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Important Information
Attention  Class of 2017

Attention Seniors - If you are attending college after graduation, you will need to send your final transcript to your future university. You can do that after  June 30th  by logging into your Parchment account at  and requesting your FINAL transcript be sent. 

Any questions, please see your School Counselor.
Attention  Class of 2018

Successfully Completing the UW System College Application:  
Summer Webinars

In August, UW Help will facilitate 30-minute webinars for students in the class of 2018. The webinars will  address common issues with the UW System application.  The presenters will also respond to participants’ questions about the application and the admission process. 

The sessions are offered at eight different dates and times. Students need only sign-up for one webinar. These  sessions were very popular last year so registration is required. Students and their families may visit to register .
Attention  Class of 2019

Students in the class of 2019 are encouraged to take the 2017 PSAT/NMSQT test this  coming fall. The PSAT/NMSQT measures critical thinking skills that are important for  success in college, including critical reading, math problem-solving, and writing skills.  The 2017 PSAT/NMSQT is also the qualifying test that students must take to enter  National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) competitions for college scholarships  that will be awarded in 2019.

Taking the PSAT/NMSQT enables students to:

Get feedback about important academic skills
Seek information from colleges

Enter scholarship competitions

Initiate the college-planning process

The test will be administered at Wilmot Union High School on 
Wednesday, October 11, 2017.
The test is approximately three hours in length and will be taken during the school 
day. There is a $16.00 fee to take the test, checks should be made payable to Wilmot Union High School.

Students interested in taking the 2017 PSAT/NMSQT need to sign 
up with their school counselor by June 9, 2017.

A Teachable Moment: Using "13 Reasons Why" to Initiate a Helpful Conversation About Suicide Prevention and Mental Health

The trending Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," based on a young adult novel of the same name, is raising some questions and concerns among students and parents about mental health and suicide. The series revolves around 17-year-old Hannah Baker, who takes her own life and leaves behind audio recordings for 13 people she says were in some way part of the reason she killed herself. Each tape recounts painful events in which one or more of the 13 individuals played a role.  Producers for the show say they hope the series can help those who may be struggling with thoughts of suicide. However, the series, which many teenagers are binge watching without adult guidance and support, is raising concerns from suicide prevention experts about the potential risks posed by the sensationalized treatment of youth suicide.

We think it is important that families have a frank, but fact based conversation about mental health and suicide prevention with their children. Therefore, we would like to provide you with the following document put out by the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI).  This resource offers parents and guardians talking points to guide such a discussion within your family.

Do not hesitate to contact your child’s School Counselor if you have specific concerns or questions.

  Interested in applying for Link Crew?  
Applications are available in the library!
Click the logo for instructions on how to apply!
All applications are DUE Friday, May 19th at 3:00pm!

  The ACT Math Score is comprised of three sub score areas:
Pre-Algebra/Elementary Algebra, 
Intermediate Algebra/Coordinate Geometry, and Plane Geometry/Trigonometry. Take a sample test and  calculate your score in each area. Identify areas of relative strength and weakness in the ACT math sub  score categories.

Determine which of the next three classes in the series will benefit you most.
The Pre-Test is the first class in a series of four.

You do not have to take all four classes.
For descriptions of each class, click HERE

Participants must be students planning to take or retake the ACT on June 10th, 2017.
 International Career Development Conference 

We are so proud of these Wilmot MBA members who competed at the 2017 DECA International Career Development Conference in Anaheim, CA.

Jenna Stohr, Jonny Fluger, and Jenna Meyer
School-Based Enterprise Food Operations 
Brad Eidson - Advertising Campaign
Lauren Christensen - Sports and Entertainment Promotion Plan
Baylee Chappell - Quick Service Restaurant Management

Our chapter was also recognized for earning Gold re-certification for SBE and Thrive membership, promotional, and community service campaigns.
Upcoming Events
The Wilmot High School Band will present its final concert for the school year in the Haas Auditorium for the Performing Arts at 7pm on Monday, May 15th. 

The Wind Ensemble, Panther Concert Band, Red and White Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble will perform.

Musical highlights include compositions by John Barnes Chance, Vaclav Nelhybel, James Swearingen, Charles Carter, Ferrer Ferran, Charlie Parker, Herbie Hancock and Louie Prima. 

This concert is free and open to the public. Doors will open at 6:30 p.m.

Monday, May 22nd
Showcase: 5:30pm in the Commons
White Coat Ceremony: 6:30pm in the Auditorium

At the showcase, students in various CTE & PLTW courses will be displaying projects they have worked on throughout the school year. Come check out their inspiring ideas!

At the White Coat Ceremony, the capstone Biomedical Innovations students will present the Medical Interventions students with white lab coats as they are about to enter the fourth year of the Biomedical program.
Senior Awards Night
Wilmot Union High School will be recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of the students in the Class of 2017 at Senior Awards Night on Wednesday, May 24th, at 6:30 p.m. in the auditorium. All family members are invited to attend a small reception at 6:00 p.m. in the commons prior to the 6:30 awards presentation. Please join us to acknowledge and support the great accomplishments of our students.  It is important that you inform Mrs. Sweatman in the student services office of any scholarships/awards that your student has been awarded, from school organizations and outside organizations, in order to be recognized at Senior Awards Night.
Wilmot Guardsmen
Marching Band

On Monday, May 29th, The Wilmot Guardsmen Marching Band, returning from their trip to the Big Apple, NYC, will perform in both the Silver Lake and Twin Lakes Memorial Day parades.

The band's marching song, "This Is My Country," was composed by Don Raye and Al Jacobs and arranged by Michael Sweeney. 

Panther Prides
Vocal Ensemble
Congratulations to Wilmot's Vocal Ensemble for winning the GOLD second place at the Nashville Heritage Festival.

The following students received the Maestro Award for their performances:

Rebecca Brewer - soloist
Kayln Harewood - choreography
Anri Santamaria - beatboxing
HOSA students attend State Leadership Conference
We had 14 students who competed in a variety of events at the HOSA State Leadership Conference in April.  
Congratulations to the following students who qualified to compete at the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Orlando in June:

Lauren Christensen -1st place in Job Seeking Skills 
Grace Suiter, Brianna Olsen, Lexi Hickey, and Jazmen Nicpon -
2nd place Medical Innovation Original 

Our chapter newsletter "HOSA Happenings" qualified to be showcased at ILC.
Congratulations to the Wilmot Union High School Forensics Team!  

They traveled to the UW-Madison campus for the state tournament on April 24th and returned with much success.  Receiving gold medals (for a perfect 25 out of 25) were Jacob Brockway for his Demonstration Speech on throwing discuss, Rowan Suhre for his Moments in History Speech on RuPaul, Sami Christiansen for her Storytelling entry of "Click Clack Moo", and the Group Interpretation team of Mason Worklan, Emily Hershelmen, Makayla Wedge-Damon, and Ella Harper-Scheihl.  Their presentation was a reading of the Declaration of Independence.  Getting a silver medal (a score of 24 out of 25) was Maggie Gerlach's Poetry entry of "The Highwayman" and Kenzie Flinn with her Moments in History speech about the suicide of Kurt Cobain.

This is the second gold medal at state for Mason Worklan and Emily Hershelmen.  They are well on their way to a special award given to students who score a 25 out of 25 at state four years in a row.

Interested in Forensics for next year?  See a team member, Mrs. Tilsner or Mr. Kehoe for more information.  We are open to everyone and have a wide range of opportunities to practice getting over that fear of public speaking and moving onward to the confidence that grows with each performance. 
Catch some performances on Monday May 22nd at the high school!

Classroom Candids
Thank you to our FEA (Future Educators Association) students for hosting Bring Your Child to Work Day!  The entire event is planned and orchestrated by the students. The day included math, science, art, music, physical education, and reading! 
   20 Wilmot students were able to tour Gateway Technical College's Horizon Center for Transportation Technology last month. Students were able to participate in a training session for Precision Measuring Instruments complete with a certification test.

Congratulations to all of our students who took part in the 44th Annual Wisconsin Leadership and Skills Conference in April -- SkillsUSA: Champions at Work.

Wilmot student, Nico Conigliaro, won his 3rd state championship in Architectural Design.  Read more about Nico in  this Kenosha News article. 


A student in Mr. Marshall's Cabinetmaking and Furniture Design class works on his custom project.