Happy National School Counseling Week! Thank you for all you do for the students and families throughout the Wautoma Area School District.
about 4 hours ago, WASD
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Last week, during the Parkside 8th Grade Acids, Bases, and Solutions Unit, students explored dilute and concentrated solutions by making different concentrations of Kool-Aid. At the conclusion of the experiment, the students especially enjoyed tasting the difference.
about 17 hours ago, WASD
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Breakfast is free to ALL WASD students! Breakfast times are: Redgranite: 7:20 -7:40 Riverview: 7:30-8:15 Parkside: 7:30-8:00 WHS: 7:35-8:00
about 17 hours ago, WASD
Breakfast
WASD Nutrition Department is looking for an individual who loves working with youth to join our wonderful WASD nutrition team at Redgranite school! The hours are from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. daily, 15 hours per week. Basic job duties include: Prepare fruit, vegetables and other food assigned, assist with serving line, assist in daily clean up, sanitation and disinfecting, perform duties of head cook when assigned, during absence of the head cook, 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 [email protected]. 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.
4 days ago, WASD
The Wautoma High School December Students of the Month Nominees enjoyed lunch by El Popo with Wautoma Area School District Administrator Tom Rheinheimer. The December Character Trait was Leadership. Pictured with Mr. Rheinheimer are: Sabrina Adair, Alayna Panich, Neven Meyer (December’s Student of the Month), and Ella Woyak.
5 days ago, WASD
Lunch
The Wautoma Area School District COVID-19 Testing Site at the World War II Memorial Building is Closed Today.
5 days ago, WASD
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On Monday, February 20, the Wautoma Area School District will be administering the Youth Risk Behavior Survey to students in Grades 6-12. The anonymous survey collects data on six health behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and illness in youth and adults. The attached infographic is just a sample of the data collected from Waushara County's three schools in 2020-2021. For more information about the survey or to view the 2020-2021 results, visit https://bit.ly/3IZFsoB.
7 days ago, WASD
Survey
Last week Redgranite Elementary students and their families braved the snowy conditions for our Polar Bear Parade. The weather could not have made this event any more realistic. Thank you to our families for bear-ing the cold and parading around the track with us.
7 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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The 2023 American Honey Queen and Princess visited Redgranite third grade students today. These ladies travel across the US to educate people about honey, beekeeping, and the importance of pollination. The ladies shared their knowledge of honey bees with the students. The children were "buzzing" with excitement after the presentation.
7 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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It is almost time to celebrate Read Across America Week! The district will be having dress-up days to celebrate all things Reading! We can't wait to grow our Literacy Community February 27 - March 3, 2023.
7 days ago, WASD
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Breakfast is free to all WASD students! Check out our updated breakfast menu! https://wautomasd.nutrislice.com
7 days ago, WASD
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The Riverview Character Education Committee would like to present January’s Community Character Trait Award to the Heartland House for Respect. The Heartland House is an assisted living facility where those who live there are treated with the utmost respect daily. Their employees do all they can to care for those who live there, and to help them live with dignity. They know that the people living there have many needs and rights, and make sure to respect those needs and rights on a daily basis. Those who work at the Heartland House follow the golden rule of respect; they treat others, the people who live there, how they want to be treated. This is why we think Heartland House and those who work there are a great example of treating others with respect, and we are thankful for the respect they give and the care they show for others.
10 days ago, WASD
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The Redgranite Student Council wished a "Happy Birthday" to students and staff who celebrate birthdays in January and that will celebrate birthdays in July. Happy birthday!
12 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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On Monday, February 20, the Wautoma Area School District will be administering the Youth Risk Behavior Survey to students in Grades 6-12. The anonymous survey collects data on six health behaviors that contribute to the leading causes of death and illness in youth and adults. The attached infographic is just a sample of the data collected from Waushara County's three schools in 2020-2021. For more information about the survey or to view the 2020-2021 results, visit https://bit.ly/3IZFsoB.
14 days ago, WASD
Survey
Wautoma High School is still looking for Career Day Participants from businesses. If you are interested, please contact Jenna Holland at [email protected] or calling 920-787-3354.
17 days ago, WASD
Career
Reminder: All Wisconsin households can order one free package of five rapid antigen tests each month through "Say Yes COVID Test"! Click to order your tests today: https://sayyescovidhometest.org/
18 days ago, WASD
COVID
We will serve General TSO’s Sweet & Sour Chicken instead of the Hornet Chicken Bowls on Friday, January 20. The menu will include Chinese Broccoli and Morocco Style Oranges for our Around The World in 80 Trays Event! To view the full menu click on the following link: https://wautomasd.nutrislice.com
18 days ago, WASD
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Friday’s feature on the hot lunch line is Moroccan Style Oranges. Fresh oranges sprinkled in cinnamon dust! If you look at the combination of flavors, you'll see that they're a perfect match! Morocco is well-known for the quality of its citrus! #WISchoolMealsRock #AroundtheWorldin80Traysevent!
18 days ago, WASD
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The Wautoma Area School District is Closed Today, January 19th.
18 days ago, WASD
Closed
Thursday's feature is Chinese Broccoli. With authentic flavors of fresh ginger, fresh garlic, rice vinegar, sesame oil, hoisin and soy sauce. It is believed this iconic dish likely originated from a Chinese dish called Gai Lan Chao Niu Rou or “Chinese Broccoli Fried Beef“ Your student is able to sample this dish with their hot lunch. Steamed broccoli will be served as well. Chinese cuisine is one of the oldest in the entire world, reaching all the way back to the first millennia BC, managing to survive, evolve and grow into the behemoth it is today using countless techniques provided not only by cooks, but also fashion trend setters and traditional herbal medicine. #WISchoolMealsRock #AroundtheWorldin80Traysevent!
19 days ago, WASD
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