- Offering over 60 College in the Schools credits across various departments.
- Multiple career-based learning opportunities through Work Experience, Mentorship, and Internship programs.
- Variety of sports and extracurricular activities throughout each season of the school year.
94% of graduating seniors felt prepared to take on their next steps after graduation.
This year's Snow Week theme is Winter Wonderland. The high school student council has planned dress up days the week of January 29th through February 2nd to coincide with the Winter Wonderland theme. The week will conclude with the semi-formal Snow Week dance on Saturday, February 3rd from 7:30-11pm at W-M High School.
Students will begin registering for classes for the 2024-2025 school year on January 29th. Mr. Hennen, Mr. Spitzer, and Mrs. Ehlenz will be meeting with students during their Social Studies courses during the first few weeks of February to discuss registration requirements, student interests, and recommendations for next year's courses.
Friday, January 19th marks the end of Quarter 2/Semester 1. Monday, January 22nd is a Staff Development Day. There is NO SCHOOL on Monday, January 22nd.
Watertown-Mayer Schools are partnering with Every Meal to provide free weekend food bags to all families.