Family lunch days
will begin in October
More info coming soon!
Congratulations go out to Wausau East's Technology Education Teacher Jake Stachovak! He was named "Teacher of the Month" by radio station Hot 96.7FM!
JAG is a model of learning designed to keep students in school through graduation; improving their success rates in education and career. There are three components to the JAG learning model: 1. Project-Based Learning, which focuses on learner-centered, inquiry-based, and active-learning methods; 2.) Trauma-Informed Care, which not only teaches live skills but helps students overcome adversity and builds self-confidence; 3.) Employer Engagement.
WAVE is a virtual charter school in the Wausau School District open to students in grades K-12. The spring semester starts on January 18, 2022.
The Wausau West Volleyball Program presented a check for $11,606.33 to K-Tech Charities on Monday, November 29, to help local families dealing with cancer. The money was raised by both the Wausau West and Wausau East volleyball teams during their Pink Ribbon Volley match.
Mr. Hughes distributed turkeys and hams to 22 different schools and organizations! On the list are several Wausau School District schools, as well as some D.C. Everest schools, not to mention, other organizations like the Women’s Community, the Salvation Army, and the Neighbors’ Place.
Alishya “AJ” Kreager, a junior from #WausauSchools East High, was crowned Wisconsin's "Miss Snowflake” at the Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs (AWSC) Annual Fall Workshop. As Miss Snowflake, she will be this year’s AWSC spokesperson traveling the state of Wisconsin promoting snowmobiling at dozens of events. Way to go, Alishya!
During Raduechel's 4.5 years at the school, he has focused on student safety and wellbeing. He helped create and build the school's BRIDGE behavioral intervention program, which helps students in moments when emotions and behaviors can disrupt their learning. He has also become a certified restorative practice trainer through the International Institute of Restorative Practices.
Krista Gates, Wausau West High School General and AP Physicals teacher, is now the recipient of the Board Resolution of Commendation. She was nominated by Principal Jeb Steckbauer for receiving Recertification from the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards.