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Eastern Wisconsin Excellence in Education Awards Program

Eastern Wisconsin Excellence in Education Awards Program

We are excited to announce that twenty-four school districts are partnering with Channel 5 to recognize exceptional school employees in a program called the “Eastern Wisconsin Excellence in Education" awards.  This program is similar to the “Golden Apple” and “Shining Stars” programs in Green Bay and the Fox Valley.

This program allows parents, students, community members, and staff to nominate deserving school employees in the following categories:  

·  Innovation in work (How has the employee demonstrated innovation in his/her work area?)

·  Culture creator in the work environment (How has the employee gone above and beyond in creating a positive school culture?)

·  Social/emotional well being (How has the employee impacted the social/emotional well being of students and/or the school environment?)

·  Community involvement (How has the employee positively impacted the community?)

·  Student connection (In what ways has the employee built positive relationships with students?) 

Nominations need to be submitted by February 5, 2024.  Following the submission deadline, a panel of judges will review each nomination to determine finalists.  These finalists will then be asked to elaborate on the work outlined in the nomination.  The judges will then select the award recipients in each of the five categories.

The awards show ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 18, 2024 at the Kiel Area School District Performing Arts Center.  The program will be live streamed on the Channel 5, website.

The nomination form will also be available on the websites of all 24 school districts, as well as social media outlets and found within local newspapers.

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Applications Being Taken for Paraprofessional Positions

First published on 18 October 2023 Posted in District News

Chilton School District is currently taking applications for paraprofessional positions. Paras work under the direction of a special education teacher to support the learning of students who may struggle with academics, behaviors, social/emotional skills, and functional living skills. Starting pay is $15/hour, full-time, with benefits. We will provide training. The application can be found online at under employment opportunities - or - contact one of our schools for additional information. Come be a Chilton Tiger!!!

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2023-10-12 Chilton FFA Presents Donkey Basketball

First published on 29 September 2023 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

The Chilton FFA is presenting Donkey Basketball on Thursday, October 12, 7:00pm in the High School gym.  Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.  See the attachment below for the various teams (HS Students,  HS Teachers, Chilton Firefighters, Calumet Sheriff's Office) as well other activites and items.

Download this file (DBB Adv..png)2023 Donkey Basketball Brochure1248 kB

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Calumet County STEAMfest 2023

First published on 21 September 2023 Posted in Library

The Chilton Public Library, New Holstein Public Library, and the Chilton Public Schools are planning events for all children in Calumet County during the third week of October.  New Holstein Public Library will host their event on Tuesday, October 17 at 2:20PM. Chilton’s event will take place at the Chilton Middle School Gym from 3:45-5:30PM on Thursday, October 19.  Other events in our area include Carolyn Cave Tours at Ledge View Nature Center on Saturday, October 14 from 1-3PM and a Pumpkin Walk at Brillion Nature Center on Saturday, October 21 from 6-8:30PM. Check their websites for details.

Our goal is to interest students in each part of STREAM - science, technology, robotics, engineering, art, and math. These events are coordinated with the Wisconsin Science Fest.  

Chilton’s STEAMfest will begin with a presentation by REGIRaptor Educational Group, Incorporated from Antigo called WINGED WONDERS. Have you ever met an owl face to face? What about a hawk? A falcon? Meet some of Wisconsin's common, but rarely encountered birds. Discover what a raptor is, hear their stories and learn what you can do to ensure they remain a significant part of the ecosystem. After the presentation attendees will participate in the following activities: 

SCIENCE - Owl Pellets & REGI
TECHNOLOGY – Oculus/Virtual Reality & Let's Go Code
ROBOTICS - Ozobots & Indi Car Robots
ENGINEERING - Bird Cage with Brain Flakes & Can you step through an index card?
ART - Button making & Messy art 
MATH - Bean Bag Math & Candy Sudoku

All events are free to the public, courtesy of a WiLS Action Grant, except Ledge View Nature Center’s. One must register on the LVNC website. Attend one, attend all!  

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2023-24 Yearbook Sale Ends Soon

First published on 14 September 2023 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

Time is running out to get the best deal on the 2024 CHS Tiger Yearbook!  Do an online order by clicking on this link ( or pick up a paper order form in the high school office.   With online ordering only you have the option to make partial payments.  Please take advantage of this opportunity to order your yearbook at a reduced rate.  The yearbook is $50.00 and cover icons are FREE until September15th!  Please note that in order to get free icons, you  must purchase name stamping, or personalization, for your yearbook. Name stamping is $8.00.  After the 15th, the price of the yearbook will go up to $55.00.

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