On January 25, 2017, Mr. Krueger held the Hilbert 7th and 8th grade Geography Bee. 10 students took part of the final round for the bee. Congratulations to the following participants for making it into the bee: Justin, Jackson, Tyler, Alexa, Blake, Owen, Jack, Garett, Sam, and Ethan.
Each round of competition had a different geography based topic. It is not easy being in front of a crowd, and you all did very well.
For the 2nd Quarter Incentive, the performers from Comedy Sportz in De Pere, WI will be coming to Hilbert. On January 19th, all students passing classes and meeting all requirements will get to attend the show. It is an improv comedy show. The performers will act out scenes based on audience suggestions, and there may even be some audience participation. It is like the tv show Who’s Line Is It Anyway?
Here is a short clip of a show to give you an idea of what it will be like.
The Halloween Dance was a great success. Thank you to everyone who came and to everyone who brought a treat for the cake walk.
This year, the 8th grade students have created some neat commercials to help sell their products. Check out the awesome products and remember Christmas is right around the corner!
All orders need to be in by November 29th. They will be delivered by December 23 (Winter Break)
Take some time to stop in and see the products during Parent Teacher Conferences November 10 and November 15.
Calling all Hilbert District students, staff and families! We are asking for your vote. Hilbert Middle School has submitted an entry in the National Red Ribbon Photo Contest. The voting starts to today and ends Thursday November 17th. Please visit http://redribbon.org/vote/ and search for Hilbert Middle School and click the “VOTE” button to submit your vote for the entry. We are asking you to vote every day if you can! The most votes per entry will win $1000 and an iPad. We were thankful for all your votes last year as we were the lucky winners for our voting district! Help us make it 2 years in a row!
It is great to see the sea of Red in support of making positive choices and saying no to drugs.
Thanks to the Girls’ Empower group for arranging for the middle school picture.