- First published on 04 December 2019 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases
On behalf of CHS's Suicide Prevention Committee, you are formally invited to attend our second annual Mental Health Awareness Night this Friday evening at CHS! Please considering joining us not only to cheer on the boys basketball teams as they take on Two Rivers, but to show your support for mental health awareness in our community and to help raise funds for Suicide Prevention Committee's future efforts. There will be a brat fry, Stomp out Stigma merchandise for sale, a raffle for a Dairy Queen ice cream cake, and a t-shirt giveaway. Plus, at halftime of the varsity game, we'll be holding a pinata-smashing contest between Mrs. Kelly Moehn, a business and computer science teacher, and Deputy Matt Eberhardt, our district school resource officer.
Also, thanks to New Hope Center, anyone interested in Stomp out Stigma apparel can now visit our convenient online store (https://madebymetshirts.org/stomp_out_stigma/shop/home). Please consider ordering a t-shirt, sweatshirt, or sweatpants to join Suicide Prevention Committee in spreading the message that there is no shame in talking about mental health and especially in asking for help! The store will close Sunday, December 15.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Zach Platner, Suicide Prevention Committee co-adviser, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (920)849-2358, ext. 4363.
- First published on 01 November 2019 Posted in CMS News & Press Releases
We are progressively utilizing technology to enhance the way we organize our conference times. This will increase the efficiency of the conferences as a whole and will assist in staff preparation for each individual’s conference time. With the assistance of many members of our faculty, we have created a system to use this fall. Using the web service PTCFast, we have created time slots to sign up for individual meeting times. We will not deny a conference to anyone that wants to meet. If the time slots available do not work with your schedule, please contact the staff member you would like to meet with to schedule a time that works for you on an alternative date. Remember, we maintain open doors throughout the year. We look forward to having this system assist our scheduling process and alleviate any lines that would have formed or confusion on when to arrive. We must advise, that if you did not sign up for a slot do not show up that night expecting to have a conference with a staff member.
The link for signing up will be made available on Nov. 1 at 7:00am and will stay open until Nov. 8 at 3:15pm.
Sign Up Link: https://ptcfast.com/schools/Chilton_Middle_School
You Tube Link: https://youtu.be/7Bx1RQK9wwY
The YouTube video created by our Technology Coach Ann Bartel, showcases the process of signing up. If you do not have the internet or a computer at home, we are opening up our computer lab for use on the morning of Nov. 1 from 7:15 – 7:50 AM and in the afternoon on Nov. 4 from 3:15 – 4:00 PM. These sign up times will be held in the Library, and you will need to sign in at the office. During this time our Technology Coach will be available to help you navigate your way through the sign-up process. If you do not have internet available to you at home, you can call our main office to schedule a time. Watch for emails coming from your grade level teachers, school connect, and district website with the link to our online sign up. Thank you for your ongoing support.
- First published on 30 October 2019 Posted in Health
Attached below are letters from the Chilton Public School District Nurse in regards to steps the whole family can take to prevent and stop the spread of illness.
- First published on 06 October 2019 Posted in District News
Would you like to attend Calumet County STEAMfest? https://wisconsinsciencefest.org/event/calumet-county-steamfest/ The Chilton Public Library, Brillion Public Library, New Holstein Public Library, along with Chilton & New Holstein Schools are planning events for the whole county, October 17-19, 2019. Our event will take place at the CMS Gym at 3:30-5:30 pm on Thursday, October 17. Brillion Public Library will host their event from 4:00-5:30 pm on Friday, October 18. New Holstein Public Library will host their event on Saturday, October 19 from 10:30 am -12:30 pm. Other events in our area this weekend include Cave Tours at Ledge View Nature Center: https://wisconsinsciencefest.org/event/halloween-candlelight-cave-tours/2019-10-18/
We are trying to interest students in STEAM careers: science, technology, engineering, art, and math. Our event is being coordinated with Wisconsin Science Fest.
We will begin at 3:30 in the CMS Gym with a talk from UW-Madison professor David Baum. Dr. Baum will tell us all about baobab trees.
https://badgertalks.wisc.edu/speaker/david-baum/ Then attendees will visit various tables & displays. So far we have:
S – pumpkin slime, bathbombs
T – robots, VR tour of Madagascar, CyberSecurity/Password
E – Keva plank challenge, toothpick towers
A – create a cardboard tube baobab tree, color blending
M – math maze
These events are free to the public, Attend one, attend all.
- First published on 02 October 2019 Posted in CHS Athletics
The National Guard will be firing off blank artillery shells during High School Varsity football game at Morrissey Friday night. They will fire off after the National Anthem, and after every touchdown. The game should be over by 9:30 p.m. at the latest.