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Parents/Guardians of Seniors:
A Wilmot tradition is a send-off of your senior with a baby picture and a note of congratulations in the yearbook. This is an optional purchase and is different from your student's senior picture. The cost is $45. The process to complete the ad is completely online and the deadline is January 31, 2020.
If you have a baby photo and require scanning, you can send it to Mrs. Unger and she will scan it and email it back to you so that you can create your ad.

Use the following link to get directly to the ad creation page:
Boy's Swimming Parent/Athlete Meeting
Monday, November 11, 2019
Badger High School Cafeteria
Parents - mark your calendars for the upcoming
Key Club Kid's Parties:

November 15, 2019
December 14, 2019
February 21, 2020
April 24, 2020

Parties will run from 5pm until 9pm at Wilmot Union High School.
Ages: "Potty-Trained" through 5th Grade

From a recent survey given to 451 Wilmot students in Algebra I, geometry and Algebra II, 128 students responded that they felt as though they cannot learn mathematics at high levels. However, 297 students responded they can learn math at high levels! We feel that is a success. So how can we support our students in changing their mindset? Here are some resources to help our students change their mathematical beliefs. From a 2015 article entitled “The Myth of Being ‘Bad at Math’”, Jo Boaler suggests giving kids praise for what they do as opposed to what they are. For example, instead of saying, “You’re so smart.” you could say, “It’s great that you learned that.” She also suggests telling kids that mistakes are good and that mistakes help our brains grow. To read the full article, click on this link .
School Attendance, Truancy & Chronic Absenteeism: What...

How many days has your child been absent from school over the past 4 weeks? Was it just one sick day or two? What about the day he left early for the dentist? Or the days you took off to extend a vacation? It's hard to always keep track.

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621 dual credit Wilmot students were able to take transcripted courses at Wilmot and earn college credit through Gateway Technical College last year.

Wilmot students saved over $229,000 by doing this.

Way to go, Panthers! Thank you Gateway!
Freshman Amber Blount qualified for the WIAA State Cross Country Championships in Wisconsin Rapids by breaking the school record and finishing 10th overall at the Sectional Meet at UW-Parkside.
Amber is the first Wilmot runner to qualify for State since 2010!

Amber finished her record breaking season by finishing in the top half of Division 1 runners at the WIAA State Cross Country Championships at Wisconsin Rapids. Amber finished 96th overall and was the 14th freshman girl to cross the finish line in the Division 1 girls race.

Congratulations, Amber!
Mrs. Kendall and Ms. Althoff's students had a great time celebrating Mole Day at 6:02 am on 10/23.
Be sure to check out our new and upcoming classes on the  Community Outreach Page !
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