Online learning for students at Belleville Middle and High Schools starts on Monday. Students should be checking their school GMail and Google Classrooms beginning on April 6. Please contact Mr. Perry or Mrs. Schmitz if you have questions or concerns, as we launch into this new platform. It will be an adventure for all of us, but one that I am confident will produce long-term benefits.
Friday, April 3, 2020
Friday, March 27, 2020
The Friday before Spring Break is usually one filled with excitememt and anticipation. Today certainly feels different- now two weeks without students. Mrs. Schmitz and I put together a video that hopefully makes you laugh. We can't wait to have our students back in the building!
Friday, March 13, 2020
Belleville Middle and High School staff and students are in the midst of their spring musical production- "My Fair Lady." Nearly 30 students have a role in this year's production. A Thursday evening show was introduced for 2020, along with another on Friday night and two shows on Saturday. The show directed by Emma and Michael Vogel, with musical direction from Sara Krueger, was choreographed this year by Whitney Andersen. They brought "My Fair Lady" to new audiences, who saw it in the splendor of the renovated auditorium with updated lights, sound, and digital backdrops. Congratulations to all involved!
Photos courtesy of Mya Enerson
Thursday, March 12, 2020
From March 10-12, DECA held their State Career Development Conference at the Grand Geneva Resort in Lake Geneva. Four students from the Belleville High School DECA Chapter attended and competed in a variety of business and marketing-related events. Ogden York, Ceci Grefsheim, and Ella Campbell competed in the Sports and Entertainment Marketing event, while Alex Grignano competed in Human Resource Management. Even though we did not have any first place medals, these students performed at a high level and ranked among the top students in the state of Wisconsin. [Submitted by Erik Farrar]
On Thursday, March 12, Belleville High School staff recognized their students-of-the-month from February. Staff from each department nominated one student. Teachers commented not only on students' contributions to the school but their personalities that help make class brighter each day. Students received a personalized certificate from their nominating teacher, a pizza lunch, and movie passes donated by Marcus Theatres. Congratulations to these Wildcats on their efforts entering the Spring season!
(L-R): Alison Thompson, Hailey Butenhoff, Katherine Wescott, Jordyn Thomas, Cole Monroe, and Jordan Wilder
Not Pictured: Alex Grignano
On March 10, the Capitol Conference released its all-conference selections for boys' basketball. In the South Division, the Belleville Wildcats placed four players on the team. Senior Kody Fahey led the way as a 1st Team selection. Sophomores Carson Syse and Trevor Syse were both named to the 2nd Team. Junior Sawyer Fahey was named Honorable Mention.
Congratulations to Coach Noll and the team's 16-8 finish. According to https://www.wissports.net/page/show/5101876-belleville, that is the Wildcats' most wins since at least 2002-03 when they were a member of the Six Rivers Conference. Way to go Cats!
Monday, March 9, 2020
On Monday, March 2, the Belleville High School Math Team competed at the Capitol Conference Math Meet in New Glarus. The Wildcat varsity team won the South division! The team took second overall in the conference to Lakeside Lutheran in the North division. Jack Nolden led all Wildcats by medaling in the varsity competition.
The Belleville JV Math team also won the South and placed third overall! They were paced by medal winner Jordyn Roberts.
On March 4, the Capitol Conference released its girls' basketball all-conference team selections. After their awards banquet on Sunday night, we can now reveal that the Wildcats were represented by two sophomores on the 2nd Team - Callie Smith and Ava Foley. Senior Jenna Shrader also received Honorable Mention recognition. Congratulations to these individuals and to Coach Pharo on his first season (14-10) in Belleville!
Sunday, March 8, 2020
The Sugar River Middle School Wrestling Team participated in the WWF (no, not that WWF!) middle school team championship on Sunday, March 8, and came away with 3rd place! This tournament was a dual meet format where teams score points for each individual win, just like in high school. Congratulations to these Raiders!
Friday, March 6, 2020
On Friday, March 6, Belleville Middle School core staff, along with their Agriculture and World Languages teachers, recognized 7th and 8th grade Students-of-the-Month from February. Seventh grade students were recognized in front of their peers in Mr. Swenson's room, while eighth grade students were recognized with their classmates in Mrs. Schultz's classroom. Students received a certificate, Catty Shack bucks to the school store, and the opportunity to put their handprints up in the middle school's Literacy Lounge.
Congratulations to these Wildcats who are performing at high levels entering the Spring!
|Front Row: Adam Cann, Ariana Meyer, Kortni Johnson|
Back Row: Jordan Babler, Lucas Meyer, Bo Zantow, Jack Erickson, and Carter Scholey