Winter 2019 Badger Community Ed Catalog/Lake Geneva Schools Update

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2019 Course Guide District Update


220 E. SOUTH STREET, LAKE GENEVA, WI 53147 262-348-2006 WWW.LAKEGENEVASCHOOLS.COM Search Community Education







WISCONSIN DPI 20 17-201 8 ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT CARD By: Dr. James Gottinger, Superintendent We are proud to report that The Lake Geneva Joint #1 School District’s schools have earned a five-star rating, the State’s highest achievement mark, based on the 2017-2018 Wisconsin Student Assessment System (WSAS) results. We couldn’t be more proud of the accomplishments of our schools and the success our students displayed on this assessment. A huge shout out goes to our excellent teaching staff who prepare our students for academic success each and every day. Our staff continually goes above and beyond to help our students academically, socially and emotionally as they help to develop the “whole child”. Our teachers also make sure they grow professionally by advancing their own education as almost 80% of our staff have Master’s degrees or above. We certainly are proud of the achievement of our students and the support provided by their families. This distinction is truly a product of all of us working together toward a common goal, that being what is in the best interests of our students and your children. Our district has provided optimal class size (18 in grades K3 and an average of 21 grades 4-8) to help us in achieving this success. Couple our optimal class size with quality, internal professional development that focuses on best practices in our core instruction and you have the makings of the fine education and results as demonstrated by our students on this assessment.

2017-2018 State Report Card Grades 83.2 | Lake Geneva Joint #1 77.4 | Burlington 75.8 | Elkhorn 69.9 | Traver 72.1 | Walworth 69.0 | Wheatland 73.5 | Williams Bay 75.9 | Woods

Congratulations to our students, staff, parents and all those who helped us achieve this distinguished five-star rating!


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Help! I Have Nothing to Wear! Sheila Osborne, Owner Executive Image, Ltd.

Wednesday, January 23, 2019 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $20.00 Look Slimmer, Younger & Save Money!!!

• Do you feel overwhelmed in a department store or even your closet? • Do you wear the same outfits over and over? • Are you interested in looking slimmer and younger? • Do you waste money on clothes you don’t wear? • We can help! Get control of your closet now! We’ll teach you how to shop quickly and efficiently and make choices that are not only flattering but work for your lifestyle and budget constraints. Learn how to “build a wardrobe” that works for you not against you. Each participant will receive a personal color, body type and fashion personality analysis. You will also receive your personalized color chart and key style recommendations for your body type to take home. NOTE: Dress in clothing that will allow measurements, with little or no makeup.

All About Credit

Setting a Financial Course for Success

Amanda Kostman, Outreach Specialist, Youth & Family Extension Educator UW Extension

Amanda Kostman, Outreach Specialist, Youth & Family Extension Educator UW Extension

Thursdays, January 17 & 24, 2019 6:00-8:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 611 $10.00

Monday, February 11, 2019 6:00-8:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 611 $10.00

Learn strategies to get on a path of financial freedom.

Participants will learn strategies to: • Set a course for financial success • Stay on track for financial success

Distance Running . . .

The track is open year round for use by area runners. Enter the facility on the north side. Please note that teams will be using the track between 3:15-6:00PM throughout the fall and spring seasons. Team practices and games take precedence.

Learn strategies to get on a path of financial freedom. Participants will learn: • How to select lines of credit that will help them reach their goals • About how Credit History and Scores work • Strategies to improve their credit score

Badger Hall Walkers . . .

Take advantage of Badger’s long, spacious hallways for fitness walking. The halls will be open on school days before school from 6:00-7:15 AM and after school from 3:15-6:00 PM. Register in the Main Office once and receive a pass.


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2019 2018


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162173 11Manufacturing 12 13 14 151Technology ternational Show (IMTS) Thanksgiving Break Altered Day 24 22 23 21 19 20 18 in September. by Walworth 9 10 8 sponsored 5 6trip7was 4 The 11/21-23 11/8 28 25 County Economic Alliance members 16 17 1429 1530 13Development 1126 1227 Thanksgiving Break 24including 19 covered 20 21 22 (WCEDA)18who all 23 costs coach 11/21-23bus 30t-shirts. 28 29and 25 26 27lunch service, admission, The goal of the trip was to introduce students and 1 Altered Day teachers to2the3 exciting, high-tech 12/13 4 5 6 7 8 careers in manufacturing. Inspiration participating will help students 9 10 11 from 12 13 14 151 Winter Break Altered Day 12/24 - 1/4 link their16 school work in this high 20future 12/13 217318 4195to 621722careers 8 25 26 27 skill, high23/30wage, high field. 9 24/10 11 12demand 1328 1429 15 31 Winter Break IMTS 2018 hosted the20 highest 12/24 - 1/4 16 17 18 19 21 22number of exhibiting 23/ 24/ 25 26 27 companies 30ever31 (2,563) and28 was29the largest in num2018-2019 Hours ber of registrationsBadger (129,415) andSchool in net square feet 7:40 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. LGMS 7:30 a.m. 2:50 p.m. Place of exhibit space (1,424,232) at the McCormick Central-Denison 8:45 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. 2018-2019 School complex. IMTS is held every even-numbered Eastview 8:30 a.m.Hours - 3:35 p.m. year Badger 7:40a.m. a.m.- 3:35 - 3:00p.m. p.m. Star Center 8:30 LGMSbuyers and7:30 a.m. - 2:50 p.m. 117 in Chicago and attracts sellers from Central-Denison 8:45 a.m. - 3:50 p.m. countries. Eastview 8:30 a.m. - 3:35 p.m. Work/In-Service (No Students) Star Center 8:30 a.m. - 3:35 p.m. No Classes Thank you to these businesses who sponsored this experience for Badger students. MPC, Plymouth Tube, Work/In-Service (No Students) No Classes USG, Mode Ind, Medicoil and R&L Springs.

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LGMS Promotion Ceremony 2018-2019 School Hours Badger 7:40 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 6/6 Badger LGMS 7:30 a.m. - 2:50High p.m. School Graduation 6/9 Central-Denison 8:45 a.m. -LGMS 3:50 p.m. Promotion Ceremony Eastview 8:30 a.m. - Teacher 3:35 p.m. Workday 6/6 & PD Star Center 8:30 a.m. - 3:35 p.m. 6/7

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Lake Geneva Local History Series Instructors are all affiliated with Black Point Estate & Gardens Badger High School Room 605 6:30-7:30PM

$5.00 / class or $25.00 for the 7 Week Series Spend this winter getting better acquainted with the past. The Wisconsin Historical Society presents a seven week-long series focused on the local history of the Geneva Lake. This program will help participants get a better understanding of the rich and varied history of the region during the grand resort era (1880s-1920s.) Instructors are from the Society’s Black Point Estate and Gardens location. The series includes programs on Black Point Estate, Victorian funeral customs, historic preservation within Walworth County, as well as programs on the shore path and the sordid and scandalous side of Lake Geneva. Classes can be taken separately or as an entire series.

Lake Geneva’s Footsteps Through Time (New for 2019) January 16: 6:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Chris Brookes

Almost anywhere you go around Lake Geneva, you are walking in the footsteps of the past. The lake itself was formed by glaciers; some of the boats on the lake go back a hundred years or more. Native Americans of the past etched the walking path into the land that crosses the lawns of Chicago’s elite who took refuge here after the Great Chicago Fire. Plus more sights that make Lake Geneva a Distinctive Destination.

Sordid and Scandalous Lake Geneva (New for 2019) January 23: 6:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Michael Rehberg

Hear the historic gossip of Lake Geneva including a dish on a 1950’s bank robbery, the town’s tie to prohibition gangsters and tales of the Geneva Lake sea serpent. Includes the scandalous past of downtown and the historic Maple Park neighborhood.

Why Do We Call It That? (New for 2019) January 30: 6:30-7:30pm

February 6: 6:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Stephen Person

Victorians embraced death as a cause for elaborate ritual. During this era (1876 – 1915) the ritual of death became increasingly sophisticated. This program will feature a presentation on Victorian funeral and mourning customs by Stephen Person, a recently retired funeral director.

They Can’t All be Museums: Historic Preservation in Walworth County Through Adaptive Use (New for 2019) February, 27: 6:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Dave Desimone

Historic preservation is a challenging endeavor, but when successfully accomplished, can enrich a community. This program will highlight ten examples of buildings throughout Walworth County that were saved from the wrecking ball through adaptive use. Some of the buildings on this list might surprise you. _____________________________________________________________

Instructor Biographies:

Instructor: Chris Brookes

Chris Brookes is Outreach Coordinator for Black Point Estate and Gardens, the Wisconsin Historical Society’s historic house museum in Lake Geneva. Brookes was born and raised in Lake Geneva, taught school in Michigan and Texas before returning home to conclude her teaching career. She earned her education degrees from University of Michigan and Viterbo University. She presents a variety of programs and is active in local history, genealogical, and historic preservation groups.

Eighteen camps have graced the shores of Geneva Lake providing venues for all ages, all income levels and many cultures. Listen to unique stories of why they were started, who they served and what they offered the campers. Learn how these camps enhanced the entire lake area.

Select Photos of the Geneva Lake Area from the Seipp Photograph Collection February 13: 6:30-7:30pm

February 20: 6:30-7:30pm

Instructor: Michael Rehberg

From Duck Lake to Lake Como and Bigfoot Lake to Geneva Lake, this program explains how and why key places in our local area got their names. Learn the answers to questions like: Who was Edward C. Delavan, Lewis F. Linn, and Rueben J. Walworth? Where was the town called Hudson? What happened to West Troy? And more.

Camps of Geneva Lake

When Angels Carried Them Away: Death and Mourning in the Victorian Era (New for 2019)

Instructor: Dave Desimone

A photographic slide show of seldom seen images of the Geneva Lake area from the Seipp photograph collection. Images include vintage automobiles, sailing on Geneva Lake, Yerkes Observatory, Downtown Lake Geneva and of course Black Point Estate.

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Dave Desimone is the director of Black Point Estate and Gardens. Dave

holds a Bachelor’s degree in history from Youngstown State University and a Master’s Degree in Public History from Kent State University. Desimone has held prior positions with the Ohio Historical Society, Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens and the Cleveland Botanical Garden before moving to Wisconsin in 2013.

Stephen Person currently resides in Walworth, Wisconsin. Person has had

a varied career, including positions as school bus driver, paramedic, and funeral director. Person’s hobbies are equally as varied, including coffin making, sewing, motorcycle riding and sky diving.

Michael Rehberg is a year round Lake Como resident and has been coming

to the area for over 50 years. Recently retired from a career in the newspaper industry, Rehberg is now the lead interpreter at Black Point Estate and Gardens. Michael also holds a certificate in Not for Profit Leadership from UWParkside. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 5

PHab Lab Opens at Badger Impressive 21st century learning opportunities were unveiled at Badger High School at the official ribbon cutting event for the new PHab Lab. The event was attended by Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch, Wisconsin State Senator Stephen Nass, Mayor Tom Hartz, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction representatives and other state and local level dignitaries, but the stars of the day were the Badger students who gave impressive demonstrations of the new technology that is a growing facet of Badger culture. The fabrication lab, or makerspace, outfitted and designed by Elkhorn-based Palmer Hamilton, hence PHab Lab, is a space for students to be inventive and collaborative. “Currently students are able to access 3D printers and a laser cutter/engraver, and soon a table-top (computer numerical control) CNC machine. Along with these components comes design space that uses programs like Tinkercad and Inventor Cloud,” said Russ Tronsen, Principal. “Also, we have collaborative

space where students can network via a Google Jamboard.” Getting a makerspace in the high school was a community effort that included advisory meetings and an unsuccessful grant attempt. After hearing of Badger’s efforts and interest, Palmer Hamilton reached out to help bring a

PHab Lab to the school. “They are leading in the development of fab lab spaces in K-12 school systems,” said Tronsen. “They are based out of Elkhorn and wanted to see if Badger would sign on to be a beta site. It was a no brainer for us as we really had strong support to develop a space.” The collaboration has been successful. “We are blessed to have come to Lake Geneva (Schools) and got huge participation. We feel that we entered into this agreement as a partnership,” said John Gardner, Palmer Hamilton Dignitary participants in the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Badger CEO. The PHab High School’s new PHab Lab included (left to right), Rachel Harmeling, Badger Library Media Specialist, Brent Kindred, Wisconsin Department Lab is still develof Public Instruction Technology/Engineering Consultant; Gregory oping. Based on Herker, Palmer Hamilton PHab Lab Program Director; State Senator student response, Stephen Nass, District 11; Dr. James Gottinger, Superintendent of Lake additional compoGeneva Schools District; John Gardner, Palmer Hamilton CEO; Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch; Lake Geneva Mayor Tom Hartz; Monica nents may be addTreptow, Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Library Media ed based on need Education Program Consultant; and Badger High School Principal and demand. “StuRuss Tronsen. dents can benefit greatly from this space through developing innovative and entrepreneurial skills, collaboration, problem-solving, and other 21st century skills,” Tronsen stated. The PHab Lab is becoming part of the greater culture of the Badger community and there will be opportunities for the public to utilize the space through Community Education offerings in the winter. “This is our opportunity to open our doors for all of our kids in this great area,” said James Gottinger, Superintendent of Lake Geneva Schools, “and for everybody to have the opportunity to get these experiences within our school."


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BHS Fitness Facility

Open 6:00-9:00 p.m., Mon. - Thurs.

on days when school is in session

Financial Literacy: College Planning

Victor Frasher, Director of Community Engagement Tuesday, January 22, 2019 or Thursday, March 7, 2019 | 5:30-6:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 812 FREE – Pre-registration Required Appropriate for students and parents of future students

The ECU College Planning Center is a robust platform with age-appropriate guidance to empower families with children of all ages, providing detailed information on preparing, financing and successfully applying to college. Some features of the College Planning Center include: • Passport for Success containing grade-specific guidance with easy-to-understand explanations on the college process • The Financial Center which allows holistic planning for the entire family and for each child’s individual college needs, helping parents evaluate all of their college financing options including savings, scholarships, financial aid and loans • A Calendar that integrates relevant testing dates, college and scholarship deadlines and family specific events • A College Search to get a big picture view of schools that might be the best academic and economic fit

Mike Ward, On-site Certified Personal Trainer

Membership fees Badger Fitness Center: Term Resident* Non-Resident Annual Semi-Annual Resident College Student, Annual Only** Senior Citizen, Annual Only*** Daily

$100 $200 $60 $120 $50 N/A $50 $100 $2.00 $5.00

*Resident of the Lake Geneva-Genoa City UHS School District: Lake Geneva, Genoa City, Springfield, Bloomfield, Pell Lake, Town of Linn. **Recent (2015-2018) Badger graduate currently enrolled in a college – must present valid school ID card. ***Age 65 or older. Must be a resident of Lake Geneva-Genoa City UHS School District. Annual only. Must present valid ID.

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• A Scholarship Search Engine using customized criteria to help students locate scholarships that meet their unique profile • The Resource Center which contains college planning tools and services

REGISTER ONLINE: To pay by credit, Find Badger Community Education under Programs on the District Drop-down:


Global Cardboard Challenge:

Build something amazing out of cardboard, recycled materials and imagination EASTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Short Bios Featuring Lake Geneva Schools Teachers & Staff

Fourth graders from Mrs. Nor and Mrs. Harkey's classes at Eastview Elementary School participated in the Global Box Challenge this year. Students were challenged to work collaboratively with their peers to create an arcade game out of recyclable materials. Many students persevered through design challenges and on Friday, October 19 they were able to share their games with the school. Inspired by the short film, ‘Caine’s Arcade,’ the Global Cardboard Challenge is an annual event presented by the Imagination Foundation to celebrate child creativity and the role communities can play in fostering it. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 8


The teachers and staff at Lake Geneva Schools are dedicated, talented, and wonderful individuals. Every day they work with children to provide every student an excellent education that ensures the development of responsible, respectful citizens and inspires life-long learning. Let's take a moment to get to know these remarkable individuals. Each week, we will post a short bio featuring one teacher or staff member. Visit or follow us on Facebook @ LakeGenevaSchools.

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2018 Annual Notice of Special Education Referral and Evaluation Procedures Upon request, the Lake Geneva School District is required to evaluate a child for eligibility for special education services. A request for evaluation is known as a referral. When the district receives a referral, the district will appoint an Individualized Education Program (IEP) team to determine if the child has a disability, and if the child needs special education services. The district locates, identifies, and evaluates all children with disabilities who are enrolled by their parents in private (including religious) schools, elementary schools and secondary schools located in the school district. A physician, nurse, psychologist, social worker, or administrator of a social agency who reasonably believes a child brought to him or her for services is a child with a disability has a legal duty to refer the child, including a homeless child, to the school district in which the child resides. Before referring the child, the person making the referral must inform the child's parent that the referral will be made. Others, including parents, who reasonably believe a child is a child with a disability may also refer the child, including a homeless child, to the school district in which the child resides. Referrals must be in writing and include the reason why the person believes the child is a child with a disability. A referral may be made by contacting Lauren Spierenburg, Director of Special Education for Lake Geneva School District, at 262-3481000 ext. 1102, or by writing him/her at 208 E South Street Lake Geneva, WI 53147 or email at lauren.spierenburg@

Wizards Wow Crowd and Encourage Students With Positive Message


Character was the message of the Harlem Wizards Trick Hoopz & Alley Oops when they visited Lake Geneva Schools this fall. Whether they were speaking to groups or interacting with students during lunch hours, the players encouraged all to be the best they can be. Sponsored by the Central-Denison Elementay School PTO, the Wizards presented assemblies, visited lunchrooms and put on a community performance where students and faculty were part of the action. Thanks to the PTO for their efforts to bring this group to Lake Geneva Schools, again, and thanks to the teachers and students who participated.

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Veterans Honored at LGMS Celebration

Lake Geneva Middle School held its annual Veterans Day celebration with a program featuring patriotic music performed by the school’s seventh and eighth grade orchestras and bands, directed by Mrs. Lauren Klement and Mrs. Amanda Krause. The combined seventh and eighth grade chorus, directed by Mrs. Kim May and accompanied by Mrs. Carol Berndt, also performed. Colors were posted by the Color Guard from Post 24 of The American Legion, from Lake Geneva. Veterans who attended the program “passed the microphone” to introduce themselves and announced when and where they served. Following the assembly, community members, family members of students who are veterans, spouses of veterans, or widows of veterans attended a luncheon prepared and served by eighth graders from Mrs. Tara Borland’s family and consumer science class.

Innovative Teaching: It All Adds Up MATH MANIPULATIVES

Math manipulatives make math fun! Children of all ages enjoy using these concrete tools to make sense of the problems they are given. They especially help our younger learners who are discovering new math concepts for the first time. A relationship is built when students are shown visually how to solve problems and given opportunities to “try” something using math manipulatives. With repeated practice and “play” with manipulatives. Then, math fluency develops rapidly. In this example, Mrs. Meinel's Star Center 2nd grade class is using math manipulatives to add larger numbers. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 10

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Active Hour

Makeup 101 – Basic Techniques

For 6th, 7th & 8th Graders

Sheila Osborne, Owner Executive Image, Ltd.

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 6:30-9:00 p.m. Badger Room 802 $25.00

Elizabeth Hughes, LGMS PE Instructor

Session 1: January 15-February 14 Session 2: February 19-March 21 Tuesdays & Thursdays 6:30-7:10 a.m.

Lake Geneva Middle School Gym

$50.00 / session

This class is designed to let middle school students be active BEFORE school. Studies show that exercise before school benefits students tremendously in the classroom. We will be in the gym playing organized games such as kickball, capture the cone, dodgeball, etc. We will also be working individually in the fitness center. This will allow students to let out some energy before the school day starts. We will meet in the gym to begin each day. If LGMS students are in a Jazz Band or Fiddle Club- a reduced price will be offered. Please contact Elizabeth Hughes at with any questions.

A Guide to Personalized Color and Formulation Selection

Makeup is meant to enhance your natural beauty, not make you feel uncomfortable! Selections based on your coloring, personality and lifestyle are essential to achieve that goal. So why try to guess if a lip color, foundation or eyeshadow will work? Choose wisely and easily by knowing your color season. If you’re afraid you’ll end up looking like Dracula’s mother, rest assured we’ll evaluate your fashion and makeup personality and make selections to reflect you! Finally, learn basic application techniques so that you can apply your look in only minutes!! Discover your true beauty! You will receive a color analysis and we’ll figure out your fashion and makeup personality as well. This invaluable information can give you a lifetime of smart choices!

Secrets of Ageless Skin & Healthy Facial Workouts


Wednesday, February 20, 2019 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 802


What is the microbiome? It’s a colony of good and bad bacteria that exists on the surface of the skin. For decades, we’ve destroyed the microbiome with harsh skin products filled with chemicals. This has resulted in a multitude of skin problems like premature aging, rosacea and sensitivities. This class will teach you amazing new skin breakthroughs and how to protect the skin’s microbiome naturally. Create a youthful appearance without costly botox, injections and fillers. Learn facial exercises and massage to improve circulation, elasticity and firmness. Muscles are an important factor in the condition of the skin. Most of us don’t think about the job they do, but allowing them to atrophy and slacken causes sagging of the face and neck! You can look younger, have a slimmer nose and more refined chin all through facial manipulations. Join us to learn the basics of these revolutionary techniques! NOTE TO PARTICIPANTS: We will be removing makeup to perform the exercises so we can use an essential oil for the massage techniques. ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page


Zumba® Fitness Classes

Susie Cuellar, Certified Zumba Instructor, AFAA Certified

6:00-7:00 p.m. Central-Denison Elementary School Gym WINTER 1: Mondays $35.00 January 7,14,21,28 & February 4 Wednesdays $35.00 January 9, 16, 23,30 & February 6 BOTH Mon. & Wed. for $65.00 WINTER 2: Mondays - $28.00 February 11,18,25, March 4 Wednesdays - $28.00 February 13,20,27 & March 6 BOTH Mon. & Wed. $55.00 Drop-ins are always welcome $8 / class Take action to get healthy & in shape in a dance party atmosphere! Modifications available for ALL fitness levels: novice to advanced. A one-hour Zumba class can burn up to 800 calories! Bring WATER to stay hydrated & wear comfortable supportive shoes. Zumba is a high energy and high calorie burning Latin/ international infused aerobics class that feels more like a party than a workout!

Target Toning & Strong Walk Jana Walsh, Certified Personal Trainer, Instructor

Mon. & Tues., 5:15-6:15 p.m. Mondays – Target Toning Tuesdays – Strong Walk

Session 1: January 7-February 11, 2019 Session 2: February 18-April 1, 2019 Eastview Elementary School Gym $30 – 1 night/week OR $55 – 2 nights/week per session (DROP INS WELCOME - $8 per night) TARGET TONE: Looking to tighten up and strengthen your muscles? This is the class. We start with a gentle stretch to warm the muscles and move into a muscle conditioning program using Pilates, ballet, yoga, as well as light free weights, body bands, and your own body resistance. This six week program changes every two weeks as your body becomes stronger and more toned. All you need is a pair of free weights between 2 and 10 pounds, an exercise mat or beach towel, a bottle of water and comfortable attire. An 8” or 10” playground ball is recommended. A stability ball is optional. STRONG WALK: Join in the fun with this in-home walking program. The walk is designed for all ages and fitness levels. The in-home walking program uses five basic steps to increase your endurance, coupled with weight toning intervals to increase the metabolism and tone your muscles. A 10 minute abs routine rounds out the class. So put on some comfy clothes, fill a bottle for water, bring an exercise mat or beach towel, and a pair of hand weights of 2-8 pounds and join the fun!

WAIVER REQUIRED FOR ALL FITNESS PROGRAMS - SEE PAGE 23 As with any exercise or fitness program, please consult your physician before enrolling in fitness or other activity classes through Badger Community Education. Bring a water bottle and wear supportive shoes for fitness programs.

Understanding Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney & Probate Nicholas A. Egert, Egert Law, S.C., Attorneys at Law 835 Geneva Parkway North, Suite 1, Lake Geneva WI

One-night Presentation Pick One: Tuesday, January 15 or Wednesday, February 20 or Thursday, March 14, 2019 7:00-8:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 813 No Charge – Pre-registration REQUIRED Estate planning attorney, Nicholas A. Egert, from Egert Law, S.C. in Lake Geneva, will discuss and answer questions about the most important things you need to know about Wills, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Probate. In this presentation you will learn the basics on each topic, pick up helpful tips on how to navigate a probate proceeding, improve your understanding of estate planning, and get answers to your questions.


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To The Moon Yoga for Kids

Julia Volm, Certified Kidding Around Yoga Instructor for Children

Ages 4-12 January 17-February 28, 2019* *NO CLASS ON 2/14/19 6:00-7:00 p.m. Badger High School 2800 Lounge Area $40.00/($8.00 drop-in rate)


Amy Blum, Certified Insanity Instructor

This class incorporates all the beneficial aspects of yoga while having fun dancing, doing poses, and playing yoga-based games! In this class, your child will experience the physical aspects of yoga (strengthening, increasing flexibility) as well as the mental benefits of yoga (breathing techniques, visualization, mindfulness). The goal of this class is for your child to learn tools on the mat and then be able to use the tools “off the mat” to promote calmness, confidence, and emotional well-being. All of these techniques are taught using the Kidding Around Yoga (KAY) curriculum which incorporates cardiovascular training, fun and original KAY music, and games. No previous yoga experience required. Sign up your little Yogi today!

Core de Force

Amy Blum, Certified Core de Force Instructor

Mondays & Thursdays January 14 – March 21, 2019 6:00-7:00 p.m. Tuesdays January 15-March 19, 2019 *No class week of Thanksgiving

6:00-7:00 p.m. Star Center School Gym $50.00

(Drop-ins at $8.00 per class) Insanity is a cardio-based total-body conditioning program. Workouts can be between 30 minutes - 60 minutes. It’s interval training at its finest. No equipment is needed, just your body & a great attitude!! This program is for all levels and there are modifiers to all the moves. Be prepared to sweat and feel amazing after you have pushed your body to its limit. You will burn tons of calories and sculpt your entire body!

Star Center School Gym Mondays - $50.00, Thursdays - $50.00, Both - $95.00/10 week session (Drop-ins at $8.00 per class) This MMA-inspired, total body workout that uses core conditioning combinations, body weight moves, and cardo spikes to harness the power of your core and have you feeling AWESOME! You will burn major calories and carve out your waist. Only equipment needed: YOU, a mat and a water bottle!

WAIVER REQUIRED FOR ALL FITNESS PROGRAMS - SEE PAGE 23 As with any exercise or fitness program, please consult your physician before enrolling in fitness or other activity classes through Badger Community Education. Bring a water bottle and wear supportive shoes for fitness programs. ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page


Taking Care of You Amanda Kostman, Outreach Specialist, Youth & Family Extension Educator

Thursdays, March 7,14 and 21, 2019 6:00-8:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 611


Taking Care of You is a multi-session program offering practical strategies and experiences to help you deal with the stress in your life. Managing life’s challenges in a healthy way allows you to take better care of yourself and your overall health. Each week you will explore topics through small group discussion, selfreflections and activities. Activities of the program are aimed at increasing mindfulness, positive emotions, optimism, resiliency to stress, coping skills, and self-care of one’s mind, body, and spirit. Participants will learn strategies to: Take better care of all aspects of your health—body, mind, and spirit • Become more aware of the mind-body connection and how to use this awareness to improve your health • Respond with thought versus reacting automatically •

to life’s stressors Discover opportunities in life’s challenges Develop healthier habits that can lead to a healthier you • Find ways to become a happier person • Simplify your life • Live more in the moment • •

Natural Solutions to Health & Wellness

Anne Thompson, doTERRA Wellness Advocate since 2015

PICK ONE: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 or Tuesday, February 19, 2019 or Tuesday, March 29, 2019 6:30-7:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 607 $5.00 Are you curious about essential oils? Come and learn about the beauty of essential oils and natural solutions! Join us to learn more about our essential oils and how they can support the health and well-being of you and your family. Try a variety of oils and learn how to use them in your daily life. This will be a fun, hands on class where you can experience a variety of essential oils and learn about how to incorporate them into our daily lives. There will also be a raffle! EVERY HOME needs essential oils!

Digestive discomforts

Feelings of sadness

Sleep issues

Head tension

Tired, achy muscles

Immune support

Scratchy throats

Skin issues

Feelings of anxiousness


Seasonal threats


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Disorder Parent Support Groups Lake Geneva School District and the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin are partnering together to offer a parent support group for parents/guardians of children ages 3-21 who have either been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder and/or receive special education services at school under an Educational Autism label. This support group offers the opportunity to meet other parents, provide education on topics related to autism, and provide resources regarding other services and opportunities available to families with students either diagnosed medically with autism or who are identified at school under the educational autism category. Angie Schubert, an occupational therapist in the Lake Geneva School District, will be facilitating the support group along with the support of a representative from the Autism Society of Southeastern Wisconsin, Julie Quigley. This support group is offered free of charge for parents and guardians.

We Do in GT STEM Program

Upcoming Lake Geneva Autism Spectrum

Third grade GT students from Central Denison took part in a Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM) Lego project recently. The students worked in teams to build projects using the Lego We Do program. They program the computer using simple coding, connect their projects to the computer and their projects move. Projects ranged from an airplane built with a tilt sensor on board to a crane to lift a Lego robot off the ground. If the projects didn't work as expected, students needed to troubleshoot and work through the building directions to find mistakes. They also worked to improve the designs provided by the program and created their own programming to change movement and sound.

The group will meet from 6:30-8:30 p.m. January 9th, February 13th, March 13th, April 10th and May 8th Badger High School, Room 802 220 South Street | Lake Geneva, WI 53147 (Please enter Door J off Wells Street) It is not necessary to pre-register for this group.

Please note that no childcare will be provided. Attend on whichever dates work for you. If you have an questions, please feel free to contact Angie Schubert at (262) 348-7000 x7205 or Julie Quigley, Director of Education and Outreach-Autism Society Southeastern Wisconsin, at (414) 988-1263. We hope to see you there!

ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page

REGISTER AT: Questions? Call 262-348-7000, ext. 7109 BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 15

Badger FCCLA takes action on results of Road Safety Assessment Concern over a dangerous intersection near Lake Geneva Middle School and Badger High School sparked Badger FCCLA members to study traffic patterns in order to advocate for a traffic light the intersection of WI 120/Edwards Blvd. and Bloomfield Road. In conjunction with the Lake Geneva Police Department, a Road Safety Assessment (RSA) was conducted by FCCLA on September 27th at 7:00 a.m. and 2:50 p.m., each for approximately 35 minutes, the times of day that the intersection is greatly impacted by students and staff going to and from school through that intersection. “My students are aware that there are safety issues near school for vehicles, pedestrians and the community,” said Deanna Giovingo, Badger FCCLA Advisor. “One way they thought they could make an impact was to conduct the RSA. I shared with the chapter that past FCCLA members had participated in an RSA at the National FCCLA Conference in San Diego and the students thought it would be something we could do here, in our community.” With guidelines from FCCLA’s Families Acting for Community Traffic Safety (FACTS) program, which helps educate peers and local communities about personal, vehicle and traffic safety issues, the RSA revealed the following observations: Vehicles traveling from eastbound Bloomfield to southbound WI 120 frequently encroached the crosswalk in order to get a better sightline of on-

coming traffic, often actually entering the traffic lane; Foliage hinders visibility of the motorists on eastbound Bloomfield looking north; A significant number of vehicles get backed up on Bloomfield as vehicles try to turn north or south onto WI 120, with between 22-26 cars at a given time during the afterschool assessment time slot; Proximity of the intersection to the Just For Kids afterschool program at Immanuel Lutheran Church poses dangers as children are playing outside very near the intersection. Constant congestion was observed. In addition, officers and FCCLA members observed speeds up to 18 mph over the 45 mph posted speed limit, vehicles failing to come to a complete stop when the driver felt the intersection was passable, 356 incidents of distracted driving due to cell phones, conversations and interactions with other passengers in the vehicle. FCCLA also obtained from the


Bloomfield and Lake Geneva Police Departments statistics on a total of 7 crashes at the intersection in 2018. Of those, four had property damage and three had injury to persons in the vehicles. The findings of the FCCLA study were presented on October 4, 2018, to Walworth County’s Traffic Safety Commission. In attendance were Badger FCCLA members Ricardo Sanchez, Yvonne Reyes, Advisor Deanna Giovingo, Lake Geneva Schools Resource Officer Kara Richardson and Superintendent of Lake Geneva Schools James Gottinger. Their presentation was well received by the Board who took their findings into consideration in endorsing the placement of a traffic signal light at the intersection. “It is a great experience for kids to have an impact on their community,” said Giovingo.


Your first stop to find information on our schools, policies, calendar, events, news, and athletics is the website!

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Securing Your Retirement A Special Seminar on Social Security Jim Pfeil, Financial Advisor, Sierra Financial Services, Retirement Income Certified Professional

Monday, January 28, 2019 or Monday, March 18, 2019 6:30-7:30 p.m. Badger High School ROOM 807 No Charge – Pre-registration REQUIRED Claiming Social Security in the optimal manner is critical to any person’s retirement income strategy. Learn about claiming options, timing of benefits, spousal and survivor benefits, and how Social Security can affect other aspects of your retirement finances.

The Power of Visualization Creating a Vision Board

Sheila Osborne, Owner Executive Image, Ltd.

Wednesday, January 9, 2019 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 801 $15.00


Eight year old cancer patients visualize red blood cells killing white to accelerate healing from cancer. Visualization is a strong tool for changing your thinking and your life! CHANGE YOUR WORDS,

Create a life of balance and happiness. Control negative thinking. Create the future you want. Discover what is important to you and learn how you can attract that into your life through goals, mantras and visualization. You’ll also create a vision board to take home to remind you of your new future. NOTE: Bring pictures of things you would like to have in your life. A good source of pictures is Google Images.

ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page

Hands-Only CPR Can Save Lives Sally Gerson, R.N. Aurora Community Educator

Tuesday, January 15, 2019 6:00-7:30p.m. Badger Room 609 FREE – pre-registration required

You will master the basics of adult Hands-Only CPR while practicing on a manikin while watching skills performed correctly on the DVD, a research-proven way to learn and retain lifesaving CPR skills.

Level Up Wellness

Elizabeth Lyons, Usana Associate Wednesdays, January 9 & 23, February 13 & 27, March 13 6:00-8:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 605 $15.00 each or $60.00 series Good grief… get joint and gut relief! 60 is the new 30. With ease and simplicity we create habits and the energy to fulfill dreams. Each session will include a meditation. Create and Optimize Health • Silence the inner critic January 9th • Flip and Strip mind • Digestion & Detox, chatter Healthy Habits • Meditations in a cycle January 23rd of 6 • Joint and Skeletal Create Space February 13th • Productivity Hack • Cardiovascular, Endo• Organizing and Declutcrine, Rest tering February 27th Create with Positive Energy • Foundations for Health • Healing Mantra March 13th • Mirror Work • Self-Care/Spa Night • Tapping energy points - Cheeks, Chin, Collar Create a Healthy Mindset Bone, Etc. • Affirmations BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 17


What’s Your Color Season? Look younger, healthier and more vibrant by knowing your color season! Sheila Osborne, Owner Executive Image, Ltd.

Wednesday, February 13, 2019 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 802 $15.00

Mrs. Gutjahr's Star Center Elementary School kindergarten class made applesauce from apples they picked on their field trip to Royal Oak Orchard . They studied and learned all about the parts of an apple and the products that are made with them.

Do you wonder why some outfits make you feel “blah” and others elicit tons of compliments? It’s probably the color of the garment. Color can enhance or detract from your natural good looks. You can take years off your face by wearing the right colors. While there are many shortcuts out there, the only true way to know your correct colors is through a professional Color Analysis. A professional color analysis will give you a broad spectrum of “correct” colors to choose from. You will instantly see how the wrong colors make you look tired, lifeless and old and the right colors make a dramatic difference immediately. Did you know that babies cry more in a yellow room? We’ll also delve into how colors make us and others feel and some of the psychology associated with the colors in our world. EACH PARTICIPANT WILL RECEIVE A FULL COLOR ANALYSIS BY A CERTIFIED IMAGE CONSULTANT, A $350 VALUE. YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE A COLOR CARD FOR YOUR CORRECT COLOR FAMILY.

REGISTER ONLINE: To pay by credit, Find Badger Community Education under Programs on the District Drop-down: BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 18

ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page

Beginning Sewing

Mrs. Deanna Giovingo, BHS Family/Consumer Science Instructor

Wednesdays, January 16, 23 & 30, 2019 6:00-9:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 305 $30.00/project or $75 for all 3 (additional material fees may apply)

If you’ve always been intimidated to learn how to sew because it seems so complicated, then this is for you! Learn basic sewing skills while making three simple projects: • Week 1: A set of pillowcases will make you comfortable in straight stitching and French seams • Week 2: A split-rail fence pillow will give you simple quilt piecing techniques on a small project, • Week 3: A simple bag will teach you how to sew a zipper. These are basic skills needed before going on to other projects. You can purchase supplies at the first class. Costs will vary depending on supplies and fabric selections.

Stress Reduction Pampering Session

Sewing: The Next Step

Mrs. Deanna Giovingo, BHS Family/Consumer Science Instructor

Wednesdays, February 13, 20 & 27, 2019 6:00-9:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 305 $30.00/project or

$75 for all 3 (additional material fees may apply)

After completing the Beginning Sewing class, you’ll be ready for small, skill-based projects designed to advance your sewing skills. Projects may include casings, zigzag stitching, zippers, applique, buttons and buttonholes, and more. You’ll need basic supplies and costs will vary depending on supplies and fabric selections.

Common Bridge Situations Ray Parnell, Instructor

Wednesdays, January 16-February 20, 2019 6:30-9:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 212 $60.00

Sheila Osborne, Owner Executive Image, Ltd.

Wednesday, February 6, 2019 6:30-8:30 p.m. Badger Room 802 $20.00 Did you know that 90% of all doctor’s visits are due to stress-related illnesses? Find out if you are at risk for illness. You will learn the causes of stress, symptoms related to stress and some simple techniques to reduce stress on the spot. Plus, experience some pampering treatments and a quick relaxation segment you can easily replicate at home. Dress comfy and bring a yoga mat or large towel. Treatments will include an invigorating hand treatment, blissful “hot socks” treatment, a detox facial, a relaxation and deep breathing segment and more. ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page

There are common situations that come up in the bidding of a bridge hand that seem to perplex most of us. We will look at a number of these and discuss the options that seem to be available and why the “book” answer makes sense. We will bid and play hands after a general discussion to reinforce the learning. You do not need a partner to attend, but what better way to win more frequently at the bridge table.


Physical Education and Music Classes are More Than Just Playing Games and Singing

Movement is a building skills such very important part as teamwork and of a healthy lifestyle. sportsmanship. It It keeps muscles and can reinforce emthe skeletal system pathy, turn-taking, flexible and strong. sharing, and coopBalance, coordinaeration. It can teach tion and rhythm are children how to win developed through and lose with digniphysical movement. ty and grace. Research has shown For example, stuthat when we move, dents are practice blood flow increasrhythms during a es, delivering oxymusic activity, stugen and nutrients to dents worked tothe brain. Various gether in a relay acchemicals are also tivity in gym class produced that can and children pracenhance our mood and improve our memory, motivation, tice their agility skills with cup stacking races. focus and our ability to learn. Physical movement is the key to a healthy lifestyle. At At Central-Denison Elentary School, movement educa- Central-Denison Elementary School, we make it enjoyable! tion also provides the opportunity to work on character


Building Geometry Skills


Dissecting Middle School Science

During an earthworm dissection, 7th grade students at Lake Geneva Middle School examined how organs are specialized for specific body functions. This lab is part of the invertebrate which leads to the vertebrate unit where students continue to compare simple to complex living organisms. This will feed into high school biology class in HS where in depth learning about the world of living things occurs. BADGER COMMUNITY EDUCATION -- 20

Learning math can be challenging for some, but Badger's Geometry in Construction is helping students see concrete applications to the math concepts they are learning. An innovative approach that combines geometry curriculum with construction curriculum in order to create a contextualized model for teaching. The course also prepares students for careers. Business and Industry representatives have stressed the need to hire competent employees who possess solid math skills as well as a foundation of knowledge in construction, and leadership/employability skills. ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page

Tue, Nov 27 JV2/JV1/V vs Grayslake N 5:30/7:00 Tue, Dec 04 JV2/JV1 V at Woodstock 5:30/7:00 Tue,Dec Nov0727 JV2/JV1/V vs vs Delavan Grayslake N 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Tue, Dec 04 JV2/JV1 V at at Antioch Woodstock 5:30/7:00 Mon, 10 JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Fri,Dec Dec14 07 JV2/JV1/V at vs Burlington Delavan 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV1/V 4:00/7:00 Mon, Dec JV2/JV1/V at at Burlington Antioch (Karcher) 5:00 5:30/7:00 Fri, Dec 1410 JV2 Fri, Dec JV1/V at Indian Burlington 4:00/7:00 Mon, Dec1417 JV2/JV1/V vs Trails 5:30/7:00 5:00 Fri, Dec 14 JV2 at Elkhorn Burlington (Karcher) 5:30/7:00 Fri, 21 JV2/JV1/V vs Mon,Jan Dec0817 JV2/JV1/V at vs Wilmot Indian Trails 5:30/7:00 Tue, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Fri,Jan Dec11 21 JV2/JV1/V at vs Union Elkhorn 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V Grove 4:00/5:30/7 Tue, Jan 08 JV2/JV1/V at at Bradford Wilmot 5:30/7:00 Mon, 14 JV2/JV1/V 4/5:30/7 Fri, Jan 11 JV2/JV1/V vs at Waterford Union Grove 4:00/5:30/7 Fri, 18 JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Mon,Jan Jan22 14 JV2/JV1/V at at Westosha Bradford 4/5:30/7 Tue, JV2/JV1/V 4:00/5:15/7 Fri, Jan Jan 25 18 JV2/JV1/V vs vs Burlington Waterford 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 4:30/4:30/7 Tue, Jan Jan 29 22 JV2/JV1/V at at Delavan Westosha 4:00/5:15/7 Tue, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Fri,Feb Jan01 25 JV2/JV1/V at vs Elkhorn Burlington 4:30/4:30/7 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Tue,Feb Jan 02 29 JV2/JV1/V vs at Tremper Delavan 5:30/7:00 Sat, JV2/JV1/V 1:00/2:30 Fri, Feb JV2/JV1/V vs at Watertown Elkhorn 5:30/7:00 Tue, Feb0105 JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Sat, Feb JV2/JV1/V vs vs Westosha Tremper 1:00/2:30 Thu, Feb 02 07 JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Tue, Feb Feb 12 05 JV2/JV1/V vs vs Wilmot Watertown 5:30/7:00 Tue, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Thu,Feb Feb1507 JV2/JV1/V vs vs Union Westosha 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V Grove 4:30/4:30/7:30 Tue, Feb 18 12 JV2/JV1/V at vs Parker Wilmot 5:30/7:00 Mon, JV2/JV1/V 5:45/7:15 Fri, Feb JV2/JV1/V at vs Waterford Union Grove 4:30/4:30/7:30 Thu, Feb 15 21 JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Mon, Feb 18 Regionals: JV2/JV1/V Parker Tue, Febat26 ; Fri, Mar 01 ; Sat, Mar5:45/7:15 02 Thu, Feb 21 Sectionals: JV2/JV1/V Waterford 5:30/7:00 Thu, Mar at 07 ; Sat, Mar 09 at Waunakee Regionals: 26 ; Mar Fri, Mar ; Sat, Mar 02 State: Thu,Tue, MarFeb 14-Sat, 16 at01UW-Madison Sectionals: Thu, Mar 07 ; Sat, Mar 09 at Waunakee State: Thu, Mar 14-Sat, Mar 16 at UW-Madison Tue, Nov 13 JV2/JV1/V vs Indian Trails 5:30/7:00 Fri, Nov 16 JV2/JV1/V vs Bradford 5:30/7:00 Tue, Nov Nov20 13 JV2/JV1/V at vs Tremper Indian Trails 5:30/7:00 Tue, JV2/JV1/V 4/5:30/7 Fri, Nov JV2/JV1/V at vs Kettle Bradford 5:30/7:00 Tue, Nov 16 27 JV2/JV1/V Moraine 4/5:30/7 Tue,Nov Nov30 20 JV2/JV1/V vs at Waterford Tremper 4/5:30/7 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Tue, Dec Nov 04 27 JV2/JV1/V at at Delavan Kettle Moraine 4/5:30/7 Tue, JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Fri, Nov JV2/JV1/V vs vs Watertown Waterford 5:30/7:00 Sat, Dec 30 08 JV2/JV1/V 1:00/2:30 Tue, Dec Dec 11 04 JV1/V at Elkhorn Delavan 5:30/7:00 Tue, JV2/JV1/V at 5:30/7:00 Sat,Dec Dec1408 JV2/JV1/V at vs Burlington Watertown(Karcher) 3:45 1:00/2:30 Fri, JV1 Tue,Dec Dec1411 JV2/JV1/V at at Burlington Elkhorn 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/V 4:00/5:30 3:45 Fri, Dec JV1 at Westosha Burlington (Karcher) 5:30/7:00 Tue, Dec1418 JV2/JV1/V vs Fri, Dec JV2/V at Janesville BurlingtonCraig 5:45/7:30 4:00/5:30 Thu, Dec14 20 JV2/JV1/V at Tue,Dec Dec2818 JV2/JV1/V vs vs Oconomowoc Westosha 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 2:30/4:00 Thu, Jan Dec 08 20 JV2/JV1/V vs at Wilmot Janesville Craig 5:30/7:00 5:45/7:30 Tue, JV2/JV1/V Fri,Jan Dec11 28 JV2/JV1/V at vs Union Oconomowoc 2:30/4:00 Fri, JV1/V/JV2 Grove 4/5:30/7 Tue,Jan Jan1808 JV2/JV1/V at vs Waterford Wilmot 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Fri, Jan JV1/V/JV2 at at Woodstock Union Grove 4/5:30/7 Mon, Jan1121 JV2/JV1/V 5:45/7:00 Fri, Jan 18 JV2/JV1/V vs at Burlington Waterford 5:30/7:00 Fri, 25 JV1/V 4:30/6:00 Mon,Jan Jan 29 21 JV2/JV1/V vs at Delavan Woodstock 5:45/7:00 Tue, JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Fri, Feb Jan 01 25 JV1/V vs Elkhorn Burlington 4:30/6:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V vs 5:30/7:00 Tue, Feb Jan 05 29 JV1/V vs Westosha Delavan 5:30/7:00 Tue, JV2/JV1/V at 4/5:15/7 Fri,Feb Feb08 01 JV2/JV1/V at vs Wilmot Elkhorn 5:30/7:00 Fri, JV2/JV1/V 5:30/7:00 Tue,Feb Feb1505 JV2/JV1/V vs at Union Westosha 4/5:15/7 Fri, JV2/JV1/V Grove 4:30/6:00 Fri, Feb 08 Regionals: JV2/JV1/V Wilmot Tue, Febat19 ; Fri, Feb 22 ; Sat, Feb5:30/7:00 23 Fri, Feb 15 Sectionals:JV2/JV1/V Thu, Feb 28vs ; Sat, Union Mar 02Grove at Janesville4:30/6:00 Craig Regionals: Tue,07FebSat, 19 Mar ; Fri,09 Febat22 ; Sat, FebBay 23 State: Thu, Mar UW-Green Sectionals: Thu, Feb 28 ; Sat, Mar 02 at Janesville Craig State: Thu, Mar 07- Sat, Mar 09 at UW-Green Bay Thu, Nov 29 JV/V Conference relays at Delavan Sat, Dec 01 V Relay at Delavan Thu,Dec Nov08 29 JV/V Conference relays at Delavan Sat, V Ft Atkinson Invite Sat, Dec V Relay at Delavan Tue, Dec 01 11 JV/V vs Jefferson & St. Catherine’s Sat, Dec Dec 15 08 Ft Atkinson Invite Sat, VV Beloit Memorial Invite Tue, Dec Dec18 11 JV/V at vsElkhorn Jefferson & St. Catherine’s Tue, JV/V Sat, Dec V Beloit Memorial Tue, Jan 15 08 JV/V vs Platteville & Invite Whitewater Tue, Jan Dec10 18 JV/V at at Delavan Elkhorn Thu, JV/V Tue,Jan Jan1908 JV/V vs Platteville Sat, V Bradford Invite& Whitewater Thu, Jan 10 JV/V at Delavan Tue, 22 JV vs Burlington Sat, Jan 19 V Bradford Invite Tue, 29 JV Conference at Elkhorn Tue,Feb Jan02 22 vs Burlington Sat, VJV Conference at Jefferson Tue, Jan 29 JV Sectional: Conference Elkhorn Sat,atFeb 09 Sat, Feb 02 State:VFri, FebConference Jefferson 15-Sat, Febat16 at UW-Madison Sectional: Sat, Feb 09 State: Fri, Feb 15-Sat, Feb 16 at UW-Madison

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Badger High School *Home meets at Burlington Karcher Middle School

Fri, Dec 07 V Elkhorn Invite 6:00 *Home meets at Burlington Karcher Middle School Tue, Dec 11 JV/V vs Brookfield East 6:00 Fri, Dec Dec 14 07 V Elkhorn Invite Invite 6:00 Fri, JV/V Elkhorn 6:00 Tue,Dec Dec1511 vs Brookfield 6:00 Sat, VJV/V Franklin Invite East 4:30 Fri, Dec JV/V Elkhorn Invite 6:00 Tue, Dec1418 JV/V vs Mukwonago 6:00 Sat, Jan Dec05 15 Franklin Invite 4:30 Sat, VV Waterford Invite 10:00 Tue,Jan Dec1218 vsFranklin Mukwonago 6:00 Sat, VJV/V at 6:30 Sat, Jan V Waterford Invite 10:00 Thu, Jan05 24 JV/V vs Whitewater 6:00 Sat, Jan Jan 26 12 at Franklin 6:30 Sat, VV Madison Memorial Invite 10:00 Thu, Jan Jan 29 24 JV/V vs Elkhorn Whitewater 6:00 Tue, JV/V vs 6:00 Sat, Feb Jan 02 26 V Madison Invite Memorial Invite 10:00 Sat, JV/V Tremper 10:30 Tue, Jan JV/V vsWaterford Elkhorn 6:00 Mon, Feb 29 04 JV/V at 6:00 Sat, Feb JV/V Tremper Invite 10:30 Thu, Feb 02 07 JV/V at Jefferson 6:00 Mon,Feb Feb0904 JV/V at WaterfordInvite 6:00 Sat, JV/V Mukwonago 10:00 Thu,Feb Feb1507 at Jefferson at Jefferson 6:00 Fri, VJV/V Conference 5:30 Sat, Feb 09 JV/V Sectional: Mukwonago 10:00 Sat, Feb Invite 23 Fri, Feb 15 V Conference at Jefferson State at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln...Fri, Mar 1—Sat, Mar 25:30 Sectional: Sat, Feb 23 State at Wisconsin Rapids Lincoln...Fri, Mar 1—Sat, Mar 2 Thu, Nov 29 Sat, Dec 01 Thu, Dec Nov 06 29 Thu, Sat, Dec Dec 08 01 Sat, Thu,Dec Dec08 06 Sat, Sat, Dec 08 Thu, 13 Sat, Dec Thu, Dec08 20 Thu,Dec Dec22 13 Sat, Thu,Dec Dec Fri, 2820 Sat, Dec Dec 29 22 Sat, Fri, Dec 28 Sat, Jan 05 Sat, Jan Dec05 29 Sat, Sat, Jan 05 Thu, 10 Sat, Jan 05 Sat, 12 Thu, Jan 10 Thu, 17 Sat, Jan Jan19 12 Sat, Thu, Jan Jan 24 17 Thu, Sat, Jan 19 Sat, 26 Thu,Feb Jan0224 Sat, Sat, Jan Tue, Feb 26 05 Sat, Feb 02 Tue, Feb 05

JV/V vs Delavan JV Big Foot Invite JV/V vsUnion Delavan JV/V at Grove Big Foot Invite VJV Cedarburg Scramble JV/V at Union JV West AllisGrove Central Invite V Cedarburg JV/V at Wilmot Scramble JV West Allis Central Invite JV/V vs Waterford at Wilmot Invite @ Alliant Ctr VJV/V Stoughton vs Waterford VJV/V Whitewater Invite @ UW-WW Stoughton Invite Ctr VV Whitewater Invite@ @Alliant UW-WW V WhitewateratInvite @ UW-WW JV Regionals Middleton Whitewater VV Sauk PrairieInvite Invite@ UW-WW JV Regionals at Middleton JV/V at Westosha Sauk Prairie VV Badger InviteInvite JV/V at Westosha JV/V vs Burlington Badger Invite VV Wauwatosa West Invite JV/V vs Elkhorn Burlington JV/V vs V Wauwatosa West Invite JV Conference @ Badger vs Elkhorn @ Elkhorn VJV/V Conference JV Conference JV Badger Invite@ Badger V Regional atConference Elkhorn Wilmot: Sat,@Feb 09 JV Sectional at Badger InviteTue, Feb 12 Team Stoughton: Regional at Wilmot: Sat, Feb Individual Sectional at Elkhorn: Sat,09 Feb 16 Team Sectional Stoughton: Tue, Individual State atatUW-Madison: Fri,Feb Feb12 22 Individual Sectional at Elkhorn:Sat, Sat,Mar Feb0216 Team State at UW-Madison: Individual State at UW-Madison: Fri, Feb 22 Team State at UW-Madison: Sat, Mar 02

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Cheer TBA Sat, Dec 15 Sat, Jan 5 Sat, Jan Dec12 15 Sat, Sat,Feb Jan15 5 Fri, Sat, Jan Sun, Feb 12 24 Fri, Feb 15 Sun, Feb 24

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Cheer East TBA Troy Holiday Invite Conference East Troy Holiday Menomonee Falls Invite Conference Senior Night at Badger BBall Game MenomoneeSpirit Falls Invite Badgerette Senior Night at Badger BBall Game Badgerette Spirit

Mon, Jan 7 JV/V GS at Alpine Valley Wed, Jan 9 JV/V S at Little Switzerland Mon,Jan Jan17 7 JV/V GS GS at Alpine Alpine Valley Valley Thu, JV/V at Wed,Jan Jan24 9 JV/V SS at Little Little Switzerland Switzerland Thu, JV/V at Thu,Jan Jan31 17 JV/V SGS at Little Alpine Valley Thu, JV/V at Switzerland Thu, Feb Jan 724 JV/V GS S at Heiliger Little Switzerland Thu, JV/V at Huegel Thu, Jan 31 JV/V Conference S at TBA Little Switzerland JV at Thu, Feb 7 State:JV/V GS18-Tue Feb at 19 atHeiliger Huegel Mon, Feb Mt. LaCrosse JV Conference at TBA State: Mon, Feb 18-Tue Feb 19 at Mt. LaCrosse

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As of 11/12/2018


As of 11/12/2018

Athletic Passes Single Adult = $25 Student Pass (K-8) = $15 Family Pass = $45

All Home Games Only No WIAA Tournament Contests Contact Tami @ 262-348-2000 ext. 2260 or mail payment to: Badger High School Athletic Pass att: Tami Buntrock, 220 South Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147


"Socktober" Giving to Help Others

Doing good work for the community, students at Eastview Elementary School collected a total of 1,158 pairs of socks that to donate to Calvary Clothing Closet to help warm the feet of those in need in Walworth County.


School Safety Grant Provides Treat and Go Kits

Treat and Go Medical Kits were purchased through our 2nd Wisconsin Department of Justice Safety Grant to be placed in every classroom in all 5 of our schools. Training for use of the kits began in December and will continue until all are trained.


ALL CLASSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION Registration form on back page

Communicating Across Generations

Amanda Kostman, Outreach Specialist, Youth & Family Extension Educator UW Extension

Monday, February 25, 2019 5:30-8:30 p.m. Badger High School Room 611 $10.00

Never before in our nation’s history have so many people from so many different generations been in the workforce at the same time. As a result, individuals, employers, and organizations are presented with many challenges and many opportunities. Each generation brings diverse perspectives, values, needs, and expectations to the workplace. The Communicating Across Generations workshop is designed to help participants recognize the descriptors that define a generation and identify the forces that shaped their attitudes, beliefs, expectations, and worldview. The goals of this workshop are to: • Increase knowledge and understanding of the generations • Enhance comprehension of how generational differences affect you and your organization • Promote effective intergenerational communication and collaboration • Expand capacity of organizations to support diverse working styles across the generations

WAIVER REQUIRED FOR ALL FITNESS CLASSES, WEIGHT ROOM and any other class where physical activity is a factor.

Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement 1. In consideration for receiving permission to participate in Badger Community Education, I hereby release, waive, discharge and covenant not to sue the Lake Geneva-Genoa City Union High School District, its officers, agents, servants, or employees (hereinafter referred to as releasees) from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage, or injury, including death, that may be sustained by me, or any of the property belonging to me, whether caused by the negligence of the releasees, or otherwise, while participating in such activity, or while in, on or upon the premises where the activity is being conducted. 2. I am fully aware of the risks involved and hazards connected with using the fitness center, including but not limited to muscle injury, heat exhaustion, cardiovascular stress, and all other conditions related to use of cardiovascular and weight training equipment and I hereby elect to voluntarily participate in said activity with full knowledge that said activity may be hazardous to me and my property. I voluntarily assume full responsibility for any risks of loss, property damage or personal injury, including death, that may be sustained by me, or any loss or damage to property owned by me, as a result of being engaged in such an activity, whether caused by the negligence of releasees or otherwise. 3. I further hereby agree to indemnify and hold harmless the releasees from any loss, liability, damage or costs, including court costs and attorney fees, that they may incur due to my participation in said activity, whether caused by negligence of releasees or otherwise. 4. It is my express intent that this Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement shall bind the members of my family and spouse, if I am alive, and my heirs, assigns and personal representative, if I am deceased, and shall be deemed as a release, waiver, discharge and covenant not to sue the above-named releasees. I hereby further agree that this Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement shall be construed in accordance with the laws of the State of Wisconsin. 5. In signing this release, I acknowledge and represent that I have read the foregoing Waiver of Liability and Hold Harmless Agreement, understand it and sign it voluntarily as my own free act and deed; no oral representations, statements, or inducements, apart from the foregoing written agreement, have been made; I am at least eighteen (18) years of age and fully competent; and I execute this release for full, adequate and complete consideration fully intending to be bound by same. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal on this _____day of______________.

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Cathy Cross-Duchow, RN , Forensic SANE Coordinator for Burlington and Lakeland Medical Centers,

Taume Kohl, CSW, Sexual Assault and Child/Teen Advocate, and Dawn Heath, Founder, Join the Movement Events

Thursday, March 7, 2019 6:00 p.m. Badger High School Room 605 FREE Parents and guardians, it doesn’t matter where you live anymore, human trafficking is everywhere, right there under our noses. This is a form of modern day slavery but there are steps you can take to help protect and also empower your child. How can parents protect their children from material on the Internet offensive to their values without cutting their children off from everything on the Internet that is beneficial? Please join us for an important evening filled with valuable information - Internet Safety, Healthy Relationships and Human Trafficking.

Registration Form WINTER 2018-2019 Classes

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3rd Class Name Start Date­ Cost $­ TOTAL DUE: $ *WAIVER (ON REVERSE) Required for all fitness programs.*

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e-mail address CONFIRMATIONS ARE SENT VIA EMAIL ONLY! Your Cancelled Check is Your Receipt Cancellation required 48 hours prior to start of class for refund. Even FREE classes require pre-registration. Please return with check payable to Badger Community Education, 220 South Street, Lake Geneva, WI 53147 262-348-2006

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Internet Safety, Human Trafficking & Healthy Relationships for Teens