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Congratulations to the CHS Wrestling Team for winning regionals! Great job wrestlers and coaches.
Friday 22 March 2019
Congratulations to CHS Seniors Issac Grahl--Herb Kohl Student Excellence Scholarship winner and Lauryn Zurn--Herb Kohl Student Initiative Scholarship winner. Great job, Lauryn and Issac! view image
The Campbellsport Science Olympiad had a FANTASTIC time learning during the State STEM expo and winning during the State competition this past weekend. The team placed 10th overall. Special congrats to Sam Ellenbecker & Nathan Seefeld - 2nd in AERIAL SCRAMBLE Video of Flight Nolan Carpenter & Emily Reigle - 5th in GAME ON Natalie Coon & Nolan Carpenter - 5th in GEOCACHING Nathan Seefeld & Kilian Poquette - 4th in THERMODYNAMICS Jamie Reillly & Harper Poquette - 7th in BOOMILEVER Video of Boomilever Hala King & Nick Moran - 8th in DISEASE DETECTIVES Harper Poquette, Sam Ellenbecker, & Liam Peterson - 8th in PICTURE THIS Zavier Chipman, Natalie Coon, & Nick Moran - 9th in EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN Nolan Carpenter & Kilian Poquette - 9th in AMAZING MECHATRONICS view image
On Friday, March 15th, the Campbellsport middle school forensics team traveled to Slinger Middle School for our last meet of the season. The team is proud to announce that three of our groups earned medals: Brianna Thompson (Infomercial) earned a 1st place medal, Kaylie Beisbier (Humorous Solo) earned a 3rd place medal, and Ella Goebel, Danielle Wettstein, and Mykayla Fabry (Group Acting) earned 3rd place medals. view image
Visual Arts Classic Regional Campbellsport high school art students have been busy this winter creating a variety of art pieces. They made their third appearance at the Visual Arts Classic regional held at Cardinal Stritch University on March 8th. This year’s theme is Back to Basics: Art and Simplicity. Over 50 schools participate in Wisconsin at 8 regionals. Each school can send a team of 12 students that bring a long term art project to be judged. Students also compete on site creating another art form in three hours at the regional. The team works together and study’s 10 artists prior to the competition and they participated in a quiz bowl and critical thinking event against 6 other schools. The pool of participating schools at the Stritch Regional were Martin Luther, South Milwaukee, Franklin, Neenah, Mount Horeb, and Greendale. The team events were highly competitive this year and CHS did not place in the quiz bowl but did earn a third place in the critical thinking event. In individual categories, Campbellsport did the best they have ever done. CHS walked away with 13 first place finishes, 8 seconds and 3 thirds. All first placed events earn a trip to the state competition in Madison on April 12th. The Visual Arts Classic (VAC) gives students an opportunity to create art in a wide selection of media. Those mediums include: drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, art history, graphic design, traditional photography, personal adornment, digital photography, video and fiber arts. The CHS team represented 8 of the possible 12 art medium choices. The 2019 VAC team of 12 can also have 3 alternates. This year with two members getting ill, two alternates had to step up and participate for those spots at the regional. Members of the team are seniors Jayson Johnson, Janie Hodny, Layton Stoffel, Chloe Koth, Rachel Baumhardt, Lily Lindgren, Abby Ruplinger. Juniors are Alyssa Warnecke, Ashley Dreikosen, Autumn Erickson, Hailey Brenner and sophomore Lily McCanathan. Alternates are junior Riley Shurpit who stepped up and made a yarn painting in the art history medium and freshman Alayna Meilahn in the drawing category. Freshman Tessa Homuth was the third alternate. The three students going to state for their onsite performance will make another project in Madison in three hours. Those students are Johnson in drawing, Dreikosen in printmaking and Ruplinger in digital photography. The long term artwork heading to Madison: drawings from Johnson and Warnecke, painting by Hodny, print by Dreikosen, ceramic tea set by Stoffel and Koth, sculpture by McClanathan, mosaic by Brenner and digital photographs by Lindgren and Ruplinger. The artwork will be hung in a gallery at the UW campus and judged again with the other winners from the regionals around the state. view image
On March 4, the Campbellsport High School Forensics team hosted the ECC meet. We earned silver medals: Joseph Krahn - Radio, Rachel Baumhardt and Chloe Koth - Play Acting, Kayla Bertram - Poetry, Dalton Casey and Amber Thompson - Prose, and Morgan Cooper - Solo Serious. view image