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 [email protected].
about 10 hours ago, WASD
EBT
EBT
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 10 hours ago, Alison Kintigh
wands
Levitation
levitation
catapult
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 12 hours ago, Alison Kintigh
Nature Explorers
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 12 hours ago, Alison Kintigh
Easy Rider Biking
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.
1 day ago, WASD
Milk
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 [email protected]. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
3 days ago, WASD
Join
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
5 days ago, Alison Kintigh
Storybook Cafe
Jigsaw Puzzles
Kindness Nation
Outdoor Cooking
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 [email protected]. Call 920.787.7112 or visit www.wautomasd.org for an application. The District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. -end-
7 days ago, WASD
Job
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.
7 days ago, WASD
Free
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 [email protected]. For Questions, please contact Ms. Stansbury at 920-787-7112 ext. 1011. This is an equal employment opportunity.
9 days ago, WASD
Join
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!
13 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG Fun Day
RG Fun Day
RG Fun Day
RG Fun Day
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!!!
13 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG Fun Day
RG Fun Day
RG Fun Day
RG Fun Day
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
13 days ago, WASD
Art
Art
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
13 days ago, WASD
Tile
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!
15 days ago, WASD
Volleyball
To view Parkside School's live-streamed 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony tonight, visit https://youtu.be/JS-FyPZOkYM.
15 days ago, WASD
Promotion
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.
15 days ago, Marsha Walejko
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Information regarding the Parkside School 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony:
16 days ago, WASD
Promotion
Congratulations to the Wautoma High School Class of 2021! To view the graduation slideshow, visit: https://bit.ly/34r5BHh
18 days ago, WASD
2021
Information regarding the WHS Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony:
19 days ago, WASD
Graduation