- Spanish Hotline (Claudia Klein/Jesus Cervantes): (920) 663-9372
- Hmong Hotline (Mai Chang/Fong Hang): (920) 663-9373
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Relationships ~ Engagement ~ Growth
- building positive relationships
- providing engaging learning opportunities
- ensuring the growth of all students
It is important that students demonstrate appropriate behavior that does not disrupt their learning or the learning of others. Warhawks are expected to:
demonstrate socially-acceptable behavior
respect others and their property
engage in learning opportunities provided within their classes
respect the rights of others
respond to the requests/redirection of Wilson staff
In order to support our students we have a comprehensive support system that includes:
- teaching expectations
- developing students' social/emotional/behavioral skills
- collaborative problem-solving
- opportunities to repair the harm & restore relationships
- consequences and/or punishments
When students are disruptive in class, here are the steps we will take as a staff to ensure learning for all can continue:
- Staff will redirect the student in order to help them refocus.
- If the student does not respond appropriately to the staff member's redirect, the office will be called.
- A member of the office staff will do one of the following in order to support the student(s) and teacher: 1) stay in the classroom, 2) remove the student to help them refocus and allow the student to return, or 3) remove the student from the class and ask them to complete the day's work for that class in an alternative location.
- If a student is removed from class, a parent will be notified and the student may return to class once they have completed their work.
- In addition, the student will be expected to repair the harm done by their disruption to the learning environment.
- Administrators will request a parent meeting if a student has to be removed from class multiple times for disruptive behavior.
We appreciate your partnership and support in ensuring all students at Wilson are engaged and can learn at high levels.
Parent Engagement Meeting: Oct. 21st
Date: Thursday, Oct. 21stTime: 5:30pm
Where: Virtual via Google Meet
Topic: Advisory & Social Emotional Learning
Join us via the link or phone number listed below.
Join by phone
(US) +1 636-287-0697 PIN: 985 956 256#
October House Challenge
What: EXTREME Orange & Black Day!
We invite students & staff to dress in your team color on this day, and the advisory who has the most students participate in dressing up will win the House Trophy for the month!
To count toward participation:
- More than 50% of your outfit must be in your team color
- Hats and accessories are allowed only if they are your team color
- Absolutely NO face paint is allowed
- All outfits must be school appropriate and not disruptive to the learning environment
There will be individual awards for the best Extreme Orange and best Extreme Black outfits. Your whole advisory will win if you have the highest percentage of students who dress up in team colors.
Boys Basketball Parent Meeting
Registration Open for Manitowoc Girls Basketball
Please go to this link to sign up: https://manitowoc-shipbuilders-youth-basketball.sportngin.com/home
Please try to register by October 15, so we have an idea of rosters and how many players we will have. Registration will remain open after October 15. We have a payment plan & multiple children discount as options to help make this an affordable experience. If cost is an issue, please email Coach Garbe (email@example.com). We don't want that to be a barrier between girls & basketball in Manitowoc.
Our new website is still a work in progress, but the good news is that our registration system is up & running. Please follow our social media pages on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter for updates (Manitowoc Girls Basketball - @manitowocgbb).
Click here for more information regarding club offerings at Wilson Middle School.