HIGH SCHOOL ACTIVITIES & ATHLETICS

OFFICE HOURS

7:30am-3:30pm
(Office is not open for students before school.)


Rocket Sports Schedules

www.woodlandconference.org


Website links for individual Activity/Athletic groups
are in the left sidebar (if available).

FCCLA STATE WINNERS

Eleven (11) FCCLA delegates attended the FCCLA State Leadership Conference at the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells April 13-15 with great results. We congratulate the following students on their accomplishments.

Senior Julia Gritzman won GOLD with her Occupational level Fashion Design project and qualified to compete at the National Leadership Conference which will be held in Washington DC this summer.  

Senior Alyssa Guehlstorf won GOLD with her Occupational Fashion Construction Project and also qualified for Nationals.

Sophomores Kailyn Winfrey and Gabe Zarate won GOLD with their Traffic Safety project and also qualified for Nationals.  

Junior, Hannah Fischer and sophomore Marek Larson, competed in Pastry Arts, won GOLD and BEST in their Categories.

Juniors, Elicia Blankenship and Ashley Prondzinski, won GOLD for their Chapter Service Project - The YUDA band project.  

Junior Angelica McHenry won SILVER with her Career Exploration project.  

A special thanks to Catherine Anthony and Chris Lockwood for supporting your Chapter for this  event.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS

Rocket cheerleading tryouts are coming up soon for the 2015-16 school year.  If you're interested in becoming a high school cheerleader for the Rockets, tryouts will be held on Wednesday, May 6, and Friday, May 8, in the middle school MPR from 5-7pm. See Coach Sodemann if you have any conflicts or questions.

2015 Fall Marching Band & Color Guard Sign-Up

Sign-up for the 2015 Rocket Marching Band and Color Guard is happening now. A meeting about Marching Band/Color Guard will be held on Tuesday, May 5th. See the Marching Band webpage for more details and contact information.

2015-16 Pom Tryouts

Tryouts for High School Poms will be held for all students enrolled at South Milwaukee High School for the 2015-16 school year on May 6-8, from 5:00-7:00pm and May 9 at 9:00am. There will be an informational meeting Thursday, April 30, at 3:10 in the High School Commons to discuss the tryout process and information regarding the upcoming season.  Please see Ms. Sokolowski in High School Room 2232 or call at 414-766-2232 if you have questions.

SCHOOL FUNDRAISERS

Many of our activity and athletic groups do fundraisers throughout the school year. Please help out the following school or school related organizations in their efforts.


GIRLS SOCCER FUNDRAISERS

Paisano's: Wednesday, May 6. See flyer below.  

Fancloth spiritwear for sale: All girls' soccer players have  order forms. See one of them to take a look at cool South Milwaukee socks, hats, scarves, hoodies, and other items.

Paisano's Girls Soccer

ROCKETS BASEBALL SELLING BREWERS TICKETS

The South Milwaukee High School Rockets Baseball team is selling Milwaukee Brewer Tickets for the opportunity to play at Miller Park on June 25th against Wauwatosa West. Admission to the game is free for spectators.

If you would like to buy tickets to a Brewers home game to help the Rockets Baseball team, please download the form below and send it with your payment to the contact listed on the form. Form must be turned in by May 20.

Play Ball!

Brewers Ticket Form

High School Activity Group Events

South Milwaukee High School has many activity groups and clubs available for students. For more information, please call the Activities/Athletics Office.

The Student Agenda outlines clubs and activities that have been offered in the past and will be provided whenever adequate student interest and sufficient funds exist.  A new club may be organized if a sufficient number of students participate, a faculty sponsor is found, and the funds exist to cover expenses.

STUDENT INSURANCE

SCHOOL BOARD POLICIES  (451)
SCHOOL DISTRICT OF SOUTH MILWAUKEE                                

STUDENT INSURANCE PROGRAM 

Athletic Benefit Plan (Voluntary)

All student athletes in grades 9-12 who have parents/guardians permission to participate may be covered by this plan. The cost for the plan is stipulated by the carrier and is paid by the student. A student shall be covered for preparation for, or participation in, interscholastic competition when his/her fee has been paid to the school. 

Protection is provided for injuries occurring while the student is engaged in practice or participation in interscholastic athletics. It is not health protection and the plan will not accept the responsibility for treatment that is not the direct result of an accident. It provides enrolled student athletes scheduled indemnity benefits to assist in meeting the cost of medical care in the event of accidental injury. 

The maximum benefit for any accident is only that which is provided in the schedule of benefits included in the information that is given to all students enrolled in the plan.

The insurance carrier is 1st Agency. Students must sign up for this insurance program on their website.

  • Choose “Wisconsin” and “South Milwaukee” to gain access to the appropriate school plan.