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boys gr. 9—12
Rugby is a fast paced, fun, safe and exciting sport. The free flowing game is designed for players of all shapes, sizes and athletic abilities.
It involves skills such as running, passing, catching, kicking, decision-making and supporting teammates. It also involves contact elements such as tackling, rucking, mauling, scrimmaging and line-out play that are unique to the game.
At all stages, the emphasis of the players, the coaches and the officials is on safety and fun!
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: FEB 27
Begin mid-February, after school, on the Cudahy High School soccer field, by the Student Parking Lot
The boys’ season is primarily in spring, March through late May, or June.
The season is generally structured in two phases: pool play and play-offs.
$100 Res. / $125 Non-Res.
Each quarter, students at Kosciuszko school win Eagle Awards. This award recognizes outstanding performance and citizenship.
Every month, the Renaissance Program at the Cudahy High School recognizes one student from each grade as the student of the month. The December Renaissance Students of the Month winners are:
Senior: Samantha Homa
Junior: Nick Burmester
Sophomore: Katie Lutomski
Freshman: Samantha Hoeft
At Park View school, we'd like to thank the sixth grade students with their help in organizing and planning the Christmas concert this year. The students assumed many of the responsibilities necessary to make the performance run smoothly.
They contacted members of the community with special invitations. They learned instrument parts, escorted the students on stage, hosted the concert, and designed the program. This experience not only helped the students understand the work involved in producing a concert, it also provided them with the responsibility and ownership skills to make this event their own.
We are all proud of their hard work and assistance!
In December, the string players at Kosciuszko school filled the halls with good cheer and great music. It was a wonderful performance!
On Tuesday, January 13, starting at 6:30 P.M. in the Cudahy High School auditorium, one of our counselors, Mrs. Meyer, will host a college financial planning meeting.
This is a very informative meeting that allows parents a look at all the possibilities when it comes to financing a student’s post-secondary education. For more information, see Mrs. Meyer with any questions (414-294-2708).
The fifth grade book buddies at Kosciuszko school help kindergarten students on a project.
Congratulations to the Cudahy Middle School November Students of the Month!
Congratulations to the Cudahy Middle School December Students of the Month!
The sixth grade students at General Mitchell school recently did a bridge builing project. Working in groups of five, student contractors operate simulated architectural firms to create strong, economical bridges and account for construction costs. Applying their knowledge of math, science, and language are key components for a successful project. Students learn to write checks, balance accounts, maintain a task schedule, use analytical writing, apply the laws of stress, tension and compression, and work with others to accomplish a common goal. This exposes the students to a wide variety of career options in the process!
Day 1: Students helped to select their companies (groups). The task was explained as well as the city's building codes, rules, and violation system. Job roles were selected within the company based on each students strengths. The architects began to sketch their bridge design while the remainder of the group prepared their land with the use of measurement.
Day 2: BRIDGE BUILDING BEGINS! Companies were able to purchase material from the warehouse today. This was the first step in the construction process. They continued to work on building throughout the day. The bridges are coming along wonderfully!
Day 3: Bridge building continues. The students are working hard to complete their bridges for tomorrows bridge breaking ceremony. The structures are looking good and the companies are working hard to problem solve in order to create the strongest and most beautiful bridge they can.
Day 4: THE BRIDGE BREAKING CEREMONY! Bridges were completed in the morning so that in the afternoon, students were able to determine how much weight their bridges could withstand. Awards were provided for the most attractive bridge, the strongest bridge, best architect, carpenter, project manager, and transportation chief. Congratulations sixth grade!
The Reading is Fundamental (RIF) program encourages reading by providing free books to children. At Kosciuszko school, the students enjoy their new books.
Final exams at the Cudahy High School for semester one will be given on January 20-22.
Tuesday, January 20 - Periods 1, 4A, and 6
Wednesday, January 21 - Periods 2, 4B, and 5B
Thursday, January 22 - Periods 3, 5A, and 7
On January 9, the internationally-recognized foreign language ambassador, Uwe Kind gave a presentation and concert for the foreign language students at Cudahy High School. This performance not only excited the students, it also provided a great way to break down inhibitions and motivate the students to speak and sing in a foreign language.
Diane Hoblitzell, third grade teacher at J.E. Jones, will receive the Chamber of Commerce's 2009 Educational Advancement Award. This award will be presented on March 20, 2009 at the Annual Cudahy Chamber of Commerce dinner.
Diane was selected for the award because she exemplifies the best of all of us. She is an outstanding educator who recently completed her 40th year in the District. Congratulations!
The second grade students at General Mitchell school went on a Forest of Senses Nature Walk/Scavenger Hunt in Cudahy Park.
On Friday, January 23, Lincoln Elementary held its annual Fundraiser Celebration - Bouncy Fun Night. The students spent the evening playing on inflatable rides, participating in games, listening to music, and enjoying the evening with their families. It was a great night!
The Cudahy High School cheerleaders are experiencing another exciting competition season.