Michelle Garven has been announced as the new district administrator of the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District. Garven was at the school Friday being shown around by current district administrator George Steffen and school board President Tom Steiner. Garven is currently the director of learning services in the Grafton School District. She has been an educator […]
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The Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District made the following announcement this week regarding talented and/or gifted program at he school: Students at Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District (TWC) will soon be able to enhance their learning even further thanks to Trevor-Wilmot School Board members approving expanded Talented and/or Gifted (TAG) programming at the last meeting of […]
Trevor-Wilmot School officials have repairs and clean-up under way today in the wake of a heating coil rupture that flooded parts of the building and closed the school for classes today. Here’s a statement we just received this morning from district administrator George Steffen: It appears that a heating coil ruptured in a unit which […]
Trevor-Wilmot School students will have yet another day off of school Wednesday as a broken water pipe has closed the building for today. An announcement on the school’s website says the pipe has caused flooding in the school.
Trevor-Wilmot School officials plan to re-open the building for classes as planned on Monday. The building was closed Friday for disinfecting treatment after over 50 students came down with a stomach ailment this week. While officials said school will be open, the school has cancelled its Veterans Day program planned for Monday. “…We have cancelled […]
Trevor-Wilmot School will be closed Friday — not for the typical reason of bad weather — but for illness. WISN is reporting that the closure was due to 70 students being absent or going home with a stomach virus. The building will be cleaned while it is closed Friday. UPDATE 7:11 p.m. — Here is […]
The Trevor-Wilmot PTO is currently seeking Vendors/Crafters for thier Vendor/Craft Fair being held on Saturday, Dec. 7 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Email April Biel at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 262-716-7873 for more information or to obtain a registration form. Forms can also be picked up at the front offce at Trevor-Wilmot School anytime during […]
Children in the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District who will be four years old on or before Sept. 1, 2013 are eligible to register for 4-Year-Old Kindergarten (4K) for the 2013- 2014 school year. A child’s birthday should be on or before September, 2009 to enroll. There is no early entrance to 4K. Children do not need […]
Six Western Kenosha County School Districts will have uncontested races for school board seats in the April 2 spring election. They are: Trevor-Wilmot School: Only incumbent Cole Marshall filed candidacy papers. Wilmot High School: Two incumbents, Marcie Badtke and Wayne Trongeau, were the only people who filed candidacy papers. Wheatland Center School: Incumbents Mary Ochoa-Petersen and Chris […]
When Lance Haas, former Wilmot Union High School band and choir director was given a cancer diagnosis in April 2010, he was told he had just 10 months to live. During those months, he began growing closer to God through prayer, reading his Bible more and trying to discern the reason he was still alive […]
A candidates forum featuring 61st Assembly District candidates state Rep. Samantha Kerkman and state Rep. John Steinbrink will take place at Trevor-Wilmot School, Oct. 23, at 7 p.m., in Cafeteria 118. The school’s address is 26325 Wilmot Road (Highway C), Trevor. The candidates will answer written questions posed by the audience. The candidate forum is sponsored by […]
Parents, community members and students filled the halls of Trevor-Wilmot School Wednesday night to catch a glimpse of over 50 historical figures in a National History Day: A Night at the Museum event. Visitors were treated to one-on-one information explained by Cleopatra, George Washington, and Amelia Earhart, just to name a few. This year’s 7th graders […]
Trevor-Wilmot School hosted a Family Science Night Thursday evening. The event began with a Mad Science Show in the new gymnasium. Those attending saw amazing chemical reactions, fantastic forces and other experiments. Many of the experiments required helpers from the student audience. After the show, families were able to visit hands on science stations where children explored, mischievous magnets, […]
The Trevor-Wilmot School Class of 2012 has a couple of fundraisers planned. The class will host a Car Wash, Sat. Sept. 24 from 10 a.m. to noon, at the Trevor Fire House on Highway C. $ per car and $7 per van/suv. The class will host a Save The Cans! aluminum can drive on Saturday, Oct. 29,at the Trevor Fire House on Highway C, from 8 […]
The Trevor-Wilmot School District gave the public its first official glimpse of the new addition to the Trevor building with an dedication and tours program Friday evening. The addition added substantial classroom space to the Trevor building as well as new facilities for the library, computer labs, art, a dedicated cafeteria, a substantial increase in bathroom stalls and a new room for the band/music program. […]
Registration is taking place through Feb. 25 for Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School’s 4K and 5K programs for the 2011-2012 school year. Parents can call the school office at 862-6461 to request a registration packet and schedule a screening appointment for their child. More information is available here.
The expected snow storm has spurred the cancellation of after school activities in the Trevor-Wilmot School District: Parent/Teacher Conferences (These will be rescheduled on Tuesday, Feb. 8). Student of the Month Presentations (These will be held prior to the Feb. 15 Board Meeting at 6:45 p.m.). Board of Education Meeting. The next Board meeting will […]
While there seems to be plenty of interest in running for municipal office in Western Kenosha County this year, the same cannot necessarily be said of the 12 local school districts. Six of the 11 local school districts have the same number of people on the ballot as positions to be filled. Without a successful write-in campaign, those people […]
Trevor-Wilmot School District officials held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday evening for the new Trevor School addition. The 65,000-square-foot addition will house new classroom space for the district’s primary grades and special classes such as art and music, a new gym and a new library, said George Steffen, district administrator. When completed, which could be as soon as late […]
State Rep. Samantha Kerkman attended the retirement open house recently held in honor of Jan Sielski and Dale Kolmos, who are both retiring from the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District after 36 years of service each. To commemorate their service to the school district, Kerkman presented Sielski and Kolmos each with a citation on behalf […]
Students at Trevor School held their traditional Memorial Day Program Friday morning at the school. In addition to various musical performances and readings, the program included remarks by state Sen. Robert Wirch. The program also included a re-enactment of the Iwo Jima Memorial, including students telling the stories of the individuals involved in the famous flag raising on Mount Suribachi. Here’s is video […]
The Trevor School building addition has taken some steps forward recently. The Trevor-Wilmot School Board has selected contractors that will bid on the project from a list of 12 that submitted information. Making the cut were: Camosy Construction. J.P. Cullen & Sons. Riley Construction. Scherrer Construction. The School Board also approved three alternate bids that could add […]
The Salem Town Board approved the granting of a conditional use permit for the new gymnasium planned for the Trevor School expansion. The permit is needed because of the gym’s size, said Matthew Wolfert, Bray Architects, which is designing the school’s addition project. The gym will be able to seat 600 people for a program, Wolfert explained. That should […]
Trevor School sixth graders likely will do their outdoor education unit in winter again next year, after a successful experiment this year. Students at the school had been going to Camp Timber-lee for an outdoor education unit in past years in the fall. But sixth grade teachers this year decided to try a winter trip, middle […]
The modular classrooms in which some classes are held at Wilmot Primary Center have received approval from the county to be used for at least another year. District administrator George Steffen reported to the Trevor-Wilmot School Board said the county Board of Adjustment earlier this month approved extending the variance that allows use of the units. Wilmot Primary Center principal Theresa Curley represented the district before the Board of Adjustments. “They didn’t really […]
The Trevor-Wilmot School Board has made a little more room for open enrollment students than it has allowed in recent years. Open enrollment is a process by which a student who resides in one public school district can apply to attend another public school district. If allowed to leave by the resident district and accepted by the […]
Kaet Johnson reports that the Trevor girls basketball A team prevailed against Bristol in an “exciting, nail biting” 34 to 33 win Thursday at Trevor School. Trevor making “some great three-pointers” may have tipped the scales in the Timberwolves’ favor, Johnson said.
The Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District referendum passed 231 to 219 today. The referendum sought the authority to borrow $11.380 million to fund an addition to Trevor School. With the addition all students could be moved to the Trevor building. Board members have said the timing is apt for the addition because financing exists now that […]
Voters in the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District and the proposed village portion of Bristol went to the polls today. We will have the results tonight as soon as they are available. Check back!
Voters in the Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District will be voting on a referendum Tuesday that could result in a major addition to Trevor School and the eventual elimination of classes in the Wilmot Primary Center building. The referendum seeks the authority to borrow $11.380 million to fund the addition. Board members have said the timing is apt for the addition because financing exists now that could have as much as a […]