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Looking for something free to do tonight? Come enjoy great music at the Cudahy High School. Our Cudahy High School Choir will perform the works of Brahms in their masterworks concert at 7 pm in the High School auditorium. Hope to see you there!
Cudahy High School Drumline in their 2011 Show called The Heist
Tonight, Cudahy High School will be hosting the spring parent/teacher conferences from 4:00-8:00 P.M. in the CHS field house. This event is a wonderful opportunity for parents/guardians to speak with their child’s teachers about his/her progress. Over the past several years our attendance at this event has grown. Let’s all make it another successful evening!
On February 24, at Lincoln Elementary School, the 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students competed in the District Spelling Bee. To qualify for this competition, the students had to win the classroom competition and then their grade level competition.
The competition was great, but in the end Ian Liban, a 4th grader from Lincoln, claimed the title of District Spelling Bee winner. Emily Peschong, a 6th grader from J.E. Jones was the runner up.
The Spelling Bee lasted 44 rounds. This was the longest competition in years.
Every month, the Renaissance Program at the Cudahy High School recognizes one student from each grade as the student of the month. The January and February Renaissance Students of the Month winners are:
Come to Lincoln Elementary School's biggest family fun event of the year! This year our event will be held on Friday, March 18, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. until 8:30 p.m at Lincoln School. So mark your calendars as it is just around the corner!!!
There will be:
On Wednesday, March 30 - Susie Fono, a long time Milwaukee resident and Holocaust survivor, will speak to the Cudahy High School's Literacy in Action class and share the recounting of her personal wartime experiences in Hungary.
Susie Fono was only seven years old when the Nazis attacked and took over her homeland of Hungary. Despite the young age, Ms. Fono remembered the day when she was banned from performing in the Budapest ballet, when she was made to wear the yellow star, when her father was taken away to a labor camp, and when her grandparents were taken away never to be seen again.
At the time, Nazis imposed ethnic laws on the Jewish population. An estimate of 1/3 of the victims murdered at Auschwitz were Hungarian. 437,402 Jews were deported in 151 trains during the four months of the occupation in Hungary in 1944, according to official German reports. During this time, 136 trains were sent to Auschwitz. 90% of the people on the trains were exterminated on arrival.
The Cudahy High School literacy class, taught by Sonja Rhode, has been reading excepts from the Freedom Writer's Diaries and about a girl who was disfigured because of land mines in the Afghan War. Fono's presentation to the students will tie directly into their study of tolerance.
Aboard the S.S. American are Billy Crocker, as stowaway in love with heiress Hope Harcourt, who in turn is engaged to Lord Evelyn Oakleigh, nightclub singer and former evangelist Reno Sweeney, and Public Enemy #13, Moonface Martin, who is posing as a minister. A series of comical mistaken identities ensues as the passengers and crew sing and dance their way across the Atlantic. Songs such as " ", "I get a kick out of you" and " " are timeless classics.