On Saturday, Wrightstown High School had three teams, 18 students, compete at the State Robotics Championship in Milwaukee.
Team 1790B, finished in second place and qualified for the world competition. Great job, Henry Neerdaels, Isaiah Ley, Sean Rohan, Sam McMahon, Connor Kohlman, Collin Jepsen, and Mark Diny. Good job and good luck at WORLDS!
Team 1790A finished in fifth place! Great job, Andrew Hansen, Tyler Mierow, Nick Diny and Logan Hanaway.
Great job and good luck at World Competition!
Wrightstown High School is truly proud of the determination and dedication of all
Robotics Club students!
The high school placed 20th at the state Battle of the Books Competition out of 60 teams.
2016-17 Battle of the Books High School Team
Lions Club Peace Poster Contest (Left to Right) Lauren Boettcher (runner up), Kaitlyn Segerstrom (runner up), Janet Seidl (runner up), Mrs. Patty Weyenberg- Lions Club Member, Kaitlyn Rohan 1st Place Winner
Athletic Event Expectations
Safety for our students is one of our highest priorities. To provide a safe environment and to assure that students are properly supervised, all students, 6th GRADE AND UNDER, who are attending any Wrightstown Athletic Events must be accompanied by an adult. In addition, to an adult chaperone, it is our expectation that students attending athletic events are there to watch the event. We expect the students to sit in the stands, support our team, and behave respectfully and responsibly when doing so. Students that are out of the stands for extended periods of time will be asked to return to the stands. Students that are not behaving appropriately will be asked to contact a parent and leave the event. By working together, we can make our sporting events enjoyable for the student athletes, the coaches, the officials, the game supervisors , and all the fans. Thank you for your assistance.
Great things happen in the Wrightstown Community School District every day!
To help us share a few of our success stories, Wrightstown Community Schools participated in a regional initiative called ?My Public School Experience.? It was a collaborative effort by FOX 11, Bellin Health, and CESA 7 to tell public school success stories. For the initiative, we had to choose three students and three programs to highlight. With over 1300 students and 150 staff members who have success stories to share ?.narrowing it down was very difficult! Thank you to the students, parents, alumni, and teachers who helped make ?My Public School Experience? a success for our schools.
Wrightstown Elementary School spotlights Theo Van Rossum and Molly Ruebl and highlights the First Grade use of RazKids. Raz Kids is a computerized literacy program that uses differentiated reading levels, self-selected texts, and comprehension strategies to engage young readers. The fun part is reading earns you points to build a robot! Wrightstown Elementary School Video Commercial
Wrightstown High School spotlights Mark Diny and Carlie Servais and highlights the Future Business Leaders of America student organization and Business Education at WHS. Wrightstown High School Video Commercial
These longer videos will be narrowed down into 50 second commercials which will be aired this spring and fall on Fox 11 during Good Day Wisconsin and FOX 11 news at 5:00 and 9:00. We hope you enjoy the three success stories that are shared; know that success stories like these happen every day in every classroom for our students!
"excellence in student achievement"
"quality education for every student"
Student learning is the district’s highest priority.
Student learning is composed of: intellectual development human and social development career development
All students can learn, can demonstrate what they have learned, and their learning is measurable.
Students learn best when there is a continuous challenge to achieve at higher levels and when instruction is differentiated to accommodate student learning needs.
Student learning is enhanced when there is an environment that fosters a joy of learning, positive student relations, honesty, trust, responsibility and respect.
As we interact in an ever-changing globally diverse environment, students must demonstrate consideration and understanding for the diversity of thought, beliefs, and people.
Family, students, staff and community all share the responsibility of providing a productive, safe and compassionate learning environment.
Ongoing professional development ensures a highly qualified staff, which is necessary for student success.
Annual District goal setting is important to ensure focus on continuous district improvement and that decision-making will be based on the use of data.
the ability to be ready for further education and the workforce upon high school graduation
the opportunity to be challenged individually to reach the greatest potential in reading, writing, mathematics, social studies, and science
the ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences, including the ability to access, synthesize and present information
the ability to think critically, utilize information and information-technology to solve problems, to develop opinions and to make decisions
the opportunity to ask questions, critique and cite evidence, and apply knowledge
human and social development
the knowledge and understanding of the rights, privileges and responsibilities of United States and global citizenship
the knowledge and positive habits they need to be physically and emotionally healthy individuals
the understanding of the importance of daily attendance, punctuality and active engagement in the learning process
the knowledge and skills required to be socially responsible citizens who give back to the community as a whole
the ability to demonstrate consideration and understanding for the diversity of thought, beliefs and people
the skill, work ethic, concentration, and stamina to respond to rigorous levels of accountability and learning
the competencies they need to be self-directed individuals who display initiative, set priorities, establish career and life goals
the knowledge and understanding of the range of career choices available to them and the actions required to pursue specific career paths
the skills required to work effectively and safely with others
the independence and self-sufficiency to analyze, problem solve, set goals, and take responsibilty for college and career readiness
the ability to build relationships through communication with teachers and school administration
the understanding of the importance for independence and accountability for their children
the knowledge and understanding for the need to have children prepared, on-time and ready to learn
the understanding for the need to provide a conducive environment for homework that fosters independence, stamina for learning, problem solving, and self-reliance
the ability to access and utilize all resources available to foster a positive and stable environment for children