June District Newsletter

As you prepare for a few months off from school, we hope your family will have opportunities to kick back and enjoy your favorite book or two! But, before you launch into the summer break, please read below for what you need to know this summer and some exciting moments that made us #tosaproud.

Thank you to all of our students, staff, and families for a great year of growth and learning and CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 2017!

We look forward to an exciting fall!

Your Educational Community News
Summer School...it's not too late
 A reminder that Summer School 2017 starts June 19th! And, it's not too late to participate. If you missed the May 1st online registration deadline, you can call 414-773-3200 to enroll your child.

Summer School FAQs
Enrollment for 2017-2018 school year
Do you have a child who will be a first time student in the Wauwatosa School District? Make sure they are registered so that they can start school successfully this fall! Summer registration is handled at the Fisher Administration Office. Click below for full details. 

2017-2018 Registration
School Calendar for 2017-2018
In case you've misplaced it or spent too much time searching your email for it, the "at a glance" version of next year's school calendar can be found in the link below.

2017-2018 School Year Calendar
Wauwatosa School District Events
West High School Commencement
Friday, June 9 at 7 p.m.
West High School Football Stadium
11400 W. Center St.
For information on both high school commencement ceremonies, click on the link.

East High School Commencement
Saturday, June 10 at Noon
East High School Gymnasium
7500 Milwaukee Ave.
School Board Meeting
Monday, June 12 at 7 p.m.
Fisher Administration Building
12121 W. North Ave.
The Trendiest Tosa Tidbits
Virtual Academy students graduate
Congratulations to our Class of 2017 Wauwatosa Virtual Academy graduates who celebrated with a ceremony last week! #tosaproud

Wauwatosa theatre programs recognized with Tommy Awards
Students and staff from Wauwatosa East and West High Schools have once again been recognized for their work in theatre through the 2017 Tommy Awards program!

A special congratulations to the Tosa West Trojan Players who were awarded an Outstanding Musical Tommy for the 4th consecutive year!
Wauwatosa School District students earn first place finish in global competition
Students from the Wauwatosa School District had a strong showing in the Destination Imagination Global Finals May 24-27 in Knoxville, Tenn., with a first place, a second place and a 10th place finish!

More than 1,400 teams from 45 U.S. states and 17 countries competed by presenting their creative solutions to one of six challenges at the Global Finals. Within each challenge, there were three different age groups for teams to compete in. For info about the teams and pictures, read below!

Read DI Global Competition Story
WSD represented in state tournaments for spring sports
Congratulations to all of our Wauwatosa athletes who earned a trip to state in their respective sports:

West's Nick Price, Boys Tennis
East's Adam Garski, Boys Golf
East & West High Schools named among "America's Most Challenging"
The Washington Post has named both Wauwatosa School District high schools – East and West – on its annual “America’s Most Challenging High Schools” list. Just 34 high schools in Wisconsin made the list. Read more below.

Four students named 2017 National Merit Scholars
Two more high school seniors from the Wauwatosa School District have been named 2017 National Merit Scholars and are recipients of this year’s college-sponsored Merit Scholarships.

Wauwatosa East High School seniors Michaela Lonski and Charlotte Utschig are among the 3,200 winners from around the country announced this week. West's Simon Ng and Adam Fendos were announced as Merit Scholars last month. Click the link below to read more!

Get Connected
Summer activity opportunities through Recreation Department
Make the most of summer by having some fun or learning something new! Our Wauwatosa Recreation Department invites you to consider some of the options below. Click the links for details!

Community Flyers
In addition to our own community events throughout the Wauwatosa School District, the District provides non-profit community organizations, as well as the City of Wauwatosa, opportunities to share community flyers that have the primary purpose of providing educational value to our students. Click the link below for the full list of summer opportunities.

12121 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa, WI 53226(414) 773-1000