by: DAVID BURGARD
We will be selling meat sticks to family, friends, and random people at school. When we sell the meat stick at school. We can sell other places if they work better though. We are going to pre sell some meat sticks to family and friends, and all the extra meat sticks will be sold at WMS. It is important for us the have this fundraiser because we can use it to cover the funds for competitions and for extra expenses.
Waunakee Community Middle School
by: Danielle Werkheiser
In our 5th grade classes, we read the book The Tiger Rising, by Kate DiCamillo, which features a tiger who is mistreated and in need of rescuing. In helping students understand the relevance and to connect our curriculum to a global problem, we would like to raise awareness and funds to help the local nonprofit, Wisconsin Big Cat Rescue in Rock Springs, Wisconsin. This nonprofit has a close connection with Waunakee, as many people in the community have donated their Christmas trees for the tigers to play with! As many of the tigers surrendered are older, they have increased medical needs. We would like to work towards raising $1,500 to contribute to the vet bills of these tigers, as well as provide them with some Boomer Balls to help keep them agile! Thank you for helping bring awareness to the needs of animals in our community. If you’d like to learn more about this organization, feel free to visit their website or facility.
Waunakee Intermediate School
by: Barbara Salverson
About this Fundraiser: Project Graduation is the culminating celebration hosted by parents and the community for the Waunakee Community High School graduating class. Studies have shown that the highest number of teen drunk driving fatalities occur on graduation nights. That's why we offer Project Graduation, an alternative with the goal to keep our kids safe. Project Graduation is a SUBSTANCE FREE party for WCHS seniors held at the high school following the graduation ceremony. It boasts a variety of activities and entertainment including a hypnotist and games. In addition, food is served and tons of prizes, (including CASH), are awarded at the end of the night. As always, adult volunteers will chaperone. WE hope you will demonstrate your support of this event by making a tax deductible financial contribution. We are grateful that the Waunakee community and surrounding area businesses have traditionally endorsed our efforts to provide a safe environment in which the senior class can celebrate graduation night together. Thank you in advance for helping to continue this endeavor? Thank you! Michelle Berg/Campaign Manager Project Graduation 2024
Waunakee Community High School
by: NICK CONRAD
The Waunakee/DeForest Gymnastics Team will be having their annual wreath and holiday decoration sale this year. Please chose the gymnast you are purchasing from when ordering as this helps with organization the day of pickup. Delivery and pickup of the merchandise will occur: Date: Friday, November 17th from 4pm-7pm Location: WCSD School Board Office **Alternate pickup will be available on Saturday, November 18th but arrangements need to be made ahead of time.** Any questions, contact Stacie Natzke at email@example.com or call/text 262-930-9482.