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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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Classes Work With Kettle Moraine Land Trust Project

On October 9th, students from Mr. Paul Majors and Ms. Petra Vande Zande's classes joined with members of the Kettle Moraine Land Trust, DNR, and other organizations to remove invasive species, evaluate water quality and collect seeds at the Bluff Creek State Natural Area. All students enjoyed the opportunity to learn from and alongside local environmental specialists. Partners for the event included We Energies Foundation, The Coburn Company, Rock River Coaltion, Wisconsin DNR, and the Whitewater School District. 


S.A.D.D. Welcomes New Members

S.A.D.D., Students Against Destructive Decisions, will be having its first meeting of the school year on November 4th. The club encourages students to avoid destructive decisions including drugs, drunk driving, and bullying. At the November 4th meeting we will discuss fundraisers, events, and possible donations that would help out WHS and our community. S.A.D.D. invites new and previous members to attend and is open to any ideas students may share! 


FFA Members Attend FIRE Conference

FFA members Caitlin Mau, Eve Klawitter, Sage Babcock, Matt Lucht, Tyler Lippens, and Jakob Gmur attended the FIRE (Foundations in Reaching Excellence) conference on October 18th at UW-Madison. While at the conference members learned about the "basics" of FFA plus how to become leaders of the future. All members said the conference was fun and very worthwhile.


FBLA Engages in Elements for Success Series

FBLA members recently attended the second presentation in the Elements for Success series at the Whitewater Innovation Center.  Students had the opportunity to listen to Aaron Jagdfeld, President and CEO, of Generac.  Aaron is a UW-W accounting graduate and was named by Forbes as one of the 20 most powerful CEOs 40 years of age or younger.  Aaron shared with the audience his journey at Generac.  Generac now employees more than 3,000 people--mostly in the company's six facilities in Wisconsin, including its largest plant here in Whitewater.