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Elementary School: 8:30 AM-3:30 PM

Middle/High School: 7:30 AM-2:50 PM


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Day of Service Honoring Mr. Mestek

On Friday, September 29, the WBHS students and staff went out into the community to participate in a Day of Service to honor retired teacher, Mr. Mestek. Students collected seeds at Kishwauketoe, raked pine needles, cleaned vehicles at the fire station, mulched and collected brush at the Arboretum, washed windows at the Williams Bay Care Center, cleaned up Frost Park, did cleaning along the highway leading into Williams Bay, worked at the Norman B. Barr Camp, and cleaned up along the lakefront just to name a few activities. While working in "The Bay", Mr. Mestek was always giving back to students, staff, and the community. He was very touched and humbled that the school district would honor him by giving back to the community. Take a look at some of the work that was being done:



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 

Join us for our 21st Annual

Kishwauketoe Nature Conservancy

Harvest Fest 

Friday – October 20th

Cookout starting at 5:00pm

Dark-Sky Hike – 7:00

Food Catered and donated by Janette Maxwell of Daddy Maxwell’s

This is a free event – If you can, send a e-mail to KNC.NatureConservancy if you plan to attend so we have some idea on how many to prepare for – For further information – Call Harold at 262-903-3601





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