On Thursday, June 20, soon-to-be seniors Ella Campbell and Sage Mullen visited each of Belleville's Free Little Libraries. They cleaned them up and then added new used books at each location. Check out some new books for summer reading! #WildcatWay
Thursday, June 20, 2019
Belleville Middle School English Language Arts teacher and fall play and & musical director Mrs. Vogel is showing her students how it is done! She will star as Truly Scrumptious in the upcoming Verona Area Theater Production of "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" over the next two weekends. Congratulations and thanks to Mrs. Vogel for modeling for her students!
Watch her promotional appearance on Wednesday's "Wake Up Wisconsin" on WKOW.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
On Tuesday, June 11, Matteo Latorre and Jakson Trainor were invited to the Milwaukee School of Engineering for Project Lead the Way's state Engineering Design and Development Competition. Of the 25 submissions statewide, the students' archery backstop project was selected as a finalist, placing it within the top eight in the state of Wisconsin. Although they ultimately did not place in the top three to earn scholarship money for their project, Matteo and Jakson represented Belleville High School well, even earning praise and encouragement from one of the judges who sought them out after the results were announced. It also continues a trend of two consecutive invitations to this prestigious event which Mr. Neumann hopes to carry forward with next year's students.
Sunday, June 9, 2019
The 2018-19 school year officially concluded today with graduation of the Class of 2019. The rain held off as a large crowd gathered in the gym to recognize 63 new Belleville High School graduates. Valedictorian Kori Rogers and Salutatorian Luke Kelly sent their class off with excellent speeches. Mrs. Krueger and the graduates gave a final, heart-warming performance of Bruno Mars's "Count On Me." Thank you to Hunter Carr for this hard work on this senior video, celebrating all the graduates.
Congratulations and good luck!
Friday, June 7, 2019
On May 7, the last day of school, the middle and high school staff celebrated the 2018-19 school year with awards programs. The Kiwanis attended the middle school ceremony and presented their subject area excellence awards. They later treated the students to a celebration at the conclusion of the program. The 7th and 8th grade staff also distributed excellence and most improved awards by class.
At the high school awards program, soon-to-be graduates took home 115 scholarships worth about $125,000. This is more than $60,000 given out out last year. These are all local scholarships with real cash from area donors. Congratulations to the scholarship winners, and thank you for all the donations from local businesses and community members!
Thursday, June 6, 2019
As the 2018-19 school year comes to a close, the 8th graders are wrapping up their last few days in middle school and the seniors are finishing their last days in high school. On Thursday, May 6, the Class of 2023 ventured to Yellowstone Lake State Park, while the Class of 2019 traveled to Devil's Lake State Park. Both groups enjoyed warm weather (with temperatures nearing 80 degrees) and time near the water to hang out with the classmates. These are the types of activities that the middle and high school staff hope create bonds and lasting memories for our students!
Wednesday, June 5, 2019
On Tuesday, May 4, the Capitol Conference released its all-conference baseball team selections for 2019. The Wildcats were led by Jaydon Winkers who was a 1st Team infielder and the South Division's Player-of-the-Year. Luke Kelly was a unanimous choice for 1st Team catcher. Austin Fahey (pitcher) and Jackson Richter (outfielder) were also selected to the 1st Team.
Dylan Gratz (outfielder) and Kody Fahey (utility player) were selected to the 2nd Team. In addition, freshman Trevor Syse was chosen as an Honorable Mention outfielder. Congratulations to these Wildcat baseball players and their successful season, finishing as co-champions of the South with an 8-2 conference record!
Tuesday, June 4, 2019
The Wisconsin Soccer Coaches Association recently announced its Boys Academic All-State Team for 2018-19. Belleville senior Connor DeLorme met the following criteria and was chosen as an Honorable Mention selection.
- 3.85 (or higher) cumulative GPA
- A minimum of a 29 composite score on the ACT test
- Exhibiting exemplary sportsmanship
- For selection, 80% weight is placed on academics, 10% weight for service, and 10% for accomplishments on the soccer field.
A link to the entire site and team can be reached at this link.