Suicide Awareness and Prevention Town Hall Meeting Though the topic deserves year round attention, the added emphasis during this month helps bring people together to raise awareness, talk about the whole area of mental health and come alongside those who are dealing with the aftermath of suicide. For these purposes, a Suicide Awareness and Prevention Town Hall Meeting will take place Sunday, September 30, 6-8 PM. The community sponsored event will be held at the Campbellsport High School-Middle School in Lang Auditorium. Enter through the new doors by the flagpoles. The featured presenter is Steve Rose, a private practice counselor from Manitowoc (www.thecounselingrev.com). The evening will also include a round table panel to field questions. Organizations will have tables of information and resources.
Community Service: Sophomores-Seniors: Just a friendly reminder to turn in your community service hours from the summer to your ELT teacher. Please make sure you get them signed by the person supervising your service. All summer hours are due by September 15th. Please be sure to get them in on time. Freshman can start working on them in September. Questions can be directed to Ms. Rockelman. Forms will be available outside room 54 and in the Media Center.
Attention Parent/Guardians of Seniors: Our annual Financial Aid Night will be hosted by Wendy Hilvo, the Director of Financial Aid from Marian University. Financial Aid Night is scheduled for Wednesday, September 12 at 5:00 and will be held in the CMS-HS Library. The financial aid process and updates will be discussed-this is not just for students attending Marian. Financial Aid Night is OPEN to all college-bound families. Contact Mrs. Schraufnagel at email@example.com with any questions.
Soccer Update: The Varsity Boys soccer game scheduled for tonight, Tuesday, August 28th, has been rescheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, August 29th. Game time is still 4:30 PM @ CES. Parents Night will still take place at half time of the Varsity game tomorrow, approximately 5:15 PM. There will be no practice tonight for the boy soccer team.
Dear Parents: Thank you to those parents who attended the Fall Sports Meeting last night. As a reminder, please volunteer for at least one concession stand opening per athlete. You can decide what sport and times work for your schedule. After August 12th, parents who have not signed up will be assigned to a concession stand shift and will be expected to work the shift or find a sub. Please do your part and sign up today. Thank you for all who have volunteered in the past! Sign Up Genius–Go to www.SignUpGenius.com/go/9040B49A5AA2CA46-fall to view Fall Season Concessions. Sign Up Genius will send you an e-mail reminder. Contact Lisa Schill 960-2873 if you have questions. Parent Information Google Form https://goo.gl/forms/iSLRVh9yyecPLqJj2 Providing your contact information will really help us stay connected to you, so please complete this form. NEW this year: If you sign up for Sign Up Genius AND provide contact information to the Cougar Booster Club on the Google Form below by 7/30 and you will be eligible to be entered to win a Cougar wear item or a Gift Certificate to the Cougar Closet. One lucky will be drawn on 7/30 after the Fall Sports Meeting. Please note: We have extended this through 7/31 at midnight, so please sign up today! Please check out our webpage for some of the donations to our athletes and teams. · Our Website: https://www.csd.k12.wi.us/o/Campbellsport%20School%20District/page/cougar-booster-club · Email: contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org · Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CampbellsportCougarBoosterClub/ · CBC Meetings – 2nd Wednesday of the Month at 7:00 pm currently at Auburn Bluffs Golf Course, King Pin Lanes, or TBA. Please see the attached flyer for the Cougar Booster Club Fall Online Order. Shopping Instructions: Go to www.bsgsports.com Click on SPIRIT PACKS on the navigation bar Enter the sales code: CCAP18 Orders are due by Sunday, August 12th at 11:59 P.M. If you'd like to try on some of the items, we have some available in stock. For more information, please contact Lisa Ferguson at 920-933-0354 or Amy Lackas at 920-979-9529. We have an excellent group of members that meet monthly, but we cannot do it alone. We need your help! New members are always welcome! Go Cougars! Cougar Booster Club
Congratulations to our end of the year award winners. 10 years of service: Kathee Dirmeier, Holly Feucht, Lilly Guenther, Karen Holtz, Jennifer Pollpeter, and Becky Warnecke. 20 years of service: Shanda Cerny, Nancy Flood, and Dan Heisdorf. 30 years of service: Mark Peterson Retirees: Sharyl Aubuchon, Rod Cadman, and Judy McCabe-Krudwig. Employee of Year: Billi Timm
Certified SolidWorks Certifications Isaac Grahl and Hunter Jandre passed the Certified SolidWorks Professional Exam exam during the second semester of the school year. The CSWP is a three hour and 20 minute advanced mechanical design exam that focuses on three main design areas: advanced assemblies and property analysis, configurations and feature modifications, and advanced part design and geometry modifications. To reach the skill level required to pass the CSWP exam takes most professional Designers and Engineers several years to accomplish. Isaac and Hunter both accomplished this goal their Junior year at Campbellsport High School. The following students (Braydon Hottenstein, Matthew Schrauth, Kegan Bartell, Amber Kutsche, Joesph Krahn, Trevor Engel, Chris Zimdahl, and Kallen Ferguson) passed the SolidWorks Certified Associates Exam (CSWA) during the second semester of the school year. The CSWA exam is a three hour industry benchmark exam that tests students ability to create and draw 3D solid models of parts, work with advanced geometric construction techniques, and complete and evaluate complex assemblies. Passing this exam is part of many post secondary Design and Engineering programs.
The Senior Slide Show for the Class of 2018 is on our website under its own tab. Congratulations to all of our graduates! You will accomplish incredible things!
This is a reminder the last day of school for students is Friday, May 25th.
The Project Grill Team participated participated in the Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce Unveiling Event at Festival Foods on Friday, May 11. Their grill featured a farm theme that included a barn as a grill/prep area, harvest-ore silo as a meat smoker, grain bin as a beverage dispenser, and a lean-to that was used for storage and a cooler. Although our grill did not win Best in Show, they fabricated an excellent product. The team was partnered with Agromatic of Fond du Lac, which provided them with fabrication advice and paint. The team would also like to thank Vinny Egle for his help in the fabrication process also. The grill is being donated to the Campbellsport True Value where it can be viewed by the public. It will also be showcased at Main Street Mania this summer . Congratulations to our 2018 Project Grill team.
Science loving 8th grade Campbellsport Middle School students got an out-of this-world experience today. Richard Rieber, the Mars Mobility Flight Systems Engineer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Skyped with students about his experiences as an engineer on the Mars Rover and answered questions for almost an hour and a half in the school’s media center.
CHS' Annual Tractor Day. We love seeing our students drive in on them!
The Campbellsport High School was awarded the 2017 Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council PaceSetter Award. The 2017 PaceSetter award is a result of CHS' student participation and performance on the 2017 AP Exams.
The CHS Robotics Team of Henry Hathaway, Connor Hamm, and Mitchell Gonzalez performed well at Nationals April 27-28. he won 7 of the 10 matches they competed in, much higher than they expected, and placed fifteenth out of 100 robots in their division! With so many robots there, teams are in divisions to keep it moving (6 total divisions for high school alone). Great job, guys!
On May 3, Campbellsport High School honored the following students who were accepted into the Conference magazine, Perspectives, and had at least one piece published in the magazine.
Below is a link to CHS recent grads experience in School-to-Work and Mechanical Design. Congrats, Colin! https://blog.morainepark.edu/colin-brenner-mechanical-design-technology/
From School & Healthcare Specialist Reinhart Foodservice, L.L.C.- Shawano Division Due to the E-coli issue with romaine lettuce out of Yuma, AZ, we have immediately placed all to romaine products on hold until everything could be checked for origin. We do not believe that Wisconsin has had any product from Yuma and there are no reported cases of illness in Wisconsin that we are aware of. We are taking the necessary precautions in order to ensure the safety of all of our students. If you have any questions, please contact Cheryl Hintz at email@example.com or via phone at 920-533-1283.
Campbellsport Cougar Booster Club Golf Outing is Friday, August 10 at Auburn Bluffs Golf Course. Please come out and support our students and our programs.
CHS Prom at the Golf Club at Camelot Despite snow covering the ground the students from Campbellsport High School had Prom 2018 at the Golf Club at Camelot. The evening began with pictures and a meal. During the evening the students danced to the music provided by A Personal Touch DJ, had their pictures taken in a photo booth and by DidaLynn Photography and the chance to win door prizes. Royalty for the evening was King Gabe Goebel, Queen Janie Hodny, Prince Cade Heisdorf and Princess Brianna Flitter. Many door prizes donated by area businesses and individuals were handed out throughout the evening and the large door prizes of a 43" TV, laptop, 2 Apple Watches (one donated by Perron Trucking), Dewalt tools, and a makeup bag donated by Reflections/the Feucht family were awarded at the end of the evening. Post- Prom was once again hosted at King Pin Lanes, so the students enjoyed pizza, bowling and even more door prizes – Beats Wireless Headphones (donated by the Roloff/Stahl families, a GPS shadow drone, an Amazon Fire HD 8( donated by Drexel), a Nintendo Switch and a mini refrigerator to name just a few. The evening was a success because of family, business and community support. Campbellsport High School would like to thank all of the listed businesses and individuals for their support of prom and post- prom. List of Donors A Family Affair A& W Agnesian Ahern's Photography American Family – Ken Ketter Ala Roma Auburn Bluffs Baker Cheese BCI Burke Bowe Implement B's Bells Bud's Auto Buffalo Wild Wings Camelot Campbellsport Athletic Association Campbellsport Chamber of Commerce Campbellsport Lion's Club Campbellsport PTO Candy Man Carol Knuppel, Attorney CC Cody's CD Smith Construction Compeer Cougar Club Country Hills Pet Hospital Cousin's Sub Cover it with Class Crave Culver's Dairy Queen Kewaskum and Fond du Lac Din’s Mini Mart Dock Spiders Drexel Eaton's Pizza Eden Fire Department Eden Meat Market & Café Eden PTO Euphoria Family Focus Festival Foods Fire Bug Flood Oil Fleet Farm Fond du Lac YMCA Gilles Gellings Implement Guell Family H& R Block Haentze's Foral Heartfelt Flower and Gifts Heinecke Auto Hodorff Seeds and Agronomy Hon-e-kor Hopper's HT Enterprise J Bartley Jamie Designs Photography Jazzercise JK Tent Rentals Joe Schmidt Carpentry John Goeman Family Johnson Bus Jung Seed Genetics Julie Rosenbaum Kelly's Cremery Kettle Moraine Appliance Kewaskum Coffee Corner King Pin Lanes Kohn’s Filling Station Kwik Trip Loehr's Meat Market McDonald's Mendards Mike Immel Insurance Michaleno’s Michel’s Midwest Shooter Supplies Mike Immel Insurance Mirtz Custom Chopping MPTC National Exchange New Direction Ottery Trucking Officer Tackett Packers Paddy's Pizza Perron Trucking Pick 'n Save Piggly Wiggly Ray's TV Red Cabin Reflections/Feucht Family Retzer Family Roger's Relics Roloff/Stahl Family St. Wire Campany Strean Family Schlaefer Optometrists Second Look Holsteins Sesso Bella Shopko Smith and Hatch Insurance Smith Auto Society Insurance Starbucks Stoffel Family Swenson Tool Subway Taco Bell Timber Rattlers TNT Obstacle Course Tom's Quality Millwork Transtar Medical True Value TTI Twohig's Furniture Ty's Place Volz Concrete Westphal Printing Wright Vet
Attached you will find the order form for the latest spirit wear designed by the CHS Entrepreneur class. You can send the order form to the high school or fill it out online at: https://www.kmsportsusa.com/welcome-campbellsport-cougars Thank you in advance from the CHS Entrepreneur class.
There will be no school on Monday, April 16 for the Campbellsport School District.
The FFA banquet has been cancelled for tomorrow, April 15. It has been moved to Monday night, April 16, at 6:00 pm.
Please check out the Campbellsport website app in the Google Play and Apple App Store. Search Campbellsport, WI in these stores.
Thursday, April 12th is the Wisconsin's Statewide Tornado Drill which means you may hear many radio and TV stations take part in this drill throughout the day. This is a great time time to review your own safety plans with your children. As a school we will practice our tornado and severe weather drill next week due to the middle school's state assessment schedule this week.
CMS Students Participate in Science Olympiad State Tournament Science Olympiad Div B team claims victory at the state tournament. It was only the second time CMS has ever competed in the Science Olympiad state tournament. Science Olympiad is a national STEM competition that requires knowledge of science topics and engineering skills. It captures the kind of interest, enthusiasm, and commitment of science that is typical of an athletic team. The program is designed to increase student interest and test scores in science, while strengthening problem solving and teamwork skills. High school science teacher and coach, Thomas Lengyel, elucidates, “These young brains get the opportunity to use creative problem solving to find solutions preparing them for careers in the STEM fields including manufacturing and engineering.” The coaches are very proud of all their hard work and success. The team competed against 57 middle schools statewide. In “Ecology,” 9th graders Linnea Teske and Simon Strupp medalled 5th and in “Density Lab,” 8th graders Kilian Poquette and Nathan Seefeld medalled 6th. The Campbellsport Middle School Science Olympiad team competed in the Wisconsin Science Olympiad State Tournament at UW-Milwaukee on Saturday, April 7th. They placed 13th overall, with 57 teams from across the state competing. The group of 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grade students worked extremely hard in 23 events and showed great perseverance. They were able to have a lot of fun at the tournament while enhancing their science knowledge and developing their collaboration, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills. Congratulations to our Science Olympiad Team.
The Campbellsport FFA will be hosting their 77th Annual Banquet in the MS-HS Cafeteria this Sunday, April 15, from 1-2:30pm. The cost is $10 per person for the meal which consists of chicken and beef tips. If you are interested in attending, please contract Ms. Hatzinger at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please come out and support the CHS FFA Chapter.
The Campbellsport MS-HS is having a sneak peak of the newly constructed areas on Thursday, April 12 from 4-6pm. If you have questions, please contact Paul Amundson at email@example.com
The Campbellsport Middle School parent informational night on April 19th has been cancelled. We are working on an open house night in the fall due to new construction and remodeling of our building. If you have any questions, please contact the middle school at 533-1263.
All Campbellsport School District after school activities are cancelled for Tuesday, April 3
All after school activities are cancelled for Tuesday, April 2
Vision Statement The Campbellsport School District strives to create a safe and respectful school community where collaboration and professionalism promote the development of an inquisitive student body engaged in a challenging, dynamic curriculum enhanced by meaningful technology.