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There are new calendar updates due to the time that we need to make up for the days school was closed. 

The early release time for Friday, March 9 is now 12:31pm.

Monday, April 2 is now a normal school day (7:35 am – 2:45 pm).

Course Selection Night

Class of 2022 - Please join us for Course Selection Night on 
Wednesday, February 21 at 5:30pm in the Commons.
Have you ordered your 2017-18 yearbook?

THIS YEAR, there will be NO CASH AND CARRY SALES for yearbooks after the order has been placed. That means, if you don't pre-order a book by February 23rd, you will not be able to purchase one.
How to order?
Yearbooks can be ordered online at  or in person by bringing payment of $60 in cash or check to Mrs. Unger in room 261 by February 23rd.

Please see Mrs. Unger with questions or concerns.
On Tuesday, February 27 and Wednesday, February 28, Wilmot Union High School will be administering the  ACT plus Writing  and  ACT WorkKeys  examinations. 
Both tests are state-mandated for all 11th-grade students. Attendance of Juniors on both days is essential.

 Juniors will be given pizza on Tuesday 2/27 and released at 12:45pm.

For more information, click  HERE.

For the full ACT schedule, click HERE.
Wilmot Union High School will be recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of the students in the Class of 2018 at Senior Awards Night on Wednesday, May 23th, at 6:30pm in the auditorium.  
All family members are invited to attend a small reception at 6:00pm in the commons prior to the 6:30pm awards presentation. Please join us to acknowledge and support the great accomplishments of our students.

Also, 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.

Now is the time to earn free money for college! Deadlines for scholarships are coming up soon. A variety of local, state and national scholarships are posted on Wilmot Union High School’s Scholarship Bulletin.

Questions? See your School Counselor in the Student Services Office.

To access the online Wilmot Scholarship Bulletin:
  • Go to Wilmot Union High School’s website:
  • Click on the Students Tab
  • Click on Student Services Department
  • Click on Post-Secondary Planning on the left hand side
  • Click on Scholarship Bulletin
THANK YOU to all of the Junior Panthers who visited Wilmot the past few weeks!
Eighth-grade students from area grade schools attended Wilmot Union High School recently to experience a day in high school. Students were paired with Link Crew leaders and attended classes, ate lunch, and were able to tour the hallways with an upperclassman. 

Advanced Placement, Project Lead the Way, and Articulated
courses are all ways for students to earn college credit while
still in high school.

On March 19th, Wilmot will be having its annual
Dual Credit Courses Informational Evening. The Program
begins in the Auditorium at 6:30pm with an informational presentation about the value of Advanced Placement, Project Lead the Way, and Articulated courses at Wilmot.

If your child has registered for AP, Project Lead the Way, and/or Articulated
courses for next year, it is important that you attend. If you would simply like
additional information about these courses, you are also welcome to attend.

Advanced Placement, Project Lead the Way, and Articulated Course teachers
will be available along with a School Counselor to answer questions and provide information needed to be fully informed about the classes and the rigorous course work involved with these courses.

We look forward to seeing you at 6:30 p.m. on March 19th.
Shout out to our amazing staff for their hardwork and dedication.
Our staff members are continously working to better themselves in order to benefit our students. Here are just a few examples of professional development from the past month:

  • Teacher Kelly Wilcox attended the Project Lead the Way Conference. Mrs. Wilcox said she "learned new ways to make the PLTW curriculum fresh as well as some great ideas to increase PLTW enrollment and outreach through HOSA or Kids Camps."
  • Principal Amber Torres attended the AWSA Secondary Principals Conference which focused on critical converstaions and mental health.
  • Teachers Roni Carpenter and Adrienne Burch attended the WSRA (WI State Reading Association) conference where they focused on "Exploring Reading & Literacy through the eyes of the whole child." Mrs. Carpenter said the "sessions really helped focus on how making learning relevant and relatable can really engage the students."
  • Associate Principals Renee Gugel and Dan Bender attended the AWSA Associate Principals Conference where they learned about mental health, attendance and discipline.
  • Teacher Kathleen Schoenberger attended the Critical Math for the ACT conference and looked at the math portion of the ACT College & Career Readiness Standards in comparison with the Common Core Standards.
  • Teacher Alejandro Alumbreros attended two conferences this past month, "It Sounds Muddy" and "A Cappella Arranging with Deke Sharon." Both conferences focused skills and techniques to be used with an A Cappella group.
Do you have a Panther Pride you want to share? You can upload your own photos and articles through our website. Just click on " Panther Prides " under Students, Parents, Staff or Community.