Greetings, Leaders! Our annual WASC State Conference is fast approaching, and we have lots of exciting things in store! This year, we are thrilled to announce that WASC will be partnering with Room to Read, a non-profit foundation that supports education and literacy in impoverished nations.They have transformed the lives of over 11.6 million students worldwide by writing and publishing … Read More
UW–Madison senior Kyra Fox, an accomplished undergraduate researcher with exceptional academic credentials — competed as a finalist this year for Rhodes Scholarships. Thousands of the country’s top students apply each year for the coveted honor. Fox was among 228 who were endorsed by their institutions and who made it to the final stage of the competition. She was invited to interview for … Read More
Advisors Checklist-Oct 2017
SHS September 2017 Everyone knows one of the best parts of Student Council is planning Homecoming. Along with Homecoming comes Spirit Week, and Altoona High School from Region I has some tips on how to get students involved. Get ready for the best Homecoming week of your life! Plenty of Prominent Posters: Posters are a GREAT way to … Read More
Hello fellow WASC leaders! My name is Marissa Vosberg and I am the Region V President along with being the JAM State President. I would like to welcome you all to a new school year! This fall I will be in eighth grade at Monroe Middle School in Monroe, WI located in south-central Wisconsin. I am very excited and honored … Read More
Hello, my name is Elly Fox and I am SHS State President for 2017-18! I am exhilarated to be working with WASC for my first year on the governing board. Although I am new, I have been going to camp since Level 1 and just finished Level 6 this past summer. Also, I was lucky enough to have been a … Read More
WASC News Notes will have a new look coming soon! Something more engaging and up to date to serve our leaders across Wisconsin!
I had just graduated college. My life was ready to begin. At the age of 22, I was ready to change the world. My eyes were opened wide, with stars flying everywhere. Just like all the iconic movies portrayed, I was going to be the teacher that saved my students’ lives. They were going to make a movie … Read More