Students compete annually in the MSOE Opportunity Conference computer programming competition. This team placed 3rd out of 51 teams in 2016.
Whitewater was the perfect choice for me. The creativity and willingness to innovate on the part of the staff along with the wonderful feeling of community immediately made Whitewater feel like home. I couldn't think of a better place to be!
I began teaching in Whitewater in the fall of 1993 after graduating from UW Oshkosh with a major in secondary education mathematics and a minor in computer science. Teaching was the only thing I ever wanted to do, and in choosing this career I followed in the footsteps of two of my older sisters.