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Mrs. Susan Kaphingst
Superintendent

DISTRICT & CHS
530 W Main Street

Chilton, WI 53014
Dstr. Tel #: (920) 849-8109
CHS Tel #: (920) 849-2358

CES & CMS
421 Court Street

Chilton, WI 53014

CES Tel #: (920) 849-9388

CMS Tel #: (920) 849-9152

Summer School 2018

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2018 Senior Slideshow & Graduation Ceremony DVD

May312018

2018 Senior Slideshow & Graduation Ceremony DVD

 

Students and parents can now order until Sunday, June 4 in the CHS office the 2018 Senior Slideshow and the Graduation Ceremony (a multi-camera production, hopefully – barring any major technical issues) DVDs.  Packaged within a thin case with custom cover, the DVD makes a nice keepsake for the Graduate and his/her family members.

PRICE: $20 / each. PAYMENT MUST BE MADE AT THE TIME OF ORDER. Make checks payable to CHS.

The DVDs should be available for pickup in the High School office by Monday, June 18, 2018. DVDs must be picked up by Thursday, July 26, 2018.

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Summer Swim Team

Apr202018

Summer Swim Team

 

The Chilton Aquatics Club is offering a summer swim team program for students interested in gaining more experience in competitive swimming. In order to participate in the summer swim team, swimmers must be able to swim one full length of the pool (25 yards). The Summer Swim Team practices from Monday, June 4, through Monday, July 30, with meets scheduled throughout the summer.

To register for the Summer Swim Team, parents are asked to attend one of two Open Pool Nights scheduled for May 13 and May 17. If parents are unable to attend one of these Open Pool Nights, please contact Denys Mallmann at denysmk31@gmail.com. For more information about the Open Pool Nights and the registration process, please see the attached documents.

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Guidelines for Keeping Sick Children Home

Mar082018

Guidelines for Keeping Sick Children Home

 

Dear Parents and Guardians,

Cold and flu season is still upon us!  Please use the guidelines below to help determine when to keep your child home from school to promote quicker recovery and prevention in the spread of illnesses to classmates and staff.  Nobody likes to be sick and I stress the importance of keeping students home until they are feeling better and ready to learn.  Remind your child to wash their hands frequently, cover their cough, drink plenty of water and get an adequate amount of sleep each night to keep their bodies and minds healthy!

Katie Breitlow
Chilton Public School Nurse

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