2020 Fall Reentry

The WUHS Board of Education decided to begin full in-person, five-day programming beginning on Monday, September 14, 2020. Monday will be a Day 1 in the rotation. You may watch the September 10 board meeting by visiting this link

You can access the August 26th Town Hall Meeting by visiting this link.  

The Central Racine County Health Department has released a COVID-19 FAQ for parents based on the recently released Department of Health Guidelines for the Prevention, Investigation and Control of COVID-19 Outbreaks in K-12 Schools in Wisconsin.

Past Parent Communications 


Message from District Nurse, Christopher McMahon R.N. B.S.N.(September 16)
COVID-10 Health Screening Checklist from DHS (September 16)


Please review the parent communication that was sent on September 10. You will learn more about the board of education decision to begin full in-person five-day programming beginning on Monday, September 14, 2020.

Please review the parent communication that was sent on August 25. You will learn more about the 2020 Fall Reentry schedule for the hybrid learning schedule. 

Please review the parent communication that was sent on August 18. You will learn more about freshman orientation and opportunities to tour the building prior to the start of school. 

Please review the parent communication that was sent on August 10. You will learn more about  GENERAL REMINDERS, HEALTH AND SAFETY, ENTERING/EXITING THE BUILDING, AND ATHLETICS AND ACTIVITIES REMINDER.

Athletics and Activities

Please review the parent communication that was sent on August 25. You will find more information about the WUHS school board approving the policy and procedures for athletics and activities for the 2020-2021 school year and the Southern Lakes Conference policy and procedures as it relates to the pandemic and COVID-19 risk mitigation.

Please review the parent communication that was sent on July 10. You will find more information regarding athletics and activities for this upcoming school year.

learning schedule
In order to keep our school open, reduce outbreaks, and mitigate ongoing transmission, the school and the community are accountable to one another. If our community numbers spike or increase, the chances of school closing and returning to an all-virtual platform increase. Therefore, we agree mutually on the following protocols for in-person learning:
Student Pledge
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