Walworth Jt. School District's June Newsletter


🎓Congratulations to our super 8th Grade Graduates!🎓

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Hi, parents and students in grades 5-8!

This spring has been a very trying time for you. It has also been a learning time for me creating virtual lessons and sending them to students through my google classrooms. I hope the students (and in many cases parents too) have been able to keep up with schoolwork. I understand that there are many priorities in life, and we all need to remember those. The first being our own health and well being. Another being helping others. ☺ Be kind to one another and yourself. Do the best that you can. Make a difference! Take pride in who you are and what you can do. Stay focused on the positive. Get out and do whatever activities you can to take a break when life is hard. Stay structured in your daily routines. You are a blessing! Be a blessing to someone else! Hang in there, things will get better. Please let me know if I can do anything for you!

And lastly, a word to my graduating 8th graders! What a great group! We have had some laughs and some tough times too. Yes, we missed out on some of the really fun times at the end of the year. I wish that were not true! Thanks, baritones, for working so hard on your parts! You have come a long way! Thanks, altos, for learning to harmonize. You make beautiful music even more beautiful! And thanks to you also, sopranos, for being patient while others are improving. You sing the melody so wonderfully! I can always count on you to do your part well. Thanks to all of you for learning life together with me. I love you all and wish you all the best in high school and beyond! May God bless you always!!

Mrs. Barker

3rd Grade ELA....What's Your Opinion?

The students were to write an Opinion Writing paper on Google Docs about their favorite book or movie. Then they created a promotional poster or 3D illustration of their favorite scene. Here are a few examples of the projects. Mrs. Niemuth thinks they did an awesome job!


Mr. Hoey's

3rd and 6th Grade

Social Studies

As we all know the fourth quarter did not go as planned, but a lot of great learning still took place. Many students worked very hard and did an excellent job. Online assignments required students to read passages, watch videos, and complete projects. Sixth graders studied Europe, Asia, and Australia. Third graders completed their year by learning about the history of Wisconsin. They explored early farming, mining, and logging methods. They also learned how and why our state grew and developed over time. Many students did a great job and worked very hard on their daily assignments. However, an elite few went about their daily business like champions. I want to recognize the following students for their outstanding accomplishments during this unprecedented time. These students showed perseverance, excellence, and outstanding effort with their classwork. I want to thank them and let them know how proud I am of their work ethics and the pride they displayed in their work on a daily basis. Congratulations!

“Star Students”

6th Grade

Gavin, Addison, Carter, Reid, Alexis, Jonah, and Shayna

3rd Grade

Ella, Zeke, Isaiah, Phillip, Kyleigh, Annabelle, Cassandra, Kenzie, Jayce, Sabrina, Natalie, Halley, Andrew, Margaret and Meredith

Walworth Middle School Instrumental Music News!

Congratulations to the following students for being our Zoom Scavenger Hunt winners! They received a special "treat" box in the mail to make their week a bit sweeter. Brooklyn, Jane, and Tyler.

Also, Mrs. Zwirlein would like to award two students the 2020 Outstanding Band Student Award. This year's recipients are AJ and Gavin. AJ has been an exceptional leader in Symphonic Band and Jazz Ensemble and devoted a great deal of time for the American Legion in the playing of TAPS. Gavin joined band as a 6th grader and made a tremendous amount of progress. He has been a leader in all areas of the band program and did a great job on his band assignments during our time of virtual learning. Congrats to you both!

Next year will definitely look different, but I can guarantee that music will be alive and well at Walworth Middle School. If your son/daughter rented a Walworth instrument, please return this to school no later than Thursday, June 4th. In addition, WSMA Solo and Ensemble medals will be available for pick-up Monday, June 1st. Please contact the office to schedule your pick-up. Be on the lookout for an upcoming mailing/email with summer information and Solo Ensemble Medal names.

Mrs. Janney's Kindergartners Hard at Work!

The students in Mrs. Janney's 5K class are learning Math on IXL, doing Math packets, drawing family pictures, working on adding and subtracting and becoming little artists!


Many of you still have school library books checked out! Please, Please, Please return them sometime next week (June 1-5)! There is a milk crate to drop them in between the front doors by the bell. If you would like a list of the titles your child has checked out, please call Mrs. Coleman in the office or email Mrs. Weborg at Thanks for your help getting our books back!

The summer reading program at the public library will still happen, however it will look a bit different from years past…

Sadly, all of the live performances have been cancelled.

The plan is to have curbside pickups for the kids. They will receive a bag with crafts, reading records etc. available each week from June 15- July 31.

Please call or email the library to schedule pick up. There will be further information on the website and Facebook.

Ms. Boldger's Kindergartners Hard at Work!

Here are some pictures of the children writing, measuring, counting, working on mystery messages, gardening and replanting plants from bean seeds!
The kindergarten students completed their amazing 2020 Leap Year time capsule booklets from home. They will get them back in 2024, during 4th grade. This will be a profound reflection piece!


The Boldger Kindergarten Class of 2019-2020

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Mrs. Wenzel is proud to announce the newest members of the Reading Counts 1,000 Points Club. Students in first grade through fourth grade read books

and take quizzes to earn Reading Counts points.

Andrew is a third grader who finished the last of his 1,000 points a couple of weeks ago.

Emily and Tenley are second graders who just completed their 1,000 points.

Everyone at Walworth School is very proud of their efforts. Being a member of the 1,000 Points Club is a HUGE accomplishment! Way to go and keep reading!

Mrs. Janney's Kindergarten Class of 2019-2020

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Wildcat Wishes!!

My Dear Students and Families,

Our time together was absolutely unforgettable..

We shared much JOY along with several tears….

Thank you for the beautiful memories.

Keep up your amazing ability to dream,

create, research, learn and love one another.

Stay “Curious”.

Find profound “wonder” in each day.

Stay connected to nature.

Work hard.

Always know that each one of you

will live in my heart….forevermore.


Your Kindergarten Teacher,

Cathy Boldger...

and Simba

I hope that everyone stays healthy and safe this summer. Enjoy the summer and good weather. Take time to read under a tree. That was one of my favorite things to do with my best friend Laura when I was in elementary school.

Looking forward to seeing everyone in the fall.

Mrs. Wenzel

I’ve been a teacher for over 25 years and this certainly was a very unique year! I am so proud of the efforts of all of our students as they have adjusted to an entirely new way of learning. Fantastic job kids! I hope you have a great summer and I can’t wait to see you next fall.

Stay safe and healthy!


Mrs. Weis

Happy Summer Wildcats! I’m so proud of you for trying your best!

Don’t forget to have fun, take breaks in the shade and read!!


Ms. Nason

Wildcat Wishes for Soon-To-Be Second Graders

from Mrs. Cullen

I am glad I was your first grade teacher,

I’ve come to love you so.

I can’t believe the end is near,

I hate to see you go!

Remember all the fun we had

In all the things we did,

But most of all remember

You’re a VERY special kid!

I am sorry we didn’t get to say goodbye.

Goodbyes are not forever.

Goodbyes are not the end.

It simply means I’ll miss you,

but we’ll be strong

and carry on

until we meet again.

Have a happy, healthy, and safe summer!

Hello Students! I want to wish you a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing you soon! I hope you are able to relax, have fun, and enjoy many moments of "belly" laughter! Don't ever forget how amazing you are and that many people care about you! Sending lots of love and air hugs!

Mrs. Ott-Wilson

To all my Wildcat Friends,

I have missed you, missed you, missed you

Now that school is out for the year, I hope you have a FABULOUS FUN Time.

Stay Safe

Mrs. Coleman

I want you to all know that I’m thinking about you and miss you daily!

To the 8th graders, this was not how you anticipated your years here at Walworth to end, and I’m so sorry for that. Good luck in high school. You will be missed!

While we are apart, learn with your family! Look at a family photo album and learn some family history, show your kindness by reading to someone, go outside and look at how beautiful our world is! Take a walk, kick a ball, walk your dog, ride your bike or read a book! Find a favorite summer reading spot! (I have two! Sitting on the beach, listening to the waves and seagulls and sitting in our backyard in the hammock!)

Have a fun, safe summer! I love you all!

Mrs. Weborg

Congratulations to Mrs. Janney's class on finishing their Kindergarten year!

Great job to parents for loving and encouraging your child!

I am so proud of you all and will miss you tremendously!


Mrs. Janney

To my 6th grade students,

Thank you for a great school year. While this was not a traditional end, I have enjoyed having each and every one of you in class, and I have missed seeing your smiling faces over the last few months. I cannot wait to be back in school with you again next year.

Have a great summer and keep in touch.

Mr. Heck

Hi 3rd graders!

Thank you for such an incredible year, you are awesome! I hope your summer is full of fun and ice cream (my favorite)! I know you will be amazing 4th graders because you are smart, kind, and can do anything you put your mind to! Like Mystery Doug says, stay curious!"

Ms. Schroettner

Dear Mrs. Cruz's class,

It has been such a blessing to be your teacher this year!

I could not be any more proud of all of your hard work and how much you have learned and grown. I miss you so much, but I am so glad we will be looping together next year!

I hope you have a wonderful summer filled with lots of reading and adventures!


Mrs. Cruz

To Our Junior Kindergarten Friends:

We hope you and your family have a happy and safe summer vacation!

Take time to play outside, read a book, and have fun every day!

We miss you and can’t wait to be together again in Kindergarten!


Mrs. Hummel and Miss Koltes

Dear students,

I am truly sorry that we couldn't spend our last quarter in the classroom together.

However, this was an excellent opportunity to learn in a new way, and challenge both students and teachers, I want to thank you for your continued efforts and dedication to learning.

I hope everyone has a safe and fun filled summer!


Mr. Hoey

Eighth Graders,

I know the year didn’t end how you expected. I wish we would have had more time to spend together and make more memories. As the year comes to a close I want to wish you all the best as you head into high school and remind you to

keep your feet on the ground and

keep reaching for the stars!

Mrs. Brungraber

Have a great summer Wildcats and keep creating!

I miss you and can’t wait to see you all next year!

~Mrs. Roemer

Hello Walworth Wildcats - Mr. Hummel says "Seven Days without exercise makes one WEAK!!!" Get outside this Summer and take care to all!!!

To all of my friends, TALL & SMALL,

I wish you more SUN than NONE.

I wish you tons & tons of SUMMER TIME FUN!!!


Mrs. Clinkingbeard

Hello 3rd Graders! I want to tell you how proud I am of all your efforts with learning at school and online from home this year! Although the year did not end at all how we had planned, I hope you still felt loved and cared about! I will cherish the time we had together this year and each of you will hold a special place in my heart! Keep reading every day and have a great summer!

Virtual hugs!!


Mrs. Niemuth

This year didn't end the way we wanted, but once my student, always my student.

Whether you come back as my student again, or a friend, like Hogwarts,

I will always be there to welcome you home.


Dr. Hajewski

I am so proud of all the 4th grade Wildcats! Make sure to stop and

say hi to me and Cocoa next year! We miss you all so much.


Mrs. Koplitz

Hello students! We hope you have a great summer! Take care!

Mrs. Klamm

Dear Wildcats,

You are all dear to my heart! I miss your beautiful smiles and can't wait to see you next school year! I hope you have a wonderful summer!


Mrs. Yakes

To all my second grade friends:

You have worked hard to reach this point and I am so proud of you all!

Although this year has taken some unexpected turns, you have never given up! Remember to always take chances, try new things, and continue to find the joy in learning every day.

Don't forget to come back and visit me next year. Have an amazing summer!!!!


MIss Gleeson

There has been no greater time in the world when we need to cheer on everyone around us. The staff at Walworth has, and will continue to, cheer you on. It is my wish that you stay safe and healthy, show gratitude, and seek out the things that give you happiness.

Looking forward to seeing you soon!

"Don't let your music fade away by the noise around you."


Mrs. Zwirlein

Hello fourth graders! I was really lucky to be able to teach you this year, although I wish we could have been in school longer. I miss each and every one of you. Stay kind and sweet and always remember how special you are to me!


Mrs. Trosclair

Wildcats, I miss you all. Sending lots of hugs. Have a beachy summer!

Mrs. Hill

I know the year was abruptly cut short, but I have been honored to have had the opportunity to spend my year surrounded by such incredibly gifted, talented, and wonderful students who have such an unlimited potential for greatness! Always remember that you are special and Don’t Forget to Read! Have a great summer, Wildcats!

Mr. Stevens

We are so proud of you Wildcats! Your hard work did not go unnoticed. We are #WalworthProud! Hope you have a great summer! Make sure to enjoy the sunshine!

-Mrs. Dowden

Hello Wildcats!

We are all so proud of you!

Have a great summer!!

Mr. Klamm

Our Mission: Providing the Best Education For All Students


Back to School

Online Registration

for the 2020-2021 School Year

Begins July 22, 2020

Registration instruction packets

will be mailed in July!

Thank You!!!

Thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers and community members that helped with various activities at school this year. We appreciate your kindness!

Thank you to all of the parents and family members that helped their children succeed at home under these difficult circumstances. We appreciate your strength!

Thank you to the Staff for countless hours of dedicated work, loving care and support for their students. We appreciate your awesomeness!

Thank you to the Walworth Administration and School Board for the Teacher Appreciation special deliveries, for all of their time, planning, preparation and dedication. We appreciate your thoughtfulness!

Thank you to the students for all of their hard work, determination, kind words, honesty, funny jokes, thoughtful gestures, beautiful smiles and hugs throughout the school year. We appreciate YOU!

Official Jason Mraz

Have It All by Official Jason Mraz

Walworth Children's Foundation

The Walworth Children’s Foundation is an incorporated, non-profit 501 (c)(3) entity designed to receive donations from the community to aid children and the families of children enrolled at Walworth Jt. School District #1. If you are in need of assistance please contact Mrs. Ott-Wilson at extension 1212.

Please send donations to: Walworth Children's Foundation, PO Box 285, Walworth, WI 53184

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