Lincoln STEM students have been busy growing lettuce on their hydroponics machine. The Student Leadership Team harvested 25 bags of lettuce, and it was donated to the Watertown Food Pantry! #WatertownWay #lincolnSTEM #studentleaders #studentsgivingbacktotheircommunity
about 13 hours ago, Jaime Caudle
Students growing lettuce on hydrophonic machine
Hydrophonic lettuce machine
Bagged lettuce
If you aren't going to Trivia Night, you are missing out! Join us on Saturday, February 5 at WHS for an evening honoring Everyday Heroes and supporting Watertown Athletic Booster Club Athletes!
8 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Trivia Night 2022 Flyer
TICKETS ON SALE NOW!!!🎟️🎟️🎟️ The Wisconsin Singers will present their new show “Come Alive!” on February 11th, 2022 at 7:00 p.m. in the WHS Auditorium. This year’s troupe features two WHS graduates: Rachel Moldenhauer and Ian Decker! Tickets can be found at: Adult tickets are priced at $15.00 and senior/student tickets are $12.00. All proceeds will benefit the Watertown High School vocal department!
8 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Rachel Moldenhauer
Ian Decker
#WatertownWay families are reminded to download the “Here Comes the Bus” app for real-time location of your child’s bus and receive notifications or email alerts. The Start-Up Guide and Parent Letter links located below will help you in setting up an account. #herecomesthebus Start-Up Guide: Parent Letter:
10 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Here Comes the Bus App Image
The next Feeding America event will be held on Friday, January 14 at 3:30 p.m. at WHS. Please visit for more information.
19 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Feeding America Logo
Check out our top 9 Instagram posts of 2021! Then head on over to Instagram and follow @watertownusd. You don’t want to miss the exciting #WatertownWay stories of 2022! 🎉
19 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Top 9 Instagram Stories for the WUSD
The #WatertownWay Pizazz Elementary Show Choir recently had a choreography clinic with University of Northwestern - St. Paul students Megan Beine (Mrs. Beine’s daughter) and Caleb Merwin. Megan and Caleb worked with the Pizazzers, offering advice and feedback on their choreography and general performance techniques.
19 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Two adults speaking to music class students
The Student Leadership Team from Lincoln STEM organized a holiday food drive for the Watertown Food Pantry. They set a goal of 500 items to be collected over nine days. That goal was surpassed in four days, so they raised the goal to 1,000 items. THAT goal was reached with a couple of days to go, so ANOTHER goal of 1,500 items was set. In all, the students collected over 1,700 items over the course of nine days! The Watertown Food Pantry was very thankful for their donations, and the Watertown Fire Department came to help pick up and deliver the items. Way to go, Lincoln STEM Pandas! #lincolnSTEM #studentleadership #WatertownWay #seasonofgiving #studentsmakingadifference
19 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Students holding food drive sign
Firefighters helping students load food pantry items
Students carrying food pantry items
Mark your calendars! The Wisconsin Singers will present their new show “Come Alive!” on February 11th, 2022, @ 7:00 P.M. in the WHS Auditorium. This year’s troupe features two WHS graduates: Rachel Moldenhauer and Ian Decker! Advanced ticket sales will begin 1/17/2022 at with adult tickets priced at $15.00 and senior/student tickets at $12.00. #WatertownWay
23 days ago, Jaime Caudle
Wisconsin Singers
Have you ever seen gingerbread houses with a math twist?! Mrs. Weinheimer's 2/3 class at Lincoln STEM created gingerbread houses that show different arrays of candies. Then, they wrote and solved multiplication problems to find the total number of candies on each side. These mathematicians even took it one step further and identified the repeated addition sentence that goes with each multiplication fact. Our #WatertownWay students sure are stretching their brains while having fun! 🤩🤩
about 1 month ago, Jaime Caudle
Student with Gingerbread House
🎶❤️ Music is good for the #WatertownWay soul. ❤️🎶 WUSD elementary music classes have been studying composer Pytor Tchaikovsky this month. Mrs. Beine’s 2/3 classes at Lincoln STEM had fun doing a bucket drumming activity to Tchaikovsky's “Trepak” with student teacher, Mr. Schaffrick. 🥁
about 1 month ago, Jaime Caudle
Students Drumming on Buckets
Ladies and Gentlemen - Grab your popcorn 🍿 and turn up the volume 🔊 because we have a special performance coming your way! 🌟 WUSD elementary music students have been learning about Pytor Tchaikovsky, their composer of the month, by studying several pieces from the Nutcracker Ballet. We hope you enjoy this parachute performance to Tchaikovsky's "Trepak" presented by one of Mrs. Beine's second-grade classes!
about 1 month ago, Jaime Caudle
Elementary YouTube Video
🚨 Attention all #WatertownWay families! 🚨 Are you, or someone that you know, interested in joining the WUSD Board of Education? Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on Tuesday, April 5, 2022! Please visit the website below for more information. ⬇️ Interested candidates should complete the required documents and bring them in person to Deputy Clerk Jaime Caudle at the Educational Services Center (ESC) located at 111 Dodge Street, Watertown, between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. All required documents must be submitted no later than 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 to the Office of the School District Deputy Clerk. If you need any assistance in completing the forms and/or notarization, please contact Jaime Caudle at (920) 262-1460 Extension 3202 to schedule an appointment.
about 1 month ago, Jaime Caudle
School Board Openings!
Come ring in the holiday season IN PERSON with our talented #WatertownWay musicians! 🎵 Tickets for the 4:00pm WHS Holiday Concert at St. Bernard’s are SOLD OUT! However, you can still grab tickets to our 7:00pm shows on Sunday, Dec. 5 and Monday, Dec. 6. Go to for tickets or purchase them at the door. Hope to see you there!
about 2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
WHS St. Bernard's Holiday Concert Logo
Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin is coming to WHS on Wednesday, December 1st at 2:30 p.m. Please visit for more information! #feedingamerica
2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
Feeding America Logo
Check this out 👀 - The WUSD is hiring part-time cleaners! But wait, there's more! If you are hired as a #WatertownWay part-time cleaner, you will receive a $500.00 hiring bonus 💰 and another $500.00 bonus after six months of continual employment! We offer part-time evening hours with a flexible start time in a great working environment! Apply now at or email for an application.
2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
WUSD Now Hiring Cleaners Ad
Hey WUSD Students & Families! This is just a reminder that the WUSD is offering FREE COVID-19 PCR Drive-Thru Testing during the holiday break today and tomorrow from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Educational Service Center - located at 111 Dodge Street. Pre-registration is required. Please visit to pre-register and for more information.
2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
✨Lincoln STEM celebrated World Kindness Day!✨ Last week, each classroom made a fleece tie blanket to donate to the Watertown Police Department to use as needed. Each grade level also wrote a thank you card to either the Watertown WI Police Department, Watertown Fire Department, or the Watertown Public Library. On Friday morning, students in the 2/3 classrooms walked to the police department to deliver the blankets and cards. Then, they walked to the Watertown Public Library to say "thank you" to the librarians, and their last stop was to visit the residents at Johnson Arms to spread some kindness to them. The Lincoln STEM students loved this service project and loved spreading kindness at school and throughout the community! 💞 A BIG shout-out to Jo-Ann Fabrics for donating the blanket materials so we could spread some kindness in the community!! #WatertownWay #WorldKindnessDay
2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
Students making a blanket
Students thanking police officers
Students thanking police officers
On Veterans Day, Mrs. Beine’s music students at Lincoln and Schurz were able to zoom with a United States Veteran to share their thanks for his service. Gunnery Sergeant Lawrence Hollister is a retired Marine Veteran who served for 20 years. Part of his time with the Marines was spent serving in the Marine Band. In addition to sharing their thanks, students were also able to ask Gunnery Sergeant Hollister what it is like to be a musician in the Marine Band. Gunnery Sergeant Hollister encouraged our young musicians to work hard and persevere through the challenges of learning to play an instrument. #WatertownWay
2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
Students thanking a Veteran via Zoom
Hey WUSD Students, Staff and Families! Check out information on the WUSD Free COVID-19 PCR testing for students and families now being offered at the Educational Service Center:
2 months ago, Jaime Caudle
WUSD COVID-19 Testing