The past 2 days, several CHS students participated in the Dorian Music Festival. This was an awesome experience for our students and we are proud of their efforts.
The following students passed the SolidWorks Certified Associates Exam (CSWA) The CSWA exam is a three hour industry benchmark exam that tests students ability to create and dr...
CHS Sophomore Joe Krahn and Junior Lucas Gierach recently passed the SolidWorks CSWP (Professional) Industry exam. The CSWP is a three hour and 20 minute advanced 3D Mechanic...
Tuesday 22 January 2019
Tuesday, January 22: All after school activities are canceled for the Campbellsport School District.
On Tuesday, January 15th, 30 students from grades 6-8 participated in the annual National Geographic Bee. Students had to answer a myriad of challenging questions about both United States and World geography through a series of preliminary, final, and championship rounds, both verbally and written. Placing 2nd and 3rd (respectively) were 8th graders Mercedes Herrmann and Jamie Reilly. Finishing in 1st place was 7th grader Jeffrey Retzlaff. Jeffrey will now complete an online state qualifying exam. If he scores high enough, he will compete at the state competition in Madison, WI, and potentially go on to the national competition held in Washington D.C. where he will have the opportunity to win scholarships and a free trip! Congratulations to all participants, and excellent job, Jeffrey! view image
Check out some of the quotes from our 8th graders who attended the Career Connection field trip yesterday! It’s amazing seeing our students eager and excited about their futures! view image
This week the 7th and 8th graders attended the Career Connection Academy at Moraine Park Technical College. They were able to participate and engage in hands on activities that allowed them to explore different career pathways from over 65 business representatives in the Fond du Lac area. view image
During the month of December, the Campbellsport Middle School Student Council held a reverse advent calendar food drive. Every day of the month, the students in grades 6-8 were assigned various food items to bring to donate to our local food pantry. Altogether the students brought in nearly 20 boxes full of food to be donated. Thanks to those who participated to help families in need during the holiday season! view image