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Hand shakes and words were once stronger than a contract. However, today many claim to be trustworthy and too often, it's all talk and no action.
- be honest with themselves
- be responsible for their own actions
- be straightforward and honest with those around them in a positive, respectful manner
- become a person everyone can trust
On Tuesday, November 25, Lincoln School held a free showing of Kung Fu Panda sponsored by the PTA. Kids, parents, and teachers had a great time watching this movie with their pillows, blankets, and free popcorn! After the movie, there were several free raffles. It was a great night!
J.E. Jones just participated in a program with Time Warner Cable called Read to Feed.
For every book read, Time Warner Cable will donate one can of food to an area food pantry. The school just tallied up the number of books. The students read read 440 books! Great job!
Every month, the Renaissance Program at the Cudahy High School recognizes one student from each grade as the student of the month. The November Renaissance Students of the Month winners are:
Senior: Kamille Bustos
Junior: Lynn Sobota
Sophomore: Zach Plachinski
Freshman: Kyle Leannah
On Tuesday, December 22 at 7 p.m. in the Cudahy High School Auditorium, the Elementary School Orchestras will perform a Winter Concert. The concert involves the 4th-6th grade orchestra students from the whole district, with a combined piece at the end where over 100 students will play on stage at once.
Come see the Cudahy High School Orchestra and Cudahy High School Jazz Band on Wednesday, December 10 at 7 p.m.
The Symphony Orchestra, which combines the string, woodwind, brass, and percussion students, will perform three exciting pieces, including our traditional piece, Christmas Festival by Leroy Anderson. This piece has been played at our Winter Concert for over 15 years in a row.
When: December 10 at 7 P.M.
Where: Cudahy High School Auditorium
On Thursday, December 11, students from Cudahy Middle School and Cudahy High School will perform for a Holiday Concert at St. Luke's Hospital in Cudahy. The program will feature holiday music from the Cudahy Middle School Pops Strings and the Cudahy High School Pops Strings, Chamber Choir, and Jazz Band. The program is at 6:30 pm and free and open to everyone.
Come to the Pancake Breakfast and Santa’s Holiday Gift Shop at Kosciuszko School!
Family Picture Portraits! Cookie Decorating! Pictures with Santa!
Where: Kosciuszko School
When: Saturday, December 13, 2008
Time: 8:30-11:30 A.M.
Cost per breakfast: $4.00 per person or $12.00 per Family - Children under 3 are free
Holiday Gift Shop: Most items priced from $.25 up to $10.00
Family Picture Portraits: 5x7 - $7:00 8x10 - $10:00 Photos will be taken between 8:30-11:30
On Wednesday, November 19, a group of Cudahy High School writers traveled to UW-Whitewater to participate in the Creative Writing Festival.
J.E. Jones just ended the Project Concern Food Drive, which ran from November 10 to November 21. The school raised 426 items of non-perishable food that will go to the local food pantry.
Project Concern is a non-profit organization serving of Cudahy and St. Francis.
Three members of the Cudahy High School band have been chosen to participate in the 42nd annual University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UW-M) Honors Band.
Stephanie Ruditys (clarinet)
Joe Caruso (alto saxophone)
Andre Reyes (trombone)
These students were selected through a nomination process and will be auditioning for placement in several bands. In addition, these students will be involved in ensemble rehearsals, master classes, and performances by UW-M music groups.
Congratulations to the 1st quarter honor roll students for General Mitchell
Knight, Kayley Pruszka, James Thein, Ashley
Olson, Sydney Russell, Nicholas Tisch, Katelyn
Peronto, Spencer Schmidt, Kayla Tomko, Robert
Pradarelli, Matthew Steffen, Callie Vaughn, McKenzie
Congratulations to the honor roll students for J.E. Jones
Brooks, Renee Jozefczyk, Adam Povolo, Dawson
DeLange, Alexis Lopez, Mark Secker, Isabelle
Gyland, Dominick McGeary, Caitlyn Sweeney, Eric
Holtz, Alexander Peschong, Emily Windschanz, Jared
Jeschke, Joseph Piparo, Nicholas Windsor, Cori
Congratulations to the 1st quarter honor roll students for Park View
Badji, D'Astou Magestro, Carmen Petrusczak, Adrian
Esquivel, Antonio Mitchell, Courtney Piotrowski, Nathan
Gaba, Keida Moore, Chloe Sponholz, Cassandra
Gaida, Savannah Nguyen-Mai, Ngoc Ziolkowski, Jack
Bentancourt, Zoe Liegler, Vincent Steele, Nicholas
Dean, Chloe Liskowitz, Daizy Studzinski, Sabel
DeLao, Maria Lister, Cody Torres, Idaliz
Herbert, Michael Mikula, Anna Toth, Eric
Hierl, Michael Murphy, Rusty Villa, Christopher
Krznarich, Savanah Moore, Nicole Zielinski, Bethany
Kern, Peyton Schmitz, India
Congratulations to the 1st quarter honor roll students for Lincoln Elementary
Congratulations to the 1st quarter honor roll students of Cudahy Middle School
GRADE 7 - HIGH HONORS
JUNIORS - HIGH HONORS
SOPHOMORES - HIGH HONORS
FRESHMEN - HIGH HONORS
SENIORS - HONORS
JUNIORS - HONORS
SOPHOMORES - HONORS
FRESHMEN - HONORS
On December 12, the J.E. Jones raffle/silent auction was a wonderful success! The school plans to use the money earned from this event for a SMART Board and guided reading books.
Kosciuszko school just finished their 2008 Annual Food Drive for Project Concern.
January 15 & 16, 2009 for Girls Grades 1—8
Ages K-5—gr. 8