Wilmot High School district administrator retiring

Wilmot High School district administrator William Heitman will retire after the current school year, the district has announced.

Heitman came to Wilmot in 2003.

He made the following statement to westofthei.com about his time at the district:

William Heitman

Wilmot’s employment has been a rewarding experience, working with the staff and community to enhance the educational opportunities for our students. These enhancements include the facility improvements to better serve the staff and students and the enrichment of the curricular offerings including being recognized in 2009-10 school year as a certified Project Lead the Way Certified School in Engineering. The Board of Education approved the staff and administrative request to expand the Project Lead the Way curriculum in 2011-12 to include Bio-medical coursework. During my tenure, we have added AP courses, articulated and transcripted courses with UW-Parkside and Gateway Technical College and established a Teacher Induction cooperative with UW Whitewater. The administration is focused on student learning and the staff strives to reach each student with an instructional style that best fits their need. Wilmot is a model instructional learning organization.”

A press release from the district says the school board has established no definite timeline or process for picking the next district administrator. His last day is scheduled to be June 30, 2011.

“On behalf of this board, I am appreciative of Mr. Heitman’s service to our community and for the achievements that he has made for the district. Mr. Heitman leaves the district in a financially stable position and well-positioned for our next district administrator,” said board President Nadine Slowinski.


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