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Students interested in the Summer Lifetime Fitness class need to see Mrs Collins either Tuesday or Wednesday between 12:00 and 3:30pm to sign up for the class.  Please bring your smart phone with you.  Have a great week everyone and good luck with your finals!!

May 21, 2019


Pow Wow

This Saturday, May 25 the Honoring the Mothers Pow Wow will be held at WHS. Doors open at 5:30. There will be fry bread tacos for sale. Grand entry is at 7pm. All are welcome!

Term 4/Semester 2 Final Exams:

Wednesday, May 29th

Thursday, May 30th

Senior Events/Information/Important Dates:

May 22nd - Awards Program, 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 24th - All money owed to the school is due.  

May 31st - Senior Walk/Graduation Practice, 8:30 a.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 31st - Senior Picnic, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Park

June 2nd - Graduation, 2:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym.   *Seniors need to be in the cafeteria at 1:00 p.m. on Graduation Day

Prom Picture Link

Prom photos are now available to purchase at https://bemused.zenfolio.com/2019prom. Digital and hard copies can be purchased at an affordable price. 50% of profits will go to the Class of 2020.

BART Bus - FREE Rides for Youth

Bay Area Rural Transit is offering Free Rides For Youth over the summer break (June 1-Sept 2).  Additional information and applications will be emailed to students.

2019-2020 Cross Country:

There is a sign up for fall 2019 Cross Country running in the office. It is important that you sign up so that you receive information about summer training and the start of the fall season. There will be a meeting on Wednesday, May 22 at 3:05 in Profe's room for all interested runners.

2019-2020 Football:

If you are interested in playing football next year, please stop in the office and sign-up.

Now Hiring!  

Attention Seniors who will be 18 years old by June 1, 2019. Are you looking for summer employment? The School District of Washburn is now accepting student applications for limited term employment in the Building and Grounds Department. The term of employment shall be approximately from June 3, 2019 to August 23, 2019.  40 hour weeks: Monday through Friday, pay rate is $11.50/hour. For more information, please go to the Washburn School District website https://www.washburn.k12.wi.us and click on Departments and Human Resources. Any questions, please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office.

Boat Landing Watercraft Inspectors:  Conduct watercraft inspections. Pay rate is $12.00 per hour.  Please contact MaryJo, County Conservationist at 715-682-7187  Deadline to apply is May 22nd.

Health Careers Camp:

Are you interested in the health care field?  Spend a day exploring potential health care careers at this one day camp.  Hosted by Goegebic Community College and Aspirus Health Care.  Camp date is June 26th from 8 a.m - 4:30 p.m.  Registration is required and open to all current freshmen and sophomores.  Please see Mrs. Pufall for the registration application.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.

Castle Guard Kids Summer Program:

Washburn School District’s Castle Guard Kids Summer Program is seeking energetic and passionate individuals to run our highly successful Castle Guard Kids full day summer program. The Castle Guard Kids program teacher will design and deliver fun and engaging activities to elementary school aged students for the summer from 7:30am to 5:30pm. No certification/license necessary; hourly wage. Students must be at least 14 years old to apply. Students hired who are 14 or 15 years old will require a work permit. Please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office for an application and information about a work permit, if required.

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in in full by May 24th in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.


From the Counselor's Office:


Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  2. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  3. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Any student or staff member wanting to hang a flyer in the hallways must clear it with Mrs. King before it can be displayed.

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




May 16, 2019


Saturday School is this Saturday, May 18th from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

There will be cinnamon toast and fry bread for sale after school today, Thursday, May 16 in the cafeteria. Only $1. Come and get some while it lasts!

Term 4/Semester 2 Final Exams:

Wednesday, May 29th

Thursday, May 30th

Senior Events/Information/Important Dates:

May 22nd - Awards Program, 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 24th - All money owed to the school is due.  

May 31st - Senior Walk/Graduation Practice, 8:30 a.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 31st - Senior Picnic, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Park

June 2nd - Graduation, 2:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym.   *Seniors need to be in the cafeteria at 1:00 p.m. on Graduation Day

2019-2020 Cross Country:

There is a sign up for fall 2019 Cross Country running in the office. It is important that you sign up so that you receive information about summer training and the start of the fall season. There will be a meeting on Wednesday, May 22 at 3:05 in Profe's room for all interested runners.

2019-2020 Football:

If you are interested in playing football next year, please stop in the office and sign-up.

Now Hiring!  

Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information.

Attention Seniors who will be 18 years old by June 1, 2019. Are you looking for summer employment? The School District of Washburn is now accepting student applications for limited term employment in the Building and Grounds Department. The term of employment shall be approximately from June 3, 2019 to August 23, 2019.  40 hour weeks: Monday through Friday, pay rate is $11.50/hour. For more information, please go to the Washburn School District website https://www.washburn.k12.wi.us and click on Departments and Human Resources. Any questions, please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office.

Boat Landing Watercraft Inspectors:  Conduct watercraft inspections. Pay rate is $12.00 per hour.  Please contact MaryJo, County Conservationist at 715-682-7187  Deadline to apply is May 22nd.

Health Careers Camp:

Are you interested in the health care field?  Spend a day exploring potential health care careers at this one day camp.  Hosted by Goegebic Community College and Aspirus Health Care.  Camp date is June 26th from 8 a.m - 4:30 p.m.  Registration is required and open to all current freshmen and sophomores.  Please see Mrs. Pufall for the registration application.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.

Castle Guard Kids Summer Program:

Washburn School District’s Castle Guard Kids Summer Program is seeking energetic and passionate individuals to run our highly successful Castle Guard Kids full day summer program. The Castle Guard Kids program teacher will design and deliver fun and engaging activities to elementary school aged students for the summer from 7:30am to 5:30pm. No certification/license necessary; hourly wage. Students must be at least 14 years old to apply. Students hired who are 14 or 15 years old will require a work permit. Please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office for an application and information about a work permit, if required.

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

From the Counselor's Office:

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

If you have been accepted into UW-Madison for 2019 Fall Semester, follow this link for a scholarship opportunity: https://forms.gle/QDnyokWqNqRkGA1r7 

The Chequamegon Area Retired Educators is offering two $250 scholarships to senior students going into the education field. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland Police Department is offering a $500 scholarship to seniors planning to go to school for Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement. Please stop by the counseling office for an application.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  2. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  3. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Any student or staff member wanting to hang a flyer in the hallways must clear it with Mrs. King before it can be displayed.

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




May 10, 2019


Term 4/Semester 2 Final Exams:

Wednesday, May 29th

Thursday, May 30th

Senior Events/Information/Important Dates:

May 22nd - Awards Program, 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 24th - All money owed to the school is due.  

May 31st - Senior Walk/Graduation Practice, 8:30 a.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 31st - Senior Picnic, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Park

June 2nd - Graduation, 2:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym.   *Seniors need to be in the cafeteria at 1:00 p.m. on Graduation Day

Junior Prom:

Junior Prom will be held on Saturday, May 11th from 8 pm to midnight at the Washburn High School Gym.  Tickets are $10 prior to the event and $15 at the door.  Tickets can be purchased from Mr. Grimm or Mrs. Reed.  The theme is Hollywood Red Carpet.

Lake Superior Tall Ships Presentation:

Attention middle school and high school students: On Wednesday, May 15 in the LRC from 3:00-3:30, Gordon Ringberg, Mayor of Bayfield, will be giving a presentation on the Lake Superior Tall Ships organization, opportunities to enjoy sailing in the area and to Isle Royale, and about a free community event in Bayfield occurring Friday, September 6 through Sunday, September 8.


Now Hiring!  

Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information.

Attention Seniors who will be 18 years old by June 1, 2019. Are you looking for summer employment? The School District of Washburn is now accepting student applications for limited term employment in the Building and Grounds Department. The term of employment shall be approximately from June 3, 2019 to August 23, 2019.  40 hour weeks: Monday through Friday, pay rate is $11.50/hour. For more information, please go to the Washburn School District website https://www.washburn.k12.wi.us and click on Departments and Human Resources. Any questions, please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office.

Health Careers Camp:

Are you interested in the health care field?  Spend a day exploring potential health care careers at this one day camp.  Hosted by Goegebic Community College and Aspirus Health Care.  Camp date is June 26th from 8 a.m - 4:30 p.m.  Registration is required and open to all current freshmen and sophomores.  Please see Mrs. Pufall for the registration application.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.

Castle Guard Kids Summer Program:

Washburn School District’s Castle Guard Kids Summer Program is seeking energetic and passionate individuals to run our highly successful Castle Guard Kids full day summer program. The Castle Guard Kids program teacher will design and deliver fun and engaging activities to elementary school aged students for the summer from 7:30am to 5:30pm. No certification/license necessary; hourly wage. Students must be at least 14 years old to apply. Students hired who are 14 or 15 years old will require a work permit. Please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office for an application and information about a work permit, if required.


Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

If you have been accepted into UW-Madison for 2019 Fall Semester, follow this link for a scholarship opportunity: https://forms.gle/QDnyokWqNqRkGA1r7 

The Chequamegon Area Retired Educators is offering two $250 scholarships to senior students going into the education field. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland Police Department is offering a $500 scholarship to seniors planning to go to school for Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement. Please stop by the counseling office for an application.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019


The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  2. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  3. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Any student or staff member wanting to hang a flyer in the hallways must clear it with Mrs. King before it can be displayed.

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




May 3, 2019


Term 4/Semester 2 Final Exams:

Wednesday, May 29th

Thursday, May 30th


Senior Events/Information/Important Dates:

May 22nd - Awards Program, 7:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 24th - All money owed to the school is due.  

May 31st - Senior Walk/Graduation Practice, 8:30 a.m. in the MS/HS Gym

May 31st - Senior Picnic, 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. at Memorial Park

June 2nd - Graduation, 2:00 p.m. in the MS/HS Gym.   *Seniors need to be in the cafeteria at 1:00 p.m. on Graduation Day


Junior Prom:

Junior Prom will be held on Saturday, May 11th from 8 pm to midnight at the Washburn High School Gym.  Tickets are $10 prior to the event and $15 at the door.  Tickets can be purchased from Mr. Grimm or Mrs. Reed.  The theme is Hollywood Red Carpet.

Now Hiring!  

Are you outdoorsy? entrepreneurial? a foodie?  Apply to the Summer Agripreneure Apprenticeship!  Agripreneures grow and sell delicious tomatoes and basil from our high tunnel to local businesses and the community.  You'll earn ½ school credit, and a stipend!  Applications are in the High School office.  Due May 8th.  See Mr. Schlager or Mrs. Kochevar for more information.

Attention Seniors who will be 18 years old by June 1, 2019. Are you looking for summer employment? The School District of Washburn is now accepting student applications for limited term employment in the Building and Grounds Department. The term of employment shall be approximately from June 3, 2019 to August 23, 2019.  40 hour weeks: Monday through Friday. For more information, please go to the Washburn School District website https://www.washburn.k12.wi.us and click on Departments and Human Resources. Any questions, please see Shellie Heglund in the District Office.

Health Careers Camp:

Are you interested in the health care field?  Spend a day exploring potential health care careers at this one day camp.  Hosted by Goegebic Community College and Aspirus Health Care.  Camp date is June 26th from 8 a.m - 4:30 p.m.  Registration is required and open to all current freshmen and sophomores.  Please see Mrs. Pufall for the registration application.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

If you have been accepted into UW-Madison for 2019 Fall Semester, follow this link for a scholarship opportunity: https://forms.gle/QDnyokWqNqRkGA1r7 

The Chequamegon Area Retired Educators is offering two $250 scholarships to senior students going into the education field. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland Police Department is offering a $500 scholarship to seniors planning to go to school for Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement. Please stop by the counseling office for an application.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019


The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  2. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  3. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Any student or staff member wanting to hang a flyer in the hallways must clear it with Mrs. King before it can be displayed.

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




April 23, 2019

Junior Prom will be held on Saturday, May 11th from 8 pm to midnight at the Washburn High School Gym.  Tickets are $10 prior to the event and $15 at the door.  Tickets can be purchased from Mr. Grimm or Mrs. Reed.  The theme is Hollywood Red Carpet.

ACT Aspire Testing for Freshmen and Sophomores:  April 24th

No school for Juniors:  April 24th

Senior Trip:  April 24th - 25th

Saturday School:  April 27th


State Forensics 2019 – Final Results:  Congratulations to the following students for placing at state!

Kyle Hanson – Radio Speaking, Gold Medal (25/25)

Mark Barker – Prose Reading, Silver Medal (24/25)

Kyra Phillips – Farrago, Silver Medal (24/25)

Lizzie Herriott – Solo Acting (Serious), Silver Medal (24/25)

Maia Defoe – Poetry, Silver Medal (23/25)

Connor Seeger – Solo Acting (Humorous), Silver Medal (23/25)

Greta Joerdens – Informative Speech, Bronze Medal (21/25)

Santanna Chanthavong – Informative Speech, Bronze Medal (21/25)

Syerah Mulhern-Allred – Prose Reading, Silver Medal (21/25)


Art Show:

The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum.

Festival of Nations:
The Festival of Nations trip is coming up on Friday, May 3! It is held in St. Paul, MN and has over 30 countries and cultures represented with food, music, dance, art and crafts. Sign up in the office if you are interested in going. Be sure to include your email when you sign up because that is how we will communicate about details.

Health Careers Camp:
Are you interested in the health care field?  Spend a day exploring potential health care careers at this one day camp.  Hosted by Goegebic Community College and Aspirus Health Care.  Camp date is June 26th from 8 a.m - 4:30 p.m.  Registration is required and open to all current freshmen and sophomores.  Please see Mrs. Pufall for the registration application.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.


Yearbooks:

Last day to order:  April 30th

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

Please get your photos to Carlyn or Lindsey for the senior slideshow.  A baby photo and a senior photo are required for the show.  Please submit any other photos you would like to see included in the slideshow.  All photos are due to Carlyn or Lindsey by April 30th.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Tuesday, April 23 at 10:00 for interested juniors/seniors.

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

April 24, 2019 the ACT Aspire will be given to 9th and 10th grade. 11th and 12th grade will not be in attendance that day. Middle School students will have a regular school day.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to take the Americanism and Government test to qualify for an American Legion Scholarship. The test is available online from April 1-12, 2019. Stop by the Counseling office for more information.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Common Scholarship Application for graduating seniors is available in Mrs. Pufall's office or by clicking https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ySWmilk-UnnW-zxmasTgZJPWQxwbA_Sb 
You may need to copy and paste the link if clicking does not work in your browser. Deadline is April 30, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. to Counseling office.

If you have been accepted into UW-Madison for 2019 Fall Semester, follow this link for a scholarship opportunity: https://forms.gle/QDnyokWqNqRkGA1r7 

The Chequamegon Area Retired Educators is offering two $250 scholarships to senior students going into the education field. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland Police Department is offering a $500 scholarship to seniors planning to go to school for Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement. Please stop by the counseling office for an application.

The Tony Woiak Scholarship is available to students attending school for history, journalism, video/music production or similar career. Deadline is April 21, 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Hansen's IGA is offering a scholarship to graduating seniors who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and attending a college or university in the fall of 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application with more details. Deadline: Must be postmarked by May 1, 2019

The Chequamegon Bay Arts Counsel will be awarding scholarships to graduating seniors pursuing a higher education in the fields of music, drama or art. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application or go to www.cbayarts.org and click on grants and scholarships for the application and more information. Deadline is April 30, 2019

Friends of the Washburn Area Ambulance Service is offering a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors entering the medical human service field. Deadline April 29, 2019.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Serving Refreshments and Clean up at the Art Show Reception on April 9th (6pm – 8pm)
  2. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  3. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  4. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

Elementary Science Night, April 23rd, is looking for volunteers to help at the edible bug booth, estimation station, dissolving marble mazes, rockets, make a lung, blood cell relay, minute to win it with chopsticks, and more!  Contact Mrs. Jensen, middle school tutor, at jjensen@washburnk12.wi.us if you'd like to help and earn service learning hours!

Are you a tech-savvy high school student interested in helping Messiah set up our new mobile app?  Or do you know a high school student who would be interested in doing this?  This would count as community service credits for school and it will be fun.  If you are an interested teen or know someone who is, please contact the church office at 715-373-5378 to set up a time to pick up an application form!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Any student or staff member wanting to hang a flyer in the hallways must clear it with Mrs. King before it can be displayed.

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




April 18, 2019

ACT Aspire Testing for Freshmen and Sophomores:  April 24th

No school for Juniors:  April 24th

Senior Trip:  April 24th - 25th

Saturday School:  April 27th

State Forensics 2019 – Final Results:  Congratulations to the following students for placing at state!

Kyle Hanson – Radio Speaking, Gold Medal (25/25)

Mark Barker – Prose Reading, Silver Medal (24/25)

Kyra Phillips – Farrago, Silver Medal (24/25)

Lizzie Herriott – Solo Acting (Serious), Silver Medal (24/25)

Maia Defoe – Poetry, Silver Medal (23/25)

Connor Seeger – Solo Acting (Humorous), Silver Medal (23/25)

Greta Joerdens – Informative Speech, Bronze Medal (21/25)

Santanna Chanthavong – Informative Speech, Bronze Medal (21/25)

Syerah Mulhern-Allred – Prose Reading, Silver Medal (21/25)


Art Show:

The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum.

Festival of Nations:
The Festival of Nations trip is coming up on Friday, May 3! It is held in St. Paul, MN and has over 30 countries and cultures represented with food, music, dance, art and crafts. Sign up in the office if you are interested in going. Be sure to include your email when you sign up because that is how we will communicate about details.

Health Careers Camp:
Are you interested in the health care field?  Spend a day exploring potential health care careers at this one day camp.  Hosted by Goegebic Community College and Aspirus Health Care.  Camp date is June 26th from 8 a.m - 4:30 p.m.  Registration is required and open to all current freshmen and sophomores.  Please see Mrs. Pufall for the registration application.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.


Yearbooks:

Last day to order:  April 30th

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

Please get your photos to Carlyn or Lindsey for the senior slideshow.  A baby photo and a senior photo are required for the show.  Please submit any other photos you would like to see included in the slideshow.  All photos are due to Carlyn or Lindsey by April 30th.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Tuesday, April 23 at 10:00 for interested juniors/seniors.

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

April 24, 2019 the ACT Aspire will be given to 9th and 10th grade. 11th and 12th grade will not be in attendance that day. Middle School students will have a regular school day.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to take the Americanism and Government test to qualify for an American Legion Scholarship. The test is available online from April 1-12, 2019. Stop by the Counseling office for more information.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Common Scholarship Application for graduating seniors is available in Mrs. Pufall's office or by clicking https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ySWmilk-UnnW-zxmasTgZJPWQxwbA_Sb 
You may need to copy and paste the link if clicking does not work in your browser. Deadline is April 30, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. to Counseling office.

If you have been accepted into UW-Madison for 2019 Fall Semester, follow this link for a scholarship opportunity: https://forms.gle/QDnyokWqNqRkGA1r7 

The Chequamegon Area Retired Educators is offering two $250 scholarships to senior students going into the education field. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland Police Department is offering a $500 scholarship to seniors planning to go to school for Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement. Please stop by the counseling office for an application.

The Tony Woiak Scholarship is available to students attending school for history, journalism, video/music production or similar career. Deadline is April 21, 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Hansen's IGA is offering a scholarship to graduating seniors who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and attending a college or university in the fall of 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application with more details. Deadline: Must be postmarked by May 1, 2019

The Chequamegon Bay Arts Counsel will be awarding scholarships to graduating seniors pursuing a higher education in the fields of music, drama or art. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application or go to www.cbayarts.org and click on grants and scholarships for the application and more information. Deadline is April 30, 2019

Friends of the Washburn Area Ambulance Service is offering a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors entering the medical human service field. Deadline April 29, 2019.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Serving Refreshments and Clean up at the Art Show Reception on April 9th (6pm – 8pm)
  2. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  3. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  4. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

Elementary Science Night, April 23rd, is looking for volunteers to help at the edible bug booth, estimation station, dissolving marble mazes, rockets, make a lung, blood cell relay, minute to win it with chopsticks, and more!  Contact Mrs. Jensen, middle school tutor, at jjensen@washburnk12.wi.us if you'd like to help and earn service learning hours!

Are you a tech-savvy high school student interested in helping Messiah set up our new mobile app?  Or do you know a high school student who would be interested in doing this?  This would count as community service credits for school and it will be fun.  If you are an interested teen or know someone who is, please contact the church office at 715-373-5378 to set up a time to pick up an application form!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Any student or staff member wanting to hang a flyer in the hallways must clear it with Mrs. King before it can be displayed.

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




April 15, 2019


Saturday School:  April 27th

State Forensics 2019 – Final Results:  Congratulations to the following students for placing at state!

Kyle Hanson – Radio Speaking, Gold Medal (25/25)

Mark Barker – Prose Reading, Silver Medal (24/25)

Kyra Phillips – Farrago, Silver Medal (24/25)

Lizzie Herriott – Solo Acting (Serious), Silver Medal (24/25)

Maia Defoe – Poetry, Silver Medal (23/25)

Connor Seeger – Solo Acting (Humorous), Silver Medal (23/25)

Greta Joerdens – Informative Speech, Bronze Medal (21/25)

Santanna Chanthavong – Informative Speech, Bronze Medal (21/25)

Syerah Mulhern-Allred – Prose Reading, Silver Medal (21/25)


Art Show:
The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum- join us for the artist reception Tuesday, April 9, from 4:30-8 PM!  Be sure to vote for your favorite art pieces and stop by the refreshments table.

Festival of Nations:
The Festival of Nations trip is coming up on Friday, May 3! It is held in St. Paul, MN and has over 30 countries and cultures represented with food, music, dance, art and crafts. Sign up in the office if you are interested in going. Be sure to include your email when you sign up because that is how we will communicate about details.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.


Yearbooks:

Last day to order:  April 30th

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.


From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Tuesday, April 23 at 10:00 for interested juniors/seniors.

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

April 24, 2019 the ACT Aspire will be given to 9th and 10th grade. 11th and 12th grade will not be in attendance that day. Middle School students will have a regular school day.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to take the Americanism and Government test to qualify for an American Legion Scholarship. The test is available online from April 1-12, 2019. Stop by the Counseling office for more information.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Common Scholarship Application for graduating seniors is available in Mrs. Pufall's office or by clicking https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ySWmilk-UnnW-zxmasTgZJPWQxwbA_Sb 
You may need to copy and paste the link if clicking does not work in your browser. Deadline is April 30, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. to Counseling office.

The Chequamegon Area Retired Educators is offering two $250 scholarships to senior students going into the education field. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland Police Department is offering a $500 scholarship to seniors planning to go to school for Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement. Please stop by the counseling office for an application.

The Tony Woiak Scholarship is available to students attending school for history, journalism, video/music production or similar career. Deadline is April 21, 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Hansen's IGA is offering a scholarship to graduating seniors who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and attending a college or university in the fall of 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application with more details. Deadline: Must be postmarked by May 1, 2019

The Chequamegon Bay Arts Counsel will be awarding scholarships to graduating seniors pursuing a higher education in the fields of music, drama or art. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application or go to www.cbayarts.org and click on grants and scholarships for the application and more information. Deadline is April 30, 2019

Friends of the Washburn Area Ambulance Service is offering a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors entering the medical human service field. Deadline April 29, 2019.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.


Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Serving Refreshments and Clean up at the Art Show Reception on April 9th (6pm – 8pm)
  2. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  3. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  4. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

Elementary Science Night, April 23rd, is looking for volunteers to help at the edible bug booth, estimation station, dissolving marble mazes, rockets, make a lung, blood cell relay, minute to win it with chopsticks, and more!  Contact Mrs. Jensen, middle school tutor, at jjensen@washburnk12.wi.us if you'd like to help and earn service learning hours!

Are you a tech-savvy high school student interested in helping Messiah set up our new mobile app?  Or do you know a high school student who would be interested in doing this?  This would count as community service credits for school and it will be fun.  If you are an interested teen or know someone who is, please contact the church office at 715-373-5378 to set up a time to pick up an application form!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




April 9, 2019

Art Show:
The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum- join us for the artist reception Tuesday, April 9, from 4:30-8 PM!  Be sure to vote for your favorite art pieces and stop by the refreshments table.

Spring Sport Pictures:

Spring sport pictures will take place on Wednesday, April 10th after school for Girls' Soccer, Track, Baseball, Softball and Golf.  Please see your coach for order information or you can now order online at lifetouchsports.com with picture day ID:  MI498379X0.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.


Festival of Nations:
The Festival of Nations trip is coming up on Friday, May 3! It is held in St. Paul, MN and has over 30 countries and cultures represented with food, music, dance, art and crafts. Sign up in the office if you are interested in going. Be sure to include your email when you sign up because that is how we will communicate about details.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Castle Guard Kids After School Program:

The Castle Guard Kids after school program is looking for a responsible student willing to work until 5:15-5:30 p.m. each day, until the end of the school year.  If you are interested, please stop in the office or contact Betsy Carrier.


Yearbooks:

Last day to order:  April 30th

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

All outstanding dues/fees must be paid in order to be eligible to walk at graduation.  Your cap and gown order must be paid in full in order to receive it.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.


From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Tuesday, April 23 at 10:00 for interested juniors/seniors.

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

April 24, 2019 the ACT Aspire will be given to 9th and 10th grade. 11th and 12th grade will not be in attendance that day. Middle School students will have a regular school day.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to take the Americanism and Government test to qualify for an American Legion Scholarship. The test is available online from April 1-12, 2019. Stop by the Counseling office for more information.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Common Scholarship Application for graduating seniors is available in Mrs. Pufall's office or by clicking https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ySWmilk-UnnW-zxmasTgZJPWQxwbA_Sb 
You may need to copy and paste the link if clicking does not work in your browser. Deadline is April 30, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. to Counseling office.

The Tony Woiak Scholarship is available to students attending school for history, journalism, video/music production or similar career. Deadline is April 21, 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Hansen's IGA is offering a scholarship to graduating seniors who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and attending a college or university in the fall of 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application with more details. Deadline: Must be postmarked by May 1, 2019

The Chequamegon Bay Arts Counsel will be awarding scholarships to graduating seniors pursuing a higher education in the fields of music, drama or art. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application or go to www.cbayarts.org and click on grants and scholarships for the application and more information. Deadline is April 30, 2019

The PFLAG scholarship is available to college bound seniors until April 15th. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application and information about qualifying.

Friends of the Washburn Area Ambulance Service is offering a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors entering the medical human service field. Deadline April 29, 2019.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Serving Refreshments and Clean up at the Art Show Reception on April 9th (6pm – 8pm)
  2. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  3. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  4. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

Elementary Science Night, April 23rd, is looking for volunteers to help at the edible bug booth, estimation station, dissolving marble mazes, rockets, make a lung, blood cell relay, minute to win it with chopsticks, and more!  Contact Mrs. Jensen, middle school tutor, at jjensen@washburnk12.wi.us if you'd like to help and earn service learning hours!

Are you a tech-savvy high school student interested in helping Messiah set up our new mobile app?  Or do you know a high school student who would be interested in doing this?  This would count as community service credits for school and it will be fun.  If you are an interested teen or know someone who is, please contact the church office at 715-373-5378 to set up a time to pick up an application form!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




April 2, 2019

Athletic Grade Check:  April 3rd (can lose eligibility at this time)
Athletic Grade Re-check:  April 17th (can only regain eligibility at this time, cannot lose it)

Art Show:
The Washburn School District student art show is now on display at the Washburn Cultural Center/Historic Museum- join us for the artist reception Tuesday, April 9, from 4:30-8 PM!  Be sure to vote for your favorite art pieces and stop by the refreshments table.

Golf meeting:
There will be a brief golf meeting on Thursday, April 4th at 3:30 p.m. in the MS/HS cafeteria.  Anyone interested in joining should attend the meeting.

Community Employment Fair:

Are you looking for a summer job or interested in learning about careers in the area?  On Wednesday, April 3rd from 2:00-5:00 p.m., Washburn High School will host a Community Employment Fair.  High School students are required to attend the fair during their 8th period class.  Check in with your 8th period teacher for attendance and then head to the gym.  Over 20 businesses and agencies will be here looking to hire students, promote careers in the area, and help you get a job.  While not everyone may be looking for summer employment, I encourage you to interact with employers and the agencies and ask questions.  There are a number of prizes available including gift cards from local businesses that you can win for making this an interactive experience.  Check your school email for more information including a list of employers and positions available as well as a list of possible questions to ask employers. 

Spring Sport Pictures:

Spring sport pictures will take place on Wednesday, April 10th for Girls' Soccer, Track, Baseball, Softball and Golf.  Please see your coach for order information or you can now order online at lifetouchsports.com with picture day ID:  MI498379X0.  Please stop in the office if you have any questions.


Festival of Nations:
The Festival of Nations trip is coming up on Friday, May 3! It is held in St. Paul, MN and has over 30 countries and cultures represented with food, music, dance, art and crafts. Sign up in the office if you are interested in going. Be sure to include your email when you sign up because that is how we will communicate about details.

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 


Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

If you have not signed up for the grocery bagging fundraiser, please stop by the office and sign up for a time slot. If you are unable to make it to either day, please talk to your HELP advisor. 

Senior class dues were due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.


From the Counselor's Office:

WITC Start College Now representative will be here on May 6th at 1 p.m. to help students participating in the Start College Now program for fall 2019 semester register for their classes. 

A representative from Gogebic Community College will be here Tuesday, April 23 at 10:00 for interested juniors/seniors.

The Middle School Awards Night ceremony will be Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the Middle School/High School gym.

The High School Awards Night ceremony will be Wednesday, May 22, 2019 at 7 p.m. in the High School/Middle School gym.

April 24, 2019 the ACT Aspire will be given to 9th and 10th grade. 11th and 12th grade will not be in attendance that day. Middle School students will have a regular school day.

Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to take the Americanism and Government test to qualify for an American Legion Scholarship. The test is available online from April 1-12, 2019. Stop by the Counseling office for more information.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Common Scholarship Application for graduating seniors is available in Mrs. Pufall's office or by clicking https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ySWmilk-UnnW-zxmasTgZJPWQxwbA_Sb 
You may need to copy and paste the link if clicking does not work in your browser. Deadline is April 30, 2019 at 3:30 p.m. to Counseling office

Hansen's IGA is offering a scholarship to graduating seniors who have a 3.0 GPA or higher and attending a college or university in the fall of 2019. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application with more details. Deadline: Must be postmarked by May 1, 2019

The PFLAG scholarship is available to college bound seniors until April 15th. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application and information about qualifying.

Friends of the Washburn Area Ambulance Service is offering a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors entering the medical human service field. Deadline April 29, 2019.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Volunteer opportunities for Service Hours:  

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Serving Refreshments and Clean up at the Art Show Reception on April 9th (6pm – 8pm)
  2. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  3. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  4. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

Elementary Science Night, April 23rd, is looking for volunteers to help at the edible bug booth, estimation station, dissolving marble mazes, rockets, make a lung, blood cell relay, minute to win it with chopsticks, and more!  Contact Mrs. Jensen, middle school tutor, at jjensen@washburnk12.wi.us if you'd like to help and earn service learning hours!

Are you a tech-savvy high school student interested in helping Messiah set up our new mobile app?  Or do you know a high school student who would be interested in doing this?  This would count as community service credits for school and it will be fun.  If you are an interested teen or know someone who is, please contact the church office at 715-373-5378 to set up a time to pick up an application form!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




March 15, 2019

Saturday School:  
Saturday school is this Saturday, March 16th from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Term 3 Finals:
Thursday, March 21st
Friday, March 22nd
End of Term 3:  March 22nd

Spring Break:
March 25th - 29th
School resumes April 1st

Community Employment Fair:
Are you looking for a summer job or interested in learning about careers in the local area?  Get your resumes ready and be ready to fill out applications at Washburn High School’s Community Employment Fair on Wednesday, April 3rd.  Over 20 local businesses will be present, and they want to hire you! Businesses include Big Top Chautauqua, North Coast Coffee, Trek & Trail, Distinctive Painting, Washburn Marina, Culver’s, Highland Valley Farm, Madeline Island Ferry Line, Ashland Health Services, Washburn EMS and many more.  Your participation and interactions with employers could win you awesome prizes as well as a job!  Stay tuned for more information. 

Festival of Nations:
The Festival of Nations trip is coming up on Friday, May 3! It is held in St. Paul, MN and has over 30 countries and cultures represented with food, music, dance, art and crafts. Sign up in the office if you are interested in going. Be sure to include your email when you sign up because that is how we will communicate about details.

Congrats to:
Congrats to the WHS Visual Arts Classic Team for their performance at Regionals last Friday!  The following students advance to the state competition in Madison in April: LInnea Gregoire- onsite drawing, Signe Overby- long-term and onsite painting, Iley Guenther- long-term and onsite personal adornment, and Elena Ritter- long-term and onsite ceramics.  Great job team!  

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 


Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

Senior class dues are due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  An invoice was sent home with the Semester 1 report cards regarding how much you owe.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is recruiting young men and women, ages 15-18 to work, learn and earn this summer through the Youth Conservation Corps program. The Washburn Ranger District office is looking to fill 2 positions here in Washburn. Application deadline is March 31, 2019. Visit https://www.fs.fed.us/working-with-us/opportunities-for-young-people/youth-conservation-corps-opportunities


Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors are invited to take the Americanism and Government test to qualify for an American Legion Scholarship. The test is available online from April 1-12, 2019. Stop by the Counseling office for more information.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Friends of the Washburn Area Ambulance Service is offering a $500 scholarship to graduating seniors entering the medical human service field. Deadline April 29, 2019.

The AFS International Club Scholarship is available to seniors who have been dedicated to the Washburn International Club and have hosted an AFS student or have been a foreign exchange student. Deadline is May 3, 2019

The Northern Wisconsin Outdoor Experiential Education Scholarship provides financial assistance to students in the Chequamegon Bay communities so that they may participate in high-quality outdoor education programs.  Please stop in the office for additional information.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application. Deadline is March 18, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Mrs. Pufall's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs. Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Volunteer opportunities for Service Hours:  

Please contact Pam Ekholm pekholm@washburn.k12.wi.us if you are interested in helping with any of these opportunities.

  1. Serving Refreshments and Clean up at the Art Show Reception on April 9th (6pm – 8pm)
  2. Helping with the Spring Book Fair (one evening) from 4 – 8pm (can be broken into 2 shifts)
  3. Assisting with running game stations the morning of the last day of school
  4. Assisting in the classrooms for the Open House day for NEXT school year.  7:30-12:30 …….this is 5 hours of service work taken care of!!!!

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




March 7, 2019

Saturday School:
The next Saturday School will be on March 16th.

Term 3 Finals:
Thursday, March 21st
Friday, March 22nd

Spring Break:
March 25th - 29th
School resumes April 1st
End of Term 3:  March 22nd

Congrats to:
Congrats to the WHS Visual Arts Classic Team for their performance at Regionals last Friday!  The following students advance to the state competition in Madison in April: LInnea Gregoire- onsite drawing, Signe Overby- long-term and onsite painting, Iley Guenther- long-term and onsite personal adornment, and Elena Ritter- long-term and onsite ceramics.  Great job team!  

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 


Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Seniors:

Senior class dues are due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  An invoice was sent home with the Semester 1 report cards regarding how much you owe.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Northern Wisconsin Outdoor Experiential Education Scholarship provides financial assistance to students in the Chequamegon Bay communities so that they may participate in high-quality outdoor education programs.  Please stop in the office for additional information.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application. Deadline is March 18, 2019

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




February 26, 2019

Meetings:

On March 4th during Help NHS and Student Government kids will be called to Ms. Pingel's room for group photos for yearbook. Also, if you are a senior and know what college or program you'll be pursuing after high school, bring a sweatshirt or a cup with your school's name on it. We will be taking pictures for our "where are you going?" senior page. 

Tracksters!:

The season will soon be upon us!  A meeting for all interested athletes will be at 3:45 on Monday, March 4th.   We will cover all pertinent season info.  Be prepared to fill out our team PAPERWORK!!  If your school eligibility paperwork is in and all up-to-date and you’ve had at least a week off from your winter sport, you could even begin practice that day!!  So come dressed to go for a run (weather permitting – outdoor, indoor if not), we will be done by 5:00!  All others should attend and then speak to Coach Collins about your start date!  We are looking forward to the season!  It’s gonna be AWESOME!

Congrats to:
Congrats to the WHS Visual Arts Classic Team for their performance at Regionals last Friday!  The following students advance to the state competition in Madison in April: LInnea Gregoire- onsite drawing, Signe Overby- long-term and onsite painting, Iley Guenther- long-term and onsite personal adornment, and Elena Ritter- long-term and onsite ceramics.  Great job team!  

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting Ojibwe Storytelling with Andrea DeBungie on Wednesday, Feb. 27 in Profe's room from 5-6:30. Tea will be served and we will make dream catchers.

Early College Credit Program:

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

Senior pictures and quotes are due to Syerah Mulhern-Allred by February 28th.

Senior class dues are due on March 22nd.  If you do not pay your dues, you will not be eligible to walk at graduation.  An invoice was sent home with the Semester 1 report cards regarding how much you owe.  Please turn your dues in to the class treasurer, Carlyn Lowe as soon as possible.

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

We have the opportunity to have a representative from the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland come talk to you about being a military officer and the opportunities the military provides you for college. If you are interested in meeting with this person, please let Laurie know by Thursday, March 7th.

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The Community Partnership Scholarship will be awarded to a female high school senior graduating from a Northern Wisconsin High School.  Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more information and deadline.

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

Mosaic Help Needed
Earn Service Learning hours while creating art for the Elementary School Library. We're having a 7th-12th grade student only work day on Wednesday, Feb. 27 from 3 to 5:30 in the elementary school library. We'll also have a work time that day from 5:30-7:30 which is open to the public.  No experience necessary. Snacks provided. Don't forget to bring your Service Learning form. Contact: Jamey Ritter - bemusedwi@gmail.com

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




February 22, 2019

Saturday School:

Saturday school will be held on February 23rd.

Meetings:

On Feb. 25th during Help NHS and Student Government kids will be called to Ms. Pingel's room for group photos for yearbook. Also, if you are a senior and know what college or program you'll be pursuing after high school, bring a sweatshirt or a cup with your school's name on it. We will be taking pictures for our "where are you going?" senior page. 

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting Ojibwe Storytelling with Andrea DeBungie on Wednesday, Feb. 27 in Profe's room from 5-6:30. Tea will be served and we will make dream catchers.

Early College Credit Program:

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

Senior pictures and quotes are due to Syerah Mulhern-Allred by February 28th.

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




February 15, 2019

Saturday School:

Saturday school will be held on February 23rd.

Congratulations to the Ski Team!  Below are the results from their home meet at Mt. Ashwabay: 

Ashwabay girls took 1st:

Davina Anderson took 1st overall for girls 

Meghan Dougherty took 9th overall girls 

 Ashwabay Boys took 2nd: 

Matt Kouba took 5th overall boys 

Charlie Dougherty took 10th overall boys 

Early College Credit Program:

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

ACT Testing:  February 20th JUNIORS ONLY

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



February 11, 2019

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

ACT Testing:  February 20th JUNIORS ONLY

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Career Day Sign-up by February 14th:

Explore the many opportunities available at Career Day 2019 at WITC-Ashland on Thursday, February 28th. You’ll be able to meet instructors and students, gain in-depth knowledge about our career programs, participate in hands-on learning activities, explore the campus, and enjoy a free lunch!  There are a number of programs to choose from to explore. Students will take a bus to WITC-Ashland at 8:30am and return around noon.  Space is limited.  Sign up online or get a paper registration form from Mrs. Nelson in room 116.  Students must register by Thursday, February 14, 2019. 

https://witc.secure.force.com/Events/targetX_eventsb__events#/esr?eid=a141Q000005jOFZQA2

Girls' Soccer:

Sign-up sheet is in the office.  Stop in and sign-up if you are interested in joining.

Girls' Softball Meeting:

There will be a meeting on Wednesday, February 13th at 3 p.m. in the Conference Room.  If you have any questions, please contact Molly McCool at molly.mccool08@gmail.com 

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



February 7TH, 2019

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Cabin Fever Dress-Up Days, February 4th - 8th:

Monday:  American Monday

Tuesday:  Pajama Day

Wednesday:  Hawaiian Day

Thursday:  Jersey/Uniform Day

Friday:  Red and Black Day, Show your School Spirit!  

Winter sports assembly will take place on Friday, February 8th.


Menu Changes, February 4th - 8th:

Monday- Soup Bar

Tuesday- Ground Beef Gravy over Mashed Potatoes

Wednesday- Walking Taco

Thursday- Potato Bar

Friday- Sub sandwiches

Girls' Soccer:

Sign-up sheet is in the office.  Stop in and sign-up if you are interested in joining.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.

February 4, 2019

There will be an International Club Meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 6th during KC in Profe's room. We need to reschedule some events, do Pow Wow planning and eat and talk about food!

February 2nd, 2019

Cabin Fever Dress-Up Days, February 4th - 8th:

Monday:  American Monday

Tuesday:  Pajama Day

Wednesday:  Hawaiian Day

Thursday:  Jersey/Uniform Day

Friday:  Red and Black Day, Show your School Spirit!  

Winter sports assembly will take place on Friday, February 8th.


Menu Changes, February 4th - 8th:

Monday- Soup Bar

Tuesday- Ground Beef Gravy over Mashed Potatoes

Wednesday- Walking Taco

Thursday- Potato Bar

Friday- Sub sandwiches


Girls' Soccer:

Sign-up sheet is in the office.  Stop in and sign-up if you are interested in joining.

Meetings:

Baseball:  

Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 3 p.m

Belize Trip:  Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 6 p.m.  

Are you interested snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  There will be a parent meeting for students/parents interested in signing up for the trip on Wednesday, February 6th at 6:00 p.m. in the LRC.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.





January 24, 2019

Attention All HS HEALTH students!  

Please check your grade and see Mrs. Collins.  I am missing several assignments from MANY of you!

Winter Triathlon:

There's a new winter triathlon starting in Washburn on January 26th.   9k Ski (skate or classic), 6k Fat Bike, 3k Snowshoe Run at the Lake Superior View Golf Course on County C.  All necessary equipment can be rented at Howl in Bayfield and/or Bay City Cycles in Ashland.  For details and registration, visit washburnwintertri.weebly.com.  

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting an evening of Ojibwe storytelling on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 5:30 pm in Profe's room. Andrea DeBungie will be here to share the  tradition  of winter storytelling. 

Baseball Meeting:

Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 3 p.m. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

ALL students need to have their Chromebooks and chargers, Tuesday and Wednesday,  January 22nd and 23rd for scheduling and STAR testing. 

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




January 10, 2019

ALL students need to have their Chromebooks Tuesday and Wednesday of next week for scheduling and STAR testing.That is January 22nd and 23rd. Bring your charger, as well.

Friday nights High School Girls' Basketball vs Drummond game will be broadcast on WNXR 107.3 FM.  JV tip-off is at 5:45 p.m. and Varsity at 7 p.m.

Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

There will be an International Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 during Knowledge Cafe in Profe's room. We will do Pow Wow planning and set dates for our January events.


Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:


The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



January 3, 2019

Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

There will be an International Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 during Knowledge Cafe in Profe's room. We will do Pow Wow planning and set dates for our January events.

Meetings:

There will be a VAC meeting Friday, Jan. 4 during Knowledge Cafe in the art room to finalize studio categories.

Senior class meeting on Monday, January 7th during HELP in Mr. Augustyn's room.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.












February 22, 2019

Saturday School:

Saturday school will be held on February 23rd.

Meetings:

On Feb. 25th during Help NHS and Student Government kids will be called to Ms. Pingel's room for group photos for yearbook. Also, if you are a senior and know what college or program you'll be pursuing after high school, bring a sweatshirt or a cup with your school's name on it. We will be taking pictures for our "where are you going?" senior page. 

Belize Trip:   

Are you interested in snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 or email her at gnelson@wsdk12.net for more information. 

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting Ojibwe Storytelling with Andrea DeBungie on Wednesday, Feb. 27 in Profe's room from 5-6:30. Tea will be served and we will make dream catchers.

Early College Credit Program:

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

Senior pictures and quotes are due to Syerah Mulhern-Allred by February 28th.

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




February 15, 2019

Saturday School:

Saturday school will be held on February 23rd.

Congratulations to the Ski Team!  Below are the results from their home meet at Mt. Ashwabay: 

Ashwabay girls took 1st:

Davina Anderson took 1st overall for girls 

Meghan Dougherty took 9th overall girls 

 Ashwabay Boys took 2nd: 

Matt Kouba took 5th overall boys 

Charlie Dougherty took 10th overall boys 

Early College Credit Program:

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

ACT Testing:  February 20th JUNIORS ONLY

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



February 11, 2019

The deadline for Early College Credit Program and Start College Now is March 1st for Fall semester. Interested Juniors and Seniors stop by to see Mrs. Pufall for an application.

ACT Testing:  February 20th JUNIORS ONLY

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Yearbooks:

On sale now!  Go to www.treering.com/validate

School passcode:  101456431559470

When you purchase your book online you can create 2 free custom pages for your book. You can add photos, sign books, send your friends a message,and add memories. You get 2 free personal pages that will be printed in your unique copy! $30- buy today!

Career Day Sign-up by February 14th:

Explore the many opportunities available at Career Day 2019 at WITC-Ashland on Thursday, February 28th. You’ll be able to meet instructors and students, gain in-depth knowledge about our career programs, participate in hands-on learning activities, explore the campus, and enjoy a free lunch!  There are a number of programs to choose from to explore. Students will take a bus to WITC-Ashland at 8:30am and return around noon.  Space is limited.  Sign up online or get a paper registration form from Mrs. Nelson in room 116.  Students must register by Thursday, February 14, 2019. 

https://witc.secure.force.com/Events/targetX_eventsb__events#/esr?eid=a141Q000005jOFZQA2

Girls' Soccer:

Sign-up sheet is in the office.  Stop in and sign-up if you are interested in joining.

Girls' Softball Meeting:

There will be a meeting on Wednesday, February 13th at 3 p.m. in the Conference Room.  If you have any questions, please contact Molly McCool at molly.mccool08@gmail.com 

Trap Team Meeting:

Students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited to an information/recruitment meeting on Monday, March 4th at 6 p.m. at the WITC Conference Center.  New and returning shooters are invited.  For more information, please see the flyers on the bulletin boards.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

A representative from UW-Superior will be here on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. for any interested Juniors/Seniors.

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Bayfield Electric Cooperative is offering 2 scholarships for graduating Seniors. The General Scholarship and the Lineman Scholarship (for those attending Lineman school). Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The Ashland/Bayfield County Sportsmen are offing a $500 scholarship to qualified graduating seniors. Stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for more details and an application. Deadline is April 26, 2019.

The Dream Pool Foundation is offering several scholarship awards for graduating seniors attending college with an Art Major. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for requirements and application.

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

Wisconsin Towns Association along with Rural Mutual Insurance is offering several scholarships to graduating seniors who write and enter an essay about "Please explain the importance of high speed broadband access to town economic and community development". Deadline is May 31, 2019

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



February 7TH, 2019

On February 20th all Juniors are required to take the ACT.  That day will be a Junior ONLY day.  Students in grade 7,8,9,10, and 12 will not have school on Feb 20th in order to accommodate for ACT testing.  All Juniors must report to the cafeteria by 8:00am.  A breakfast will be served.

Cabin Fever Dress-Up Days, February 4th - 8th:

Monday:  American Monday

Tuesday:  Pajama Day

Wednesday:  Hawaiian Day

Thursday:  Jersey/Uniform Day

Friday:  Red and Black Day, Show your School Spirit!  

Winter sports assembly will take place on Friday, February 8th.


Menu Changes, February 4th - 8th:

Monday- Soup Bar

Tuesday- Ground Beef Gravy over Mashed Potatoes

Wednesday- Walking Taco

Thursday- Potato Bar

Friday- Sub sandwiches

Girls' Soccer:

Sign-up sheet is in the office.  Stop in and sign-up if you are interested in joining.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms.Pufall's office for more details and to sign up to go.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Mrs. Pufall's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Mrs.Pufall for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.

February 4, 2019

There will be an International Club Meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 6th during KC in Profe's room. We need to reschedule some events, do Pow Wow planning and eat and talk about food!

February 2nd, 2019

Cabin Fever Dress-Up Days, February 4th - 8th:

Monday:  American Monday

Tuesday:  Pajama Day

Wednesday:  Hawaiian Day

Thursday:  Jersey/Uniform Day

Friday:  Red and Black Day, Show your School Spirit!  

Winter sports assembly will take place on Friday, February 8th.


Menu Changes, February 4th - 8th:

Monday- Soup Bar

Tuesday- Ground Beef Gravy over Mashed Potatoes

Wednesday- Walking Taco

Thursday- Potato Bar

Friday- Sub sandwiches


Girls' Soccer:

Sign-up sheet is in the office.  Stop in and sign-up if you are interested in joining.

Meetings:

Baseball:  

Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 3 p.m

Belize Trip:  Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 6 p.m.  

Are you interested snorkeling, cave tubing, and visiting ancient ruins in Belize?  It’s not too late to sign up for the Belize 2020 trip.  The $200 discount will be extended until the end of February.  There will be a parent meeting for students/parents interested in signing up for the trip on Wednesday, February 6th at 6:00 p.m. in the LRC.  See Mrs. Nelson in room 116 for more information. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.





January 24, 2019

Attention All HS HEALTH students!  

Please check your grade and see Mrs. Collins.  I am missing several assignments from MANY of you!

Winter Triathlon:

There's a new winter triathlon starting in Washburn on January 26th.   9k Ski (skate or classic), 6k Fat Bike, 3k Snowshoe Run at the Lake Superior View Golf Course on County C.  All necessary equipment can be rented at Howl in Bayfield and/or Bay City Cycles in Ashland.  For details and registration, visit washburnwintertri.weebly.com.  

Ojibwe Storytelling:

The International Club will be hosting an evening of Ojibwe storytelling on Wednesday, Jan. 30 at 5:30 pm in Profe's room. Andrea DeBungie will be here to share the  tradition  of winter storytelling. 

Baseball Meeting:

Wednesday, February 6th in the LRC at 3 p.m. 

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

ALL students need to have their Chromebooks and chargers, Tuesday and Wednesday,  January 22nd and 23rd for scheduling and STAR testing. 

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




January 10, 2019

ALL students need to have their Chromebooks Tuesday and Wednesday of next week for scheduling and STAR testing.That is January 22nd and 23rd. Bring your charger, as well.

Friday nights High School Girls' Basketball vs Drummond game will be broadcast on WNXR 107.3 FM.  JV tip-off is at 5:45 p.m. and Varsity at 7 p.m.

Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

There will be an International Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 during Knowledge Cafe in Profe's room. We will do Pow Wow planning and set dates for our January events.


Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:


The WITC-Ashland Career Day is Thursday, February 28th, 2019 from 9:00-11:30 a.m. Stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more details and to sign up to go.

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

Memorial Medical Center is offering the Future Caregiver Scholarship to students going into the healthcare field. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for an application.

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.



January 3, 2019

Saturday School:  January 12th

Sack lunches will no longer be available during Saturday school.  There will be snacks available but students should bring their own lunch.

Term 2/Semester 1 Final Exams:  January 17th & 18th

No School:  January 21st

Congratulations to the 4HCANSKI team for their races on Dec. 28 and 29. The High School Boys' team won both the classic and the skate races. Bradley Kubik and Ryan Meeker made the podium at Second and Third in the classic race and Ryan was third in the skate race. The High school Girls' team was third in both races and Erin Matula placed third in the classic race. All skiers had excellent performances!

There will be an International Club meeting on Thursday, Jan. 3 during Knowledge Cafe in Profe's room. We will do Pow Wow planning and set dates for our January events.

Meetings:

There will be a VAC meeting Friday, Jan. 4 during Knowledge Cafe in the art room to finalize studio categories.

Senior class meeting on Monday, January 7th during HELP in Mr. Augustyn's room.

Doors:

In the effort of keeping our student safe, we ask that you do not open the outside doors for other students or individuals.  The office needs to be aware of anyone entering the building.  Please use the buzzer if need to gain entry into the building.

Seniors:

If you have any photos you would like to see in the senior slideshow at the end of the year, please turn in your photos or email them to Carlyn Lowe carl.lowe@wsdk12.net or Lindsey Defoe lind.defoe@wsdk12.net as soon as possible.   All photos for the senior slideshow are due by March 30, 2019.  We will not be accepting photos after the due date.

From the Counselor's Office:

WITC is offering ACT Prep sessions at the Ashland campus on January 28 (English), January 29 (Reading), January 30 (Science) and January 31 (Math). There is a fee, so please stop by the counselor's office for more information.

The ACT test will be given to Junior's on February 20th and 21st, 2019. More information will be available at a later date.

Scholarships: 

Seniors are encouraged to visit each website listed below and apply to as many scholarships as possible. This information changes daily, so check back frequently. 

The American Legion  is offering the 2019 Law Enforcement Career Academy scholarship. The application is available online at 222.wilegion.org for juniors and seniors interested in going into the law enforcement field. Deadline February 26, 2019.

Students entering the auto & truck industry can apply for The Foundation of WATDA scholarship by going to www.watda.org/scholarship. Deadline is January 15, 2019.

The Wisconsin Professional Police Association is offering scholarships to individuals enrolling in a course study leading to a degree in police science or criminal justice. Deadline is February 1st, 2019. Please stop by the Counselor's office for more information.

Wisconsin Restaurant Association Education Foundation is offering a scholarship to individuals pursuing an education in fields related to the restaurant and hospitality industries. Deadline is April 1, 2019. Please stop by to see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

Bayfield County is offering a scholarship to seniors who must attend a municipal meeting and a county board meeting between December 1st, 2018 and April 22, 2019. Other requirements apply. Please stop by Ms. Brittanie's office for more information.

Northwoods Community Credit Union is offering 2 $1,000 scholarships to seniors who have an account or their parents/guardian has an account and are a Prime Member for one year. Visit https://www.northwoodscu.com/about-us/nccu-scholarship/ for more information. The deadline is April 15, 2019.

Dunwoody College is offering their Youth Career Awareness Program to High School Juniors and Seniors. It is a 6-week summer program resulting in a large scholarship upon completion. Visit the School Counseling page on the High School website for the brochure. Deadline is May 1st, 2019

The Northland Vietnam Veterans Memorial Foundation Scholarship applications are available in Ms. Brittanie's office. The deadline is May 10, 2019. Please stop by for qualifications.

Studentscholarships.org is offering several awards to Wisconsin residents. Please visit their website for deadlines and information. Each scholarship has a different deadline, so be sure to visit frequently.

The local Joint Apprenticeship Committee has opened applications for Plumber/Pipe fitter apprenticeship year-round. Please see Ms. Brittanie for more information.

The Duluth/Superior Area Community Foundation is offering several scholarships. Follow this link

www.dsacommunityfoundation.com/learn-about-our-scholarships for more information.

Attention all seniors: Applications for the Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship are now being accepted. The Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship recognizes student leadership, citizenship, school and community involvement, and academic achievement. Each year the foundation awards $10,000 scholarships to 100 Wisconsin high school graduates. To be eligible you must be a graduating high school student intending to enroll in a post-secondary institution. This can include public or nonpublic universities, colleges, vocational/technical colleges, or certificate programs. This scholarship competition is highly competitive. To apply, go to https://hkf.smartsimple.com.

Service Learning Opportunities:

If you are a student that would like a peer tutor or if you are interested in being a peer tutor (we are looking for peer tutors in all content areas) please complete the appropriate google form that has been emailed to your school email account.

Board and Card Game Club:

Come play board games and card games in Mr. Coleman's room on Fridays, starting at 3:01 PM. Our game library consists of Splendor, Dominion, Munchkin, Risk, Ascension: Realms Unraveled, The Mind, Chess and Exploding Kittens. We will teach you any game that you have not played before. Feel free to bring other school appropriate board and card games.

Locker Rooms:

Please do not leave items in the locker room.  Any belongings left outside of a locker will be removed and you will need to see Mrs. Collins.

Other:

Please keep the hallways clear of all items (i.e. backpacks, shoes, athletic equipment).  Athletes are allowed to use the locker room to store their equipment during the day.  No items should be left in the gym commons area.

Hats are not allowed to be worn in the building and should be kept in your locker until the end of the school day.  Students should not be carrying their hats from class to class.

We have had a couple of instances of food being left in lockers, spoiling and causing bad odors in the hallways.  Please remove any food or food containers at the end of each school day.




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