hoyt without hesitation volunteers. We recently collected baking supplies for the Hornet Market and Hoyt came to the classroom with two large baskets full of supplies to donate. He has a caring demeanor and is willing to help others. Miss Mastricola said , "Hoyt has developed a strong work ethic over the past year in physical education. He has also become more vocal; voicing his opinions and checking for understanding when needed." Hoyt dedicates many hours to his passion of playing baseball and basketball. He is a team player and has worked hard on the court and on the field. Keep up the great work!
6 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Don't miss out on ordering your WHS Hornet 2022 Yearbook! The final day to preorder your book is Friday, January 21. Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Tuesday, January 11th!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Starting tomorrow, January 3, Wautoma Area School District will be offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Starting January 3, Wautoma Area School District will be offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Tuesday, January 11th!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Tuesday, January 11th!
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Starting January 3, Wautoma Area School District will be offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
Starting January 3, Wautoma Area School District will be offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
6 months ago, WASD
WASD
The 4th grade classes combined for the first time for music today. They have been practicing a variety of folk rock songs to showcase for their teachers prior to leaving for Winter Break. Here is their concert "Song's for All Seasons". To view more photos as well as some of the videos, visit https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/17Ipv8MwuiB00wNI-Xua5hhNMkLQtpJnT?usp=sharing
6 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
6th grade students had fun creating holiday cards. They used copper tape, lights and batteries to make them light up. Enjoy the holiday spirit!
7 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Starting January 3, Wautoma Area School District will be offering a free testing site for staff, students and their families to utilize. Please pre-register all of your family members at www.lifepointlink.com/noah/outreach.
7 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Miss Strobl’s Peer Power Leadership Group was busy this month. They reached out to teachers and staff in the district to donate fleece so they could make fleece tie blankets to donate to an organization in our community. With generous donations, they were able to make and donate 6 fleece tie blankets to the Waushara County Food Pantry. The blankets will be given to those needing a little extra warmth this winter.
7 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
This is the first year FCCLA is at Wautoma High School; they are off to a great start this year with 25 members. To raise money for competitions and the community, students sold, baked, and packaged up over 100 cookie kits. Through this last cookie kit sale, FCCLA was able to donate 25%, $306, of its proceeds to the Waushara County Food Pantry! Their hard work paid off! Congrats to the students and the Waushara County Food Pantry. FCCLA is a student-led organization that completes projects based around the Family and Consumer Sciences curriculum. It promotes and improves problem-solving abilities, communication skills, and career development with recognition through competition. It provides students with all kinds of opportunities and allows them to have fun while supporting their community.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market located at Parkside school will be open today from 3:30-4:00! Stop in and pick up some groceries for over the holiday break! For all enrolled WASD families only.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Dylan is a very sweet kid who is always willing to help out others. The minute he gets here in the morning he gets right to his morning work. He is a role model in our class by showing others what they should be doing and giving friendly reminders. He comes to school every day prepared to learn. His attention is always at the front of the room and frequently answers questions. If he gets a question incorrect, Dylan doesn't get upset. He accepts when he is wrong and tries to figure out what he did wrong so he can correct himself. If Dylan is finished with his work early, he always knows what to do next or will ask his friends if they need help. Dylan is a friend to everyone in his class and is able to work with everyone. When outside at recess, he helps his friends with conflicts by using Kelso's Choices.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to Riverview Literacy Student of the Month! Keep reading!
7 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
This afternoon, WHS students and staff attended a presentation by motivational speaker Cory Greenwood. A native of Minnesota, Cory speaks to audiences about making positive choices, realizing one's value, making connections to those who can help and support, and that everyone matters. His message was very moving and applicable to the WHS community.
7 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Last Friday, members of Parkside Student Council helped package and box up items for local families in support of the Community Christmas Project. This has been one of the largest group of members that have attended this volunteer event in the last five years!
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Riverview Elementary students collected 891 canned and boxed food items during a recent drive. The event was sponsored by the 3rd Grade Student Council. Their advisors, Mr. Woyak and Mrs. Bunde, said the students exceeded their goal of 700 items. The schools Principal, Mrs. Mucklin encouraged the student body to bring in food items by offering to dress up as Olaf, a character from the movie Frozen if they brought in the 700 food items. Looks like Olaf will be making his appearance soon!
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Due to the impending snowstorm, all after school activities and events have been canceled this evening, December 10th, including A+ After School, practices and clubs. There also will not be a late bus this evening. This also includes the wrestling tournament in Tomah on Saturday.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: Tomorrow is the last day to bring in non-perishable food items for the Riverview Elementary Student Council Food Drive!
7 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Miss Ponto's class received a treat for having the most items donated for 4th and 5th grade Morning Meetings during the Student Council's Food Drive. They donated 132 items! The School Total was 3285! Great Job Parkside!
7 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Earlier to day students from Parkside School competed in the "Where in the World" Geography Competition with Mr. Bagnall. There were 29 other schools and the Parkside students took the 1st place overall and had a number of individual winners as well. Way to go, Parkside!!
7 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Congratulations to Redgranite Elementary's Character Trait Award winners!
7 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
This student demonstrates respect from the very beginning of the day. During our morning meetings, he greets his classmates using eye contact and a kind voice making sure that his classmates feel welcome. He also listens attentively to his classmates when they share during morning meetings. During class, he is a respectful student when he raises his hand to participate and is always ready to learn new things. He shows respect for our classroom environment when he keeps his desk area clean and organized. In the hallway, he walks quietly to ensure that he doesn’t disrupt other classes. On the playground, he demonstrates respect by playing by the rules and being kind to all students who are outside at recess. He is respectful in the lunchroom when he uses his manners. He always says “Yes, please” or “No, thank you.” He respects adults in our school when he holds conversations with staff members. He listens attentively and genuinely cares about what the adults have to say. I am proud of the example he sets for others. His respectful demeanor is something that we can all try to emulate. It is with great honor that I nominate Will Gustke as Redgranite’s Student of the Month. Mrs. Julie Petersen, Grade 3, Redgranite
7 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Alison Kintigh
Bill Harris from Renewable World Energies is in the 8th grade classroom this week teaching students about electrical safety, and properties electricity.
7 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Marsha Walejko
The WHS Music, Art, Spanish, and Physical Education Departments would like to nominate Owen Mulvey for student of the month. Owen is a very hardworking, kind, conscientious young man who strives for excellence in all areas. Oftentimes Owen is the first person to arrive and last to leave class. The reason he is last to leave is because he always offers to help with putting the equipment away. This is true in multiple classes including band where he stayed after school frequently last spring to help bring all the instruments and chairs inside at the end of the school day. Owen is a great role model and a caring student who enjoys working with his peers. He assists other students in class and generously mentors others on his own time. Students share that Owen is very helpful and that they feel comfortable asking him for help. Over these years Owen has proven to be a thoughtful and diligent student. In Spanish III he works hard and is not afraid to take the initiative to ask for further clarification if he doesn't understand a concept. He is enthusiastic to learn and works hard to make sure he is always well-prepared. He is also a fourth year member of the band where his leadership, musicianship, and continuous effort and hard work are very much appreciated We believe that all of the wonderful traits that Owen brings to our WHS school community make him well-deserving to be our November student of the month.
7 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
The students and staff of Riverview Elementary School are doing their part to help those in need by collecting food for the Waushara County Community Christmas Food Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the school until Friday, December 9th! Riverview has set a goal of collecting 700 food items. Keep up the great work!
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The students and staff of Riverview Elementary School are doing their part to help those in need by collecting food for the Waushara County Community Christmas Food Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the school from November 22nd to December 9th. Riverview has set a goal of collecting 700 food items.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
A reminder that The Hornet Market is open tonight form 5-6 pm for WASD enrolled families only. Verification of WASD enrollment will be checked at the door of the market.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Harley and Megan were recently named Parkside School's Literacy Students of the Month! Congratulations!
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to Skyler, Parkside's Student of the Month!
7 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
WHS students in Ms. Kniffen's classes recently assisted WHS Head Custodian, Mr. Steffens, with assembling new furniture items for the high school.
7 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite 2nd and 3rd graders explored turkeys, gravity, and friction when they built turkey models called Gobble Waddlers. A Gobble Waddler is a turkey model that dances. Gravity pulls the turkey and straw downward, but the weight of the turkey pulling on one side of the straw makes the straw tilt so that one end hits the string. Friction between the straw and the string stops the turkey from dropping, but only for a moment. When the straw pushes on the string, the string pushes back, making the turkey bounce up. That straightens the straw, so it can fall a bit before the pull of the turkey tilts the straw again, and the cycle repeats. In this activity students also observed turkey feathers, wattles, and snoods. They used cause and effect to experiment and change how their turkey danced. They had a blast creating these dancing turkeys!
7 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The students and staff of Riverview Elementary School are doing their part to help those in need by collecting food for the Waushara County Community Christmas Food Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the school from November 22nd to December 9th. Riverview has set a goal of collecting 700 food items.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don't forget to head to the free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Wautoma High School tomorrow!
7 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Elementary 5th graders and Kindergartners buddied up again and did a little craft last week. While buddied the kids made a turkey that represented some of their favorite things!
7 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
On Tuesday, November 23, before going home for break and eating way too much turkey, Redgranite Elementary students and their families participated in our school's Turkey Trot. We had great weather and an even better turn out! Thank you families for supporting our school.
7 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Don't forget to head to the free COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Wautoma High School this Wednesday!
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The students and staff of Riverview Elementary School are doing their part to help those in need by collecting food for the Waushara County Community Christmas Food Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the school from November 22nd to December 9th. Riverview has set a goal of collecting 700 food items.
7 months ago, WASD
WASD
The students and staff of Riverview Elementary School are doing their part to help those in need by collecting food for the Waushara County Community Christmas Food Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the school from November 22nd to December 9th. Riverview has set a goal of collecting 700 food items.
7 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Student Council members are kicking off the "Redgranite Saves the Planet" initiative. This initiative was inspired by last year's 5th grade class. Students realized that much of the waste filling the landfills didn't have to end up there. These items could be recycled. So, they began collecting used school supplies such as markers, highlighters, pens, pencils, crayons, and glue-sticks to ensure that they did not end up in the landfill. The children ended up keeping 665 items out of the landfill. This year's student council members are setting a goal of recycling more than 665 items. Starting today all students and staff at Redgranite Elementary School may start recycling school supplies by putting them in the designated boxes in the school. Let's help Redgranite save the planet!
7 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The students and staff of Riverview Elementary School are doing their part to help those in need by collecting food for the Waushara County Community Christmas Food Drive. Non-perishable food items will be collected at the school from November 22nd to December 9th. Riverview has set a goal of collecting 700 food items.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The first grade team is excited to nominate William for November student of the month. William is an outstanding example of the Riverview Way, is a great friend to everyone, and is a joy to be around. In November we focus on respect. William shows respect to everyone every day. Some of the ways he shows respect include: listening to others when they are talking, following directions the 1st times, and following the Riverview Way in the halls, lunchroom, classroom, and playground. William not only shows respect daily, but he also shows responsibility by taking care of himself and always being prepared, empathy by being aware of others feelings, and leadership in the classroom when working in stations. William is an all around great student and is very worthy of November student of the month.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations Riverview Literacy Students of the Month!!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
A reminder that The Hornet Market is open tonight form 4-6 pm for WASD enrolled families only. Verification of WASD enrollment will be checked at the door at the market. Our free coat and winter wear giveaway/exchange is from 4-6 pm tonight in the main lobby at Parkside school! Come check it out!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Do you have young students interested in learning cheerleading? Don't forget to sign up for the Winter Kids Cheer Clinic! Registration is due by Monday, November 29th.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Hayley Moore, a senior at Wautoma High School, was one of 1,617 selected from over 68,000 applicants nationwide for the 2022 Coca-Cola Scholars Program. As a semifinalist she will now move onto a rigorous Phase 2 of the application process. Applicants were judged on their academic excellence, leadership and service demonstrated in school and community activities. This selection places Hayley in an elite group of seniors from around the country and we are proud to have her as a community member and student at Wautoma High School. The Coca-Cola Scholars Program recognizes students who take pride in making a significant impact on their schools and communities. They also know how to lead and serve. Hayley Moore is clearly that type. “We believe that identifying these young leaders throughout the country and encouraging their passion for serving others not only empowers the students, but also lifts up those around them.” said Jane Hale Hopkins, President of the Foundation. “The Coca-Cola system is dedicated to giving back to the communities they serve, and the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation is proud to be a part of that commitment.” Ultimately, 150 Coca-Cola Scholars will be selected to receive this prestigious $20,000 scholarship.
8 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The Heisman® High School Scholarship is presented by Acceptance Insurance®. The program was created in 1994 through a partnership between Wendy’s® and The Heisman Trophy Trust. From its inception, the program has leveraged the reputation of the Heisman Memorial Trophy as a symbol of great ability combined with diligence, perseverance, and hard work. The Heisman High School Scholarship program extends the Heisman prestige to the nation’s most esteemed high school seniors by celebrating and rewarding outstanding male and female scholar-athletes who understand that the most important victories happen not only on the field, but also in their schools and communities. The Heisman Trophy Trust was proud to partner with Acceptance Insurance® in 2020 to present these prestigious scholarships. Over the past 27 years, the program has honored more than 600,000 of the nation’s most esteemed high school seniors and provided hundreds of thousands of dollars in college scholarships to students and more than a million dollars to high school academic and athletic programs across the country. The Heisman High School Scholarship program honors the nation’s most accomplished, community-minded high school senior athletes. By inviting male and female students from schools across the country to share their stories of leadership and impact, the program aims to inspire all students to harness their potential, push their limits, and use their talents not only to advance their own futures, but to improve the communities and world around them. This year we were honored that 2 of our Wautoma students were chosen as the high school winners. These students are: Gabe Ascher and Hayley Moore.
8 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders recently participated in Oceanspray's "Cranberries in the Classroom." Students learned a lot of information about cranberries, their ecosystem and the cranberry harvest. They learned that only five states in the USA produce cranberries and of the five Wisconsin is the top producer. At the end of the unit, students participated in a cranberry tasting. Students were also scientists as they participated in an experiment called "Dancing Cranberries." They also put their engineering skills to work as they created a catapult to launch cranberries. We LOVE cranberries!
8 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Marsha Walejko
On Monday, November 15th, students from Mr. Lenz's WHS FVTC Dual Credit College Tech Math class attended a field trip to Heartland Farms. Students were introduced to the farm's history and were exposed to the technical components that allow the farm to run a successful operation. The emphasis of the tour was to connect students to the real-world application of the content and skills that are taught in their current classes to the behind-the-scenes operations of Heartland Farms. A big thank you to Heartland Farms and FVTC for this great experience.
8 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Do you know someone looking to work just a few hours a day? Someone retired or just looking to get out of the house and earn some extra money? Please spread the word.   KITCHEN HELPER  WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Kitchen Helper at Riverview to join our fun WASD nutrition team! The hours are M-F from 10:45-12:45 daily. Hours are flexible.  Basic job duties include: Operate dishwasher, clean and sanitize trays, silverware, pots and pans and perform other kitchen duties as assigned. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, have a high school diploma or equivalent and pass a background check. A full job description is available by request. Please contact Tami Stansbury Food Service Director 920.787.7112 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us Go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or please visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-F from 8-4. This is an equal employment opportunity.
8 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite students and staff honored veterans Thursday, November 11th. Veterans enjoyed breakfast and an assembly. During the assembly, fifth grade students recited poems. The student body and the student council also created decorations for the celebration. We are so happy we were able to safely honor our Veterans again this year. Redgranite students and staff would like to send a heart-felt thank you to our Veterans...THANK YOU!
8 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
LAST CALL! All items will be picked up at the locations on Monday, November 15, 2021. Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
LAST CALL! All items will be picked up at the locations on Monday, November 15, 2021. Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
8 months ago, WASD
Katie Schaefer
Congratulations to Riverview 3rd grade Student Council members!
8 months ago, Katie Schaefer
WASD
LAST CALL! All items will be picked up at the locations on Monday, November 15, 2021. Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
8 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Fynlie Korman, Grade 3, Mrs. Julie Petersen, Teacher This student is a shining star at Redgranite Elementary School. This student demonstrates responsibility each and every day in many ways. For example, she is ultimately responsible for learning new things and she always puts forth 110% effort to do so. She is responsible for being a leader in our classroom and I can always count on her to lead by example. She is respectful to adults and children in the school. She always speaks in a kind tone and uses her manners. She can be counted on to follow school rules in and out of the classroom. When I think of being responsible, I think of her. As I nominate this student for the character trait responsibility, I would like to point out that she could also be nominated for the following character trait awards: Respect, Integrity, Empathy, Determination, Leadership and Cooperation. It is with great pleasure that I nominate Fynlie Korman as Redgranite’s Student of the Month.
8 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is accepting applications for a Secretary at Redgranite Elementary School. For more information or to obtain a job description, please contact Redgranite Principal Caitlin Richter at 920-787-7112 ext. 2001. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation to Redgranite Elementary School, Attn: Caitlin Richter, PO Box 649, Redgranite 54970. Applications will be accepted until Friday, November 19, 2021. The District is an equal opportunity employer.
8 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
It is with great pleasure and enthusiasm that the WHS CTE department nominates Abbi Zindars for the October Student of the Month. Abbi has started the year off on a very strong note! Not only has she excelled in her academics she also has gone above and beyond in extracurriculars. She has stepped up and volunteered for junior class activities when help was needed most. She has also taken on the role of president of FCCLA this year. FCCLA is a new student organization and without hesitation and with little knowledge of the club, she has stepped up to lead the group this year. She has a positive attitude and always strives to do her best. When times get tough, she powers through and does not complain. Even as the course rigor increases, her accelerated pace continues. Abbi has continued to be polite, respectful, and considerate in all of her interactions. It is with great enthusiasm and respect that we nominate Abbi Zindars for Student of the Month.
8 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
DON'T FORGET: The COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School today! If you would like to fill out the consent form in advance, please click: https://5il.co/11jp0.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Parkside School Yearbook for grade 6-8 students is available for parents to purchase online through the Campus Parent Portal Account.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The first graders in Mrs. Jackowski's class took advantage of the beautiful weather!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
DON'T FORGET: The COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School this Wednesday! If you would like to fill out the consent form in advance, please click: https://5il.co/11jp0.
8 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Ms. Lindenmeyer and five of her WHS students attended the Multilingual Multicultural Post Secondary Fair at Moraine Park Technical College in Fond du Lac on Thursday, November 4, 2021. Students attended informational sessions that included how to apply for college, paying for college, college and community resources, and career readiness. Students also took a campus interest tour of the following programs CNA, Nursing Assistant, Surgical Technology, and Culinary Arts.
8 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Wednesday, November 10th! Check out the flyer for more information!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School this Wednesday!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for Ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Wednesday, November 10th!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics for anyone ages 5 and Up will be held at Wautoma High School on Wednesday, November 10th! Check out the flyer for more information!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market located at Parkside school, will be open from 5-7 during the high school P/T conferences tonight. The Hornet Market is for families that are enrolled at WASD only. If you have a student enrolled at Redgranite, Riverview, Parkside or at WHS, stop in and see what we have to offer!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
As part of the first campaign for the Wautoma High School Sources of Strength, students in all grades had the opportunity to sign up for dodgeball (or geocaching if weather was cooperative). This campaign focused on the healthy activities part of the sources of strength wheel.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Riverview Elementary School First Grade Team nominated Mila Zeleinka for September Student of the Month. Mila has kicked off this school year with a great start. Since the first day of school, Mila has come to school each day ready to learn, work, and participate. She is a great listener, a great role model to others around her, and carries herself with a quiet and calm confidence. When working on activities in the classroom, Mila does exactly what is asked of her and does it to the best of her ability. She makes sure that her work is good quality and puts great effort into everything she does. On top of her great work ethic, Mila is a great friend and works well with everyone in the class. Her teachers and classmates are happy to know that they can always look to her to set a great example.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Mrs. Walbrun's Math classes had a great time participating in a Halloween Haunted House escape room today. They worked through challenges as a team and had so much fun doing it.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Free energy-saving packs from Focus Energy are shipped directly to you and include a variety of products designed to reduce energy waste at home. Visit focusonenergy.com/simple to order your free pack.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Riverview kitchen staff joined in on the fun today!
8 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside's October Character Award Winners. 6th grade winners Olive K., Perla P., Chloe I., and Madalyn M. were missed due to the 6th grade field trip.
8 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Congratulations to Parkside's student of the Month for October: Dexter
8 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Parkside's Literacy Student of the Month for October: Gabby G. and Gracelyn V.
8 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Congratulations to Riverview's Literacy Students of the Month! Keep ready!
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Wautoma High School Senior Falyn Krempp holds a framed copy of the Waushara County logo she designed. Falyn's logo was adopted by the Waushara County Board of Supervisors in April after a contest was held to area high school students, including Wild Rose, Wautoma and Tri-County. For her winning entry Falyn received recognition from the Waushara County Board of Supervisors and Waushara Area Chamber Gift Certificates. The framed logo will be placed in the front lobby of the high school to recognize her accomplishment.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Ms. Morris and the Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) sold and produced over 50 Halloween cookie kits as a fundraiser to kick off efforts to establish a Wautoma Chapter of FCCLA.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market is fully stocked and open today for all WASD families! Students can shop from 2:50-4:00 pm and adults can shop from 3:30-4:00 pm today. The only requirement is that you must be an enrolled family of Wautoma Area School District. No income guidelines. Some of the things we offer are fresh produce, eggs, cheese, frozen meat and vegetables, baby, hygiene, and household items. The Hornet Market is made possible by Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, Waushara Food Pantry, donations and many volunteers. For more information, please contact Tami Stansbury at stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us 920-787-4577 ext. 1011
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Check out some tips to stay safe this weekend!
8 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Last week the Redgranite Elementary fifth graders and kindergartners buddied up and worked on a fun fall project together. The kindergartners had to answer questions about themselves to determine what became a part of their final picture.
8 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders participated in a community scavenger hunt. They visited the public library, the post office, the quarry, and BR Diner. Students received their library cards at the public library. They learned how the post office works. They also enjoyed visiting the quarry. They were appreciative to be able to warm up with a cup of hot chocolate at BR Diner. Thanks to the community for supporting our scavenger hunt!
8 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don't forget to turn in your child's flu shot consent form by this Friday! Click the link below to register! https://bit.ly/3iTMc9w
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. All mobile locations listed offer rapid and PCR tests. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
8 months ago, WASD
WASD
Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
8 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside's 8th grade went on college tours Wednesday. Half went to UW Stevens Point and Midstate Technical College and the other half went to UW Oshkosh and Marian University.
9 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. Testing is free and is available to all community members. All ThedaCare mobile locations listed offer both rapid and PCR tests. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don't forget to turn in your child's flu shot consent form by Friday, October 29th! Click the link below to register! https://bit.ly/3iTMc9w
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Are School District is looking for Substitute Teachers, Aides, Secretaries, Bus Drivers, Food Service and Custodians. Anyone interested in should contact the WASD District Office at 920.787.7112 Ext. 1300 for more information. Applications are available at www.wautomasd.org. The District is an equal opportunity employer.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. Testing is free and is available to all community members. All ThedaCare mobile locations listed offer both rapid and PCR tests. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: Today is the last day to preorder your Wautoma High School 2022 Yearbook at the discounted price. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com
9 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS's September Student of the Month Sophie Mager! Sophie is the lead in this year's Musical, Legally Blonde, for which she is at rehearsal from 5 to 9pm three days a week. Sophie is also the section leader for Concert Choir and Honors Choir and is a consistently kind, caring, and intelligent leader for the entire concert Choir. The success of the Musical, Concert Choir and Honors Choir are largely due to Sophie's dedication to both musical greatness and consistent growth of character. Sophie is also the drumline captain of the high school band. During the early weeks of school she ran drumline rehearsals during Start to help get her section ready for homecoming. She is an effective leader who helps increase the confidence of her peers. Sophie remembers what it was like to be a new member of the band and is encouraging to those who are beginning their high school band journey. Sophie is also a new member of the jazz ensemble this year and doing a great job learning how to play jazz piano. Her quiet leadership in this class is helping the rhythm section grow in their skills and her positive attitude is contagious to those around her. Finally Sophie is working very hard in her independent study to prepare music for college auditions as she plans to be a music education major. We appreciate all the wonderful traits that Sophie brings to our school community and music program and feel she is well deserving of the honor of student of the month.
9 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Kendra Knutson
Parkside A+ had fun in getting back into the afterschool routine! In September students played ping pong, learned about the Octopus through experiments, started up chess club and one student found a chrysalis!
9 months ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
Don't forget to turn in your child's flu shot consent form by Friday, October 29th! Click the link below to register! https://bit.ly/3iTMc9w
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Winter Clothing Drive/Exchange Sponsored by The Hornet Market, Wautoma Area School District Drop off new or gently used coats, snow pants, boots, gloves and hats at one of the following locations in Wautoma and Redgranite by November 12th. Any school in the Wautoma Area School District Pick ‘n Save Stoneridge Piggly Wiggly Waushara County Health Department Fox Valley Technical College Distribution will be at Parkside School, 300 S. 16th Avenue in Wautoma on Thursday, November 18, from 4:00-6:00 pm. During this time you are also welcome to bring in your gently used winter wear to exchange for new or used items. For questions or more information please contact: Tami Stansbury 920-787-4577 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Help us celebrate National School Lunch Week October 11-15! Dress up each day and eat school lunch for a chance to win prizes all week! (check under your tray for a sticker) All students eat FREE! WILD about School Lunch! Monday- Dress up in your hiking clothes/boots Tuesday- WILD hair day Wednesday- Dress up like a Chef or a lunch lady Thursday- Wear your favorite animal shirt or print Friday- Wear a hat or headband
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Calling all Wautoma and Wild Rose 9th-12th graders! It is time for cheer sign ups for the winter season! To sign up, please use the following link: https://forms.gle/gE9pDf1jweVvw2PZ7 Please email Coach Sharp if you have any questions. sharpc@wautoma.k12.wi.us
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The following is this week's COVID-19 testing schedule. Testing is free and is available to all community members experiencing symptoms, those who believe they may have been exposed to someone with COVID-19 and anyone who is worried about possibly having the virus. Appointments are required. Pre-register online at doineedacovid19test.com
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don’t miss out on purchasing your 2022 Hornet Yearbook at a discounted price until October 15th. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Days up days this week!
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Here are the most up-to-date COVID-19 Testing Sites for Waushara County.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Waushara County Food Pantry, the Waushara Prevention Council, Inc. and the Waushara County Department of Human Services with help from the Waushara County Parks Department are working together to coordinate the 2021 Waushara Holiday Project. We are happy to announce that registration is now open. Registration can be completed on-line at https://tinyurl.com/2021wausharaholidayproject. A copy of the application is attached and is also available on the County website at https://www.co.waushara.wi.us/newsview.aspx?nid=6069 The registration deadline is November 15th .
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Pick 3 for free!
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Yesterday several students from the Wautoma High School and Parkside School’s Future Business Leaders of America attended a Fall Leadership Conference at UW-Whitewater. The day was spent learning about FBLA, different community service projects, and interacting with a UW-Whitewater business panel.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Here are the most up-to-date COVID-19 Testing Sites for Waushara County.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Hornet Market is open tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 7, during P/T conferences from 5-7 pm. The Hornet Market is located at Parkside school next to the library and is open to all enrolled WASD families.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Help us celebrate National School Lunch Week, Oct. 11-15!
9 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Elementary students had a BLAST playing in the newly fallen leaves. They called it a "Leaf Party"!
9 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Riverview Elementary A+ After School is hiring!
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Are School District is looking for Substitute Teachers, Aides, Secretaries, Bus Drivers and Custodians. Anyone interested in should contact the WASD District Office at 920.787.7112 Ext. 1300 for more information. Applications are available at www.wautomasd.org. The District is an equal opportunity employer.
9 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
The inaugural Redgranite Student Council held their first meeting on Thursday, Sept. 30. Student council members are Avry Gimenez, Brooke Freeland, Cadence Lederhaus, Maggie Warwick, Jace Boeck, Rayah Sauld, Carson Ridarelli, Wylee Woyak, and Kylie Mentink. Not pictured are Kylie Henze and Cole Myers. “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.” ― Margaret Mead
9 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Don’t miss out on purchasing your 2022 Hornet Yearbook at a discounted price until October 15th. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
9 months ago, WASD
WASD
Here are the upcoming COVID-19 Testing Sites for Waushara County.
9 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
This morning, sixth grade had a CPR challenge outside. They worked together in their CPR groups to pass cups of water down the line to fill up the bucket at the end of their group. The group with the most water in their bucket win the challenge.
9 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
8th grade science studied evidence of chemical reactions today using vinegar and salt to clean penny oxidations.
9 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Parkside's Scholastic Book Fair is back in Person this year! The Book Fair is open Monday October 4th- Thursday October 8th 7:45 AM-3:45 PM; During Parent-Teacher Conferences Thursday Evening 5:00-8:30 PM and Friday Morning 7:45- 11:45 AM. You can also shop online at: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/parksideschool
9 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
NOW HIRING SUBSTITUTE KITCHEN STAFF The Wautoma Area School District is seeking qualified applicants for substitute kitchen helpers. Contact Mrs. Stansbury at 920.787.4577 ext. 1011 for information. A job description and application is available at www.wautomasd.org or by calling 920.787.7112. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer --
9 months ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
First grade students at Redgranite Elementary are learning how to read and talk about books with partners.
9 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming back to the Riverview Library - in person! We can't wait to see you Thursday, October 7th 4:00 - 8:00 PM and Friday, October 8th 7:45 - 11:30 AM
9 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Wautoma High School t-shirt sale for Homecoming: $10.00 for a Wautoma Hornet T-Shirt, $13.00 for a personalized Wautoma Hornet T-shirt. They will be sold at WHS today and Friday and at the football game Friday night.
10 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
On Monday, September 27th, there will be a COVID-19 Mobile Testing Site at the Parkside School in the Lower Parking Lot from 8 AM to 2 PM. Anyone is welcome!!
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: The Wautoma Volleyball Youth Night will be held tomorrow night!
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
Here are some of the 8th graders working on their koi fish projects.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don’t miss out on purchasing your 2022 Hornet Yearbook at a discounted price until October 15th. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
If your household qualified for free or reduced priced lunch during the 19-20 and/or 20/21 school year, you may qualify for P-EBT benefits, even if you did not receive FoodShare or Medicaid! Records show only 66% of Waushara County eligible households received the extra P-EBT benefit. Please read the information below to find out how to apply! Must apply before October 8, 2021.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
A+ is hiring After School Enrichment Leaders! The position is 16 hours per week, Monday - Friday, 2-5:30pm during the school year. Job description and applications can be found at https://www.wautomasd.org/page/a-employment or contact Kendra Knutson at knutsonk@wautoma.k12.wi.us for more information.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
A+ is hiring High School Students for Program Assistant Positions after school at Riverview, Redgranite and Parkside Schools. Check out the flyer or contact Kendra Knutson at knutsonk@wautoma.k12.wi.us for more information.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
Wautoma Volleyball Youth Night will be held next Thursday, September 23rd!
10 months ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Students taking 8th grade Spanish tested their knowledge on classroom objects. They helped label the items around the room. They also learned about an online dictionary to look up unfamiliar words.
10 months ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Today the 3rd graders learned all about Patriots Day and several students wore red, white and blue.
10 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Wautoma Homecoming will be held the week of September 20th and this year's theme is Hornets Got Game. This year's parade will begin at 2:00PM on Friday, September 24th and will feature many WASD clubs, organizations, and the 2021 Homecoming Court. The parade route will begin at the intersection of Division and S. Water Street and then proceed along S Water Street, W. River Street, 16th Drive, ending at Parkside School.
10 months ago, Marsha Walejko
Alison Kintigh
Parkside 5th grade students have been enjoying their time back at school for week 2!
10 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Parkside 6th grade enjoying their second week of middle school!
10 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
4th Graders in Mr. Krueger's science class learned about conducting energy today. Their challenge was to figure out how to get the electrical energy from a D-Battery to a lightbulb.
10 months ago, Alison Kintigh
Kelly Bolles
First graders at Redgranite Elementary practiced number writing and cooperation by playing Race To Trace with a partner.
10 months ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Don’t miss out on purchasing your 2022 Hornet Yearbook at a discounted price until October 15th. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma High School Junior and Senior Link Crew welcomed the Class of 2025 today! The students planned a myriad of events to help the freshmen feel welcome to their new school.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
Please remember all menus are subject to change as we deal with shortages and substitutions.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
KITCHEN HELPER WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Kitchen Helper at Parkside to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! The hours are M-F from 11:00-1:30 daily. Basic job duties include: Operate dishwasher, clean and sanitize trays, silverware, pots and pans and perform other kitchen duties as assigned. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, have a high school diploma or equivalent and pass a background check. A full job description is available by request. Please contact Tami Stansbury Food Service Director 920.787.7112 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us Go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or please visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-F from 8-4. This is an equal employment opportunity.
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
We are excited to introduce the Hornet Market to our school this year! The Hornet Market will be located at Parkside School next to the library. The Hornet Market will be available to all students and families of WASD to shop at, at NO COST. No income guidelines. The only restriction is that you must be a registered family of WASD. The Hornet Market will be open every Thursday from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm and available by appointment. From 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm WASD students will be able to shop on their own and from 3:45 pm - 4:00 pm or by appointment, WASD parents and guardians will be able to shop. The Hornet Market will also take referrals for a student or a WASD family. In this case, we will pack a bag of items and get it to the school the referred student is at. The Hornet Market will have items that may include: Perishable food items Non-perishable food items Hygiene products such as pads, tampons, soap, toothpaste, mouthwash and more Baby items such as diapers, wipes, formula, baby wash and more Household items such as trash bags, dish soap, laundry soap and more Children's underwear and socks School supplies The Hornet Market is made possible by Wautoma Area School District, Waushara County Food Pantry, Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin, Waushara County Dept. of Human Services and Waushara Prevention Council. If you have any questions or like to make a donation, please contact Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director at 920-787-4577 ext. 1011. stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
10 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don’t miss out on purchasing your 2022 Hornet Yearbook at a discounted price until October 15th. Visit yearbookforever.com to order online.
10 months ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
On Tuesday, August 24th, Wautoma High School Spanish Teacher Belinda Peterman was invited to speak to all of the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point student teachers about migrant education and pathways to diversity in the classroom. The opportunity to speak to the college students was an honor as Belinda earned her bachelor's and master's degrees from UWSP. Belinda has been teaching at the Wautoma Area School District for 23 years, and was named the National Migrant Teacher of the Year in 2010.
10 months ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Attention all Wautoma and Wild Rose 9th-12th graders, Fall Cheer sign ups have been reopened. Please contact Coach Sharp with any questions or to sign up. sharpc@wautoma.k12.wi.us
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
Information on P-EBT
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
Breakfast and lunch meals are FREE to all students for the 21/22 school year! We are still asking families to fill out a free/reduce meal application. Families, who apply for free/reduced meals and qualify, will also qualify for free 4k student milk for the Wisconsin School Day Milk Program, qualify for extra P-EBT benefits and will help with other school funding. For your convenience and privacy, you can apply for free/reduced lunch online by clicking the following link https://bit.ly/2XAZnUo Once you are logged into IC, go to More//Meal Benefits to begin the process. Or you can go to any of our school offices for a paper application. You only have to do one application per family per year. For questions, please contact Tami Stansbury 920-787-7112 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District is accepting applications for a Secretary at Parkside School. For more information or to obtain a job description, please contact Parkside Principal Deb Premo at 920-787-7112 ext. 3230. Interested candidates should send a cover letter, resume, and two letters of recommendation to Parkside School, Attn: Deb Premo, PO Box 870, Wautoma 54982. Applications will be accepted until Wednesday, August 18, 2021. The District is an equal opportunity employer.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be held at Wautoma High School for all students ages 12+ on August 4th and 5th.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be held at Wautoma High School for all students ages 12+ on August 4th and 5th.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
Healthy Smiles FHLC is proud to offer, at no cost to students or families, a preventive dental sealant and fluoride varnish program for all children in all grades. Your child will receive exceptional care from an experienced registered dental hygienist: oral screenings, sealant placement, fluoride varnish application, oral health instruction including a toothbrush and toothpaste. All children will receive a follow up letter with any important findings and instructions that parents and caregivers should be aware of. Referral services are also available. You can register online @ https://sealasmile.wisconsin.gov/Consent/Home/About
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Head Cook at Redgranite school who loves working with youth to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! This position is M-F, 30 hours per week. Pay rate is $14.74 - $17.19 an hour. Basic job duties include: Order and prepare food according to a planned menu and determine if the product is client acceptable, determine the quantities of each food prepared daily, maintain department required records to meet DPI requirements, maintain the highest standards of safety and cleanliness in the kitchen and be an effective team leader. Must have manual dexterity and ability to work under pressure, have a high school diploma or equivalent, pass a background check and have three years of school food service experience in the preparation and serving of food is preferred. A full job description is available by request. Interested candidates can go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-Th from 8-4. Please mail resume and application to: Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director PO BOX 870 Wautoma, WI 54982 or email stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
Fall Welding Classes at FVTC in Wautoma. Enroll now to work towards earning your GMAW Welder, Basic Certificate. This fall we are offering two of the four required classes for this Certificate. Call (920) 787-3319 for more information or go to www.fvtc.edu/WautomaClasses to enroll.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
LOCATION CHANGE: The WHS Parent/Fall Student Athlete Meeting will be held in the PAC tonight at 6 PM.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
Don't forget to check inside the Central Wisconsin Resorter this week as the new 2021-2022 Wautoma Area School District Calendar will be delivered to mailboxes in the area! Please Note: Events are subject to change throughout the school year. For the most up-to-date listing of events, please visit wautomasd.org or download the Wautoma Area School District App.
11 months ago, WASD
WASD
Registration is open for the 2021 Back to School Bash! The Back to School Bash is an activity of the Waushara County Dept. of Human Services. It will be held on Friday August 6th and Saturday, August 7th at the Waushara County Fairgrounds. Advanced registration is required by July 31st.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Make a difference, be creative and stay active working with local youth in the A+ After School Program. Help youth develop the academic and life skills that will help them be successful now and in the future! Enrichment leaders are needed at Redgranite, Riverview & Parkside Schools in the Wautoma Area School District. Positions are part-time, Monday - Friday, 2:00-5:30pm, August-May each year. For more information, https://www.wautomasd.org/page/a-employment" or contact Kendra at knutsonk@wautoma.k12.wi.us or 920-787-7112 x1305.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
LUNCH ACCOUNTANT WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Lunch Accountant at Riverview school who loves working with youth to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! This position is M-F, 30 hours per week. Basic job duties include: Process student food items using appropriate technology software and equipment, keep accurate account of all monies received, make bank deposits as needed, maintain all required department records to meet DPI requirements and to keep all records strictly confidential. Must have pleasant personality, manual dexterity, ability to remain calm under pressure and to maintain confidentiality. Must have a high school diploma or equivalent and pass a background check. A full job description is available by request. Interested candidates can go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-Th from 8-4. Please mail resume and application to: Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director PO BOX 870 Wautoma, WI 54982 or email stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
There will be an athletic code meeting (handbook) on Monday, July 27th at 6:00 P.M. in the WHS Fieldhouse. Fall sports meetings will take place after and athletes will also have an opportunity to concussion test in the library. All 9th-12th grade athletes should attend. This is a great time to hand in paperwork, or find out what paperwork you still need to get done before the season starts! The following is the paperwork needed before your season starts: Physical Exam OR Alternate Year Card, Emergency Form, Concussion Information, Extracurricular Code. Fall Sport Start Dates: - HS Football - August 3 - HS Boys/Girls CC- August 16 - HS Soccer- August 16 - HS Volleyball- August 16 - HS Cheerleading - August 16
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Registration is open for the 2021 Back to School Bash! The Back to School Bash is an activity of the Waushara County Dept. of Human Services. It will be held on Friday August 6th and Saturday, August 7th at the Waushara County Fairgrounds. Advanced registration is required by July 31st.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Fall 2021 Cross Country Information:
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Calling all Wautoma and Wild Rose 9th-12th graders! It is time for cheer sign ups for the Fall 2021 season! Fall cheerleaders will cheer for Wautoma HS football games, put together a homecoming performance, and attend various events. To sign up, please use the following link: tinyurl.com/94jpdrf6 Please note, there will be a meeting for all Fall athletes and parents on 7/26 at 6 pm. All cheer sign ups are due that evening by 11:59pm. Practices will begin in August. Please email Coach Sharp if you have any questions. sharpc@wautoma.k12.wi.us
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Redgranite Elementary School is seeking a 40-hour per week Night Custodian. Call 920.787.7112 or visit www.wautomasd.org for an application. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Registration is open for the 2021 Back to School Bash! The Back to School Bash is an activity of the Waushara County Dept. of Human Services. It will be held on Friday August 6th and Saturday, August 7th at the Waushara County Fairgrounds. Advanced registration is required by July 31st.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be held at Wautoma High School for all students ages 12+. The clinics will be held Monday, July 12th and Tuesday, July 13th.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
REMINDER: Open gyms for cheer start this Thursday! Attention all incoming 9-12th graders interested in joining the Wautoma HS cheer team this fall—mark your calendars for these open gym dates! New this year: Wild Rose HS students can also join the team! Come to our open gyms to work on skills and see if the team is a good fit for you! 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, and 7/29 from 3-5pm in the WHS center gym! Email Coach Sharp if you have any questions. sharpc@wautoma.k12.wi.us
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Redgranite Elementary School is seeking a custodian for 6 hours daily from 3:00-9:30 p.m. Call 920.787.7112 or visit www.wautomasd.org for an application. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
12 months ago, WASD
WASD
Registration is open for the 2021 Back to School Bash! The Back to School Bash is an activity of the Waushara County Dept. of Human Services. It will be held on Friday August 6th and Saturday, August 7th at the Waushara County Fairgrounds. Advanced registration is required by July 31st.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
A COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be held at Wautoma High School for all students ages 12+. The clinics will be held July 12th and 13th as well as August 4th and 5th.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Head Cook at Redgranite and Riverview school who loves working with youth to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! This position is M-F, 30 hours per week. Pay rate is $14.74 - $17.19 an hour. Basic job duties include: Order and prepare food according to a planned menu and determine if the product is client acceptable, determine the quantities of each food prepared daily, maintain department required records to meet DPI requirements, maintain the highest standards of safety and cleanliness in the kitchen and be an effective team leader. Must have manual dexterity and ability to work under pressure, have a high school diploma or equivalent, pass a background check and have three years of school food service experience in the preparation and serving of food is preferred. A full job description is available by request. Interested candidates can go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-Th from 8-4. Please mail resume and application to: Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director PO BOX 870 Wautoma, WI 54982 or email stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
The students enrolled in Camp Parkside Volleyball posed for a few group photos at the end of class today. All the kids had a great time with Coach Phillips as well as her Wautoma High School Student Assistant Cami!
about 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Students in the Makerspace classes created LED cards and worked with a variety of robots this weeks. The older students also worked on designing, building & testing catapults. Imaginations were running wild the last 4 weeks! Check out more of their creations here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/12ILTFGtA5exdovGPPZwGMbSoV9cHmoVI https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/127y3u5PkGWKy-JoF0Z-lMU89cy8znWa9 https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/10Oi4-btIheC1sPwYluzTBDPX9e6gyODQ
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Nature Explorers hiked to Bird Creek Park yesterday.
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Miss Braatz Nature Adventure class took a field trip swimming to wrap up Camp Parkside!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
More Harry Potter pictures from Camp Parkside
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Camp Parkside's "Potterheads" had an amazing time in Harry Potter Fan Club! Witches and Wizards in training performed "magic" spells, mixed up foamy potions, made Harry Potter crafts and fanart, and played some themed "Minute to Win it" games. They finished out their time in Harry Potter Fan Club with a leaving feast complete with magical snacks and butterbeer!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Members of the Camp Parkside Kindness Zone traveled to Little Sprouts Discovery Center in Redgranite every Tuesday to played with the students and helped with projects. All the kids had a wonderful time!
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Kitchen Helper at Riverview and Parkside to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! The hours are M-F at Riverview from 10:45-12:45 daily, and from 11:00-1:30 daily at Parkside. Basic job duties include: Operate dishwasher, clean and sanitize trays, silverware, pots and pans and perform other kitchen duties as assigned. Must be able to work in a fast paced environment, have a high school diploma or equivalent and pass a background check. A full job description is available by request. Please contact Tami Stansbury Food Service Director 920.787.7112 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us Go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or please visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-T from 8-4. This is an equal employment opportunity.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Waushara County Drive-Thru Food Pantries
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
La registracion para el program A+ despues de escuela estara ABIERTA para el año escolar22/22esta el primero de Julio para todos los estudiantes de Kinder - 8 Grado . Chequear el folleto a continuacion: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1SKMN4or121Dvu_PgNiP0gheSFcAFHmhf/view?usp=sharing Las inscripciones y informacion adicional puede ser encontradas en: https://www.wautomasd.org/o/wasd/page/application-registration
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Kendra Knutson
A+ After School Program enrollment is OPEN for all K-8th Graders for the 21/22 school year on July 1st! Check out the flyer for details: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U8ggUbc4JOrQOAFNcV6aeWFsY9da9iY6/view?usp=sharing Additional information and enrollment forms can be found at: https://www.wautomasd.org/o/wasd/page/application-registration
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Alison Kintigh
Girls do just want to have fun at Camp Parkside!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Time is flying by at Camp Parkside! Check out some of these photos from the last week!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Kendra Knutson
Do you want to help improve the health of youth and families in our community? Are you looking for a way to build your resume and gain hands on experience? Become an AmeriCorp Community Corps Member for the 21/22 school year! If you are 17 years or older and have a high school diploma, check out this opportunity to serve while earning a bi-weekly stipend and an education award upon successful completion of 1,700 hours of service Sept. 13th, 2021 - August 31st, 2022. Benefits included such as health, dental & vision insurance, child care assistance, paid training and more. For more information contact Jeannie Loberg at lobergj@wautoma.k12.wi.us or 920-787-4577 x3010 Informational flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/133wG3kP7cO-mxmLGmDEScq-AK2iGcAQO/view?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Kendra Knutson
The A+ After School Program is recruiting new team members for the 21/22 school year at Redgranite and Riverview Elementary Schools! Open positions available for high school students (8-10 hours/week) and adults (16 hours/week). Make a difference in the lives of local youth by sharing your enthusiasm for learning and providing fun enriching opportunities to expand their interests and develop their skills! Job descriptions and applications available at: https://wautomawi.sites.thrillshare.com/page/a-employment For more information contact Kendra at knutsonk@wautoma.k12.wi.us or 920-787-7112 x1305.
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Alison Kintigh
In Miss Cheir's Nature Explorers class for 1st and 2nd graders this week students learned Wisconsin bird species. We explored where birds live and also made bird feeders!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Mrs. Berger's writing class has been working on making Google Slides reports on animals. They checked out books from the library to help gather their research and created a final product.
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Students in the grades 6-9 Makerspace: Creation Station class built propeller boats this week. They used foam, craft sticks, bottle caps & motors to make their boats. Students used their creativity to make modifications to the original design. See more photos in this Google Drive link:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1yEeCW1L5IKZm2fTRAz9Uy4EaT3P6ofFY
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Students in the grades 3-6 Makerspace: Creation Station class worked hard on Cardboard Creatures this week. Students planned, designed & made modifications to their plans. They were given a $100 budget and shopped the Makerspace store for supplies. Check out these Cool Creations! Click this Google Drive Folder to see more:https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1zEAbD0uZmcqvs74KlmuUvlTGMNdZiaL9
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Mrs. Berger's classes this week had a great time with indoor activities to beat the rain!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Mr. Vaughn's fishing class at Camp Parkside has had some luck with their catch this week!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Miss Braatz's 3-5th grade Nature Adventurer's went to the Wild Rose Fish Hatchery this week and the 6-7th grade class went hiking Ice Age Trail Mecan River Segment.
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Miss Braatz's Nature Adventure class for 3-5th grade were hiking Ice Age Trail Mecan River Segment and looking for a geocache on Ice Age Trail Mecan River Segment this week.
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Mr. Buechner’s and Ms. Kniffen’s Academic and Life Skills for Kids class became paleontologists today and dug up and identified dinosaur bones yesterday!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Attention all incoming 9-12th graders interested in joining the cheer team this Fall, mark your calendars for these open gym dates! New this year: Wild Rose HS students can also join the team! Come to our open gyms to work on skills and see if the team is a good fit for you! 7/8, 7/15, 7/22, and 7/29 from 3-5pm in the WHS center gym! Hope to see you there!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Whether you are planning to enter the Residential Construction or Wood Manufacturing programs at FVTC, OR just want to learn woodworking techniques, this course will provide basic layout and measurement practices, exposure to woodworking equipment, develop safe and efficient machining habits, along with completing a small 4‑shelf stand project.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Parkside is seeking a Middle School Special Education Teacher for the 2021-22 school year. Interested candidates can apply via WECAN Vacancy #113754. For more information regarding the position, please contact Mrs. Deb Premo at premod@wautoma.k12.wi.us.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Mandalas were made this last week in Calm Coloring class during Camp Parkside. A mandala is an arrangement of simple shapes repeated in a circular pattern. The center is the focal point and it can ease anxiety and calm you down during a meditative state. Here are some of our creations!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Many classes offered at Camp Parkside are very relaxing! These students have had the chance to work on Jigsaw puzzles!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Camp Parkside's Nature Explorers were identifying Wisconsin plants around school this week as well as learning about the life cycle of the butterfly!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Duct Tape Mania at Camp Parkside created bow ties and hair bands this week!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
A child is eligible for Pandemic EBT if two conditions are met: • A child would be eligible for free or reduced-price meals • School was reduced attendance or hours for at least 5 consecutive days Please read the flyer for more details. If you were not able to fill out a free/reduced meal application for the 20/21 school year, there is still time! Applications are accepted until June 30 for the 20/21 school year. You can apply online through Infinite Campus Parent Portal, by downloading an application off of our website: wautoma.org or by picking up an application at Parkside between 8:00-2:00 pm. Please note, you will have to fill out a new free/reduced meal application after July 1, to receive any new benefits for the 20/22 school year. If you have any questions, please contact Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director 920-787-7112 ext. 1011 or stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Camp Parkside students are having a "Wizarding" good time in the Harry Potter Fan Club class! First, they created their own wands and magic spell books that they filled with Harry Potter spells. They also used magnets to try to get feathers to float, as they pretended to perform the wingardium leviosa spell from Harry Potter. They also created catapults to fling, "Golden snitches," as far as they could.
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
Camp Parkside's Nature Adventure course with 6th and 7th grade students had a great experience going to Roche-a-Cri state park admiring the petroglyphs.
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Alison Kintigh
The Easy Rider Group at Camp Parkside has been working very hard at pace, cadence, and following the rules of road riding. Yesterday we were able to make a safely all the way to Riverview and back with time to do a few laps around the school!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Free gallon of milk with meal pick up on 6/16/21 for all children 18 and younger! !! Donation from Waushara County Food Pantry! Free meals for all children 18 and younger! There are NO sign up, residency or income requirements! Meals offered at Parkside, M-F until July 2 during meal times. Breakfast: 7:45-8:25 am Lunch: 11:45-12:40 pm For all children 18 and younger that do not attend Camp Parkside, there are 3 meal options: Choose which option best fits your child's meal needs each day. 1. Children 18 or younger or someone picking up meals for them can come in during breakfast (7:45-8:25 am) or during lunch (11:45-12:40 pm) to grab a HOT "to go" meal. We have "to go" insulated closed containers. It will be ready to eat (cooked) and it is what is offered on the menu/serving line for anyone 18 and younger. It can be taken on the go and eaten wherever they want. 2. Choose a grab & go lunch and a breakfast for the next day for anyone 18 and younger. (Must come during lunch time 11:45-12:40 pm) This will be a rotation of mostly frozen menu items and not cooked. Some days it may be a sub sandwich, a lunchable and cold breakfast items. You can ask the cook what is on the menu for the day before choosing this option. 3. Choose a cold grab & go ready to eat meal. If your child that is 18 and younger would rather have a cold ready to eat meal, it will consist of a PBJ, string cheese, carrots or slushy, fruit, milk and a cold breakfast for the next day. You must pick up during lunch time 11:45-12:40 pm. Meals will not be offered outside of meal times. During Covid-19 Operations, anyone can pick up meals for children 18 and younger.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Head Cook at Redgranite and Riverview school who loves working with youth to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! This position is M-F, 30 hours per week. Pay rate is $14.74 - $17.19 an hour. Basic job duties include: Order and prepare food according to a planned menu and determine if the product is client acceptable, determine the quantities of each food prepared daily, maintain department required records to meet DPI requirements, maintain the highest standards of safety and cleanliness in the kitchen and be an effective team leader. Must have manual dexterity and ability to work under pressure, have a high school diploma or equivalent, pass a background check and have three years of school food service experience in the preparation and serving of food is preferred. A full job description is available by request. Interested candidates can go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-Th from 8-4. Please mail resume and application to: Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director PO BOX 870 Wautoma, WI 54982 or email stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Camp Parkside has been off to a great start! Students have had many great class offerings learning so many new skills and enjoying activities! Please go to the Google Drive folder to access more images of Camp Parkside Week 1! https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1GZtYYOfSVzm_ZeGV2q-MeV_IUIrgmg80?usp=sharing
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Parkside School is seeking a Program Support Assistant Monday-Friday, from 8:00-3:00 PM (approximate). Applications are due by Monday, June 21, to Mrs. Deb Premo at premod@wautoma.k12.wi.us. Call 920.787.7112 or visit www.wautomasd.org for an application. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. -end-
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Free meals for all children 18 and younger! There are NO sign up, residency or income requirements! Meals offered at Parkside, M-F until July 2 during meal times. Breakfast: 7:45-8:25 am Lunch: 11:45-12:40 pm For all children 18 and younger that do not attend Camp Parkside, there are 3 meal options: Choose which option best fits your child's meal needs each day. 1. Children 18 or younger or someone picking up meals for them can come in during breakfast (7:45-8:25 am) or during lunch (11:45-12:40 pm) to grab a HOT "to go" meal. We have "to go" insulated closed containers. It will be ready to eat (cooked) and it is what is offered on the menu/serving line for anyone 18 and younger. It can be taken on the go and eaten wherever they want. 2. Choose a grab & go lunch and a breakfast for the next day for anyone 18 and younger. (Must come during lunch time 11:45-12:40 pm) This will be a rotation of mostly frozen menu items and not cooked. Some days it may be a sub sandwich, a lunchable and cold breakfast items. You can ask the cook what is on the menu for the day before choosing this option. 3. Choose a cold grab & go ready to eat meal. If your child that is 18 and younger would rather have a cold ready to eat meal, it will consist of a PBJ, string cheese, carrots or slushy, fruit, milk and a cold breakfast for the next day. You must pick up during lunch time 11:45-12:40 pm. Meals will not be offered outside of meal times. During Covid-19 Operations, anyone can pick up meals for children 18 and younger.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
WASD Nutrition Department is looking for a Head Cook at Redgranite and Riverview school who loves working with youth to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team! This position is M-F, 30 hours per week. Pay rate is $14.74 - $17.19 an hour. Basic job duties include: Order and prepare food according to a planned menu and determine if the product is client acceptable, determine the quantities of each food prepared daily, maintain department required records to meet DPI requirements, maintain the highest standards of safety and cleanliness in the kitchen and be an effective team leader. Must have manual dexterity and ability to work under pressure, have a high school diploma or equivalent, pass a background check and have three years of school food service experience in the preparation and serving of food is preferred. A full job description is available by request. Interested candidates can go to www.wautomsd.org to download a paper application or visit the District Office for a paper application anytime from M-Th from 8-4. Please mail resume and application to: Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director PO BOX 870 Wautoma, WI 54982 or email stansburyt@wautoma.k12.wi.us. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Along with an all around blast of a fun day, PTO surprised the kids with a dunk tank! The kids got the chance to dunk a teacher. It was the perfect way to SPLASH into summer!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Fun Day at Redgranite Elementary was an absolute perfect way to round out the year! These kids deserve all the fun for surviving this crazy roller coaster of a year. Enjoy your summer!!!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
These 2nd and 3rd grade Riverview students are providing a sneak peek as to what can be found in this year's virtual Art Show. Click the link and enjoy works from Ms. Rich's, Mr. Fretchel's, Mr. Miller's and Mrs. Miller's art classes! https://sites.google.com/wautoma.k12.wi.us/wautoma-area-school-district-v/home
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Last week students at Redgranite Elementary had a chance to break the rules! This summer the tile will be updated, so students got to pick a tile and decorate it. Staff joined in on the fun too. Enjoy our masterpieces! Click to view the slideshow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LkHszvz9960
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Wautoma High School's Volleyball Program is hosting a Summer Youth Camp! Flyers are being sent home this week. The registration fee is $25 and it includes a t-shirt. Registration is due back by June 22nd. NOTE THE UPDATED DATES OF THE CAMP ARE July 5-9th. The camp runs the whole week! We look forward to working with our little Hornets!
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
To view Parkside School's live-streamed 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony tonight, visit https://youtu.be/JS-FyPZOkYM.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to WHS Student of the Month Logan Johnson! It is with pleasure that I nominate Logan Johnson for SOM. I have had the pleasure of getting to know Logan in my classroom for the past four years. First and foremost, Logan is a genuine person. The authenticity and sincerity that he carries with him every day is a rare find. Being liked by his peers does not get in the way of his integrity. This does not mean that he is not well liked. On the contrary, Logan is trusted by students and staff alike. He is a valuable member of Link Crew, a student mentoring program for incoming freshmen that I help advise, because of his approachability and inclusivity. He interacts positively with others who may be otherwise excluded by classmates. I never have to worry about which group I may ask Logan to join because he is positive and encouraging to ALL. Logan is also an excellent student. I have noticed a maturity and growth in his work over the course of his high school career. He is thoughtful about his school work and takes the lead on asking questions when exploring ideas or for clarification. Logan embraces constructive criticism and looks to improve skills and learn, not just to get a better grade. Logan also has a wonderful sense of humor which is a part of his consistent, positive attitude and likeable personality. I cannot say enough about Logan. I hope my own children grow to have his kindness, thoughtfulness, and work ethic.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Information regarding the Parkside School 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony:
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to the Wautoma High School Class of 2021! To view the graduation slideshow, visit: https://bit.ly/34r5BHh
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Information regarding the WHS Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony:
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Congratulations to the Riverview Elementary Bike Rodeo Coloring Contest Winners: Jordy Jackowski (2nd Grade); Connor Bielmeier (3rd Grade); Asherrie Petersen (3rd Grade) and Gwyn Gruszka (2nd Grade)!
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders visited Miss Jean at the public library on Wednesday. The students learned about the summer reading program and were able to apply for their own library card. Students were excited to learn about the public library STEAM activities planned for the month of July and they enjoyed learning about the Ozobots. On the way back to school the students stopped by the quarry.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Information regarding the WHS Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony:
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Archer exhibits all of the character traits we have learned about this year. Archer is respectful. He is respectful of others as well as his property and surroundings. Archer is responsible. He is prepared for class everyday, keeps his supplies organized and stays on track in class. Archer shows empathy. He is kind to everyone and likes to play with all students at recess. Archer works hard to build positive relationships with others. Archer is determined. He is a hard worker and strives to be better in the classroom. I usually see Archer reading and writing when he has some free time. I know Archer will be a lifelong learner. Archer is a leader and shows integrity. He leads by his positive actions and demonstrates self control. He takes ownership for his actions and follows school rules. and I always count on Archer to do the right thing. Archer shows cooperation. He works cooperatively with others and is fair. Since Archer demonstrates the character traits that are so important in the district and in life, it is only fair that he be named Student of the Month.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
La Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica de Wautoma, Los Avispones recently announced the top three seniors who have earned awards for the 2020-2021 school year. The awards are based on scholastic achievement, involvement in the club activities, assessments, and excelling in the language. AP Spanish student Delaney Salm (center) was awarded El Premio de Honor for the outstanding overall student. The two other awards were presented to Harleigh Eagan (right) and Dayana Rodriguez-Caballero (left) for excelling in the language.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Did you know that today is National Paper Airplane Day? To celebrate 1st Graders in Mrs. Pietkauskis' Class at Riverview learned how to make airplanes and then went outside to enjoy the beautiful morning to fly their planes.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The WHS graduating class of 2021 enjoyed a morning decorating the inside and outside of the high school, welcoming staff and students, and being celebrated as they took their final walk around the circle. Congratulations, seniors, and best of luck to you!
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
The WHS graduating class of 2021 enjoyed a morning decorating the inside and outside of the high school, welcoming staff and students, and being celebrated as they took their final walk around the circle. Congratulations, seniors, and best of luck to you!
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Check out the dates for the June Drive-Thru Pantry.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
2nd and 3rd grade students recently participated in a Bike Rodeo at Redgranite Elementary School. The students learned how to properly inflate bicycle tires, they learned the proper hand signals to use when biking, and they learned additional information about road safety. Each student was properly fitted with a brand new bike helmet. Thank you to Nurse Cari and the Waushara County Health Department for teaching the children about bicycle safety.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders ended their Science Investigation 4 with a Metric Field Day. They participated in events such as the Right-handed Rice Grab, the Left-handed Sponge Squeeze, the Straw Javelin Throw, the Cotton Ball Shot Put, and the Paper Plate Discus. During each of these events students had to use the metric system to measure distance, mass, and capacity. The children enjoyed participating in the Metric Field Day!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
The Kindergarteners at Riverview had Dr. Mott come in to talk to them about what a veterinarian does. Students got to see tools Dr. Mott uses on a daily basis such as: a stethoscope, animal bandages, a reflex hammer, and more. Dr. Mott answered lots of questions regarding how to help different animals.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Last meal sign up. Meal sign up for Wed. May 26, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/mb5mUadbPoFqGb639
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
For Wautoma Area School District students, ages 12 – 15. Are you interested in coding, basic electronics, automation, or robotics? Ever looked at a candy machine, robotic rover, or LED sign and wondered how it works? Love ALL things related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math? Join us for an opportunity to build, program, and wire different automated devices that replicate similar processes that are used by business and industry. Learn how to turn your passion into your future dream career! Students will report to Wautoma High School each day and will also be walking back and forth to FVTC - Wautoma during the week. Masks will be required and social distancing protocols will be in place. Sign up at the following link https://foxvalleytechnicalcollege.formstack.com/forms/camp_registration_automation_robotics
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Did you forget to purchase a copy of the WHS Yearbook? Don't worry there are still copies available! Stop by the high school office or pick one up from the yearbook staff at lunch for $40! You definitely don't want to miss out on the memories that were made during this very strange school year!
about 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
WHS Student Council is excited to announce that they have selected a theme and corresponding dress-up days for fall Homecoming! StuCo's goal is to unify the district so that all students and staff can participate in the fun and celebrations and have consistent days at all WASD buildings. Therefore, dress-up days were chosen with careful consideration for participants from 4K through staff. As always, StuCo thanks you for your support and participation!
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Students at Redgranite Elementary enjoyed a Dilly Bar treat, donated by the Adam Rigden Family, owners of Wautoma Dairy Queen. We can't shout 'Thank You' loud enough!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. May 19, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/tKs5vuDUYAshsAbW8
about 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Parkside's 7th graders are dissecting owl pellets in science today! How interesting!
about 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
During Mrs. Wheaton's class, students recently used a hydraulic system they built to move ping pong balls.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to Chase Mastricola--WHS's Student of the Month for April. Leadership and character mean different things to different people. Chase Mastricola has grown into a natural leader, but does it in such a subtle way. He truly leads by quiet example. He's become the unofficial student to go to if there's a question in class and helps others in class when needed. His classmates know they can go to him with a question and he’ll be willing to provide them with an answer or the necessary assistance. As a student mentor for class, I have leaned on him to provide the underclassmen with proper examples of lifts, safety and general weight training etiquette. Taking academics seriously is important to Chase, regardless of the content area. He comes to school every day with an excitement for learning and a dedication for going above and beyond at school. Chase pays close attention to detail and makes sure that his daily work is not only accurate, but also meticulously neat and of the utmost quality. He excels in all the subject areas and I especially am impressed with his ability to be a quality student, athlete, and extracurricular participant. In AP Spanish, Chase comes to class ready to learn. He has a positive attitude. Chase challenges himself daily in class. When conversing he strives to not speak any english. If he is not sure about a word he needs to use, he works with what he knows and explains what he would like to convey. His growth in the language this year is excellent. Chase is the epitome of a well rounded individual and should be proud of himself. We thank him for his efforts and the examples he has set for others in his time at Wautoma High School. I can't wait to see what he does with his tremendous talents. I'm confident he will go far in life!
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Kacey Graessley and Trey Reilly are playing cribbage on the board they made in Manufacturing Enterprise. They used the CNC router and CAD programming for design.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Happy Nurses Day to our WASD School Nurse Cari Pronschinske! Thank you for all you have done to get the entire District safely though the school year! We couldn't have done it without you!
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
This week Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative did their line safety demonstration for students in Ms. Wheaton's Engineering and Technology class. They shared information on electrical safety and careers in the field. Thanks ACEC for a great presentation.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Wautoma High School Art Students recently competed in the South Central Conference Art Show. The show was featured for a two week run in Wisconsin Dells at The Ho Chunk Convention Center. The following students participated - specific awards are also listed. Top row - Kendalynn Willie 2nd place Graphic Design, Michael Marks Black & White Drawing, Melody Hartenberger Mixed Media, Nyasha Wayne Watercolor, Caprice Juday Mixed Media, Riley Tennessen Acrylic Painting, Chris Marks Sculpture Middle row - Falyn Krempp Graphic Design, Issy Servio Acrylic & Watercolor Painting, Caley Stewart 1st place Graphic Design, Jazmin Ott Watercolor, Natalie Perkins Color Drawing Bottom row - Brianna Smiley 1st place Photography, Cerenity Marsh Jewelry, Ashley Edge-Mahl 2nd place Sculpture, Lexi Tankersley Oil Painting, Arly Gomez 2nd place Black & White Drawing 1st place Color Drawing Best of School Award, Olivia Schroeder 2nd place Photography
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third grade students are continuing to learn about motion in science. Students used the scientific method to explore motion with carts. Then they engineered their carts and modified them to perform cart tricks.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. May 12, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/uUUQQhq1RCnvPWVR6
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2021! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3auf1oG.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
Parkside A+ After School students (older group) had their first day of rock climbing club at WHS on Thursday! The group did great. Thank you to the youth for getting some photos and to the belayers for making this club possible!
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
On Tuesday, Riverview Elementary Students dressed up for "B" Day in their countdown to the end of school. Here are some of the students dressed up in Badgers, Bucks and Brewers Gear!
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2021! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3auf1oG.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
4th and 5th graders at Parkside A+ After School Program started rock wall club today! Some made it to the top, some surpassed their personal goals, and all of them had a great first day of climbing! Thank you to our volunteers today and our youth photographers for capturing the fun.
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Marsha Walejko
Owen Mulvey, Ava Butt, Madylyn Woyak, Alyssa Szymanski, and Kaydance Blader represented Wautoma High School at the State Forensics Meet this last week. Congratulations to Owen Mulvey who took a Gold Medal (First Place) in Moments in History with his well-written presentation on Louis XIV, “The Sun King” on which he received a perfect score, 25/25 points. Silver medals (Second Place) were earned by Ava Butt (Public Address), Madylyn Woyak(Poetry), and Alyssa Szymanski and Kaydance Blader (Group Interpretive Reading). Students receiving a Silver medal earned 23 to 24 point out of 25. The State competition capped a great season of competition by the Wautoma Forensics team. Special thanks to Assistant Coach, Mr. Jacob Mathias. If you are a Wautoma student grades 8 through 11 looking for a fun extracurricular activity which will build skills in speaking and language, please contact either Mr. Mathias or Ms. Towne. Our season builds slowly from the beginning of November through April and fits well with other extracurricular activities.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. May 5, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/hEZourpJZhhiFT4a6
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2021! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3auf1oG.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2021! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3auf1oG.
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
Please thank our awesome A+ After School Team members, it's National Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week!
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Marsha Walejko
WHS seniors were recognized last night at the SCC Top Ten Banquet for the conference. It was held virtually using Zoom, and Jared Abbrederis was the guest speaker for the event. Congratulations to the top 10 of the graduating class of 2021: Jaina Koerner, Andrew Momsen, Delaney Salm, Leah Konieczki, Mallorie Vissers, Hattie Bray, Bryson Buss, Chase Mastricola, Juleanna Johnson, and Harleigh Eagan.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2021! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3auf1oG.
about 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. April 28, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 9:00 a.m. https://forms.gle/E69cLfLNSsg3kWkD7
about 1 year ago, WASD
Kendra Knutson
The A+ After School Program is celebrating Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week April 19-23, 2021, along with the National AfterSchool Association, to recognize, appreciate and advocate for those who work with young people during out-of-school hours.
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Kendra Knutson
The Riverview A+ After School Program 3rd Graders worked in pairs to build sections of a bridge out of toothpicks and gumdrops. Then they connected their sections to create one bridge and test it's strength. The bridge successfully held 400 pennies for 1 minute!
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Third Graders participated in a virtual field trip on Thursday. The students have been learning a lot about motion and they participated in a virtual class called Motion Commotion with Scientist K from North Carolina. The students enjoyed learning additional information about motion and doing experiments with the scientist. The children worked with tops, learned about centrifugal force, and made magnetic slime.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Marsha Walejko
WHS students in Basic Interior Design, a dual credit course with Fox Valley Technical College, spent some time before spring break making mini barn boards.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
WHS students in Basic Interior Design, a dual credit course with Fox Valley Technical College, create a string art project during the unit on Elements of Design.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
The 5th graders at Redgranite Elementary have been looking into different ways to separate mixtures. Last week they were given a mixture of four materials (gravel, powder, salt, and a mystery material) and tasked with separating all four of the materials. They were given a tub with everything they needed to separate the materials and that was it.  The kids needed to use the knowledge from previous investigations to write a plan for how they were going to accomplish their task and then test it. It took a few tries but both groups got all of the materials back into their own cups! It was awesome watching them problem solve along the way!
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Marsha Walejko
WHS students enrolled in the dual credit Infant and Toddler course were challenged to make puppets from wooden spoons for a favorite children's book. Virtual students were challenged to create puppets from what they had at home and with what was readily available to them.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
Congrats to these top 10 WHS Future Business Leaders of America State finishers: 10th place, Clayton Wilcox, Introduction to Parliamentary Procedure 9th place, Gabe Ascher, Business Calculations 7th place, Andrew Momson, Personal Finance 7th place, Sam Weiss, Supply Chain Management A HUGE shout out to Megan Kelly and Hayley Moore who took 2nd place in the team event, Business Plan, and advanced to National competition this summer.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
Wautoma High School's Future Business Leaders of America participated in a Virtual State Conference yesterday. These State Qualifiers participated in online state tests and uploaded materials prior to today's competition, competed (AND WON!!!) a room decorating contest, attended a virtual leadership conference, and had lunch of chicken tenders and pizza and various individually wrapped treats.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Kendra Knutson
1st graders in the Riverview A+ After School Program are learning about dinosaurs in their enrichment club. Here they are being paleontologist and discovering dinosaur bones.
about 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Kelly Bolles
First graders at Redgranite Elementary learned about how animals become "invisible" to protect themselves from predators. Some animals use camouflage, some become flat to blend in with their surroundings, and other animals turn themselves into a different shape! The students created a secret message and hid them around the classroom. Can you find the messages?
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. April 21, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 9:00 a.m. https://forms.gle/YofyFJCpmDfLmmcv6
about 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
You are invited to join in on a Virtual Post-Secondary Info Night! A representative from the Wisconsin Technical College System, UW-System (2-4 year colleges), Private College System, Military and Apprenticeships will present on their respective area, admissions & getting started, help answer general questions and more! All high school students and their families are welcome to attend! Register for one or both sessions below! (*Please note students do NOT need to be applied to FVTC to attend; pre-registration is required*) Tuesday April 13, 2021 @ 6:00 PM Virtual via Microsoft TEAMS Registration: https://www.fvtc.edu/news/story/post-secondary-virtual-info-night-april Thursday, May 13, 2021 @ 6:00 PM Virtual via Microsoft TEAMS Registration: https://www.fvtc.edu/news/story/post-secondary-virtual-info-night-may
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
Mark your calendars for the 2021 SCC Art Show!
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Kelly Bolles
Third grade students at Redgranite had fun learning about Patterns of Motion with tops. Students designed their own tops and wrote their own focus questions to answer. Some children wanted to know, "What is the best design for a top that spins a long time?" or "Does it make a difference if you use the larger or smaller discs to design a top?" Students tested their tops, drew a diagram and wrote about their observations. The students also had fun using a Doodle Top.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
During Redgranite Elementary's 4K unit on Spring we placed chicken eggs in our incubator. Over the weekend our chicks started hatching. This is just in time for us to learn about them in our next unit, Farm and Ranch.
about 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Marsha Walejko
The entire Wautoma High School Forensics team will advance from the Level 2 – District Forensics Competition to the State Competition beginning April 9. Congratulations go to Madylyn Woyak, Poetry; Ava Butt, Public Address; Alyssa Szymanski, Dakota McNeal, and Kaydance Blader on their Group Interpretation; and Owen Mulvey, Moment in History.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to the WHS March Student of the Month, junior Megan Kelly! Megan Kelly has been a consistently hard worker in AP Biology, AP Statistics, and Precalculus this semester. Her determination to master the content material being presented is impressive as she seeks deeper understanding rather than just enough to get by. It is not uncommon to have Megan email questions or to come in for extra help during 8th period, in order to gain a firm grasp of whatever content we are covering at the time. Megan is extremely alert and conscientious in class. She is also very organized and takes stellar notes, in a “textbook example” fashion. Megan is a classroom leader and a genuinely nice person with a high character that is driven to be the best version of her that she can be.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
A special thank you to Dairy Queen of Wautoma for sponsoring Dilly Bar Day at WHS last week! The following students found tickets in their Dilly Bar so they win one DQ Blizzard each week for the next year: Yadira Malnory, Caley Stewart, Jeremy Worden, Tanner Gonzales, Thomas Schwartz, and London Longsine.
about 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. April 14, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 9:00 a.m. https://forms.gle/8PTmpQD7g3kGcjtR8
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
First graders at Redgranite Elementary finished their study of light by answering the question "How can we communicate with light? Students worked in pairs to design ways to redirect light using mirrors. They explored ways to communicate long distances using light.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Third graders would like to send out a heartfelt "THANK YOU" to all those who supported their community service project. The students ended up collecting 155 sets of new pajamas and $1,000.00 in donations. The money will be used to purchase additional sets of pajamas. The third graders are excited to help the families in Waushara County!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. April 7, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 9:00 a.m. https://forms.gle/VEjNgNEadA4VNzB28
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite 2nd grade students at were making observations about different materials. They were deciding if the materials were solids or liquids while using funnels, schoops bottles and vials to scoop, shake and pour. They learned that small materials are called particles. Many particles together can sometimes act like liquids because they pour and take the shape of their container. Particles, however, are solids because they keep their own shape and and can be made into lines and piles.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Third graders at Redgranite would like to send out a heartfelt "THANK YOU" to all the people who participated in the 11th Annual Pajama Drive. Today was the last day of the PJ Drive, so next week students will be calculating the total number of pajamas donated and calculating monetary donations. Once they've calculated the total, they will post an update to Facebook. Thanks again for supporting our cause! We greatly appreciate it.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Yesterday Mrs Walbrun's third graders started learning about area and perimeter. Her students really enjoyed building arrays with Cheese-Its and then finding the area and perimeter of their shapes. The students agreed this activity was both fun and tasty!
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders began Investigation 2 in science class today. In this investigation students are exploring patterns of motion and trying to answer the question: How can we change the motion of wheel-and-axle systems rolling down ramps? Students built several different wheel-and-axle systems and tested them on a ramp. They observed what happened and then picked their favorite wheel-and-axle system, drew a diagram of it, and also wrote about the pattern of motion they observed.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders participated in "Trashketball" today. Students have been learning how to use a ruler to measure to the nearest 1/4 of an inch. First, the students worked in partnerships to measure the lengths of eight rectangles. Once they were done measuring they were able to collect a paper basketball for each correct answer. Once they collected their paper basketballs, they played "Trashketball". They could shoot one or two point shots.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Riverview second graders learned about PIE (Author's purpose) this week. Authors write to persuade, inform and entertain. Some even enjoyed a slice of pie. Yum!!
over 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
The Wautoma Area School District Transportation Department recently Adopted a Highway. The portion of the highway that the bus garage will start cleaning in April stretches from Hwy 21 to CTH Y.
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Kindergarten students at Redgranite Elementary School have been learning all about paper! They have learned about all different kinds of paper, how paper is made, how it can be used in various ways, and how paper can be recycled. On Monday, students learned how paper can be used in the process of paper mache. Then they were able to make their own paper mache cups which they can use to hold small items.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. March 31, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/acTsFRkc3x3WZBdb8
over 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Is your child ready to explore 4K next school year? If so, click the link and start their journey today! https://bit.ly/38zEL25
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite third graders are well on their way to reaching their goal of collecting 200 sets of new pajamas for families in need in Waushara County. They are collecting donations until March 26. Everyone is encouraged to participate in this community service project.  Pajamas can be dropped off at all schools in the district, as well as, the following community locations; Little Sprouts in Redgranite, the Wautoma Health Department in Wautoma and the Public Library in Wautoma.  Please contact Mrs. Petersen, petersenj@wautoma.k12.wi.us, if you have any questions or you would like to donate.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Alison Kintigh
8th grade students have been reading a variety of books relating to mental health and social issues in book clubs with fellow students. This week they wrapped up their book clubs by presenting plot diagrams of their novels with their groups in Miss Rauchle's 8th grade language arts class.
over 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Marsha Walejko
The entire Wautoma High School Forensics Team succeeded in earning qualifying scores with every adjudicator at the Level 1 Forensics Meet held in late February. This week they compete at District – Level 2 meet. Please congratulate and wish them well! Our team members are: Ava Butt, Public Address, responded to the question: “To what degree, if any, should internet access be universal?”; Jazmin Ott, Poetry, presented her original free verse poetry; Madylyn Woyak, Poetry, included the poem “Bubble or Bruise” and the more well-known work, “Alone”, by Maya Angelou in her readings; Owen Mulvey, Moment in History, presented a very well-written “moment” on the life of “The Sun King,” Louis, XIV; and Alyssa Szymanski, Dakota McNeal, and Kaydance Blader presented some original poetry by Alyssa Szymanski on race, sexism, and LGBQT rights, along with other curated works in the Group Interpretive category. Alyssa’s poem “The Dogs on My Street” was particularly powerful. Congratulations to all! Best of luck on your continued success and reward for your hard work at the upcoming Level 2 (District) competition in mid-March!
over 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Is your child ready to explore 4K next school year? If so, click the link and start their journey today! https://bit.ly/38zEL25
over 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. March 24, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/mhiWwrPgu8w1pXP98
over 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Today girls at Riverview celebrated Girl Scout Day by wearing their uniforms to school! For more information on how to join Girl Scouts email jhostettler@gsnwgl.org.
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Nomination from: Mrs. Majeskie I wish to nominate Ryker Withall for Redgranite's student of the month. Ryker has an overall positive attitude about school and school work. He comes to school excited to learn, and is always willing to try new things. He isn't afraid of working hard and puts forth a strong effort to be successful. Ryker is kind and friendly to everyone in our class. He works cooperatively and helps anyone who needs it. Ryker also looks for ways to brighten someone's day with a cheerful note. He has wonderful manners too. Ryker follows all school rules, and he can be trusted to do the right thing, no matter what. When given directions, Ryker doesn't hesitate or complain. He follows directions right away. Ryker doesn't need reminders or even praise to do what he knows is right. He just does it because he takes pride in himself as being a student with strong character. Redgranite Elementary School is a better place because of Ryker and his role model behavior in the character traits.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Alison Kintigh
Students in Mrs. Belter's class find a way to spice up learning of money skills, budgeting and grammar skills. These hands-on skills help students succeed at the lessons objectives.
over 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Is your child ready to explore 4K next school year? If so, click the link and start their journey today! https://bit.ly/38zEL25
over 1 year ago, WASD
Kelly Bolles
Third graders at Redgranite Elementary School will be kicking off the 11th Annual Pajama Drive. New and unused pajama donations will be collected at all schools in the Wautoma Area School District from March 15 to March 26. This year the third grade class is hoping to collect 200 sets of pajamas. Over the last 10 years this community service has been successful because of generous people like you. Thank you in advance for your support.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Kelly Bolles
Third graders at Redgranite Elementary began the FOSS science investigation about Motion and Matter. Students were asked to answer the following focus question: "What happens when magnets interact with other magnets and with paper clips?" After several attempts with magnetic/force activities, students noticed that magnets can push or pull each other and they noticed that magnets attract paper clips. Students are excited to conduct additional activities in the future.
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. March 17, pick up from 8:30-9 am at the school you choose on the form. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/Vc5i8bLDy3V2bJcy6
over 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Meal sign up for Wed. March 10, pick up from 8:30-9 am. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. Please note time change for pick up. Pick up will be on Wednesdays from 8:30-9:00 AM beginning on March 10. (This week, March 3, pick up is still from 10-11) https://forms.gle/k2NZBDu6QcLaL3NQ6.
over 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Don't forget the Scholastic Virtual Book Fair ends this Sunday! Its a great chance to grow those home libraries while supporting Redgranite, Riverview, and Parkside Schools! www.scholastic.com/bf/wautomasd
over 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Kendra Knutson
The A+ After School Program partnered with the Ice Age Trail Alliance to provide a family snowshoe/hike on the Bohn Lake Segment of the Ice Age Trail last Saturday! A volunteer from the Ice Age Trail Alliance guided families along the trail sharing trail history and geography.
over 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Elementary has had a blast kicking off Read Across America Week. The kids wore their best green and found a friend to twin it up with!!
over 1 year ago, Kelly Bolles
Marsha Walejko
WHS students in Mrs. Sluke's Lifetime Activities class spent this beautiful day learning how to cross country ski.
over 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Alison Kintigh
Don't forget to shop the Virtual Scholastic Book Fair this week! The Book Fair ends February 28th. All proceeds will get split among Redgranite, Riverview, and Parkside! Follow the link to learn more: https://www.scholastic.com/bf/wautomasd
over 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
WASD
Today we kicked off National School Breakfast Week! Students that eat school breakfast everyday will have a chance to win a free a' la carte item! Two winners each day from each school. Be sure to check the bottom of your paper boat, bag or tray at breakfast time to find the winning sticker! Remember that school breakfast is free to all students! These two students were the lucky winners at Riverview today! Congratulations to Easton and Alan! #WISchoolMealsRock #NSBW21
over 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
WHS students and staff kicked off Read Across America Week with a silent reading activity this morning. Students and staff are encouraged to dress up for the remainder of the week to celebrate literacy. Tuesday: Twin Day to celebrate Dr. Seuss' Thing 1 and Thing 2 Wednesday: Dress like a Who from Whoville and celebrate at home! Thursday: Wear stripes like the Cat in the Hat Friday: Crazy Sock Day to celebrate Fox in Sox
over 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
Sign up for meal pick up on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at the location you select on the form. You must sign up to receive meals. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00. https://forms.gle/6KxTsqrfxLXy8XG79
over 1 year ago, WASD
Katie Schaefer
Due to the continued arctic blast, drive thru food pantries in Wautoma and Coloma are canceled for Tuesday, February 16th and Wednesday, February 17th. This difficult decision is made to ensure the safety of our volunteers and patrons. At this time, drive thru pantries located in Plainfield and Wild Rose will be open as scheduled. The Waushara County Food Pantry will also be open during their normal hours and can be contacted in the case of a food emergency by calling 787-0641.
over 1 year ago, Katie Schaefer
Katie Schaefer
Congratulations to Logan Johnson for joining the 1000 point club! Johnson achieved this accomplishment against Green Lake/Princeton on February 9th.
over 1 year ago, Katie Schaefer
WASD
Four Wautoma High School juniors were recently inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica Avispones (Hornets) Chapter, sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the induction ceremony for the students has been postponed. The new inductees include: Abby Peterman, Hoyt Keller, Gabe Ascher and Hayley Moore.
over 1 year ago, WASD
Alison Kintigh
Mr. Vanisavveth is introducing 6th graders at Parkside to academic and career counseling readiness by having students recognize how building problem-solving skills now will help them in their future work life. Students will be also recognizing how their current interests may move them toward a career later in life.
over 1 year ago, Alison Kintigh
Marsha Walejko
Congratulations to the Wautoma High School FBLA Chapter in their 4th place finish at Regional Competition Virtually this year. All 27 students who participated finished in the top 8 of their event. Special congratulations to our 5th place finisher: Tim Szymanski In 4th place: Veronica Hernandez, Paige Olson, Abby Peterman, Anna Peterson, Angelo Varela, and Dario Vasquez The 1st-3rd Place finishers advance to State Virtual Competition April 12. 3rd Place: Dylan Kubasta, Chase Mastricola, and Clayton Wilcox 2nd Place: Gabe Ascher, Paige Gustin, Andrew Momsen, DayanaRodriguez-Caballero 1st Place: Sam Weiss, Bryson Buss, Megan Kelly, Hayley Moore, Kylie Kline, Madylyn Woyak, and Sydnee Dunn
over 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Kendra Knutson
Chess Club is back at the Parkside A+ After School Program. The game of Chess helps youth work on problem solving skills, focus, strategic thinking and social skills. Thank you to Ms. Albrecht and Mrs. Stevens for providing this opportunity for A+ students!
over 1 year ago, Kendra Knutson
WASD
Nomination from Mr. Woyak: I am nominating Josiah for student of the month. Josiah treats ALL people in a kind and caring way. He is quick to help others, whether it is with a question on schoolwork or playing a game at recess, Josiah volunteers to lend a hand. Josiah is everybody’s friend. Josiah leads others through his words and actions. Josiah was chosen to work with a kindergarten student that needs assistance with daily activities in class. I can count on Josiah to make positive choices. Josiah is very polite. He has great manners, and thanks me daily for the work I give him. Josiah is determined to be successful in everything he does. He always gives his absolute best effort, even when things are challenging. When he doesn’t understand something, Josiah keeps a positive attitude, concentrates and works hard to gain that knowledge. Josiah’s behavior is outstanding! He pays attention to whomever is speaking, shows great self-control, and follows directions closely. Josiah is a super role model, a fun person to work with, and deserving of student of the month!
over 1 year ago, WASD
WASD
Sign up for meal pick up on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at the location you select on the form. You must sign up to receive meals. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00. https://forms.gle/Tt4rCEyZmwh4MAk7A
over 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
The WHS Art, Music, Spanish, and Physical Education Departments would like to nominate Mallorie Vissers for student of the month. Mallorie has been a member of the band all throughout high school. In addition to all the hard work and dedication she shows as an instrumentalist Mallorie has taken a leadership position in choreographing and instructing the colorguard routines since the spring of her Freshman year. She has been extremely organized and responsible with this task. This year while everything is very different in the instrumental music department Mallorie has been an exemplary student encouraging all of those around her with her genuinely positive outlook. It brought a ton of spirit to the band room when Mallorie suggested the idea for having a bucket decorating contest during homecoming week. She also contributes enthusiastically to our composition unit. While Mallorie has always been a conscientious student who gives her very best effort, this year has shown that even in changing and sometimes challenging circumstances Mallorie continues to bring her best every day. In Physical Education, Mallorie has demonstrated phenomenal leadership skills. From the minute she arrives to class she begins to take on responsibilities of helping with set up, preparing herself for the lesson, kindly and cheerfully speaking to all of her classmates. She displays an energy that is positive and contagious. Mallorie enjoys being challenged and is determined to face and overcome each one of them. She has a healthy competitive spirit balanced by joy when successful, yet humble, sincerely congratulatory and great at praising the accomplishments of others. It has been such a pleasure and blessing to watch this young lady light up the world the way that she does. Mallorie comes to AP Spanish class ready to learn. She is very positive and challenges herself daily in class. When given an assignment or project she goes above and beyond the requirements. When she doesn’t understand a concept without hesitation seeks extra help for a further explanation. She has grown so much during her years of taking spanish. The class taught Spanish I lessons and her game and lesson were thoroughly planned out, and the students enjoyed learning through the creative lesson. Mallorie would like to become a teacher. Her compassion, caring demeanor and willingness to help others will make her an excellent teacher. Mallorie works as a Student Assistant in the Special Education classroom. She assists the students with their classwork, reads to them, and spends time with them. Mallorie is a very positive person who enjoys spending her time with the students and they very much enjoy their time with her. Her friendly and calm demeanor is also very appreciated by the staff in the Special Education classroom. We look forward to watching Mallorie continue to grow. She strives for excellence. Mallorie, keep up the good work!
over 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
WASD
In advance of the extremely cold temperatures expected to continue through next week the mobile food pantry located at the Waushara County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, February 9th and the mobile food pantry located at the Coloma Fire Department on Wednesday, February 10th have been cancelled.
over 1 year ago, WASD
Marsha Walejko
Best of luck to Wautoma and Wild Rose High School wrestlers Hunter Netzler, Christian Weiss, and Colton Martin at tomorrow's sectional meet!
over 1 year ago, Marsha Walejko
Marsha Walejko
Wish them well! Last week WHS students Jazmin Ott, Madylyn Woyak, Ava Butt, and Owen Mulvey represented the Wautoma Hornets at the South Central Conference Forensics Meet. All students did well in their categories with scores in the 21/25 category. Scores in this range will be necessary for these students to continue to the State Level after their Level 1 meet on February 19. Owen Mulv