A Message from the Region I JAM VP!

Christine HettingerNews Notes, WASC News Feed

Hello WASC! My name is Kayleigh Ayala, and I am the Region 1 JAM Vice President. I am going into eighth grade, in a small town called Ellsworth. It is best known for its delicious cheese curds and its amazing wrestling team. Some other things I do outside of student council include: Forensics, Drama Club, Choir, and volunteering as much … Read More

Announcement from your JAM Host School

Christine HettingerNews Notes, WASC News Feed

WASC how do you feel?   We feel great here at Monroe Middle School and we can’t wait for another amazing State Conference as your host school!  Are you ready for an exhilarating keynote speech from Tei Street? What about some exceptional sectionals and super sectionals led by volunteer schools?  And have you prepared for the competitions? Whether you’re from … Read More

January Leadership Journey- Leadership Thoughts from the WASC Executive Director

Christine HettingerNews Notes, WASC News Feed

Happy New Year Esteemed Advisors, Administrators, Students, and WASC Supporters, At the beginning of a new year, most of us probably write down places that we will adventure to or where a goal might take us. Although that strategy seems logical, Maya Angelou reminds us of enjoying the journey instead of putting all of the focus on “that place” we want … Read More

WASC Partners with Room to Read!

Christine HettingerNews Notes, WASC News Feed

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

WASC Alumni, Kyra Fox, Finalist as a Rhodes Scholar!

Christine HettingerNews Notes, WASC News Feed

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