Wingra School: Growing Lifelong Learners Since 1972

Our Capital & Endowment Campaign


the future of Wingra is now

Over $771,000 Raised!


"We hope that our pledge will combine with others to bolster the resources for our children and help sustain this very special place of progressive education."

~ Aaron and Sarah Hoffnung, Current Parents



News & Events

Parent Night

Parent Night is Thursday, September 18. Meet your child's teachers, learn about the program, and get to know other parents during this important event.

See the schedule for the evening:

  • 6:00–6:45 Nest parents (children ages 5 to 7) meet in Commons (Library)
  • 6:00–6:45 Sky parents (children ages 11 to 14) meet in the Gym
  • 6:50–7:35 Pond parents (children ages 7 to 9) meet in Commons (Library)
  • 7:40–8:25 Lake parents (children ages 9 to 11) meets in Lake Classrooms

If you're unable to find child care, Wingra students can attend a studio time in Spanish, music, or tech while you attend Parent Night. Contact Mary ( to RSVP.

Parenting Teens: Pieces of the Puzzle

Thursday, October 2, 7:00 p.m.,
Wingra School Library

What are the psychological, social, and behavior changes to expect during adolescence? How do these changes inform parenting during the teen years?

Come and consider these questions and learn more about the pieces of the puzzle:

  • adolescent development
  • the teen brain
  • effective parenting strategies

Presenter and facilitator of this popular seminar will be Scott Caldwell, licensed counselor, who has worked clinically with teens and their parents for more than 10 years.

This event is free and open to the public, so please invite your friends! For more information, contact Mary Campbell (


Banner photo by Colleen Pardun