Badger Students Kick Off "Big Badger-Littler Badger" Youth Mentorship Program
16 days ago
March 14, 2017 – Badger High School students in Mrs. Salamone's English class kicked off a new youth mentorship/reading program this month called the Big Badger-Littler Badger Club.
Each week at the end of the school day, students travel to Star Center and Central-Denison elementary schools to partner with a child to practice reading skills and serve as positive role models. It's a beneficial experience for all involved!
Badger Students Take 3rd at Conference Academic Bowl
about 1 month ago
Front Row: Anna Dickfoss, Sophia Georges, Kimberly Chappell, Samuel Ahler, Rebecca White, Savanah Simpson, Kylin McHugh, Madison Wells, Isabella Peetz, Lillian Ward-Packard. Middle Row: Shannon Previte (faculty advisor), Dakota Wakeley, Logan Rogers, Braden Kundert, Brendan Helsing, Peter Merry, Everett Black, Devon Frederick, Connor Duggan, Matthew Geils. Top row: Anders Haldorsen
February 21, 2017 (Lake Geneva) — Twenty-one of Badger High School’s brightest students participated in the annual Southern Lakes Conference Academic Bowl on February 20 at Elkhorn High School.
The Badgers placed 3rd overall. The following three students placed first in their individual events: Anders Haldorsen (physics), Lillian Ward-Packard (British Literature), and Connor Duggan (Algebra).
Students compete in the Academic Bowl by taking written and oral exams in a number of subject areas in key academic categories, including as math, English and literature, science and social studies.
Lake Geneva Schools Host Successful Science Night
about 1 month ago
Lake Geneva Schools hosted a successful Family Science Night event at the Lake Geneva Middle School on Feb. 7.
The event will featured hands-on science activities and concluded with an exciting science/chemistry show performed by Badger High School science experts (a.k.a. The Lake Geneva Science Guys) Mr. Barry Mess & Mr. Aaron Burg.
The event attracted more than 275 students and their families. What a great event to pique student interest in science!
STEM Push At Lake Geneva Middle School This Year
7 months ago
Opportunities & Innovation Abound At Lake Geneva Schools!
Lake Geneva Middle School (LGMS) students will benefit from a new STEM program this year. This program is being developed in conjunction with the school district's new strategic plan objective of increasing curricular choices for students at the middle school level.
Students will be be introduced to Project Lead the Way (PLTW) Gateway, a program that provides middle school level engineering, biomedical and computer science curriculum. Students will get rigorous and relevant experiences through activity, project and problem-based learning.
PLTW uses topics like coding and robotics, flight and space, and DNA and crime scene analysis to engage middle school students and their natural curiosity and imagination in creative problem solving.
PLTW Gateway is a strong foundation for further STEM learning in high school and beyond, challenging students to solve real-world challenges,such as cleaning oil spills and designing sustainable housing solutions. Using the same advanced software and tools as those used by the world’s leading companies, students learn how to apply math, science, technology, and engineering to their everyday lives.
The desired result is that these courses at the middle level will make a strong bridge to our already strong and ever-growing PLTW courses at Badger High School.
- Learn more about our push for Middle School STEM programs in our 2016 Community Report Newspaper.
- Check out page 38 of our Badger High School Course Guide to view the wide variety of STEM offerings that prepare students for careers and college.
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7 months ago
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