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   The mission of the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District is to create a safe, productive, and respectful learning environment that will meet the needs of all students to be lifelong learners.
The District will provide the facilities and resources necessary for students to become successful and productive members of society.
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Gifts for Children Program

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This is the 31st season of the local Gifts for Children program.  The program helps to provide gifts for children in the Baldwin-Woodville Area School District who would otherwise go without.  The program provides an excellent opportunity for community members to relish in the Christmas Spirit and give to families in our area.​  Attached is the form to apply to receive gifts. The deadline is Dec.3rd to apply.  If you have questions about the program please contact Denise Monicken 715-220-6431 or Deanna Freese 715-307-0791.

Holiday Concert Schedule

holiday concert.jpgGet in the spirit of the season by attending a Holiday Concert featuring the talents of the BW students and faculty!
 
All Concerts are presented at the Performing Arts Center at the High School.
6th Grade Band & Choir​​ Monday, December 5 @ 7:00p.m.
High School Band & Choir​ ​Sunday, December 4 @ 2:00 p.m.
5th Grade Program ​Thursday, December 15 @ 6:30 p.m.
1st Grade Program​ ​Monday, December 19 @ 5:45 p.m.
2nd Grade and 1/2 MAC Program​ ​Monday, December 19 @ 7:00 p.m.
​7th Grade Band & Choir ​Tuesday, December 20 @ 6:30 p.m.
8th Grade Band & Choir​ ​Tuesday, December 20 @ 7:30 p.m.
FUEL UP TO PLAY 60

Today our "Fuel Up To Play 60" team received an autographed football from the Green Bay Packers. They entered a contest to show now they were being healthy and active. The football will be in the display case in the cafeteria along with the pictures of the team who won the contest. Members of the team include: Noah Sarauer, Jackson Johansen, Jenna Livingston, Marin Nygaard, Madison Driscoll, Corinne Miller, Janessa Karau, Emmit Coenen, Trinity Karau, Mikayla Moats, Jake Johansen, Kale Livingston.​

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     The 2016-2017 School Year is here!  I can see the excitement in the students’ eyes now, or is it the parents?  Either way, we are very excited to get started.  The sports’ seasons have all started, and it is good to see all the students around again.  It has been a crazy summer, but I believe we are ready.  Greenfield Elementary looks great as we put on all the finishing touches.  Thank you to all of our custodians and summer staff that have worked so hard to make this happen!

As we begin another year, I would like to share a little bit about our vision for the district.  We believe that student achievement is preparing students to be lifelong learners and productive members of society. Through exposure to opportunities and preparation, Baldwin-Woodville students will demonstrate the following skills:

  • Critical thinking and problem solving

  • Collaboration and leadership

  • Adaptability and agility

  • Initiative and entrepreneurialism

  • Effective oral and written communication

  • Assessing and analyzing information

  • Curiosity and imagination

  • Financial, health and civic responsibility

  • Social and cultural awareness

  • Productivity and accountability

In order to more effectively meet the needs of each and every student, we want to personalize learning.  An approach to learning and instruction that is designed around individual learner readiness, strengths, needs and interests.   Learners are active participants in setting goals, planning learning paths, tracking progress and determining how learning will be demonstrated.

To truly meet our objectives, we need to challenge your children.  This is supported by the latest research out of the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.  Stating, “Hundreds of thousands of Wisconsin students - and millions more across the United States are left under-challenged by an American educational system that overemphasizes age-based curriculum.”  This means that in our district your son or daughter will struggle and hopefully fail at a few things.  This is how they learn.  If your kid is not struggling, we are not doing our job.  Everything should not come easy and that is okay.  Stay positive and encourage them to keep trying.  We will be there to support them along the way.  It is the effort that it takes to overcome a challenge that really makes something meaningful.  This builds grit and persistence.  Two important characteristics that will help your son or daughter become successful.

  

 
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