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Discover Whitewater Middle School
Every Graduate an Engaged Lifelong Learner

401 South Elizabeth Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190

Main Phone: (262) 472-8360 or (262) 472-8361
Attendance Hotline: (262) 472-8300
Fax: (262) 472-8310

Principal: Dr. Tanya Wojciechowicz
Associate Principal: Mr. Ben Holzem
UPCOMING EVENTS
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Summer School starts on June 17. 
For more information, check out our Summer School Bulletin: https://www.wwusd.org/page/hot_news/view/252

Summer School Parents:
The WUSD Summer School Walk-through will take place on Sunday June 16 from 5pm-6:30pm at Whitewater HS. This is a great opportunity to obtain student schedules, find your students' classrooms, and drop off fees. Looking forward to seeing you there! 

El recorrido de la escuela de verano de WUSD se llevará a cabo el domingo 16 de junio de 5pm a 6:30pm en Whitewater High School. Esta es una gran oportunidad para obtener los horarios de los estudiantes, encontrar las aulas de sus estudiantes y hacer pagos. ¡Estamos deseando verlos allí!


Chromebook Collection
 

WMS Chromebook collection for all grade levels is scheduled for Tuesday, June 4, 2019.  Students are expected to turn in their Chromebooks and chargers at that time.  They will be maintained over the summer and the same devices will be redistributed in the fall.  8th grade students need to remove all stickers (except the Red Asset Tag) that they put on the device.


Student’s may incur the following fees which will be documented on turn in.

·  Damaged Chromebook Screen: $55.00

·  Non-functional device: Up to replacement cost ($225.00)

·  No charger: $25.00

·  Missing Keys: $5.00

·  Stickers (including leftover glue from stickers; excluding device serial number): $5.00 each


If a student misses the main Chromebook collection session, they may turn in their device and charger on Wednesday, June 5 at the WMS main office from 7:00-7:55 am.  After that, any device/charger that is being turned in needs to be done at Central Office only.  Thank you!



  • Why Whitewater?

    View our promotional video showcasing the district and the amazing staff, students and community members.  We are proud of our many offerings and educational opportunities that exist for our students. Our students succeed because of the high level of community and staff support.
     
  • Congratulations WHS Class of 2019!  

    seniors on parade




    WMS Students welcomed the Class of 2019 as they paraded the halls in their caps and gowns.  Students were able to show their enthusiasm and congratulate our graduating seniors!  Watch as one special student, Amaru Casas, was given a hearty congrats by his mother, Ms. Rosie Martinez, our amazing ELL teacher here at WMS!

    Surprise Amaru!
  • Welcome 5th Grade Students!

    5th grade visits WMS


    5th
    grade students from around the district visited WMS to tour the building and participate in an orientation program.  They practiced opening lockers, toured classrooms and met teachers, previewed the lunch room and athletic spaces, and met some great WMS student volunteers who introduced them to middle school.  See you in the fall 5th graders!

  • WHS Class of 2006

    Proud Whippets for life! All 5 of these WMS teachers graduated from WHS in 2006! 
    Class of 2006 WMS teachers




























    Pictured bottom row:  Mrs. Sara Pratt, Mrs. Andra Dolan, and Mrs. Cori Wojtkunski 
    Pictured top row: Mr. Jason Bleck and Mr. Johnny Gomez
     
  • Klim Challenges Students to Succeed

    Klim visits pratt classroom
    Vince Klim, defensive tackle for the UW-Whitewater Football team came and talked with students in Mrs. Pratt's 8th grade Read 180 about striving to do your best in high school and in college. He talked about challenges he's faced while in school and on the field, as well as some awesome tips to success. Thanks Vince for speaking to the heart of our students! 
  • Algebraic Applications are Important to Law Enforcement Careers


    Deputy Bob visits algebra class at WMS
    Deputy Bob Wierenga from the Walworth County Sheriff's Department came and visited Mr. Bleck and Mrs. Callope's 8th grade Algebra classes. The guest speaker to talked about his experience on the Crash Investigation Unit.  Many of the calculations performed to determine the speeds of vehicles in car crashes involve radicals which is the current unit of study in Algebra.