Come cheer on our #WatertownWay Gosling Boys Basketball team as they take on Milwaukee Bay View on December 1st, and take part in a fun, family holiday event too! There will be photos with Santa, snacks, games, t-shirts, and raffles! All proceeds will go to the Watertown Humane Society. We hope to see you there!
Our #WatertownWay team wants to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving! We are so thankful for you!
Check out Ms. Moulton’s students who are now officially certified in Red Cross First Aid, CPR, and AED! Thank you to the Educational Foundation of Watertown for granting the funds for their Red Cross certifications, and to the Riverside PTO for granting funds for portable CPR breathing barriers! These students are now equipped with the skills and knowledge to someday save a life! 💙🤍💙
On Sunday, November 20 the Watertown Elks Lodge will be hosting their annual Hoop Shoot contest! The Elks Hoop Shoot, funded by the Elks National Foundation, is a free throw contest 🏀for children ages 8 to 13. Age-groups are determined by the contestant’s age as of April 1, 2023.
Honoring our veterans - today and always.
Who's got Panther spirit?! We do! Check out this link to order RMS Panther gear for the whole family: https://riversidepanthers-22.itemorder.com/shop/home/! Deadline to order is November 12th! #RMSPantherPride
Come join #WatertownWay WHS Gymnastics Coach Jenna Kirchoff as she hosts a boys and girls gymnastics camp this Saturday, November 12th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at WHS! Follow the link for more information and to sign up: https://5il.co/1kdiy. 🤸 🤸♂️
It's School Psychologist Week! We would like to give a big #WatertownWay SHOUT OUT to our amazing WUSD School Psychologists - Ms. Renner, Ms. Speder, Mr. Champeau, Ms. Roost and Mr. Rice! Thank you for all that you do!
👀 Look who was named a Marquis Who's Who Distinguished Leader - our very own WHS Athletic Director Jamie Koepp! Check out the feature below that was published in the Wall Street Journal! We are so proud of you, AD Koepp! #WatertownWay
On Wednesday, #WatertownWay 6th grade Dual Language Social Studies students at RMS had the fortunate opportunity to learn more about Egypt (ancient and modern) from a native Egyptian! WHS foreign exchange student Lojin Elkassas shared many interesting facts about her native country, and even taught the students some words in Egyptian Arabic! She also left the students a parting gift of a bookmark that included English letter equivalents of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics. Thank you Lojin!
Join us tonight at 5:00 p.m. at WHS to cheer on our #WatertownWay Lady Goslings as they take on the Oconomowoc Racoons in the Sectional Semi-Final! Go Goslings! 🏐
Mr. Foley's #WatertownWay 8th Grade students competed in a team building challenge. The mission was to rescue a "victim" from a disaster situation. Students worked in teams of three people to design and build wooden stretchers and platforms to complete the task and save a life!
🏀 Hey Gosling Fans! 🏀 Basketball season is right around the corner! Get your spirit apparel now and support the WHS boys basketball program by visiting https://bsnteamsports.com/shop/DVQtuxRvkC! The online store closes on October 31!
On Saturday, November 19th, the WUSD will be hosting a Community Blood Drive offered by Versiti Blood Centers. Fall into giving this season and donate! Please consider making a difference in someone's life - you won't regret it! Bonus - each donor will receive a buy one, get one coupon for Noodles & Company! Yum! 🍲 Sign up here: https://donate.wisconsin.versiti.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/255279
This one is taking it back in time! #WatertownWay RMS 6th graders recently finished a unit about the Roaring 20’s. They researched famous people from the 1920’s and 1930’s and then came to a mock speakeasy dressed as that person. They had something to eat and drink, told the class a little about themselves, listened to some jazz music and watched a Charlie Chaplin film!
#WatertownWay 8th grade students worked in groups as they created literacy dominoes of their section of The Crossover to ultimately observe the narrative arc - a story's full progression!
These #WatertownWay 7th grade science students built their own weather tools to try to predict the weather! 🌦️
#WatertownWay students in Eric Kleine's 6th grade Dual Language Social Studies class at RMS explored "La Tumba del Faraón Desconocido" (The Tomb of the Unknown Pharaoh). Over the past three days, students learned about Egyptian Hieroglyphics and the letters they represent in the Latin alphabet. Each pair of students then wrote two sentences about one aspect of this Unknown Pharaoh's life and posted it on the wall. The students entered the "Tomb" just like egyptologists would - with only flashlights to guide their way - and translated the hieroglyphs into Spanish, which was not an easy task given that the writings sometimes read left to right, right to left, or up and down. They then wrote a field report to an Egyptian newspaper that included his name and details about the Pharaoh's life. What an awesome learning experience!
It's National School Bus Safety Week! The WUSD would like to thank all of our #WatertownWay bus drivers and support staff for all that they do to safely transport our students and staff! We appreciate you!
These #WatertownWay teammates want you to have a fantastic Friday and wonderful weekend!