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
4 days ago, WASD
Reminder
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 15 hours ago, WASD
STEM
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!
3 days ago, WASD
Books
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!
4 days ago, Marsha Walejko
Fall HOCO
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!
4 days ago, Kelly Bolles
Avery Fink unwrapped the orange Dilly Bar and won a year of treats at Dairy Queen.
Silas Sullivan enjoys his Dilly Bar from Wautoma DQ.
5th grade could hardly hold in their excitement for a Dilly Bar treat!
Parkside's 7th graders are dissecting owl pellets in science today! How interesting!
7 days ago, Alison Kintigh
owl pellet
 owl pellet
owl pellet
owl pellet
During Mrs. Wheaton's class, students recently used a hydraulic system they built to move ping pong balls.
8 days ago, WASD
Game
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!
8 days ago, Marsha Walejko
CM
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.
8 days ago, WASD
Board
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!
8 days ago, WASD
Nurse Cari
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.
8 days ago, WASD
AC
AC
AC
AC
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
9 days ago, Marsha Walejko
SCC
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.
10 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG3
RG3
RG3
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
11 days ago, WASD
Reminder
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.
12 days ago, WASD
Camp
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!
14 days ago, Kendra Knutson
A+ Rock Climbing
A+ Rock Climbing
A+ Rock Climbing
A+ Rock Climbing
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!
15 days ago, WASD
B Day
B Day
B Day
B Day
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.
16 days ago, WASD
Camp  Parkside
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.
17 days ago, Kendra Knutson
4th & 5th Grade Rock Wall Club
4th & 5th Grade Rock Wall Club
4th & 5th Grade Rock Wall Club
4th & 5th Grade Rock Wall Club
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.
17 days ago, Marsha Walejko
Forensics