Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts tomorrow! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
21 days ago, WASD
RV
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2022! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3L60foF
23 days ago, WASD
CPS
Parkside 5th graders have been working on making plaster masks which will later be painted and have other 3D elements added to them.
23 days ago, Alison Kintigh
5th grade
5th grade
5th grade
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts this Thursday, April 28th! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
23 days ago, WASD
RV
Miss Schmidt's class has been working on poetry this week. Check out some of the Acrostic Poems they created!
26 days ago, WASD
Poems
Poems
Looking for something fun for your kids to do this summer? Sign up for Camp Parkside 2022! For more information or to register, visit https://bit.ly/3L60foF
26 days ago, WASD
CPS
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts on Thursday, April 28th, 2022! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
27 days ago, WASD
RV
Riverview Kindergarten and 1st Grade students can’t wait to see you at their upcoming concerts on Thursday, April 28th, 2022! Don’t forget to mark your calendars for what is sure to be a great time! The Kindergarten concert is at 9:30 AM and the 1st Grade concert is at 10:30 AM in the Wautoma Performing Arts Center. We can’t wait to see you there! —-- Los estudiantes de Kinder y primer grado en Riverview están ansiosos de tener sus conciertos que se aproxima el Jueves 28 de Abril del 2022. No se olvide anotarlo en su calendario. El concierto de Kinder es a las 9:30 y el concierto de 1er Grado es a las 10:30 en el centro de Arte junto Wautoma High School . ¡Esperemos verlo ahí!
about 1 month ago, WASD
RV
Riverview A+ After School Program students have been visiting Living Anew Farm this school year to work with horses to develop a variety of skills including leadership, team work and communication.
about 1 month ago, Kendra Knutson
Riverview A+ After School Program Students visit Living Anew Farm.
On Tuesday, April 12, 2022, 16 students from Wautoma High School (four from each grade level) attended the SCC Math Team Competition, with the other schools in our conference, at Westfield High School. Students participated in an individual written test as well as a team test. Level 1 (9th/10th graders) silver awards were awarded to Landon Keller, Laney Panich, and Lyvia Weiss. Level 2 (11th/12th graders) silver awards were awarded to Michael Medina, David Miller, and Dylan Kubasta Overall, Level 1 tied for 2nd place in the conference with Nekoosa, and Level 2 ranked 4th place in conference. The Wautoma students overall (both levels combined) ranked 3rd in conference, receiving 510 points. Pictured are: (front row): Michael Medina, Hayley Moore, Lyvia Weiss, Addison DeMars, Alayna Panich, Ava Butt, Olivia Eckert-Cieslik, Dylan Kubasta, Gabriel Ascher; (back row): Neven Meyer, Dario Vasquez, Landon Keller, Peter Idsvoog, Christian Weiss, David Miller, Tyler McAdoo, Advisor David Urness.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Math
Congratulations to Redgranite Elementary's March Student of the Month: This student possesses outstanding character. She truly embodies all of the character traits and is a leader in our classroom and in our school. Over the past month our school has been focusing on the character trait integrity. This student shows integrity every single day. She is honest and truthful with adults and peers, I can always count on her to do the right thing (even when it is hard), and she goes above and beyond to be a helper in our classroom. When she notices something out of place, she will put it where it goes without any prompting from an adult. When someone is misbehaving, she will use kind words to remind the classmate of the expectations. This student also loves school. She enjoys playing with her classmates and often is the one creating the elaborate play scenarios. This student also loves to learn, when it is time to settle down she is the first one on her learning spot with her body ready to learn. She is often the first one with her hand raised to ask and answer questions while we are learning. During sharing time, this student displays wonderful listening skills. She listens attentively and respectfully to each of her classmates and asks relevant questions to learn more. I am very excited to see the progress this student makes in all of her future years of school. She is off to a WONDERFUL start. It is for all of these reasons, and many more, that I would like to nominate Kaylee Sheller for Redgranite’s Student of the Month. Also, congratulations to the following Redgranite Elementary Integrity Character Trait Awards Winners: Cody Griffin, Ebony Boening (not pictured), Nevaeh Higgins, Ryker Withall, and Connor Hoople.
about 1 month ago, Kelly Bolles
RGSoM
RGCT
Redgranite Elementary staff and students would like to give a big THANK YOU to Deputy Wenzel and Deputy Thor for their visit this week. Students respectfully listened to Deputy Wenzel explain about what he and his K-9 partner Deputy Thor do day to day. They asked thoughtful and respectful questions and listened attentively, raised their hands, and waited to be called on before asking their questions. Deputy Wenzel also brought Thor around for students to pet. Thank you again, Deputy Wenzel and Deputy Thor for your visit, it was paws-itively wonderful!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Bolles
Deputy Wenzel/Thor visit
Deputy Wenzel/Thor visit
Deputy Wenzel/Thor visit
Deputy Wenzel/Thor visit
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed today. Regular testing dates and hours will resume on Monday, April 11th.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Closed
March activities at the Parkside A+ After School Program had students busy teaching, learning and helping in the community! A family night sock hop got families moving and learning about the 50's!
about 1 month ago, Kendra Knutson
Students in Chess Club practice a pawn game with Ms. Albrecht.
The A+ Family Night Sock Hop was a ton of fun with 50's theme food, activities and a DJ!
Students help pack boxes at the Waushara Food Pantry.
Students learning to crochet with instructors and from older A+ students that learned the skill a couple of  years ago at A+!
Congratulations to Landon Keller, WHS Student of the Month for March 2022. It is an honor to nominate Landon Keller for March student of the month. In the classroom Landon is a leader, dependable team member and always has a positive attitude. It never fails that Landon has a smile on his face when he walks into the class, his energy lights up the classroom. When working with peers in the classroom, Landon is determined to work through any problem and help his team members to achieve success. As a coach in the high school, I have always been impressed with Landon’s effort on the court and off the court as well. This summer I asked Landon for his assistance taking admission to girl’s summer league, and he willingly came in and helped us out when we needed it - that’s the kind of team player Landon is. In Chemistry Landon has regularly shown the ability to use creative problem-solving skills. He not only devises unique strategies, but he can also articulate why his method for tackling the problem will work well. Additionally, Landon can often be seen helping his peers in class.
about 1 month ago, Marsha Walejko
1
In Miss H's third-grade class, we spent the month of March improving our multiplication skills. We made a "March Madness Multiplication" bracket where the kids went against each other to see who would be the winner of the class. Miss H's class went against each other until we had a final winner, as well as Mrs. Michalski's class. The end winners from each class went against each other for the final championship. Katelyn and Maya were our winners from each class. Katelyn was our final winner! We talked about how everyone is a winner in our class!
about 1 month ago, WASD
Math
Math
The WASD COVID-19 Testing Site at Crossroads will be closed on Friday, April 8th. Regular testing dates and hours will resume on Monday, April 11th.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Closed
On Tuesday Mrs. Walbrun's Math classes had a lot of fun practicing finding area and perimeter using Cheez It's. Not only did they get in a lot of practice and learning, but they of course enjoyed getting to eat them when done making arrays with them.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Cheese
Cheese
Cheese
The 15th and Final Heroes Musicales benefitting the American Red Cross will be held in-person and virtually this year. Click for more information or to donate: https://musicales.givesmart.com
about 1 month ago, WASD
Heroes
Last week Redgranite 5th graders took to the ice to learn more about the sport of curling. They would like to extend a giant 'Thank You' to the volunteers and members of the Appleton Curling Club for teaching them about the sport and restraining their laughs when their feet were no longer on the ice, but in the air. The kids did an awesome job staying positive and encouraging each other while they were all taking a risk and trying something new and challenging.
about 1 month ago, Kelly Bolles
RG5
RG5
RG5
RG5