Students in Spanish 5 recently engaged in an Art Museum Project. They studied the impact of art on culture, and culture on art. Three students even re-created paintings by famous artists (Grace Jaramillo-Hoffman, Megan Mahlkuch, and Mikaela Steckelis). Mrs. Vesperman wanted to show off some of their hard work!
Friday, January 18, 2019
On Friday, January 18, Belleville Middle School students participated in the annual Spelling Bee. Twenty-eight students qualified to compete on stage this morning through a pre-test. After 8 rounds, Holly Flick (8th grade) emerged as our winner for 2019. Isaac Erb (7th grade) was the runner-up. Holly now qualifies to compete in the Regional Spelling Bee at Stoughton High School on February 25. Congratulations these great orthographers. Look that one up Wildcats!
Thursday, January 17, 2019
The Belleville High School Young Politicians' Club will be hosting a silent auction on pies at Tuesday night's home girls' basketball game against New Glarus. Winners will be announced at halftime of the varsity game. Proceeds will benefit a memorial for Eddy Fraire. Please bring your wallets/purses and your generosity!
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
As the first semester draws to a conclusion, Mr. Neumann is keeping the 8th grade Project Lead the Way students engaged. Students are building and programming VEX robotics kits. Today, a few groups were able to demonstrate a working "clawbot!"
Sunday, January 13, 2019
At the Medford Invitational over the weekend, the Belleville Science Olympiad Team placed third behind Menominee and Boyceville in this single division competition. Sixteen BHS students placed in the top 5 in 15 events. Congratulations to:
Jack Nolden and Gary Salmela: Geocaching
Carson Heller and Logan Niesen: Mission Possible
Gianna Diaz, Jacob Kean, and Jack Nolden: Code Busters
Emma Anson, Hansi Bartle, and Elise Medenwald: Experimental Design
Roxana Grunenwald and Elise Medenwald: Write It Do It
Gary Salmela and Zach Thole: Geologic Mapping
Roxana Grunenwald, James Gustafson, and Gary Salmela: Protein Modeling
Jack Nolden and Zach Thole: Code Analysis
Hansi Bartle and Katie Bowers: Food Science
Angelina Parisot and Mason Schwoegler: Sounds of Music
James Gustafson and Jacob Kean: Amazing Mechatronics
Emma Anson and Emma Veeneman: Dynamic Planet
Carson Heller and Logan Niesen: Mousetrap Vehicle
Katie Bowers and Zach Thole: Water Quality
Hansi Bartle and Logan Niesen: Wright Stuff
Saturday, January 12, 2019
On Saturday, January 12, twenty-three Belleville High School DECA students participated in the District 3 Career Development Conference at Sun Prairie High School. BHS transitioned from FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) to DECA for the 2016-17 school year. They had not had a state qualifier in those three years until today. Caden O'Rourke and Ogden York were series champions in sports marketing and became the first Wildcats to receive an automatic bid to the state competition in Lake Geneva in early March.
Thursday, January 10, 2019
On Thursday, January 10, Belleville High School staff recognized Students-of-the-Month for December. They were treated to a Tano's Pizza lunch and received a personalized certificate from their nominating teacher, as well as movie passes donated by Marcus Theaters. Teachers appreciate these students' character, work ethic, and leadership. Congratulations to these Wildcats who are starting 2019 strong!
Matthew Loshaw, Elise Medenwald, Andrew Remy, Risandi Bartle, Carson Heller, Erin Kittleson, Haley Boeck, Maddy Weber, and Kori Rogers
On January 9, seven students from Belleville High School attended the Wisconsin Economic Forecast Luncheon at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin. The luncheon hosted more than 500 business, government, and community leaders. Nationally recognized speakers focused on both regional and national economic trends. The newly elected governor, Tony Evers, spoke about the Badger state’s economy. The students enjoyed the day and learned about factors affecting the economy both locally and globally. Special thanks to UB&T for sponsoring the table at this event for the students!
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
Congratulations to the Belleville High School staff! On Monday, January 7, Niche.com ranked BHS teachers as the 31st best public school staff in the state. Niche uses a rubric (see below) that includes seven different factors such as parent/student surveys and teacher absenteeism. We appreciate all that you do for our students and the opportunities that you provide them!
Belleville Middle and High Schools are increasing efforts to utilize community resources. We are looking for volunteers as tutors, mentors, event chaperones, as well as in other capacities. If you have talents and time to share, we are now creating a list for our staff to access and contact. If interested, please complete this form, and we will be in touch as opportunities arise. In addition, feel free to share the link with grandparents, other family, friends, and neighbors.