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  • Alert:

    Library Materials and Chromebook Collection

    Seniors—-All library books need to be returned by Friday, May 20th.  

    Chromebooks will be collected during Flex on Monday May 23rd.  .  

    Middle School through Juniors—All library books need to be returned by Friday, May 27th. 

    Chromebooks will be collected on Monday, May 31st.  

    You are responsible for returning your Chromebook, cord and case. If you have a hotspot checked out, it also needs to be returned at this time.  You may be assessed for items not returned.  No books will be checked out after Friday, May 20th.  

    Any student that needs a Chromebook for finals or after the collection date needs to see Mrs. McCauley as soon as possible.  


  • Alert:

    Families of students who ride the shuttle bus (Tim Schliem) from Gratiot to South Wayne will be picked up and dropped off at one location in Gratiot, due to construction on Main Street in Gratiot.  The bus will pick up students in front of Haley Tuescher's on Sheldon Street, where the bus currently stops in the morning.  This will also be the sole drop off point in Gratiot in the afternoon. Thank you for your understanding. 

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    2021-2022 Calendar

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School District of Black Hawk

202 East Center Street South Wayne, WI 53587         
Phone: 608.439.5371
Fax: 608.439.1022



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Proudly serving the communities of Browntown, Gratiot, Martintown, South Wayne, Wiota and Woodford


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Daily Announcements
Monday, May 16, 2022 


Good luck to the high school track team at UW Platteville.
The team will leave at 2:25 P.M. Dismiss at 2:10 p.m.


Good luck to the middle school track team at Monroe. The team will leave at 
3:10 P.M. Dismiss at 3:00 P.M.


Good luck to the softball team with Juda.
Then after the Juda home game they will travel to Monticello.


Student Council will be meeting at Flex Thursday the 19th. 
We encourage all 9-11 graders to join in planning next year's events.


All HIGH SCHOOL girls interested in playing basketball this summer and next year should come to my room on Friday, May 20th for their Flex period? 

This includes girls from current 8th grade to current 11th graders.


Bridger Brighter Smiles will be here today. We will be calling for students as needed.


High school students this Friday is the GPA declaration day for final exam waivers. Student not carrying a 2.0 GPA for this semester will be required to take final exams.


If you are planning on running in the May Mile fun run tomorrow after school, please make sure your permission slip is turned in to Mrs. Petitjean by 3pm today. 
We will meet in the lower commons to head out to the track,
and will be finished no later than 4:15. 


Lunch today:  Pizza, Cheezits, Green Beans, Mandarin Oranges, and Milk.


March Student of the Month


Mayson Olsen
1st Grade
Sponsored by 
First National Bank-Gratiot


Pam Venden
8th Grade
Sponsored by
Woodford State Bank


Alyssa Broge
9th Grade
Sponsored by 
First National Bank-Gratiot

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"Providing quality education-Building solid citizens"

Mission Statement


"Our goal is to foster and facilitate a positive learning environment to provide the best possible education for all students"