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April 16, 2020 Dear Parents and Guardians, On Thursday, April 16, the Governor of Wisconsin extended the ‘Safer at Home’ order until May 26.  In the order, he also closed school buildings for the remainder of the school year.  While Governor Evers closed school buildings, he did not cancel school for the remainder of the year. Even with our buildings closed, we remain committed to our mission of ‘providing a quality education for every student’ and supporting our vision that ‘every child can achieve excellence’.  Our students, families, and staff have done such a great job over the past four weeks transitioning to the new format of learning through distance education.  We have a lot to be proud of as a school community! During the remainder of the school year, we will continue to stay connected with our students and families through the new learning format that we have put in place.  We will continue to provide learning opportunities for our students virtually and through instructional packets.  We know there are challenges to this format of learning, but we are dedicated to caring for and supporting our students academically, socially, and emotionally until the end of the school year.  We know this is hard for everyone.  We miss our students, and we miss the traditional learning format that connects us in person with our students and families.  We appreciate your understanding, patience, and flexibility as we continue providing instruction during these unpreceded times.  Please watch for more information as we make plans for the remainder of the school year, summer learning, and back-to-school in fall.   We are all in this together, and we are #wcsdstrong! Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions or concerns.  Take care.  Be well.
    Carla M. Buboltz, District Administrator/ Caroline Mihalski,  Pupil Services Director/ Scott Thompson,  WHS Principal/ Craig Haese, WHS Assistant Principal/ Bob Caelwaerts, WMS Principal/ Sarah Nelson,  WES Principal
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