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List of 10 news stories.

  • 25-Year Volleyball Anniversary

    The State Champion Girls Volleyball teams from 1995 and 1996 gathered together to celebrate the 25th anniversaries of winning the title! Several of the players, managers, and coaches joined us for a team reunion on Thursday, September 9 and were recognized at the Varity volleyball game that followed. Teammates who weren't able to be there in person joined us over Zoom from Kansas, Utah, and New Mexico.
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  • Homecoming 2021

    We are so excited to connect as an alumni community for Homecoming 2021! During the week of October 4-8, reconnect with former classmates, friends, and fellow alumni, and explore the Homecoming Week Hub here, which includes contests, a virtual tour, Wisco trivia, and more. Happy #WLHSHomecoming2021!
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  • Class of 2016 - Win a $25 Amazon Gift Card

    Attention Class of 2016 — We're looking for updated contact information to send you a special invitation. Update your contact info here by Wednesday, August 25, to be entered in a drawing for a $25 Amazon gift card!
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  • New Alumni Faculty and Staff

    A number of alumni joined our faculty and staff at the beginning of this school year. Andrew Fink ('15) (upper left) is a residential supervisor at Honey Creek Hall and teaches Money Matters in our Business department. Valerie (Rasner) Gospodarek ('98) (upper middle) serves as one of our Central Office receptionists. Angie (Priewe) Livingston ('05) (upper right) is a part-time teacher in our FACE and English departments teaching Food Techniques, English 9, and Composition. Lisa (Festerling) Rouse ('02) (lower left) serves in our English department, teaching English Foundations. Meg (Raddant) Schuessler ('97) (lower middle) is being installed as a called worker in our Fine Arts department, teaching Ceramics, AP Art, and Exploratory Art: Ceramics/Mixed Media. Lisa (Oakes) Uttech ('98) (lower right) teaches A Cappella, Freshman Choir, and Music Spectrum, and she directs Wisco Kids. We are blessed that so many alumni return to serve at their high school, and we welcome them back to Wisco!
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  • Alumni: Win a MacBook!

    This summer, Wisco is updating alumni contact and professional/employment information. You will be entered into a drawing to win a FREE MacBook when you confirm your information here by 11:00 a.m. (CST) on Wednesday, July 28.

    Stay tuned to Wisco social media for other fun giveaways for our alumni this summer!
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  • Former Teacher Mr. Mark Steiner Retires

    Former Wisco teacher Mr. Mark Steiner has retired at the end of this school year. He taught here from 1998-2006, started our AP Calculus program, coached volleyball and track, and led the volleyball team to State in 2001 and 2002. He went on to teach and coach at Arizona Lutheran Academy for the remainder of his career. We celebrate his faithful service to our students over the years and wish him the best in retirement! 
     

    Special notes can be sent to him directly at mark.steiner56@yahoo.com.
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  • Wisco Champ Giveaway and Drawing!

    Sign up here as a Wisco Champion at any giving level by Wednesday, June 30, to receive a mystery prize and be entered in a drawing to win a $50 Scrip gift card of your choice! Our community of monthly givers makes an immediate impact on nearly 900 young men and women enrolled at Wisconsin Lutheran High School. When you become a Wisco Champion, you support academic excellence, faith and service, tuition assistance, and award winning co-curriculars at your high school. Champs additionally receive special invites, updates, news, and more! To learn more, visit wlhs.org/wiscochampions.
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  • Class of 1990 Sponsors Senior Coffee Truck

    Thank you to the Class of 1990 for sponsoring the senior coffee truck this year! Seniors (and faculty & staff!) enjoyed beverages from the Better Together Cafe coffee truck on Friday, April 30. Lattes, chai tea, and refreshers were all on the menu. Seniors had a good time taking a break from the normal school day to fuel their studying and get some fresh air.
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  • Free Estate/Will Planning

    Did you know that without a will or trust, your loved ones could face huge tax burdens when you pass monetary or estate gifts on to them? The WLHS Foundation provides a service of will and estate planning to our school families, alumni, and friends. Click here for more information about this FREE consulting service with a certified professional to start your process or revise your current will.
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  • WLHS College Possible Mentor Position

    College Possible is looking to hire graduates of four-year universities to coach Junior and Senior students at WLHS this coming school year. Please see the flyer here for the job description and application information from College Possible. If you have any questions about the College Possible program and the partnership with WLHS, please contact Emily Jiles, Director of Student Services, emily.jiles@wlhs.org.
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