Douglas Elementary second grade students love using the new building kits that the Media Center has available to them!🧰
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
Media Center
A reminder that the window for 4K and 5K enrollment is now open! More information can found at https://www.watertown.k12.wi.us/page/enrollment-and-registration.
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Students in Ms. Witucki's 3rd grade class at Douglas love spending time with their class pet!🦎
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Check out these Riverside students having a little 4-Square fun in RMS PE!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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10 donors needed! Donate blood at the Riverside Middle School blood drive on February 10th from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm and receive $5 off your order at Cousins Subs as a thank you for donating! Use the QR code or link to sign-up: bit.ly/wsdfeb24. Did you know that each blood donation can help save potentially 3 lives?? Not only are you giving back to a local WI patient in need, you are also helping your own body! Donating blood has many benefits such as burning between 600-650 calories, improves cardiovascular health, and lowers the risk of heart attacks, strokes, and cancer.
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Watertown High School is very excited to announce that the 2024 A.E. “Mike” Bentzin Memorial Watertown High School Assemblies Program is Donald Driver. Donald is a Green Bay Packers’ All-Time Leading Receiver, Super Bowl Champion and Dancing with the Stars Champion. He is also an author of a chart-topping book called The 3D Body Revolution. Come to the WHS Auditorium on Thursday, February 29th, as Donald shares his story and how he has continued to show his desire to give back. The program begins at 5:45 p.m. WHS doors open at 5:00 p.m. with limited seating available in the auditorium. Overflow seating will be held in the Commons with the program being livestreamed. If time permits, there will be a photo-op following the presentation.
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Let's give a #WatertownWay shout out to our WUSD school counselors as we celebrate School Counseling Week! The positive impact they make in the lives of our students is remarkable!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
School Counselors
Schurz Elementary students in Mrs. Wyse's 5th grade class presented posters they created showing off a math strategy on how to do double digit multiplication. They learned 5 different strategies!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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WHS senior students are recognized for their academic achievements, participation in athletics, school organizations, and the contribution to the Watertown Community. Students will join the Watertown Rotary Club each Monday at their weekly meetings and luncheons. February: Ryley Wolfe is the daughter of Jeremy and Keri Wolfe. Ryley has been involved in multiple honor societies including Tri-M Music Honor Society, National Art Honor Society (currently Vice President), and National Honor Society. Ryley has also participated in HOSA-Future Health Professionals, Visual Art Classic, and WSMA State Honors Band. Outside of WHS, Ryley is a member of the Lake Mills City Band and participates in karate. Ryley is currently working at Hardee’s and is planning a future in healthcare. Tristan Maxwell is the son of Brittany Kehl and Michael Maxwell. Tristan has been involved in Marching Band, Jazz Band, Pep Band, Musical Pit Performances, and the Badger Honors Band. Tristan is also the Vice President of the Tri-M Music Honor Society and a member of HOSA-Future Health Professionals. When not at WHS, Tristan participates in the Watertown Municipal Band and can also be found working as a CNA at The Marquardt. Tristan is planning on attending college to become a music educator. Callen Smith is the son of Dave and Ricky Smith. Callen has been involved in football, lacrosse, National Honor Society and the WHS Athletic Leadership Club over his four years of high school. Callen has also been a volunteer for youth flag football and youth lacrosse. Callen plans on attending a four year university to study wildlife conservation.
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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February is CTE (Career and Technical Education) Month. We would like to recognize the WHS CTE teachers for all their hard work and dedication to their students and programs!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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The window for 4K and 5K enrollment is now open! More information can found at https://www.watertown.k12.wi.us/page/enrollment-and-registration.
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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On Friday, January 26th, German students from WHS gathered with German-speaking members from the Watertown community at Osaka. We exchanged stories and experiences and shared our love of the German language and culture! Follow “German at WHS” on Facebook to keep abreast of upcoming community events, including the date and location for February’s Stammtisch!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
Stammtisch
Yo-Yo Record- Holding & World Champion, Mark Hayward, visited Lincoln STEM this past Thursday evening to share how being persistent helped him become what he is today and to show off some of his tricks. Each child in attendance received a book, a snack and a 3-D Printed yo-yo project.
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Our #WatertownWay 2024-25 4K and 5K program enrollment will open on Monday, February 5, 2024! The WUSD offers dual language, multi-age, STEM, agricultural/environmental, eCampus, traditional, advanced and specialized programming to support all students’ unique abilities and passions! For more information, please go to https://watertownwi.sites.thrillshare.com/page/enrollment-and-registration!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Mrs. Kowalski 's kindergarten class at Webster taking time during recess to enjoy all the snow!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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Check out these cool kids in their hats that they made for science! Mrs. Godfroy's 2nd graders at Schurz Elementary were stuck on an island with only a paper bag, string, a paper plate, tin foil, and 2 clips. They had to make a hat to shade their face from the sun. Look at the creativity they came up with!!
2 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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These fifth buddies at Douglas were headed outside to test out a giant paper airplane with messages of kindness! Kids across Douglas (and the globe) are busy completing the Great Kindness Challenge this week!
3 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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More snow fun at Douglas Elementary! ❄️☃️
3 months ago, Lynn Linskens
SnowFun
To celebrate the end of first semester, Webster 4th grade held a Connect 4 challenge for interested students. Jaxon, Balin, Bennett, and Isaac were the top contenders who battled it out at the end. After a tie game, Isaac was able to pull off another win and be the unofficial Connect 4 Champ! Here are a few pictures from the final rounds.
3 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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K-5 students at Webster Elementary recently participated in an activity during their Media classes by building a lighthouse robot. Check out these awesome creations! Not only did the robot light up but so did the students' faces 😊.
3 months ago, Lynn Linskens
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