Due to technical difficulties, the Wautoma Area School District will use the permission slips you provided to complete the necessary paperwork for Nordic Mountain for your child to be able to participate in the tubing field trip. If you do not want the district to complete the paperwork (i.e. waiver), using the permission slip, please contact the school for additional directions by Friday, January 26. If you have not returned the permission slip, please do so by Friday, January 26, or your child will not be able to attend the trip. Thank you, Parkside Staff
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Earlier this month, “Mr. Dan” officially retired from the Wautoma Area School District. We want to thank Dan for his service to the students and staff as the head custodian at Wautoma High School for the past 25 years! Congratulations!
about 1 month ago, WASD
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The Riverview Character Education Committee presents January’s Community Character Award to 4-H for Determination! Determination is a big piece of being a part of 4-H. Students can choose to be a part of 4-H and get to experience many things that allow them to show determination. They can show determination through hands-on activities like learning archery, baking, painting and so much more! Learning a new activity or skill can be frustrating, 4-H students practice determination while they find new strategies. Determination also means listening to the directions of their leaders so they can learn each step and not give up until they accomplish their goal. They can also work toward leadership roles, for example, some participants take care of animals and show them at the fair. There are many challenges that come with caring for animals, feeding them, and training them, so 4-H students have to rely on determination to overcome those challenges, too. These reasons and more are why we believe that 4-H is very deserving of being recognized for the character trait of Determination.
about 1 month ago, WASD
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On January 9th, America celebrated Law Enforcement Appreciation Day! Due to school closings, Redgranite third grade students celebrated with several officers on Friday, January 19. In order to show our appreciation for the job that they do, students invited Waushara County officers into their classroom to visit. The children wrote letters of appreciation to Waushara County officers. The students were able to share their letters and they were able to ask the officers some questions. We would like to send a heartfelt thank you to all the officers who were able to attend. Thank you for taking the time out of your busy schedule to visit us! We support you! Thank you Deputy Brian Wenzel and K9 Thor (Waushara County Sheriff's Office), Deputy McKenna Brecht (Waushara County Sheriff's Office), Lt. Ryan McElroy (Waushara County Sheriff's Office), Chief Nathan Klapoetke (Wild Rose PD), Officer Lafe Hendrickson and Grizz (Wautoma PD), Officer Justin Jackson (Wautoma PD), and Officer Brie Chappa (Redgranite PD) for visiting!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Bolles
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#AroundtheWorldin80Trays #WISchoolMealsRock
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Congrats, Aubrie!
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Today marks the last day of 80 Trays Around The World Event. Today, students will get a chance to try North African Gumbo! The dish combines ingredients and culinary practices of several cultures, including African, French, Spanish, and Native American with a combination of spice and vegetables. Most food historians agree that this popular South Louisiana dish name has its origins in Africa. #AroundtheWorldin80Trays #WISchoolMealsRock
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Next week, Thursday! Don't miss out on the fun! Registration is required, please use link below to register. Space is limited! Hosted by Laci Moore, FoodWIse Nutrition Coordinator, UW Extension & Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director & Hornet Market Coordinator, Wautoma Area School District https://forms.gle/uK6VisxeP6192z4X8
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Here are some photos of some of the students at Redgranite this morning that were enjoying farm fresh scrambled eggs from Heim Farms that is located right in Redgranite! Thank you again, Heim Farms, the students really enjoyed it! #FarmToSchool #F2S #WISchoolMealsRock
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Today’s meal features Ukrainian Chicken Plov. The word plov denotes a dish made of rice or wheat cooked in stock or broth with spices to which are added ingredients such as meat and vegetables. #AroundtheWorldin80Trays #WISchoolMealsRock
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MENU CHANGE for breakfast tomorrow! Due to school closure from inclement weather last week Friday we were not able to serve our farm fresh eggs that were planned. We will now serve the farm fresh scrambled eggs tomorrow, Thursday, Jan. 18, at breakfast time at each of our schools! Make sure your students line up for breakfast! A reminder that breakfast is free to all WASD regardless of income! Here is the original post: A big thank you to Heim Farms, Redgranite, WI for donating 90 dozen of farm fresh eggs for our school breakfast program! We will be serving fresh scrambled eggs at each of our schools on Friday, Jan. 12th. Breakfast is free to all WASD students regardless of income! WASD recently received a Breakfast Expansion Grant and will be implementing more fresh from scratch cooking and minimally processed foods to the breakfast menu! #WISchoolMealsRock #F2S
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Today’s meal features Japanese Sesame Oil Broccoli. Japan is the world's largest sesame importer. Sesame oil, particularly from roasted seed, is an important component of Japanese cooking and traditionally the principal use of the seed. Broccoli may not be native to Japan, but its vibrant green florets have found a place in the heart of Japanese cuisine. Introduced in the modern era, this cruciferous vegetable quickly adapted to the Japanese palate, offering both a burst of color and a wealth of nutrients. #AroundtheWorldin80Trays #WISchoolMealsRock
about 1 month ago, WASD
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We will be participating in the Wisconsin Chili Lunch next month! #WISchoolMealsRock #f2schili #wichililunch
about 1 month ago, WASD
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Today, Jan. 16 we are serving German Bavarian Meatball Sandwich on the lunch menu as part of our #AroundtheWorldin80trays event this week! Frikkadel (meatball) is a cuisine of Germany. It is a rounded, flat button meatball often linked to the German version of meatballs. Bavarian cuisine is a style of cooking from Bavaria, Germany. Bavarian cuisine includes many meat and Knödel dishes, and often uses flour. Fun Fact: Germany has many foods named after places. Have you ever wondered why a hamburger doesn’t have any actual ham in it? That’s because it’s named after the city of Hamburg. And it’s not the only food that is named after a place either. Frankfurter hot dogs originated from Frankfurt and Battenberg cake comes from the town of Battenberg. Bavarian is related to the southern German state of Bavaria. #WISchoolMealsRock
about 2 months ago, WASD
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Wautoma High School is presenting a FAFSA Night on tomorrow evening, January 15th, at 6:00 PM in the Wautoma High School Library for all 2023-2024 Seniors. The event will include a presentation about the FAFSA (Free Application of Federal Student Aid). Following the presentation, students/families will be able to complete the FAFSA that night with the help of volunteers and FVTC FAFSA expert Mike Gawel. The FAFSA is required for all students hoping to receive financial assistance if they plan to attend a technical school or college after graduation. Please see below for the information on what to bring with you to complete the FAFSA. - 2022 Federal Tax Return and W2s - 2022 Untaxed Income Records, such as child support or veterans's non-education benefits - Information on savings, investments, business assets and farm assets (if applicable) - Driver’s License (if you have one) - Cell phone (if you have one) Social Security Number - Alien Registration Card or Permanent Resident Card (if you are not a U.S. citizen) - Date of birth for parents - Month and year of parents’ marriage, divorce, or separation It is helpful if your FSA ID is created prior to the event, but is not required. Please reach out to school counselors, Brittaney Krueger or Brittany Marshall-Zoellner shall you have additional questions.
about 2 months ago, WASD
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The Wautoma Area School District will be closed on Friday, January 12, 2024, due to inclement weather. All after school activities and events are also canceled.
about 2 months ago, WASD
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Keep showing off those character traits!
about 2 months ago, Kelly Bolles
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Wautoma High School is presenting a FAFSA Night on Monday, January 15th at 6:00 PM in the Wautoma High School Library for all 2023-2024 Seniors. The event will include a presentation about the FAFSA (Free Application of Federal Student Aid). Following the presentation, students/families will be able to complete the FAFSA that night with the help of volunteers and FVTC FAFSA expert Mike Gawel. The FAFSA is required for all students hoping to receive financial assistance if they plan to attend a technical school or college after graduation. Please see below for the information on what to bring with you to complete the FAFSA. - 2022 Federal Tax Return and W2s - 2022 Untaxed Income Records, such as child support or veterans's non-education benefits - Information on savings, investments, business assets and farm assets (if applicable) - Driver’s License (if you have one) - Cell phone (if you have one) - Social Security Number - Alien Registration Card or Permanent Resident Card (if you are not a U.S. citizen) - Date of birth for parents - Month and year of parents’ marriage, divorce, or separation It is helpful if your FSA ID is created prior to the event, but is not required. Please reach out to school counselors, Brittaney Krueger or Brittany Marshall-Zoellner shall you have additional questions.
about 2 months ago, WASD
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This class is coming up fast! Don't miss out! Join in on the fun! Registration is required, please use link below to register. Space is limited! Hosted by Laci Moore, FoodWIse Nutrition Coordinator, UW Extension & Tami Stansbury, Food Service Director & Hornet Market Coordinator, Wautoma Area School District https://forms.gle/uK6VisxeP6192z4X8
about 2 months ago, WASD
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The Wautoma Area School District is closed on Tuesday, January 9th, 2024 due to inclement weather. All after school activities and events are also canceled.
about 2 months ago, WASD
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