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Every Graduate an Engaged Lifelong Learner
 
534 South Elizabeth Street
Whitewater, Wisconsin 53190
 
Main Phone: (262)472-8100
Student Services Phone: (262)472-8110
Attendance Hotline: (262)472-8109
 
Principal: Mr. Doug Parker
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FBLA Coordinates Giving Tree Project

FBLA members recently coordinated their annual Giving Tree project.  After collecting spare change during first hour classes, over $900 was collected to support two local families for the holidays.  Congratulations to the top three classes:  Ms. Teal, Mr. Stewart, and Ms. Houwers.  Thank you to students and staff for your generosity during this project!  Pictured are Travis Winger, Maggie Hough, Landon Walker, Trinaty Crowe, Charlotte (community representative), and Emma Stutzman.

 

Photo Courtesy of Peter Mischka
Boys' Basketball Rolls Over Big Foot

The Whippet boys notched their second basketball win of the season when they beat Big Foot on Thursday night, 66-39. The leading scorer for Whitewater was Tyler Hill with 14, followed by Brodie Runez with 12. The Whippets' conference record is now even at 2-2. Their next game is a non-conference match against Badger at home on January 2. Photos courtesy of Peter Mischka.

 

Physics Students Construct Rube Goldberg Machines

Physics students display their engineering skill in their build of a Rube Goldberg machine that will ring a receptionist's bell twice. They are hoping to hear the sweet sound of success!

 

WHS Players Nominated for 6 Tommy Awards

Congratulations to the cast, crew, and band of “The Drowsy Chaperone” on their recent Tommy Award nominations including Outstanding Musical, Outstanding Ensemble, Outstanding Lead Performers (Jeremy Hoesly, Remi VanDaele, Josh Pelayo), Outstanding Supporting Performers (Mitch Dalzin, Gianna Creanza), Outstanding Direction (Jim McCulloch), and Outstanding Set Design (Steve Smith). Named for local Broadway star Tom Wopat, the Tommy Awards encourage, recognize, and honor excellence in high school musical theater. Educators, industry professionals, and theater experts review productions at more than 60 high schools, provide valuable feedback and advice, and honor schools and individuals’ achievements with category-based awards. Schools and individuals receive awards at a ceremony held at Overture Center in June, and two outstanding performers advance to The National High School Musical Theatre Awards competition in New York City.