Adiós y viajes seguros!
Monday, June 18, 2018
Saturday, June 9, 2018
The Sugar River Raiders Girls Soccer Team defeated Edgewood 1-0 in the sectional final on Saturday evening at Mount Horeb and have earned a trip to the state tournament for the second time in three years. Belleville senior Sam Trainor scored on a corner kick for the only goal of the game. Congratulations to Coach Ziperski and the Raiders! They will play Friday evening at Uihlein Soccer Park in Milwaukee.
Wednesday, June 6, 2018
On Wednesday, June 6, the Class of 2018 took their senior trip to Devil's Lake State Park in Baraboo. Thank you to Mr. Benash, Mrs. Knudson, Mrs. Norton, and Mrs. Smith for chaperoning. Although the weather was not ideal, the trip gave them one last opportunity to bond as a class before their last day of school on June 7 and the graduation ceremony on June 10.
On Tuesday, June 5, the Capitol Conference released their all-conference selections for this spring's season. Derek Baumgartner (Pitcher), Drew Shrader (Infielder), Jaydon Winkers (Outfielder), and Jackson Richter (Outfielder) were named to the South Division's 2nd Team. Austin Fahey (Infielder) and Dylan Gratz (Outfielder) were named Honorable Mention. Congratulations to these Wildcat ballplayers!
Tuesday, June 5, 2018
Eighth grade students travelled to Yellowstone Lake State Park in Blanchardville for their class trip on Tuesday, June 5. Students spent the morning participating in team-building, cooperative games. In the afternoon, they fished, swam, and hiked. Thank you to Connor and Mitchell DeLorme for serving as lifeguards for our students. The weather was about as good as it could be. We hope that the Class of 2022 built some memories on this trip!
Friday, June 1, 2018
On Friday, June 1, Belleville Middle School teachers celebrated their last round of Students-of-the-Month for the 2017-18 school year. Students were recognized in the commons by their nominating teachers with a brief speech and a certificate. Students also received Catty Shack (school store) bucks and a 3-D printed Wildcat paw from Mrs. Swenson. Congratulations to these Wildcats who have finished the year strong!
|Front Row: Cortney Ehlert, Jacob Engstad, and Carmen Schubert|
Back Row: Jenna McKnight, Avery Lettman, Natasha Derke, and Devin Campbell
The BHS softball team held its awards banquet on Thursday (5-31) night.
Cassidy Heller was named to First Team All-Conference. Ella Campbell, Bailey Legler, and Jillian Michaels were named Second Team All-Conference.
The team awards went to:
- Cassidy Heller - MVP and Highest Batting Average
- Ella Campbell - Miss Hustle
- Kori Rogers - Golden Glove
- Jenna Shrader - Most Improved
Congratulations to these Wildcats!
Thursday, May 31, 2018
At the end of every Project Lead the Way course, students take an exam scored out of 9 stanine points. In order to receive credit from St. Cloud State University, students must score 4 or higher on the end-of-course test. That score must be a 7 or higher to receive credit from the Milwaukee School of Engineering. In the first year that Computer Science was offered at Belleville High School, Mr. Farrar's students averaged 7.5 on the test, and every student in the class earned a score of 4 or higher and will receive college credit. Five students earned the top score of 9 on this test. Congratulations to Mr. Farrar and his students for reaching such a high rate of achievement!
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
The Belleville High School team of Dylan Gratz, Nate Mabis, and Jared Schulting placed 2nd in the state of Wisconsin at a May 30th Engineering Design Competition banquet on the campus of the Milwaukee School of Engineering. Gratz, Mabis, and Schulting created a multi-sport target prototype as part of Mr. Neumann's Engineering Design and Development course. They submitted their work through Project Lead the Way's Innovation Portal.
Only five teams statewide were invited to the Engineering Design Competition banquet after projects were judged by a panel of experts. The Belleville team topped entries from Saint Thomas More (student population of 523) and Hartland Arrowhead (student population of 2,217). Medford (student population of 668) took the top prize.
Dylan, Nate, and Jared will share a $2,000 scholarship from Project Lead the Way to a college or university of their choice. This all comes in the first year that BHS has offered the Engineering Design and Development course.
Mr. Neumann's Advanced Trades and Introduction to Trades classes toured the Findorff construction site at the new and remodeled elementary school on May 21 and May 30. Students learned about careers in the trades as well as design and construction applications while on site. Thank you to Ben and Marlo from Findorff for hosting our Belleville High School students!