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Badger High School

Activity Guide

Revised: 1-4-2018


After School Labs .................................................... 3 Athletic Club............................................................... 3 All-School Musical...................................................... 3 Automotive Competitions ........................................... 3 Bowling Club .............................................................. 3 Catering ..................................................................... 3 Class Advisors ........................................................... 3 Combining Cultures ................................................... 4 Creative Writing Festival ............................................ 4 DECA ......................................................................... 4 Destination Imagination ............................................. 4 Drama Club................................................................ 4 Economics ................................................................. 4 Eco-Club .................................................................... 4 Equestrian Club ......................................................... 4 Exchange Student Supervisor.................................... 4 FCCLA ....................................................................... 4 FFA ............................................................................ 4 Forensics ................................................................... 5 French Club ............................................................... 5 HOSA (Health Organization Student Association....... 5 Intramurals ................................................................. 5 Junior Prom ............................................................... 5 Leadership Dynamics ................................................ 5 Life of an Athlete ........................................................ 5 Mock Trial .................................................................. 5 Model Organization of American States ..................... 5 Model United Nations ................................................. 5 National Honor Society .............................................. 5 One Act Play Competition .......................................... 6 Pit Orchestra .............................................................. 6 Pro Start Culinary & Management Teams .................. 6 SkillsUSA ................................................................... 6 Solo & Ensemble Festival .......................................... 6 Spanish Club & Spanish National Honors Society ..... 6 Student Council & Student Government .................... 6 Trap Team ................................................................. 6 Up and Out ................................................................ 6 Visual Arts Classic ..................................................... 6 Workout Club ............................................................. 6 Young Americans for Equality .................................... 6

Badger High School

220 South Street Lake Geneva, WI 53147 P: 262.348.2000 F: 262.248.6178

Activities/Athletic Director Jim Kluge

262.348.2000 ext. 2060 jim.kluge@badger.k12.wi.us

Athletic Secretary Tami Buntrock

262.348.2000 ext. 2260 tami.buntrock@badger.k12.wi.us

School Web Site badger.k12.wi.us

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After School Labs Many academic departments offer After School Labs for students seeking a place to work on assignments with or without assistance or just needing to have a quick question or two discussed with a teacher. All are invited to drop into After School Labs. Stay for a few minutes or the entire hour. Monday-Thursday 3:15—4:15

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Agriscience ELL ESL English/Writing Math AP Music Theory Reading Science Social Studies Visual Arts World Language

#312 #128 #128 Library Mon. & Wed.: #802 Tue. & Thr.: #2803 #724 #132 Mon: 122, Tue: 409, Wed: 410, Thr: 401 Library Art Dpt-3:10—4:00 #809

Bowling Club Bowling Club is open to any student with an interest in competitive bowling. Practice is held weekly at Lake Geneva Lanes & matches are held approximately once per week on week nights. There is an annual fee of no less than $80.00 & students are required to travel to Stoughton, Janesville, Beloit, Monroe, & Clinton for competitions. Transportation is NOT provided by the high school as this is a club activity, so parents should be aware that transport will need to be provided by student/parent to matches. Students will be featured in the annual yearbook & may letter in the sport, but it is NOT a school sanctioned sport. Club members fundraise to offset their cost. Students are EXPECTED to participate in fundraising activities in order to make money for the club. Timeframe: Tryouts begin late August through September. Season is October - February. Contact: Debbie Roland

348-2000 x2145 debbie.roland@badger.k12.wi.us

Catering Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts Program can be involved in providing catering services throughout the District and Local Community. Contact: Angela Yager

348-2000 x2337 angela.yager@badger.k12.wi.us

During School Hours— Math Lab Schedule Period 1 Period 2 Period 3 Period 4

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Ehardt Busch Rudzinski Pella

Period 5 Period 6 Period 7 Period 8

#801/2813 Dowden/Ehardt #2803/802 Larwa/Pella #2809 Seifert #2809/10 Seifert/Lazzaroni

Athletic Club Clubs, Organizations & Sports Teams can assist the Athletic Club by selling concessions at athletic events. These monies & proceeds go into the club treasury. The Athletic Club provides commissions to groups & also offers several scholarships to graduating seniors. Contact: Jim Kluge 348-2000 x2060 jim.kluge@badger.k12.wi.us Contact: Russ Tronsen 348-2000 x2050 russ.tronsen@badger.k12.wi.us

All-School Musical Auditions for the All-School Musical are open to all interested students. Rehearsals run for about 8 weeks beginning in mid August & culminating in a full-length production in mid-November. Students are expected to be willing to learn to sing, dance, & develop a character. Students may be required to purchase personal make-up kits & appropriate shoes for performance (approximately $55.) Pit orchestra & crew positions are also available for capable, interested students. The musical is part of the Tommy Awards, a state wide recognition program for musical theater, which sends professional evaluators to adjudicate the final performance. The production & performers may be nominated for State wide Awards & possible scholarship opportunity. Timeframe: August to November Contact: Matthew Roemer 348-2000 x2775 matt.roemer@badger.k12.wi.us Contact: Andrew Stoltenberg 348-2000 x2722 andrew.stoltenberg@badger.k12.wi.us

Automotive Competitions

Class Advisors Freshman Class Work with students throughout the transition into the high school activities. We concentrate on Homecoming Week and all of the activities. Available to freshman students. Contact: Elizabeth Lindbloom 348-2000 x2522 elizabeth.lindbloom@badger.k12.wi.us Contact: Mike Kern 348-2000 x2329 michael.kern@badger.k12.wi.us

Sophomore Class Coordinate the construction of the Homecoming class float, supervise Homecoming activities and offer suggestions to assist students during their sophomore year. Contact: Karen Livingston Contact: Lise Wieseman

348-2000 x2143 karen.livingston@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2615 lise.wieseman@badger.k12.wi.us

Junior Class Assist the Junior class and often act on their behalf in helping to plan/organize major school events. For example, advisors hold planning meetings for Juniors and help them through the process of creating and building their Homecoming Floats. In addition, Junior Class Advisors play a very significant role in planning the Junior Prom. Advisors are in charge of everything including contacting and booking the venue, hiring a DJ and photographer, ticket sales and promotion, all aspects of purchasing, and budgeting, Prom Court voting and providing chaperones and attendants. Contact: Bridget Hansen Contact: Katie Nelson Contact: Jessica Noller

348-2000 x2662 bridget.hansen@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2144 katie.nelson@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2174 jessica.noller@badger.k12.wi.us

Badger students enrolled in an Automotive Class have the ability to participate in competitions that test their knowledge and skills against students across the state, Senior Class nation and world to win tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships, tools, clothing and Supervise Homecoming float building, help arrange the senior class picnic, help bragging rights that help you build your resume. Students can participate in the Skills host graduation and help host senior awards night. USA Competition sponsored by The Wisconsin Auto and Truck Dealers Association. Students can compete in Auto, Diesel, Motorcycle, Marine, Collision Contact: David DeShambo 348-2000 x2607 david.deshambo@badger.k12.wi.us Repair and Power Equipment Technology. Seniors can also compete in Contact: John Karcher 348-2000 x2117 john.karcher@badger.k12.wi.us The Technicians of Tomorrow Competition sponsored by The Automobile Dealers Contact: Emily Koltz 348-2000 x2705 emily.koltz@badger.k12.wi.us Association of Mega Milwaukee. Timeframe: November to June Contact: Tom Sheeley

348-2000 x2336 tom.sheeley@badger.k12.wi.us

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Combining Cultures Club The name, "Combining Cultures" says it all. Our club helps students explore other cultures other then their own. We are the only high school Latin dance company in the state of WI. Joining this club will allow you to meet and socialize with other students as well as learn how to dance salsa. Started in 2003, this club has had the opportunity to attend the Chicago International Salsa Congress to take classes taught by renowned professional salsa instructors. Combining Cultures will also be going on their 8th year in a row of performing at the Chicago Congress. It is an excellent way to meet new friends and discover the diversity that surrounds us all. Contact: David Davila Timeframe: August to May

348-2000 x2811 david.davila@badger.k12.wi.us

Creative Writing Festival Every November writing students are invited to participate in the High School Creative Writing Festival at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. Approximately 700 students and teachers participate in this day of “stimulating exposure to the writing of their peers and the chance to hear their work evaluated by professional writers in a college setting.” Contact: Adam Pezewski 348-2000 x2606

adam.pezewski@badger.k12.wi.us

DECA Fb.com/DECABadger

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DECA enhances the preparation for college & careers by providing co-curricular programs that integrate into classroom instruction, applying learning in the context of business, connecting to business & the community & promoting competition. Our student members leverage their DECA experience to become academically prepared, community oriented, professionally responsible, experienced leaders. DECA prepares emerging leaders & entreprenuers in marketing, finance, hospitality & management. Students gain experience in these areas through travel, organizing events such as the holiday drive & talent show, competition at the district, state & international levels as well as the operation of Bucky’s Den (Badger’s school store). Funds raised through the store and events are used to help offset costs as well as the use of sales projects. All students in all grades are encouraged to join. Contact: Phil Huff Contact: Vanessa Kirk

348-2000 x2696 phil.huff@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2697 vanessa.kirk@badger.k12.wi.us

DestiNation ImagiNation The Destination Imagination program encourages teams of learners to have fun, take risks, focus, and frame challenges while incorporating STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics), the arts, and service learning. Our participants learn patience, flexibility, persistence, ethics, respect for others and their ideas, and the collaborative problem solving process. Teams may showcase their solutions at a tournament. The Regional tournament will be held in March with over 100 teams competing at a location in southern Wisconsin! Destination Imagination is an international program for students K-12. At the start of the season, teams choose one of seven Challenges. After weeks spent creating and developing their solutions, they go to a local tournament. Top-scoring teams advance to state or country tournaments. The top level of the tournament is our Global Finals—the world’s largest celebration of creativity. Our programs are developed annually to ensure they are relevant and align to National Education Standards, STEM standards, ELA Common Core Standards and Mathematics Common Core Standards. Every year, with the help of volunteers and subject matter experts, we design new, exciting Challenges for students. Every student is encouraged to try DI! It looks great on college apps! Parents are also encouraged to volunteer as coaches! Timeframe: September to May Contact: Mr.Torgerson 745-2917 Contact: Meg Torgerson 745-8610 Contact Email: Destination.Imagination@badger.k12.wi.us Webpage: http://tinyurl.com/lgdihome

Drama Club Any student interested in theater may join. Meeting are once a monthly, typically on a Thursday and are either from 6:00-7:00 pm or 3:00-4:00 pm depending on the month. Activities range from working behind the scenes on theatrical productions to workshops to field trips. Timeframe: September to May Contact: Andrew Stoltenberg 348-2000 x2722 andrew.stoltenberg@badger.k12.wi.us

Economics Economics Club is an organization which is designed to prepare participants for the Wisconsin Economics Challenge and the DECA state qualifying tests. The club members take practice tests and discuss current economic issues. The club meets on Thursday mornings @ 7 AM room 150 and Thursday evenings @ 3:15in the LMC. Everyone is welcome. Contact: Mike Butscher

348-2000 x2167 mike.butscher@badger.k12.wi.us

Eco-Club Eco-club is a voluntary group of students who make our school and community more environmentally friendly through fundraisers and student activities. All students are welcome. Contact: Candice Franks

348-2000 x2356 candice.franks@badger.k12.wi.us

Equestrian Club WIHA was started in 2007. It is an Equestrian competition for schools to participate at both district and state levels. The team is open to any student and their horse. Practices are Thursdays—September 8-15-22-29. District show is October 8th and 9th in Jefferson. State show is October 29th and 30th in Madison. Cost is $105 to register and then additional stall fees at shows. Contact: Katie Lou Boss

608-289-9709

kateboss51912@gmail.com

Exchange Student Advisor The exchange student coordinator functions as a liaison for the students, their host families, the host companies, and the school. Additionally the coordinator helps Badger students find scholarship opportunities offered through different exchange programs and companies. If students are interested in hosting a student for the year, semester, or summer, the exchange student coordinator is their contact person. Contact: Susan Schmidt 348-2000 x2807

susan.schmidt@badger.k12.wi.us

FCCLA Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a dynamic and effective national student organization. FCCLA helps young men and women become leaders and address important personal, family, work and societal issues through family and consumer sciences education. Student members may compete in various STAR (Students Taking Action with Recognition) events such as hospitality, culinary arts, baking and pastry, food garnish and presentation, fashion and housing displays, child care, and entrepreneurship to name a few. Students participate in state and national meetings with other student members from around the country. Students must be enrolled in a FACS (Family and Consumer Sciences) related class during one semester of the eligible year of participation. Contact: DeeDee Giovingo 348-2000 x2370 deanna.giovingo@badger.k12.wi.us

FFA “For the Future of Agriculture” There is more to agriculture than cows and corn. There are speaking contests, judging teams, leadership workshops and local and national traveling. FFA makes a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success! FFA is open to any student with at least one semester of agriculture per year. Join us and see what FFA can do for you! Timeframe: All year Contact: Larry Plapp Contact: Candice Franks

348-2000 x2332 larry.plapp@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2356 candice.franks@badger.k12.wi.us

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Forensics High School Forensics is competitive public speaking. Tournaments are typically on Saturdays with practices/feedback sessions held once a week (Tuesday, Wednesday, OR Thursday) after school. Team members compete in one category (17 offered) in the areas of informative/persuasive speaking, acting, and interpretive reading. Badger High School always fields a large and successful team and attends both WHSFA and WFCA sponsored events. Timeframe: Speech category selection and initial preparation begins in mid-December. Tournament season (8-10 on average) runs from mid-January to April. Contact: Mark Zastrow

348-2000 x2609 mark.zastrow@badger.k12.wi.us

French Club The French Club - Le Cercle français - is open to anyone studying French or anyone interested in the cultures of the French-speaking world. The French Club sponsors fun activities including French film nights, cheese-tastings, crêpe parties, concerts, plays, games and competitions, and immersion evenings. The French Club sponsors scholarships for post-secondary French coursework, and grants for students who study abroad. Timeframe: September—May Contact: Julie Busch

HOSA is a new group to Badger that specifically focuses on raising awareness and knowledge of the medical field. HOSA’s goal is to expose health science students to the challenges future health care providers will face, raise their awareness of different social aspects in healthcare environments, and educate them on current health care issues around the country. To accomplish our goal, we plan on shadowing a variety of health care professionals in our community, attend HOSA seminars and workshops, around Wisconsin, and host health fairs, raffles, & fundraisers around the community. 348-2000 x2641 gen.reed@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2452 katilyn.schrader@badger.k12.wi.us

Intramurals Intramurals vary year to year. Students are encouraged to participate. Contact the Athletic/Activities Director for further information. Suggestions for additional activities welcomed. Contact: Jim Kluge

348-2000 x2060 jim.kluge@badger.k12.wi.us

Junior Prom The most formal dance of the year is the springtime Junior Prom. Much of the activity of the junior class surrounds around preparation for Prom. While a dress-up event, it is not necessary to rent a tuxedo or spend a great deal of money to have a delightful time at Prom. Prom is held with a disc jockey, King, Queen, and court. Prom is held at the Abbey Resort in Fontana. Contact: Bridget Hansen Contact: Katie Nelson Contact: Jessica Noller

Student athletes should possess the following characteristics: should be a caring and nurturing individual willing to exemplify the highest standards of character and duty to team, school and community; must conduct themselves on and off the fields of play with behavior that is a positive example to others; must possess high level communication skills and be willing to confront any behaviors of concern of violations of standards of student athlete code of conduct among peers without unnecessarily involving adults; expected to act as a conduit between team and coach; willing to hold team meetings to discuss chemical health and behavioral issues; and must act to ensure and inspire team goals and effectiveness. Contact: Jim Kluge Contact: Matt Hensler

348-2000 x2060 jim.kluge@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2503 matt.hensler@badger.k12.wi.us

348-2000 x2808 julie.busch@badger.k12.wi.us

HOSA [Health Organization Student Association] Future Health Professionals

Contact: Gen Reed Contact: Katilyn Schrader

Life of an Athlete Life of an Athlete is an organization of student athletes gathering to promote positive choices and behaviors among students. All student athletes are invited to apply for involvement. Life of an Athlete students play a vital role in the student climate. The expectation is that student athletes will be working on improving aspects of student life. To be a member of the Life of an Athlete, students must be dedicated and willing to sacrifice time for the future of school, teams, and community. Student athletes must want to become a better leader and follower.

348-2000 x2662 bridget.hansen@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2144 katie.nelson@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2174 jessica.noller@badger.k12.wi.us

Leadership Dynamics Focuses on group dynamics and the role the individual plays . Specific topics include communication styles, listening skills, collaboration, team building, leadership styles, decision-making skills, problem solving, networking, evaluation, and self assessment skills. Visit website to obtain registration forms. Program runs in July; register during regular registration. Contact: Jenny Oomens 348-2000 x2504 jenny.oomens@badger.k12.wi.us Registration: Emily Koltz 348-2000 x2705 emily.koltz@badger.k12.wi.us Contact: Jim Gebhardt 348-2000 x2453 jim.gebhardt@badger.k12.wi.us Website: bhsleadershipdynamics.com

Mock Trial The Mock Trial team prepares to argue both sides of a hypothetical court case prepared and sponsored by the Wisconsin State Bar. The competition includes 8-12 other area schools in a Regional competition in February and the winner advances to the State competition in March in Madison. Local attorneys and judges serve as judges. Participating on the team is a wonderful way to hone analytical, critical thinking, and acting skills. Timeframe: September to March Contact: Mike Hoey

348-2000 x2114 mike.hoey@badger.k12.wi.us

Model Organization of American States This is part of the Model UN Club. It entails students researching a country and a Global issue and then creating a resolution which seeks to offer a plausible solution to the issue. Students then discuss and debate in committee meetings to try & come to some kind of consensus as to how the issue should be handled. Timeframe: August to November Contact: Jessica Noller

348-2000 x2174 jessica.noller@badger.k12.wi.us

Model United Nations This is a unique opportunity for students to role-play situations occurring at world levels. Timeframe: January to March Contact: Jessica Noller

348-2000 x2174 jessica.noller@badger.k12.wi.us

National Honor Society The Badger Chapter of the National Honor Society honors juniors and seniors who excel in the areas of leadership, scholarship, character, and service. Application process begins at the start of Quarter 3 and selection occurs at the beginning of Quarter 4. In order to qualify for membership, a student must be a sophomore or junior, complete an application, and have a minimum cumulative 3.6 GPA. Upon meeting these initial requirements, applicants will be asked to complete 10 hours of community service in the months of February and/or March. Finally, students are rated by faculty, staff, and administrators from whom they must receive an average score of 4 (out of 5) in the areas of character and leadership. Students who have been involved with a major disciplinary infraction (cheating, suspension, or other major infractions of school and/or community rules including the Co-curricular Code of Conduct) will not be eligible. Members of NHS are involved in service and charitable activities year-round with strict rules regarding attendance and participation. They should expect to perform around five hours of service per month. Contact: Laura Shotliff

348-2000 x2704 laura.shotliff@badger.k12.wi.us

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One Act Play Competition Each fall, the Theater Department participates in the Wisconsin One Act Play Competition - the only play competition in the State. The 40 minute play is open to all interested students and rehearses usually once or twice a week in the evening Sept - Oct. Students who are involved in other activities and cannot participate in other performances throughout the year (musical and plays) are encouraged to participate and audition. Auditions are typically held in late May or Early Sept. Productions range from comedy to children's theater to drama. Contact: Andrew Stoltenberg 348-2000 x2722 andrew.stoltenberg@badger.k12.wi.us

Trap Team The Badger Trap Team is a fun and competitive team that competes in the discipline of trap shooting in the Scholastic Clay Target Program. We compete in the Southeast Wisconsin conference that consists of 11 area high school teams. Our conference, state and national meets take our competition to late July. Members range from beginners to very experienced shooters. They will learn gun safety, gun cleaning, and will become better shooters through hard work and lots of practice. This is a great sport for all levels of shooters. Trap shooting is a sport that can be enjoyed by everyone! Timeframe: Mid February to June Coach: Judd Klade

262-374-3943

Pit Orchestra Pit orchestra is available for capable, interested students to perform during AllSchool Musical. Timeframe: September to November Contact: Loni Gornick

348-2000 x2796 loni.gornick@badger.k12.wi.us

ProStart Culinary and Management Teams Students enrolled in Culinary Arts 1 and 2 are eligible to participate to compete on Culinary and or Management Teams. There is a state invitational and the top team advances to represent Wisconsin at the National ProStart Student Invitational. Timeframe: December to potentially April Contact: Angela Yager

348-2000 x2337 angela.yager@badger.k12.wi.us

SkillsUSA SkillsUSA is a national youth professional organization that serves career-training students at Badger High School. The mission of the Badger SkillsUSA Chapter is to emphasize total quality, high ethical standards, superior work skills, lifelong education and pride in the dignity of work. Students compete in areas that go along with Technology Education Classes they take at Badger. Areas include Automotive, Cabinet Making, Construction, Collision Repair, Computer repair, Desk Top Publishing, Diesel, Electronics, Machining, Marine Service, Motorcycle, Networking, Power Equipment Technology, Printing, Robotics, Technical drawing, Video production and Welding. SkillsUSA competitive events allow student members an opportunity to showcase their occupational/technical skill development to standards established by business and industry. Together, the members work to improve their schools, workplaces and communities. Timeframe:September to June Contact: Tom Sheeley

348-2000 x2336 tom.sheeley@badger.k12.wi.us

Solo and Ensemble Festival This event allows talented singers and instrumentalists involved in the Music Department to perform solo or small group music. The festival rotates among area high schools and is judged, with top performers going to a state festival. Timeframe: September to June Contact: Greg Bunge

348-2000 x2776 greg.bunge@badger.k12.wi.us

Spanish Club & Spanish National Honors Society Activities include cooking and eating, speaking in Spanish, Spanish competitions, crafts, singing, tutoring, playing games, watching movies, and celebrating traditional Spanish holidays. This club meets bi-monthly. Contact: Sarah Bunton

348-2000 x2812 sarah.bunton@badger.k12.wi.us

Student Council and Student Government The Badger High School Student Council is open to all high school students. If you decide to run for a class or council executive position you will also need to write a 100 word paragraph describing your ideas for Student Council and why you would make a good officer and complete a petition. Student Council Officers and class officers are elected from those students who have completed the entry requirements. The Student Council serves as the student governing body. The Council links students to the staff and to the community. The Council sponsors Homecoming Week plus other activities throughout the year including two School/Community Blood Drives, Pep Assembly's and other activities to promote school spirit, and sense of community. Timeframe: August to June Contact: Lauren Keul Contact: Reyna Nicia

jklade@gmail.com

Up & Out Badger Up & Out is a student run organization centered around philanthropy, students helping other students. Our members go above and beyond to help their fellow classmates in need, including volunteering their time and raising money. The resources gathered are then used for students who don't have everything they need to live like a Badger and succeed in school and life. So far the club has helped students with other clubs and sport membership fees, pay for field trips, provide testing fees for career certification exams and AP testing, and supplies such as backpacks, coats, boots and clothing. The club raises funds by asking for donations, and working sports concessions throughout the year. One hundred percent of our proceeds go back into the school and community to make Badger a better place. Contact: Shannon Previte Contact: Jen Sternberg

348-2000 x2456 shannon.previte@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2140 jennifer.sternberg@badger.k12.wi.us

Visual Arts Competition The Visual Arts Competition is an opportunity for students who are intensely interested in art. Students currently taking upper level art classes are invited by the art instructors to participate in regional, state and national competitions. Students work to create original works of art in the areas of drawing, painting, illustration, art metals and jewelry, ceramics, sculpture, graphic design, photography, video and installation. Finished works are selected to be submitted to regional, state and nation wide art competitions. These competitions offer awards that include scholarship opportunities. Contact: Lindsay Neighbors 348-2000 x2328 lindsay.neighbors@badger.k12.wi.us

Workout Club Badger Workout Club is group Badger students who are interested in staying in shape in a non-traditional way. Our members focus on Self-Defense, Plyometrics, Yoga, and Strength and Conditioning. It is our goal that members will obtain a high level of physical fitness, greater sense of community, and deeper understanding of their great potential and personal responsibility. All members must agree to maintain and/or improve their school attendance and participation, and must regularly attend workouts, must be supportive of each other. No cost. Co-Ed. Location: across from the Lake Geneva Middle School [white church building]. Timeframe: September to June Contact: Mike Giovingo

Sunday: 6:00—7:30 p.m. Monday: 3:30—5:00.

348-2000 x2051 mike.giovingo@badger.k12.wi.us

Young Americans for Equality The goal of the group is to not only provide tutoring services to fellow classmates who need extra help, but also to provide scholarship opportunities to peers who have a financial need. All students are welcome. Contact: Chris Minter

348-2000 x2152 chris.minter@badger.k12.wi.us

348-2000 x2810 lauren.keul@badger.k12.wi.us 348-2000 x2813 reyna.nicia@badger.k12.wi.us

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