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
6 days ago, WASD
Reminder
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!
2 days ago, Kendra Knutson
Building a toothpick and gumdrop bridge.
Building a toothpick and gumdrop bridge.
Building a toothpick and gumdrop bridge.
The toothpick and gumdrop bridge held 400 pennies for 1 minute!
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.
2 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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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.
3 days ago, Marsha Walejko
Barn Boards
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.
3 days ago, Marsha Walejko
String Project
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!
4 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG5
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.
4 days ago, Marsha Walejko
Wilson
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.
5 days ago, Marsha Walejko
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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.
5 days ago, Marsha Walejko
FBLA
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State FBLA
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.
5 days ago, Kendra Knutson
A+ 1st graders are learning about dinosaurs in their enrichment program. Here they are being paleontologist and discovering dinosaur bones.
A+ 1st graders are learning about dinosaurs in their enrichment program. Here they are being paleontologist and discovering dinosaur bones.
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?
6 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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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
6 days ago, Marsha Walejko
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Mark your calendars for the 2021 SCC Art Show!
10 days ago, Marsha Walejko
SCC
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.
11 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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RG3
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.
11 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG4K
RG4K
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.
12 days ago, Marsha Walejko
Forensics
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.
12 days ago, Marsha Walejko
SOM
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.
12 days ago, Marsha Walejko
DQ
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
13 days ago, WASD
Reminder
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.
17 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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