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
A CPR CLASS is being offered January 22nd at 6 p.m. at Bellin Health Crivitz Clinic. See Jolene Huc for more details
Seniors: Collage pictures were due to Mrs. Worley Dec 20th
Yearbook pictures are due to Mrs. prange January 10th
Students looking for a part-time job babysitting. Every other weekend.
Please contact Community ED Supervisor Jolene Huc for more information.
Any students who are interested in taking Drivers' Ed. second semester can sign up in the office to take it during the school day. Road Rules Driving School will be offering the class starting on the first day of 2nd Semester-January 20-and will run it on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays during students' lunch and study hall periods from 11:20-12:20. In order to stay in the class, you must maintain C's or better in all of your other classes. Please sign up in the office if you are interested.
Want to strengthen your leadership skills while attending a unique education opportunity? Then you should check out ALA Badger Girls State. For more information talk with Mrs. Graves.
Are you looking for a way to stand out to colleges, military academies, and employers? Badger Boys State participation is a great way to show off your strong leadership abilities and characters.
Want more information about this exciting opportunity? Talk to Mrs. Graves.
Juniors or Seniors who are interested in going into law enforcement there is a summer program for you. The program will offer physical fitness training coupled with classroom instruction and hands-on training. Topics of instruction include criminal law, constitutional law, patrol procedures, criminal investigation procedures, traffic crash investigation, evidence gathering techniques, arrest techniques, taking fingerprints, testifying in court, public speaking, leadership skills, report writing, interviewing techniques, crisis intervention, use of control and firearms training. More information talk to Mrs. Graves or check it out here: https://wilegion.org/page/content/programs/wisconsin-american-legion-law-enforcement-career-academy
Next Student Council meeting is Wednesday, February 5th at 7:35AM in Mr. Taylor’s room.
Students are reminded that with the end of the semester all library materials need to be returned or renewed.
Any sophomore through senior interested in the second semester Leadership class for four college credits through St Norbert College should see Mr Sommerfeldt by the end of today.