Red Hawk Pride
Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School - "Friday Night Lights”
Tech I students completing cutting boards and wall clock on 3D modeling software
Our construction website
The SkillsUSA chapter competed at West Salem. All students represented G-E-T with a high level of class. The following students placed:
- Haley Schuman - 1st in photography
- Caleb Brudos - 1st in CO2 dragster
- Jake Amoth - 1st in cabinetmaking
- Mason Pedretti - 2nd in cabinetmaking
- Matt Stevens & Andrew Rolbiecki - 2nd in carpentry
- Alex Hovel - 1st in automotive
We had the privilege of hosting speaker Tasha Schuh. After a tragic theater accident that left her paralyzed from the chest down. Since 2007, she has been traveling across the country inspiring and challenging her listeners to overcome and persevere, no matter what life throws their way.
Tasha focuses on who is in “your pit crew” because she believes that we all need a team to surround us and support us to be successful in our race of life. We can’t do life alone. She also uses the acronym PATH which focused on four things that have helped her in her race:Purpose ... Attitude … Team … Hope
Tasha’s story of tragedy, transformation, and triumph inspired our students to know, no matter how difficult things can get, there is hope.
- 1st Team All-State - Bryce Burns (RB)
- All-Region - Wyatt Lee (OT), Davis Wenthe (DB), & Bryce Burns (RB & LB)
- 1st Team All-Conference - Ethan Auer (C), Bryce Bruns (RB), Brandon Boos (O Sp), Wyatt Lee (OG), Mitchell Bergman (OT), Luke Vance (RB), Davis Wenthe (DB), Bryce Burns (LB) & Trent Harshmen (DL)
- 2nd Team-All Conference - Sam Johnson (DB), Brandon Boos (LB) & Aiden Lee (OT)
- SCC Defensive Player of the Year - Bryce Burns
Performing Arts Center - groundbreaking!
English classes - Book Tasting!
Mini Monkey Day Care
Athletic Team Banners!
FCCLA Region 5 Representatives
Congratulations to Sarah Burken and Lucy Jumbeck on their selection to serve as Region 5 FCCLA Representatives! They will work to represent FCCLA members of Western Wisconsin over the 19-20 school year!
WSMA State Honors High School Band
Started in 1967, the WSMA State Honors Music Project provides musically talented students with an opportunity to rehearse and perform with the nation’s finest conductors in a professional, highly disciplined setting. Selected through the rigorous audition process, students are challenged to perform at their musical best throughout the short rehearsal period, which culminates with a performance in October at the Wisconsin State Music Conference held in Madison each year. For many of these young musicians, the WSMA State Honors Music Project offers the experience of a lifetime, creating friendships, memories and skills they take with them in whatever path they choose.
The G-E-T High School Band is extremely proud this year to have not one, not two, but three of its members selected to the WSMA State Honors Band. For the High School Honor Band, students attend a week-long camp at UW Green Bay to work with a guest conductor and sectional coaches to prepare for a “Work in Progress” Concert at the end of camp. Then, the students go home to be members of their individual school bands again. At the end of October, the High School and Middle School Honor Bands reconvene in Madison to rehearse and prepare for their final concert as part of the Wisconsin State Music Conference. The High School Band gets to do their final performance in the beautiful Overture Center in Madison. The Middle School Honor Band meets for the first time, rehearses for two days and performs a concert at the end of the convention. As an eighth-grader, freshman, Elsie Marley audition on percussion and was selected to be a member of the 2019 WSMA State Middle Honors Band. Junior Emily Schrenkler and senior, Emily Cook both auditioned on clarinet and were selected to the WSMA State High School Honor Band. Congratulations to these fine musicians and their accomplishment this year in representing
G-E-T at the State Honors level.
Biology classes at the school forest
121 students in biology classes traveled to the school forest to learn and learned about resources, survival, population dynamics and the accumulation of pesticides and toxins in the food chain. Then they took the data they created and worked on graphing skills.
Congratulations to Julia Baker (recent graduate) and Carlie Baker who competed in the East Metro Collaborative Competition (EM-CC) in Woodbury, MN as part of Trempealeau County Robotics. They paired up with two other teams from Minnesota and came out in 1st place as the EM-CC Champion for 2019.
Alexis "Lexie" Kiedrowski