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Wisconsin Hills Middle School supports the mission of the School District of Elmbrook through academic excellence, taking a personal interest in all of our students, a middle school house system, and a full slate of elective offerings designed to allow our students to explore their interest areas prior to high school.
Every Student is Successful
Wisconsin Hills offers a well-rounded and comprehensive curriculum designed to meet the needs of students with diverse interests. A leader in the integration of interactive technologies, with SMART Boards in every classroom, tablet laptops to support assessment and instruction, and SMART Response units and Document Cameras to facilitate just-in-time learning and assessment.
Opportunity & Excellence
Students at Wisconsin Hills have the opportunity to participate in an array of co-curricular opportunities, including athletics, forensics, and a variety of clubs, such as the ski, snowboard, and chess clubs. There really is something for every student.
Family Engagement is Key
Parents and families are central to Wisconsin Hills and are one of the reasons for our school’s continued success. Parents are encouraged to participate in the PTO and get involved with various school and district projects, committees, and groups.
Stay up to date with all that is happening at Wisconsin Hills and the School District of Elmbrook and learn how we are working hard to continue and expand our communication efforts.
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WHMS participated in the national #LiveUnited United Way Campaign - "Stick it to the Staff" was a great success for @UnitedWay.
Students were showing their support by purchasing yards of duct tape to work towards the goal of suspending their favorite adminstrators in mid air!
United Way fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in every community.
On Monday, October 17 the 7th grade students welcomed World War II veteran and author Eugene Schulz.
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WHMS MathCounts Club Does Well 2016 Marquette Fall Math Meet
On Sunday, Oct 16, twelve WHMS students competed at 2016 Marquette Fall Math Meet. Approximately 230 students attended the meet from 31 middle schools and high schools.
WHMS Cross Country Teams finished their seasons strong this past week, as they were tested by Mt. Minooka's terrain and the weather elements. Cold wind and rain were not enough to prevent the team of 120+ boys and girls from competing in the last race of the season.
WHMS 8th-grade students are in the middle of an Investigative Journalism writing unit and had the pleasure of a visit by Mr. Dave Umhoefer, an investigative journalist.
On August 12, the Enrollment Balancing Task Force released its recommendation to the School District of Elmbrook’s Board of Education. The full report as well as other information such as a schedule of several information sessions and feedback opportunities can be found at http://www.elmbrookschools.org/taskforce. A decision by the Board of Education on whether to accept, modify or reject the Task Force recommendations on how to balance enrollment is expected to be made as early as October but no later than December, 2016.
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