Williams Bay

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Choose Kind



Pete Dankelson and his family visited Williams Bay on Friday, May 5, giving three presentations at Williams Bay School and a presentation at the Barrett Memorial Library. Pete is a high school student who was born with a craniofacial condition called Goldenhar Syndrome and has undergone more than 20 surgeries in his lifetime. During his presentation to students, Pete talked about what it really means to choose kind and taught students the difference between being friendly and being a friend. His mom and brother discussed what life has been like for Pete and the struggles and successes he has encountered in his life. They also talked about the book Wonder and brought real-life examples and perspectives to the events that our students read about in the book.  Pete has a great sense of humor and really engaged students with his stories and message. This was a wonderful experience for all students in our district!


Swinging Safari


4K's Swinging Safari was a huge success! A big thank you to all those that attended the performances. Audience participation was greatly appreciated. What superb dancers we had!


 The Kindness Diaries

Battle of the BooksBattle of the Books

Congratulations to the fifth grade team of Costa Scocos and Liam Feehan, and the third grade team of Maisie Smith and Lauren Schnobel who won our Battle of the Books school competition at their grade level.  Our winning teams will represent our school at Genoa City in May. Congratulations to ALL of our Battle of the Books participants in grades 3-6. Student teams were responsible for reading (and knowing) 30 different books and authors. Our students did an amazing job! 






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School Events
•  Fisheree
•  Olympic Day