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(Wee Care Child Center 5:30-6:30 p.m.)
Monday, Jan 13th-MVP, and Waupun Preschool Education
Tuesday, Jan 14th-Alto and SAGES
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MVP families enjoyed Polar Express Night with favorite holiday stories read by teachers. Children also enjoyed visiting with Santa, milk and cookies, and shopping at the PTO Santa Store! It was a fun week of learning and preparing for the holiday!
January 17: Family Movie Night
(Fundraiser for MVP Access for Recess)
January 20 - Inservice Day :No School for Students
January 27 - Rock River annual Spelling Bee 3:30 pm
Thursday morning Mrs. Sauer and the 6th grade band visited the Jr/Sr High School band room to 'try it out' before becoming a 7th grader next year.
Mr. Gil Shaw from Fork Farms and Mr. Matthew Mastrangelo from A'viands Food Service came to SAGES to talk with our fifth and sixth graders learners about the partnership between Fork Farms, A'viands, and SAGES. Mrs. Sheri Hicken and her learners will begin growing herbs to provide to our district food service for our hot lunches. We are so proud to have these learning partners and to be able to provide "Farm to Table" experiences for our learners!
Wednesday, January 8-Wednessday, January 22: Winter i-Ready assessments
Monday, January 13: PTO Meeting 5:00
Monday, January 20: No School, Teacher Inservice, Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Friday, February 14-Monday, February 17: No School, Teacher Inservice
Junior High Valentine's Dance-Thursday, February 13th, 3:30-5:30 pm.
We are looking for parent volunteers to chaperone or donate snacks/beverages. If interested, please contact Mr. Thuecks or Mrs. Sponholz at (920) 324-5591.
Cristal Espinoza works on senior athlete banners in the Warrior Innovation Center.
Painting I students provide feedback to their classmates during a class critique.
January 13th Jazz/Show Choir Concert
January 20th No School-Teacher Professional Development
January 22nd Parent/Teacher Conferences
With the upcoming winter weather apporaching for the weekend I wish to share informaton regarding school closing.
We try to keep schools open, if it’s safe to do so. When schools close, many families have issues with child care and their own employment. Parents can always make the decision to keep their child(ren) at home during challenging weather.
The District monitors weather conditions in advance as much as possible, as well as the night before and early in the morning. We consult with a meteorologist, other nearby school districts, our busing service, and townships, city and county authorities. We generally make the decision in the morning so that we have the most accurate and timely information.
On days when the weather is bad, announcements of school closings will be made before 6:00 a.m. when possible. A message will be communicated via a phone call, text, the district app, Facebook and local television and radio stations (see our website for more details).
When Waupun Area Schools are closed for the day, it means that all activities scheduled in school buildings for that day are canceled, including all Recreation Department programs, after-school programs, and athletics.
Generally, once the school day has started, Waupun Area Schools try to avoid dismissing early to avoid complications with transportation and family child-care arrangements. However, if your schedule allows and if you feel your child will be safer at home, you can pick your child up before the end of the school day.
I appreciate your understanding and patience with the challenges I face in making these decisions and value your support in helping your child get to school safely on inclement weather days. The safety of our students and staff is my first priority when making weather-related decisions.
Continue to follow our Facebook page, Twitter accounts, emails and District Website for updated information.