Giving Back to Wausaukee School

WHS Alumni Contributions in Action!

WAEF uses Alumni contributions to support innovative & creative programs that provide enriched educational experiences for the K-12 students of the School District of Wausaukee. 

Wausaukee School teachers and staff can apply for a Classroom Grant every fall.  The applications are reviewed by and selected for funding by the WAEF Board of Directors.

2020/21 Classroom Grants

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WILDLIFE & FORESTRY STUDENT PROJECTS

The Wildlife & Forestry students will be building bird houses to install on the nature trails around the Wausaukee school.  The students will study the bird species and surrounding trees.  This grant will be used to purchase the birdhouse materials and forestry tree study devices. See Pictures!

HOW AMERICA WORKS

The Government class will be using the Scholastic's book "How America Works" to enrich the class curriculum.  Students will get a deeper understanding of government and hopefully will be inspired to have meaningful discussions and become positive citizens in their future communities.

VISUAL PRINTS OF L.A.M.P.

SPEECH & LANGUAGE

LAMP is a therapeutic approach to augmented and alternative communication based on neurological and motor learning principles. The goal is to give individuals who are nonverbal or have limited verbal abilities a method of independently and spontaneously expressing themselves.  This grant will be used to purchase visual prints of LAMP Words for Life to allow students more exposure. The greater amount of exposure and modeling from teachers and classmates helps increase student learning and expressive communication skills. 

2020/21 Donations

BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES

WAEF made a donation to support to purchase of needed student backpacks and supplies to help get students ready for learning this fall.

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SHOES FOR SCHOOL

WAEF donated to support the purchase of a variety of shoes for Wausaukee school to have on-hand as the need arises.

2019/20 Classroom Grants

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ONE SCHOOL ONE BOOK

Each elementary school student had the opportunity to simultaneously read the same book (The Boxcar Children by Gertrude Chandler Warner) to model the habit of regularly reading together (at home and at school) which helps to build a strong literacy foundation.

ENERGY BUS

The Girls Softball team is using the book "The Energy Bus" to enhance the student-athlete outcome by exploring themes like the power of being a part of a team and pushing oneself to be better in all aspects of life.