Important PARENT RESOURCES located under the District tab.
SCHOOL FEES may be paid in the school office or sent by mail in advance to avoid confusion at the open house and on opening day. Please indicate your child(ren)’s names on the check.
KINDERGARTEN: If you are a parent/guardian of a kindergarten student and have questions concerning schedules and immunizations, please call the school at 608/854-2261, Ext. 117. Students who do not meet the state requirements on immunization for entry into school will NOT be accepted for kindergarten.
ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL OPEN HOUSE is scheduled for WEDNESDAY, August 27th. Come anytime between the hours of 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Students can bring in their school supplies, find their lockers, and meet their teacher.
FRESHMAN ORIENTATION is scheduled for WEDNESDAY, August 27th from 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
All high school students should report to the gymnasium upon arrival at school on the first day. Homeroom assignments will be posted in the office window.
Grades PK-8: September 11, 2014
Grades 9-12: September 10, 2014
- RETAKE DAY (Grades K-12): Oct. 8, 2014
NEW STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT YET REGISTERED FOR SCHOOL ARE ASKED TO DO SO AT YOUR EARLIEST CONVENIENCE.
Michelle Budden and Carter Fleege represent Southwestern at the Wisconsin State High School Track and Field Championships. Michelle advanced to LaCrosse in the high jump and finished the weekend in 4th place. Carter advanced in the high jump, long jump, and triple jump finishing 4th, 7th, and 11th respectfully. Southwestern is honored to have such terrific athletes withinour district. Congratulations go out to Michelle and Carter. It's a great day to be a Wildcat!
At the Sectional Track Meet this past Friday Night, Michelle Budden and Carter Fleege qualified for the State Track Meet in La Crosse this coming weekend. Michelle finished second in the High Jump with a jump of 5’1” and will compete this Friday, beginning at 3 p.m. Carter placed First in the High Jump, and Second in the Triple Jump and Long Jump. Carter’s jump of 6’6” in the High Jump broke the school record by 2 inches. Carter will compete in the Triple Jump on Friday around 5 p.m. and on Saturday will compete in the High Jump and Long Jump beginning at 10:30 a.m. at Veterans Memorial Stadium in La Crosse.
Michelle Budden, a sophomore at Southwestern, tied the school record for the high jump of 5’5”, set back in 1986 by Shelley Hendricks. Great job Michelle, striving for state meet qualifying is your next goal right? AWESOME!!!
Southwestern alumni, Alyssa Iserman, a member of the UW-Platteville track team has qualified in the high jump for the Outdoor National Track Meet to be held in Ohio this Friday and Saturday. Alyssa will be jumping at 2:00 on Friday.
Southwestern's Physics class participated in the Rube Goldberg competition and received the "Risk Award" along with $175 for our Science department. Thanks for representing Southwestern in such a positive manner!
Congratulations to the Southwestern HS Math Team - we are proud of your efforts!
Competition in Boscobel....Represented our School very well!.... Great Job Students
Saturday, February 15, 2014, Alyssa Iserman, a 2012 Southwestern graduate attending the University of Wisconsin-Platteville and participating on the UWP track and field team, broke the indoor school record and tied the Williams Fieldhouse record in the high jump with a leap of 1.70 meters (5-07.00). Iserman is now tied for third in the nation and has locked up a spot to compete at nationals on March 14, 2014.
The Southwestern staff and students are taking a stand on bullying and have agreed to stand up to help the students being bullied. Staff and students participated in some planned activities that were performed each day. An all school assembly, that featured an ex-NFL football player (Shawn Harper) took place on Febryary 3rd where every student was given a t-shirt that had the words STOP on the front it. These activities and assembly are only a small facet of ways to prevent bullying. It will be an ongoing process and in order to prevent this growing epidemic, we are going to need all students, staff and parents work together to put a STOP to the mean and hurtful things students say. A joint effort between home and school to benefit EVERY student.