Mr. Randy Smith
Upper body picture of Mr. Smith in a shirt and tie.
Whitewater High School
104 and 144
Phone: 262-472-8273

Whitewater Middle School
Phone: 262-472-8346


I’m looking forward to interacting with staff, students, parents, and community members at both the middle and high school. 

Why Whitewater?
I enjoy working at Whitewater Unified School District because of our rigorous curriculum, excellent facilities, professional staff members, great students, and small-town atmosphere. 

Background Information:
I was born and raised in Fond du Lac, WI. I’ve taught business and information technology courses within our district the past 18 years. My other work experience includes being an Assistant Manager, Store Manager, Marketing Manager, and Director of Operations for retail organizations. My educational background includes a Master of Science in Organizational Leadership & Quality and a Master of Arts in Education.
Business Law (2nd Semester)
Business Law focuses on how civil, criminal, consumer, contract, corporate, employment, property, and sales law protects our legal rights and responsibilities. This course enables students to apply relevant legal principles to their roles as citizens, consumers, and employees. Students analyze, evaluate, and resolve legal disputes through class discussions, case studies, reflections, videos, and a civil mock trial. (Articulated course with Gateway Tech College)
Career Exploration (1st & 2nd Semester) 7th Grade
Career Exploration introduces students to the business world and other business courses, such as Accounting, Business Law, Entrepreneurship, Intro to Business, Personal Finance, and Sales & Marketing. This course enables students to create a budget, understand savings accounts, develop a business idea, examine marketing and management functions, and recognize how business impacts their daily lives. Students also explore career possibilities and select career opportunities.
Entrepreneurship (1st Semester)
Entrepreneurship enables students to develop an understanding of business operations and the skills necessary to become entrepreneurs. Students explore career, marketing, management, financial, and legal requirements to own and operate a small business. Students create their own businesses by choosing a business idea that is developed into a business plan throughout the semester. Students also complete online management simulations throughout Entrepreneurship. (Articulated course with Gateway Tech College)
Future Connections (1st Semester)
Students learn the keyboarding touch method, language skills, basic Microsoft Office features, and document formatting. Students also explore career planning and begin the development of an electronic portfolio.
Personal Finance (1st & 2nd Semester)
Personal Finance focuses on using financial procedures to plan, organize, and allocate resources. Students explore and understand financial opportunities affecting their daily lives, such as exploring career opportunities, filing tax returns, using money management strategies, setting financial goals, selecting bank services, evaluating risk management, protecting credit, trading investments, and planning for retirement. (Articulated course with Gateway Tech College)
Sales and Marketing (2nd Semester)
Sales & Marketing enables students to learn techniques businesses use to meet and exceed consumer needs. Students explore economic benefits, domestic and global markets, and the sales process. Students also analyze and apply marketing research, product management, promotion, financial, entrepreneurial, and career planning strategies. (Articulated course with Gateway Tech College)