Students in chemistry showed Mrs. Mork's kindergarteners some sensational demos. Nolan showed a color change with an iodine clock reaction. Ciera showed properties of gases and carbon dioxide. Sophia showed energy and properties of solutions with different drinks. Maddie showed students bonding properties with slime how to make slime.
4 days ago, Rosholt School District
Chemistry class with Kindergarteners
Chemistry class with Kindergarteners
Chemistry class with Kindergarteners
Chemistry class with Kindergarteners
Chemistry class with Kindergarteners
🏆📖 Congratulations to our incredible 6th grade Battle of the Books winners! 🥇 Your dedication and passion for reading have led you to this well-deserved victory. We couldn't be prouder of your outstanding accomplishment! 🎉📚
5 days ago, Kelly Holmes
6th Grade BOB Winning Team
We don't seem to be having much luck with the rain. Grades 4-6 Field Day will not be Monday. Instead, we will plan for Friday, May 24 from 10-12.
6 days ago, Rosholt School District
With the rain this morning, grades 4-6 will postpone Field Day until Monday. It is forecast to be clear this afternoon so grades 1-3 will still have their Field Day at 1PM. It is chilly today, please help students dress for the weather.
10 days ago, Rosholt School District
field day
Field Day is scheduled for tomorrow for grades 1-6. We will evaluate the weather tomorrow morning. We will send out a text to update parents.
11 days ago, Rosholt School District
Our National Honor Society students gathered on this beautiful day for one last service project before our seniors graduate next week. They spent part of their afternoon cleaning up the school grounds by picking up trash. They showed how huge their hearts were by making cards to share with children staying at Marshfield Children's Hospital. And they enjoyed some time playing games with upper elementary students on the playground.
12 days ago, Rosholt School District
clean up
cards
cards
cards
gaga
gaga
Gaga
Rosholt School Band Pops/Awards Concert Wednesday, May 15, 2024, 7:00 PM Rosholt Auditorium Featuring: Beginning Band Middle School Concert Band High School Concert Band High School Recorder Ensemble The Ever-Popular Polka Band Combined Grade 5-12 Band Finale Presentation of Awards to Outstanding Students Open to the Public Free of Charge
18 days ago, Rosholt School District
Band concert flyer
These ladies keep their cool no matter what! Whether there is a student needing some extra TLC, a scuffle on the playground, a tummy ache or anything in between, the care in our health office is top notch. Today is school nurse appreciation day. We are so grateful for Lara Baranek and Kimberly Feltz for being so caring and keeping our students and staff healthy and well.
18 days ago, Tricia Kertzman
NurseAppr
Congratulations to our final High School Students of the Month for the 2023-2024 school year, Nathan Kontney, Hugh Seki, and Adi Glodowski.
20 days ago, Rosholt School District
May SOTM
Crabby lunch lady? I don’t think so! Today is School Lunch Hero appreciation day. These wonderful ladies love to serve our students delicious lunch and breakfast every day of the week. They do so with a smile on their faces and we are so grateful for them! Please take a moment to show your appreciation for our fine food service staff and all that they do. Thank you Theresa, Lucy, Melissa, LeeAnn and Crystal for all you do each day.
23 days ago, Tricia Kertzman
LunchHeroAppreciation
Today was a momentous occasion at Rosholt High School as we unveiled a brand-new, custom-built podium, a project led by students TJ Wierzba and Brennen Bushman in collaboration with Mr. Gagas. This exciting endeavor was kept under wraps until the big reveal, which was attended by school board members Alicia Wojtalewicz and Karla Schoofs, along with Superintendent Dennis Kaczor and Principals Shane Larson and Mary Cline. The process involved detailed planning with Dave Dimond (auditorium technician), Kelly Holmes (auditorium coordinator), and Dan Powers (IT) to ensure the podium's design met our school's unique needs. This project truly showcases the dedication and creativity of our students and staff in enhancing our school environment. Go to our Rosholt High School Highlights page for more photos at : https://www.rosholt.k12.wi.us/page/high-school-highlight
26 days ago, Rosholt School District
Podium Dedication Brennen Bushman and TJ Wierzba
Podium Dedication Brennen Bushman changing the plaque
Podium Dedication Brennen Bushman changing the plaque
Podium Dedication Brennen Bushman changing the plaque
Podium Dedication
Podium Dedication
Podium Dedication
Podium Dedication
Podium Dedication Brennen Bushman and TJ Wierzba
Podium Dedication
Congratulations to Ms. Lesinski and the Rosholt Fuel Up to Play 60 Club who have been awarded with a $1,000 grant from the American Heart Association’s NFL PLAY 60 program for their participation in the Fitness Tracking Competition. For one month, Fuel Up to Play 60 had a number of classes across the nation participate in a friendly competition to log the most physical activity minutes for their selected NFL club team – and Rosholt High School came out on top representing the Green Bay Packers statewide AND nationwide! Since they were the most active group in the entire nation, they will be awarded an extra $1,000 for a grand total of $2,000! Their grant will be awarded on behalf of the Green Bay Packers and will be used towards physical education equipment and supplies.
26 days ago, Rosholt School District
Fuel Up and Play 60
Mrs Pliska's Astronomy students showed the kindergarteners from Mrs. Mork's class demonstrations on solar system, clouds, life cycle of star, phases of the moon, layers of the earth, constellations, craters and the expansion of the universe.
27 days ago, Rosholt School District
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Astronomy Demos
Students in Mrs. Pliska's chemistry and physics classes along with Mrs Voster's Anatomy/Physiology and AP Biology spent the day on April 24th exploring different programs offered at NTC during their open house event. Students got to explore technical trades like electrical lineman, emergency services, mechanic, health services, computer technology, cosmetology, civil engineering and journalism just to name a few. (more photos on Facebook)
about 1 month ago, Rosholt School District
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
NTC Trip
Check out this amazing dinosaur created by Mrs. Boenski's 2nd graders using Makedo tools! Makedo was a hit with kids today, turning everyday materials, like cardboard, into extraordinary creations. 🦕🌟
about 1 month ago, Kelly Holmes
MakeDo
MakeDo
Congratulations to Sarah Trzinski!! The WBCA (WI Basketball Coaches Association) selected her as one of 15 girls in the state to receive the Elite Academic All-State Award at the WBCA Banquet.
about 1 month ago, Rosholt School District
Sarah T at banquet
Sarah T plaque
Exploring the skies with hand-operated motion-sensing drones inspired by the read aloud 'Nobody Owns the Sky'! Our 5th graders loved this STEAM activity crafted by Mrs. Holmes.
about 1 month ago, Rosholt School District
Congratulations to Sophia Bablitch!!! 2024 WIAA State Scholar-Athlete Award Recipient The Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association has selected the 16 senior boys and 16 senior girls to receive the prestigious statewide 2024 Scholar-Athlete Award. Sophia Bablitch, Rosholt High School - 3.72 GPA Bablitch has earned a combined eight varsity letters in cross country, basketball and track & field. A three-time State track & field qualifier, she won the State championship in the 3,200-meter run her junior year. Bablitch was also a two-time State runner-up in the 1,600 meter race her sophomore and junior seasons. She possesses the Hornet track & field school records in the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 runs. Bablitch won three conference track & field titles She is a four-time State qualifier in cross country. Bablitch shares, “If I have learned anything throughout my high school career, as I balance my life as a student-athlete with a chronic medical condition, it would be resilience and mental strength. The connections and friendships I made along the way with competitors and teammates also taught me that I am never alone in my struggles.” Bablitch plans to attend the University of Minnesota to study journalism and communications, and compete in cross country and track & field.
about 1 month ago, Rosholt School District
Sophia Bablitch
We are thrilled to celebrate our 5th-grade champions! Your passion for books, hard work, and outstanding performance have made you true stars of the Battle of the Books competition today. Congratulations on your remarkable achievement!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Holmes
5th Grade Battle of the Books Winners
We are thrilled to announce our 4th-grade Battle of the Books champions! Your hard work, enthusiasm, and love for books have paid off in this year's competition!
about 1 month ago, Kelly Holmes
4th Grade Battle of the Books Winners