National Honor Society Induction Ceremony
Junior Inductees: McKenna Cunningham, Cristal Espinoza, Brady Gerritson, Nicholas Hicken, Haley Huenink, Julia Loomans, Brady Navis, Alysa Pattee, Hannah Scholten, Delaney Stelsel, Jackson Wegner
Senior Inductees: Caden Bernier, Jarrett Buchholz, Allison Indermuehle, Liberti Jonas- Jongebloed, Aaron Schouten, MaKya VandeBerg, Adam Vanderkin
We had a great time at the Ebert’s Pumpkin Farm today! We enjoyed watching a play called Earl the Squirrel. The kids loved picking out their own pumpkin and creating the arts and craft project. They also enjoyed exploring all the other hands on activities and games available to them throughout the little village!
We would like to thank all the families that supported the Warrior Walk Fundraiser! The funds raised allows us to take the students to these awesome fun, hands on learning field trips throughout the school year.
October 21: Team Up Against Bullying (wear a sports jersey)
October 22: Bully Free from our Head to our Toes (crazy hat and sock day)
October 23: Put Bullying to Bed (pajama day)
October 24: Show your True Colors (wear true colors shirt)
All over the school, students at Rock River are working to build their focus and stamina while reading independently.
October 22: 3rd grade trip to the Horicon Marsh
October 25th: No school for students
October 24 & 29 Parent-teacher conferences
October 30: Student flu shots available
October 31: Classroom fall celebrations
November 11: Presentation for Veterans
November 12: Picture Retake Day
Buddy Friday at SAGES
Tuesday, 10/22: Parent/Teacher Conferences, Book Fair (3:30 - 7:00 pm)
and T-Shirt Tuesday: Fall Shirts (pumpkins, leaves, etc. )
Friday, 10/25: No School, Teacher Inservice
Wednesday, 10/30 : Cookie dough forms due back
One Friday a month, we dedicate time in which SAGES' learners spend an hour with their buddy grade level. This helps us to promote relationships among different aged learners, and also offers opportunities for students in grades 3-6 to learn leadership skills and how to be role models for the younger students.
WAHS students attended the ProStart Wisconsin-Career & Industry Expo yesterday!
The event introduced students to the vibrant foodservice industry and showcase the many career opportunities available to them. They also had an opportunity to connect with potential employers and colleges.
Ashley Franz-Class of 2014
AP Government & Politics
Mr. Dickhut invited Ashley Franz in to share her education and career pathway. Ashley is the Events Coordinator for Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers. She graduated from WAHS in 2014 and attended the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to her current position, she worked as an intern for Tammy Baldwin's campaign.
October 21st Fall Choral Concert, JH @ 6pm, HS @ 7pm
October 25th No School-Teacher Inservice
October 30th Community Halloween Bash (WAHS) @ 4pm
November 6th Pathways & Partnerships
The Waupun Area School District extends a great thank you for your support with our 2019/20 homecoming parade and game. It was wonderful to see the strong community turnout to support your school district. For the first time most our schools participated along with your elected school board members. We were able to shake hands and say thank you to many. If we missed you then I wish to say thank you for your support.
Here is a great short read on the imporatance of sleep.
Link to Website and information
School-aged children need between 10 and 11 hours of sleep per night. Not getting enough sleep is common in this age group, given increasing school obligations (e.g. homework), evening activities, and later bedtimes. Sleep problems are also common in school-aged children, including sleepwalking, sleep terrors, teeth grinding, nighttime fears, snoring, and noisy breathing