Wilmot High School Community Outreach will presents a course on how to create a monarch butterfly waystation. Participants will learn about host and nectar plants for your backyard habit and how to attract monarch butterflies and aid in their great migration. Supplies Needed: Notepaper and Pen Date: Tuesday, Oct. 6. Time: 6-7 p.m. Instructor: Judith Grasser Location: Wilmot […]
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At about 8:01 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to a Wilmot Union High School for a medical call. Per dispatch: Patient is a 17-year-old male who is conscious and breathing. 8:10 p.m. — Second ambulance requested.
Wilmot Union High School hit the streets of Wilmot Friday evening for the annual Homecoming parade. The parade started at the fairgrounds, traveled south down Highway W to downtown Wilmot and then turned back to the school. School groups, community groups and bands from Wilmot Union High School, Lakewood School, Randall School and Riverview School participated. Here […]
The Wilmot Union High School District is currently seeking applicants to fill a vacant Board position created by the resignation of Nadine Slowinski. Slowinski moved out of the district. Qualified applicants must establish residency in the district by Oct. 7, 2015, and be at least 18 years old. Applicants should send a letter of application to Daniel S. […]
Wilmot Union High School Panther Backers are having a football raffle. First prize is 50″ flat screen LED TV, second prize is an IPad Air, and third prize is $100 cash. All proceeds benefit Wilmot Football. Tickets are $10 and only 400 will be sold. Drawing will take place at on Friday, Oct. 9 at halftime of […]
At about 5:15 p.m, Randall Fire Department and Silver Lake Rescue Squad units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to the Wilmot Union High School outside sports complex for a medical call. Per dispatch: A 15-year-old female is believed to be having an asthma attack.
At about 12:12 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to a medical call at Wilmot Union High School. Per dispatch: Patient is an adult that may be having an allergic reaction.
Wilmot High School’s annual PantherFest event will be held Sept. 9, 2015 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The evening is a combination Open House/Post Secondary Options Fair. In addition to meeting with teachers, parents and students will be able to meet with representatives from area colleges and businesses/ labor organizations as well as military recruiters to […]
Gateway Technical College hosted a seminar giving several area high school instructors the skills and equipment to provide training to their students to successfully enter their chosen career or college program. Called a “train-the-trainer” event because college instructors train high school teachers to better train their students, the July 22 to July 23 session provided […]
The following students were named to the Wilmot High School Honor Roll for the second semester of the 2014-15 school year: Freshmen — Colby Barker, Rebecca Bell, Faith Boyd, Bradley Brennum, Kayla Brever, Ashlyn Brey, Isaac Bruley, Jeremy Bruton, Abigail Clark, Chloe Davis, Annalise Devall, Taylor Dewing, Sierra Domek, Teagan Duffy, Maille Dunn, Desrye Erickson, Alyssa Flory, Daniel Folos, Rachel Fosler, Kyle Gendron, Margaret Gerlach, Joseph Graham, Sydnet Grossi, Gavin Hammond, Emily Hand, Emily Heckel, Sydney Helmuth, Kylie Henderson, Jayden Hendrie, Hunter […]
As a team building event the Wilmot High School Varsity Cheerleaders volunteered at the Libertyville, Illinois Feed My Starving Children Center, where they packaged in a two- hour period 40 boxes (2,000 meals). FMSC is a Christian nonprofit that provides nutritionally complete meals for starving, malnourished and hungry people. The prepackaged dry meals, costing less […]
At about 1:40 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units and a sheriff’s deputy are responding to a report of a fire alarm at Wilmot Union High School.
The Class of 2015 graduated from Veteran’s Memorial Field house Sunday afternoon.
Wilmot Union High School junior Lindsey Dickey is coordinating a Red Cross Blood Drive on Monday, June 22 from 1 to 6 p.m. at the school. Dickey is working with the Red Cross as part of a leadership scholarship program. If Dickey meets her goal, she will be eligible for a $2,000 scholarship to be used […]
Central High School defeated Wilmot Union High School in a sectional game of the WIAA 2015 Girls Softball Tournament for Division 1 Tuesday at Central’s Sorensen Fields. It took eight innings for the Falcons to defeat the Panthers 3-2. Next, Central will play Union Grove on Thursday at Union Grove to determine the sectional champion. The winner […]
Wilmot Union High School and Central High School’s softball teams will meet today in a sectional game of the WIAA 2015 Girls Softball Tournament for Division 1. The teams will play at 4:30 p.m. at Central. Central is seeded first in their bracket and Wilmot fourth. The winner of Tuesday’s game will face the winner of the […]
At about 10:02 a.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to Wilmot Union High School for a medical call. Per dispatch: Patient is a 15-year-old female who is conscious and having difficulty breathing perhaps due to an asthma attack.
Corrinn Favaro, a senior at Wilmot Union High School was a featured Flute soloist at UW Milwaukee Peck School of the Arts UWAY concert. Each year UWM Youth Wind Ensemble (UWAY) holds auditions for their annual Concerto Competition. Corrinn was this year’s winner, where she performed Concertino by Cecil Chaminade. Corrinn has been a member of UWAY for […]
The Wilmot Union High School Academic Decathlon national champions were honored with a proclamation from the Twin Lakes Village Board Monday night recognizing the team’s achievement. The Wilmot team won the Division 2 title at the competition held in Anaheim, California in April. Wilmot UHS team members are: Carlie Banchi, Carl Simmons, Alyssa Gregory, Joey Burba, Angela Schumacher, Johny Weber, Mason Nindl, Ashley Dabbs and Althea Disse. […]
Maria Salerno of Central High School has won the Wisconsin High School Forensics Association Critic’s Choice award all four years of her high school career. This top honor was only obtained by 24 students or .5 of 1 percent of the students that participated Wisconsin Forensics competitions this year. “Students in our academic sport practice […]
A gathering of 29 teams at Wilmot’s Veteran’s Memorial Field House for Relay For Life Friday night. A variety of activities kept the attendees busy throughout the night.
Wilmot Union High School will be recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of the students in the Class of 2015 at Senior Awards Night on Wednesday, May 27, at 7 p.m. in the school’s Lance G. Haas Auditorium. All family members as well as members of the general public are invited to attend a small reception at […]
At 2:23 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to Wilmot Union High School for a medical call. Per dispatch: Patient is a female having a seizure.
“I haven’t seen a performance like that in a little while. It was impressive. Quite impressive. We’re a young team and just trying to get better each game. Today they were able to come up with the big hits. They were tuned in this entire game. I’m happy for them.” Wilmot coach Josh Pye. Wilmot […]
Central defeated Wilmot 4-0 Wednesday. According to the car thermometer, it was 38 degrees when the game started.
At 12:25 p.m., Town of Salem Fire/Rescue units are responding to Wilmot Union High School for a medical call. Per dispatch: Patient is a student with a finger injury.
The Wilmot Union High School Academic Decathlon team has won the national championship. The Wilmot team won the Division 2 title last week at the competition held in Anaheim, California. Wilmot UHS team members are: Carlie Banchi, Carl Simmons, Alyssa Gregory, Joey Burba, Angela Schumacher, Johny Weber, Mason Nindl, Ashley Dabbs and Althea Disse. The team’s coach is Don Serkowski. In addition, Simmons earned a $500 scholarship, […]
“Legally Blonde” was presented by Wilmot Union High School students under the direction of teacher Deborah Fragale last weekend. Here are some photos submitted by Wanda Hutchings:
The Relay For Life of Wilmot High School is a team based, 12-hour event to fight cancer, while having fun and raising funds for cancer research, education, advocacy and patient programs. The event includes games, activities, fundraisers, food, family fun, music and much more. This year, the event is on May 15-16 from 6 p.m. to […]
A scholarship set up in the name of Nathaniel Walter, a Wilmot Union High School student from 2010 to 2013 who was killed while on the family’s garden tractor after his junior year, is now taking applications. While at Wilmot, Nathaniel volunteered as a Teacher Assistant in the IT Department and worked in the IT Department over the summers. While […]