The Chilton FFA is once again holding its annual fruit and coffee fundraiser. All orders and payment must be submitted to Mrs. Thielman by Friday, Nov. 3rd. Checks can be made out to Chilton High School. Fruit arrives the second week of December and coffee arrives in late November. Funds go towards FFA chapter activities, leadership workshops and conventions. Please contact Amy Thielman at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions. Thank you for your support!
See attachments for menus.
Chilton FFA & Chilton FFA Alumni host Mr. Brian Imbus, Hypnotist Show on Thursday, November 9th, 7 p.m. Tickets: $10 in advance (www.englercenter.com), $12 at the door.
10% of sales will be directly donated to CHS to sponsor the Achieve 3000 prize program, High Five, that helps students improve their reading (see attached flyer).
The proceeds of this run will be available for Calumet County schools to use for bullying prevention awareness, anti-violence education and other related mental health/wellness programming.
We will be having a school challenge again this year! This challenge involves a $500 donation to the school with the highest participation percentage. By using a participation percentage, even small schools have a chance to win the school challenge.
The run will take place on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th at Kiwanis Park (near the pool) in New Holstein. The Inspire Dreams Kids’ run will start at 8:30 AM and the 5K will start at 9AM.
Fox Valley Technical College – Chilton, St. Martin Lutheran Church and Chilton Chamber of Commerce have joined together to collect items for those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
PTX Services Plymouth, Wisconsin have volunteered to provide the transportation to get the donated items to the areas in need. Items can be dropped off at the Elementary, Middle or High School offices by Thursday, September 14 or also at FVTC-Chilton September 11-20th, Monday-Thursday from 8:00am to 8:00pm and Fridays 8:00am-12:00pm, or St. Martin Lutheran Church in Chilton on September 23rd-24th from 8:00am-5:00pm.
We have teamed up with a disaster relief organization and some of the items currently needed include: mops/additional mop heads, brooms, large squeegees, shovels (wide/flat), mud buckets, large trash cans, heavy duty trash bags, heavy duty dust bins, heavy duty and regular paper towels, disposable cleaning cloths, Clorox wipes, scrub brushes, scrubby sponges, bleach, pine sol, window cleaner, multipurpose cleaners, bug spray, heavy duty rubber gloves, goggles, face masks, hazmat suits(Lowes/Home Depot). Other items to include diapers/wipes (all sizes), powder formula (no liquid formula), adult diapers (men/women), tarps, blankets, hygiene and toiletries, and power banks.
St. Martin Church, 717 Memorial Drive, Chilton will also be having a Chili Cook-off and Dinner on Sunday, September 24th. The dinner will be from 12:00-2:00 pm with the Chili Cook-off judging at 12:30pm. If interested in entering the cook-off email email@example.com. The dinner will include chili, sandwiches, desserts and a beverages. It is a free will offering with all proceeds being donated to those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
For more information feel free to call FVTC-Chilton (920) 849-4416 or St. Martin Lutheran Church – Chilton (920) 849-4421. You may also visit the Chilton Chamber website at www.chiltonchamber.com.
A flyer with the information is also attached below.
Please read our handbook and sign and date the form you have received from the teacher. Return the form as soon as you can.
The HeadStrong Concussion Insurance Program was specifically developed to insure student athletes from the high cost of concussion treatment and neurological follow up. There is no cost to member schools. The premium is paid by the WIAA. The student athlete has ‘first dollar’ coverage (zero deductible) for concussion assessment and treatment. Coverage is secondary/excess to any other valid and collectable insurance but will become the primary payor, if no other insurance is available.
Program Highlights Include:
- $0 deductible and no Co-pays
- Tele-med Services, when needed
- No restrictions on specific doctors
- No referrals needed for treatment
- No internal limits
- No specific procedure maximums
- Neurological follow up care When medically necessary and billed at U&C.
Provide/distribute widely - the WIAA Program Guide and the FAQ’s along with the instruction to see the AD if there’s a need to file a claim or have additional questions. The school may hand out to every youngster/family that brought in their physical card/alternate year card and/or parental permission and code forms.
Ask your trainer and/or coach to let you know immediately of any instance of possible concussion. When there is a reported injury and the need to file a claim, then get the athlete/family the Dear Provider letter, the HeadStrong Claims form and Alternate Insurance form. In addition, provide the who to contact info and how to file a claim are included on the Program Guide.
None of the forms need to come back to or through the WIAA office. It works directly through school AD/administration(to sign the form) to the family, to the carrier.
The information is on the WIAA web site under AD Resources: https://www.wiaawi.org/Health/Concussions/ConcussionInsurance.aspx
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