Posted in: Events by T. Wetzel
Don’t forget, Parent/Teacher Conferences will be this Thursday, March 13th from 4:30pm until 7:00pm. Please remember to review your student’s schedule and grades through your Skyward Family Access account prior to attending the conferences. Wilmot Union High School is working hard to go green so there will not be printed schedules at conferences.
Additionally, this Friday, March 14th is an early release day. School will be dismissed at 11:20am**. The release time is 24 minutes later than originally planned, this is due to minutes required to makeup from our cold days.
Posted in: Athletics by T. Wetzel
The Wilmot Lady Hoopsters are now 2 games away from the state tournament. The 2 time SLC Champs travel to Waukesha West this Thursday to take on McFarland at 7 PM, in an attempt to become the 1st girls basketball team in 30 years to advance to the state tournament. A student fan bus is available forThursday night’s game in the high school office and tickets are on sale for $5. Come out and show your school spirit this weekend by supporting our awesome girls basketball team.
Posted in: Activities, Events by T. Wetzel
The spring musical, Grease, will be performed in the Lance Haas Auditorium on April 10th, 11th and 12th at 7:00 p.m. All tickets are $5 sold at the door. This audience favorite, written by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey, is based on the greasers of fictional Rydell High School and is set in 1959. The musical is loosely based on the Pink Ladies and Burger Boys of Taft High School in Chicago, the school attended by both Jim Jacobs, the playwright, and spring musical director, Deb Fragale. “I only attended Taft my freshman year, and it was in the late sixties toward the end of the greaser movement and the beginning of the hippy era, but I remember the baggy greys and ratted hair on my classmates,” stated Fragale. Read more…
Posted in: Events by T. Wetzel
The students of Be The Change Team have been working hard to put together events throughout the week of March 10th – 14th for the students. Their goal is to try and bring back some positive vibes and welcoming atmosphere to all students felt by Challenge Day! Each day of the week is going to have a theme.
Posted in: Student Recognition by T. Wetzel
The annual Conference Academic Bowl took place last night in the Lance G. Haas Auditorium. Wilmot’s team finished 2nd out of 8 teams for the second straight year behind Waterford.
Four Panthers were first team all-conference: seniors Savannah Rivers in English Literature, Carter Dybing in Physical Science, Katie O’Brien (tie) in Overall Literature, and sophomore Carl Simmons (tie) in Biology.
Seniors Trey Turner and Neil Driscoll were second team all-conference in Physics and U.S. History respectively. Each missed tying for first by one question. Sophomore Angela Schumacher also placed 2nd in Geography.
Lauren McCluskey in World History, Alyssa Gregory in World Literature, and Ty Mulcahy in Algebra finished 3rd in conference for honorable mention honors.
The Science team comprised of Trey Turner, Nick Van Kampen, Carl Simmons, and Hannah Vozel placed first in conference. The Social Studies, Literature, Math, and Current Events teams from Wilmot all finished 2nd in the 8-team field.
Posted in: General by T. Wetzel
Vote for Wilmot to win $10,000 for the special education department! Click this Wilmot UCT video link to vote. You can vote once per day through March 14th. Like the video on Facebook and share it on social media; we need all the votes we can get. This money could be used to purchase iPads, SmartBoards and assistive technology for students with special needs at Wilmot.
Posted in: Community, General by T. Wetzel
There are many great reasons to enroll at Wilmot. In this video, two senior students describe the great things WUHS has to offer for students. Open enrollment registration window ends April 30, 2014. Click here to open enroll.