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WHS Players preparing for upcoming Performance

The Whitewater High School Players are hard at work preparing for their upcoming production of American playwright Arthur Miller’s 1953 drama, “The Crucible,” the partially fictionalized story of the 1692-1693 witch trials conducted in the Providence of Massachusetts.
Directed by Jim McCulloch, the WHS cast includes Sarah Beckum, Mia Bentel, Gianna Creanza, Mitch Dalzin, Hiqmet Dauti, Katrina Griffin, Michael Hilliger, Betsy Hixson, Sally Kate Hixson, Jeremy Hoesly, Jimmy King, Weston Lema, Andra Matthews, Marren McCulloch, Angie McKelvery, Leif Sahyun, Gabe Schemmel, Alli Sedmak, Nicole Sedmak, Kristof Staniszewski, Caty Strait, Emma Stutzman, Lydia Wiley-Deal and Travis Winger.
Performances in the Whitewater High School Auditorium will be at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 25-27 and at 2 p.m. on Feb. 28.  Reserved seat tickets ($8 for adults; $5 for senior citizens and students) can be ordered now by calling 262-472-8178.  
“The Crucible” explores adult themes and therefore viewer discretion is advised.

Elementary SLA Winners

Congratulations to these student authors who will have their stories published in the 2016 Southern Lakes Anthology! Their works, based on the theme Anything but Ordinary, will be published along with writing and art from students throughout Southern Wisconsin.

Left to right, author's name and story title: Alaina Friedrichs (Turtle Face), Jazmin Cederberg (Anchigo), Zoe Olson (The Tale of the Jungle of Mystery), Evelyn Troxel (Kitten's Point of View), Riley Schroedl (Ele Motto's Art)




Regional SLA Winners at Middle School

The Regional Judging for Southern Lakes Anthology was completed January 26 in Elkhorn.  Again this year, Whitewater Middle School was very well represented at this event having eight of our twelve submitted middle school entries chosen for publication. These students will have their entries published in the 2016 edition of the Southern Lakes Anthology Anything But Ordinary and will be publicly recognized at a special reception that will be held on May 25 at the Young Auditorium here in Whitewater. Great job and congratulations to all of the students whose work was selected.  You make us very proud!

Picture attached (L-R) -
Back row - Shawn Chan, Emma Unger, Hailey Murphy, Chris Porcaro
Front row - Ella Houwers, Reese Brantmeier, Jayanne Aron, Crystal Chan

Science Immersion Day

Four Whitewater 5th graders participated in the Southern Lakes Advanced Learners Network 5/6 Science Immersion Day at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater on Friday, January 29th. Tyler Wright, Will Jay, Maria Verduzco and Marco Wence did laboratory activities in chemistry, paleontology and biology. They also had the opportunity to learn the science behind the light and sound systems of stage shows. It was an exciting chance for them to see science in action!