Monday, May 22 No school on Friday
1.A representative from Lakeland University will be here during bomber Time. All interested Juniors and Sophomores are encouraged to attend this information session in Mrs. Voice's office.
2.There will be a girl’s tennis meeting on Thursday, May 25nd at 3:15 in the event lobby. Any 8th grade girl that is interested in playing tennis in the fall should plan on attending
3.Kohler is looking to create a cheer/dance team for our school. Any interested students please sign up in the office for more information.
Tuesday, May 23 No school on Friday
1.There will be a girl’s tennis meeting on Thursday, May 25nd at 3:15 in the event lobby. Any 8th grade girl that is interested in playing tennis in the fall should plan on attending
2.There will be a key club meeting today during bomber time.
3.Congratulations to the boy's and girl's track team as the boys will be advancing 8 events to sectionals and the girls 6 events. Congratulations to the following athletes who will be advancing: Brett Steenwyk with a second place in the 800 run. Jack Kral with a 4th place finish in the 1600 run. Nic Veldhorst with a 4th place finish in the 3200 run. Russel Toman in both the 110 (2nd place finish) and 300 hurdles. Russel was the regional champion in the 300 hurdles. The 4 x 800 relay team of Brett Steenwyk, Nic Veldhorst, Joe Kay and Max Holmes who were also regional champions in the event. The 4 x 1600 relay team of Collin Adams, Brett Steenwyk, Andrew Maglio and Russel Toman with a 3rd place finish. Caleb Rahn with a 4th place finish in the discus and also breaking the Kohler Junior Discus record of 150'8 set in 1989 and the school record of 159' set in 1994. The girls will compete at sectionals in the following events: Madeling Thomas placed 2nd in the 200 dash. Elsie Kay placing 4th in the 1600 run; Elie Steenwyk placing 4th in the 3200 run; Megan Sprinkman placing 3rd in the 300 hurdles; the 4 x 100 and 4 x 200 relay teams of Abi Wimmer, Madeline Thomas, Grace Nugent, and Megan Sprinkman who were Regional champions in the 400 relay and placed 4th in the 800 relay; 4.Congratulations to all the track athletes for their outstanding performances.
5.The Boys Tennis Team competed in sub sectionals yesterday at Notre Dame and they are in 1rst Place with 22 pts followed by Notre Dame at 20 pts. All four singles players got the 1 seed, 1 and 2 doubles got the 2 seeds, and 3 doubles got the 3 seed. All our players made it through, except for 2 doubles who had a very tough 2nd round match, to W Sectional matches at Sports Core. The Boys played smart, inspired tennis. If the Boys win Sectionals they will qualify for Team State. The top flight finishers also qualify for Individual State. Winning our Sectional has been one of the Team Goals this season. Last Friday and Saturday the Bombers hosted a Quad with Regis, Catholic Memorial and Port Washington as final regular season matches. The Bombers beat Port Washington 7-0, and lost 2 very tight matches to Regis 3-4, and Catholic Memorial 3-4. This was great final preparation for sub sectionals. The Team recognized 4 year players, role models, leaders and seniors Noah Becker, Zach Hoell, and Archie Brohn after their last match of the regular season against Catholic Memorial with tributes from the coach, bouquet's for Mom's and 'K' iced sugar cookies for the Team.
6.Kohler is looking to create a cheer/dance team for our school. Any interested students please sign up in the office for more information.
Wednesday,May 24 No school on Friday
1.There will be a girl’s tennis meeting tomorrow at 3:15 in the event lobby. Any girl that is interested in playing tennis in the fall should plan on attending.
2.The Varsity Girls Soccer Team defeated Sheboygan Lutheran last night by a score of 10-0. Khloe Rustan scored a hat-trick; Molly Thomack, Sami Renzelmann, and Izzy O’Donnell each scored 2 goals; and Erin Farrell scored 1 goal. The Team will play Ozaukee tonight at 3:45 pm at Kohler and then Cedar Grove on Thursday night at 5:30 pm at Kohler. Come out and support Varsity Girls Soccer
3.We are getting close to the end of the school year and are encouraging students to return library books that you are not currently reading or using for school projects. Any overdue book should be returned or renewed immediately.
Thursday, May 4 It is a "T" week
1.Next week the freshmen and sophomores will be taking the ACT Aspire test. There is a modified schedule for Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Schedules have been posted in the high school hallways. On Wednesday, May 10th(early release) all high school students will be participating in the Spring Service Day. Students will be bused to various locations at 7:45 and returning to school at 11:40. Most activities will be outside so please make sure you dress appropriately.
2.There is open gym for volleyball tonight from 3:30-5:00pm in the big gym.
3.On Tuesday the Boys Tennis V team beat Howard's Grove 7-0 with 5 of the 7 courts winning 6-0, 6-0. The JV team won 5-1. The team is 4-0 in conference and plays another conference match vs Two Rivers today at 4:00 with V and JV playing at Sports Core outdoor courts. Two Rivers has just 1 JV player. Then yesterday the JV beat Sheboygan South's JV 6-2 winning 4 of 6 singles courts and sweeping 2 doubles courts. Way to Play Bombers!!
4.If you are scheduled to take an AP test please make sure you know the date and time you will be taking your test. All tests will be administered at St. John’s Catholic Church.
5.The Kohler Fire Department is looking for more volunteers at their brat fry this Sunday, May 7. If you are available any time during the day and are in need of service hours, please sign up on the bulletin board outside of Mrs. Romanoski's room.
6.Middle school student council will be sponsoring a Caps for the Cure event Friday, May 5th. Students who would like, can pay $1 to wear a hat of their choice for the entire day. Money will be collected in the cafeteria hallway on Friday morning from 7:20 to 7:40. There will also be a collection jar for those who would like to donate but are not interested in wearing a hat. All money raised will support pediatric cancer research at the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Friday, April 21 It is a "T" week
1.There will be an FPS meeting at lunch in Mrs. Grossen's room for those attending the state bowl.
2.Prom Tickets will go on sale starting Monday April 24th through Friday April 28th during lunch time in the hallway. Ticket prices are Single ticket is $20.00 and Couples are $35.00. All guest passes need to turned into Mrs.Neil by Wednesday May 3rd. Remember Prom is only for Sophomores,Juniors, and Seniors--no Freshman can attend. Tickets can also be purchased from Mrs. Neil.
3.“The Kohler Girls Varsity Soccer Team added another win to their record last night by defeating Sheboygan Lutheran 8-0. Sarah Cassidy, Molly Thomack and Elly Udovich each scored 2 goals and Sami Renzelmann and Cecelia Zielke each scored 1 goal. The various goals were assisted by Erin Farrell, Sarah Cassidy, Sami Renzelmann and Cecelia Zielke. Good luck team in the Sheboygan South Tournament tomorrow!”
4.Congratulations to the boys' and girls' track teams. Last night the boys defeated Mishicot, Manitowoc Lutheran and Sheboygan Lutheran in a quadrangular. The girls came in second losing to Manitowoc Lutheran bty 2 points.
5.Attention seniors: Auditions for featured performances for the end of the year ceremonies will be held on Tuesday, May 2nd. We will begin right after school in the band room. Auditions must include full accompaniment and should be performance ready. Please also bring your preference of ceremony for performance (ie: Graduation, Baccalaureate, Scroll Night etc). Please see Mr. T or Ms. Stokes with any questions.