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The WSMA Class A State Marching Band Champions the B-WHS Marching Blackhawks perform 'Untold.' Submitted photo
The WSMA Class A State Marching Band Champions the B-WHS Marching Blackhawks perform 'Untold.' Submitted photo
Monday, October 22, 2018 12:05 AM

BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville High School Performing Arts Center was full with an adoring audience of family, friends and community members on Monday, October 15 to hear a marvelous performance of “Joy! A Fall Festival of Choirs.”

  • BWHS present ‘Joy! – A Fall Festival of Choirs’

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville High School Performing Arts Center was full with an adoring audience of family, friends and community members on Monday, October 15 to hear a marvelous performance of “Joy! A Fall Festival of Choirs.”

  • B-W Boys soccer report: Barron, Somerset

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville varsity soccer team completed their regular season with two wins last week.

    The Conference game at home versus Barron was Blackhawks 8 – Barron 2 and away at Somerset with the Hawks 6 – Somerset 1.

  • Campus News - Wicker gains MWC weekly honors

    MOUNT VERNON, IA -- Senior men's cross-country runner Mason Wicker of Baldwin, Wisconsin has been selected Midwest Conference Performer of the Week for the period ending September 30, 2018.

  • B-W Boys soccer report: New Richmond, Altoona, Osceola

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville HS Soccer Varsity team kept their undefeated season intact after a busy week of competition. It was a 5 - 4 win at New Richmond (NR), a 10 - 0 win at Altoona followed up with 6 - 1 victory at Osceola.

    On the road the Blackhawks improved their winning season with three wins. The tally for the season now stands at 14 wins, 0 loses and 2 ties which is the season record of the B-W Varsity soccer team.

  • Storytime Walk at School Forest and Pumpkin Carving Contest

    WOODVILLE, WI – The Baldwin and Woodville Public Libraries along with the Giezendanner School Forest are sponsoring a Storytime Walk in the Forest. 

  • Marching Blackhawks enjoying successful season [VIDEO]

    BALDWIN, WI – If you live around Baldwin-Woodville High School you have been listening to this group of dedicated students perfect this year’s show Untold.

  • BALDWIN, WI – A good streak of wins continues for Blackhawks this week. Two victories versus conference opponents have B-W at 11 wins, 0 losses and 2 ties this season.

    Cumberland
    The away game at Cumberland resulted in a comprehensive 4 - 0 win. Visitors (B-W) dominated the game for the entire 90 minutes of the match. Jacek Nickowski accomplished a feat of scoring his 101st goal in his high school varsity career. His four goals were the difference in the contest.
  • B-W Girls’ Golf – final report for 2018

    BALDWIN, WI – The 2018 Baldwin-Woodville High School girls’ golf season ended last Monday, October 1 in Hayward with Individual Sectional competition that included junior Ashley Burr and Hawks team play, ending at the Regional match at the home course, Pheasant Hills on Wednesday, September 26.

  • BALDWIN, WI -- Two wins and a tie was the tally for the undefeated Blackhawks soccer team last week. A good run of form continued for varsity soccer boys. The team is at the top of the Middle Border conference with a conference record of 2-0-1 and an overall season record of 9-0-2.

    Rice Lake, Somerset, Amery – A 4:3 defeat of Rice Lake (RL) made a statement for post season regional seeding. Somerset fell 9:0 in conference play. Amery held “The Spear” to a second tie this season 1:1, making conference championship competition very tight.

  • Baldwin-Woodville High School presents Homecoming 2018

    BALDWIN, WI – Here are the calendar of events for the Baldwin-Woodville High School 2018 Homecoming Monday, September 24, through Friday, September 28, 2018.

  • BALDWIN, WI – Here are the girls’ golf results from the Pheasant Hills match on Friday, September 14, 2018.

    First the Team Results: New Richmond 166, Ellsworth 186, Amery 189, SCC 194, Prescott 212, BW 213, Somerset 214 and Osceola 22.

  • Great turnout for sold out B-W Ultimate Tailgate Party

    BALDWIN, WI – It was a great turnout and sell-out for the B-W Ultimate Tailgate Party last Friday night, September 14, at King Field home of the Blackhawks at Baldwin-Woodville High School. There were 250 pre-sale tickets sold for this popular event and all of the food was consumed!

  • BALDWIN, WI – The young Hawks girls’ golf team has been working hard to climb up the Middle Border Conference standings, but have struggled to make a lot of headway on the season.

    Here is a brief recap and the results of their last three outings beginning with the round on Wednesday, September 5 @ Clifton Highlands - hosted by Prescott.

    Coach Harmon reported, “We played the front 9 at Clifton Highlands, always a tough course for the ladies.  We had a tough day, but other teams shot high scores too!

  • Baldwin-Woodville High School Volleyball

    BALDWIN, WI -- The volleyball season at Baldwin-Woodville High School has begun. With the excitement of a new season and returning letter winners, the teams have done well.

  • Superintendent’s Corner August 2018

    BALDWIN, WI – The 2018-2019 school year is upon us and I want to welcome you and your students back.  I want to start by thanking everyone that has worked so hard this summer preparing for the school year.

  • Girls Golf results from Baldwin-Woodville Invite

    BALDWIN, WI – The Baldwin-Woodville Girls Golf Invite was on an awesome day for golf, perfect weather, a little wind but very good conditions.

  • B-W Boy Scouts attend Tomahawk summer camp

    BALDWIN, WI – Nineteen boys from Baldwin-Woodville Boy Scout Troop 110 recently attended a weeklong summer camp at Tomahawk Scout Reservation near Birchwood, Wisconsin.  Joining Baldwin-Woodville were four Scouts from Glenwood City Troop 139. 

  • B-W superintendent Eric Russell, elected treasurer of WIAA

    STEVENS POINT, WI – Eric Coleman, student services supervisor of Milwaukee Public Schools, presided over the first meeting of the 2018-19 Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association Board of Control on Friday, August 10, 2018.

  • An unusual structure for the birds

    WOODVILLE, WI – As you drive by the prairie restoration project at Viking Middle School (VMS), perhaps you have noticed a 14-foot-tall white tower at the south edge of the prairie and wondered about it?  This is a newly constructed chimney swift tower built by Viking Middle School teacher, Bruce Ashlin and funded by the St. Croix Sportsman’s Alliance. 

  • UW-Madison announces spring Graduates
    MADISON, WI - Nearly 7,500 students received degrees during the University of Wisconsin-Madison's spring commencement ceremonies, May 11-12, 2018.

    The ceremony for doctoral, MFA and Medical Degree graduates was May 11 at the Kohl Center, bachelor’s, master’s and law graduates received their degrees May 12 at Camp Randall.

    Chancellor Rebecca Blank told graduates they’ve been educated in the proud tradition of the Wisconsin Idea — the commitment to public service. She urged graduates to focus on the question, “What am I doing for others?”

    “If you keep asking that question, you will keep finding ways to use your knowledge and skills to make the real world a little better,” she said.

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