High School Announcements

Monday, June 10                 It is a "" week              

 

  1. All PE locks must be turned in and lockers must be cleaned out by Monday, June 10th.  All items left behind will be donated.  See Mrs. Cole for questions. 

Tuesday, June 4                        It is a "M" week 

             

  1. There is a sign-up sheet in the high school office for all students interested in going out for cross country in the fall. There will be a cross country meeting after school on Wednesday, June 5 for anyone interested in finding out about the cross country season and maybe joining the cross country team.   This is a meeting for both high school and middle school cross country.  Coach Du Mez will also be handing out expected workouts to be done over the summer leading up to the season.
  2. The GSA Club will be meeting during lunch in Mrs G's room.  Please stop by if you are interested in participating in or learning more about the Pride Ride and Flow event at Bold Cycle and Yoga on the Lake this Friday.

Wednesday, May 29                   It is a "T" week 

    

  1. There is a sign-up sheet in the high school office for all students interested in going out for cross country in the fall.

Thursday, May 30       It is a "T" week          

 

  1. There is a sign-up sheet in the high school office for all students interested in going out for cross country in the fall.
  2. This is a reminder for the seniors; Baccalaureate practice is tomorrow during bomber time.  Make sure you have transportation to and from the Walderhaus or see Mr. Brown.  A copy of the line-up has been sent to you in an email.  Make sure to take a look at who you will be walking in with.  

Friday, May 31                              It is a "T" week 

 

  1. There is a sign-up sheet in the high school office for all students interested in going out for cross country in the fall. There will be a cross country meeting after school on Wednesday, June 6 for anyone interested in finding out about the cross country season and maybe joining the cross country team.   This is a meeting for both high school and middle school cross country.  Coach Du Mez will also be handing out expected workouts to be done over the summer leading up to the season.  Thanks for thinking about cross country.  I guarantee that you will have the most fun you have had and work the hardest of any sport you have ever been participated in. 
  2. This is a reminder for the seniors; Baccalaureate practice is today during bomber time.  Make sure you have transportation to and from the Walderhaus or see Mr. Brown.  A copy of the line-up has been sent to you in an email.  Make sure to take a look at who you will be walking in with.  
  3. Arthur Ashe stated “The ideal (tennis) attitude is to be physically loose and mentally tight.” Thursday’s state matches were certainly a test of being mentally tight for our five Kohler qualifiers.  Congratulations to Johnny Vallo and Xavier Dekeme on advancing to the next round after a nail-biter, come-from-behind, 11-9 super tie-breaker win against the Prairie School!  They will play round two, today, at 12:30 against #2 seeded, Notre Dame.  Kudos to Joe Conklin and Leo Fink who also battled in a close super tie-breaker, to fall just short against LaCrosse Logan. 
    Finally, cheers to George Palof for a hard-fought, 1 1/2 hour match against Notre Dame where the 1-6, 1-6 final result didn’t reflect most games posting extremely close scoring. 
  4. Last night, the Girls Varsity Soccer team defeated Sevastopol-Gibraltar by a score of 8-0.  Sami Renzelmann scored 4 goals, Izzy O’Donnell scored a hat-trick, and Morgan Sell had 1 goal.  The goals were assisted by Cecelia Zielke, Sami, Izzy, Elly Udovich, and Molly Thomack.  With this win, the team advances to the Regional Championship.  The game will be played at Kohler on Saturday at 7:00 pm against New Holstein.  Come out and support the team.  Let’s go Bombers!