Welcome to Crivitz High School!
As principal of Crivitz High School, it is my pleasure to welcome you to our school website. Crivitz High School is a 9-12 high school serving the community and surrounding areas of Crivitz, Wisconsin. Please utilize this website as a means of communication and a source of information about all aspects of our school.
I am proud and honored to work with the experienced and talented staff at Crivitz High School. After a successful and rewarding year last year, culminated by a fine group of seniors receiving their diplomas in front of a large audience last May, I am excited to begin another new school year. We will continue to strive to provide a solid educational foundation for your child through commitment and cooperation between parents and staff, as research shows a strong correlation between parent involvement and student success.
I am also very excited about the Academic and Career Planning (ACP) initiative we are implementing this year. Through this initiative, we hope to better prepare our students for success in their academic, career, or service-oriented endeavors after they graduate high school. Through the combination of ACP and the dual credit college courses, advanced placement courses, and the numerous trade and technical classes we offer in our partnership with Northeast Wisconsin Technical College, our goal is to help each student become an intelligent, confident, compassionate, and contributing member of society.
Crivitz High School has a long tradition of excellence in academics as well as extracurricular activities. One of our greatest strengths is the pride and support we receive from our community and parents, which is vital to the success of our students. I welcome you to be part of an exciting school year this year, as I am sure 2019-20 will be a memorable year. Go Wolverines!
- Mr. Baumann
High School Daily Annoucements
There will be a meeting of the National Honor Society Friday morning at 7:35 in Mr. Kirchberg's classroom.
Happy National Handwashing Awareness Week! Clean hands and good personal hygiene can prevent sickness. Did you know that a typical human sneeze exits the body at about 200 miles per hour and emits around 40,000 droplets into the air! The American Academy of Pediatrics and your school nurse remind you to wash your hands when they are dirty and before eating. Do not cough or sneeze into your hands (use the bend of your elbow instead). And avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. With the snow comes cold and flu season. Let's stay healthy this school year!
The following juniors are responsible for selling 50/50 raffle tickets at the basketball games this week:
Thursday:Kyla Bins, Ryley Bemis, Danny Jopek, Mitch Vanderpoel, Mitch Zorn.
Please be here before 5:30 , questions see Mrs. Biernasz or Mrs. Meyers.