Watertown Unified School District

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Watertown Unified School District

43°11′31″N88°43′28″W / 43.192047°N 88.724491°W / 43.192047; -88.724491 Coordinates: 43°11′31″N88°43′28″W / 43.192047°N 88.724491°W / 43.192047; -88.724491

111 Dodge St.,


Watertown, Wisconsin 53094-4434
United States
District information
Superintendent Cassandra Schug - Superintendent of Schools
Students and staff
District mascot Goslings
Colors Blue and White
Other information
Website www.watertown.k12.wi.us

Watertown Unified School District is a school district in Watertown, Wisconsin, about halfway between Madison and Milwaukee. The Superintendent of Schools is Cassandra Schug

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The district operates the following schools:

Watertown High School (Wisconsin)

Watertown High School is a high school located in Watertown, Wisconsin, in Dodge County. It serves grades nine through twelve. The school is operated by the Watertown Unified School District.

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