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Winter Coaches Survey

We are asking all winter athletes to take the survey on the coach that they worked with most this winter season. Athletes may take the survey on more than one coach. Contact the athletic office if you have any questions.

Waukesha Turf Field

Waukesha South Turf Field

Thank You, Booster Clubs

Waukesha North, South, and West Booster Clubs have each donated $25,000 each towards the Turf Project over the next five years.  This has helped us reduced the money needed for the project to $75,000.

All Three High Schools Are Only $75,000 Short Of Our Goal

We need the $75,00 by May 1, 2014.  Can you help us.

The Fields of Many Dreams (FOMD) project, a joint effort between Waukesha North, Waukesha South, and Waukesha West High Schools to install synthetic turf within all three stadiums received a significant boost this week.  SC Waukesha has agreed to donate $500,000 over the next 10 years.  The three high schools are $75,000 short of our goal for fields  To learn more about and support the FOMD initiative, please contact the appropriate person listed below.

 

Glen Norder - SDW Director of Faciltiies - (262) 970-4311gnorder@waukesha.k12.wi.us

Brian Schlei - Waukesha North Athletic Director - (262) 970-3512bschlei@waukesha.k12.wi.us

Dan Domach - Waukesha South Athletic Director - (262) 970-3712ddomach@waukesha.k12.wi.us

Kyle LeMieux - Waukesha West Athletic Director - (262) 970-3911klemieux@waukesha.k12.wi.us,www.waukeshawestathletics.com

How Can You Help?

Take a look at the information below regarding the Advertising Panels and the Brick Project for the Field of Many Dreams.  Thank you for whatever you can do to get us to our $75,000 goal.


What's New in the Weight Room


What's New in the Weight Room


What's New in the Weight Room


New Football Record Board

Congratulations to Swim Program

Congratulations to the Swim Team for their 8th place finish at the State Swim meet this past weekend.

National Record for Girls Swim. Fastest Time in the Country.

Congratulations to the Waukesha South 400 yd. Freestyle relay team of Abby Jagdfeld, Molly Manchon, Kaersten Meitz, and Kierston Farley-Sepe that competed at the WIAA State Meet.  The team broke the National Public High School record with a time of 3:22.50. The previous record was 3:22.85 set in 2011 by Hershey HS in Pennsylvania.  The relay time marks the fastest time ever done in the history of public high school swimming.

Girls Swim Three Time State Champion

Congratulations to the girls swim team for the Third State Championship in three years.  They swam at state on Saturday, November 16.  Once again they beat Arrowhead for the Championship 337 to 333.  Congratulations to the girls and Coach Blaine Carlson.

Don't forget your "White Card" for Spring Sports

Start thinking about getting the paperwork for your White Card for Spring Sports.  Even if you played a Fall / Winter Sport you will need to get a White Card for the Spring Sports.  Contact the athletic office if you have any questions.  You can reach the athletic office at 970-3719.

Waukesha South Athletics

A quality education is the foundation for a lifetime of richness and fulfillment that prepares individuals for living, not just earning a living. Students at South are a part of an educational tradition which began in the middle of the 1800s. Known as "Harvard on the Hill," the present-day South High School was the original high school in Waukesha County and has strong academic tradition which is coupled with a history of success in athletics and activities. Blackshirts strive daily to live out the school's mission of Learning, Growing, and Succeeding - Every Person, Every Day by working to their fullest potential in all that they do! 


State Bound for Tennis - Brooke Elder, Rachel Muelrath, and Kassie Alexander

Anti Bullying Week

The Freshman Mentor and S.A.D.D. students at Waukesha South High  held an Anit-bully focus week to develop awareness and build prevention of bullying in our schools and community. The week consisted of daily activities for each teacher to do within their classrooms to discuss and address the precedent issues based around bullying; displays focusing a different theme each day. (Monday "In the Shadows", Tuesday "Effects of Bullying", Wednesday "Everlasting Scars", Thursday "Walking in Their Shoes" and Friday"The Pledge") The week was tied together with a school-wide assembly on Friday. The assembly used student speakers to present touching stories of victims of bullying, messages and prevention reminders from our social worker and principal. 

 
Responses received after the assembly:
 
"Give the school a foundation of respect to build upon!"  Erik Loose
"It was awesome! OUr kids were great, the speakers were outstanding, the students in the front were powerful"  - Rich Mertes
"I  know you touched a lot of hearts this week." - Dan Domach
"the assembly showed how 1 thing, 1 word  can result in 1 horrific thing" -Student (C. Rivera)
"It was very touching and informative about those who have lost their lives due to bullying. I think South learned alot and heard the voices of those who didn't have one" - student (senior, One of the speakers, Alex Rivera)
"I think it was a nice life lesson and very touching because it taught the lesson to never bully but to also be a voice to stick up for others you don't even know. The touching part is it makes you realize what these kids had to go through and few did anything to stop it. We have the power and we should be able to stop this" _ student (S. Vigo)
Homecoming 2013

Homecoming 2013

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Home Events for This Week

Tuesday, April 8

Softball vs CMH  4:30

Soccer vs West  4:30/6:30

 

Tuesday, April 22

Softball vs Tosa East  4:30

Tennis vs Indian Trail  4:00

 

 

Blackshirt Summer Fitness Program 2014

  • Monday, June 23 through, July 29
  • No classes on Wednesday
  • Sessions
  • 7 am - 9 am
  • 9 am - 11 am
  • 11 am - 1 pm
  • 3 pm - 5 pm

Cost-$10

Sign up in the Athletic and Activitiy Office by Friday, May 30

    Spring Sport Start Dates

    Monday, March 10

    Boys and Girls Track

    Monday, March 17

    Softball

    Monday, March 24

    Girls Soccer

    Monday, March 31

    Boys Golf

    Boys Tennis

    Thursday, May 15

    Baseball

    Dan Domach

    Assistant Principal / Athletic Director

    Phone: 262-970-3712

    Jodi Miller

    Athletic Director Secretary

    Phone: 262-970-3719