Next time you are in the North School area, scan the QR Code on the school door to help the Watervliet Youth Development Corporation/PAL.
The High School Theatre Students had a busy weekend performing Cinderella on Friday evening and then posing as Mannequins for Watervliet's Hometown Christmas on Saturday evening. WHS choir students participated in the Hometown celebration too, singing beautiful Christmas carols!
Good Morning! Due to inclement weather, all Watervliet Public Schools will be closed today, Friday, November 18, 2022. Have a great day, and Go Panthers!
The Watervliet Public Schools bus drivers would like to thank all of the parents and others coming to the schools in the mornings for being so considerate and working with the buses to get in and out of the schools and keeping our kids safe. It’s really been a good year of driving courtesy and we appreciate it. Thank you!
This morning 27 Vets were in attendance for our middle school "Breakfast with Veterans" event. Thank you for your service in the US Military Services, Veterans. We appreciate you.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE WATERVLIET MARCHING BAND, Silver medalists at the MCBA State Championships, placing 2nd in Flight 5. Excellent job, Panthers! #Panther Pride
Congratulations to Aiden Parkhurst, Hunter Flint, Kyler Krugler on their fine performance at the District 6 MSVMA Men’s Choir Invitational last night! Amazing job!
Panther fans, come out tonight to cheer on our Panther volleyball team as they take on Bridgman in the District Final, 6:00 PM at WHS. All tickets must be purchased online at this link: https://gofan.co/app/events/736534?schoolId=MI3768
Our North Elementary students love it when the "big kids" from the high school come to hang out with them. These current WHS varsity athletes are great role models for the future Panther high school students and athletes.
The theme of this year's Watervliet Middle School Red Ribbon Poster contest was "Celebrate Life - Live Drug Free". Here is the winning poster contributed by (from left to right) Caroline Weber, Abby Shriver, and Gracie Moore.
Please support the Watervliet Public Schools Foundation for Excellence as it supports our schools and community projects.
Berrien County Sheriff Deputy Hahn spoke to WMS Student Council members about the leadership skills needed in law enforcement. The students were able to eat breakfast together and ask him questions about his career. Thank you Deputy Hahn for visiting Watervliet Middle School.
BRESA is seeking input from the local communities regarding planning for a common Spring Break in the county. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey to assist our planning. https://bit.ly/3D7sF05 Thank you!
Congratulations Mrs. Diane Collis on your retirement from Watervliet!
Parents, please be aware that our buses are transporting students in the morning when it is still dark outside. On some routes, buses are required to back up and turn around. When vehicle headlights are shining in the bus mirrors, it is nearly impossible for the driver to see. If you are parked at a bus stop where a turn-around is required, we ask you to please turn off your headlights so that our drivers can turn the bus around safely. Thank you for your cooperation. The safety of our students is our number one priority.
Apparently, Watervliet Panther Football now has international appeal! Four Australian young men saw the crowd of cars and people at WHS on Friday and stopped in to see what was going on. Having never experienced American Football before, they decided to stay a while and check it out! Here Bradley Burns, Tyler Jeff, Riley Fucsko, and Liam Rossetto are pictured with Stacy Morrison, who was working at the gate for the Panther Athletics Department. The Aussies were in the US to participate in the Motocross of Nations event which was held at Red Bud in Buchanan last weekend.
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School lunch at the beach -- what could be better on a beautiful early September day? Students enjoyed this activity in conjunction with North Elementary School's PBIS positive behavior efforts.