The Brillion News
WRIGHTSTOWN – Wrightstown High School will inaugurate its centennial year on Thursday, September 1, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the main entrance to the school.
The public is invited to the ceremony at 7:30 a.m. School board president Tom Gerrits and high school principal Scott Thompson will speak, along with a representative of the Centennial Class of 2017. The high school band will play, and there will be a continental breakfast reception at the conclusion of the ceremony.
The major centennial celebration begins the following week, with enhanced homecoming events.