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Whitewater Unified School District Welcomes....
 on August 09, 2017

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 t...

 
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Middle School Projects Underway.......
 on August 09, 2017

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Summer Learning is for Teachers Too......
 on August 09, 2017






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!




 
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Mrs. Weigel's Class Interviews the U.S. Library of Congress
 on August 09, 2017

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. I...

 
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Track Season Concludes with a Conference Win!
 on May 15, 2017









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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Caps for Cures
 on May 15, 2017




We did amazing with our Caps for Cures Campaign for Cancer Awareness Week in April.  The Whitewater Unified School District collected over $1000.  Way to go Whitewater.  The check was sent to support research at the UW Children's hospital in Madison.  


 
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Mathlete Winners for 2016-2017
 on May 12, 2017

  Again this year, the top Mathlete students have shown themselves to be extremely diligent and hardworking. This year’s amazing Mathlete winners are: 5th place and receiving an honorable mention – 7th grader, Elijah Grall, 197.5 points and 14 weeks of completion 4th place and receiving an honorable mention – 8th grader, Reilly Aschenbrener, 241 points and 17 weeks of completion 3rd place and receiving a medal – 7th grader, Reese Brantmeier, 297.5 points and 20 weeks of completion 2nd place and receiving a me...

 
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WMS Jazz Band and Show Choir Tour Local Schools
 on May 12, 2017




The WMS Jazz Band and Show Choir have wrapped up their season!  We are very proud of their accomplishments and musicianship growth, as well as their leadership and great representation of WMS on our tour.  

Congratulations, Jazz Band and Show Choir!




 
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German Taste-Testing, Yummy!
 on May 05, 2017







Students in Mrs. Fero's 7th grade had the opportunity to make and try potato pancakes. While reading the the novel Friedrich, students could put themselves into the setting in Germany with the smells and tastes of the pancakes. Students tried them plain, with syrup, or with applesauce. Many were pleasantly surprised that they liked them.





 
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French Culture Explored by 8th Grade
 on May 05, 2017

Students in Madame Behrens’s eighth grade French classes had the opportunity to explore “all things French” on a field trip to Milwaukee! The tour began at Père Marquette Park where students learned about the history of the French explorers in Wisconsin. Then it was onto the Joan of Arc Chapel to explore the significance of Jeanne d'Arc in France's history. Students also enjoyed dining at Lake Park Bistro where everyone sampled an authentic boeuf bourguignon. Perhaps the highlight for students was our fi...

 
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7th Grade to Washington D.C.
 on May 05, 2017

On April 24th, 51 students from WMS travelled to Washington DC for five days to see their lessons in the classroom come to life! Highlights of the trip included seeing the US Senate in session, hearing a First Person testimony at the Holocaust Museum, watching a musical at the historic Ford's Theatre, and cheering on the Washington Nationals against the NY Mets. Students also gained many real-life skills such as budgeting their spending money and navigating the city entirely via public transportation! This is an amazing learning opportunity and s...

 
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Caps for Cures
 on May 05, 2017

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We did amazing with our Caps for Cures Campaign for Cancer Awareness Week in April.  The Whitewater Unified School District collected over $1000.  Way to go Whitewater.  The check was sent to support research at the UW Children's hospital in Madison.  
 
 
 





 
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Robotics Club Showcased at Shedd Aquarium
 on April 12, 2017

The Whitewater Middle School robotics club delved deep into the world of engineering and science to successfully design and build a remotely operated vehicle (ROV) capable of exploring an aquatic environment. On March 25th, their hard work paid off as they traveled to an event in Chicago hosted by the Shedd Aquarium to showcase their underwater robot. In addition to driving their own ROV, students had the opportunity to drive a professional, research ROV from UW-Milwaukee's Freshwater Sciences Department, fly an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV), an...

 
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Alice and Wonderland Jr. Musical:  April 6 and 7 @ 7 pm
 on April 04, 2017

If you are looking for a perfect way to the start long awaited spring, plan on attending the Whitewater Middle School production of “Alice in Wonderland, Jr.” on Apr. 6 and Apr. 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the Whitewater High School Auditorium. On a perfect summer day in the park, Alice sees a White Rabbit hurrying by. Curious to know where he is going, Alice follows him into the dark tunnel, thus beginning her adventure. The Thurs., Apr. 6, show is a “Pay What You Can” evening, with suggested donations of $5 for adults and $3 for st...

 
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SLALN ACADEMIC BOWL RESULTS
 on March 13, 2017

Congratulations to the fifteen 6th, 7th, and 8th grade students that represented Whitewater Middle School at the Southern Lakes Advanced Learners Network Academic Bowl on March 10 in Fort Atkinson. Six school districts participated. Whitewater Middle School did very well earning second place overall with 700 points.  Stone Bank took first place with 739 points and Elkhorn came in third with 649 points.  Other participating schools were East Troy - 604 points, Fort Atkinson - 592 points, and Delavan Darien - 518 points.   ...

 
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Math 24 Winners - 7th Grade
 on March 02, 2017

Congratulations to the 7th graders that competed in today's Southern Lakes Advanced Learners Network Math 24 meet. Everyone that participated did an outstanding job and Whitewater was well represented easily coming in first place (out of five districts) for a total team score of 777 points.    Reese Brantmeier earned 222 points and the first place trophy. Second place was won by Savannah Hill with 188 points and third place by Elijah Grall with 129 points. Fourth and fifth place trophies went to Clinton students. Audrey Mayer won t...

 
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Arts Immersion Day
 on March 02, 2017

Arts Immersion Day was held today at the UW-Whitewater Fine Arts Center. Four seventh grade students were each able to choose two sessions that they attended out of nine different offerings. While there, students also watched the final showing of the musical “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee” and participated in a talkback session with the actors and actresses.  Arts Immersion Day is an annual 7th and 8th grade event organized and sponsored by the Southern Lakes Advanced Learners Network...

 
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6th Grade Turtle and Shark Dissection Day
 on March 02, 2017

Environmental educators from Nature’s Classroom Institute in Mukwonago came to Whitewater Middle School on the morning of Friday, February 10th to dissect turtles with selected 6th grade students as a classroom extension project. The NCI volunteers then came back in the afternoon to dissect sharks with the same students.  Students were able to see firsthand what the turtles and sharks had recently eaten and how their bodies are specially adapted for optimum survival in their environment.  It was especially exciting to study the eye and to...

 

Why Whitewater? - Jun 15, 2017

Why Whitewater?  View our new video showcasing the school district.

We are proud of our many offerings and educational opportunities that exist for our students.  Our students succeed because of the high level of community and staff support.

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Fee Collection Day - Aug 3, 2017

Fee Collection is upon us once again.  You can find information regarding what fees are required, new student registration, and student pictures on our website here

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Sergeant Tom Rich on Cyber Education - Aug 7, 2017

Come join Whitewater Unified School District as we welcome Sergeant Tom Rich to our community on Monday, September 18, 2017 at 6:30 pm at the High School Auditorium as he brings awareness to the personal and legal consequences of misusing technology.  Find more information on this flyer.

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