At lunch today, many students tried fresh sugarcane for the first time. After peeling the green woody skin off, the pith is wonderfully sweet. Thank-you Yepheng, for bringing it for us to try.
Last week, the students in Miss Heidi Rasmussen's Home Ec class dug up potatoes. Last spring, Mrs. Joella Show planted potatoes in a series of raised beds behind the greenhouses. Now it was time to get hands dirty and bring in the harvest. For some it was the first time digging potatoes. Eating mashed [...]
In a welcome break from study hall, students hurried out into the warm darkness to welcome our new bus. There wasn't a lot to see - a black bus in the dark - but it was still exciting. The bus seats 35 passengers and has a nice storage area. Mr. Dan Show and Mr. [...]
Every freshman, and several sophomores begin each day with a brand-new class designed to help ease the transition to high school. Titled "Strategies for Success," the course was developed and is taught by registrar Kelly Taitano. Practical skills and strategies are taught and practiced in the context of actual assignments the students are getting [...]
We were blessed to enjoy a really wonderful outdoor Sabbath experience at Big Hill Park in Beloit this past weekend. On a wide grassy lawn surrounded by towering trees, we had church, led by Mr. Doug Show. He preached on the story of Elijah, and its relevance for today's end-time people. After church and [...]
SA Fall Picnic at Wisconsin Academy traditionally includes a variety of games and relays on the ballfield, pitting class against class. This past Sunday, the Student Association found a creative replacement, canoing - equally as fun and in compliance with social distancing. After a prayer for safety and courage for nervous first-timers, our cavalcade [...]
The Student Association officers led us in vespers this Friday evening, each sharing a brief meditation on an aspect of this year's SA theme: "Be Strong." This theme is based on Joshua 1:9: "Have I not commanded you? Be strong and of good courage; do not be afraid, nor be dismayed, for the Lord [...]
Out of an abundance of caution, we are pushing registration to August 23. This means the start of school will now be August 24. If you have any questions, please call the school at 920-623-3300.
Out of an abundance of caution, we are pushing the August 16 registration to August 23. This means the start of school will now be August 24 rather than August 17. If you have any questions, please call the school at 920-623-3300.