Best of luck to Wautoma and Wild Rose High School wrestlers Hunter Netzler, Christian Weiss, and Colton Martin at tomorrow's sectional meet!
about 1 month ago, Marsha Walejko
Sectionals
Wish them well! Last week WHS students Jazmin Ott, Madylyn Woyak, Ava Butt, and Owen Mulvey represented the Wautoma Hornets at the South Central Conference Forensics Meet. All students did well in their categories with scores in the 21/25 category. Scores in this range will be necessary for these students to continue to the State Level after their Level 1 meet on February 19. Owen Mulvey and Jazmin Ott also participated in the Oshkosh North Invitational last weekend. Jazmin Ott wrote and presented her own free verse poetry. Ava Butt responded to the question, “Should internet access be universal?” Owen Mulvey chose to write and present a speech on the reign of ‘The Sun King’, Louis, the XIV, of France. Pictured (L to R): Jazmin Ott (Poetry), Madylyn Woyak (Poetry), Ava Butt (Public Address), and Owen Mulvey (Moment in History).
about 1 month ago, Marsha Walejko
Forensics
Sign up for meal pick up on Wednesday, Feb. 10 at the location you select on the form. You must sign up to receive meals. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00. https://forms.gle/mjcv6PZ6t4oagwpF6
about 1 month ago, WASD
Reminder
The students enrolled in the Wautoma High School Translation and Interpretation Class have spent the past semester partnering with the Wautoma Public Library and other community organizations in order to translate documents from English to Spanish. The newest Spanish class offered at WHS allows students who have already completed AP Spanish as well as Native Speakers II to use their foreign language skills to assist the community. Not only has the group worked to translate documents, they also offer their translation skills to the school by creating a monthly display. Previously, the students created and translated items related to Suicide Awareness, while January they featured a display they call, “Goodbye 2020 – Hello 2021”.
about 1 month ago, WASD
Translation
Translation
Translation
Sign up for meal pick up on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at the location you select on the form. You must sign up to receive meals. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 https://forms.gle/4zAtVjtEwxNQo8Fw8
about 1 month ago, WASD
Reminder
Tomorrow is the final day to preorder your 2021 Yearbook! Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
about 2 months ago, WASD
yearbook
Sign up for meal pick up on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at the location you select on the form. You must sign up to receive meals. This form is due on Thursday by 5:00 p.m. https://forms.gle/FdFkABoL1DGKWjF29
about 2 months ago, WASD
sign up
WHS students recognize and thank crossing guard Linda Seymour during National Crossing Guard week. Thank you for playing an integral role in the safety of the staff and students each day, Linda!
about 2 months ago, Marsha Walejko
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In recognition of Crossing Guard Recognition Week, Linda Seymour was honored by the Wautoma Area School District for all her hard work. Thank you for all you do!
about 2 months ago, WASD
Crossing
During the month of December, Redgranite Elementary School was celebrating the character trait empathy. We define empathy as being able to put ourselves in someone else's shoes. This student has the ability to value, respect, and understand another person's views. This is not an easy skill to learn, but this student is wiser than her years and consistently demonstrates empathy in the classroom environment. This student can identify when a classmate is in need of help and simply needs a friend and she is there in the blink of an eye. She doesn’t ask questions, she listens. She doesn’t only help one person, she helps everyone. She not only shows empathy towards her classmates but she shows the adults at our school empathy. The 2020 school year has been tumultuous but she has definitely been a shining star and made the year easier for everyone in the third grade classroom. It is with honor that I nominate Maylee Goddard as Redgranite’s Student of the Month.
about 2 months ago, Kelly Bolles
RG Dec Student of the Month
Wautoma students selected for SCC Literary Magazine Each year, the South Central Conference publishes the conference literary magazine Musings. Teachers representing each school meet to review student submissions and then vote to select the best work from each school's entries. The magazine is then published in the spring. However, due to Covid, the publication of last year's magazine was delayed. Wautoma High school is proud to announce that the following students were selected: Bryson Buss (poetry); Jaina Koerner (poetry); Onycha Schreiner (prose); Teagan Reitz (prose); Aubrey Dickson (prose); Arly Gomez (drawing); Michael Roche (photography); Owen Mulvey (graphic design); Hayley Moore (photography); Dinah Schmidt (oil painting); and James Barbarich (wire sculpture). Pictured: (back row): Arly Gomez, Teagan Reitz, Jaina Koerner and Hayley Moore; (front row): Owen Mulvey and Bryson Buss.
about 2 months ago, WASD
Musings
Don't miss out on ordering your WHS Hornet 2021 Yearbook! The final day to preorder your book is Friday, January 22. Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
about 2 months ago, WASD
Yearbook
WHS FBLA students Hayley and Megan are getting ready for their virtual Regional Competition. Please follow our FBLA Instagram Page to help other students prepare for their regional event! @Wautoma_FBLA
about 2 months ago, Marsha Walejko
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Free breakfast and lunch meals have been extended from USDA to all children 18 and under for the entire 2020-2021 school year regardless of household income. Los desayunos y almuerzos gratuitos se han extendido del USDA a todos los niños menores de 18 años durante todo el año escolar 2020-2021, independientemente de los ingresos familiares.
2 months ago, WASD
free meals
Don't miss out on ordering your WHS Hornet 2021 Yearbook! The final day to preorder your book is Friday, January 22. Any orders after this date will be on a first-come, first-serve basis on Yearbook Distribution Day in May. For more information or to order, visit www.yearbooksforever.com.
2 months ago, WASD
Yearbook
2021 Spring Welding Classes at FVTC in Wautoma.
3 months ago, WASD
Welding
The WHS Music, Art, Spanish, and Physical Education Departments would like to nominate Dylan Lederhaus for student of the month. Dylan is an enthusiastic student who challenges himself and has an energy that is contagious to everyone around him. Here are what some of the staff have to say about Dylan: In Physical Education, Dylan arrives to class with a spirit and energy that is contagious. He works very hard and treats all of his classmates with kindness and respect. He is a great leader. Students look up to him and imitate his example. He is honest and humble regardless of whether or not his team is winning or losing. It is a pleasure to have him in class! Dylan is currently the drumline captain of the high school band. Despite a very different start to the year Dylan has been consistently enthusiastic and encouraging to his fellow bandmates. He also serves as a TA for the concert band. Throughout the fall he was always willing to jump in to lead a warm-up or rehearse a piece with his peers. Dylan even wrote a piece of music for the bucket band to play at homecoming. In addition to concert band, Dylan is also a leader in our jazz ensemble and currently doing very well with our ukulele unit. Dylan regularly challenges himself to learn new things. This was evident from his first semester at WHS where he joined jazz band on drum kit. He has played in both jazz and symphonic band every semester since and in the pit of all of our musicals. The other band students love the energy that Dylan brings to class each day. He is especially well-suited to his future career goals in music education. Dylan has enrolled in his first year of Concert Choir and has been a consistently positive member of the ensemble and has brought a level of energy and enthusiasm that is needed given the odd circumstance of the year. He is also in AP Theory and has been doing a great job working on his skills as a musician despite technology frequently giving us challenges at every turn. He has remained positive throughout the troubleshooting process and continues to challenge himself daily. Dylan’s musical skills pump the fans up at athletic events. Drum solos rule! We appreciate all the wonderful traits that Dylan brings to our school community and feel he is well deserving of the honor of student of the month.
3 months ago, Marsha Walejko
DL
Happy Holidays from Redgranite Elementary! 🎄🎅
3 months ago, Kelly Bolles
Redgranite Holidays
Redgranite Holidays
Redgranite Holidays
Congratulations to 2nd grade student, Brooklyn; Brooklyn was Riverview's November Student of the Month. Nominated by 2nd grade teacher, Ms. Wagner stated, "Brooklyn is a student who shines in the classroom. Everyday she comes in with a positive attitude, ready to tackle any tasks ahead of her. She always gives 100% when it comes to her learning. When asked to do an assignment, she always goes above and beyond what is expected of her. She writes stories like no tomorrow and always wants a challenge when it comes to learning new math concepts. I never have to worry about whether or not she gets her at home learning done because she always does, and does so with a smile on her face. She is also a great classmate. When others need help or are getting frustrated, Brooklyn is the first one there to offer a helping hand. Brooklyn is a perfect role model for showing others what it means to be responsible as a student and as a classmate. She strives to do the right thing, even when no one is looking." For those reasons and many more, Brooklyn was selected as Riverview's Student of the Month.
3 months ago, WASD
SOM
On Friday, December 18 the Redgranite 5th graders graduated from the DARE Program. They did a fantastic job over the course of the last 12 weeks completing all of the lessons and then completing a final DARE Project to show what they learned.  There are a few award recipients to mention: Jaxson Reitz - Buck Batterman Award  Carson Myers, Adysen Tetzlaff, and Blake Wakeley - DARE Project Awards
3 months ago, Kelly Bolles
DARE Graduation
DARE Graduation
DARE Graduation