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Just a friendly reminder the Spring Activities Awards Night on the school calendar has been cancelled for some time.  Coaches will be having their own awards presentation for each individual sport.  Coaches will be in contact with parents on when those presentations will occur. Thank you!

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  • Middle School Students of the Week Congratulations to the students of the week for West Monona Middle School. They are the DREAM Students of the week for April 13-17 and April 20-24. They were selected for being Determined, Respectful, Encouraging, Accountable, and showing good Manners. Congratulations to Madison Haynes, Jaysa Ehlert, Brett Collison, Chris Parr, and Sean Pinkelman!
    Posted May 19, 2015, 11:25 AM by Connor Aden
  • April High School Students of the Month Congratulations to the April Students of the Month for West Monona High School. They were selected for being Positive, Respectful, Involved, Determined, and Excelling in all they do. Congratulations to (L-R Front Row) Katlyn Tank, Amy Humrichouse, Anna Jepsen, Emily Kuhlmann, Jasmine Stephens, and Jade Disney, (L-R Back Row) Chris Parr, Max Lawrence, Dylan Cimino, Ethan Bierman and Gage Rotnicke.  Congratulations Spartans!Not pictured: Kendra Sears
    Posted May 19, 2015, 11:17 AM by Connor Aden
  • April Middle School Students of the Month Congratulations to the March Students of the Month for West Monona Middle School. They were selected for being Determined, Respectful, Encouraging, Accountable, and showing good Manners. Congratulations to Madison Haynes, Alexis DeRocher and Skylar Hoskins!
    Posted May 19, 2015, 11:08 AM by Connor Aden
  • West Monona Students Selected to National Honor Society     Admission to National Honor Society is a tremendous honor that can come to a high school student, for it represents excellence of achievement in every line of endeavor.  To be eligible for membership, a student must have an overall scholarship average of "B", 3.0 average.  Additionally, potential members must meet high standards of leadership, service and character. The faculty selection committee evaluated eligible members of the junior and senior classes. The students, who have attained this high standard, have been chosen to become members of the National Honor Society by a vote of a majority of the faculty council with recommendations of a ranking system from the rest of the faculty.  Each eligible student must submit an essay addressing ...
    Posted May 19, 2015, 7:22 AM by Connor Aden
  • IPTV Storyteller Visits West Monona Storyteller, Dan Wardell from IPTV visited West Monona Elementary on Wednesday, May 13th. He performed twice for the students, Preschool through grade 2 and then for grades 3 through 5.  Mr. Wardell involved everyone, students and staff, in his stories. The students and staff from grades 3, 4, and 5 did some opera singing and motions throughout the story. It was a wonderful event that everyone thoroughly enjoyed!
    Posted May 19, 2015, 7:17 AM by Connor Aden
  • Spanish Class Fiestas Ms. Wickham's classes are celebrating Cinco de Mayo last week with fiestas to commemorate a victory in the Battle of Puebla. Cinco de Mayo, which is often confused with Mexican Independence Day, is actually a day to celebrate an unlikely victory against the French troops. Students researched the holiday and then celebrated with food and drinks. Thanks so much to all of the families who contributed!
    Posted May 14, 2015, 7:52 AM by Connor Aden
  • “We Couldn’t Do It Without You” Award     On Monday, May 4, Mary Black, West Monona Elementary principal was awarded the “We Couldn’t Do It Without You” administrator award from Northwest AEA for her support of Reading Recovery.  Mary has been instrumental in expanding, supporting, and advocating for Reading Recovery in our district.  Reading Recovery is a highly effective short-term intervention of one-to-one tutoring for low-achieving first graders. The intervention is most effective when it is available to all students who need it and is used as a supplement to good classroom teaching.  The goal of Reading Recovery is to dramatically reduce the number of first-grade students who have extreme difficulty learning to read and write and to reduce the cost of ...
    Posted May 13, 2015, 8:15 AM by Connor Aden
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