The Waterford Graded School District would like to wish all of our families a safe and happy holiday break. Please note that the District Office will be closed Monday, December 24 through Tuesday, January 1. The office will re-open Wednesday, January 2 at 8:00 AM.
over 3 years ago, Heidi Engel
WGSD Administration Team working with CESA 6 Center for Rapid Improvement! Great ideas!
over 3 years ago, Ed Brzinski
Strategic vs. Operational
Veterans Day Ceremony
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Tom Morgan, WWII Veteran
VFW
Chuck Franzke, WWII Veteran Iwo Jima
Greenfield High School ROTC
Please note that the date for this presentation has changed to December 11, 2018
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Presentation
Due to the severe weather forecast, all Waterford Recreation Saturday soccer games are canceled.
almost 4 years ago, Kannan Heath
Job Fair
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Job
Job Fair
Parents with children in Grade 5th -12th grade, does this sound like you? “How do I talk to my child about technology?” “I feel like gaming is taking over my kid’s life.” “I’m worried about how social media is affecting my teen.” Come for a free screening of "Screenagers Movie – Growing Up in the Digital Age" on Tue, OCT 2nd 6:30 – 8:00pm at Union Grove Elementary School in the large gym Reserve your seat online at www.screenagersmovie.com (All students in and out of district 5th grade & up are welcome to attend with parents) Questions: Patti Mork, UGES school counselor 878-2015 x2006 pmork@uges.k12.wi.us
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Screenagers
Attention Parents with Children Ages Birth to 5: Imagination Library - United Way of Racine County will mail FREE books to kids ages birth to 5 living in Racine County. Imagination Library was created in 1996 by famed country singer Dolly Parton to foster a love of reading. All participating children receive free, age-appropriate books through the mail each month, from birth to age five. It is a perfect fit for United Way's early childhood priority of school readiness and children's healthy development. All children through the age of four residing in Racine County are eligible to participate. After registering, the first book, The Little Engine That Could, will take approximately 90 days to arrive at your home. Your child will then receive one quality, age-appropriate book each month until they turn five. For more information, visit the web site https://www.unitedwayracine.org/il
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Books
Helping Children and Adolescents Cope with Depression
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Presentation
All WGSD phone systems are now fully functional. TDS identified and repaired the issue. Thank you for your patience!
almost 4 years ago, Kannan Heath
Attention all WGSD Families...Currently the phone system is down. TDS is aware of the issue and is in the process of troubleshooting.
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Reminder that the first WGSD Referendum Public Forum will be this Wednesday, September 26 starting at 6pm. Please join us at Fox River Middle School in the gymnasium.
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Menu change for this Thursday: instead of General Tso Chicken, we will be serving beef tacos.
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Students eligible for a Free or reduced lunch can also receive a free or reduced breakfast.
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Breakfast
Just a reminder that road construction is still underway surrounding our schools. Please allow for additional travel time when dropping children off and picking them up from school. Please be patient and safe! Enjoy the last weekend of Summer!
almost 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Road Construction
Information on community outreach activity and meal program for children and teens.
about 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Summer Outreach
Congratulations to Evergreen Elementary School and Woodfield Elementary School for being recognized by the Wisconsin RtI Center! Across the state, the Wisconsin RtI Center recognizes schools who are successfully implementing equitable multi-level systems of supports. This recognition affirms the dedication and hard work that schools invest in their academic and positive behavior systems for all students. Evergreen received recognition at the Bronze level for both reading and behavior. Woodfield received recognition at the Bronze level for behavior. Congratulations to staff and students at both schools for all of their hard work!
about 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Bronze Behavior
Please join the entire WGSD in congratulating, this amazing young lady! Connie's poem, pictured here and titled "Seaweed Chemistry," won first place in the national finals of the American Chemical Society's Earth Week Illustrated Poetry Contest! Connie's poem, along with the other national winners, can be seen at https://www.acs.org. As the national champion for her age group, Connie will receive an official letter of congratulations and a cash prize. Way to go, Connie!
about 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Seaweed Chemistry
Congratulations Akira, Connie, Elyse, Jacquelyn, Kylie, Paige and Addison! Each of these talented writers worked with Mrs. Meier to enter the 2018 American Chemical Society's Earth Week Poetry Contest. The contest challenged the students to write and illustrate a poem that connected to the theme, "Dive Into Marine Chemistry." Judging for the greater Milwaukee area took place in early May, and we are excited to share that each participant won at least one award for their age group, including Most Artistic, Most Creative, Best Poem Message, and Best Overall. An extra congratulations go to our two national finalists, Akira and Connie. National judging will take place next week...good luck, girls!!!
about 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Poem Contest
Most Artistic
Congratulations Akira, Connie, Elyse, Jacquelyn, Kylie, Paige and Addison! Each of these talented writers worked with Mrs. Meier to enter the 2018 American Chemical Society's Earth Week Poetry Contest. The contest challenged the students to write and illustrate a poem that connected to the theme, "Dive Into Marine Chemistry." Judging for the greater Milwaukee area took place in early May, and we are excited to share that each participant won at least one award for their age group, including Most Artistic, Most Creative, Best Poem Message, and Best Overall. An extra congratulations go to our two national finalists, Akira and Connie. National judging will take place next week...good luck, girls!!!
about 4 years ago, Heidi Engel
Best Overall
Best Overall
Best Poem Message
Poem Contest