Discover Whitewater Middle School
Every Graduate an Engaged Lifelong Learner

401 South Elizabeth Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone: (262)472-8300
Attendance Hotline: (262)472-8300
Fax: (262)472-8310

Principal: Dr. Tanya Wojciechowicz
UPCOMING EVENTS
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  • Whitewater Unified School District Welcomes....

    Always Connected

    Sgt. Rich’s goal is to create “teachable moments” to help bridge the gap between students and adults, be they administrators or parents. He aims to open the lines of communication through education and awareness by sharing both the personal and legal consequences of misusing technology, social media, and popular apps like Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and so many others.

    Sgt. Rich challenges audiences to go beyond stereotypes, become upstanders, and to be aware of the dangers that lurk behind the screen. In doing so, he addresses the problems that children face using technology and how these pitfalls not only lead to cyberbullying, but also to dangerous behaviors like cutting and suicide.

     

    Using videos and creative solutions, Sgt. Rich’s high energy presentations lead the audience on an engaging journey, showing how the many forms of communication available today can also be used positively. He reinforces the idea that character education and supportive school climates are the keys to changing our youth’s experiences.
     

    • FREE CHILDCARE and supervised OPEN GYM as only adults will be admitted to the auditorium
    • REFRESHMENTS will be served!
    • WIN A KINDLE FIRE!






     
  • Summer Learning is for Teachers Too......

    Behrens Summer




    Even though it's summer, our WUSD World Language Department is hard at work!  Ms. McNulty (WHS Spanish), Mrs. Behrens (WMS French) and Mrs. Palmer (WMS Spanish) recently attended a conference on assessment in Madison.  They are excited for the start of the new school year!
  • Mrs. Weigel's Class Interviews the U.S. Library of Congress

    Weigel Summer

    On June 13th, the United States Library of Congress received 19 interviews of local U.S. veterans conducted by middle school students in Mrs. Weigel's PLT. The interviews were done as part of the American Folklife Center's Veterans History Project. The mission of this project is to collect the oral histories and personal experiences of veterans who have served in the U.S. military. These interviews, as part of the Library of Congress's permanent collection, will be made available as primary sources to be used by historians and students. In May, the students in the Veterans History PLT hosted an Open House at the middle school to thank the veterans for their participation in the project and for their service to our country.
     
  • Track Season Concludes with a Conference Win!









    Congratulations to the 7th and 8th grade boys and girls track teams for an outstanding season and a special acknowledgement ?to the 8th grade girls team for winning the conference meet. 
    Throughout the season all teams demonstrated leadership, teamwork, and the drive to improve their performances while having fun doing it! This is a very talented young group and it will be exciting to watch them grow and develop as athletes in the years to come! 
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