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  • Thursday, May 19, 2022 Announcements

    Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

    Jerry Yang was born in Taiwan and at age 10 he emigrated to San Jose, California with his mother and brother. In 1994, Yang and his classmate David Filo dropped out of the doctoral program at Stanford University to create an internet directory originally named “Jerry and David’s Guide to the World Wide Web,” which was later renamed Yahoo! As the creator of one of the first internet portals, Yang played a critical role in defining the role of technology in our lives. In the years since leaving Yahoo!, Yang has become a mentor to numerous technology startups and an investor to more than 50 startups.

    Student Council Staff Spotlight

    Student Council would like to announce the next Staff Spotlight: Ms. Pinault

    She is very organized and helps with senior scholarships.  She is always very positive and helps make the school a better place.  She helps make the counseling office a warm and inviting place. Ms. Pinualt is a vital part of making our school run well. 

    Junior Class

    Juniors, please check your email. Ms. Pinault sent you a form to fill out regarding interest in a 2023 scholarship Q & A session. Please complete the form by the end of the day tomorrow. 

    Kiss a Senior Goodbye

    Key Club’s “Kiss a Senior Goodbye” fundraiser is currently underway. Stop by the table outside Mr. Moses’ room during lunch to purchase a bundle of Hershey kisses with a special note for your favorite senior(s). Kisses will be delivered to home ASPs on May 23rd.

    Volleyball Camp Forms

    All girls interested in playing volleyball this summer, please remember that camp and league forms and money are due to Mrs. Janke by May 26th. 

    Girls Golf Sign Up

    Attention all girls interested in going out for girls golf this coming fall, please sign up in Coach Neilsen's or Coach Alvarez's room as soon as possible.

    Sports

    As promised yesterday, here are the All-Conference Results from Tuesday night’s SCC Track & Field Championships:

    • Girls 2nd Team: Hailey Anchor-100m, Tessa Ketelhut-800m, Alisia Schwark-100m Hurdles (Lowered her school record by .14), Maddie Wilson-300m Hurdles, Michelle Marquard-PV, 4x400 Relay-Alisia Schwark, Tessa Ketelhut, Jadyn Torkelson, Alexi Walker, 4x800 Relay-Jadyn Torkelson, Aila Duerr, Olivia Platt, Destiny Whitebreast
    • Boys 2nd Team: Jonathan Leger-3200m, Yevgeny Dedun-300m Hurdles, Lennon Stroede-SP, Mikolaj Amaya-PV, 4x400m Relay-Patrick Metz, Sergey Jenkins, Alex Salerno, Yevgeny Dedun
    • Girls 1st Team: Hailey Anchor-400m, Hailey Anchor-800m, Hailey Anchor-HJ, Maddie Wilson-PV, Alisia Schwark-LJ
    • Boys 1st Team: Patrick Metz-400m, Jacob Rogers-110m Hurdles, Hunter Isaacson-SP, 4x100m Relay-Mikolaj Amaya, Peyton Knapton, Carstyn Cook, Ian Christoff, 4x200m Relay-Carstyn Cook, Ian Christoff, Peyton Knapton, Adrian Juarez

    V Softball moves into the postseason tonight when they host Sparta in a WIAA Regional Quarterfinal game. First pitch is 5:00 and there is a $6 admission fee for all spectators.

    JV/V Baseball hosts Wautoma at Dells Woodside, also starting at 5:00 and as referenced yesterday, the V game is for the SCC Championship.

    Finally, JV golf has their make-up meet with the SCC from May 10 at Wild Rock Wilderness.

    Good luck to everyone!

    Conclusion

    At this school We Connect, Inspire and Achieve. Everyone. Every day.

    Have a great day!


     

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  • Wednesday, May 18, 2022 Announcements

    Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

    Born in Punjab, India, in 1899, Dalip Singh Saund emigrated to the U.S. in his early 20s to further his education. He subsequently earned both master and doctoral degrees in mathematics from the University of California, Berkeley. In 1955, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives, which made him the first Sikh American, the first Asian American, and the first Indian American to be elected to the U.S. Congress.

    Student Services Office

    Attention seniors: A "Final Transcript" form was sent to your school email last Thursday.  If you are continuing your education after high school, make sure to fill out the form to let Ms. Pinault know where to send your final transcript.  Final transcripts will be sent the week of June 6th.

    What are you doing after high school?  Stop outside the Counseling Office this week to write on our windows - name and college/university/military branch/employer.  We will have markers on a table outside of our office.

    Kiss a Senior Goodbye (Wed)

    Key Club’s “Kiss a Senior Goodbye” fundraiser is currently underway. Stop by the table outside Mr. Moses’ room during lunch to purchase a bundle of Hershey kisses with a special note sent to their favorite seniors. Kisses will be delivered to home ASPs on May 23rd.

    Sports

    The Dells baseball team moved to 13-2 on the season after defeating Nekoosa Tuesday night 11-1. Will Michalsky got the win on the mound and Matt Getgen went 3x3 at the plate. The Dells will play Wautoma Thursday night for the SCC Championship. 

    The V Golf team competed at the SCC Championship yesterday at Reedsburg Country Club and placed second at the meet and second in the conference behind Wautoma. Grant Marsich and Haakon Rosholt earned 1st Team All-Conference Honors with Collin Coughlin and Carter Scully earning 2nd Team All-Conference. Congratulations to those individuals and the team. We will host WIAA Regionals next Tuesday at Wild Rock Golf Course.

    At the SCC Track & Field Championships in Wautoma, for the first time in program history, both the Girls and Boys teams captured their respective SCC titles. For the boys, this was their first championship since 2003, and for the girls this was yet another dominant year at the conference level. There are many 1st and 2nd Team All-Conference finishes. I will get those organized and read during tomorrow’s announcements.

    Conclusion

    At this school We Connect, Inspire and Achieve. Everyone. Every day.

    Have a great day!


     

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  • Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Announcements

    Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

    Taiwanese American filmmaker Ang Lee has the unique distinction of being the first non-white director to win an Oscar for directing as well as producing and directing Academy Award-winning films performed in Chinese and English. Having been nominated for a total of nine Academy Awards, Lee has won three: Best Foreign Language Film for Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000) as well as Best Director for Brokeback Mountain (2005) and Life of Pi (2012). Born in Taiwan in 1954, Lee came to the U.S. to study film, and he received an MFA from New York University’s Tisch School. Ang Lee is considered by many to be among the most accomplished and influential filmmakers of his generation.

    Student Services Office

    Attention seniors: A "Final Transcript" form was sent to your school email last Thursday.  If you are continuing your education after high school, make sure to fill out the form to let Ms. Pinault know where to send your final transcript.  Final transcripts will be sent the week of June 6th.

    What are you doing after high school?  Stop outside the Counseling Office this week to write on our windows - name and college/university/military branch/employer.  We will have markers on a table outside of our office.

    Kiss a Senior Goodbye

    Key Club’s “Kiss a Senior Goodbye” fundraiser is currently underway. During lunch students will have the opportunity to purchase a bundle of Hershey kisses with a special note sent to their favorite seniors. Kisses will be delivered to home ASPs on May 23rd. Bring a $1 and let a senior know how much they mean to you!

    Guest Speaker

    Dr. Albert Gnadt, a 2010 WDHS graduate, will be presenting to students today in the band room. If interested, please email Mr. Braun ASAP.  The presentation will occur in the band room.

    Volleyball Camp Forms

    All girls interested in playing volleyball this summer, please remember that camp and league forms and money are due to Mrs. Janke by May 26th. 

    HS Band Concert

    Congratulations to all our band students on another successful concert last night!  Your performance exemplified the achievement part of our mission statement the audience was most appreciative and moved by your beautiful music.  A heartfelt thank you from Mr. Roble and Ms. Wood to the seniors as they performed a Song for Friends.  Great work band and mission accomplished.

    Sports

    The Dells baseball team defeated Lodi Monday night 15-5. Matt Getgen got the win on the mound. Jared Nevar went 5X5  with 3 doubles, Will Michalsky went 3X3 with 2 triples and a double, and Degan Jensen went 2X2 with 2 triples. Austin Cunningham and Matt Getgen had 2 hits apiece. The Chiefs advance their record to 12-2 on the season. 

    V Golf is at Reedsburg for the SCC Championship Meet and V Track is at Wautoma for their conference championships. Baseball hosts Nekoosa at Dells Woodside. Both JV and V contests begin at 5:00. Good Luck!

    Conclusion

    At this school We Connect, Inspire and Achieve. Everyone. Every day.

    Have a great day!

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  • Monday, May 16, 2022 Announcements

    Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month

    Born in Providence, Rhode Island, in 1915, to Chinese immigrant parents, Grace Lee Boggs was a prominent Chinese American author, social activist, philosopher and feminist. She was on the frontlines of social change in the 1940s and 1950s, and in the 1960s, she and her husband James Boggs—a Black writer and community organizer—were important figures in the Civil Rights Movement. Lee Boggs is regarded as a key figure in the development of the Asian American movement and identity. She remained active in human rights advocacy until her death in 2015 at the age of 100.

    Student Services Office

    Attention seniors: A "Final Transcript" form was sent to your school email on Thursday.  If you are continuing your education after high school, make sure to fill out the form to let Ms. Pinault know where to send your final transcript.  Final transcripts will be sent the week of June 6th.

    What are you doing after high school?  Stop outside the Counseling Office next week to write on our windows - name and college/university/military branch/employer.  We will have markers on a table outside of our office.

    Kiss a Senior Goodbye

    Starting this week Key Club will be conducting their Kiss a Senior goodbye fundraiser. During lunch students will have the opportunity to purchase a bundle of Hershey kisses with a special note sent to their favorite seniors. Kisses will be delivered to home ASPs on May 23rd. Bring a $1 and let a senior know how much they mean to you!

    Guest Speaker

    Dr. Albert Gnadt, a 2010 WDHS graduate, will be presenting to students interested in STEM careers. He will be here tomorrow to share his experiences while doing research at MIT, from where he earned his Doctorate last week. If interested, have your ASP teacher sign you up for Mr. Braun's ASP.  The presentation will occur in the band room.

    HS Band Concert

    Tonight, our Symphony Band and Concert Band will be performing their Spring Band Concert at 7:30 in the commons.  This concert will highlight the year-long progress of both bands and celebrate our seniors’ past seven years in band.  Hope to see many there and a quick reminder to all musicians to be ready at 7 in concert black.  Best of luck to all!

    Sports

    V Golf is hosting an Invite at Wild Rock, starting at 9:00. JV and V Baseball are split, with JV at Wautoma and V hosting a make-up non-conference game with Lodi at 5:00. Good Luck!

    Conclusion

    At this school We Connect, Inspire and Achieve. Everyone. Every day.

    Have a great day!


     

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  • Sunday, May 15, 2022 WDHS Family Update

    Hello Everyone,

    As expected, the first two weeks of May have seemingly melted away almost instantaneously. That trend will continue as we move into the final weeks. The bulletin is ready for viewing and available here.

    Have a good week,

    HG


     

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  • For diploma information please contact 608-253-1461 x 1001. Thanks! 

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  • Non-Discrimination Notice

    The School District of Wisconsin Dells does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, religion, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability or handicap in its education programs or activities.  Federal law prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of age, race, color, national origin, sex, religion or handicap.  The Wisconsin Fair Employment Law also prohibits discrimination in employment on the basis of creed, marital status, ancestry, arrest record or conviction record, or sexual orientation. Individual School Board Policies can be found at: http://www.neola.com/wisdells-wi/

    Individuals requiring the assistance of auxiliary aids or special accommodations because of a disability are asked to contact the individual school administrator or the Director of Pupil Services at least 24 hours prior to the event to arrange for appropriate accommodations.

    The Coordinator for Title IX, Section 504 and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA,), Director of Pupil Services: and Special Education can be reached at:300 Vine St.Wisconsin Dells, WI 53949 Phone:  (608) 253-2467 Ext 2106 e-mail: dsine@sdwd.k12.wi.us

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