12/9/19 - 12/12/19
Attention seniors - there will be a graduation planning meeting on Thursday during CIA in Mrs. Ziemann’s room. Come with ideas for song, motto and flower. This will be the only meeting so if you can not attend, please send your ideas with someone.
12/3/19 - 12/13/19
Calling all poets and poetry fans! The 5th annual Wordsmiths of Berlin Poetry Slam will be held on Saturday, December 14th at 7pm in the Berlin High School auditorium. To enter, submit two original poems to Mr. Reise or Mr. C Willhite via email at least two days prior to the contest. Non-contestants, come on out and support the local poets.
For more information, check out the official contest rules posted on the high school website.
Don’t forget to return your Angel gift to the office today (Monday, December 9).
12/2/19 - 12/20/19
Diamond Dogs Rescue is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping dogs in need. If interested, please take a Paw from the tree in the office, buy the item listed and return the gift to the office by December 20.
It might be December, but the Spring Play is just around the corner. If you have an interest in acting or set design and would like to participate in this years Spring Play check out the audition materials available in the front office. We will be holding auditions December 10th and 11th. If you have any additional questions, please see Ms. Starks.
The Key Club will be doing Candy Cane Grams again this year! Are you looking for a cute little gift to give to your Special Christmas Friend? For $1.00 you can send them a candy cane with a little note that the Key Club will deliver for you! Please stop in to see Mr. Chesebro or sign up at lunch with key club members!
12/2, 12/9, 12/16 (Mondays Only)
To All Berlin High School Students:
Berlin High School is pleased to offer 10 students a great learning opportunity in the Northwoods of Wisconsin called “Trees for Tomorrow”.
BHS can send 10 deserving students from January 22nd through the 25th to Eagle River, WI. Students will learn about forestry, wildlife, winter survival, and many other environmental topics. In addition, students will learn the basics of cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, and use these skills exploring several wilderness areas in northern Wisconsin. Some physical fitness is required for these events.
The cost of this awesome three-day program is $100, which includes meals, lodging, transportation, and ski/snowshoe rental. Students will be selected on a first come basis, so apply immediately to reserve a spot. Applicants must be academically and extra-curricular eligible.
If you are interested, please see any science teacher for an application and fee schedule. Applications and $50 down payments are due by December 20th. See Mr. Kvam if you have any questions.