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Act 55 Annual Notice
In 2015, Act 55 requires:



1. Annually, the School District of Wabeno Area must provide the following to the parent or guardian of each pupil enrolled in or attending the school:



a) A copy of the school’s most recent accountability report

b) A list of the educational options available to children who reside in the School District of Wabeno Area

c) Notify all families of students with disabilities of the Special Needs Voucher Program



All of the above information is available and can be accessed through the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction publication website using the following links:
Lieutenant Governor Visit!
Lieutenant Governor Visit!
On Wednesday, May 16th, the Lieutenant Governor of Wisconsin, Rebecca Kleefisch, visited Wabeno High School to see the Fab Lab.

Among many things, she was extremely impressed with how many students are involved with the Fab Lab and what we have been able to do in such a short period of time. Having gone to nearly every Fab Lab in the state of Wisconsin, she commented that ours was the only one where she saw so much student engagement and student projects being produced, especially given the fact that we have only had equipment up and running since January.

She was also extremely impressed that we were able to build this lab with a $300,000 referendum, when nearly every other school in the state needs at least twice that amount.

Thanks to all of the staff members that helped make this possible, and a big thanks to our students for making her visit such a great success. And thank you to the community for allowing this facility to happen!
High School Band
High School Band
Wabeno High School Band recently traveled to NYC to compete in one of Festivals of Music national competitions held on April 28.

Wabeno Band competed against groups from New York, Delaware and New Jersey. Bands are placed in the following categories for their performance: Superior, Excellent, Good, Fair, and Poor. Wabeno received a rating of Superior, 1st place among schools with an enrollment under 500 and Best Overall Band in the competition.