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Christmas Pageant in Pictures

From the Development Ofoce:

WA Alumni and Friends Make The Difference


t is with deep appreciation that at we thank those who respond-

Special thanks are in order

ed to the last WA Update and for members of the class of 1962 to our December appeal letter. who championed the sewing Wisconsin Academy continues machine project. Class mem-



Establishing Faith ‡ %uilding Committment ‡ Training for Service


to provide quality Adventist edu- bers initially purchased 12 new cation, in large part due to the Pfaff machines, however with a support of its alumni and friends larger enrollment, they have ex-

March 3 Education Fair

plus the support of many church panded the project and will purcongregations Wisemen Adrian Nazario ‘1, Kenneth Leiva ‘1, and Francisco Campos ‘1 present gifts to Mary and Joseph, played by Andrea Fernandez ‘13, and Alec Schrenk ‘13 during Wisconsin Academy’s annual “Journey to Bethlehem” Christmas pageant held December 13 and 14, 2012.


to chase six additional machines.

April 4-6 Elementary Music Festival

the YES Financial Assistance Thank you class of 1962! Program.

In addition to the ever pres-

April 19-21 Alumni Weekend

When a church congregation ent need for student assistance, provides YES funds for student other needs include completion

May 4 Gymnastics Home Show

assistance, Wisconsin Academy of the girls’ dorm rooms apand the Wisconsin Conference prox $50,000 , lab equipment will each provide up to $1500 for our science classes approx

May 5 Academy Day

of matching money per stuent. $3500 , a camera for marketCurrently 30 churches are par- ing/PR $2500 , new carpet for

May 11 Spring Concert

ticipating, including 6 from out the library $2500 , new carpet of state.

Some churches that for the math room $1800 , ris-

May 24-26 Graduation Weekend

lack academy-age young people ers for the music department have teamed up with a church $3000 , blinds for some of¿ce that has several. Other church- windows $450 , and printing of es have adopted sponsorships the student-authored devotional Seniors Emily Hangartner and Hannah Hubert sell dried fruit at the Jerusalem market. At over a dozen booths, visitors listened to stories, baked bread on a stick, tried on period costumes, sampled incense, etc.

for kids that lack a home church. book $200 . Wisconsin has more than 70

If you wish to donate, make

Seventh-day Adventist church your check payable to Wisconcongregations, so there are still sin Academy and mail to: many more that can assist students through the YES Program.

Wisconsin Academy


e’ve added five new Upon completion, students will additional transportation. The classes



cur- be able to take the FAA written plea was answered quickly and

riculum at Wisconsin Academy: test, begin Àying lessons, and in real style. We have received

Of¿ce of Development

welding, small engine repair, work towards a private pilot’s generous

N2355 Du%org Rd

ground school, drama, and gui- license. Pastor Adam Case’s us to purchase a used yellow

lowing results: President, Linda

Columbus, WI 53925

tar lessons.

President, Neil Mishleau, ’73;



Christ-centered drama class has school bus in excellent condi-

Thanks to David Rawls and performed once and has more tion, and a 55-passenger motor-

Schroeder Skilton, ’70; ViceTo learn more, please call the

a generous donor, students are performances scheduled. Final- coach. An 18 passenger shuttle

Secretary, Julie Heisig Ganske, Of¿ce of Development at 920

learning stick welding with 60/10 ly, Larry Sloan is teaching doz- was also kindly donated.

’74; %oard Members, Aaron 623-3300 ext 25.

and 80/10 rods. WA alumnus, ens of guitar students. They are

%erger, ’89; Heather Rosen, ’98;

Derrick Grubbs, teaches small already performing and leading MCI DL3. It made its maiden

and Marty Castleberg, ’71. The new of¿cers are busy planning for alumni weekend to be held

Roger Dunder Director of Development

More events online at:

New and Notable at Wisconsin Academy

of¿cers is complete with the fol-

The election of new alumni

Wisconsin Academy Church pastor Adam Case and sophomore Suny Gomez teach the Hebrew alphabet to two of the over 00 visitors who attended. “Journey to Bethlehem” is a community outreach effort coordinated by Wisconson Academy Church and Wisconsin Academy.

Freshmen Nate Waagen practices welding under the direction of instructor David Rawls. Nate and six other students, along with two adults, are taking the semester-long course on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Welding is one of ¿ve new classes recently added to the curriculum.

The motorcoach is a 2000

engine repair. We still need song services.

voyage on January 9, taking the

tools and are always looking

gymnastic team to Southern Ad-

for equipment in need of re- Transportation Update

April 19-21, 2013. For details of

pair. Elder Richard Habenicht

the weekend, watch our website

teaches ground school class. help locating and purchasing

ventist University.

WA Spotlight DVDs WA Spotlight videos are now available. Ask your pastor about showing one during annoucement time at church. You can also view the most recent video spot online at www.wisacad. org. For more info, contact us at (920) 623-3300 or computers@

In September, we asked for continued X

March 2013 Vol.1 No.2

Wisconsin Academy Update, March, 2013  
Wisconsin Academy Update, March, 2013  

Wisconsin Academy Update is the Wisconsin Academy quarterly newsletter.