Announcements

Monday, March 13                        

                                 

1.Congratulations to Leon Chen and Cam Uselding for placing first at the JA/Acuity Business Challenge March 11. The second year in a row that Kohler High School placed first. Their team will move on to the State Business Challenge in April. In this challenge, the teams become the CEOs of their own companies and try to outperform the competition in a simulated business strategy tournament.  Congratulations to all the other Kohler students who participated, Kohler had over half of the teams at the challenge. What a great showing.

2.All Kohler HS Boys interested in playing tennis NEED to attend the Tennis Organization/Sign-up Meeting today from 3:00 - 4:00 in the gym lobby. The season starts in just a few weeks and the Bombers will be defending their Conference Championship. This is an important meeting, if for some reason you cannot attend please leave your name and contact information with Lynn Vander Schaaf.

3.Tickets are now on sale for the High School Spring Play: Almost, Maine.  Come support your classmates and students for a one hour show filled with humor and romance.  At $5, these tickets are limited, so please purchase yours in the high school office.  Show dates are April 7th and 8th at 7pm, and Sunday, April 9th at 2pm.  Thanks, and see you there!

4. If you are taking an AP class and are interested in taking the AP exam, please fill in the order form found on the school’s website and return it to the high school office along with the $93 fee. The deadline to sign up is tomorrow. Strong performance on AP Exams is rewarded by colleges and universities worldwide. By entering college with AP credits students will have the time to move into upper-level courses in their field of interest, pursue a double major, or travel abroad.

5.Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

 

 

 Tuesday, March 14                                                                                                

1.Track athletes: we will be having our fund raiser phone -a- thon today from 5:30 - 6:15ish.  Make sure to bring your list and a cell phone.  All sweatshirt orders have to be in by Wednesday the 15t.

2. There will be a Key Club meeting today in the band room during bomber time

3.All Kohler HS Boys interested in playing tennis NEED to attend the Tennis Organization/Sign-up Meeting today from 3:00 - 4:00 in the gym lobby. The season starts in just a few weeks and the Bombers will be defending their Conference Championship. This is an important meeting, if for some reason you cannot attend please leave your name and contact information with Lynn Vander Schaaf.

4.Tickets are now on sale for the High School Spring Play: Almost, Maine.  Come support your classmates and students for a one hour show filled with humor and romance.  At $5, these tickets are limited, so please purchase yours in the high school office.  Show dates are April 7th and 8th at 7pm, and Sunday, April 9th at 2pm.  Thanks, and see you there!

5.Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

 

 Wednesday, March 8                    It is a "8" week                                                                      

1.Seniors; if you ordered a cap or gown form Jostens please come to the high school office to pick it up.  

2.All FPS teams that have made it to state need to see Mrs. Grossen today.

3.All Kohler HS Boys interested in playing tennis NEED to attend the Tennis Organization/Sign-up Meeting next Monday, March 13th from 3:00 - 4:00 in the gym lobby. The season starts in just a few weeks and the Bombers will be defending their Conference Championship. This is an important meeting, if for some reason you can not attend please leave you name and contact information with Lynn Vander Schaaf.

4.Tickets are now on sale for the High School Spring Play: Almost, Maine.  Come support your classmates and students for a one hour show filled with humor and romance.  At $5, these tickets are limited, so please purchase yours in the high school office.  Show dates are April 7th and 8th at 7pm, and Sunday, April 9th at 2pm.  Thanks, and see you there!

5.There will be a mandatory Boys Tennis Organization/Sign-up Meeting on Monday, March 13th from 3:00 - 4:00 in the gym lobby.

6. Camp Evelyn is looking to hire a Kitchen Aid (minimum age 18) for the months of June through August. This individual will assists the head cook with all food service operations of camp including purchasing, preparation, nutrition, record keeping and sanitation. Responsible for the supervision and operation of camp food service when head cook is away. Staff benefits include salary, room and board, certification training offered: Archery, Mandated Reporting, Lifeguard, CPR, AED, and First Aid, widespread and in-depth staff training, opportunity to live, play, and work in the outdoors, become a child’s hero and make new friends and create a network of relationships and contacts that will last a lifetime. For more information visit http://www.gsmanitou.org/Camp/summer-job-opportunities

7. If you are taking an AP class and are interested in taking the AP exam, please fill in the order form found on the school’s website and return it to the high school office along with the $93 fee. The deadline to sign up is March 10, 2017. Strong performance on AP Exams is rewarded by colleges and universities worldwide. By entering college with AP credits students will have the time to move into upper-level courses in their field of interest, pursue a double major, or travel abroad.

 

Thursday, March 9                It is a "M" week                       

 

1.Seniors; if you ordered a cap or gown form Jostens please come to the high school office to pick it up.  

2.Attention all band and choir members attending the New York trip next week: Reminder that there is a meeting during 5th hour in the theater today. Please see Ms. Stokes or Mr. T with any questions.

3.Congratulations to FPS group members Remy Havens, Katie Wilkens, Christy Zheng and Bridget Bullard, Ana Twohig, Marcella Senti, and Courtney Yang for qualifying for the FPS State Bowl in April.  Maddie Weiland also place 3rd in the Scenario writing division. Any FPS team that didn't qualify for state can see their results in Mrs. Grossen's room.

4.Friday during bomber time all seniors’ should report to the band room for a senior class meeting.

5.All Kohler HS Boys interested in playing tennis NEED to attend the Tennis Organization/Sign-up Meeting next Monday, March 13th from 3:00 - 4:00 in the gym lobby. The season starts in just a few weeks and the Bombers will be defending their Conference Championship. This is an important meeting, if for some reason you cannot attend please leave your name and contact information with Lynn Vander Schaaf.

6.Tickets are now on sale for the High School Spring Play: Almost, Maine.  Come support your classmates and students for a one hour show filled with humor and romance.  At $5, these tickets are limited, so please purchase yours in the high school office.  Show dates are April 7th and 8th at 7pm, and Sunday, April 9th at 2pm.  Thanks, and see you there!

7.Camp Evelyn is looking to hire a Kitchen Aid (minimum age 18) for the months of June through August. This individual will assists the head cook with all food service operations of camp including purchasing, preparation, nutrition, record keeping and sanitation. Responsible for the supervision and operation of camp food service when head cook is away. Staff benefits include salary, room and board, certification training offered: Archery, Mandated Reporting, Lifeguard, CPR, AED, and First Aid, widespread and in-depth staff training, opportunity to live, play, and work in the outdoors, become a child’s hero and make new friends and create a network of relationships and contacts that will last a lifetime. For more information visit http://www.gsmanitou.org/Camp/summer-job-opportunities

8. If you are taking an AP class and are interested in taking the AP exam, please fill in the order form found on the school’s website and return it to the high school office along with the $93 fee. The deadline to sign up is tomorrow. Strong performance on AP Exams is rewarded by colleges and universities worldwide. By entering college with AP credits students will have the time to move into upper-level courses in their field of interest, pursue a double major, or travel abroad.

9.Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications. 

   Friday, March 10                     It is a "M" week 

1.Seniors; if you ordered a cap or gown form Jostens please come to the high school office to pick it up.  

2.Attention all band and choir members attending the New York trip next week: Reminder that there is a meeting during 5th hour in the theater today. Please see Ms. Stokes or Mr. T with any questions.

3.Congratulations to FPS group members Remy Havens, Katie Wilkens, Christy Zheng and Bridget Bullard, Ana Twohig, Marcella Senti, and Courtney Yang for qualifying for the FPS State Bowl in April.  Maddie Weiland also place 3rd in the Scenario writing division. Any FPS team that didn't qualify for state can see their results in Mrs. Grossen's room.

4.Friday during bomber time all seniors’ should report to the band room for a senior class meeting.

5.All Kohler HS Boys interested in playing tennis NEED to attend the Tennis Organization/Sign-up Meeting next Monday, March 13th from 3:00 - 4:00 in the gym lobby. The season starts in just a few weeks and the Bombers will be defending their Conference Championship. This is an important meeting, if for some reason you cannot attend please leave your name and contact information with Lynn Vander Schaaf.

6.Tickets are now on sale for the High School Spring Play: Almost, Maine.  Come support your classmates and students for a one hour show filled with humor and romance.  At $5, these tickets are limited, so please purchase yours in the high school office.  Show dates are April 7th and 8th at 7pm, and Sunday, April 9th at 2pm.  Thanks, and see you there!

7.Camp Evelyn is looking to hire a Kitchen Aid (minimum age 18) for the months of June through August. This individual will assists the head cook with all food service operations of camp including purchasing, preparation, nutrition, record keeping and sanitation. Responsible for the supervision and operation of camp food service when head cook is away. Staff benefits include salary, room and board, certification training offered: Archery, Mandated Reporting, Lifeguard, CPR, AED, and First Aid, widespread and in-depth staff training, opportunity to live, play, and work in the outdoors, become a child’s hero and make new friends and create a network of relationships and contacts that will last a lifetime. For more information visit http://www.gsmanitou.org/Camp/summer-job-opportunities

8. If you are taking an AP class and are interested in taking the AP exam, please fill in the order form found on the school’s website and return it to the high school office along with the $93 fee. The deadline to sign up is tomorrow. Strong performance on AP Exams is rewarded by colleges and universities worldwide. By entering college with AP credits students will have the time to move into upper-level courses in their field of interest, pursue a double major, or travel abroad.

9.Any junior or senior interested in participating in student Rotarian please come to the high school office for more information. Students attend three noon meetings for one month. All meetings will be held at the Elk’s club. The meetings begin at about noon and end about 1 hour later. The Sheboygan Early bird and Sheboygan West Rotary clubs provide scholarships to students that are involved. As Rotary is a service club this also looks great on college applications.