Cudahy High School recently held their Banquet Awards dinner. Congratulations to the following award winners.
Ducan Kostowicz-Donald McShane (play)
Matt Kepper - Liuonel (play)
Vince Rolbiecki - Sir Evelyn (musical) - Winner
Cameron V. - Moonface (musical)
Duncan Kostowicz - Billy (musical)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR
CJ Guerrero - Maxie (play) - Winner
Trevor Frahman - Eddie (play)
Ken Ewert - Mr. Whitney (musical)
Jorgo Lika - Captain (musical)
Nick Thien - Stewert (musical)
Luren Marvel - Maddie (play)
Crystal Jones - Tyrolia (play)
Alex Romfoe - Kitty (play)
Teddy Wolters - Doris (play) - Winner
Sarah Kepper - Reno(musical)
Roxanne Thiede - Hope(musical)
Carrissa Kissinger - Bonnie(musical)
BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Becky Fansler - Helen (play) - Winner
Sam Prieser - Sarah (play)
Cassie K. - Bertha (play)
EmmaLea Marvell - Bobbie June (play)
Allie Pritzl - Nelva (play)
RICHARD HASKE AWARD
Tyler Steeno - Winner
DIRTY HANDS AWARD
Jorgo Lika - Winner
THEATRE TECHNICIAN AWARD
Joey Buichl - Winner
SENIOR THEATRE AWARD
Duncan Kostowicz - Winner
CHILDREN'S THEATER AWARD
Alexis Knight - Winner
Courtney Krznarich - Winner
On Thursday, May 26 at 9 a.m., Cudahy High School held its annual Renaissance Assembly in the high school auditorium. At the assembly, more than 200 Cudahy High School students were honored for their work in the classroom throughout the 2010-2011 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 also received an invitation to the assembly.
The mission of Cudahy High School’s Renaissance Program is to recognize the efforts of students in the classroom. In addition to the year-end assembly, Renaissance rewards students every quarter if the students earn a GPA of 3.0 or higher, if they achieve perfect attendance, or if they improve their GPA by .5 or more from the previous quarter. Together, we celebrate with and recognize the accomplishments of our students.
Laissez les bon temps rouler! (Let the good times roll) is what they say in New Orleans.
Over spring break the Cudahy High School Concert Choir and Chaperones went on a trip to New Orleans, LA and did indeed let the good times roll. Performance highlights included a performance at Jackson Square in the French Quarter, Patriotic music at the National D-Day museum, and Steamboat cruise with an impromptu performance with the “Dukes of Dixieland”. Other touring highlights include Mardis Gras World, an above ground cemetery tour, a walking tour of the French quarter, the Audubon Aquarium, a swamp tour on the bayou, and eating plenty of the Cajun and Creole cuisine that New Orleans is famous for. While in the city the students also were able to experience many live performances by Jazz musicians because “Jazz Fest” was going on at the time. The students represented the high school and the city very well and they were extremely well behaved and polite to everyone they met. The trip was a huge success! Thank you to all of the parents and chaperones who made this all possible.
The graduation of our amazing seniors will take place at the Cudahy High School on June 9.
Date: June 9, 2011
Time: 7:00 PM
Where: Cudahy Fieldhouse.