Congratulations to the 3nd quarter honor roll students of J.E. Jones Elementary School.
Congratulations to the 3nd quarter honor roll students of Lincoln Elementary School.
Congratulations to the 3nd quarter honor roll students of Kosciuszko Elementary School.
Herwig , Brock
Hierl , Michael
Kern , Peyton
Congratulations to the 3rd quarter honor roll students of Cudahy High School
SENIORS - HIGH HONORS
De Rosia, Jayme
Congratulations to the 2nd quarter honor roll students of Cudahy Middle School
GRADE 7 - HIGH HONOR
Ledoux , Connor
Lika , Jorgo
Muzia JR, Edward
Please join us for a night of outstanding entertainment! Over 30 acts will be showcasing their many talents that will make for one amazing show!
When: Thursday, May 14
Where: Lincoln Elementary Lunchroom
Recently, Cudahy High School student Marlene Ridgway spent a lot of her own time helping to find a cure for Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Because of her strong performances at a recent pom pons competition, Marlene was selected as a state-wide all star. Part of the acceptance of this award requires these young ladies to help a worthy cause. This year’s benefactor was the MS Society, and Marlene was a huge help. Her efforts throughout the school day and before/after, allowed her the chance to send in hundreds of dollars to the MS Society.
Congratulations to you Marlene for going above and beyond what is expected. We are all very proud of you and your efforts!
At Cudahy High School, Luke Demos and Emily Casey were recently recognized as Brady Scholarship winners. Each year the Brady Corporation recognizes a male and female senior who are in the top ten percent of their graduating class, have participated in at least one sport, and have been active in at least one other school or community activity. Congratulations Luke and Emily!
Tonight, Mr. Zore will provide an informational presentation in the high school cafeteria for Junior students and their parents.
Topics include: 4 year college admission requirements and procedures, 2 year university of Wisconsin centers, MATC college transfer program, 1 and 2 year technical colleges, Tests: ACT, Accuplacer, ASVAB, and SAT, Scholarships, and financial aid. We hope you can come to this very informative meeting.
On April 23, Lincoln school hosted the Math Counts competition. Math Counts is a district wide math contest for 5th and 6th graders.
For each school, students are given a math test. The top six students from each grade level then compete at the school level, with the competition held in front of their peers. The winners then proceed to the district level.
On Thursday May 28th the Kosciuszko Student Council, PTA, and Inspire Salon are all teaming up together for Locks of Love. This event will be held in the Kosciuszko Elementary School gym, 5252 S. Kirkwood Ave., from 3:00pm-6:00pm. Donated hair must be at least 6 inches or longer, any chemically treated hair is acceptable. Anyone can donate hair - moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends! Children must be accompanied by an adult or bring a permission slip. Permissions slips can be filled out the night of the event. Bob cuts only (one length), will be given after
the donation of hair.
For the second year in a row, a group of Cudahy High School wood students held a Freedom Pen Turn-a-Thon. In conjunction with state and national events, the students made (turned) beautiful wood pens in the woods shop. These pens will be sent to the service men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan.
At the end of April, the Woodland Conference recognized its top eight students from each school at its annual academic banquet. Representing Cudahy High School were Amarildo Ademaj, Kamille Bustos, Emily Casey, Alisa Damitz, Luke Demos, Rebecca Heian, Samantha Homa, and Donnavon Swirth. These students finished with the top eight grade point averages in this year's graduating class. Congratulations!
On May 6 and 7, the Lincoln school 6th graders went on an outdoor education trip to Camp MacLean. Some of the activies of this trip were:
team adventure course
Dutch oven cooking
Each year, high schools in Wisconsin nominate graduating seniors of their choice for a very prestigious distinction title, The Wisconsin All-State Scholars award. Over one hundred students traditionally receive scholarships. Recipients are chosen based on their overall grade point averages and ACT/SAT test score.
This year, the nominees for the Wisconsin All-State Scholars Program at Cudahy High School are Alisa Damitz and Luke Demos!
Did you have Mrs. Lipske for a kindergarten teacher? Do you know anyone who has had Mrs. Lipske as a teacher?
On Thursday, May 28 at 9 a.m., Cudahy High School will be celebrating its annual Renaissance Assembly in the high school auditorium. At the assembly, more than 300 Cudahy High School students will be honored for their work in the classroom throughout the 2008-2009 school year. To receive an invitation to the assembly, students must have either earned a 3.0 grade point average (GPA) or achieved perfect attendance for each of the first three quarters of the school year.
Winners of the Renaissance student of the month awards during this school year will also receive an invitation to the assembly. Renaissance students of the month are nominated by Cudahy High School faculty and staff members. Congratulations to the following students who have been awarded student of the month at some point during the 2008-2009 school year:
- Seniors: Alisa Damitz, Larry Savage, Samantha Polfer, Samantha Homa, Kamille Bustos, Nickie Brister, and Amanda Janik
- Juniors: Alex Hernandez, Alexis Rivera, Derek Puczylowski, Nick Burmester, Lynn Sobota, Virginia Kibler, and Samantha Farvour
- Sophomores: Maricruz Sanchez, Ken Bustos, Matt Richardson, Katie Lutomski, Zach Plachinski, Mitchell Stahl, and Thong Xiong
- Freshmen: Ken Ewert, Jose Lopez, Ina Tahiraj, Samantha Hoeft, Kyle Leannah, Joey Rogers, and Gillian Miner
At Kosciuszko School, Mr. Andy Peronto recently won the raffle for Principal for a Day. In the morning, he went to Cudahy High School to follow and learn from Mr. Haeger. During lunch, Andy and Mr. Katte worked lunch duty together. In the afternoon, Andy served as Kosciuszko's principal, while Mr. Katte sat and did school work. This was a great day for everyone involved!