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)!
19 days ago, WASD
Coloring Contest
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.
20 days ago, Kelly Bolles
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RG3
RG3
Information regarding the WHS Class of 2021 Commencement Ceremony:
20 days ago, WASD
Graduation
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.
21 days ago, Kelly Bolles
SoM - May
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.
21 days ago, WASD
Spanish
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.
21 days ago, WASD
Airplanes
Airplanes
Airplanes
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!
21 days ago, Marsha Walejko
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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!
21 days ago, Marsha Walejko
2021  Seniors
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Check out the dates for the June Drive-Thru Pantry.
22 days ago, WASD
June
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.
26 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG Bike Rodeo 2/3
RG Bike Rodeo 2/3
RG Bike Rodeo 2/3
RG Bike Rodeo 2/3
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!
29 days ago, Kelly Bolles
RG3
RG3
RG3
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.
30 days ago, WASD
Vet
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 month ago, WASD
sign up
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 month 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!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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!
about 1 month 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!
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 month ago, WASD
Reminder
Parkside's 7th graders are dissecting owl pellets in science today! How interesting!
about 1 month 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.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Game