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May 28 Renaissance Assembly - Celebrating Student Successes!

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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

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. 

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