On Wednesday, Douglas Student Ambassadors were “Door Dash - Douglas Style” delivery people. From stocking orders to service with a smile, they delivered! Thanks to our parents, families and PTOs for supporting these fun projects this week!
28 days ago, Lynn Linskens
Students at Douglas poured on the gratitude for Teacher Appreciation Week! From a "thank you note" table to Door Dash - Douglas Style, they were excited to show the Douglas Staff how much they appreciate all they do!
29 days ago, Watertown School District
Check out the final group of Ms. Moulton’s students who are now officially certified in Red Cross First Aid, CPR and AED! 146 kids were trained this school year! 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!
29 days ago, Lynn Linskens
CPR Training
Let's give a big #WatertownWay shout out to our amazing WUSD school nurses as we celebrate them today on National School Nurses' Day. Their dedication to the health and well-being of our students goes above and beyond.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
WHS String Choir earns a FIRST at State! WHS music students who earned their way to WSMA State Solo/Ensemble performed at UW-Whitewater on Saturday, April 29. Pictured here is the String Choir, who earned gold for their performance. Nice job!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
String Choir
The German Language and School Association (Deutscher Sprach- und Schulverein, also known as the DSSV), based in Milwaukee, annually recognizes outstanding achievement by German students in Wisconsin with a ceremony and monetary awards. On Sunday, May 7th, Brad Vick was honored at the ceremony for his performance on the National German Exam. Jack Zoellick and Conor Hawes were also recognized, but were unable to attend the ceremony. Congratulations to all!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Schurz Elementary had their 1st winners of Mrs. Wendt's "Lucky Ducks!" teacher appreciation week giveaways on Monday.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin is coming to Watertown High School on Friday, May 12th.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Watertown School District is hosting a community blood drive at Webster Elementary School on Saturday, May 13th from 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Reserve your spot today! Sign up at bit.ly/wsdmay23. Giving warms the heart! It's the #WatertownWay!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Blood Drive
Let's give a #WatertownWay shout out to all of our WUSD teachers as we celebrate Teacher Appreciation week. "Let us remember: One book, one pen, one child, and one teacher can change the world" - Malala Yousafzai
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
WUSD would like to recognize our hard-working Nutrition Services staff for the work they do each and every day to ensure our students are well-nourished, giving them the very best opportunity to thrive in the classroom. With gratitude, we honor you today!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
School Lunch Hero
These Douglas student ambassadors are hard at work preparing to serve as tour guides! They worked together with Mrs. Lessner to create talking points about each area of the school for new families. Student leaders are the best!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
A #WatertownWay congratulations Olivia Ruetten, Cole Peterson and Gage Adkins for being our WHS Rotary students for the month of May.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
We had fun this morning during our morning meeting with the activity Sentence on a String. Each student had to come up with a word to add on and build a sentence. We used a ball of string and rolled it to a friend when it was their turn to add to the sentence. In the end, we had a fun web connecting all of our words together to make this sentence: One cat was lost in New York in the park, and the state governor found him under the car and took him home.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Sentence on a String
Watertown families recently hosted 14 students from WHS's partner school in Germany, the Werratalschule in Heringen. German and American students shared their cultures while at school as well as at local businesses Berres Brothers and Mullen's Dairy Bar (which was declared to have "the best burgers in America"). They also visited the Watertown fire department and the state capitol, where Senator Jagler and Representative Penterman made time for them. The students also enjoyed a Brewers' game and many other social events. In June, 14 WHS students are travelling to Germany and will be hosted by the same students who were here.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Last week was National Library Week! Our WUSD library media specialists and paraprofessionals work hard to offer students a wide range of literacy, STEM and technology programming at all grade levels. Here are a few snapshots of the work they do in our libraries every day. Please join is in giving them a #WatertownWay thank you for all they do!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Webster Elementary School held Cool, Awesome and Terrific Students (CATS) lunch on Friday, April 28. Each month Brad Clark, Webster Principal, eats lunch with a group of Cool, Awesome and Terrific Students. These students are picked by teachers in grades 5K-5 for making great gains in an academic area or working super hard. Way to go!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Congratulations to the RMS SkillsUSA team!!
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Douglas Elementary students enjoyed a game of dodgeball during the beautiful warmer weather on Friday.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens
Lincoln STEM Panda Bots in Mrs. D's K/1 class have been learning about the structure and function of everyday items in PLTW. During this unit they created beanstalks to hold eggs, 3 little pig houses strong enough to withstand a wolf and paintbrushes that would paint in a special way.
about 1 month ago, Lynn Linskens