Please attend and share this information. Our goal is to inform the community of events happening within the district as well as create open dialogue. Not only do students preform and interact, but staff and administration will be available to answer questions. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf3_RaARWL1AFBw5HqsioltsuYTZW_VE95aVm-xEoUkXUfK_g/viewform
District Family Title Night and Trick or Treating Moved Indoors 2023-10-26 We are still going to host our District Wide Family Night and Trick or Treating but the event will be moved indoors due to the forecasted rain and the safety and comfort of the participants. Please park in the front of the High School and use the main entrance to enter the event. We have worked hard to create an indoor version of the walking trail that will maintain the fun activities. Yes, there will still be pumpkins for families to take home and decorate! The event will be on October 26th from 5:00 - 7:00 pm in the High School.
Middle/High School Trucker University Information Please click on this link: https://www.clintonville.k12.wi.us/o/clintonville-middle-school/page/trucker-university
CPSD parents and Guardians, There have been various communications sent home and made public regarding open house, some of which were incorrect. Open house is on Wednesday for parents/guardians and students only. At each school, the open house will be from (4:00 - 6:30 pm). Announcements will be made at 6:30 in each school, "Open house is ending," so our staff can get rested for orientation day. Student orientation day is the next day, Thursday for grades PK, K, 6, 9. Buses will run their normal routes. First day of school for everyone is Tuesday, September, 5th. Thank You - Troy
On Friday August 25th, power will be shut down at the Rec Center, Clintonville Middle School and High School to prepare for hookup of the new air conditiong units for the High School. Even though the unit is not going to be delivered until October, we are doing the shutdown now so it does not interrupt an instructional day. Therefore, these facilities will be closed this Friday.
CPSD Welcomes Britney Dobratz at Middle School Principal Hello families! My name is Britney Dobratz and I am incredibly excited to be Clintonville Middle School’s Principal. I am an optimist who envisions the best for each person I meet. I became a Clintonville Trucker in 2011 and have enjoyed teaching 5th, 7th, and 8th grades and most recently was our Summer School Principal/Coordinator. This new leadership role allows me to continue to spend time with our amazing CMS students and staff in order to create and maintain a healthy learning environment where everyone experiences success. Middle school is a pivotal time when students experience physical, emotional, social and cognitive changes. I look forward to bringing students’ families and staff together in order to help our students strive to be their best during these significant years. Outside of the school day, I can be found spending time with my family. My husband, Tyler, our children, Kip and Oaklyn, and our dog, Danner, enjoy being outside or spending time with extended family and friends. Whether we already met or not, please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. I look forward to building more relationships within our community! email@example.com 715-823-7215 ext. 2403 Britney Dobratz Clintonville Middle School Principal Summer School Principal/Coordinator
Reminder to get your sports physicals. There is a free clinic in Appleton. See details on picture. Physical Examination Physical examination taken *April 1 and thereafter is valid for the following two school years*; physical examination taken *before April 1 is valid only for remainder of that school year and following school year*. In the year when an examination is not required, an Alternate Year Athletic Permit Card must be signed by a parent or guardian and be on file.
Summer School Registration Link https://drive.google.com/file/d/1r7UaQCfnzwvFvAgca58HwBatoHPWkyz6/view?usp=share_link
I, Officer Ebert, have the pleasure to announce that I will be your new School Resource Officer beginning January 1, 2023. I have been with the Clintonville Police Department since September 2022, and am excited to give back to the community I grew up in. As a 2002 graduate of Clintonville High School when the chance came up to leave the city of Milwaukee and come back to my hometown, there were absolutely no questions asked. Once a Trucker always a Trucker. Bleed orange and black through and through! Prior to joining the Clintonville Police Department I was employed by the city of Milwaukee, Violent Crimes Unit. I specialized in surveillance, apprehending violent criminals, and analyzing criminal trends in the city of Milwaukee. Much of my focus involved drug and firearm investigations. I have an amazing, supportive family that consists of my wife and four children. As a family, we enjoy numerous activities such as hunting, fishing, and camping just to name a few. We are very involved in athletics. This year I had the chance to help coach 6th grade football which was an amazing experience. I plan on taking on other coaching roles within the community in the future, as I was a three-sport athlete in high school (football, wrestling, and baseball). I know taking over the SRO position is going to be a big change from my previous law enforcement experience, but I intend to provide an exceptional level of service. I have already been meeting with Officer Bartel, Chief Freitag, and Superintendent Kuhn to discuss not only their expectations of me, but also some ideas I hope to introduce into the Clintonville Public Schools. First and foremost, I understand I must establish relationships with students, faculty, and parents. I know approaching a law enforcement officer can be intimidating, but I want people to understand that I will always have the time to listen and help them in any way I can. I encourage anyone to stop in and talk whether it be about policing, schooling, or anything else in general. I desire to be a resource for the community and everyone in the school district. Officer Casey Ebert
Congratulations on your Retirement! Veronica Campbell (24 Years) - Family And Consumer Sciences Creative Foods and Chef’s Class, FCCLA adviser Becky Polzin (22 Years) - 7th - 12th grades and FVTC credit classes Yearbook adviser, basketball coach, running club coach & Honors Reading Adviser Renata Curran (21 Years) - English, German, math, social studies, physical science and special education Pam Skokan (31 Years) - Grades 4, 5, 6, and 8, At-Risk/Success Coordinator, Math League Coach, Odyssey of the Mind Coach, coached volleyball and gymnastics Steve Reinke (40 Years) - Admin of Buildings & Grounds, Hired as Maintenance mechanic, 2009 -WASBO State Facilities Manager of the year, 2010 - WSSCA Safety Coordinator of the year runner up Dan Scherschel (26 Years) - World St., U.S. History, Current Issues, Latin American St., People & Places, Middle Eastern Studies, International Relations, Economics and American Government, Student Council Advisor for 10 years Jan Ptacek (37 Years) - Special education reading & intervention teacher Started as an LD/ED teacher. Craig Messner (15 Years) - Maintenance Mechanic (not pictured)
20 Years of Educational Service at CPSD Thank you for your commitment and dedication to the Clintonville School District. 20 years of service in any occupation is an achievement! Our students and community benefit from employees like you! Left to Right: Kevin Reese, Mike Sivertson, Elly Brzezinski, Rod Moon, Jim Nighbor, Marty Hartleben, Margaret (Ann) Waniger, Janet Paisar
First State Bank awarded the Clintonville School District Clothing Closet the recipient of their Jeans Scholarship. The money will be used to purchase items in need for students within the district.
Clintonville School District Wellness and Resource Fair Information
Clitntonville’s Suzzann Bessette receives Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Award https://docs.google.com/document/d/1MzpkGCr5KIdSuxTBRNDZGDHlREXND2iZQDwrlMtWlyU/edit
The Clintonville Lions presented $150 donations to the Clintonville Middle School Wise Guys and Fearless Females. Both youth groups are after school clubs that engage in activities to help the students become successful citizens and make informed decisions in life. Making the presentation is Lowell Easley, Club Secretary.
Cast Try It Week! See picture for Details
The District Website has been updated to the 2022 Summer School Information. The links are below. Summer School Webpage - https://www.clintonville.k12.wi.us/page/summer-school-information Summer School General Information (English) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KyFUiSs55DSC8UlXoBvI11ZbbC8igbp9O2YzlHO2o6U/edit Summer School General Information (Spanish) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1J7jx5auh8vvQzEHTImH7nCekTeH5q8iyWzh77Ya8jmU/edit Summer School Course Description (English) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/1oiM5MfcNUTirYr5Kbfcoxqb-43oHMCjXYpz59UyzONQ/edit Summer School Course Description (Spanish) - https://docs.google.com/document/d/108yKYC0L7zKCz0H1QnOe9okKdp5-ouQb/edit Begins Jun 6, 2022 - Ends July 1, 2022 Monday - Friday SUMMER SCHOOL COORDINATOR - Brittany Schmidt x 2404 SUMMER SCHOOL SECRETARY - Gloria Cruz x 2400
CPSD Staff, Students, and Community On Friday, February 25, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) released revised guidance that eases masking protocol on school transportation. In the revised guidance, CDC clarifies that the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) mask mandate for public transportation does not apply to public or private schools, including early care and education/child care programs. Masking requirements for individuals who utilize our district public or private school transportation services will now be recognized as optional. Troy Kuhn - CPSD District Administrator
Annual Title 1 Parent Meeting https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CIVZPPDg4gO2Vcmd2qJESjtb7ntuBPcG/view?fbclid=IwAR0eZArYwC8GwN24z5ETuFV6srSm2gByHxywzodHqtVgarVMT-yFkgg0ans
Please take advantage of this. I (Troy Kuhn) have known Dr. Justin Patchin for over 10 years and his eye opening presentations are amazing. He has spoken at the White House and even at the FBI academy. Children’s minds are subject to many things in the worlds of Facebook, TikTok, Snapchat, Instagram, etc. Not only is it important that parents/guardians understand these online worlds, but also understand how to have crucial conversations with them. Not only does one’s online footprints exist forever, but we must also understand how to be safe. Please do miss out on this serious and at times humorous presentation that Justin will be providing. The information may scare you, fascinate you, and really open up your mind! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1C8v0pfZjhfj0bcndSWYDu27MsDH_HQOHHFVposnCNnE/viewform?edit_requested=true