Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Students of the Month for November 2014

As our principal, Mr. Nettesheim, reviewed the week 12 progress report data, he discovered two things that indicate that eAchieve Academy students are doing a tremendous job with their studies this semester. First, a record number of students were on pace after the first 12 weeks. In addition, more students were on pace after week 12 than were on pace after week 8. That has never happened before.

Of course with so many students doing great things academically, it makes it even more difficult for teachers to identify students who are doing exceptionally well. The following students stood out from the crowd, however, and for their effort, improvement and/or achievement they have been designated as Students of the Month.

Students of the Month for November 2014

Andrew Banicki, Health/Physical Education
"Andrew is working hard at his fitness logs," says Physical Education teacher Ms. Pease. "He deserves Student of the Month because he went into this activity with uncertainty and has now realized the benefits." Ms. Pease notes that the work this 9th grader from Oconomowoc has done has given him a new outlook on exercise.

Kimberley Helm-Quest, Family Consumer Science
Kimberley is an 11th grader from Merrimac who is in her 3rd year at eAchieve. Family Consumer Science teacher, Ms. Schlitt, nominated Kimberley for Student of the Month because she demonstrates insight and aptitude in the area of child development. "Her assessments reflect commendable effort as she provides detail and advanced understanding in all learning targets," Ms. Schlitt says. It should be noted that Kimberley is on or ahead of pace and turning in advanced work in all 6 of her classes.

Elise Klein, 8th Grade
The middle school teaching team describes Elise as polite and hard working; a dedicated student who consistently reads the feedback from her teachers and uses it to achieve at a high academic level. Elise is in her 3rd year at eAchieve and currently resides in New Berlin.

Sage Leary, Social Studies
Sage is very attentive to detail in his work, and he takes the time needed to produce high quality assignments. According to Social Studies teacher Ms. Visner, "He shows thorough analysis and an advanced understanding of both the World History content and social studies skills." A 10th grader and aspiring musician from Holcombe, Sage is a regular participant in eSessions and does a great job of contributing to class discussions.

Isabella Puchalla, 6th Grade
Like many first year eAchieve students, Isabella struggled at times this semester while she figured out the nuances of going to school online. With help from her teachers, the 6th grader from Kiel has overcome those obstacles. Her teachers describe her as a good student who works hard and submits consistently good quality work.

Samuel Raj, Business Education/Information Technology
"Samuel is doing an excellent job in Digital Imaging this semester," says Ms. Jurisch. "His photo assignments and projects have included a variety of subjects and show great attention to detail in his work. He has used the feedback that he's received on the weekly quizzes and comments I've provided to continue to build his photography and graphic design skills." Samuel is an 11th grader from Green Bay, and is currently keeping up with his studies while visiting relatives and checking out potential colleges in Malaysia.

Mandalyn Schmidt, English
Mandalyn is a virtual school veteran, now in her 5th year at eAchieve. English teacher Ms. Panek reports that, "(Mandalyn) consistently produces advanced level work and participates regularly in eSessions." Experience has taught her that staying on pace is key to being successful, and this 11th grader from Gillett has managed to stay on pace in all of her classes all semester. Well done!

Emma Tauzell, 7th Grade
Emma has shown excellent effort during the past few weeks - particularly in Language Arts and Math. The 7th grade teachers all agree that she is a hard worker, in addition to being polite and respectful. Emma lives in Waukesha, but is spending several months with her aunt in Chile this year. 
 

Jonathan Taylor, Science
A senior from Westfield, Jonathan has consistently been on pace with his assignments this semester. Science teacher Mr. Young notes that he is at the advanced level in all learning targets. "His responses are always well written with good supporting evidence and he makes insightful and probing comments in the discussion boards," Mr. Young adds. Jonathan has his sights set on studying Computer Science in college next year.

Justin Van Ee, Math
You probably won't be seeing Justin in the Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry eSessions any more this semester. That's because he has already completed the course! Math teacher Ms. Briceno paid Justin a great compliment saying, "His questions force me to think and make me a better teacher for it. All of his questions are thoughtful and show he is a critical thinker." Justin is a senior from Kenosha who is currently evaluating his college options for next year.

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

eAchieve Academy Student Council Newsletter - November/December 2014



Dear eAchieve Students,

Welcome to the latest issue of the eAchieve Student Council Newsletter. In this issue, you will find the History of Thanksgiving special feature, personal insight from 2 students, an important reminder, and specific to this issue--thoughts from the Student Council members!

Enjoy, and be on the lookout for another edition in 2015!
Sincerely,
Your Student Council

And as always, if you have any questions, suggestions, ideas, concerns or anything else, we want to know! Send us an email at: kwoelfel@waukesha.k12.wi.us  (Karen Woelfel, Student Council Advisor)





Miah Childers, new student to eAchieve                                                                    
My experience at eAchieve these past few weeks has been outstanding! All of the teachers and students are extremely helpful. It took a little getting used to, considering this is my first year doing an online school. I have found that the key to having success here is by doing simply one thing, staying on pace. I simply love the fact you have a lot more freedom in your schedule. When I left face to face school, I thought that I wouldn’t make any friends doing school online, but I have! Overall, I feel that eAchieve is a great place to learn, and have fun while doing it!



Mandalyn Schmidt, started in grade 7

I’ve been at eAchieve for five years now and I’ve loved it!  My very first semester was little difficult, but looking back I don’t regret the change or any of the problems.  This year so far has been great and all of the teachers have been as supportive as ever.  Next year will be my last year at eAchieve (I’ll be graduating) and I hope it will be as great as every year in the past.  I’ve learned that staying on pace is the key.  I’ve gotten behind because of vacations and getting caught back up isn’t fun.  If you keep track of when things are due and work hard, either late nights or weekends, getting caught back up is completely possible.  eAchieve is a great school and a great place to learn.


Box Tops/Soup Labels Reminder 

It's that time of the year again: Box Tops for Education! Please cut out and save all the box tops and soup labels you find on products your family purchases, because they can be very beneficial to our school. They earn money for the school, which allows for some specific donations or purchases for the school to be made! So, until then, please save up! Next submission is March 1, 2015. 
You can send your Box Tops and soup labels to: 222 Maple Avenue Waukesha, WI 53186 ℅ Karen Woelfel, Student Council Advisor
A great big THANK YOU in advance!  








The History of Thanksgiving                          
Miah Childers

Americans celebrated the first Thanksgiving in 1621. The Plymouth Pilgrims were the first people to celebrate Thanksgiving. The Pilgrims were aboard the Mayflower when they landed at Plymouth, in 1620. The Wampanoag Indians taught the Pilgrims how to survive in the “New World”. They celebrated Thanksgiving to give thanks for a great harvest, and surviving the crucial winter. The Pilgrims and the Wampanoags celebrated Thanksgiving for three days. Some foods included in the glorious feast were chicken, rabbit, carrots, eggs, dried fruits, squashes, beans, fish, wild turkey, and much more. Three hundred and ninety three years later, we are still celebrating this holiday of thanks.                             

There are many interesting facts about Thanksgiving, also known as Turkey Day. Believe it or not, Thanksgiving today looks quite different than in the 1620’s. Some of our most popular Thanksgiving treats, were not present at the first Thanksgiving. Some foods that were not there include, pumpkin pie, corn, mashed potatoes, and cranberries. Benjamin Franklin wanted the Turkey to be the U.S.’s national bird. Thanksgiving is celebrated on every fourth Thursday in November. In Canada, they celebrate Thanksgiving on every second Monday in October. The US sells about 280 millions turkeys around Thanksgiving. So, next time you are sitting at the table, getting ready to fill your plate up until it is overflowing, remember to give thanks, there is plenty to be thankful for.

Bibliography:
"Thanksgiving Fast Facts." About. N.p., n.d. Web. 26 Oct. 2014.
"Thanksgiving Fun Facts." WHSV RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2014

What is your favorite part of the holiday season?
Seeing all the Christmas decorations and the listening to the story of baby Jesus and waiting for Santa Claus and presents.Me being the decorater at my house. Baking Christmas cookies has been our family's tradition as long as I can remember.-Noah Jorgensen
I was in the Christmas spirit as soon as it got cold right before Thanksgiving, humming Christmas tunes and annoying everyone I could. “It's the most wonderful time of the year!” The holidays are my favorite time for curling up by the fire with hot chocolate, and watching cheesy Hallmark Christmas movies with my family. -Abbie Papka
I wasn’t in a very “Christmasy” mood until the lights started going up around town.  Seeing all the decorations with lights makes me really happy and puts me in a good mood.  My favorite part of the holiday season is getting to spend time with family, talking and just having fun. -Mandalyn Schmidt
I guess my favorite part of the holiday season is just being able to watch all kinds of Christmas specials with my family. Another great thing is seeing all the creative lights set up when I drive around the neighborhood or in downtown. -Adam Sternig
I love listening to Christmas songs, driving by beautiful Christmas lights, and spending time with family. Not only is it a time of laughter and joy, but it is also a time to remember the birth of baby Jesus. Don’t forget all of the yummy treats that come with the holidays! It truly is the most wonderful time of the year! -Miah Childers
My favorite part of the holidays is being apart of a parade with my dad’s side of the family. We get all dressed up and everything. It was cold this year, but we were prepared and excited. Handwarmers and everything, we always have a blast doing it.-Jessica Rowley
My favorite part of the holiday season is — among the beautiful Christmas decorations and familiar tunes — feeling the warmth in my community. On this day, I generally enjoy spending time with my family, watching movies, and eating a delicious home-cooked meal. -  Talis Shelbourne

What would you like to remember about 2014?
I would like to remember the time I got my Temps for driving.- Noah Jorgensen
I know I will remember that is was really really cold and we had cold days off of school instead of snow days, but I would rather FORGET that! - Ms Woelfel
I will remember 2014 as a year of heightened awareness of racial tensions, gender inequalities, and mental illnesses, and the year I learned that my voice truly matters.-Abbie Papka

Getting my drivers license, winning 2800 tickets on one machine in the arcade at the Great Wolf Lodge, getting a good score on my ACT and all the great movies that came out. -Adam Sternig


I would like to remember my cruise I went on this summer to the mediterranean.It was the best. The best summer was the last summer before my brother was going off to college so it was awesome to spend that time with him.-Jessica Rowley

I will remember my “best students” to whom I taught golf and hope to see on a golf course one day. I will also remember seeing Texas and wearing a very cool cowboy hat! And of course, I will remember being inducted into eAchieve’s National Honor Society- Talis Shelbourne

I will remember starting my very first year at eAchieve. -Miah Childers








December Fun Facts

  1. The birthstone of December is turquoise.
  1. Zodiac signs for December are Sagittarius (November 22 - December 21) and Capricorn (December 22 - January 19).
  1. The birth flower of December is the narcissus.
  1. World's AIDS Day is celebrated on December 1st.
  1. December 3 - International Day of the Disabled Person
  1. On December 3, 1967, the first heart transplant was completed.
  1. National Read a New Book Month
  1. Nobel Prizes are awarded in December.
  1. On December 4, 1791, The Observer newspaper (the first Sunday newspaper) was first published in Britain.

  1. On December 7, 1941, The United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor was attacked by Japanese planes which killed more than 2,300 Americans.
  1. On December 17, 1903, the Wright Brothers made their first flight
  1. On December 20, 1803, the Louisiana Purchase was completed.
  1. Hanukkah is December 16 - 24

  1. Kwanzaa is celebrated on December 26 - January 1 every year.
  1. December 27th is National Chocolate Day
  1. On December 29, 1862, the bowling bowl was invented.
  1. Poinsettia Day is on December 12th.

  1. Universal Human Rights Month

  1. National Stress Free Family Holiday Month

Bibliography:
"December Facts - Fun Facts About December | Famous Birthdays."December Facts - Fun Facts About December | Famous Birthdays. N.p., n.d. Web. 08 Dec. 2014.
"The History Place - This Month in History: December." The History Place - This Month in History: December. The History Place, copyright 2014. Web. 08 Dec. 2014.



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From all of us to you:

Keep up the good work and get caught up!
AND
Have a great winter break!



Thursday, December 4, 2014

Students of the Month for September/October 2014

It has become a tradition here at eAchieve Academy to recognize students throughout the school year who are making the most of their opportunities in our unique learning environment. Students who are nominated by their teachers to receive Student of the Month honors are full time eAchieve students who have demonstrated one or more of the following qualities:
          • Outstanding academic achievement
          • Extraordinary effort
          • Noticeable improvement
          • Determination in overcoming obstacles
Every month there are many, many students deserving of recognition and it is often difficult to select just one from each academic department. So we congratulate this round of honorees and encourage those who would like to one day be considered for Student of the Month honors to keep up the good work.

Students of the Month for September 2014


Sydney Becker, English
Now in her fourth year at eAchieve, Sydney has nearly mastered the art of online learning. "(Sydney) has done incredible work in her English class," says English teacher Ms. Rosno. The 9th grader from Waukesha shows tremendous effort and her answers are consistently detailed, thoughtful, and sophisticated.

Justin Blaesing, Math
An 11th grader from Racine, Justin has been working on pace and communicates well with his teachers. Math teacher Ms. Briceno says he attends eSessions regularly and asks questions when he doesn't understand a concept. "(Justin) retakes assessments, after reading his feedback, for a better grade," she adds.


Julianna Campbell, Family Consumer Science
"Julianna consistently submits superior cooking assessments," according to Family Consumer Science teacher Mrs. Schlitt. "She provides excellent detail and demonstrates care with her work." Julianna is a 7th grade student who lives in Waukesha.

Tevin Groth, World Language
An 11th grader from Neenah, Tevin has had a fantastic start to Spanish this year. "Learning another language online can be challenging," says Spanish teacher Ms. Jurisch, "but Tevin has accepted that challenge in his second year of Spanish and is doing great work in all 5 of the learning targets."

Veronica Hoy, Social Studies
An 8th grader from Watertown, Veronica has started the school year off very well. She has been doing an excellent job or staying on pace and completing quality work. Social Studies teacher Mr. Lehmann notes that Veronica has shown tremendous growth as a student.

Ruth Mile, 8th Grade
Ruth is an invested student. She seeks help as needed and tries hard. The 8th grader from Merrill works to stay on pace and submits proficient work. She attends eSessions and inquires about doing better.


Margaret Papka, Science
Science teacher Mr. Johnson describes Maggie as "an especially gifted chemist when it comes to laboratory investigations." A senior from Pewaukee, Maggie submits high quality work and makes a superior effort to stay on pace.

Karisa Perik, 7th Grade
Karisa has mastered learning online quickly and proficiently. Her assignments are well organized, of high quality and submitted on time. She is actively engaged in eSessions and shows that she really likes to learn. She is a solid student and enjoys her classes. She is very clever and it shows in her work. Karisa lives in Oconomowoc.

Kayelona Rakowski, 6th Grade
Making the transition to online learning can be difficult, but Kayelona has done a marvelous job. The 6th grader from Pound, WI regularly attends and actively participates in eSessions. The 6th grade teaching team says she has made consistent effort to submit assignments on time and pays attention to details in her work. 

Students of the Month for October 2014


Kessia Anderson, World Language
"Kessia consistently submits high-quality work that demonstrates her commitment to frequent study and practice," according to French teacher Ms. Lemke-Pawlak. "In particular, she has worked hard to develop very authentic pronunciation skills. It is a pleasure to read and listen to her classwork!" Kessia is a 9th grade student from Waukesha.

Ava Brewer, Health/Physical Education
Ava's strong desire to learn and remarkable leadership have made a big impression on her teachers and classmates. The 6th grader from Milwaukee attends all eSessions and not only comes prepared to participate but she also is an active listener. Health teacher Ms. Mueller says, "She always asks questions when needed and keeps the class on track. She also is not afraid to ask questions through email or send me helpful outside resources that may connect to material I am teaching." 

Darryl Brooks, 8th Grade
A resident of Menomonee Falls, Darryl submits high quality assignments, stays on pace & communicates well when he needs help.  He is on pace and doing advanced level work in all of his classes.

Julia Childers, 7th Grade
The 7th grade teaching team identified Julia as a strong student, particularly in math. The 7th grader from Franksville works hard, and is very sweet and genuine. She has submitted good quality work in science, as well as very consistent effort and deep thinking in Language arts!

Alena Gage, English
English teacher Ms. Rosno attributes Alena's success as an eAchieve student to a couple of key facts. She regularly attends eSessions and is not afraid to ask for help when needed. "She is an excellent communicator and works hard to stay on pace," Ms. Rosno says. "I have thoroughly enjoyed getting to know Alena this semester!" Alena is a 10th grader from Green Bay.

Caeli Harmon, 6th Grade
A 6th grader from Stoughton, Caeli always turns in quality work and has demonstrated mastery of the topics in class. She seems to work hard, seeks to keep on pace and submits quality work.

Sawyer Link, Math
"Sawyer is one of the most dedicated students I have," says Math teacher Mr. Shanklin. "He makes it to every main lesson and help session and always asks questions if he doesn't understand the material." Sawyer is in his fifth year with eAchieve and lives in Milwaukee.

John Meidenbauer, Social Studies
A senior from Sussex, Konrad has shown remarkable effort and engagement in US History II. Social Studies teacher Ms. Meinen says, "He is a consistent and thoughtful participant in eSessions who encourages and challenges his fellow classmates. Furthermore, his submissions are of exceptional quality. Konrad is truly a pleasure to have in class."

Jesse Rosario, Family Consumer Science
Jesse stands out as an exceptional cook in World Wide Cuisine class! "His assessments are very detailed and include many pictures of him engaged in culinary steps... almost as good as a cooking show!" according to Family Consumer Science teacher Mrs. Schlitt. "I look forward to seeing what he cooks each week. His written reflections are detailed and go above and beyond." Jesse is a 10th grader who lives in Waukesha.



Tuesday, July 8, 2014

eAchieve Academy Honor Roll - Spring 2014

eAchieve Academy would like to recognize all the students in our high school program who through hard work, self discipline and determination, attained Honor Roll status during the spring semester of the 2013-14 school year. Students who achieved a grade point average of 3.0 to 3.499 are listed on the Honor Roll and students whose grade point average for the semester is at 3.5 or higher are designated as having achieved High Honors. Congratulations to all!

High Honor Roll - Spring Semester 2013-14


Student Name Grade Hometown
Kalimah Al-Mujaahid 12 Milwaukee
Kali Andersen 12 Sturtevant
Hannah Atkinson 12 Eastman
Samuel Barbour 12 Kenosha
Drew Bednarz 12 Greendale
Rachel Benicek 12 Verona
Brett Boehm 12 Greenfield
Heidi Brander 12 Theresa
Vivian Brooks 12 Ashland
Julia Burns 12 Pewaukee
Elle Coon 12 Franklin
Mason Culver 12 Oconto Falls
Ian Culver 12 Oconto Falls
Tyler Du Charme 12 New Berlin
Leah Evraets 12 Sheboygan Falls
Lindsay Fink 12 Waukesha
Emma Fish 12 Milton
Ian Glazer  12 Wauwatosa
Shoshana Goldberg 12 Milwaukee
Savannah Goral 12 East Troy
Brett Grycowski 12 Milwaukee
Jessica Harm 12 Wisconsin Rapids
Kadence Haugland 12 Hartford
Andrew Kost 12 Caledonia
George Kowalski 12 Hales Corners
Kylie Lisius 12 Fort Atkinson
Mae Lubbe 12 Platteville
Alayne Marcis 12 Stratford
Rachel May 12 Greenfield
Rachel Neder 12 New Berlin
Stephanie Nordseth 12 Hartland
Kathryn Reynolds 12 Madison
Angelica Roth 12 Viroqua
Rachael Rudesill 12 Dodgeville
Jacob Severson 12 Franklin
Logan Sparks 12 Tomah
Ivy St. John 12 McHenry, IL
Amber Stanczak 12 Menasha
James Stewart 12 Milwaukee
Sarah Stock 12 Mukwonago
Cassandra Treichel 12 Greenleaf
Dana Walding 12 Slinger
Shelby Zimmerman 12 Waterford
Nicole Allison 11 Milwaukee
Rachel Atwood 11 Silver Cliff
CJ Cahala 11 Menomonee Falls
Amanda Cantrell 11 Oconomowoc
Audrey Cook 11 Milwaukee
Emily Crowe 11 Neenah
Clara Degallier 11 Fountain City
Stephen Drena 11 North Prairie
Asher Evraets 11 Sheboygan Falls
Elizabeth Ferg 11 Ogdensburg
Olivia Frie 11 Richfield
Leah Gohlke 11 Neshkoro
Emily Kirch 11 McFarland
Rebecca Koble 11 Nekoosa
Trevor Korhorn 11 Waukesha
Michael Kreuser 11 Hubertus
Garrett Lyons 11 Eau Claire
Donelle Meyer 11 Salem
Samara Pachefsky 11 Mequon
Manya Pachefsky 11 Mequon
Margaret Papka 11 Pewaukee
Alex Patrouille 11 Waupun
Jenna Reichert 11 West Bend
Natalia Rudesill 11 Dodgeville
Andrew Saied 11 Greenfield
Alina Scheisser 11 New London
Elijah Schiek 11 North Fond du Lac
Talis Shelbourne 11 Milwaukee
Adam Sternig 11 Greenfield
Dakota Streck 11 Plymouth
Collin Struck 11 Athelstane
Jonathan Taylor 11 Westfield
Luke Ulatowski 11 Fredonia
Justin Van Ee 11 Kenosha
Stephanie Wanta 11 Wausau
Hannah Watkins 11 West Salem
Ruqqiyyah Al-Mujaahid 10 Milwaukee
Hannah Atwood 10 Silver Cliff
Jared Banach 10 Oconomowoc
Sarah Bridges 10 Janesville
Nathalie Burmeister 10 Chippewa Falls
Cierra Clark 10 Brookfield
Ives Cupino 10 Oconto Falls
Julia Dieringer 10 Neenah
Elizabeth Fenninore 10 Greendale
Gabrielle Ferg 10 Ogdensburg
Isaac Ferron 10 Luxemburg
Tyler Frederiksen 10 Racine
Tevin Groth 10 Neenah
Isaac Harm 10 Wisconsin Rapids
Kimberley Helm-Quest 10 Merrimac
Jacob Krueger 10 Merrill
Emma Lorenz 10 Muskego
Tova Noll 10 Milwaukee
Ariana Northway 10 Milwaukee
Abigail Papka 10 Pewaukee
Nathan Qi 10 Brookfield
Mandalyn Schmidt 10 Gillett
Sydney Sobon 10 East Troy
Rachel Ulatowski 10 Fredonia
Janelle Woods 10 Fort Atkinson
Chana Bekker 9 Milwaukee
Jacinda Brown 9 Milwaukee
April Cannalte 9 Racine
Haley Collins 9 Hales Corners
Alena Gage 9 Green Bay
Nathan Hansen 9 Milwaukee
Susanna Harkavy 9 Hartland
Mostafa Hassan  9 Whitefish Bay
Michael Intravaia 9 New Berlin
Casie Kirch 9 McFarland
Gabrielle Kluth 9 Waukesha
Katelin Knauer 9 West Allis
Kelly Knitt 9 Wausau
Madison Lange 9 Lannon
Sage Leary 9 Holcombe
Jacob Leitenberger 9 Dousman
Elijah Mathia 9 Eagle
John Schindler 9 Hartland
Mikhel Shvarts 9 Milwaukee
Anthony Sottile 9 Milwaukee
Michael Stock 9 Mukwonago
Tanner Streck 9 Plymouth


Honor Roll - Spring Semester 2013-14


Student Name Grade Hometown
Allison Baker 12 Peshtgo
Hannah Baker 12 DePere
Madeline Balge 12 Milwaukee
Dillon Fayerweather 12 Hudson
Jacob Free 12 Plover
Rachel Gander 12 Larsen
Jazmine Hansen 12 Hartford
Samuel Jacobson 12 Prairie du Chien
Savannah Lemke 12 Waukesha
August Lindert 12 Cambria
Shiane Monday 12 Neenah
Marion Picard 12 Waukesha
Stephanie Ramlow 12 Sussex
Charlie Ray 12 Muskego
Scott Reinert 12 Sheboygan Falls
Kayla Rivera 12 Waukesha
Abigail Schieber 12 Dousman
Kenneth Schultz 12 Pewaukee
Shye Spiegler 12 Hartford
Shianne Stoll 12 Holcombe
Lillian Tharman 12 West Bend
Ashleigh Wright 12 Freedom
Leya Benkowski 11 Big Bend
Leticia Chan-Viramontes 11 Milwaukee
Micaela Clark 11 Waupun
Erin DeShong 11 Waukesha
Abigail Dinger 11 Bloomer
Amber Drewek 11 Jackson
Avi Gelfman 11 Milwaukee
Alannah Gregory 11 Milwaukee
Benjamin Harvey 11 Waukesha
Rachel Jarich 11 Burlington
Brandon Jung 11 Cottage Grove
Ismail Kamel 11 Oshkosh
Makayla Kesler 11 Oconto Falls
Aliyah Klass 11 Milwaukee
Miranda Laurent 11 Green Bay
Katherine Law-Gotich 11 Hudson
Tyler Lowe 11 Menomonee Falls
Cheryl Magier 11 Milwaukee
Kendra Martin 11 DeForest
Emily Milner 11 Waukesha
Ashleigh Ponga 11 Menomonee Falls
Nicole Srb 11 Sun Prairie
Michael Thatcher 11 New Berlin
Tyler Tohausen 11 Watertown
Mauro Torres 11 Lake Mills
Lawrence Twerski 11 Milwaukee
Natalie Waldron 11 Slinger
Elijah Walters 11 Hartland
Sebastian Weigman 11 Oconomowoc
Brent Blaylock 10 Solon Springs
Anna Burie 10 Green Bay
Aaron Daus 10 Neenah
Daniel Deburgh 10 Racine
Jason DeGrand 10 New Franken
Steven Gage 10 Green Bay
Andrew Hansen 10 Burlington
Kaya Heller 10 Greendale
Joshua Jensema 10 Oshkosh
Isaac Kukulka 10 Auburndale
Tamar Lakritz 10 Mequon
Conlan Ledwith 10 Franksville
Alexandria Leech 10 Somers
Raena Sadowski 10 Milwaukee
Sarah Seroogy 10 Pulaski
Horatio Servais 10 Menomonee Falls
Courtney Sigmund 10 Janesville
Oscar Sorvick 10 Greenfield
Nikki Taylor 10 Kenosha
Brianna Welch 10 Neenah
Josiah Wieber 10 Mukwonago
Rayoung Chan-Viramontes 9 Milwaukee
Annalee DePriest 9 Milwaukee
Grace Ferron 9 Luxemburg
Isaac Gelfman 9 Milwaukee
McKenzie Kelleher 9 Prescott
Sawyer Link 9 Milwaukee
Trevor Matthews 9 Milwaukee
Lily Miller 9 Milwaukee
Kyle Moran 9 Caledonia
Marina Mordell 9 Neenah
Faisal Naseem 9 Eau Claire
Sarah Neder 9 New Berlin
Marshall Price 9 Milwaukee
Angeleah Sparks 9 Tomah
Alexander Stapleman 9 Racine
Kaley Weber 9 East Troy