Wonder what our graduates are doing? Let's fill this out with pictures and vita!
Classes 2010 - 2016
Classes 2000 - 2009
Classes 1990 - 1999
Classes 1980 - 1989
Classes previous to 1980
How about expanding the school garden? Good to have FARM TO SCHOOL, a monthly in-school program brought to our location by Danielle and Julie.
FFA is alive and well at Wauzeka-Steuben. The Boutonnière Club prepping for Prom:
On selected Wednesdays. Next one April 12
LITERACY NIGHT from 3:30-5:00
Spanish Club Spaghetti Supper 5:00-7:00
The Community is working toward a school library with services available to students, parents, and friends of the library. Suggested projects: Family geneology in partnership with the LWR., "Take a college class, Get a degree!" club for parents; Endangered know how-quilting, knitting, woodcarving, bread baking, hunting and gathering, etc.
Good programs in visual art and music are not built overnight, and require a lot of support from the community. A group of enthusiasts for the Arts from the community should join the enthusiastic students and teachers who are doing amazing things this year!
We already have a specialized historical library in town! The Lower Wisconsin River Historical and Genealogical Research Library (LWRHGRL?) has specialized for more than a decade in local history, family geneology, and preserving the collection. It is time for a partnership with the school.
We already have a great communication system between parents and teachers. What are the ways we can enhance it?
This is already a working group of committed citizens who meet regularly to work on school/community issues. More soon!
Community support for all things athletic. And there is a whole bunch of teams and contests! Spring sports schedule from the SPORTS CALENDAR on the home page
The unique contribution of the Elementary Student sports fans has made athletic events into fun family affairs.
Geared toward Elementary: Encourage more senior citizens to come in and read to the kids or share their talents. Have 'Grandparent Day' or 'Friend Day'. Pick a nice day to go for walks and collect trash around the building or areas of the village. Make May (Day) baskets and deliver them around the village. Invite senior citizens to a picnic in which the elementary students 'prepare' the meal and serve it. They could make placemats from greeting cards people received and haven't thrown away yet or draw a picture on cardstock...laminate it and voila!
Lots of energy provided by the students. Their student group THE STINGERS just finished the basketball season entertaining the half time crowd with their basketball skills.