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Mishicot High School Blood Drive - Friday September 23
School Breakfast and Lunch Update 2022-23
Mishicot Superintendent Announces Retirement: https://5il.co/1dk5j
Congratulations to Mishicot High School's honor roll students for Term 4! https://5il.co/1c59u
Letter from Dr. Paul Orlich on 5.25.22: https://5il.co/1b2h9
Congratulations to Mishicot High School's Term 3 Honor Roll students! https://5il.co/18yye
Mishicot's Josie Wood hopes for out-of-this-world career after college - in astronomy. Herald Times Reporter - Stellar Student: https://htrnews.newspapers.com/image/821443586/?tpa=2qKF9QRSO4fciI9%2Bojog%2Fg%3D%3D&fbclid=IwAR2ajror6R6l5633Q5iT81W_M_mP8LdWjM2wAZOsbFe43zTj8wLTbt_DBww
'Motivated,' 'responsible' and 'grit' best describe Mishicot's Brant Cracraft Herald Times Reporter - Stellar Student: https://htrnews.newspapers.com/image/821443586/?tpa=2qKF9QRSO4fciI9%2Bojog%2Fg%3D%3D
March 7-11th is National School Breakfast Week. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our incredible school nutrition staff and their commitment to ensuring that our students start their day ready to learn. Mishicot Food Service is our Breakfast Hero!
Congratulations to our Mishicot High School Honor Roll students for Term 2! https://5il.co/166rq
Mishicot’s Parker Reif ‘has maintained a consistent, dedicated focus on his goals’ Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter USA TODAY NETWORK – WISCONSIN Name: Parker Reif Parents: Jim and Laurie Reif School: Mishicot High School Year: Senior What extracurricular activities have you been involved with during high school? National Honor Society, Future Farmers of America, boys varsity basketball, trap shooting What is one academic accomplishment about which you feel particularly good? My overall cumulative GPA, which is a 3.834. I feel proud about this because I think it is a good representation of my high school career. It shows that I work hard to maintain a high GPA while still being involved in other aspects of school. Which class or extracurricular activity influenced your decision regarding the career you plan to pursue? CAPP Communications. Although this class was a public speaking class, it allowed me to practice many skills that will be relevant in my future. It also confirmed that I want to follow in my dad’s footsteps for a career. What advice do you have for those just starting their high school career? I would advise upcoming high school students to not be nervous for high school; everyone can do it as long as you stay organized and ask for help when you need it. There are many people willing to help you. What are your plans after high school? I plan to attend NWTC to get a construction management degree. What would you like to be doing10 years from now? I plan to be operating Jim Reif Builders, which happens to be my dad’s business. I hope to not only manage the business, but also expand it. Teacher recommendation: “Parker is a stellar student because he has maintained a consistent, dedicated focus on his goals throughout his four years of high school. As a result, he is seeing the rewards of this work through various well-deserved recognition and successes. Parker has always demonstrated a strong work ethic toward his studies; a trait that he also carries into his passion for business. This work ethic, along with his leadership skills and ability to take initiative, will serve him well in his career. I look forward to seeing his future achievements.” — Carrie Sand, English teacher
Stellar Student: Crystal Anhalt Manitowoc Herald Times Reporter USA TODAY NETWORK – WISCONSIN Parents: Scott and Angela Anhalt School: Mishicot High School Grade: Senior GPA: 3.958 What extracurricular activities have you been involved with during high school? I have been involved in student government, Power of Positive Students freshmen mentoring, National Honor Society, Hope Squad, Soundwave, Music Theater, Tannery Stars 4-H Club, Wisconsin Agriculture Youth Council, Mishicot Floral Business, National FFA Organization and Mishicot FFA Trapshooting Team. What is one academic accomplishment about which you feel particularly good? Maintaining a high GPA of a 3.958. I am proud of this achievement because living and working on a dairy farm plus being involved in many extracurricular activities has taken up lots of free time that I have. Even with all of my commitments, I have learned to balance my life to keep my grades high. Which class or extracurricular activity influenced your decision regarding the career you plan to pursue? The extracurricular activity that has influenced my career choice was the National FFA Organization, along with the many agriculture classes I have taken throughout my high school career. These classes have increased my knowledge about agriculture, which makes me want to teach others so I am able to expand other people’s knowledge. Also, FFA has been a big part of my life since I joined in seventh grade, making an agriculture education career more intriguing. The one person who has a part in both of these areas and has influenced me a lot is my teacher and FFA adviser, Jamie Propson. Mrs. Propson has shown deep passion for agriculture and helping others that I hope to be able to inspire students the way she has inspired me. What advice do you have for those just starting their high school career? Find what your niche is in high school. Freshman year is all about trying new things and exploring. Each year you should narrow down what you are involved in and what classes you are taking so you are able to gain more knowledge about what you would like to do in your future. What are your plans after high school? To attend the University of Wisconsin-River Falls and major in agriculture education. I am also planning on running to be a state FFA officer this summer. What would you like to be doing 10 years from now? I would like to be in a high school teaching agriculture education and making the agriculture and FFA program the best that it can be. I would love to be such a passionate teacher that students are able to learn from and be an FFA adviser that pushes their students to their fullest potential, making them the best leader they can be. Teacher recommendation: “Passion, kindness and grit are all words to describe this stellar student. Crystal balances the joys and discomforts of working on her family dairy farm with being an honors student and active community member. Despite all the items on her plate, she balances each with poise and positivity. Crystal can also be found with a smile and is the first to lend a helping hand or offer inclusive advice. She has impacted our school and our FFA chapter in ways that will last for generations.” — Jamie Propson, agriscience education and FFA adviser
Congratulations to our Mishicot High School Honor Roll students for Term 1! https://5il.co/128ij
Student Government started a Teacher of the Month program to celebrate the incredible and rock stars educators we have at Mishicot High School. The teacher is selected by the student body. The Teacher of the Month for September was Mrs. Barkhaus. The Teacher of the Month for October was Mrs. Sand. Each of these fabulous teachers have gone above and beyond for their students. Both have made learning engaging for their students and each provide their students amazing opportunities. Congratulations to Mrs. Barkhaus and Mrs. Sand!
We are now taking grad ads for seniors! To place an ad, go to Online Payments, then High School Optional Fees, select Grad Ad and complete the form. https://mishicot.revtrak.net/
Link for ordering pictures for the middle school and high school picture day on August 23: https://www.prepaysystems.com/view/ZyAsGRbY/mishicot-middle-high-school?utm_campaign=mishicot-middle-high-school&utm_medium=direct_link&utm_source=studio_link
Congratulations to the Mishicot High School Honor Roll students for Term 4! https://5il.co/u2s0
High School Graduation will be live streamed on the School District of Mishicot Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/mishicot.schools
Name: Riley Kelliher Parents: Mike and Jenny Kelliher School: Mishicot High School Year: Senior What extracurricular activities have you been involved with during high school? Football, track and field, civics team, school musical, Future Farmers of America What is one academic accomplishment about which you feel particularly good? Being able to maintain a high GPA while taking many college-level courses. I have continually pushed myself to work harder and harder to keep my GPA high while taking the harder classes I have. Which class or extracurricular activity influenced your decision regarding the career you plan to pursue? All of the agriculture classes I have taken in high school have pushed me to look more into the environmental engineering field that I plan to study in. I have become more interested in the environment and what work can be done with it, and I've always known I wanted to do some form of engineering.