- About TWC
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The Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated Grade School District is a PK-8 school district dedicated to supporting all students in a safe and supportive academically charged environment. We are located in Southeastern Wisconsin bordering the I-94 corridor and Illinois. We currently serve 540 students in a beautifully maintained new facility that boasts low class sizes and personalized attention for each one of our students.
As a staff of learners, we practice and preach growth mindset. We learn and grow along with your children as the world changes every day. We are here to help them navigate the everyday successes and the everyday challenges that prepare them for a lifetime of prosperity. Our teaching staff are experts in their craft; they employ the latest technologies, resources, and strategies to help our students learn and grow as individuals and also members of a community and a society.
I encourage you to come out and visit our school, observe our staff, talk with our parents and students. You can also email or call me at any time. I am available to answer your questions about our academic and social emotional programs, events or opportunities for children and families here at Trevor-Wilmot. I believe that you will find a wonderful place for your family at Trevor-Wilmot Consolidated School District!
Parents and students are invited to attend the Open House on Wednesday, August 29, 2018 to meet their teachers, tour the school, and drop off school supplies. There will be two sessions held for your convenience: Session 1: 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm (ends promptly because teachers must continue...
The Booster Club is sponsoring a fun night to kick off the new school year at TWC! Join us Friday, Sept 14th from 6:00pm – 8:00pm. There will be games, crafts, face painting, a chance to meet the school mascot, many community groups and fun presenters! David Stokes, Naturalist and Humorist,...
Our "getting ready for the new year" summer school session has just ended. All of the students had a great time and learned a lot. Some of the highlights included a ukulele concert, band concert, drip painting, book reviews, Lego challenges, writing computer code, traveling the technological world, and making pottery items. Special thanks goes out to the Sharing Center in Trevor, Wisconsin for providing free snacks for the students!