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Athletics and Activities Wayzata High School 2015-2016

4955 Peony Lane • Plymouth • MN • 55446-1600 • 763 - 745 - 6600


Contents Letter from the Principal and Activities/Athletic Director......................................................................................................3 Athletic Registration Information.........................................................................................................................................4 Activities Registration Information.......................................................................................................................................5 Activities Summary Information...........................................................................................................................................6 Activities & Clubs

3-2-1 Competition, Amnesty International, Art Club, BPA, Chinese Club...............................................................7 Clay Target, Club Y.E.S., Creative Writing Club, Dance Team - Showstoppers.....................................................8 DECA, Drama Club, Empty Bowls Service Club, French Club...............................................................................9 Future Problem Solving, German Club, German Exchange, International Club..................................................10 JSA, Language Study & Travel, Link Crew, Math Team.......................................................................................11

Mock Trial, National Honor Society, NewsBreak, Quiz Bowl................................................................................12 Robotics, Science Bowl, Science Olympiad.........................................................................................................13 Skills USA, Spanish Club, Student Council, Student Television Network.............................................................14 Supermileage Team, Trojan Leadership Council, Trojan Tribune, Yearbook........................................................15

Athletics - Competitive

Adapted Athletics..................................................................................................................................................15 Alpine Skiing, Baseball, Basketball......................................................................................................................16 Cross Country Running, Dance Team - Trojets, Football.....................................................................................17 Golf, Gymnastics, Hockey - boys.........................................................................................................................18 Hockey - girls, Lacrosse, Nordic Skiing................................................................................................................19 Soccer, Softball, Swimming and Diving - boys.....................................................................................................20 Swimming and Diving - girls, Synchronized Swimming, Tennis...........................................................................21 Track and Field, Volleyball, Wrestling...................................................................................................................22

Athletics - Intramurals

Badminton, Basketball, Golf, Table Tennis...........................................................................................................23

Athletics - Support

Cheer Team..........................................................................................................................................................24

Fine Arts - Drama

Fall Musical, Competition One-Act Play, Senior Spotlight - student directed.......................................................24 Black Box Plays, Spring Musical..........................................................................................................................25

Fine Arts - Music

Band, Choir - Bel Canto........................................................................................................................................25 Choir - Cantori, Choir - Chamber Singers, Choir - Concert, Choir - Madrigals.....................................................26 Choir - Ninth Grade Men’s, Choir - Ninth Grade Treble, Choir - Varsity Men’s, Choir - Vive Voce, Orchestra.....27

Fine Arts - Speech

Debate, Speech....................................................................................................................................................28


Athletics and Activities Wayzata High School

Wayzata High School offers a variety of extra and co-curricular activities designed to meet the interests of the students. The extra and co-curricular student activity program is an opportunity and a privilege afforded students in the Wayzata School District. A function of the extra and co-curricular program is to promote lifelong personal growth and development. Student participation in the extra and co-curricular program can encourage individual development by providing opportunities for leadership, sportsmanship, fellowship, teamwork, commitment to goal achievement, character building, communication skills, competition and school pride. Through their involvement in the program students are expected to improve their decision making processes, develop self discipline and self esteem, respect individual differences, and promote a healthy attitude toward addressing challenges. Opportunities for activities include a wide variety of alternatives offered on an ongoing basis and additional activities which become available throughout the school year. Many groups are open to all interested students; others have tryouts or special requirements. Information about the activities is included on NewsBreak. The Wayzata Trojans compete in the Lake Conference. The athletic teams, debate, speech, one act-play, visual arts and music are registered with the Minnesota State High School League. Students are encouraged to become active in a variety of activities while attending Wayzata High School. For further information regarding the athletic and activity program contact: Scott Gengler, Principal Jaime Sherwood, Athletics and Activities Director Prior to athletic and/or intramural practices students must have on file in the high school activities office: Step 1: Current Sports Qualifying Physical Examination (cutoff date for 2015-2016 is 6/15/13) - must be on file in Activities Office Step 2: Wayzata High School Athletics/Intramurals Eligibility form - must be turned in once per school year Step 3: Fee Payment Participants in Wayzata High School activities must hand the following in to their Advisor: Step 1: Wayzata High School Fine Arts & Activities Eligibility form - must be turned in once per school year Step 2: Fee payment - when applicable Wayzata High School Eligibility Information In addition to the Minnesota State High School League rules, the Wayzata School District regulations are: 1. Law enforcement agency citations of substance violations under the Minnesota State Statue 121A.28 will be investigated and enforced as violations under the MSHSL Bylaw 205.00. 2. Wayzata School District 284 has extended the MSHSL Bylaw 209.00 “Sexual Harassment/Violence� to be in effect and enforced during the entire calendar year. This extends the rule to include June, July, and August, as well as the school year. 3. For a second violation, the student is ineligible for one calendar year for elected or appointed interscholastic and enrichment positions and all school-sponsored athletic and activity awards and honors(i.e. lettering, captain, MVP, etc.). Awards, honors, and scholarships not awarded, determined, nor controlled by School District 284 policies are exempt. 3


2015-2016 Wayzata High School Athletic Registration Information All participants in athletic programs at Wayzata High School must be fully registered prior to the athlete’s first practice/tryout. The Activities/Athletic Department will temporarily be located to Central Middle School June 15-August 3. Athletic Registration hours will be Monday - Wednesday 7:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. Due to construction, we strongly recommend registering online. Note: Student-Athletes may participate in only one athletic program per season. This also includes Showstoppers (Fall) and Clay Target (Spring). A student-athlete who has transferred to WHS during their high school career, is moving into the school district, or is a foreign exchange student should register in person accompanied by a parent/guardian. You must complete the following steps to be cleared for participation: Step 1: Submit a current Sports Qualifying Physical Examination dated after 6/15/2013. Form must be signed and dated by a physician. Well-child physicals will not be accepted. Form must clear student for Athletic participation. Sports Qualifying Physical Exam can be faxed to 763-745-6625 or dropped off at Central Middle School (for summer 2015 only). Step 2: Submit the 2015-2016 Minnesota State High School League/Wayzata High School Athletic and Activities Eligibility Form. This form must be turned in each school year. Submit form at www.wayzataschoolspayonline.com. Paper copies will be available mid-June at Central Middle School or online. Step 3: Fee Payment. Submit payment at www.wayzataschoolspayonline.com. If you are paying in person, you must pay with check or cash. If all 3 steps are not completed, your student will not be allowed to participate, tryout, and/or receive any equipment. Please complete steps in order. Sport

Grades

Registration Dates July 7 - Aug. 5 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 12 July 7 - Aug. 26

Season Begins

August 10 August 17 August 17 August 17 August 17 August 17 August 17 August 17 TRYOUTS SPRING 2015 August 31

Fees

Coach & Phone Number

Dance Team - Competitive Girls’ Hockey Boys’ and Girls’ Alpine Skiing Boys’ Basketball Girls’ Gymnastics Boys’ Hockey Boys’ and Girls’ Nordic Skiing Boys’ & Girls’ Adapted Hockey Girls’ Basketball Wrestling Cheerleading Boys’ Swim & Dive

9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 7-12 9-12 7-12 7-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 7-12

October 5 - 14 October 5 - 21 Oct. 5 – Nov. 4 Oct. 5 – Nov. 4 Oct. 5 – Nov. 4 Oct. 5 – Nov. 4 Oct. 5 – Nov. 4 Oct. 5 – Nov. 11 Oct. 5 – Nov. 11 Oct. 5 – Nov. 11 Oct. 5 – Nov. 11 Oct. 5 – Nov. 24

October 19 October 26 November 9 November 9 November 9 November 9 November 9 November 16 November 16 November 16 TRYOUTS FALL 2015 November 30

$210 $210 $485 $220 $185 $210 $165 $115 $220 $185 $155 $165

Alyse Iorio, alyse.iorio@wayzata.k12.mn.us Becky Wacker, (612) 839-7397 Mike Dzubay, (763) 475-1177 Bryan Schnettler, (763) 745-6842 Carly Holden, carly_jackson@live.com Pat O’Leary, (651) 334-5339 Larry Myers, (763) 553-1486 Nancy Icopini, (763) 745-6743 Mike Schumacher, (763) 745-6830 Eric Swensen, (763) 745-6994 Michelle Chase, michellechase9@yahoo.com David Plummer, plumm006@gmail.com

Girls’ Synchronized Swim Boys’ & Girls’ Adapted Bowling Boys’ & Girls’ Adapted Softball Girls’ Softball Boys’ Track & Field Girls’ Track & Field Baseball Boys’ Golf Girls’ Golf Boys’ Tennis Boys’ Lacrosse Girls’ Lacrosse

7-12 7-12 7-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 9-12

Feb. 16 – March 2 Feb. 16 – March 2 Feb. 16 – March 2 Feb. 16 – Mar. 9 Feb. 16 – Mar. 9 Feb. 16 – Mar. 9 Feb. 16 – Mar. 16 Feb. 16 – Mar. 16 Feb. 16 – Mar. 16 Feb. 16 – Mar. 23 Feb. 16 – Mar. 30 Feb. 16 – Mar. 30

March 7 March 7 March 7 March 14 March 14 March 14 March 21 March 21 March 21 March 28 April 4 April 4

$165 $115 $110 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $160 $135 $150 $150

Signe Hensel, (763) 476-9649 Nancy Icopini, (763) 745-6743 Nancy Icopini, (763) 745-6743 Amber Hegland, (763) 745-6741 Aaron Berndt, (763) 745-6959 Lori Cade, (763) 745-6978 Bobby DeWitt, (763) 745-6124 Allan Christopherson, (763) 745-6906 Mike Schumacher, (763) 745-6830 Jeff Prondzinski, (763) 745-6999 Chad Herr, (612) 578-0595 Lindsey Eichenlaub, lindseyeichenlaub@gmail.com

Football Boys’ Cross Country Girls’ Cross Country Boys’ Soccer Girls’ Soccer Girls’ Swim & Dive Girls’ Tennis Girls’ Volleyball Cheerleading Boys’ & Girls’ Adapted Soccer

Intramurals (Gr. 9-12) Golf - Session 1 Badminton – Session 1 Table Tennis Basketball Golf - Session 2 Table Tennis Badminton – Session 2

9-12 7-12 7-12 9-12 9-12 7-12 9-12 9-12 9-12 7-12

#of Weeks/Sessions 5/5 8/5 8/5 13/TBD 5/5 5/5 5/5

Day(s) of Week

Mondays (4), Wednesday (9/30) Varies Varies Varies Monday Tuesday Wednesday

$185 $150 $150 $150 $150 $165 $135 $160 $155 $100

Registration Dates Aug. 24 – Sept. 18 Aug. 24 – Sept. 18 Aug. 24 – Sept. 18 Nov. 16 – Dec. 4 April 11 - 22 April 11 - 22 April 11 - 22

Brad Anderson, (763) 745-6125 Mark Popp, (763) 745-6889 Dave Emmans, (952) 934-0558 Dominic Duenas, (612) 964-4767 Tony Peszneker, (612) 720-5748 Elizabeth Hansen, (763) 745-6959 Marci Weiner (612) 961-3842 Scott Jackson (763) 639-0322 Michelle Chase, michellechase9@yahoo.com Nancy Icopini, (763) 745-6743

Season

Sept. 21 - Oct. 12 Sept. 21 – Nov. 11 Sept. 21 – Nov. 11 Dec. 9 – Mar. 4 April 25 - May 23 April 26 - May 24 April 27 - May 25

Athletic Dept. Phone Number: 763.745.6620 • Athletic Dept. Fax Number: 763.745.6625 4

Fee $80 $25 $25 $35 $80 $25 $25


2015-2016 Wayzata High School Clubs, Activities, and Fine Arts Information All participants in extra-curricular programs at Wayzata High School must be fully registered. You can register online at www.wayzataschoolspayonline.com beginning Tuesday, September 8. You must complete the following steps to be cleared for participation:

Activities in BOLD need to follow athletic guidelines for registration.

Please visit www.wayzataschoolspayonline.com Online registration will begin Tuesday, September 8. • Step 1: Submit the 2015-2016 Minnesota State High School League/Wayzata High School Athletic and Activities Eligibility Form. This form must be turned in each school year. Submit form at www.wayzataschoolspayonline.com. Paper copies will be available mid-June at Central Middle School or online. • Step 2: Fee payment, if applicable (see below). Activities with * have additional required fees. Please note: • If you are participating in a sport and an activity, you only need to turn in one eligibility form per school year. • Fees are charged for EACH activity. One fee does not cover all activities. • The fee listed below is the participation fee. Activities with * have additional required fees. • Processing fees will be charged for requests for refund or mistaken registrations. Clubs & Activities 3-2-1 Competition................................... No Fee Amnesty International............................. $55 Art Club................................................... $55 Business Professionals of America.......... $55* Chinese Club............................................ $55* Clay Target............................................... $55* Club Y.E.S................................................. No Fee Creative Writing Club.............................. $55 Dance Team - Fall/Showstoppers........... $95 DECA........................................................ $55* Drama Club.............................................. $55 French Club............................................. $55* Future Problem Solving........................... $55 German Club........................................... $55* German Exchange.................................... No Fee International Club.................................... No Fee JSA........................................................... $55* Language Study & Travel Program........... No Fee Link Crew................................................. No Fee Math Team.............................................. $55 Mock Trial................................................ $55 National Honor Society........................... No Fee NewsBreak.............................................. No Fee Quiz Bowl................................................ $55* Robotics................................................... $55* Science Bowl............................................ $55 Science Olympiad.................................... $55 Skills USA................................................. $55* Spanish Club............................................ $55* Student Council....................................... No Fee Student Television Network.................... No Fee Super Mileage Team................................ $55* Trojan Leadership Council....................... No Fee Trojan Tribune......................................... No Fee Yearbook.................................................. No Fee

Band Concert Band........................................... No Fee Jazz Ensemble.......................................... $55 Marching Band........................................ No Fee Pep Band................................................. No Fee Percussion Ensemble............................... $55 Symphonic Band...................................... No Fee Wind Ensemble....................................... No Fee Choir Bel Canto Choir........................................ No Fee Cantori Choir........................................... No Fee Chamber Singers..................................... $55 Concert Choir.......................................... No Fee Madrigals................................................. $55 Ninth Grade Men’s Choir......................... No Fee Ninth Grade Treble Choir......................... No Fee Varsity Men’s Choir.................................. No Fee Vive Voce................................................. $55 Drama Black Box Plays........................................ $95 Fall Musical.............................................. $135 Competition One-Act Play....................... $95 Senior Spotlight - Student Directed......... $60 Spring Musical......................................... $105 Orchestra Chamber Orchestra................................. No Fee Ninth Grade Orchestra............................ No Fee String Orchestra....................................... No Fee Speech Debate..................................................... $155 Speech..................................................... $105

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2015-2016 Activities Information Opportunities for activities include a wide variety of alternatives offered on an ongoing basis. Many groups are open to all interested students, others have tryouts or special requirements. Students are encouraged to become involved while attending Wayzata High School. Following is a list of activities available: 3-2-1 Competition: Team competes internationally with other high school students on 200 curriculum-based questions.

JSA: Discussion of current events and promotion of civic participation. Language Study & Travel Program: An opportunity to travel to France, Germany, China, or Spain as well as a chance to host a student who comes to Wayzata.

Amnesty International: Promote and engage students in conversations about global human rights issues. Art Club: Creative time to work on individual or group art related projects.

Link Crew: A freshmen and new student mentor program to assist students in their transition to Wayzata High School.

Band: Jazz Ensemble, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Pep Band, Marching Band, Symphonic Band, Percussion Ensemble.

Math Team: Competitive mathematical problem-solving at the local, national, and international level.

BPA, Business Professionals of America: Students build leadership capacity by designing projects, participating in simulations/activities and competing in the Workplace Skills Assessment Program.

Mock Trial: Competition in trial preparation and presentation. Musicals/Plays - Black Box Plays, Fall Musical, Competition One-Act Play, Senior Spotlight - Student Directed, Spring Musical.

Clay Target: Members of the clay target team will practice and compete in in the sports of trap and/or skeet shooting.

National Honor Society: A national organization recognizing students for academic achievement, character, service, and leadership.

Chinese Club: Promote and encourage students to learn more about the culture and language.

NewsBreak: Produce NewsBreak, a morning television broadcast.

Choir: Bel Canto Choir, Cantori Choir, Chamber Singers, Concert Choir, Madrigals, Ninth Grade Men’s Choir, Ninth Grade Treble Choir, Varsity Men’s Choir, & Vive Voce.

Orchestra: Chamber Orchestra 10-12, Ninth Grade Orchestra, & String Orchestra 10-12.

Club Y.E.S. - Youth Extending Services: Study Buddies, Interfaith Outreach, Carnivals and Family Fun Nights, MATTER, City of Plymouth, Adopt A Highway and much more.

Quiz Bowl: Interschool academic quiz competition. Robotics: Students research, design, fabricate, and test a robot for competition.

Creative Writing Club: Create and revise original poetry and prose. Publish the school literary magazine, The Voice.

Science Bowl: Students are quizzed in the categories of biology, chemistry, physics, astronomy, earth science, general science, and mathematics.

Dance Team, Showstoppers: Perform at regular season home football games, 1-2 soccer game half times, homecoming parade and homecoming assembly.

Science Olympiad: An inter-school competition featuring science events in technology and all science disciplines.

Debate: Students prepare to debate an annual topic and participate in interscholastic competitions both in Minnesota and throughout the country.

Skills USA: Organization promoting technical skills and service occupations.

DECA: An international marketing, management, entrepreneuer organization that provides professional growth opportunities and experiences for students interested in the world of marketing and business.

Spanish Club: Promote and encourage students to learn more about the culture and language. Speech: Students participate in one or more of thirteen public speaking or dramatic events at interscholastic tournaments.

Drama Club: An organization for students who wish to learn and participate in all aspects of theatre arts.

Student Council: The student liaison between the student body and the administration and school board.

Empty Bowls Service Club: A year-long service club that creates bowls and platters that are then sold to the public for charity.

Student Television Network: Videotape school events. Events include music and drama events, political debates, science seminars, sports events and much more.

French Club: Activity for students who are interested in the language and francophone cultures. Future Problem Solving: A six step writing process solving future problems facing society.

Supermileage Team: Student activity with goal to design, construct, and race vehicle powered by 2.4 HP gas motor or electric motor and achieve highest fuel economy possible.

German Club: Promote and encourage students to learn more about the culture and language.

Trojan Leadership Council: A chemically-free leadership organization.

German Exchange: Hosting a German exchange student and/or going to Germany with the Exchange. International Club: International Student Exchange and hosting opportunities.

Trojan Tribune: Produce the Trojan Tribune, the school newspaper. Yearbook: Plan, coordinate, and publish the Wayako yearbook using desktop and digital technology.

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ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS Name of Activity: 3-2-1 Competition Advisor: Sue Iverson, sue.iverson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: 3-2-1 replaces KMO. 3-2-1 is a similar team competition, but has a different style of questioning. Where to go for more information: Vision 21 Office; B207. Length of season: First season is October thru December. Second season is February to April. Practice times: Wednesday’s during lunch periods. Practice site: TBD. Competitions: Two competitions per school year. One in early winter and the other in late spring. Eligibility requirements: Open to any student interested in meeting with the teams during one lunch period per week. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Awards criteria & type of awards: 3-2-1 results at the national and state level are distributed after each competition. Name of Activity: Amnesty International Advisor: Steven Porter, steven.porter@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Amnesty International works to promote and engage students in conversations about global human rights issues. Eligibility requirements: Students in grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 15-20. Costs: Participation fee to the WHS Activities Office. Student leadership: A leader is selected by consensus of the members. Name of Activity: Art Club Advisor: Dawn Duwenhoegger, dawn.duwenhoegger@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Creative time to work on individual or group art related projects. Where to go for more information: Art Department faculty. Length of season: During the school year. Meeting times: Two times per month. Meeting site: D210. Eligibility requirements: Interest in art. Students in grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Name of Activity: Business Professionals of America Advisors: Candy Lee, Tyler Shepard & Tika Kude, candy.lee@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: A Career and Technical Student Organization promoting leadership through business administration; finance; management information systems; digital communication and design; and management, marketing and communications. Students build leadership capacity by designing projects, participating in simulations/activities and competing in the Workplace Skills Assessment Program. Through this experience, students will prepare to enter the world-class workforce through the advancement of leadership, citizenship, academic, and technological skills. Where to go for more information: Business teachers. Visit http://whsbpa.com for more information. Length of season: All year. Meeting time: Before or after school. Meeting site: C102 & C105. Competitions: Fall Leadership University in October. Regions - January, State - March, Nationals - April/May. Eligibility requirements: Open to all interested students enrolled in a business class and who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50. Costs: Participation fee of $90 ($55/$35) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Awards criteria & type of awards: Competition awards. Lettering requirements will be determined by advisor. Student leadership: Officers selected by BPA members. Name of Activity: Chinese Club Advisor: Sheen Heng Zhang, sheen.heng.zhang@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: After school activities to promote and encourage students to learn about the culture and the language. Where to go for more information: Ms. Heng in room A318. Length of season: All year. Meeting times: 2:30-3:15 p.m. twice a month. Meeting site: A318. Eligibility requirements: Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Participation fee of $70 ($55/$15) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Student leadership: Officers are elected. 7


Name of Activity: Clay Target Advisor: Scott Tordeur, scott.tordeur@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Members of the clay target team will practice and compete in in the sports of trap and/or skeet shooting. Where to go for more information: Room D215. Length of season: 10 weeks. The date for 2016 season will be determined in early December 2015. Typically, our season starts the first week in April. Meeting times: To be determined. Currently, Tuesday at Plymouth Gun club for Skeet Shooting, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 3-5:30 p.m. at Park Gun Club for trap shooting. Invite shoots on various Saturdays and Sundays. Eligibility requirements: Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. State firearm safety is needed. Costs and/or needed equipment: Cost for the 2015 season was $460 for shells and target for the regular season of trap and an additional $160 for participation in skeet. State competition is an additional cost. Students will need their own firearm and transportation. Awards criteria & type of awards: Please see Wayzata Athletic website for lettering information. Student Leadership: Each squad of 5 will have a squad leader and the team as a whole will have a team captain. Additional Notes: Clay Target is considered a Spring sport. Students can only be in one sport per season. Name of Activity: Club Y.E.S. - Youth Extending Services Advisor: Brenda Badger, brenda.badger@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Wide range of exciting opportunities for volunteer service: Study Buddies, Interfaith Outreach, Carnivals and Family Fun Nights, MATTER, City of Plymouth, Adopt A Highway and much more. Where to go for more information: B202 (across from the Counseling Office). Meeting time: The second Wednesday of each month. Eligibility requirements: Open to all students, grades 9-12, who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 600 members. Awards criteria & type of awards: Outstanding Volunteer Award, Volunteer of the Month Award, President’s Volunteer Service Award. Student leadership: Club Y.E.S. is governed by a Student Advisory Board. Name of Activity: Creative Writing Club Advisor: Colleen Tolle Regnier, colleen.regnier@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Students create and revise original poetry and prose. CWC also publishes student writing in the Fine Arts Magazine The Voice. Where to go for more information: C316 or Communications Department faculty. Length of season: School year. Meeting times: Every Thursday in C316 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Meeting site: C316. Eligibility requirements: WHS Students in Grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements and who have an interest in creative writing. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Student leadership: Art, Poetry, and Prose Editors of The Voice. Name of Activity: Dance Team, Fall Performance Season “Showstoppers” Head coach: Meghan Hutton, showstopperscoaches@gmail.com Description of activity: Fall performance team. Length of season: 10 Weeks. Practice times: Varies. Practice site: WHS. Performances: Perform at regular season home football games, 1-2 soccer game half times, homecoming parade and homecoming assembly. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Must be enrolled in grades 9-12 at WHS. Costs: Participation fee to the WHS Activities Office. Average number of members: 60. Additional Notes: Tryouts in the spring.

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Name of Activity: DECA Advisors: Paul Kimbler, paul.kimbler@wayzata.k12.mn.us & Michelle Jacklitch, michelle.jacklitch@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: An international marketing, management, entrepreneuer organization that develops emerging leaders and provides real-world experiences for students in the areas of marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Where to go for more information: Call 763-745-6992 or 763-745-6803. Length of season: School year (September - May). Meeting times: Officer meetings are before school and membership meetings are typically once a month on Wednesday evenings or Thursday mornings. We also have additional meetings as needed before competitions. Meeting sites: Forum Rooms, A110, C105 or Culinary Express. Competitions: District - January (Wayzata High School), State - March (Minneapolis), and Internationals - April/May (locations vary - 2015 Nashville). Eligibility requirements: Enrollment in a business department class for the year of participation. Meet the Wayzata School District ExtraCurricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 120. Costs: Participation fee to cover WHS Activities Office, State, & National dues. Conferences are an additional cost. Student leadership: Officer team selected by current members and advisors. Additional Information: DECA develops emerging leaders and entrepreneurs for careers in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high schools and colleges around the globe. Local chapters are affiliated with state and national organizations. Wayzata DECA helps students develop their presentation, analysis and soft skills to better prepare them for the real world. Name of Activity: Drama Club Advisor: Cindy Beherns, cindy.beherns@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: An organization for students who wish to learn and participate in all aspects of theatre arts. Anyone involved in Drama is strongly encouraged to be a member. Where to go for more information: D207. Meeting times: Meeting times will be announced at the meeting the 1st week of school. Performances: The Coffeehouse is an art performance showcase which is hosted by the Drama Club two times per year. The Improv Troupe falls under Drama Club and auditions take place in early fall. Students must try out to make the Improv Troupe. The Annual Drama Club Banquet takes place in May. Eligibility requirements: Drama Club is open to all interested students who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 150 Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Student leadership: Officers are selected by the members Name of Activity: Empty Bowls Service Club Advisor: Art Department Staff Description of activity: Empty Bowls is a year-long service club that convenes multiple times a week to create bowls and platters of which are then sold to the public. Both the bowls and the platters are sold at Wayzata High School-hosted charity events including Empty Bowls and Platters That Matter. The proceeds of these two events are given back to the community through Interfaith Outreach and Community Partners. Where to go for more information: D203. Length of season: School year. Meeting time: Tuesdays and Thursdays after school. Events: Platters that Matter in March, Alumni Even in March, and Empty Bowls in May. Eligibility requirements: Open to all students, grades 9-12, who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Enrolled or completion of Pottery 1 with a C or higher. Average number of members: 30 members per term. Student leadership: Multiple student representatives are chosen and delegeated tasks of which contribute to the effort of planning both Empty Bowls and Platters that Matter events. Name of Activity: French Club Advisors: Christine Magallanes; christine.magallanes@wayzata.k12.mn.us, Carrie Berg; carrie.berg@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Activity for students who are interested in the language and francophone cultures. Where to go for more information: Christine Magallanes in room A415. Length of season: School year. Meeting times: Meet twice per month for one hour. Meeting site: A415. Eligibility requirements: Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. No previous French language courses needed to attend. Costs: Participation fee of $70 ($55/$15) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Student leadership: Officers are elected annually. 9


Name of Activity: Future Problem Solving Advisor: Jonathan Honza, jonathan.honza@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: State-wide competition involving problem solving of real issues facing today’s society. Where to go for more information: B207 - Vision 21 Office or A118. Length of season: September through April (unless advancing to Internationals). Practice times: About once a week from September to mid-April. Practice site: A118. Competitions: Write on three problems at a regional, state, and/or national tournament. Eligibility requirements: Students in grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: Four students per team. No limit to number of teams. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. A copy of the requirements is available in the Activities Office. Certificates of participation, ribbons, medals, and trophies. Name of Activity: German Club Advisor: Karen Nickel, karen.nickel@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Meetings include new vocabulary and a German game or learning activity. Monthly activities outside of club time are also planned. i.e. German cooking, sledding, Oktoberfest, World Language Clubs Summit. Where to go for more information: A416. Length of season: 1 hour twice a month and activities. Meeting times: Mondays after school, or as planned by new year’s group. Meeting site: A416. Eligibility requirements: You don’t have to be in German class. Interest in German language and culture. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Participation fee of $70 ($55/$15) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Student leadership: President, Vice President, Secretary of Defense, Scribe, International Ambassadors. Name of Activity: German Exchange (Wayzata Humboldt Exchange) Advisor: Karen Nickel, karen.nickel@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Hosting a German exchange student and/or going to Germany with the Exchange. Where to go for more information: A416. Length of season: Hosting for three weeks in March or April and/or going for three weeks in June or August. Meeting times: Fall, Winter, and Spring meetings. Meeting site: A416. Eligibility requirements: You don’t have to be in German class. Interest in German language and culture. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Hosting costs vary depending on which joint activities you choose to take part in, but there are no club fees. Travel costs for German trips vary, but are usually under $3000. for 3 weeks of travel with airfare, 2-3 meals a day, all transportation and tourist site visits including a weekend youth hostel stay. ​ Name of Activity: International Club Advisor: Karen Nickel, karen.nickel@wayzata.k12.mn.us; Kristin Lindahl, kristin.lindahl@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: The International Club is for all Exchange students and American students who want to be world citizens. American students will experience what it’s like to be an Exchange student and possibly Host students from many different countries and possibly become an Exchange student. Where to go for more information: Room C421. Length of season: All year. Meeting times: Recruiting for Americans Abroad - fall & winter. Recruiting for hosting - spring. Eligibility requirements: Open to students who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Application and interview. “B” average for year long stay. Open to all students for short term exchange and hosting. Costs: No cost for hosting or participating in chapter activities. $5,000-$7,000 for international programs with Local and National Scholarships and financial aid available. Average number of participants: 3-6 Americans Abroad and 3-6 inbound Foreign Students each year.

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Name of Activity: JSA Current Events Club Advisor: Kelsey Blum, kelsey.blum@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Discussion of current events and promotion of civic participation. Where to go for more information: Chapter President/Advisor. Length of season: All year. Meeting times: For the 2013-2014 school year, Wednesdays 2:30-3:45 p.m. Meeting site: C122 Competitions: No competitions, but Conventions at the State, Regional, and National levels. Eligibility requirements: Open to students in grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the Activities Office. Additional costs for those who participate in Conventions. Student Leadership: President; Director of Debate; Director of Finance. Name of Activity: Language Study and Travel Program Advisors: Chinese - Sheen Heng Zhang, French - Christine Magallanes, German - Karen Nickel, Spanish - Kristin Lindahl Description of activity: Chinese - Opportunities to travel to various destinations in China alternating between Spring Break and summer. French - Summer - Grand tour to several destinations in France every other year. Annual visit to Concordia Language Villages. German School Exchange/Family Stay with Humboldt Gymnasium in Dusseldorf, Germany. Hosting in March or April, travel in summer. Annual visit to Concordia Language Villages. Spanish - Opportunities to travel to Spain and Latin America during Spring Break and summer vacation. Where to go for more information: A416 - Karen Nickel; A410 - Kristin Lindahl; A415 - Christine Magallanes; A318 - Sheen Heng Zhang Eligibility requirements: Students who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Name of Activity: Link Crew Advisors: Mike Doyle, Billy Lahr, & Alyssa Warne michael.doyle@wayzata.k12.mn.us; billy.lahr@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Link leaders are trained to work with incoming freshman and new students through the orientation process and continue throughout the year through mentorship. Link Leaders are assigned approximately ten freshman that they will continue to see through organizing social events for freshmen. Where to go for more information: See advisors in the 3rd Floor Office. Length of season: All year. Meeting times: Summer overnight training for freshman orientation. Weekly meetings during the school year. Social events and academic follow up in advisory before/after school throughout the year. Eligibility requirements: Must be a Junior or Senior and will be selected by an application process in the Spring. Chemically free. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Miscelleous fee of $60. Name of Activity: Math Team Advisors: Bill Skerbitz, william.skerbitz@wayzata.k12.mn.us, Lee Barnett, lee.barnett@wayzata.k12.mn.us, Mick Cipra, michael.cipra@ wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Compete against other schools locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally in solving challenging problems in mathematics. Math Team is an excellent opportunity to study mathematics topics that are not always encountered in the classroom and to build one’s skills in mathematics and in general problem-solving. Where to go for more information: Room A113/A114. Length of season: October 15 - May 1. Practice times: Mondays (weekly) from 2:30-4PM; Some Tuesdays or Thursdays might also be required for competitions and extra practice sessions. Each season’s final schedule depends on calendars established by a number of different national organizations. Practice site: Room A113. Competitions: The official (and not optional) portion of the season entails 5 meets put on by the Minnesota State High School Mathematics League (MSHSML). In addition, some students will attend the MSHSML State Tournament in March. Other optional competitions include the American Mathematics Competitions (AMC), the American Mathematics Regional League (ARML) Power Contest (2 per season), Mandelbrot Competition (5 individual competitions and 3 team competitions), the “ARML Local” team event (1 per season), and the “Purple Comet” team event (1 per season). Some students who perform well in the MSHSML will be invited to be a part of the Minnesota ARML teams that compete in Iowa during the last weekend of May. Eligibility requirements: Students in grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: Letters awarded to any team members who’ve served as a “scoring team member” during the season and to any team members who are individually invited to the state tournament. The Minnesota State High School Mathematics League, along with other statewide and nationwide organizations, awards certificates and/or trophies to the top scoring individuals and teams for their performances in various competitions throughout the season. Student leadership: Experienced “mathletes” help train the novices on the team, arrange additional practice sessions if necessary, bring snacks to meets, and provide opportunities for social engagements during and after the season.

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Name of Activity: Mock Trial Advisor: Jonathan Honza, jonathan.honza@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Competition in trial preparation and presentation. Where to go for more information: A118. Length of season: October to March. Practice times: To be determined. Practice site: A118. Competitions: Saturday mornings to early afternoon and some evening scrimmages. Eligibility requirements: Students in grades 9-12 who meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Mentoring younger members and advanced roles as attorneys. Name of Activity: National Honor Society Advisors: Gretchen Minnick, gretchen.minnick@wayzata.k12.mn.us; Kristin Pfeffer, kristin.pfeffer@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: A national organization recognizing students for academic achievement, character, service, and leadership. The NHS is also affiliated with the Minnesota Association of Honor Societies. Where to go for more information: C405. Meeting site: Information regarding meetings is included in the daily announcements. Meetings are held in the mornings at least once a month. Additional meetings are scheduled on the basis of need. Eligibility requirements: Sophomores and juniors with a cumulative weighted GPA of 11.0 or higher are invited to complete a selection packet. Students must demonstrate sustained service, leadership, and character throughout their high school years. WHS faculty recommends students based on leadership and character exhibited in the classroom. Selection for membership is done by a faculty council after reviewing recommendations and selection packets. Students with documented legal infractions including chemical violations and honor code infractions are not considered for membership. Once selected, members must adhere to national standards as well as WHS requirements.Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: Membership varies each year. Student leadership: A four member executive board is selected by the members. Additional information: The NHS members assist with freshman/new student parent orientation. They coordinate Heart Week activities and blood drives. Members also do service projects in the school and/or community on a group and individual basis. Name of Activity: NewsBreak Advisor: David Motes, david.motes@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Produce NewsBreak, a morning television broadcast. Where to go for more information: Room C118. Length of season: All year. Eligibility requirements: Journalism I and selection to Journalism II class. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 35. Student leadership: Entirely student led. Collaborates with Television Production 2. Student leaders from Journalism 2: Coordinator, assistant coordinator, special video projects. Name of Activity: Quiz Bowl Advisor: Meaghan Decker, meaghan.decker@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Inter-school academic quiz competition. Where to go for more information: C213. Length of season: Year round. Practice times: Mondays and Thursdays 2:45-4:30 p.m. Practice site: C213. Competitions: One or two meets per month on Thursday evenings (4 total). Typically eight to ten Saturday tournaments per season. Eligibility requirements: Anyone who loves trivia and has quick recall is eligible. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Tryouts may occur if necessary. Average number of members: 45. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee of $85 ($55/$30) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Plus State and National dues. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Trophies or other awards available at matches. Student leadership: Four captains are selected by the coaches.

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Name of Activity: Robotics Advisor: Ken Pashina, ken.pashina@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Students research, design, fabricate, and test a robot that must meet the criteria established by the First Robotics competition. Where to go for more information: Ken Pashina, ETD. Length of season: Approximately six weeks to design, fabricate and test. The competition typically follows three weeks after the robot is shipped for storage before the competition. Meeting times: Monthly until build season. Typically after school and during weekends. Meeting site: High School ETD labs. Competitions: First Robotics Regional and possibly National competitions. Eligibility requirements: Meet the Wayzata School District and MSHSL Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee of $145 ($55/$90) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Students are responsible for transportation during the initial 6 weeks of designing, building, and testing. Name of Activity: Science Bowl Head coach: Amanda Laden, amanda.laden@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: A competitive event in which students are quizzed on multiple choice and short answer questions in the categories of Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Earth, Energy, and Math. Where to go for more information: A406. www.bowl.mnmas.org Length of season: Mid-September to the end of January; post-season nationals at end of April. Meeting times: At least once a week after school for 1-2 hours. Meeting site: A406. Competitions: Round-robin practice tournament(s) during the season; State Tournament at end of January; Nationals in early May. Eligibility requirements: Interest in science. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 15-20. One to three teams. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: Top 3 teams are recognized at the State competition; top team wins trip to Nationals. Student leadership: Each 4-5 person team has a captain. Name of Activity: Science Olympiad Head coach: Clarice Hagen, clarice.hagen@wayzata.k12.mn.us; Jack Fariss, jack.fariss@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: An inter-school competition featuring science events in technology and all science disciplines (earth, physical, biological, and chemical science). Where to go for more information: A306. Length of season: October through March. Meeting times: Once a week from early October through mid-March. Meeting site: C305. Competitions: Three to four Saturday competitions (invitationals, regional and state) monthly from December through March. Eligibility requirements: Tryouts may occur, if necessary. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 15-20 for each team. Wayzata typically fields three to four teams. Costs: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by the head coach. Certificates of participation and ribbons or medals from matches. Student leadership: Usually two captains are selected by the team & coaches.

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Name of Activity: SkillsUSA Advisor: Kyle Swenson, kyle.swenson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: SkillsUSA is a student professional organization that promotes technical skills, leadership, community service, personal development and training for future careers. Conferences include: Delegate and Leadership Conferences in the fall, State Conferences in the Spring, and the National Leadership and Skills Conference (for qualifiers) in June of each year. Where to go for more information: Engineering, Technology, and Design Department. Length of season: School year. Practice times: 1 day a week; Wednesday’s after school. Beginning in January - two days a week until competition is over. Practice site: D216. Competitions: State Skills Competition in March. National Leadership Conference in Kentucky - third week of June. Eligibility requirements: Open to any student enrolled in an Engineering, Technology, and Design class during the school year. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements, and maintain academic eligibility. Average number of members: 15 Costs: Participation fee of $80 ($55/$25) to cover WHS participation fee and and miscellaneous dues. Awards criteria & type of awards: Competition awards. Lettering requirements determined by advisors. Student leadership: Student Officers selected by participating WHS SkillsUSA Students. Name of Activity: Spanish Club Advisors: Monica Vlach, Allison Jakucki Description of activity: Language Club. Where to go for more information: A418. Length of season: School year. Meeting times: 2:30-3:30 p.m. two times a month. Meeting site: A418. Costs: Participation fee of $70 ($55/$15) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Eligibility requirements: Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Student leadership: Officers are elected annually. Name of Activity: Student Council Advisor: Sue Iverson, sue.iverson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: The student council acts as a liaison between the student body, the administration, and the school board. The student council is involved in the Hennepin Division of Student Councils, and the Minnesota Association of Student Councils. Where to go for more information: B207 Length of season: Students are elected by members of their grade level and serve for 1 school year. Meeting times: Meetings are held on alternate Tuesdays during the school day and rotate through the schedule. In addition, there are meetings every other Monday at 7 a.m. Meeting site: Forum Rooms. Eligibility requirements: There are two ways a student may become a member of the student council. To be an elected voting member, candidates must participate in the spring election and be voted in by members of their class. To be a non-voting, work-on member, interested students must pick up an application at the start of the school year, go through an interview process, and complete 15 hours of student council activities by the end of Homecoming Week. Transfer students who were active in student council in their previous school become members upon the recommendation of their former advisor. All student council members must adhere to legal statutes, school policies, and the WHS Student Council Constitution. Students must meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: The senior class has ten elected members, the junior class has eight elected members, the sophomore and freshmen class each have six elected members. In addition, the council may consist of work-on members. Student leadership: Once elected to the student council, members have the opportunity to act in a variety of leadership positions. Name of Activity: Student Television Network Advisor: Jean Zimmerman, jean.zimmerman@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Lights...Camera...ACTION! Videotape school events including sports with Project SCORE! and Grand Stadium/Prep 45, network with media professionals through guest speaker appearances and field trips, and produce video with your peers for competition and review by the National-level Student Television Network. There will be a possibility of attending one of two national conferences to network with your peers and broadcast professionals. Check it out, Wednesday’s afterschool in D214, that’s the TV Studio. Where to go for more information: Room D214. Length of season: Entire school year. Meeting times: As needed, check with TV teacher. Meeting sites: Room D214, TV Studio Performances: 4-6 times per term. Eligibility requirements: Successful completion of Media Production 1 class. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 15. Student leadership: Student President/Producers/Directors are selected by application and reviewed by instructor. 14


Name of Activity: Supermileage Team Advisor: Ken Pashina, ken.pashina@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Student activity with goal to design, construct, and race vehicle powered by 2.4 HP gas motor or electric motor and achieve highest fuel economy possible. Where to go for more information: Ken Pashina ETD. Length of season: November thru the middle of May. Practice times: Meet 2 times per week. May require more as needed. Practice site: School and/or team member’s homes. Competitions: Brainerd Speedway Invitational, MN Eligibility requirements: Grades 9-12; Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Maximum of seven students per vehicle, four cars can be built. Costs: Participation fee of $95 ($55/$40) to cover WHS participation fee and club fees. Other costs depending on amount of money earned through fund raisers. Awards criteria & type of awards: All team awards given at competitions. Student leadership: Head of Design; Fund raising Coordinator Name of Activity: Trojan Leadership Council - TLC Advisor: Judy Hanson, judy.hanson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Provides a leadership opporunity for drug-free students to promote healthy lifestyles within the school and community through various activities. Where to go for more information: C408 Length of season: Year round. Meeting times: Time to be scheduled at the start of the school year. Meeting sites: C407 Eligibility requirements: Chemically-free. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Student Leadership: Yes. Name of Activity: Trojan Tribune Advisor: David Motes, david.motes@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Produce the Trojan Tribune newspaper; produce Trojan Tribune website. Where to go for more information: Room C118. Length of season: All year. Eligibility requirements: Journalism I and selection to Journalism II class. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 35. Student leadership: Editor in Chief, section editors, photo editors, website coordinator, and numerous other leadership positions. Name of Activity: Yearbook Advisor: Michelle Jacklitch, michelle.jacklitch@wayzata.k12.mn.us & Tyler Shepard, tyler.shepard@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Planning, coordinating, and publishing the Wayako yearbook using computers and digital technology. Length of season: Semesterly. Meeting times: 3rd block class with some after school commitments. Meeting site: C112 & C116. Eligibility requirements: Interest, enthusiasm, and time; skills: computer, writing, photography, and organization. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 8 editors, 50 staffers. Additional information: A yearbook class course is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors only, with instructor’s approval. Applications are available online at whsyearbook.com. ATHLETICS - COMPETITIVE Name of Activity: Adapted Athletics Wayzata liaison: Nancy Icopini, nancy.icopini@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Wayzata participates in a cooperative with Minnetonka Schools. One indoor sport is offered each season: fall-soccer, winter-floor hockey, & spring-softball & bowling. Divisions: Athletes compete in either the PI or CI division, as appropriate for their ability level. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Practice site: To be determined. May be outside Wayzata School District. Transportation to the site is provided for after school practices. Competitions: Teams participate in league games with the opportunity to advance through the state tournament. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District eligibility requirements. Must be enrolled in grades 7- 12 in Wayzata Schools. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Awards criteria & type of awards: May letter after participation in three seasons. Additional awards determined by the coaches. 15


Name of Activity: Alpine Skiing, Boys and Girls Head coach: Mike Dzubay Description of sport: Competitive alpine ski racing. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Season begins November 9, 2015. Practice times: Monday thru Friday. Times to be announced. Practice site: Hyland Hills, Afton Alps, and Buck Hill ski area. Competitions: Five conference meets, Jv meets, Invite TBD, & section meet. Eligibility requirements: Open to students in grades 9-12 who meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 12 boys and 12 girls on the varsity. JV spots open until the total team roster reaches 55 athletes. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee (covers lift fee), ski equipment, and ski helmet. An assessment may be made to cover busing costs for additional practice sessions. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Four captains are selected. Additional information: Compatible with those on USSA. See head coach for practice requirements. Name of Activity: Baseball Head coach: Bobby DeWitt, robert.dewitt@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive baseball consisting of 5 teams: varsity, JV, sophomore, and two ninth grade teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office or www.wayzata.k12.mn.us/whs/athletics Length of season: Freshmen begin March 14, 2016. Sophomore - Varsity begins March 21, 2016. Practice times: Indoor -M-F 2:30-8 p.m. (times vary) outdoor -M-F 2:30-6:30 p.m. Times vary for Saturday practices. Practice site: Jv, varsity, & 9th - WHS; B - Parker’s Lake/CMS. Competitions: Games are held after school with occasional Saturday tournaments or make-up games. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 80. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, gloves, shoes, belts, and socks. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Name of Activity: Basketball, Boys Head coach: Bryan Schnettler, bryan.schnettler@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive boys basketball consisting of 4 teams: varsity, JV, B-Squad, and ninth grade. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Ninth Grade tryouts begin week of November 2, 2015. Grades 10-12 begin November 9, 2015. Practice times: Varies. Practice sites: Main gym and back gym. Competitions: A 22-26 game schedule that includes a holiday tournament. Games are mostly on Tuesdays and Fridays. Eligibility requirements: Must meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: Approximately 10-13 per team. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Must provide shoes. One time fee for practice uniform. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are selected by the team. The number varies. Name of Activity: Basketball, Girls Head coach: Mike Schumacher, mike.schumacher@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive girls basketball consisting of 4 teams: varsity, Jv, B-Squad, and ninth grade. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Ninth Grade tryouts begin November 9, 2015. Grades 10-12 begin November 16, 2015. Practice times: Alternates between 2:45-4:45 p.m. and 4:45-6:45 p.m. Practice sites: WHS main gym and back gym. Competitions: 22-26 games: approximately two games a week beginning in December and Holiday Tourney 2-3 days for Jv/V/B-Squad Teams. Freshman team: 20-25 games. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 8-12 per team. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee plus basketball shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are determined by voting by team members and coaches.

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Name of Activity: Cross Country, Boys Head coach: Mark Popp, mark.popp@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive distance running consisting of Varsity, JV, Sophomore-Freshman and Middle School squads. Where to go for more Information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins August 17 and continues nine weeks for JV and ten weeks for Varsity. Tryouts for returning runners will be held on Monday, August 17, 2015. Practice times: 8:30 a.m. and/or 7 p.m. prior to the school year. Practice is at 2:40 p.m. during the school year. Practice sites: Practices are held on multiple sites including golf courses, parks, local roads, and school grounds. We meet in the high school athletic locker room. Competitions: Meets are after school or on Saturdays. 9-12 races during the fall. 2-3 miles long. Eligibility requirements: Grade 7-12. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 150. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, wristwatch and good running shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. A copy of the requirements is available in the Activities Office. Student Leadership: Captains are selected by returning runners. Name of Activity: Cross Country, Girls Head coach: Dave Emmans, dave.emmans@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive distance running. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice starts August 17, 2015. Practice times: After school, generally 2:45 p.m. Practice sites: Practices are held on sites including golf courses, parks, and school grounds. Competitions: Approximately 7-10 meets per season. The usual race distance is 5k or 3.1 miles. About half of the meets are on weekends. Eligibility requirements: Open to female athletes who meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 120 Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee plus a good pair of running shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Returning seniors are captains. Name of Activity: Dance Team, Winter Competitive Season Head coach: Alyse Iorio, Alyse.Iorio@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive athletic activity which performs and competes with precision high kick and jazz routines. Length of season: Practice starts October 19, 2015. Practice times: Varies. Practice site: WHS. Competitions: The Dance Team competes at many invitational competitions, LC meets, the LC Championship meet, sectional meet, and the MSHSL state dance team tournament. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Must be enrolled in grades 9-12 at WHS and maintain at least a C average. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Average number of members: 50-60. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: One to four captains elected by the athletes and approved by the coaches. Name of Activity: Football Head coach: Brad Anderson, brad.anderson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive football consisting of varsity, JV, sophomore, and ninth grade teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins August 10, 2015. Practice times: Preseason: two practices are held each day. Regular season: practices are from 2:30-5:30 p.m. Practice sites: Practices are held on the football practice field at WHS. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: No cuts are made. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, mouth guard, girdle, and football shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are selected by team and announced at the end of the season.

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Name of Activity: Golf, Boys Head coach: Allan Christopherson, allan.christopherson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive boys golf Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins March 21, 2016. Practice times: Monday through Friday and some Saturday Tournaments. Practices begin at 3 p.m. Practice sites: Varies. Competitions: Two or three matches per week. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 18-20. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, clubs, golf shoes, team shirts, green fees for tryouts, & travel expenses. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains and Leadership Team selected by the coach. Name of Activity: Golf, Girls Head coach: Mike Schumacher, mike.schumacher@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive girls golf consisting of a varsity and JV team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice starts March 21, 2016. Practice times: Every day after school. Practice sites: Wayzata Country Club or Medina Golf and Country Club. Competitions: Home matches are held at the Wayzata Country Club, away matches at various golf courses. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 18-22. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, golf clubs and golf shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are determined by voting by team members and coaches. Name of Activity: Gymnastics Head coach: Carly Holden, carly_jackson@live.com Description of sport: Competitive gymnastics in beam, floor exercise, bars, and vault. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins November 9, 2015. Practice times: 5-7:30 p.m. Practice site: Central Middle School. Competitions: Weekly competitions are usually on Thursday evenings; some invitationals are held on the weekends. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: Junior Varsity and Varsity: 20-22 gymnasts. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Two-three captains selected by the team. Name of Activity: Hockey, Boys Head coach: Pat O’Leary, poleary21@hotmail.com Description of sport: Competitive hockey consisting of a varsity and a JV team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins November 9, 2015. Practice sites: Plymouth Ice Center. Competitions: Usually two games per week: Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 35. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, skates, mouth guard, and sticks. Players supply all protective equipment, except helmet, mask and breezers. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are chosen by the team.

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Name of Activity: Hockey, Girls Head coaches: Becky Wacker, rlwacker@aol.com Description of sport: Competitive hockey consisting of a varsity and a JV team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins October 26, 2015. Practice sites: Plymouth Ice Center. Competitions: Usually two games per week. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 33. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, skates, mouth guard, and sticks. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are chosen by the team. Name of Activity: Lacrosse, Boys Head coach: Chad Herr, chadherr28@hotmail.com Description of sport: Competitive lacrosse consisting of a varsity and a JV team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Season begins April 4, 2016. Practice times: To be determined. Practice site: WHS. Competitions: 13 games. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL rules and the Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Tryouts for grades 9-12. Average number of members: 52. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee and lacrosse equipment. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captain, 2 student managers. Name of Activity: Lacrosse, Girls Head coach: Lindsey Eichenlaub, lindseyeichenlaub@gmail.com Description of sport: Competitive lacrosse consisting of a varsity and a JV team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Season begins April 4, 2016. Practice times: TBD Practice site: WHS. Competitions: 13 games. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL rules and the Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Tryouts for grades 9-12. Average number of members: 50. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee and lacrosse equipment. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains selected by coaches and team, based on demonstrated leadership in past seasons. Name of Activity: Nordic Skiing, Boys and Girls Head coach: Larry Myers, 763-553-1486 Description of sport: Competitive cross country ski racing in both skating and classical technique. Where to go for more information: Activities Office or contact Larry Myers, 763.553.1486 Length of season: Practice begins November 9, 2015. Practice times: 2:30-5 p.m. Practice site: WHS, local parks, or ski areas. Competitions: Mid-December through mid-February: five conference races, 1-3 invitationals, regional, and state competitions are held. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL rules and the Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 100 plus, both boys and girls. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee and ski equipment. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: 2 captains are selected for the girls team and 2 captains are selected for the boys team.

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Name of Activity: Soccer, Boys Head coach: Dominic Duenas, 612-964-4767 Description of sport: Competitive boys soccer consisting of varsity, JV, sophomore and ninth grade teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins August 17, 2015. Practice times: Preseason: Two practice sessions will be held each day. Once school begins, practice will be after school. Practice site: Wayzata High School. Competitions: Two or three games are held each week on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements, maintain academic eligibility, attend practice regularly, and abide by team rules. Average number of members: Varsity: 16-22, JV: 18-22, sophomore: 18-22, freshman: 18-22 Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, soccer shoes, shin guards, and soccer ball. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Two or three captains. Name of Activity: Soccer, Girls Head coach: Tony Peszneker, 612.720.5748 Description of sport: Competitive girls soccer consisting of varsity, JV, sophomore, and ninth grade teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins August 17, 2015. Practice times: Weather permitting. Monday is 8-10 a.m. and 1-3 p.m. for all. Then 8-11 a.m. for freshmen and Sophomores then Juniors and seniors from 12-3 p.m. All at Oakwood. During the remainder of the season, the schedule will be from 2:30-5 p.m. Practice site: Wayzata High School Competitions: Two or three games are held each week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: Varsity: 18, JV: 18-22, Sophomores: 18-22, Freshman: 18-22 Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee and soccer shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Two or three captains. Additional information: 1990, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2009, 2011, & 2012 State Champions. Name of Activity: Softball, Fastpitch Head coach: Amber Hegland, amber.hegland@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive softball consisting of varsity, JV, and a B-Squad team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins March 14, 2016. Practice times: Indoor practices vary from a 2:45 p.m./4:30 p.m. start time. Outdoor practices begin at 2:45 p.m. Practice site: Wayzata High School. Competitions: The 20 game schedule begins the second week in April. Also, there is at least one weekend tournament. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: Varsity: 12-15, JV: 12-15, B-Squad 12-15 Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, glove, shoes, and cleats. Practice uniform fee. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains selected by coach and/or players. Name of Activity: Swimming and Diving, Boys Head coach: David Plummer, whsboysswimdive@gmail.com Description of sport: Boys competitive swimming and diving. Where to go for more information: Activities Office; www.wayzata.k12.mn.us/whs/athletics. Length of season: Practice begins November 30, 2015. 14 week varsity season. Practice times: Monday through Friday, after school for about 2 hours; Saturday from 8-10 a.m. Practice site: Lifetime Fitness Pool. Competitions: Dual meets are usually held on Friday evenings (5-7 p.m.); invitational and championship meets are usually held on Friday and/or Saturday; eight to twelve total competitions throughout the season. Eligibility requirements: Grades 7-12. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, swim suit and goggles. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains selected by the coaches.

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Name of Activity: Swimming and Diving, Girls Head coach: Elizabeth Hansen, elizabeth.hansen@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Girls competitive swimming and diving. Where to go for more information: https://sites.google.com/site/wayzataswimdive/home Length of season: Practice begins August 17, 2015. The season is 14 weeks for Varsity and 11-12 weeks for JV. Practice times: Monday through Friday 3:15-5:30 p.m. Saturday from 7:45 -10 a.m. Practice site: Lifetime Fitness Pool. Competitions: 8-10 dual meets, sectional and state. Dual meets are usually held on Tuesday or Thursday at Lifetime Fitness. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District eligibility requirements. Must sign swim and dive ethics letter. Tryouts are held for this team. Average number of members: 50. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, swim suit, goggles, and a cap. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: One to four captains will be selected by the team and coaching staff. Additional information: Swimmers should be familiar with all four competitive strokes. Divers should be familiar with 6 and 11 dive lists. Name of Activity: Synchronized Swimming Head coach: Signe Hensel, signe.hensel@gmail.com Description of sport: Competitive synchronized swimming. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins March 7, 2016. 12-13 weeks. Practice times: High School swimmers: Monday-Friday 3-6 p.m.; Saturdays 8-11 a.m.; Middle School Swimmers: Monday-Friday 3:45-5:30/6 p.m.; Saturdays: 12-2 p.m. Practice site: Lifetime Fitness Pool, West MS Pool, and East MS Pool. Competitions: 6-8 dual meets; sectional and state. Dual meets are usually held on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Sections are Tuesday pm and all day Saturday the week before state. State is all day Thursday and Friday before Memorial Day. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Grades 7-12. Must sign synchronized swimming ethics letter. Average number of members: 55. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Swim suit(s), goggles, nose clip, and cap must be provided by the team member. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are selected by the team and coaching staff. Additional Information: Must be able to swim 200 yards non-stop. Tryouts are held to determine routine(s) placement. Name of Activity: Tennis, Boys Head coach: Jeff Prondzinski, jeff.prondzinski@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive boys tennis; singles and doubles; 4 teams: varsity, JV, freshman, and C-team. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins March 28, 2016. Practice times: Monday through Friday 2:30-5:30 p.m. Practice site: Wayzata High School Competitions: Two or three matches per week plus tournaments. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 70. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee plus racket and shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are selected by the coaches. Name of Activity: Tennis, Girls Head coach: Marci Weiner, 612.961.3842 Description of sport: Competitive girls tennis consisting of varsity, JV, and freshman teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Tryouts begin August 17, 2015 and run through August 22, 2015. Practice times: Tryout Week: Varsity and JV 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m.; 9th Grade 12:30-2:30 p.m. Regular season: 2:30-5:30 p.m. Practice site: Wayzata High School. Competitions: Two or three matches per week plus weekend tournaments. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 55 Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, racket, shoes, and uniform shirt. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are selected by the coaches.

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Name of Activity: Track and Field, Boys Head coach: Aaron Berndt, aaron.berndt@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive track and field. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Start of season: Practice begins March 14, 2016. Practice times: 2:30-4:30 p.m. Practice site: WHS track. Competitions: Meets are held after school and occasionally on Saturdays or evenings. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 200. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee and running shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are chosen by coaches with input from team members. Name of Activity: Track and Field, Girls Head coach: Lori Cade, lori.cade@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive track and field. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins March 14, 2016. Practice times: Monday through Friday 2:30-4:30 p.m. and some Saturday mornings. Practice site: WHS track. Competitions: One to two meets per week and some Saturday meets. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL, Wayzata School District, and team eligibility requirements. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, good running shoes with arch supports, spikes or appropriate shoes for competition, solid black tights and solid black long sleeve shirt for wear under the uniform in colder weather, sweats, rain gear. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are chosen by the coaching staff with input from the previous season’s captains. Name of Activity: Volleyball Head coach: Scott Jackson, 763-639-0322 Description of sport: Competitive girls volleyball consisting of varsity, JV, sophomore, and two freshman teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: Practice begins August 17, 2015. Practice times: Approximately 2:30-5:30 p.m. Practice site: WHS gym. Competitions: Games are typically held on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but can fall on any weekday evening. There are three Saturday freshman, sophomore, and JV Tournaments, and three Friday-Saturday varsity tournaments. Eligibility requirements: Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: The maximum squad size is varsity: 15, JV: 12, sophomores: 12, and freshman: 24. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee, volleyball shoes, knee pads, and water bottle. Active Ankles or other ankle protection recommended. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Varsity captains are chosen by coaches with input from players. Name of Activity: Wrestling Head coach: Eric Swensen, eric.swensen@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of sport: Competitive wrestling. Length of season: Practice begins November 16, 2015. Practice times: 2:45-5 p.m. Practice site: WHS wrestling room. Competitions: 18 competitions anywhere from 1-3 per week. Competitions are held in the evenings or on Saturdays. Eligibility requirements: Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50-60. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are selected on a match by match basis.

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ATHLETICS - INTRAMURALS Name of Activity: Badminton Advisor: Barb Beise, barb.beise@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Inner-school badminton league. Length of season: Day may vary (5 days). The Fall session begins the week of September 21, 2015. Spring session begins April 27, 2016. Meeting sites: Wayzata High School in gyms 5 and 6. Meeting times: Approximately 2:45 - 4:30 p.m. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Competitions: WHS students will compete against each other in league play. Eligibility requirements: WHS students only. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 20. Must be at least 10 registered students to run activity. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Athletic wear. Awards criteria & type of awards: Prizes to winning teams. Name of Activity: Basketball Advisor: Barb Beise, barb.beise@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Inner-school basketball league. Length of season: Thirteen weeks beginning the week of December 7 and ending approximately March 4. Meeting sites: Wayzata High School in gyms 5 and 6. Meeting times: Varies. Games are plugged in between high school practices. This is a very random schedule. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Competitions: WHS students will compete against each other in league play. Eligibility requirements: WHS students only. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 215. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Athletic wear. Awards criteria & type of awards: Prizes to winning teams. Student leadership: One team captain per team. Name of Activity: Golf Advisor: Barb Beise, barb.beise@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Inner-school golf league. Length of season: Five sessions. Fall session - Mondays (September 21, 28, October 5, 12) and Wednesday (September 30). Spring session 5 Mondays beginning April 25, 2016. Meeting sites: Holly Dale Golf Course. Participants must provide their own transportation. Meeting times: Tee times range between 2:45 and 3:45 p.m. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Competitions: WHS students will compete against each other in league play. Eligibility requirements: WHS students only. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 25. Must be at least 10 registered students to run activity. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee and golf clubs. Awards criteria & type of awards: Prizes to winning individuals. Additional Information: Participants are responsible for their own transportation. Name of Activity: Table Tennis Advisor: Barb Beise, barb.beise@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Inner-school table tennis league. Length of season: Day may vary (5). The Fall session begins the week of September 21, 2015 and the Spring session begins April 26, 2016. Meeting sites: Wayzata High School. Meeting times: Approximately 2:45 - 4:15 p.m. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Competitions: WHS students will compete against each other in league play. Eligibility requirements: WHS students only. Meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 20. Must be at least 10 registered students to run activity. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee. Awards criteria & type of awards: Prizes to winning individuals.

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ATHLETICS - SUPPORT Name of Activity: Cheer Team Head coach: Michelle Chase, michellechase9@yahoo.com Description of activity: A support for athletic teams. Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Length of season: The fall season extends from August- October; the winter season extends from November - March. Practice times: To be determined. Practice site: Gymnasium and/or wrestling room. Eligibility requirements: Open to any student in grades 9-12. Cheerleaders also must meet MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 10-20. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee per season. Additional expenses are listed in Cheer Team Handbook. Awards criteria & type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach. Student leadership: Captains are chosen by the coaches. FINE ARTS - DRAMA Name of Activity: Drama Club - see ACTIVITIES AND CLUBS Name of Activity: Fall Musical Director: Sonia Gecker, Sonia.Gecker@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: “Beauty and the Beast”. Where to go for more information: Black Box Theater. Length of season: Mid-August through mid-November. Practice site: Auditorium. Performance: Performances are scheduled for November 12, 13, 14, 19, & 20 at 7 p.m. and November 21 at 2 p.m. Eligibility requirements: Auditions are held prior to the start of rehearsals. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50-100. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $135 to the WHS Activities Office for actors only. Tech crew pays no fee. Name of Activity: Competition One-Act Play Director: Sonia Gecker, Sonia.Gecker@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: “The Debutante”. MSHSL sanctioned rehearsal and competitive performance of a thirty-five minute play. Where to go for more information: Black Box Theater or 2nd Floor Office. Length of season: December through mid-February. Practice times: Daily after school rehearsals are held during the season. Performance: WHS performance is scheduled for January 14 & 15 at 7 p.m. Eligibility requirements: Cast participants are selected through an audition process. Crew participants volunteer. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $95 for actors to the WHS Activities Office. Tech crew pays no fee. Average number of members: Up to 20 members total. Awards criteria & type of awards: Awards are given for first-third place school entries. Name of Activity: Senior Spotlight, Student-Directed Advisor: Sonia Gecker, Sonia.Gecker@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: WHS Senior students direct and produce short plays and/or recital format performances. Where to go for more information: Black Box Theater or 2nd Floor Office. Performance: Performances are May 27 at 7 p.m. and May 28 at 2 p.m. Eligibility requirements: Participants are selected through an audition process. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $60 for actors to the WHS Activities Office. Tech crew pays no fee. Average number of members: Up to 30.

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Name of Activity: Black Box Plays, 9th and 10th Grade Play and 11th and 12th Grade Play Director: Sonia Gecker, Sonia.Gecker@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Ninth/Tenth “Almost, Maine”. Eleventh/Twelvth “12 Angry Jurors”. Where to go for more information: Black Box Theater or 2nd Floor Office. Length of season: January through March 1. Practice times: Every other day after school and Saturday. Practice site: Black Box. Performance: Play 1 (9th and 10th Grade) February 18 & 19 at 7 p.m. and February 20 at 2 p.m. Play 2 (11th and 12th Grade) February 25 & 26 at 7 p.m. and February 27 at 2 p.m. Eligibility requirements: Cast participants are selected through an audition process. Crew participants volunteer. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 20-30. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $95 to the WHS Activities Office for actors only. Tech crew pays no fee. Name of Activity: Spring Musical Director: Sonia Gecker, Sonia.Gecker@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Play selection to be announced. WHS 9-12 musical format. Where to go for more information: Black Box Theater or 2nd Floor Office. Length of season: March through the end of April. Performance: April 28, 29, 30, May 5, 6 at 7 p.m. and May 7 at 2 p.m. Practice times: Daily after school rehearsals are held during the season. Eligibility requirements: Cast participants are selected through an audition process. Crew participants volunteer. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $105 for actors to the WHS Activities Office. Tech crew pays no fee. Average number of members: 30-40. FINE ARTS - MUSIC Name of Activity: Band Directors: Dave Elmhirst, david.elmhirst@wayzata.k12.mn.us & Donald Krubsack, donald.krubsack@wayzata.k12.mn.us & Daniel Tewalt, daniel.tewalt@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Marching band, spirit band, jazz ensemble, symphonic band, wind ensemble, Ninth grade band & percussion ensemble. Where to go for more information: Room D204. Length of season: Varies from band to band. Practice times: Varies from group to group. Performances: 5-10 performances per year at concerts, athletic events, and community activities. Eligibility requirements: Enrollment in band and qualifying for special groups through auditions. Meet the Wayzata School District ExtraCurricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 350. Costs and/or needed equipment: Musical instrument or rental fee, lesson books, and supplements for uniforms. Some auxiliary groups which meet outside the school day have a participation activity fee (Jazz Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble). Awards criteria & type of awards: Letters may be awarded to students who meet criteria which can be obtained from one of the directors. Student leadership: Marching Band Drum Majors and Marching Band Rank Lieutenants. Name of Activity: Choir - Bel Canto Director: Rebecca Wyffels, rebecca.wyffels@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Choir for treble voices, grades 11-12. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: September - May. Practice times: Classes in school. Practice sites: D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests, frequent public performances and individual solo contests in March and April. Eligibility requirements: By audition only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 60. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, senior medal, MSHSL medals. Student leadership: Student members select officers.

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Name of Activity: Choir - Cantori Director: Jeff Dahl, jeff.dahl@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Choir for treble voices, grade 10. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: All year. Practice times: Classes in school, special groups after school. Practice sites: D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests for groups, frequent public performances and individual solos in March and April. Eligibility requirements: By audition only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 60. Costs and/or needed equipment: Black pants and white shirts. Shoes provided by WHS. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, MSHSL medals. Student leadership: Student members select officers. Name of Activity: Choir - Chamber Singers Director: Rebecca Wyffels, rebecca.wyffels@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Small group, auditioned from Concert Choir. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: September - May. Practice times: One afternoon per week. Practice sites: Room D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests and frequent public performances. Eligibility requirements: Auditioned from Concert Choir members. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 18. Costs and/or needed equipment: Tuxedo for guys, formal for girls. Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, senior medal, MSHSL medals and trophies. Name of Activity: Choir - Concert Director: Rebecca Wyffels, rebecca.wyffels@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Mixed choir for juniors and seniors. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: All year. Practice times: Classes in school and special groups after school. Practice sites: Room D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contest for groups, public performances and individual solos contests in March and April. Eligibility requirements: By audition only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 60. Costs and/or needed equipment: Black shoes provided for girls. Guys need black pants and black shoes. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, senior medal, and MSHSL medals.. Student leadership: Student members select officers. Name of Activity: Choir - Madrigals Director: Jeff Dahl, jeff.dahl@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Small group, auditioned from tenth grade girls and varsity men’s choir. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: January - May. Practice times: One afternoon per week. Practice site: Room D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests and public performances. Eligibility requirements: Auditioned from Varsity Men’s Choir and Tenth Grade Girls choir members only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 16. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, senior medal, MSHSL medals.

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Name of Activity: Choir - Ninth Grade Men’s Director: Jeff Dahl, jeff.dahl@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Freshmen choir for tenor and bass voices. Where to go for more information: Music Wing. Length of season: All year. Practice times: Classes in school and special groups after school. Practice sites: Room D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests for groups, frequent public performance and individual solo contests in March. Eligibility requirements: By audition only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50. Costs and/or needed equipment: Tuxedo pants. Shirts provided by WHS. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, MSHSL medals and trophies. Name of Activity: Choir - Ninth Grade Treble Director: Jeff Dahl, jeff.dahl@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Treble Choir for ninth grade treble voice students. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: All year. Practice site: Room D208. Competition and/or performances: MSHSL contests for groups, frequent public performances and individual solos in March and April. Eligibility requirements: By audition only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 90. Costs and/or needed equipment: Black skirt and white shirt. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, MSHSL medals and trophies. Name of Activity: Choir - Varsity Men’s Director: Jeff Dahl, jeff.dahl@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Choir for sophomores, juniors, and seniors; tenor and bass voices. Where to go for more information: Music Wing. Length of season: All year. Practice times: Classes in school and special groups after school. Practice sites: Room D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests for groups, frequent public performance and individual solo contests in March. Eligibility requirements: By audition only. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 60. Costs and/or needed equipment: Tuxedo pants. Shirts provided by WHS. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, MSHSL medals, trophies, and senior medal. Student leadership: Student members select officers. Name of Activity: Choir - Vive Voce Director: Melissa O’Neill, melissa.oneill@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Small group, auditioned from Bel Canto and Concert Choir treble voices. Where to go for more information: Music wing. Length of season: January - May. Practice times: One afternoon per week. Practice sites: Room D208. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL contests and frequent public performances. Eligibility requirements: Auditioned from Bel Canto and Concert Choir treble voices. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 15. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $55 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: WHS letter, MSHSL medals. Name of Activity: Orchestra Advisor: Mark Gitch, mark.gitch@wayzata.k12.mn.us Where to go for more information: Room D205. Length of season: Full year. Practice times: Every day or as assigned. Practice sites: Room D205. Competition and/or performance: MSHSL Solo and Ensemble Contest. Lake Conference clinic and adjudication. Many performances are scheduled in the community. Eligibility requirements: Audition by teacher. Meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. 27


FINE ARTS - SPEECH Name of Activity: Debate Advisor: Sheila Peterson Description of activity: Students prepare to debate an annual topic and participate in interscholastic competitions both in Minnesota and throughout the country. Where to go for more information: C212. Length of season: September through December for most novice debaters. September through January for most Varsity debaters. Traveling team continues debating through June. Practice times: In class and after school as arranged. Practice site: Wayzata High School. Competitions: Weekly from October through January except for a few select weekends, including but not limited to holiday weekends. Eligibility requirements: Must be doing acceptable work in school and must be enrolled in the debate class. Must meet the Wayzata School District Extra-Curricular Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $155 to the WHS Activities Office. Dress clothes are required for some tournaments. Traveling team members share in travel costs. Awards criteria & type of awards: Varsity letters may be earned. Students also earn National Forensic League (NFL) degrees. All competitions also offer various types of awards. Student leadership: Team Captains are selected each year. The Varsity also mentor novice debaters. Additional information: Most tournaments are on both Friday and Saturday; a handful of tournaments are on Saturday only. Name of Activity: Speech Head coach: Jerrod Nelson, jerrod.nelson@wayzata.k12.mn.us Description of activity: Students have a great time choosing from 13 different competitive speech events to prepare and present in interscholastic contests. Whether a student is interested in drama, current events, persuasive speaking or creative expression, there is something to spark their interest! Where to go for more information: Gail Sarff, Emily Miller, or Jerrod Nelson. Length of season: The first team meetings for new students take place mid October and the State Speech Tournament takes place in April. Practice and/or meeting times: The team meets as a whole one day a week after school. Beyond that, students sign up for individual work sessions with the coaches at least once a week. Since we coach one on one, the days can be pretty flexible. Practice site: Wayzata High School in one of the coaches’ rooms. Competitions: Competitions take all day Saturday. Students Compete in approximately 9 Saturday meets. The section tournament is on a weeknight in March. Speakers who qualify attend the state meet in April. Students also may compete in a national qualifying tournament in April. The National Tournament is held in June. Eligibility requirements: Members must be making satisfactory progress towards graduation and meet team expectations. Meet the MSHSL and Wayzata School District Eligibility Requirements. Average number of members: 50. Costs and/or needed equipment: Participation fee is $105 to the WHS Activities Office. Awards criteria & type of awards: NSDA membership. Lettering criteria determined by the coaches. Students may win trophies at tournaments. Student leadership: Team captains and individual event leaders.

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