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The Wilmot Academic Decathlon team is ranked the best in the state after the first competition of the year. They narrowly edged out Watertown who they will face head-to-head at the Regional competition in January at UW-Whitewater.
Individually, junior Marcus Wolff’s score led the entire state, and he has the highest score EVER posted in Wisconsin after the local competition! Marcus earned ribbons for all 7 tests, tying for first in the state in Literature, and leading the state outright in Music and Social Science!

Sophomore Iain McCutchan placed 3 rd  overall in CESA 2 in the scholastic division and is ranked 4 th  overall in his division throughout the state.
Senior Austin Adam is the highest scoring varsity in the entire state followed by senior varsity Ambriel Siggeman who in placed 2 nd  in CESA 2.

Levi Keen took a blue ribbon in Economics and junior Sean O’Dowd earned 3 rd  place CESA 2 ribbons in Economics, Science, and Social Science.

The other team members include senior scholastic Grady Duffy, junior scholastic Barbara Cooper, and senior varsity April Hedberg.

  • The "Musical Gift" holiday concert is at 7:00pm on December 19 in the Lance G. Haas Auditorium for the Performing Arts.

  • The band played at the Milwaukee Bucks game on Wednesday, December 5 (see photo above).

  • The band is performing for the Twin Lakes Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony at 5pm on Friday, December 7. Hope to see you there!

  • The band is touring Naval Station Great Lakes, attending a recruit graduation ceremony and performing holiday carols at the Captain James A. Lovell Federal Health Care Center on Friday, December 14.

The Hour of Code started as a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify "code", to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. All day in the library December 7th students will be exploring in the Makerspace and trying out code. Some students may be using for the first time while other students will be student leaders in the room guiding them along the way.

The next WI Mathematics League Contest is scheduled for
Tuesday, December 11 in room 223 @ 7:00am.
If interested, talk to your math teacher! Any student in Algebra 2 or higher course may participate.

Upcoming WI Mathematics League Contest Dates:
January 8, 2019 @ 7:00am Room 223
February 12, 2019 @ 7:00am Room 223
March 19, 2019 @ 7:00am Room 223

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. If you have any 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
Congrats to Mrs. Wilcox’s Anatomy class and Ms. Carlisle and Ms. Barranco's Senior Literature classes for breaking out! With Breakout EDU participants work together to find and solve clues around the room to open each of the locks. As soon as students see the locked box, they are immediately driven by the challenge to get it open. These students used their knowledge of the skeletal system or Macbeth to break in and get the job done!
Way to go Panthers!
Mr. Strother’s class took coding to new levels using Cubelets and physically bringing them together to manipulate their coding to meet challenges as a team! Great job, Panthers!
“Hygge” is a Danish and Norwegian word for a mood of coziness and comfortable conviviality with feelings of wellness and contentment. 

December 10 - 14, 2018, we will be celebrating Hygge Days in the library with a low tech hands-on crafts. We're calling all braiders, crocheters, makers and crafters. Individuals with the skill sets such as crocheting, braiding, knitting, etc. will be leading others in crafting. We will also have stellar deals at the Starbooks Cafe and plenty of cozy places to read and do homework. 

Do you want to win a FREE eReader Tablet? Do you enjoy ebooks & audiobooks? Try the Sora app for your chance to win!

Guidelines of the Sora eReader Giveaway Contest:
  • Between 11/20/18 - 12/20/18
  • One lucky student will be picked at random to win a FREE eReader Tablet!
  • Your name will be entered each time you check out an ebook or audiobook using the Sora app
  • Name of the winner will be announced on 12/21/18.

How to sign up for Sora:

See Mrs. Hammersmith or Mrs. Peeper with any questions or to get signed up with Sora.
Be sure to check out our new and upcoming classes on the Community Outreach Page!
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.