Dodge Correctional gave every MVP student a pumpkin!
High School students guiding MVP first graders
Ms. Amerling's WIN students and Mrs. Brieske's 1st graders are collaborating this school year on a new project, Felt Monsters. On October 1st high school students went to MVP to read the book I Need My Monster, after the book the 1st graders were able to create their own monsters & share their monster's favorite things. The high school students are now in the process of creating the monster drawings into stuffed monsters that will be delivered to the students later in the school year.
Mrs. Bruene’s kindergarten class has been learning how to retell a story with the book Mrs. Wishy Washy. Students dressed up like the characters and acted out the parts with a “tub” and some “mud”. In writing, they have been learning how to draw pictures of objects and how to add kindergarten writing to their stories.
October 8th: Warrior Walk
October 9th: Fire Prevention Assembly
October 21-24: Take a Stand Against Bullying Week
Rock River's Rally 4 the Rock was an enjoyable time for all. Students and staff participated in the event running laps to raise funds to support field trips, assemblies, and playground supplies (like balls, hoops, and a gaga ball court).
Donations can still be made to Rock River by either sending it directly to the school or going online to funrun101.com/rockriver. Since donations can be made online, it's easy for friends and relatives who live far away to participate. The fundraising event ends October 14th.
October 14: Packer Day (or support your favorite team)
October 17: Rock River Family Math Night
October 22: 3rd grade trip to the Horicon Marsh
October 25th: No school for students
October 24 & 29 Parent-teacher conferences
November 11: Presentation for Veterans
Monday, 10/14: PTO Meeting at 5:00 at SAGES
Thursday, 10/17: Parent/Teacher Conferences, Book Fair
Tuesday, 10/22: Parent/Teacher Conferences, Book Fair
Field Experiences at SAGES
Every other Friday afternoon, SAGES' learners are invited to take their academic learning and connect to real world experiences outside the classroom respecting our mission of "Walls Optional". Students were able to use their reading and math skills and apply them to the amazing world around us! What great learning happened!
AP Art History
Art history students model and act out artwork from the ancient Sumerian culture.
Warriors showed off their school spirit this week by dressing up for Homecoming week. Left is a photo of "Tourist Day" and Right students sporting black and gold for "Spirit Day".
The senior class was victorious in this year's Powder Puff competition.
October 6th-18th Students and teachers from Germany visit WAHS.
October 9th Parent/Teacher Conferences 4-7 pm
October 15th NHS Induction
October 18th Picture Retake Day
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15 Questions to Replace ‘How Was School Today?’
A request from the WASD School Board:
The Waupun Area School District Board of Education is looking to create an Ad-Hoc Committee to investigate and review the district's plans regarding the safety of students, our staff, and the community.
It is anticipated that this group will meet one to two days a month after school for the 19-20 school year. (Dates and time commitment will be discussed with the group - anticipated 4-5 pm.
If you are interested in offering to be a participant please let us know by completing the following: form requesting your name, email and phone number. Contact Steven Hill firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-324-9341 for further information.
LINK TO SIGN UP.