Alumni & Friends
Each spring, we get in touch with the students who graduated from Wingra four years back to find out how they’re doing, what they’re doing, and what their plans are for the future. Here’s what we learned. Plus, we heard what Vannis Smith has been up to! Read more.
This spring it has been wonderful to witness the students at Wingra blooming with creative and exciting ways to support Wingra’s capital campaign and scholarship fund. Read more.
A big THANK YOU to everyone who has participated so far in the 2010–2011 Wings for Wingra Annual Fund. To date, we've received donations totaling $56,658! Read more.
“How do I help?” That’s the question that more than 1100 Madison-area children and adults have answered since November 2010 as part of a year-long Wingra School community art project. Read more.
In early May, many of you received an email inviting you to take a survey. Your responses will help us identify our strengths and weaknesses and plan for the future of our school! Read more.
Each year, Wingra chooses two books that promote conversations about and understanding of progressive education through the reading of a shared text. Read more.
This year's All-School Unit was "Do It Ourselves." Teachers worked in teams focused on six specialities. Students did hands-on projects like sewing cloth napkins, building wooden tic-tac-toe boards, and writing their own musical scores. Read more.
Fun Day, June 7
It's one of the most beloved of Wingra School traditions, with the highlight of the day being a toss-up between the dunk tank and the hillside water slide.
Graduation, June 9
Graduation in the Olin Park Pavilion at 7:00 p.m. Congratulations! We're so proud of our graduates!