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Welcome to Washburn Public Schools

 

Yesterday’s Champion and
Today’s Champion

On Friday, February 13th the community joined together to congratulate Cody Tomlinson on breaking the school scoring record of 1348 points, set by Cory Berseth.  Cory Berseth returned home to honor Cody on breaking his record. Coach Duane Gasperini spoke of the fact that it was fitting for Cory to be handing off the title to Cody because he said Cody reminded him of Cory.  They both spent most of their extra time in the gym, have a strong work ethic, and are fine young men.  Cory spoke to the team and reminded team to play hard, play well, and play to win.  He said there is a lot of history in Washburn and their team is part of that history.  Congratulations, Cody!  We are proud of you. 

 Washburn Public School 
Board Members:

 Christina Sauer - Board President ~ csauer@washburn.k12.wi.us 

Mark Sneed - Vice President  ~ sneed355@centurytel.net
Richard Avol - Clerk  ~ peruse@chequamegonbooks.com
Colleen Geisen- Treasurer  ~ cgeisen@washburn.k12.wi.us
Roxanne Shuga- BoardMember ~ roxanne.shuga@washburn.k12.wi.us

 To mail all the school board members use schoolboard@washburn.k12.wi.us

 

Our mission is to enable students to enter the global society with the knowledge, skills, habits, and attitudes required to be contributing citizens.
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 OPEN ENROLLMENT 
2015-16

The Open Enrollment application period for 2015-2016 runs from February 2nd until April 30th, 2015 at 4:00PM.

Please refer to the Quick Links below to obtain additional information about this option. Early and late applications will not be accepted.

If you have any additional questions regarding this program, please contact Therene Gazdik at 715-373-6188 ex 101

Wisconsin DPI Open Enrollment Application

Open Enrollment Brochure

  Congratulations to the Washburn High School on being nominated for the National Blue Ribbon Award!

The National Blue Ribbon Schools Program, recognizes overall academic excellence or progress in improving student achievement.

“The students, educators, families, and communities that make up the schools nominated for this recognition program consistently strive for and work hard to attain exemplary achievement,” DPI State Superintendent Evers said. “This commitment is foundational to student success in their schools.”

Selection criteria for this year’s program require that schools have at least 100 students and be open for at least five years. Additionally, schools must have met annual measurable objectives for the 2012-13 and 2013-14 school years.