Past announcements are posted below for your reference:
Virtual Orientation Sessions
Did you miss a live session? Please click below to view the recordings, in red font.
A beautiful new computer, now what do I do with it? Click on the "Technology Help Desk" tab on the lefthand side of the screen and scroll down to the bottom of their page for step-by-step directions! Looking for the laptop password? Click on the student profile and the password is "student".
What does your child need for this school year? Click here to view our 2012-2013 School Supply List.
Click here to check out WVL's Student Achiever Awards through the Milwaukee Brewers! On the webpage, click "Ozaukee" and Wisconsin Virtual Learning is at the end of the list.Congrats, WVL students!
Rosetta Stone is now available! Please click here for more information.
If you are having trouble logging-in to Little Lincoln or Lincoln Interactive your new laptop, please make sure the date and time are set correctly on your computer in the lower right-hand corner. Strangely, this seems to be the problem!Please click here for directions!
Click to view the 2011-2012 School Year Calendar.
The middle school holds lunch room every Friday for kids to chat and play games. Last week the students created holiday pictures in Elluminate! View them by CLICKING HERE.
For the second year, WVL will be having a Christmas Card Exchange. All families are invited to sign up. Email your family mailing address to Julie Fraser at Fraser258@nosd.edu and once we have all the addresses we will email you a list to send out a Christmas card to each family. What a great way to share the Christmas spirit with families all over the state of Wisconsin! Teachers and Administration are also invited to participate in the Christmas Card Exchange.
** WVL is hosting TWO Halloween contests! Enter for a chance to win a $15 iTunes or Amazon gift card! The first contest- carve or paint WVL on a pumpkin and send us a picture! The second is a costume contest. To enter, you can post your pictures directly to our Facebook page or email them to email@example.com. To vote, simply "like" the picture of the best costume or pumpkin on Facebook. The pumpkin and costume with the most likes, wins the gift card! The contest closes Friday, November 4th at 4 p.m.
Week of October 17-
This week is Wisconsin College Week! Click here for events and more information.
Click here for a great deal on Rosetta Stone!Orders due by October 7th.
Attention Middle School Students:Would you like to try learning another language? Do you have an interest in Spanish? Then sign-up to take the 9 week Exploratory Spanish Middle School Elective Course! It begins on October 7th and Live Classes will be held on Fridays from 11:00am-Noon! Mrs. Gunderson, our Spanish Teacher, would love to introduce you to the exciting Hispanic Culture & the highly useful Spanish language! This course will introduce students to learning a language, reflect on students' own cultures and engage students in some basics of the Spanish language. Please contact your SLA regarding taking this course. Any questions about the course itself can be directed to Amanda Gunderson at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Click for an important MIDDLE SCHOOL UPDATE!
Did you miss the Middle School Overview Sessions?
Click for an important HIGH SCHOOL UPDATE!
We have a great opportunity for parents this week- Virtual Open House Meet and Greet Sessions! Please check for an email from the office for links to the classrooms below. Your Username and Password for the "Password Protected Sites" will also be coming out shortly!
• Elementary - Mrs. Peerenboom and Mrs. Swinehart, Calvert and K12 students -- Meet and Greet on Thursday, August 25th at 9am in Mrs. Peerenboom's Elluminate Class Did you miss it? Click HERE to view the recording.
Do you have additional questions? The Student Learning Advocate team is holding a Question & Answer session on Friday, August 26th, at 1 p.m. in Janel Mielke's Elluminate room! The link will be sent via email and is also listed under the "Password Protected" site on the left. Did you miss it? Click HEREto view the recording.
Middle School Language Arts: All students, whether virtual or independent for language arts, will be required to attend the Literature Circles class on Friday mornings. Since there is no novel reading built into the middle school language arts online curriculum, the middle school language arts teachers are making this a mandatory part of the course. Please plan on attending the Literature Circles class on Friday mornings.