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Eat Culver’s, Support AcaDec

Posted in: Community, Events by T. Wetzel

Come out and support your Academic Decathlon team at the Burlington Culver’s from 5-8 PM this Tuesday, April 8th.  Ten percent of all the sales in the restaurant AND through the Drive Thru during these three hours will be donated to Wilmot AcaDec.  Decathletes will personally serve you in the restaurant, giving you the opportunity to wish them luck before they compete nationally in Hawaii later this month. Go Panthers!

Book Fair Going On Now

Posted in: Community, Events by T. Wetzel

The Scholastic Book Fair will be @ Wilmot on April 8 – 11 located in the library. The book fair will offer young adult books as well as some lower level books. Please visit the book fair. You can also order online: http://onlinebookfairs.scholastic.com/default.aspx?f=3371010

Book Fair Hours:
April 8  7:00a – 3:30p
April 9 7:00a – 3:00p
April 10 7:00a – 3:30p
April 11 7:00a – 3:00p

See you at the book fair!

Open Enrollment

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.

Community courses starting soon

Posted in: Community, Events by T. Wetzel

Along with the start of a new year, there are several new community education courses starting soon. Pottery Basics, ZUMBA, & Yoga.

Check out the Community Outreach section on the Community page for start dates, times & more information.

Listening Session set for December 11

Posted in: Community by T. Wetzel

The Wilmot UHS District Leadership Team will be hosting a Listening Session on December 11, at 4:30 p.m. in Room 180 of the High School.  These meetings will occur every 2 to 3 months and there will be no specific agenda for these meetings.  The District’s leaders will be present in order to hear your comments and answer your questions.  Occasionally, those in attendance may be asked for their opinion or guidance on a specific topic/issue.  All parents/guardians, students, and community members are welcome.

Exchange for a Change

Posted in: Community by T. Wetzel

The clothing exchange is a place in our very own school where students can donate unwanted clothing in good condition and even get some clothing if they need to, free of charge! We are in need of some coats and sweaters for the cold winter months ahead of us. Imagine being in Wisconsin weather without a coat!

The clothing exchange is a program that was originally created by Ms. Lena to have clothes for those who needed it. Since its beginning it has grown exponentially. Because of its recent growth the clothing exchange finds itself dwindling with the amount of clothes that can be given. When something grows you need to give it room. Thats what we did with the clothing exchange. We have received an entire room for our use with one problem. There are not enough clothes to fill it up!!! Thats why we are asking you to bring any unwanted gently used clothes to the clothing exchange so you can help your fellow man.

The clothing exchange will be open before and after school. For more information visit Ms. Lena in room 276.