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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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Student Groups Participate in Parade

Operation Click was one of many high school groups to participate in the annual Whitewater Fourth of July Parade. Other participants included the cast of the summer school musical, members of the FFA, and the high school band.

 

Alum to be Honored at Parade

Air Force Captain Jonathon Roe (WHS Class of 2000), will be administered the oath for his official promotion to Major by CSM (Retired) Steve Nass at the start of the Whitewater Fourth of July Parade at 9:30am. After changing from his flight suit at 9:45 he plans to run the "Whippet City Mile." Jon graduated from the United States Air Force Academy in the Class of 2004 and received his MBA from the UWW in 2010. He is currently a B-2 Stealth Bomber Instructor Pilot and USAF Weapons School Instructor at Whiteman AFB, MO. Jon is married to WHS alum Emily Haberman.

 

FBLA Adviser Recognized at National Conference

Cynthia Teal was recently recognized as Wisconsin's Outstanding Local Adviser at the FBLA National Leadership Conference held in Nashville, Tennessee, at the Gaylord Hotel and Convention Center. She was also recognized as a new addition to the FBLA Adviser Wall of Fame located in Reston, Virginia, at the FBLA National Headquarters. Both awards were a result of local chapter members making nominations to recognize Mrs. Teal. 

 

Photo Courtesy of Bob Mischka

Athletes Compete at State

The track and field teams ended their season with a trip to LaCrosse for the state meet.  10 athletes qualified for the meet.  The meet was highlighted by 2 new school records and a top three finish.  Brett Harms took down a 28 year old record in the 1600m, held formerly by David Sydow.  He finished in 4:19.30 to take 9th place in an incredibly fast field which included a new state record.  Liz Mielke smashed her own school record in the 3200m run later on Friday with a 10:51.95.  Earlier in the season, Liz broke the 3200m record that was held for 29 years.  Over the last month, she has taken off 38 seconds from the original record held by Amy Cooper.  The top overall finish was by Joe Bullis in the 300 hurdles.  Joe had really come on the last month and continued to impress.  Joe's experience at the state meet last season proved valuable as he was able to run personal bests first in the prelims on Friday and then again in finals on Saturday.  Joe reached a season goal of breaking 40 seconds in the finals.  Keagen Stonewerth was the only other athlete to score at state, finishing in a tie for 8th place in the pole value.  Seniors Brad Stoll, Jacquelyn Caldwell, and Dani Dolan were able to end their careers competing at state as well, which is exactly what every senior is hoping for.