Watertown-Mayer Schools

Contributing to the Watertown-Mayer School Board meeting in October, Connie Irvine, special education teacher and coordinator of the school district’s Possibilities program, provided a one year update on the program, which is available to middle and high school students receiving special education supports. Irvine discussed the program’s commitment to provide each student the academic, social […]

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By Christopher Officer CARVER COUNTY NEWS What started off as 26 viable candidates soon dwindled down to one as the Watertown-Mayer School Board appointed Katie Thompson as the new Primary School Dean of Students during its meeting on Monday, March 17. Thompson, who was one of eight internal employees interviewed, was the language arts teacher […]

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Members of the Watertown-Mayer Middle School Peer Advocacy Club recently shared the important messages of kindness, acceptance and tolerance with first grade students through a reading of  Spookley the Square Pumpkin. The story features Spookley, a square pumpkin who lives in a round pumpkin patch world, and delivers the message that everyone, including those perceived […]

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The replacement for Pat Hittle, the current Dean of Students at Watertown-Mayer Elementary School who recently announced her plans to retire at the end of the school year, will be Marnie Pauly, the current principal at Watertown-Mayer Primary School. The transfer was discussed and approved with a 6-1 vote by the Watertown-Mayer School Board during […]

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Students at Watertown-Mayer Elementary School have been busy this month raising money for Kids Against Hunger to help significantly reduce the number of hungry children in the USA and to feed starving children throughout the world. Students have been doing extra chores at home, organizing and holding silent auctions in their classrooms, selling suckers at […]

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The Watertown-Mayer High School gymnastics team finished in seventh place last Saturday at the True Team state meet in Melrose. The meet is reserved for the top 10 Class A teams in the state according to the state rankings. Melrose finished in first place with 183.4 points, edging out Austin, which finished with second with […]

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