For information on the Big Foot High School Referendum visit their website at http://www.bigfootrecreation.o... or call Mr. Doug Parker at the high school with any questions that you might have. He is ...
The UW-Whitewater Observatory will open up its telescopes (weather permitting) for all ages. See planets, star clusters and nebulae through our telescopes! Indoors, we will provide examples of how astr...
After the tragic incident at the high school in Parkland, Florida, last year, the Wisconsin Department of Justice announced a new school safety grant to help districts increase the level of security in...
Mr. Parker at Big Foot Union High School District sent out the following message earlier today: BFHS received a message threatening the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We have been working closely with the Walworth Police Department in correlation to the threat. We DO NOT believe at this time it is credible in any way. However, to ensure everyone's safety, we will be closing BFHS at 12:30 pm today. Once again, we DO NOT believe it is credible in any way. The buses will be available at 12:20 to take home all bus riding students. Any students without a ride, may meet in the main gym and walk with administration to Grace Church south of BFHS (500 South Main Street) and get picked up from there. We ask that all staff and students be out of the building and parking lot by 12:30 pm. Anyone with information concerning the incident can message Walworth County Crime Stoppers P3 App or contact Big Foot High School at 262-275-2116 The Fontana Jt 8 School District is not closing early. All after school activities will be held as scheduled.
Due to the incident at Big Foot High School today, the Lyric Opera performance was canceled. As soon as I was informed of the situation, the bus was canceled, and our 5th graders continued with a normal school day. There is no reason to believe that the incident was related in any way to Fontana School, and we are continuing our normal school day. I want to reassure you, though, that Chief Cates and I will continue to monitor the situation throughout the day.
Four 8th grade students attended the middle school leadership conference at UW-Whitewater on Thursday, October 11th. The students viewed a one-act play by Ardan James and participated in leadership activities with other middle school students from districts in southern Wisconsin. view image
Event: BOE Meeting
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Event: FUTP 60
3:30 PM - 4:30 PM
Event: Girls Volleyball Game - Fontana @ Walworth
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Event: Tentative Cultural Arts Assembly (Pumpkin Carving)
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM