Let's give a huge shoutout to our Overwatch 2 Esports team and Coach Lockstein! Our amazing Overwatch 2 team battled their way to the Division 2 State Championship this weekend! They started off strong, defeating New Holstein in the semifinals, which secured their spot in the final match. Facing off against Edgewood in a nail-biting championship game, the team fought hard but ultimately came in second place, earning the well-deserved title of State Runner-Up! A huge congratulations to the players who represented our school at the championship!
Get your tickets for The Musical "Catch Me If You Can" presented by WHS! March 8 & 9 @ 7:30 PM & March 10 @ 3:00 WHS Auditorium Adults — $15.00 Students/Seniors — $12.00 Tickets — www.goslingmusic.org
Let's give a huge #WatertownWay shout out to our WUSD school bus drivers who get our students to and from school safely every day! Be sure to thank your bus driver for their dedication to the safety our students.🚌
All of our WUSD 5th Graders and their teachers experienced a Kindness Retreat with Youth Frontiers last week! Check out these pictures from this impactful day. Kindness is the #watertownway! Shout-out to WHS for hosting us, and to our amazing high school students who served as group leaders for the retreats!
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.
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!
A friendly reminder that there is no school on Monday, January 15, 2024, due to a teacher work day!
Monday, January 8th was the first day of rotations for Mr. Gibson’s Health Observations class. 4 of the 5 days during the week, students get the opportunity to shadow medical professionals at the hospital and other local private practices. Pictured is half of this trimester’s class. Back row, from left to right: Emma Wuestenberg, Sophia Nieto, Hannah Trujillo, Brielle Mueller. Front row: Calli Tuchscherer, Abbigail Oldenhoff and Amy Beck.
Watertown High School will host Freshman Preview Night on Tuesday, January 9, 2024 for incoming 9th grade students (current 8th grade students)! This is a fantastic opportunity for incoming 9th grade students and families to prepare for their transition to Watertown High School for the 2024-25 school year by learning more about course offerings, the course registration process, and academic as well as extracurricular opportunities available at WHS. We highly encourage all incoming students and families to attend! 5:45 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.: Orientation & Freshman Course Information Presentation (WHS Auditorium) 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.: WHS Stations and Self-Guided Tour of WHS (Watertown High School) More information can be found at https://www.watertown.k12.wi.us/article/1394811.
Students celebrated the holidays by making DIY Paper Bag Star Crafts while enjoying oranges and candy canes with Mrs. Meracle and Mr. Johnson.
The Watertown Unified School District is now accepting declarations of candidacy for the WUSD School Board. For more information, please visit: https://www.watertown.k12.wi.us/page/election-information.
The Watertown Unified School District sends you warm wishes and a wonderful Thanksgiving celebration with friends and family.
Watertown High School Key Club is a volunteer based student organization. Students are provided various volunteer opportunities throughout the school year. These volunteer opportunities can be within the school district as well as the Watertown community. Please reach out to Mrs. Fuller, Key Club advisor, with any volunteer opportunities that can be shared with our high school students.
First year German students competed against other classes to see which class could be the fastest at passing a ball to every student while counting in German. They came up with creative strategies to increase their speed!
Congratulations to the Gosling Marching Band for their 2nd place finish in class AAA at the Milton Redhawk Invitational last Saturday. The band was awarded a school record score for their performance. The Goslings will wrap up their competitive season at the State Marching Championships on October 14 at UW-Whitewater.
The WHS Class of 1993 recently held their 30th class reunion. During half time of the homecoming football game, they presented WHS Principal Josh Kerr with a donation in memory of 11 unique and wonderful classmates that have been lost.