The WHS Music Masters Ensemble will present their Madrigal Dinner on December 9th, at the American Legion in Whitewater. The doors open at 6:00 pm, and the dinner begins at 7:00 pm. The dinner features a buffet of turkey or beef, mashed potatoes, buttered carrots, green beans, soup, and dessert. Dinner tickets are $25 for adults, $23 for seniors, and $20 for those 10 and under. Tickets are available from all Music Masters Ensemble members and from the high school office. Call 472-8174 or email the Choir Director, Karen Tordera, for more information.
Sixty teams (240 students) from 18 southeast Wisconsin and northern Illinois high schools including Janesville Parker, New Berlin West, Milton, Menomonee Falls, Marquette University High School, Homestead, Fort Atkinson, Eisenhower, Crystal Lake Central, Janesville Craig, Cedarburg, Cary-Grove, Brookfield Central, Whitewater, Rufus King, Prairie Ridge, Whitefish Bay, and Prairie Ridge competed at the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) on Friday, November 17, in their annual computer programming competition. Students worked in groups of four to solve nine problems of varying difficulty using Java in two and one half hours. The Whitewater team of Zach Brantmeier, Cassi Hoxie, Nick Kuzoff, and Lydia Wiley-Deal ended the day in 5th place, while the team of Declin Anderson, Zach Gross, Jacob Korf, and Tyler Marinkovic finished tied for 11th. For full scores, visit https://faculty-web.msoe.edu/durant/opcomp/scores2017.pdf.
Congratulations Brianna Zimdars for being select to attend the Wisconsin Leadership Seminar June 8 - 10, 2018, at UW-Whitewater! The Wisconsin Leadership Seminar recognizes outstanding high school sophomores and provides them the opportunity and encouragement to develop their leadership potential.
Six students from Whitewater High School traveled to Carroll University in Waukesha on Saturday, November 11th, to participate in Singing in Wisconsin. Singing in Wisconsin is a choral festival that takes place in four locations throughout the state. Students in each location learn their music and then present a concert in the afternoon. All of the students in each of the locations learn the same pieces and present their concert at the same time in each venue. The students from WHS sang in the Mixed High School Choir with Mr. Greg Carpenter as the guest conductor. Students pictured are Leiha Kuhnke, Jacquelin Villareal, Brianna Staebler, Billie Jo Parker, Alexa DuClos, and Andi Rodrigues.