Congratulations to the Class of 2020 for completing their middle school career. We wish you the best of luck and the high school and you are welcome to visit anytime!
To view the memory video that was shown at the celebration on May 20, please click here.
7th Grade Newscasts
The past two weeks, Ms. Lombardo's seventh grade Language Arts classes have been creating newscasts. Each student led newscast needed international, national, state, and local news as well as updates on weather, sports, and a lighthearted feature piece. Students not working on these teams were tasked with designing and creating the sets, creating commercials, and filming. Teamwork and communication were essential throughout the project, and these Panthers did not disappoint!
Submitted by 7th grade teacher, Ms. Lombardo
Math Masters Regional Competition
The SCC Middle School hosted the regional Math Masters Competition on Friday, April 22nd. A total of 29 fifth grade teams from all over Wisconsin and Minnesota competed! SCC 5th graders have been working hard for months to prepare for the competition. The competition consists of a fact drill, three individual rounds, a tiebreaker round, and three team rounds. Although SCC didn’t place in the team rounds, Claire Pommier took 11th place out of 85 students in the morning competition, and Alayna Hackbarth took 13th place out of 62 students in the afternoon competition. Great work SCC!
Submitted by: 5th Grade Teacher Katie Tate
SCC 5th Grade Girls' Science Club
What could be more fun than experimenting, engineering, and hanging out after school with your friends! Fifteen fifth grade girls and four high school female scientists have been running experiments in the after-school science club. Experiments are put together by the fifth graders and demonstrated for the club. They also have engineered towers out of spaghetti noodles and marshmallows, and engineered parachutes out of various canopy prototypes!
Submitted by: 5th Grade Teacher Kerrie Been
New Dance Moves
The middle school 6th - 8th grade students recently completed a Social Dance Unit. Nancy Sukowatey, a local dance instructor, visited the middle school to teach the students different dances such as the Polka, Box Waltz, Merengue, Salsa, Swing, and Electric Slide. Students enjoyed learning to dance with a partner as well as line dancing. We would like to thank Mrs. Sukowatey for her continued support of this program.
Submitted by MS Physical Education Teacher Gary Larson
Upcoming Events and Announcements
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Tractor and Equipment Safety Class
St. Croix County Agricultural Tractor/Equipment Safety Certification Class will be available again this year. Youth will complete a 28-hour class and pass both a written and driving test. This is a practical hands-on and academic week. Daily attendance is required. Class will be held June 20th-23rd at the Baldwin-Woodville High School.
The certification class is available to all youth ages 11 & older working on any farm or business other than their parents. This is a Federal Employment Certificate. There is a $30.00 fee to cover insurance, books, tractors, fuel and facilities; however, St. Croix Central School District students may attend for FREE! You MUST have parental permission slips signed and returned on Monday morning, June 20th to drive tractors.
Participants will need to set up their own transportation to and from class. The group will eat lunch at the Dairy Queen, Subway or McDonalds. Bring a sack lunch or money for lunch, whichever you prefer. If you have any questions, please contact Michelle Kamm, B-W FFA Advisor at 715-684-3321 ext.: 4119 or Bill Emery, SCC Ag Instructor, 715-796-5383 ext.: 1145.
Football Camp - July 2016
Students who will be in grades 4-8 during the 2016-17 school year have the opportunity to participate in a football camp this summer. For more information check out this brochure.