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Williams Bay Middle/ High School

Home of the Bulldogs

#131 Top High School in the Nation in 2014

#21 Public High School in the State in

2016 Niche Rankings

#37 High School in WI According to the

US News and World Report Rankings for 2017

#1494 in the Nation


March 9, 2018

Dear Parents/Guardians,

On March 6, 2018, I met with the class president of each high school class and the president of the high school student council, to discuss their goals for March 14th. Their primary goal was to show support for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting and to express their belief that something needs to be done to prevent school shootings. The District understands students wishing to voice their views about school violence and are working with them so that their expression of their views is done in a manner that is safe, responsible, and minimally disruptive to the learning process.

School administration has organized an assembly in conjunction with the Williams Bay Police Department. As indicated in the letter on March 5th, the district is planning a lock-down drill with students. The assembly will take place after the drill. The focus of the school assembly will be how can our students help insure we have a safe and secure learning environment at Williams Bay Middle/High School. Williams Bay Police Chief Chris Severt will share with students things they can do to help lessen the possibility of school violence. He will also share information about the P3 Tips program, which allows students to anonymously report drugs, weapons, bullying, theft or other criminal offenses directly to law enforcement. He will also take time to answer students’ questions about what they should do in the event of an intruder at school. There will be a separate assembly for middle school students so that Police Chief Severt can share a similar message with those students.

If students walk out, school administration and law enforcement will be present to make sure it is orderly and non-disruptive to normal school operations. Students have expressed their intent to walk-out and school administration has met with student leaders to provide some guidelines regarding what is and is not acceptable. The students have shared that they planning a moment of silence for the victims of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting and that they are working together to prepare a brief statement expressing their desire for the end to school violence.

Again, we encourage you to have conversations at home as well regarding safety at school and other locations. As a community, it is imperative that we work together to ensure the well-being and safety of everyone. We greatly appreciate our students understanding and respecting this.

Thank you for your support and please feel free to reach out to me should you have thoughts or questions you would like to share.


Dr. William White

Middle and High School Principal



Williams Bay High School’s six History Bowl Teams had an excellent competition on Saturday March 3rd at the Wisconsin State History Bee/History Bowl Championships held at Williams Bay High School. 17 teams from as far away as Illinois and Indiana competed in an intense all day competition for the State Title.

Williams Bay came away with these awards:

Wisconsin State History Bowl Junior Varsity Champions:

Captain Nettie Dellheim, Rj Pollak, Andreas Scocos, Tanner Farnham  & Rowan Danou

Wisconsin State History Bee Junior Varsity Champion:   Genevieve Paur

Wisconsin State Junior Varsity Geography Olympiad Runner-Up:   Braiya Nolan

Wisconsin State Varsity History Bowl Quarter Finalists:    

Captain Chayton Gilbert,Orion Danou, Angel Castaneda and Daniel Rees.

I would also like to thank District Administrator Wayne Anderson, Board Member David Ripple, parent Roberta Pollak and faculty members Jeff Bailey, Darla Thiel, Ann Majercik, Mary Kavanagh and Kara Rowbotham for giving up a precious day off to moderate and score the event.  

We have so much to be proud of here at Williams Bay High School!




AAUW STEM Scholarship Opportunity for Middle School Girls


In the past, Geneva Lakes American Association of University Women (AAUW), has offered full scholarships for area girls to attend Camp Badger at UW Madison. While Camp Badger is no longer offered through UW Madison, we are excited to offer a similar STEM immersion residential camp at Lake Forest College in Lake Forest, Illinois through idTech Camp ALEXA a summary of the camp is here: (https://www.idtech.com/courses/film-studio-video-production-for-social-movements). If interested, please fill out and submit an application by March 30, 2018. 

Valerie Schmitz - AAUW STEM 




Come and enjoy a jolly holiday as the 5th and 6th graders present “Mary Poppins, JR” on Thursday and Friday, March 22-23. Watch as Mary Poppins, the practically perfect nanny, with the help of Bert the chimney sweep, show Mr. and Mrs. Banks and their children, Jane and Michael, the importance of family and how a spoonful of sugar helps to make a happy family.

Performances are Thursday and Friday, March 22-23, at 7:00 PM at Williams Bay Elementary School. Tickets are $2.00 for adults and $1.00 for students and seniors and are available at the door. Join us for a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious time!


Open enrollment period for the 2018-19 school year

runs from February 5th - April 30, 2018 – 4:00 P.M.


On January 8, 2018 the Williams Bay School Board meeting approved the following open enrollment caps for the 2018-19 school year:

Open enrollment caps for 2018-19 school year;

4K       15 students per section/3 sections 45 students

5K       15 students per section/3 sections 45 students 

1st       18 students per section/3 sections 54 students

2nd      18 students per section/3 sections 54 students

3rd       19 students per section/3 sections 57 students

4th       19 students per section/3 sections 57 students

5th       20 students per section/3 sections 60 students

6th       20 students per section/3 sections 60 students

7th       20 students per section/3 sections 60 students

8th       20 students per section/3 sections 60 students

Special Education open enrollment caps;

4K-12th Speech                       39 students

4K-12th Multi-categorical          60 students

Parents may apply during the open enrollment period by going to the online website – https://dpi.wi.gov/open-enrollment


The Williams Bay Board of Education is in the process of creating its next five-year plan.  As they work on the plan they would like your input into its development by answering the following survey questions.  Thank you for your assistance - it is helpful and appreciated.

 Five-Year Strategic Plan Survey


Williams Bay School District is using GoGuardian to protect your students. GoGuardian is a software designed specifically to help educators ensure students’ safety when using the Chromebooks. GoGuardian was created to help schools and districts comply with United States federal laws such as the Children’s Internet Protection Act (CIPA) by providing comprehensive filtering and analytics of student Chromebook usage. Click here for more information.




Imagine...free admission to all athletic contests* , concerts, and plays conducted at the Williams Bay Schools. The Bulldog Platinum card is available to ALL Williams Bay Community Members age 65 and older. Cards may be obtained at the Middle/High School office. *WIAA contests are excluded.



Williams Middle School is dedicated to the overall school district mission of ensuring all students excel in learning, succeed in life, and enrich our community. In addition, we are committed to supporting a successful transition from childhood to early adolescence. As mentors of change – personally, academically and socially, we will strive to:

    • Create an environment for learning that develops a spirit of inquiry, encourages personal excellence, and fosters self-esteem.
    • Support and encourage each individual to reach his/her potential.
    • Provide a highly motivated and supportive staff, and a strong, diverse curriculum that recognizes and accommodates individual learning styles.
    • Foster a community (climate) of understanding, compassion, and respect.

"All students, regardless of race, color, sex, gender identity, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or homelessness, have equal access to the general education program and the full range of any occupational or vocational programs offered by the district."


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