The mission of the Wonewoc-Center School District is to provide a safe environment which includes to promote respect, motivates students to learn and to act responsibly. We believe education is the shared responsibility of the student, parents/guardians, school district, and community.
The Wonewoc-Center Baseball Team will be taking on Hillsboro in the 2nd round of the WIAA Tournament. Game will be at Hillsboro on Tuesday, May 31st beginning at 5:00 pm.
Good Luck Wolves!
State Bound in Track
Congratulations to Abby!!
Abby F placed 3rd and made it on to state in the 3200 meter run. Abby will be running at the state meet on Friday, June 3rd. The running events start at 3 PM on Friday at UW-Lacrosse.
Way to go Abby, we are so proud of you!!!
Strength and Conditioning Class
Wonewoc-Center will be offering a strength and conditioning class for grades 7-12 starting on June 6. This is an 8 week class that will run 5 nights/week from 5-7 pm. If interested, please be in attendance the first night, will meet in the weight room.
On Thursday, May 26th Mrs. Beeman's class made bird feeders using pine cones, peanut butter, and bird seed. The students had a great time making them.
"Agriculture and Me" Essay Contest
Each year the 4th grade students participate in the "Agriculture and Me" essay contest. They compete against all the 4th and 5th grade students in Juneau County. The theme this year was "Maple Syrup in Wisconsin." We are proud to announce that Bryn E. was the district level *WINNER* and will be moving to the next level of competition. To celebrate this accomplishment, students enjoyed an ice-cream treat with maple syrup. Special congratulations also to honorable mentions, Ava H. and Taylor W., and runner-up trophy winner Kyle D.
4K Students Learn Spanish
4K Students Learn Spanish
During the school year, the afternoon 4K friends partnered up with a friend in Spanish 4 to learn some Spanish. The Spanish 4 class did a great job working with the 4K class doing many different projects throughout the year which included holiday projects, coloring projects, counting projects, and of course, Cinco de Mayo. Spanish 4 and the 4K class ended the year with taking a swing or two at a piñata. They all had a great time on a beautiful day trying to break it apart to get the goodies out. The 4K kids were unable to break it apart, but with the help from their Spanish friends they got candy and lizards. We can't thank the Spanish 4 class and Mrs. Bradley enough for how wonderful they did with us throughout the year.