WUHS offers 3, 4, & 6-week summer school sessions for students seeking credit recovery and academic enrichment. Please read the information in the following PDF documents. Included are course offerings, [...]
The Business & Information Department held it’s 14th Reality Check event. The event gives seniors a unique learning experience. Students determine monthly income based on salary, marital status, and children. They made financial decisions on housing, buying a car, insurance, utilities, groceries, and other expenses. A student may even get hit with an unexpected medical bill or traffic citation.
Watch this time lapse video during Reality Check today-
The event also makes great connections with the volunteers and local business that give their time each semester. The event is part of the Financial Literacy course required for all seniors. The course is taught by Mr. Jake Erbentraut and Mr. Ken Kerkhoff. Hats off to everyone that helped make this an outstanding, educational event.
The Wilmot High school boys basketball program is hosting a youth camp for 4-9 graders Monday through Thursday, June 17 – 20. Campers in fourth through sixth-grade will meet from 1 to 3 p.m., followed by seventh- to ninth-graders from 3 to 5 p.m. The cost is $50, and families who have more than one camper will receive a $10 discount for each additional participant. Each camper also will receive a t-shirt.
The camp, which will be run by the high school coaching staff, will focus on the fundamentals of the game through a number of drills. Campers also will have a chance to participate in daily competitions.
All camp sessions will be held at the high school, 11112 308th Ave., Wilmot. For more information, contact Wilmot varsity head coach Jake Erbentraut at 414-379-3667 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wilmot’s 4th annual Relay for Life is being held this Friday, May 17th at 6:00pm. This American Cancer Society sponsored event focuses on celebrating the people who survived cancer, remembering those who lost the battle against cancer and fighting back against the disease so that it can not claim the life of anyone else. For the staff and students participating in this event, please remember that this event is going on rain or shine and that proper outdoor wear is greatly recommended. We have 12 hours of planned activities ranging from music, games, school band performances, and other fun things that will be sure to keep everyone awake and will be a night you won’t forget.
This summer, there will be two summer camps for tennis players. One is designed for students going to be 6-8th grade next fall, and the other is for high school students. Both camps will run June 17-21 and July 8-12. Please see the appropriate sign up form for more information.
For all athletes wanting to learn and perform drills that will increase their speed and agility for all sports. All athletes are encouraged to attend this camp, no matter gender or what sport you play!The camp is run by Coach Jeremy Happel of A3 Performance Center and our own Coach Erick Kaiser Read more…