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Beginning this year, all athletic and activity registration is online. Please use the link below: https://wilmotunion-ar.rschooltoday.com/Read more…
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As a professional learning community, Wilmot Union High School's core purpose is to ensure our students are college, career, and civic ready by fostering a culture of life-long learning.
We've developed a detailed Vision Plan through collaboration of education stakeholders.
The Wilmot Union High School Office and District Office will be closed during the Winter break starting Wednesday, December 23rd through 25th and the week of Monday, December 28th through January 1st, returning to normal business hours on Monday, January 4th, 2016. Have a safe and enjoyable holiday!
“Wear It 4 Less”
Everything on the two grid walls in the Paw are now on sale! Don’t miss out on your chance to get some great items, even Go Pink items!
All hoodies are $10
All sweatpants are $10
All T-shirts are $5
All long-sleeved shirts are $7
And various other shirts (polos, track jackets, etc.) for $10
If you buy any one sale item you can get any sale T-Shirt on the grid wall for $4 (excluding Go Pink T-Shirts)
This is the one chance to get your spirit gear for the best price the best place. Come on down to The Paw!
We’re open during lunch!
Thank you everyone that helped with Relay for Life last year, especially Kelsey Chapman and Mrs. Tilsner for helping our school, and putting in so much of their time. It is that time of the year again when we are having committee meetings- don’t worry if you missed our first meeting, all you need to do is go to room 265 (Mrs. Tilsner’s room) and ask her for a committee slip. Our next meeting is in a couple of weeks and they are so much fun to attend. They are full of laughter, fun, and ideas for this year’s relay. Anyone who was on a relay team last year and wants to do a team this year again, please go to (relay.acsevents.org/site/TR/
Students please plan on visiting the Grand Geneva booth on Friday, October 16th during lunch. Representatives from Grand Geneva will be here to discuss their upcoming job fair. See this flyer for more information.
The Wilmot Union High School District is currently seeking applicants to fill a vacant Board position. Qualified applicants must establish residency in the district by October 7, 2015, and be at least 18 years old. Applicants should send a letter of application to Daniel S. Kopp, District Administrator, Wilmot Union High School District, PO Box 8, Wilmot, WI 53192, no later than October 14, 2015. Additionally, all applicants are asked to report to room 180 of Wilmot Union High School at 6pm on October 28, 2015 for a board meeting where they will be interviewed by he members of the Board of Education.
Liberty Mutual Insurance Play Positive is awarding $2,500 as part of their Play Positive Pledge program which promotes sportsmanship in youth sports.
Here’s how it works: Every adult who takes the Pledge to promote sportsmanship earns one point for their organization. The ten (10) organizations around the country that get the most points at the close of the period (October 15th) will earn $2,500.
For more information on the Pledge, visit https://www.
Click the link below to Support Wilmot Union High School and take the Pledge today!