October 7, 2021

Wildcat Adventures

Celebrating Our Habit Heroes

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It's Time to Restart and Refresh our PTO

Please consider joining us for our first PTO Meeting of the 2021-22 school year.

October 19, 2021


We are so happy to be able to once again gather for our in-person meetings. Last year our PTO involvement was quite limited due to COVID-19 health guidelines, as we needed to move to virtual meetings.

All are welcome are encouraged to attend! A few items on our October 19 agenda include:

  • PTO leadership roles- we will discuss the positions of Co-Presidents, Secretary, Treasurer, Volunteer Coordinator, and Social Media Liaison.
  • We welcome new members to consider helping out in these roles. Nominations will be accepted at this. meeting and an election of leadership positions will be held at our November meeting.

We will also discuss special student activities including:

  • Popcorn Day
  • School Spirit Wear
  • Scholastic Book Fair
  • Teacher Meal for Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • Family Directory
  • Possibility for child care during our meetings

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Mrs. Halvorsen.

Looking for Volunteer Opportunities?

O.N.E. (Our Network for Education) was established as a result of the continued interest and involvement of volunteering within our District. The O.N.E. Program supports the Wausau School District key interest to "Foster mutually beneficial partnerships and collaborations that expand learning opportunities and resources."

The Wausau School District wants your experience volunteering to be rewarding and enjoyable! We value your time and commitment to our students. You are an important partner in our District, assisting in the education and mentorship of our youth.

To begin your volunteer experience, please visit our WSD O.N.E. website.

You will find everything you need to become a volunteer in the WSD. Once you are signed up you will be able to access My ImpactPage to view Stettin opportunities.

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Stettin Spirit Wear Now Available

Online ordering now OPEN through October 22.

Click HERE to place your order

Delivery by November 8.

Please select "Free Pick Up" then there will be no shipping cost.

Items will be sent home with your child.

If you prefer to ship to your home, you may choose to do so at an additional cost.

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Stettin Enrollment Paraprofessionals Needed

Please click here WECAN (Wisconsin Education Career Access Network)

Vacancy # 124210

to apply for one of two positions available immediately.

If you have any questions about the position, please contact Mrs. Halvorsen.

UPDATED WSD COVID-19 Protocols 2021-22

Good afternoon, Wausau School District Families:

As we move forward in the 2021-22 school year, we want to take this opportunity to share an update with you about some changes to the District’s COVID-19 mitigation strategies following Monday night’s Board of Education meeting.

The Board approved two matrices, one for elementary schools and one for secondary schools, that are guidelines for analyzing case data. They are real tools that allow administrators, school staff, and nurses to collaborate around data and context to find the best actions to keep your students in school, in-person safely, and provide them with the highest quality education at the same time.

While you’ll notice differences between the elementary and secondary school matrices, the goal is the same: keeping your students safe while offering them the highest quality educational experiences at the same time.

Below is the elementary level matrix.

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The elementary matrix is only applied at the classroom level. The biggest change is that staff and students, in any given classroom with a positive case, will be required to wear masks, for at least 10 days. If there are 4 or more unrelated cases in any given classroom, principals, nursing staff, and other administration members will review the cases to determine whether the class will move to remote learning. Any changes will be communicated to you.
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Important Dates

Friday, October 8: School Picture Day

Wednesday, October 13: Grade 4 to the NTC Farm

Wednesday, October 20: Mrs. Brandt's class to the West Planetarium

Friday, October 22: Grade 1 to the School Forest

Friday, October 22: Mr. Dziadosz's class to the West Planetarium

October 27: 1st Quarter Ends

October 27 12:00-8:00pm: Parent -Teacher Conferences

October 27, 28, 29: No School

Tuesday, November 2: Grade 2 to the West Planetarium

Friday, November 5: Last day of Growing Great Minds

Thursday, November 4: Grade 3 to the School Forest

Wednesday, November 17: Picture Retake Day

Mental Health Help

Did you know that we have an on-site licensed mental health therapist from The Caring Tree who is accessible at Stettin Elementary School? Services are billed through the family’s insurance, but don’t let cost prevent care; financial help is available.

To make a referral, please contact Jennifer Graf, School Social Worker at 715-261-0207.

Grades 4-5 After-School Athletics


October 7, 12, 14


Please contact Mr. Dzaidosz with any questions.

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Visitors to Stettin

When you visit us at Stettin between 8:00-4:00, we ask that you use the Main Entry. In efforts to keep our students safe, all visitors are greeted at the front door through out intercom system. Mrs. Steffen, Mrs. Halvorsen, or Mrs. Dallman will welcome you inside.

You will be asked to stop at the office to register as a visitor and receive your visitor badge.

The first time you visit, you will be asked for a driver's license as part of our security procedures. Subsequent visits will not need a driver's license.

Thank you for your help in keeping our students safe.

Click here for our Stettin Family Handbook

A comprehensive guide to life at Stettin.

What's for breakfast and lunch each day?

Our breakfast and lunch menus can be found on the following link https://wausau.nutrislice.com/menu/menus-eula. All nutrition information regarding the menus can be found on this link as well.

Do you have questions about the bus?

We are happy to help you when we can at school.

Many times, however, First Student Bus Company is your best first contact.

Phone: 715-842-2268
FAX: 715-845-3155

Our 2021-2022 Stettin Staff


Kelly Meeks kmeeks@wausauschools.org

Taylor Prososki tprososki@wausauschools.org

Grade 1

Cassie Zipp czipp@wausauschools.org

Kristie Butler kbutler@wausauschools.org

Haley Ramcheck hramcheck@wausauschools.org

Grade 2

Beth Gruber bgruber@wausauschools.org

Ashley Langbecker alangbec@wausauschools.org

Grade 3

Timille Johnson tjohnson@wausauschools.org

Kristin Paulson kpaulson@wausauschools.org

Grade 4

Kelly Brandt kbrandt@wausauschools.org

Thomas Dziadosz tdziados@wausauschools.org

Grade 5

Mark Sepnafski msepnafs@wausauschools.org

Taylor Schlinkmann tschlinkmann@wausauschools.org

Special Education

Amanda Jacobson ajacobso@wausauschools.org

Jill Kleman jkleman@wausauschools.org

Speech and Language

Meghan Oselka moselka@wausauschools.org


Kara Lee kalee@wausauschools.org



Shanna Henriksen shenriksen@wausauschools.org


Chelsey Gilbert cgilbert@wausauschools.org


Sam Ward sward@wausauschools.org

Physical Education

Vickie Christianson vchristianson@wausauschools.org

Library Media Specialist

Julie Gaskey jgaskey@wausauschools.org

Pupil Services

School Counselor

Nicole Melander nmelande@wausauschools.org

School Social Worker

Jennifer Graf jgraf@wausauschools.org

School Psychologist

Hallie Beal hbeal@wausauschools.org

Health Aide

Krista Dallman kdallman@wausauschools.org

Nutrition Services

Tammy Lease tlease@wausauschools.org


Dale Sann dsann@wausauschools.org

Kathy Maurisak, Angela Cook

Administrative Assistant

Mary Steffen msteffen@wausauschools.org


Kelly Halvorsen khalvors@wausauschools.org


Jenny Schneider, Michael Czech, Nicole Williams, Xang Lee, Matt Pijan, Erin Niewolny, Joann Klement

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