Well, they are officially all gone! And, we found some "relics" of a sort! Do you know these people? Are you one of them?? What stories do you have from what will now be known as "the good old days with wooden bleachers?"
Congratulations to the following girls for making the Varsity Basketball Cheer Team!
Parents/guardians and families, We have three medical concerns that are showing up in the school recently and want to try as best as we can to be on top of these things and help you be proactive. Strep Throat: We have had a number of students and staff with strep throat recently. Please remind your children that sharing food, drinks, etc. with others increases their chances of transmitting viruses and bacteria that cause strep. Pink Eye: It seems like every day we are noticing more students and staff with pink eye. Make sure you are checking your child’s eyes in the morning or afternoon. You might notice a pink hue in the sclera or your child commenting on their eye being itchy. “Goop” or a “crust” found in the morning is often also an indicator of pink eye. The standard practice is 24 hours away from school with students returning once they have begun prescription drops for treatment. Lice: Lice has been found on a few of our students throughout different grade levels over the past couple weeks. We have sent specific grade level information to families that have children in those classes where it has been found. Remind your children to not share hats, coats, scarves, etc. Thank you for doing your best to protect your children as we work through this season of illness in our district. If you have any questions or concerns about your child, please contact the school. Sincerely, Grant Hanson, PK-8 Principal & AD Larry Hulscher, 9-12 Principal & Superintendent
Thursday, November 16th, will be the football football and cheer awards banquet. It will be in Summit at 6:00pm. All players, cheerleaders, and family is invited to attend. We will provide chicken, a drink, plates, and silverware. Families are asked to bring a dish to pass. Families whose last name starts with A to R bring some sort of dessert and families whose last name starts with S to Z bring a dish to pass (salads, vegetables, or hot dish) so we can have a potluck. We will eat first, and the award program will follow.
Support our girls basketball program through this clothing fundraiser! https://wilmotbasketball23.itemorder.com/shop/home/
Check out the November Newsletter for information on: Volleyball Recap Winter Sports Meeting JH Basketball Schedules Athletics Communication New Bleachers Streaming Options https://www.smore.com/84yhb
From one corner of the building to the other!
Boys and Girls JH Basketball Schedules!
Things are starting to get real around here!!! An awesome crew is making this seem...(is it too soon to say this?) easy!
Check out this cool opportunity!
A busy day of basketball in Wilmot as the second annual Wilmot Shootout 5/6 tournament was held. Winners: Summit boys (most of the team left before the picture), and Milbank girls!
Congratulations to Addison Heinje and Paige Johnson for making the ECC All Conference team!! Sounds like Coach Hanson even had a nomination as ECC Coach of the year! A great cap to a fun and successful season. Here's looking forward to next year!
5/6 Basketball tournament tomorrow! Fundraiser for our boys basketball program. The Wilmot Shootout starts at 8 for boys and 12:15 for girls.
Join us TODAY for the Parade of Costumes at 2:00pm!
Angela Kennecke stopped by the Wilmot School last week to share the story of her daughter Emily through her program and associated foundation "Emily's Hope." Our students have been going through her curriculum in guidance and personal wellness classes in elementary and middle school. Thank you, Angela, for an amazing assembly!!
Wilbur showed up this evening to witness a Wolves win!! The Lady Wolves head to Warmer tomorrow evening for a 5:30 game in the first round of the Regional Tournament!! Cheer them on at the link below: https://youtube.com/@warnerschooldistrict
Craig is fighting cancer and his son Kaden is a sophomore at Wilmot High School. Students and staff can wear a hat in return for a donation. All funds raised will go to the Hogen's to help defer costs in his battle with cancer.
Our Lady Wolves are playing Waverly South Shore for some volleyball action Monday night at home in Wilmot! Catch the action in person at 7:30. Activities passes will not be accepted as this is a state sponsored event. Adults $6, Students $4. If you can't make it, you can always watch games at http://wilmot.liveticket.tv
Reminder: Parent-Teacher Conferences are tonight! The Google sheet stated only parents/guardians are allowed but that was a carryover from COVID! Please feel free to bring your child to their conference! Parent Teacher Conferences. Will be from 2:30- 8:00 pm Thursday October 26. School will dismiss at 2:00 pm on that day to accommodate for conferences. Elementary conferences will be scheduled by the school office. 6-12 grade parents need to schedule their conferences by going here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1by_f7w582hHpGWJnYnQc_0vv2lZA5xZVckc8ve9DOKU/edit?usp=sharing
Dig Pink tonight at the home volleyball game vs. Britton-Hecla! We have mini volleyballs to throw out to fans, shirts for purchase, a raffle for the signed volleyball team banner, and a fun men's game between the JV and Varsity! Come support our players and our local community through Breast Cancer Awareness Month! If you can't make it, check out the game at http://wilmot.liveticket.tv