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Dear Parents and Guardians:
This letter is to provide information regarding an incident at West Allis Central that was misreported by media.  On Friday September 29, 2017, there was an altercation involving four students in the afternoon at West Allis Central High School.  Three students made the poor decision to tease another student regarding his personal choice of apparel.  The student being teased responded poorly and the conflict resulted in a physical altercation.  The fight was stopped quickly by staff and the four students were taken to the office.  The West Allis Police Department was contacted.  Fighting is not an acceptable manner to resolve conflict in our school and consequences that match the infraction of acceptable behavior were necessary.  
The media mistakenly reported this incident as a "riot" and/or misrepresented the incident as well as the culture of our school.  We have been working hard to ensure our school expectations are clear to students and the community.  We have had a superb start to the school year with all areas of the school including hallways, cafeteria and classrooms being respected by students. Students have strived to focus on learning and we are committed to raising our academic performance.   West Allis Central High School is a great school and while some students will occasionally make poor decisions, it should not impact our school's reputation.  
Your student's safety is the number one priority in our school.  If you feel your child is not safe or have concerns regarding any area of programming, please contact an administrator, school counselor or teacher immediately.  We are here to listen and resolve school issues that impact your child or family.

Jeff Taylor
Principal
Dear Parents and Guardians:
This letter is to provide information regarding an incident at West Allis Central that was misreported by media.  On Friday September 29, 2017, there was an altercation involving four students in the afternoon at West Allis Central High School.  Three students made the poor decision to tease another student regarding his personal choice of apparel.  The student being teased responded poorly and the conflict resulted in a physical altercation.  The fight was stopped quickly by staff and the four students were taken to the office.  The West Allis Police Department was contacted.  Fighting is not an acceptable manner to resolve conflict in our school and consequences that match the infraction of acceptable behavior were necessary.  
The media mistakenly reported this incident as a "riot" and/or misrepresented the incident as well as the culture of our school.  We have been working hard to ensure our school expectations are clear to students and the community.  We have had a superb start to the school year with all areas of the school including hallways, cafeteria and classrooms being respected by students. Students have strived to focus on learning and we are committed to raising our academic performance.   West Allis Central High School is a great school and while some students will occasionally make poor decisions, it should not impact our school's reputation.  
Your student's safety is the number one priority in our school.  If you feel your child is not safe or have concerns regarding any area of programming, please contact an administrator, school counselor or teacher immediately.  We are here to listen and resolve school issues that impact your child or family.

Jeff Taylor
Principal
Dear Parents and Guardians:
This letter is to provide information regarding an incident at West Allis Central that was misreported by media.  On Friday September 29, 2017, there was an altercation involving four students in the afternoon at West Allis Central High School.  Three students made the poor decision to tease another student regarding his personal choice of apparel.  The student being teased responded poorly and the conflict resulted in a physical altercation.  The fight was stopped quickly by staff and the four students were taken to the office.  The West Allis Police Department was contacted.  Fighting is not an acceptable manner to resolve conflict in our school and consequences that match the infraction of acceptable behavior were necessary.  
The media mistakenly reported this incident as a "riot" and/or misrepresented the incident as well as the culture of our school.  We have been working hard to ensure our school expectations are clear to students and the community.  We have had a superb start to the school year with all areas of the school including hallways, cafeteria and classrooms being respected by students. Students have strived to focus on learning and we are committed to raising our academic performance.   West Allis Central High School is a great school and while some students will occasionally make poor decisions, it should not impact our school's reputation.  
Your student's safety is the number one priority in our school.  If you feel your child is not safe or have concerns regarding any area of programming, please contact an administrator, school counselor or teacher immediately.  We are here to listen and resolve school issues that impact your child or family.

Jeff Taylor
Principal

Principal's Message

Jeff TaylorWelcome to the 2017-2018 school year at West Allis Central High School.  The WAC family believes teamwork is our strength, diversity is our special power and success is necessary, non-negotiable and hard work!

We as administrators, teachers, and staff will work tirelessly each day to make sure that each student has access to every opportunity to learn and grow as a productive member of our school and community.  We will give every student a leg up, a pat on the back and, if needed, a nudge in the right direction to help each student rise up to and beyond expectations.

Our students invest in themselves academically, physically and socially to rise to their individual potential.  They support others on the same journey and strive to nurture success for each, for the other and for the whole.

Together we respect and promote diversity in identity, thinking and learning pathways, because we understand diversity to be our special power in creating success in our school and becoming empowered successful adults.

I personally welcome each student, family, teacher, staff and administrator, both new and returning, to West Allis Central.  I look forward to the journey, hard work, fun and success that this school year will bring to each in our community.

Bulldog Proud!

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Welcome to West Allis Central High School!

Central has a long and proud tradition of excellence as a comprehensive high school, offering a full range of academics, athletics, and co-curricular activities to provide a well-rounded, high-quality educational experience. High school is a special part of growing up, and Central provides academic course offerings that will enable you to explore your interests and develop your potential. In addition to the academic courses offered to help you earn credits toward your high school diploma, a wide variety of athletics, clubs, societies, and other social/educational opportunities are available for you to get involved outside of the regular school day. Our staff is committed to providing each and every student with the best possible education at Central High School, and to make the high school experience rewarding and fun. We look forward to the work ahead in partnership with students and families as we strive for excellence in all of our students.​

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Acceptable Behavior

  • Applause during introduction of players, coaches, and officials.
  • Accept all decision of officials.
  • Maintain self-control in all circumstances.
  • Encourage surrounding people to display only good sportsmanship.
  • Show concern for any injured players, regardless of team.
  • Applause at the end of contest for performances of participants.

Unacceptable Behavior

  • Disrespectful, derogatory, harassing, taunting, intimidating, humiliating, or degrading yells, chants, songs, or gestures.
  • Use of profanity or displays of anger that draw attention away from the game.
  • Yells that antagonize opponents.
  • Laughing or name-calling to distract an opponent.
  • Booing, criticizing, heckling, or displaying anger with an official’s call.