Thursday, August 27, 2015

89% Participation Rate at Orientation

On Wednesday night, August 26, Belleville Middle and High Schools held their orientation for 7th and 9th grade students. We had an 89% participation rate by families from both of those classes. Thank you for your time! The 7th graders received tours of the building from the upperclassmen and had a chance to put supplies in their lockers for the first time. The freshmen also heard a presentation on class rings and signed their graduation pledge banner.

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Registration Days

The 2015-16 school year began yesterday with student registration from noon to 7pm. It will run again this morning (8-19) from 8am until noon in the high school gymnasium. Make sure to stop in to learn about our new 1:1 Technology Initiative, Wildcat Service Cord Program, and to prepare for Homecoming Week (starting on Monday, September 21). We look forward seeing all the families today that did not have a chance to register on Tuesday.
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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Spirit Club Prepares for the Upcoming School Year

The Belleville High School Spirit Club met on Tuesday morning (8-11) to begin preparing for the 2015-16 school year. Mrs. Tretow, the club's new adviser, met with 8 students. They put up cups in the fences for the Wildcats and Raiders. They also re-painted the paw prints leading into the school. The club looks to continue the tradition of producing the Wildcat News and the Toilet Times.

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Wildcat Service Cord Program

The Belleville School Board approved the Wildcat Service Cord Program at their meeting on July 27. Students who volunteer an average of 35 hours per year over the course of their four high school years can earn a special cord to wear in recognition of their service at the commencement ceremony. Please see the link for more details. Students can immediately begin volunteering and documenting their time!
Leah poses with the new Wildcat Service Cord while putting in volunteer hours.

"I Believe Run"

With the fall sports' season already underway, the Sugar River Raider Soccer Team recently completed their "I Believe Run." The tradition was started by former boys' soccer coach Dick Sanders and has been in place for the last five years. It connects Belleville and New Glarus - two towns under one team. The run is approximately 7.5 miles, but according to new co-head coach Kyle Webber, "the boys will tell you it is a 9-mile run." The whole team participates in the run, even the coaches.
The first two miles of the run are uphill.
The Raider boys in New Glarus at the end of the run