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 2017-18 will be a memorable year. Go Wolverines!
- Mr. Baumann
High School Daily Annoucements
There will be a golf meeting and the first day of practice will be Wed after school in Mr. Taylor’s room.
There will be a Camp Bird Junior Counselor meeting March 28th and April 25th from 3:30 - 3:45 in the high school auditeria.
Community Ed is looking for someone to play easter bunny at the egg hunt on April 20th.
Students it's a fun and easy way to earn Community hours for the scholarships.
Find out more contact Community Ed supervisor: Jolene Huc
(Please give them my cell # 715-927-3184) In case I am not in the office.
The Crivitz School Buildings & Grounds Department is seeking a part-time lawn maintenance person for the summer months.
Job responsibilities include lawn cutting, weed trimming, furniture moving, cleaning and light maintenance.
The rate of pay is $10.00 per hour, and the hired applicant will work 20 hours per week.
Flexible daytime hours may be allowed to accommodate summer sports and other commitments.
You must hold a valid driver’s license to be considered for this position.
If you are interested in applying for this position, or would like more information, please see Mr. White in the administrative office.
Congratulations to the girls and boys track teams on the performances at last night's ten team varsity indoor invitational at Northland Pines High School.
Placing 3rd for the girls were: Chloe Gruszynski in the in the Triple Jump, and the 2 mile Relay Team of Bella Galindo, Lyvia Caine, Taylor Giese, and Riley Roman.
Placing 2nd for the girls were: Chloe Gruszynski in the Long Jump, and the 800 Meter Relay Team of Kjirsten Stumbris, Kate Richlen, Emalee Johnsen, and Chloe Gruszynski.
The Boys Team Placed 3rd overall.
Placing 3rd for the boys were:Hunter Wittmus in the Shot Put, Tony Jopek in the Long Jump, And the 800 Meter Relay team of Jaden Beims, Evander Lawrence, Tony Jopek, and Kody Richlen.
Placing 2nd for the boys were: Jaden Bemis in the 55 and 200 Meter Dashes, and Wyatt VanLanen in the 55 Meter Hurdles.
Placing 1st for the boys were: Ezekial Lawrence in both the 55 and 200 Meter Hurdles, Tony Jopek in the Pole vault, and Jaden Bemis in the Triple Jump.
Students check the lost and found by next Friday. Then it is being cleaned out.
Lastly, we are going to have a Friday Challenge in the office each week as a countdown to summer. There will be prizes. Today’s is Crack the Code. Stop in the office to grab a sheet. Turn in your answers by the end of 6th hour with your name on it and we will have a drawing with anyone who answered it correctly. Today’s winner will receive their choice of locker for next year. If a senior wins, we have a different prize. Stop in and join the fun!