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2016 Summer School Registration Now Open

2016 Summer School Registration is Now Open!! Registration deadline is Wednesday, March 23rd. Click Here to view the 2016 Summer School Course Guide. Courses will begin June 13th through July 14th, 4 days a week. Please contact Laura Figas, Summer School Secretary at 715-856-5153 x413 or figasl@wausaukee.k12.wi.us for any additional information. 

Congratulations Lydia Schaal for Winning 1st Place in the 2016 Summer School Course Guide Competition!! Lydia won a $10.00 Gift Card and Lunch with Mr. Hammes!! Great Job Lydia!! Pictured : Mr. Hammes, Lydia Schaal, Mrs. Russ

Congratulations Lydia Schaal for Winner 1st Place in the 2016 Summer School 
Course Guide Competition!! Lydia won a $10.00 Gift Card and Lunch with Mr. 
Hammes!! Great Job Lydia!!

School Bus Driver Appreciation Week!! Thank you for keeping our students safe!

School Bus Driver Appreciation Week!! Thank you for keeping our student safe!

Congratulations to the Ranger Powerlifters who competed in the Neenah Invitational Meet

Congratulations to the Ranger Powerlifters who competed in the Neenah Invitational Meet this  weekend.  All members put up their personal best Saturday.  The team also took home 4  metals.   Michael Gretzon took 3rd in his JV division with a combined weight of 630 lbs. Andy Schaal also took 3rd in his JV division with a total of 770 lbs. Wesley Schaal reached a personal best of 770 lbs.  Amber Dunlap increased her total to 600 lbs. Sawyer Dunlap took 3rd in his division with a combined total of 995 lbs. Austin Dunlap took 1st in his division with a combined total of 1,310 lbs. Great job Wausaukee Rangers!  Thank YOU Coach Lindbeck!!

Congratulations to the Ranger Powerlifters who competed in the Neenah Invitational Meet this weekend. All members put up their personal best Saturday.The team also took home 4  metals.  Michael Gretzon took 3rd in his JV division with a combined weight of 630 lbs. Andy Schaal also took 3rd in his JV division with a total of 770 lbs. Wesley Schaal reached a personal best of 770 lbs. Amber Dunlap increased her total to 600 lbs. Sawyer Dunlap took 3rd in his division with a combined total of 995 lbs. Austin Dunlap took 1st in his division with a combined total of 1,310 lbs. Great job Wausaukee Rangers! Thank YOU Coach Lindbeck!!

OPEN ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN

The Open Enrollment Application Season for the 2016/2017 School Year is February 1, 2016 through  April 29, 2016. This program allows parents to apply for their children to attend public school in a school district other than the one in which they reside.  For more information please contact Laura Figas, District Administrative Assistant 715-856-5153 Ext 413. You can also stop in the District Office and pick up an open enrollment brochure, or visit DPI's open enrollment website at http://oe.dpi.wi.gov/.

 

Why should people consider Wausaukee for their child's education?

  • We saved parents $136,132 in college tuition!  We do not limit the number of college credits that students can take (which many other districts do).  Many leave our doors with over 30 college credits and some are well on their way to earning certifications and degrees.  THAT is college and career ready!

  • We have small class sizes--the average class size in Elementary is 15 students, in Junior High is 17 students, and the High School is 14 students.  We are committed to providing individual attention to meet our students’ needs!

  • We have a committed staff who embrace learning, who receive world-class training, and who collaborate to make the best decisions for their students!

  • We have instructional coaches to support our teachers in implementing high quality curriculum and applying research and best practices in the classroom!

  • We have a strong extra-curricular program with robust participation!

HI-Q MATCH RESCHEDULED

Due to the weather, the HI-Q match scheduled for Tuesday, February 2nd has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 25th at 1:30. 

Daddy Daughter/Mother Son Sweetheart Dance for Grades KG-5th on Saturday, February 20th

The Class of 2019 will be hosting a Daddy Daughter/Mother Son Sweetheart Dance for Grades KG-5th on Saturday, February 20th from 5 PM - 8 PM, Grand March at 7 PM. Snacks and beverages will be provided. Letters will be sent home with students Tuesday, February 2nd with ticket information. Admission will be $10 dollars a couple. Hope to see you there!! 

Little Ranger’s Playgroup

Does your 2-5 year old child want to make some new friends?

 

Do you want to meet parents of children the same age as yours?

 

The Little Ranger’s  Playgroup is an opportunity for  you  and your family to stay, play, and learn. Group activities lead by early  childhood professionals in our  district.

 

Playgroup will be held from

9:15-11:00am on

January 29, February 19, 

March 11, April 8,  and May 13

 

Contact Carol Primakow 715-856-5151 x265 to Sign Up Today!!

 

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