Home of the lakers
405 Bissell Street, White Lake, WI 54491
Homecoming activities have been postponed, they will not be taking place next week, 11/9-11/13.
November 6 Update:
Due to a new positive case of COVID-19 within our Elcho-White Lake football team, the remainder of the football season has been canceled. Both districts have identified and notified those students and/or staff that need to quarantine. Unfortunately, there will not be enough players to continue with our last two scheduled games and the WIAA season will be ending. We are saddened by the news for our Wolverines and would like to congratulate all of the seniors in the program for their hard work and dedication to the team over the years.
UPDATE: October 8, 2020
In the spirit of open communication with our community and school, we will be launching a "COVID-19 Dashboard" similar to some other districts in our state. We will report total numbers of reported positive cases in our elementary school and our middle/high school. It will be further broken down to indicate number of individuals who are quarantined.
Our first release of this dashboard will be Friday, October 9th. We appreciate any feedback on the usefulness of this information. We want to make sure it is easy to understand.
From the Foundation on Rural Housing -
Reimbursement on Educational Expenses and Internet Assistance
The Foundation for Rural Housing is a nonprofit that helps to prevent homelessness. They have a program right now that is for reimbursement of supplement educational expenses. This program is designed to prevent, prepare, and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Qualified applicants can receive reimbursement up to $300 for supplemental educational expenses. You must provide them with receipts of the expenses. To qualify for this program you must be at or below 150% of FPL. Typically, if your child qualifies for the free lunch program you will qualify for our program. Examples of qualified expenses are masks, hand sanitizer, internet charges, electronic devices, paper, printer ink, printer and school supplies/clothes if you indicate you have other out-of-pocket expenses that have made it more difficult to purchase school related items.
In addition, this organization has a program called HomeNet. If you need internet at home and cannot afford the services for your middle/high school students, please give them a call at (608) 238-3448 or email email@example.com. You can find all of their assistance program information at https://www.wisconsinruralhousing.org/.
COVID-19 Health Screening Checklist for CHILDREN
Please check back frequently as information changes often.
The 2021-2025 Operating Referendum was approved.
Thank you for your support!
Wifi access is available outside our school building in the parking lots. You can connect to WLS Public to gain access.
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