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Congratulations to our Academic Decathlon Team on winning NATIONALS!

Read the full Kenosha News article HERE
Congratulations to our HOSA members who attended the State Leadership Conference which took place April 14-16. Those who placed in the top 3 of their event qualified to compete at the HOSA International Leadership Conference in Orlando in June. 

Madison Johnson - 1st place in Epidemiology
Ben Lasch - 1st place in Health Career Photography
Liv Rzonca and Alex Wank - 3rd place in Existing Medical Innovation 
Makayla Wedge-Damon - 3rd place in Pharmacy Science
Ava Bishop - 4th place in Behavioral Health Science 
Jessica Dorobek - 5th place in Epidemiology

Our HOSA chapter was also recognized for the following events:
  • HOSA Happenings Newsletter 
  • HOSA National Service Project - National Pediatric Cancer Foundation
  • HOSA State Service Project - American Heart Association
The students in Mr. Morrow’s Introduction to Engineering Design class at Wilmot Union High School are getting hands-on experience building their own Remote Operated Underwater Vehicles (ROVs) this semester.

Read the full Kenosha News article HERE .
As a part of celebrating PLTW Week in Wisconsin, students from the PLTW Biomedical Science program were invited to attend PLTW Day at the Capitol in Madison on April 16. The students showcased a variety of projects which they designed in Medical Interventions and Biomedical Innovation. 

The group had the opportunity to meet with Representative Samantha Kerkman and Senator Van Wanggaard and share what they have learned in the biomedical science program.
Congratulations to these Panthers who were representing Wilmot at the DECA 2019 International Career Development Conference in Orlando this week!

Carissa Pittman - School-Based Enterprise Retail representing The PAW
Madelyn Lindeman and Cassandra Loeffler - Integrated Marketing Campaign Product for Gymboree / Bright Beginnings
Congratulations to Jordan "Wilhelm" Ball for earning the WAFLT Honors in Language Study Award for demonstrating outstanding achievement in and commitment to world language learning.

Congrats to the students who placed among the best in the nation on their AATG German exam: Daniel Porter(top 4%) Delaney Ott & Sean O'Dowd(top 20%) Ella Harper-Schiel(top 30%) Jordan Ball, Sarah Hinrichs, Allison Clark, Gavin Newman, Thomas Batton, & Jesse Lewandowski(top half).

Frau Denise Bauer was selected by the Deutscher Schul- und Sprach Verein (DSSV) and the Wisconsin Chapter of the AATG as the winner of the Klett-USA Outstanding Teacher Award.  

The Wilmot band performed at the Zablacki Veterans Administration Medical Center in Milwaukee on Wednesday, May 1st ( pictured above ). The band also toured the Harley Davidson museum and attended a concert by The Airmen Of Note, the premiere jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts.

Please mark your calendars for these upcoming events:

  • The Wilmot instrumental music concert and awards ceremony will take place at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, May 15th in the Haas auditorium. This free concert will feature musical works by John Philip Sousa, Gordon Jacob, Gustav Holst, Franz Schubert, and Samuel Hazo along with many others. Featured will be the Wind Ensemble performance of selections from the Tony award winning musical, "Les Miserables," Wisconsin School Music Association awards, band letters, the John Philip Sousa Award, the Louis Armstrong Award, and the Lisa Fleischer memorial scholarship award will be presented to winning students

  • The Wilmot Guardsmen marching band will perform in the Silver Lake and Twin Lakes Memorial Day parades on Monday, May 27th. The band will also be featured during a wreath laying ceremony at the Twin Lakes Legion Hall immediately following the Twin Lakes parade.

Students in the class of 2021 are encouraged to take the 2019 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 2019 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 2021. 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 16, 2019. 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 2019 PSAT/NMSQT need to sign up with their school counselor by June 12, 2019.
Wilmot Union High School is offering a variety of basketball programs over the summer. Click on the links below to find the summer opportunity that is right for your student.
Thank you!

Class of 2019

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 30, 2019  by logging into your Parchment account at  and requesting your FINAL transcript be sent.   

Senior Awards Night

Wilmot Union High School will be recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of the students in the Class of 2019 at Senior Awards Night on Wednesday, May 22, 2019, 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. 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 colleges and outside organizations, in order to be recognized at Senior Awards Night.
Kristen Wood Jersey Ceremony
Wilmot Union High School and the Wilmot softball program will honor 2012 alum Kristen Wood by formally retiring her #11 jersey in a pre-game ceremony at the Panther Sports Complex on Monday, May 6, 2019, right before the Panthers take on rival Westosha Central at 4:30 p.m.

Kristen was a four-time 1st-team all-Southern Lakes Conference selection, including being named the player of the year three times (2010-12), and was selected WFSCA 2nd-team all-state in 2009 and 1st-team all-state three times (2010-12). 
Alongside our state's mathematical standards are the student mathematical practice standards. One of these student practice standards includes  Look for and express regularity in repeated reasoning.    Mathematically proficient students notice if calculations are repeated, and look both for general methods and for shortcuts. As they work to solve problems, mathematically proficient students maintain oversight of the process, while attending to the details. They continually evaluate the reasonableness of their intermediate results ( ).

This month, ask your child if they have developed a shortcut for doing some problems and ask them to explain it to you. Here is a fun website for looking for & expressing regularity in repeated reasoning:
On Friday, April 26, Wilmot Union High School hosted our inaugural middle school math meet! Randall, Trevor-Wilmot, Lakewood, Wheatland & Riverview students participated. We had over 100, 5th-8th graders, compete!
It was a blast! Thank you to everyone who participated!
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