Red Hawk Pride

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School - "Friday Night Lights”

Metals 1 with Mr. Walker

The Metals 1 class attended a career and job shadow tour at Fastenal and learned about real world applications within manufacturing. The students were very grateful to get the experience and found it very helpful to understand the trade much better. Currently, senior Will Thompson is thinking about the Fastenal Sponsorship Program.


Bluff View Bank make a donation for football uniforms and Feyen's Arcade Pumping Service LLC also donated to baseball and football. Thank you so much!

Anat & Phys UWL Cadaver Lab Field Trip

Students in Ms. Stetzer’s Anat. & Phys class spent Monday morning at UWL’s Prairie Spring Science Center in the gross anatomy lab observing cadavers and specimens. They were able to use knowledge learned in class, ask questions about their own bodies, compare diseased and normal organ structure and ask about college level course work. The students represented the G-E-T community very well!!!
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G-E-T SkillsUSA @ District Competition in Holmen

G-E-T SkillsUSA along with 9 other schools throughout the state competed at Holmen High School December 7th. There was a total of 116 student contestants and G-E-T brought 14 of them: Brandon Bork, Gavin Christian, Cody Dooley, Austin Eichelt, Breann Harris, Cody Jochish, Alex Keller, Braydon Kramer, Cole Kremer, Charlie Mattison, David Peplinski, Katie Stevens, Rylie Tourtellott, and Thomas Ziegler.

G-E-T SkillsUSA was able to place in several trade competitions and one leadership competition. Charlie Mattison placed 1st in Cabinetmaking, Rylie Tourtellott placed 1st in Photography, Cody Kremer placed 2nd in CNC Milling, Cody Dooley placed 3rd in Auto Service and Katie Stevens placed 2nd in Job Interview for Leadership.

Congratulations to all SkillsUSA members on a job well done and making the G-E-T community proud.

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College Prep with Mrs. Petersen

College Prep students created their own Book Subscription Service, which sends books and gifts to its subscribers. Students chose important symbols or gifts which coincide with page numbers and major events/characters within the novel. They added vocabulary, discussion questions, playlist, favorite quote, and a note to the reader.

Link to view:

Mrs. Stetzer's Anat & Phys

Students have been learning about healthcare careers and their own cardiovascular function. They have practiced nursing skills, taken blood pressures and performed EKGs.
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2021 Veteran's Day Program

On November 11th, 2021 the G-E-T Performing Arts Center hosted a Veteran's Day Program. Senior Class members Aleah Hunter and Mattalyn Shanley spoke and our Guest Speaker was Staff Sergeant Britta Rotering. There were performances by our G-E-T Band and Choir with solos from Genna O'Neill and Brianne Cooper. Special Thanks to the G-E-T Veteran's Color Guard, and our choir and band directors Mr. Stuempges, and Mr. Kading.
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We have finished Term 1! As a whole, Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau High School is in a much better place at this point in time than we were last year. Of our 419 students, 394 of them earned passing grades. We have 266 of our students that earned a spot on either the A or B Honor roll. Of those 266, 162 are on the A Honor Roll and 104 are on the B Honor Roll.

Congratulations to our students, staff, and administration for helping us get to where we are today!

National Honor Society Highway Cleanup

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National Honor Society Blood Drive

The blood drive on Nov. 9th at G-E-T High School was a huge success. We collected 26 whole blood donations and 2 dual red cell donations. These collections will provide enough blood products to save 82 lives. Thank you to all the donors, the National Honor Society volunteers, and Versiti for their hard work. Well done!
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Applied Communications

Students in Ms. Bentz's Applied Communications class use Legos to complete a lesson on giving instructions.

Biology 105 / AP Biology

Students in Mrs. Stetzer’s Biology 105 / AP Biology classes used chalk markers to demonstrate their knowledge of cellular communication pathways.

Congratulations to the 2021 National Honor Society inductees!

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Boys State Cross Country

Band Fall Concert

A Spooktacular evening full of music in the new Performing Arts Center featured flute and oboe conspiracy, clarinet dazzle, alto sax congregation, low wind cauldron, trumpet and horn masquerade, percussion warren, jazz symposium, and the G-E-T concert band.

Fall Choir Concert

Beautiful vocal music filled the new Performing Arts Center for the first time Monday night, October 18th. The high school's Robed Choir, Men's and Women's Choirs, and a capella groups Out of the Blue and Vocal Point put on amazing performances for their families.

English 9 Independent Reading Projects

The students in English 9 have an independent reading project--they read a book of their choice then create a project that represents some literary elements within their book.

Jayce Quarne created a story mobile that highlights characters in his book Pan's Labyrinth by Cornelia Funke and Guillermo del Toro.

Kinley Anderson, Ellie Cox, and Audrey Swenson created stories in a bottle. Kinley's book is Winter Counts by David Heska Wanbli Weiden. Ellie's book is Good Girl, Bad Blood by Holly Jackson. Audrey's book is We Are Liars by E. Lockhart.

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Georgian Culture Presentation

Ketevan Buskivadze, an exchange student from Georgia, gave a presentation on her culture to the high school English classes. She discussed Georgian government, location, flag, sports, cuisine, legends, music, dance, and the language. Here she is wearing a traditional hat called a papakha worn by Georgian dancers.

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Fall Choir Concert

Beautiful vocal music filled the new Performing Arts Center for the first time Monday night, October 18th. The high school's Robed Choir, Men's and Women's Choirs, and a capella groups Out of the Blue and Vocal Point put on amazing performances for their families.

G-E-T Jazz Band Out on the Town

Saturday, October 16th, the G-E-T High School Jazz Band, led by our very own Tony Kading, went and spread some lovely jazz throughout our communities. They stopped at the square in Downtown Galesville, the park in Ettrick, and Central Park in Trempealeau.

Family, Foods, & Society with Ms. Burritt

Family, Foods, and Society students put their plating and food photography to the test to make the perfect yogurt parfait.
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Dig Pink Night with G-E-T HS Volleyball

G-E-T's Dig Pink Night took place on Thursday, October 7th. It was a huge success! $1,150 was raised for the G-E-T Cares Fund.
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Tech Math with Mrs. Brandau

Tech Math students got outside and completed a paper airplane activity. Tested their airplane making skills but also their measuring skills.
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In the Woods with Mr. Nelson's Forestry Class

The school forest is a valuable resource for the G-E-T Forestry Class. We use the forest for things such as tree identification, where we use the trees as examples of different species. Our class also takes samples of the density of the tree population. The forest also provides us a real-world experience of assessing tree value. The school forest puts us in an environment that a classroom can’t replicate.

G-E-T Receives Large Grant Funding from Ashley Furniture

The G-E-T School District was awarded over $19,000 from Ashley Furniture for VEX Robotics - curriculum and education training kits to enhance students experiences in the field of robotics and animation. Mr. Walker and his Robotics and Electronics class will be getting the VEX EXP Classroom Bundle = 10 Robots for $8,000. This funding was sought out by completing the VEX Robotic Grant over the summer of 2021 and being accepted by the Ashley Furniture Grant Committee. Below are a couple pictures of the kits.
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Homecoming 2021 - In Pictures

Congratulations to the Varsity football team on their win over Viroqua on Friday night! Also, Congratulations to Will Thompson and Genna O'Neill on being crowned King and Queen during the dance on Saturday night.
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Red Hawk Invitational - Cross Country Home Meet

The High School Cross Country Team had huge successes at their home meet, the Red Hawk Invitational on September 9th at the Ettrick Golf Course. Boys and Girls Varsity as well as Boys and Girls JV all came home with 1st place finishes on their home course. Great job!
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Anatomy & Physiology Fun!

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Students in Anat. & Phys. practiced learning medical terminology by dissecting Gummy Bears. They had fun being able to learn together while being safe!

Freshman Orientation 2021

2021 Ap Scores

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G-E-T Class of 2021 Graduation

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Gene Haas Foundation Awards $10,000 to Galesville-Ettrick-TrempealeauHigh School

Students at G-E-T (Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau) High School will have increased financial support as they pursue manufacturing education and training.

The Gene Haas Foundation has awarded G-E-T (Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau) High School $10,000 in grants to support student scholarships and machining and manufacturing engineering program needs. The funds will be used for their Manufacturing Program and it is the first grant received by the High School for Manufacturing Scholarships. To date, G-E-T has received $17,500 in Scholarships from the Gene Haas Foundation.

G-E-T (Galesville-Ettrick-Trempealeau) High School offers training in Machine and Metal processes, ...

Instructor Lance Walker states…

The Gene Haas Foundation’s primary goal is to build skills in the manufacturing industry by providing scholarships for CNC machine technology students. For High Schools, a portion of the funds may also be used to support the school’s participation in student competitions such as FIRST or VEX Robotics, SkillsUSA and High Mileage Vehicle programs that highlight their manufacturing programs.

The Gene Haas Foundation was established in 1999, by Haas Automation, Inc., Founder and CEO Gene Haas, to support the needs of the local community, through grants to such local charities as the Boys and Girls Clubs, Food Share, Rescue Mission, and others.

Seeing a growing need for skilled manufacturing employees industry wide, the Foundation expanded its mission to include support for manufacturing training programs throughout North America and beyond. By providing scholarship grants, sponsoring individual and team CNC competitions, and partnering with the very best CNC training programs in the world, the Foundation helps expand the availability of high-quality manufacturing technology training worldwide.

The Gene Haas Foundation donates millions of dollars every year to manufacturing education and the community. In 2020, the Gene Haas Foundation provided more than $17 million in grants, bringing the total since inception to more than $100 million.

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Senior Signings

Congratulations to Mikayla Wright! Mikayla will be attending Carthage College to compete in track and field.
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Congratulations to Johanna Rupple! Johanna will further her education and swimming career at UW- Stevens Point.
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Link Crew 2.0 Training

On Friday, May 14th a selected group of current sophomores and juniors were trained to become next year's Link Leaders at the high school. This fantastic group of students will connect with all incoming freshmen and new students to help support and guide them through their transition to GET High School. Our Link Leaders went through a variety of activities that they will lead at Freshmen Orientation in August. They will continue their leadership development and training throughout the summer. The idea of this group is to connect and "link" as many kids to each other so we all feel welcomed, included, and valued here at GET High School.

G-E-T Receives 2020 Wisconsin Advanced Placement Advisory Council Pacesetter Award

The 2020 Pacesetter Award is the result of student participation and performance on the 2020 College Board Advanced Placement Exams. The WAPAC Pacesetter Award is relatively straightforward and based on WISEdash data released from the Department of Instruction. It is readily available, transparent, and allows WAPAC to recognize access first and excellence second. This award model allows the recognition of both large and small schools. The metric and scores are shown below, along with the certificate.

Our school placed at Level 3 with more than 10% of our student body taking the exams and more than 60% of those passing the exams with a score of 3. A score of 3 or higher typically equates to earning college credit. Congratulations to all students and staff involved in earning this award!

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2021 Graduates College & Career Ready

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AP Lit March Madness

During the month of March in AP Literature & Composition, students engaged in a fierce March Madness battle of poetry. Students read 32 poems by diverse authors and from diverse periods, then pitted them against each other in brackets and round to eventually determine which poem has the complexity, literary merit, and theme to claim the title of "superior poem." The debate was fierce at times, but one poem emerged victorious-- "for the boys who never learned how to swim" by Clint Smith is the 2021 winner.
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Rachel Amoth

Victorianna Applin

Reid Bakeberg

Carlie Baker

Molly Berzinski

Bradley Bishop

Destiny Bishop

Jayda Bluske

Kirah Brenegen

Miranda Campbell

Ryan Cooksey

Claire Corcoran

Trevor Daffinson

Alex Deitrick

Brylee Erickson

Valerie Fayen

Justin Gappa

Jada Helmers

Aidan Henscheid

Brianna Hilton

Benjamin Hirschboeck

Reid Johnson

Riley Kirkey

Caitlin Kramer

Elizabeth Letttner

Carson Lilla

Samantha McCabe

Caden Miralles

Angela Osborn

Anna Puent

Sawyer Schmidt

Emily Schrenkler

Ryan Stein

Logan Teske

Sydney Thell

Blake Thill

Jacob Thompson

JOrdan Thompson

Hannah Trim

Joshua Valler

Luke Vance

Ivey Wadman Vehrenkamp

Sophia White

Mikayla Wright


Collin Anderson

Avali Bratberg

Boden Bratberg

Kayli Bratberg

Abigail Braunreiter

Melaa Brenengen

Kimberly Cooper

Emily Engen

Kylee Gallup

Jesse Gilbertson

Carter Gold

Kaitlin Gunderson

Breann Harris

Sarah Hoffman

Aleah Hunter

Tauna Janssen

McKenna Johnson

Jordan Jumbeck

Lance Jumbeck

Lucy Jumbeck

Autumn Kennedy

Lindsey Lettner

Calen LIghtfoot

Emily Nelson

Generose O'Neill

Katherine Pierson

Kylie Schmitz

Hannah Siegler

Kathleen Stevens

Kasey Teske

Riley Thill

Rylie Tourtellott

Justice Vaaler

Quinn Wenthe

Emily Williford


Kasey Anderson

Maggie Bistodeau

Brianna Boos

Brenden Brady

Olivia Buschman

Obi Chavolla Barrera

Halie Eiken

Ethan Gagnon

Collin Handke

Thomas Haney

Zachary Holthaus

Elias Johnson

ABrie Kennedy

Allison Lanzel

Elsie Marley

Charles Mattison

Adrian MIralles

Alexis Mulholland

Natalie Olsen

Benjamin Peterson

Claire Rolbiecki

Elyse Schoonover

Kayla Schultz

Aidan Schwier

Taylor Senn

Elijah SOrenson

Jordan Stanislowski

Samuel Thell

Trista Thill

Jersey Thompson

Alexis Walker

Grace Ward

Cali Wilchinski

Ariana Wilson

Nova Leigh Eternity Wilson-Stenslien

Nadia Wolfe

Emily Wright


Evelyn Allsep

Chloe Applin

Lidia Bakeberg

Jack Beedle

Faith Bennett

Brandon Bork

Alexander Bureister

Brianne Cooper

Kathryn Craney

Ayla Edwards

Haley Giemza

Ellissa Gold

Taylor Haney

Madelyn Hansen

Kylee Hauge

Tatum Johnson

Iris Kaszolka

Cole Kremer

Esther Logue

Myles Marley

Anna Motszko

Alexis Murphy

Kylie Oliver

Audrey Parker

Nicholas Puent

Carter Repaal

Ava Roessler

Adrianna Rotering

Cody Schmitz

Amelia Schmuck

Madalyn Schrenkler

Devyn Semb

Cadence Simmons

Libby Truax

Gavin Whillock

Pa Dao Xiong

Madison Yang



Jake Amoth

Hayley Andersen

Gavin Bistodeau

Shaylynn Blaney

Noah Busse

Jade Foote

Andrew Fox

Logan Freeman

Gracie Grandt

Caitlin Heineman

Blake Helmers

Camery Holzer

Hayden Johnson

Jonathan Johnson

Shante Jonsgaard

Morgan Krackow

Aiden Lee

Reese Mahutga

Lane Mancilman

Jaren Miralles

Grace Motszko

Lilith Nelson

Mason Pedretti

Taisei Purney

Samuel Ratajczek

River Rommel

Johanna Rupple

Cameron Schuh

Tyler Seiling

Cody Sheldon

Spencer Solberg

Sydney Stoner

Shylo Stuttgen

Spencer Sveen

Garret Towner

Ryan Vetch

Keelin Wicka

Lena Xiong

Collin Zarcone

Riley Ziegler


Tanner Andersen

Ethan Burmeister

Brianna Cada

Alicia Dale

Ryann Duffenbach

Aidan Dungy

Melissa Flynn

Hannah Gibbons

Zachary Grams

Alyssa Hills

Gabriel Lamberty

Dominic Loken

Jessica Moen Aysia Moore

Corah Nelsestuen

Colin Niederkorn

Brett Noren

Ty Schauer

Keegan Schorbahn

Gracelyn Shanley

Mattalyn Shanley

Cheyenne Skime

Joshua SLattery

Ethan Stoner

Mason Truax

Cole Williams


Ethan Backler

Ship Bahnub

John Bennett

Brianna Bishop

Cadence Daffinson

Ava Dahl

Cody Dooley

Jayden Duell

Isabelle Eichelt

Abigail Foote

Benjamin Hilton

Savannah Hynes

Shayna Kirkey

Cadence Kokott

Gavyn Kwasniewski

Sheenah Nilsestuen

Brandt Robinson

Leif Sannes

Nathanniel Schindler

Jasmine Srock

Makaya Stanke

Logan Stoner

Haley Thesing

Melanie Tobias

Christopher Wagner


Nicholas Crum

Amelia Doud

Kendall Fabian

Trinity Fowler

Alaina Jehu

Cisco Jimenez

Domanick Knott

Josef Kopp

Mason Kromrey

Mathea Lebakken

Arielle Nilsestuen

Jacob Ruesgen

Haydin Schulz

Alayna Stendahl

Madilyn Vang

Arthur Willette

Pa Da Xiong

Congratulations, Forensics Team!

The entire Forensics Team had success at the State Competition! We took home 3 Silver medals and 3 Bronze medals this year. Well done, team!

Amelia Schmuck

Everett Schultz

Jescey Thompson

Jasmyn Roensch

Makaya Stanke

Abby Braunreiter

Melana Brenengen

Reflection on the programs and opportunities at the High School

We often forget to take the time to reflect and celebrate our accomplishments. We felt it would be appropriate to highlight some of the programs and opportunities that have been added over the past five years.

FCCLA will have a State Executive Council Officer!

Congratulations to Lucy Jumbeck!

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G-E-T students accepted into the Fastenal Sponsorship Program

Congratulations to Ivey Verhenkamp and Brad Bishop who have been awarded the Fastenal Sponsorship Program. Fastenal has been offering a Sponsorship Program for multiples years. They usually take on 6-10 high school graduating students pursuing a career in CNC machining within the Mississippi Coulee Region. This sponsorship equates to about $11,900 in reimbursement funds for Minnesota State College Southeast per student.

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Homecoming Court

Congratulations to the students selected for Homecoming Court:

Rachel Amoth

Miranda Campbell

Brylee Erickson

Valarie Feyen

Jada Helmers

Anna Puent

Sophie White

Gavin Bistodeau

Trevor Daffinson

Aidan Henscheid

Aiden Lee

River Rommel

Sawyer Schmidt

Luke Vance

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Congratulations to the forensics team! All our kids are going to state this year.

Amelia Schmuck

Everett Schultz

Jescey Thompson

Jazmyn Roensch

Makaya Stanke

Abby Braunreiter

Melana Brenengen

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Badger State


Galesville - Aleah Hunter, alternate Lucy Jumbeck

Ettrick - Keegan Schorbahn

Trempealeau - Rylie Tourtellott, alternate Katie Stevens


Galesville - Lance Jumbeck

Ettrick - Gabe Lamberty

Trempealeau - Caleb Lightfoot

Dance team Regional Champs

Congratulations to our dance team as they competed this past weekend at regionals. They took 1st place in D4 pom and 1st in D3 hip hop (4th year in a row).

High School State Honors Music

Congratulations to Obi Chavolla-Barrera and Elise Marley on being selected to participate in the 2021 High School State Honors Music Project!
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Freshmen Take On Romeo & Juliet

2021 G-E-T WIAA Scholar Athletes

Congratulations to the 2021 G-E-T WIAA Scholar Athlete representatives Rachel Amoth and Sawyer Schmidt!
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Concert Prep in the PAC

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Spencer Solberg
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Spencer Sveen

Frankenstein Black Out Poems

Mrs. Petersen's College Prep class has been working on Frankenstein Black Out Poems. You can see a sampling below. For the full gallery of their incredible work - please visit this LINK.

National Honor Society Blood Drive - February 5, 2021

The National Honor Society sponsored a successful blood drive on Friday, February 5th.

There were 26 donors present with 18 of them being first time Versiti donors.

Here is the break-down:

20 whole blood collections (can possibly save up to 60 lives)

4 dual red cell collections (8 blood products)

1 single red cell collection (1 blood product)

1 plasma collection (1 blood product)

70 potential lives saved over the course of 5 hours at G-E-T. AWESOME!!

In addition to sponsoring the event, National Honor Society also volunteered their time and donated snacks.

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Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau Honor Roll Term 2 2020/2021



Applin, Victorianna

Baker, Carlie

Berzinski, Molly

Bishop, Bradley

Bishop, Destiny

Bluske, Jayda

Busse, Noah

Campbell, Miranda

Cooksey, Ryan

Daffinson, Trevor

Deitrick, Alex

Erickson, Brylee

Feyen, Valerie

Gappa, Justin

Hilton, Brianna

Hirschboeck, Benjamin

Jaszewski, Victoria

Johnson, Reid

Jonsgaard, Shantae

Letter, Elizabeth

Lilla, Carson

McCabe, Samantha

Miracles, Caden

Miracles, Jaren

Osborn, Angela

Pedretti, Mason

Puent, Anna

Schrenkler, Emiliy

Stein, Ryan

Sveen, Spencer

Teske, Logan

Thell, Sydney

Trim, Hannah

Vance, Luke

Wadman, Vehrenkamp, Ivey

White, Sophia

Wright, Mikayla


Anderson, Collin

Bratberg, Avali

Bratberg, Boden

Bratberg, Kayli

Braunreiter, Abigail

Brenengen, Melana

Cooper, Kimberly

Engen, Emily

Gallup, Kylee

Gilbertson, Jesse

Gold, Carter

Gunderson, Kaitlyn

Harris, Breann

Hills, Alyssa

Hoffman, Sarah

Hunter, Aleah

Janssen, Tauna

Johnson, McKenna

Jumbeck, Jordan

Jumbeck, Lance

Jumbeck, Lucy

Kennedy, Autumn

Letter, Lindsey

Lightfoot, Caleb

Moore, Aysia

Nelson, Emily

O'Neill, Generose

Pierson, Katherine

Schaur, Ty

Scmitz, Kylie

Schorbahn, Keegan

Shanley, Gracelyn

Siegler, Hannah

Stevens, Kathleen

Teske, Kasey

Thill, Riley

Tourtellott, Rylie

Vaaler, Justice

Wenthe, Quinn


Anderson, Kasey

Bahnub, Sophia

Bennett, John

Bishop, Brianna

Bistodeau, Maggie

Brady, Brendan

Buschman, Olivia

Chavolla Barrera, Obi

Eiken, Halie

Gagnon, Ethan

Handke, Collin

Haney, Thomas

Holthaus, Zachary

Johnson, Elias

Kennedy, Abrie

Kirkey, Shayna

Lanzel, Allison

Marley, Elsie

Mattison, Charles

Miracles, Aidrian

Mulholland, Alexis

Olsen, Natalie

Peterson, Benjamin

Robinson, Brandt

Rolbiecki, Claire

Schoonover, Elyse

Schultz, Kayla

Schwier, Aidan

Senn, Taylor

Sorenson, Elijah

Stanislowski, Jordan

Thill, Trista

Thompson, Jescey

Walker, Alexis

Ward, Grace

Wolfe, Nadia

Wright, Emily


Allsep, Evelyn

Applin, Chloe

Bakeberg, Lydia

Beedle, Jack

Bennett, Faith

Bork, Brandon

Burmeister, Alexander

Cooper, Brianne

Doud, Amelia

Edwards, Ayla

Giemza, Haley

Gold, Ellissa

Haney, Taylor

Hansen, Madelyn

Hauge, Kaylee

Kaszoka, Iris

Kromrey, Mason

Logue, Esther

Marley, Myles

Motszko, Anna

Murphy, Alexis

Oliver, Kylie

Parker, Audrey

Puent, Nicholas

Roessler, Ava

Rotering, Adrianna

Ruesgen, Jacob

Schmitz, Cody

Schmuck, Amelia

Schrenkler, Madalyn

Truax, Libby

Whillock, Gavin

Yang, Madison

B Honor Roll

Grade 12

Amoth, Jake

Amoth, Rachel

Andersen, Hayley

Bakeberg, Reid

Blaney, Shaylynn

Brenegen, Kirah

Corcoran, Claire

Elfers, August

Fox, Andrew

Grandt, Gracie

Heineman, Caitlin

Helmers, Jada

Henscheid, Aidan

Holzer, Camery

Johnson, Hayden

Johnson, Jonathan

Kirkey, RIley

Kramer, Caitlin

Logue, Luke

Mahutga, Reese

Motszko, Grace

Nelson, Lilith

Niederkorn, Carter

Purney, Taisei

Ratajczek, Samuel

Rupple, Johanna

Schmidt, Sawyer

Schuh, Cameron

Seiling, Tyler

Severson, Macy

Solberg, Spencer

Stoner, Sydney

Stuttgen, Shylo

Tapp, Kylie

Thesing, Dakota

Thill, Blake

Thomas, Trinity

Thompson, Jordan

Towner, Garret

Vaaler, Joshua

Walker, Lukas

WIcka, Keelin

Willette, Chloe

Wilson, DeVaugn

Ziegler, Riley


Andersen, Tanner

Burmeister, Ethan

Cada, Brianna

Duffenbach, Ryann

Dungy, Aidan

Flynn, Melissa

Gibbons, Hannah

Grams, Zachary

Heuer, Sierra

Lamberty, Gabriel

Loken, Dominic

Miller, Ella

Moen, Jessica

Nelsestuen, COrah

Niederkorn, Colin

Noren, Brett

Putirskis, Austin

Skime, Cheyenne

Skwierawski, Gracia

Slattery, Joshua

Stoner, Ethan

Tollefson, Nicholas

Truax, Mason

Williams, Cole


Backler, Ethan

Becker, Nevaeh

Boos, Brianna

Cooksey, Renee

Daffinson, Caydence

Dooley, Cody

Duell, Jayden

Hermann, Nicholas

Hynes, Sevannah

Kokott, Caydence

Kwasniewski, Gavyn

Sannes, Leif

Schuh, Connor

Seiling, Brady

Srock, Jasmine

Stanke, Makaya

Thell, Samuel

Thesing, Haley

Tobias, Melanie

Wagner, Christopher

Wilchinski, Cali

Wilson, Ariana

WIlson-Stensslien, Nova


Craney, Kathryn

Crum, Nicholas

Fabian, Kendall

Fowler, Trinity

Hammel, Riley

Jimenez, Cisco

Johnson, Tatum

Knott, Domanick

Kremer, Cole

Lebakken, Mathea

Marin, Sheryln

Nilsestuen, Arielle

Repaal, Carter

Schultz, Zelda

Schulz, Haydin

Semb, Devyn

Stendahl, Alayna

Thoma, Hayden

Vang, Madilyn

Xiong, Pa Da

Xiong, Pa Dao

National Honor Society Induction Ceremony - January 6, 2021

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Sunsets are proof that no matter what happens, every day can end beautifully." - Kristen Butler

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Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy G-E-T Robed Choir 2020

Holiday Wishes from your GET HS Staff

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Scenic Rivers AHEC Guest Speaker

Anatomy & Physiology had a guest speaker from Scenic Rivers AHEC (Area Health Education Center). He was able to give the students great information about health careers and what students need to do in order to prepare. The students participated really well and seemed to enjoy it!
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G-E-T Performing Arts Center Tour!

Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau Performing Arts Center Tour

The G-E-T Performing Art Center is Complete!

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The PAC In Use!

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NHS seniors spent two hours Saturday cleaning up part of highway 53.

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G-E-T High School Band Members Shine at State Honors

Each year in February, students from all over the state of Wisconsin convene on sites to audition for the Wisconsin State Music Association’s State Honors Project. The project consists of a State Honors Band, Orchestra, Jazz Band, Treble Choir and Mixed Choir. This project has been in place in the state for over 50 years. The level of performance needed to be accepted into these groups is of the highest caliber. Students begin working on audition material months in advance to prepare for an in person, one shot audition in front of some of the top music educators and adjudicators in the state. This year, G-E-T had 6 students audition for the project and 2 students were accepted as 1st alternates, meaning they were the first person to be asked to be in the group if someone was unable to participate. Congratulations to senior Caitlin H. on alto saxophone and sophomore Obi C. on bari saxophone for earning those positions. In the WSMA State Honors Band there are only 4 alto saxes and 1 bari sax in the group. To even earn the spot of 1st alternate is an incredible honor.

As for the other 4 G-E-T band students, they were all accepted into the State Honors Band and Orchestra. It is unheard of to have 4 students from one school accepted into this program. Most schools may have 1 student make it into the honors project. Some of the largest schools in the state may have 2 or 3 students accepted. For a school the size of G-E-T to have 4 students in the W.S.M.A. Band and Orchestra is unheard of. Congratulations goes to senior clarinet players Emily S., Ben H., Shelby S. and sophomore percussionist Elsie M.. Due to covid-19 restrictions, the students were able to participate in a virtual camp in June and also work towards a virtual performance that will be aired as part of the State Music Conference.

College & Career Readiness

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School Opens 2020

Summer Recovery School

Our high school summer recovery school has been a big success. Students who needed to earn recovery credits to stay on track to graduate were able to come to the building in small numbers to work with staff.


The high school weight room has undergone an upgraded. A big shout out to everyone who helped make this a reality including our custodians, Kirs Risch, Rick Schmidt, the athletic booster club, and the school board.
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Western Technical College Transcripted Credit.

2019-2020 Western Technical College Transcripted Credit.

Gale Ettrick Trempealeau High School stats:

Total Students Earning Transcripted Credit: 162

Total Transcripted Credits Earned: 501

Total Savings for your student/district: $71,816

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Badger Boy State and Badger Girl State

The following students were selected to attend this year's Badger Boy State and Badger Girl State. Due to COVID 19 the events were canceled.

Back row: Ryan Cooksey (Ettrick Alternate), Spencer Solberg (Galesville Alternate), River Rommel (Ettrick Delegate), Ben Hirschboeck (Trempealeau Alternate), Clare Corcoran (Ettrick Delegate), Sydney Stoner (Trempealeau Alternate) Front Row: Andrew Fox (Trempealeau Delegate), Spencer Sveen (Galesville Delegate), Brylee Erickson (Ettrick Alternate), Valerie Feyen (Trempealeau Delegate), Mikayla Wright (Galesville Delegate)

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G-E-T HS Staff Says Hi

Trempealeau County Robotics team

The Trempealeau County Robotics team traveled to Duluth, MN to compete in the Northern Lights Regional. TC Robotics finished 2nd out of 60 teams and won the Quality Award. They will be moving on to compete at the World Championships in Detroit, MI. Congratulate to team members, Carlie Baker, Lily Womack, Aidan Dungy, Lexi Walker, and Sammy McCabe.

Co-Serving in Math

Mrs. Brandau and Mrs. McHugh have been co-serving two classes this school year, Geometry and Algebra. We have seen great benefits to all students with this opportunity and are really enjoying working together.

Biology Classes

In Biology, we did a Genetics activity to show how traits are inherited by making Alien Babies! Feel free to check them all out on Mrs. Garcia's desk - it's an interesting bunch of alien babies!

AP Literature & Composition students

AP Literature & Composition students are filling out their brackets and making their predictions about which poem will make it all the way in this March Madness competition to see which poem is superior to the rest! The 1st round of brackets begins today in class!
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Housing and Interior Design Class

Housing and Interior Design took a field trip to Home Depot where they learned and practiced spackling drywall, laying the laminate flooring, and cutting and laying tile.

GMC co-op gymnastics - Sectional Champions and STATE BOUND!!!

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On Monday, the entire team advanced to the next level of competition as G-E-T hosted the SubDistrict tournament. Then on Saturday, the team competed at an invitational tournament at Eau Claire Memorial High School, and 4 students brought home awards!

Vocal Point & Out of the Blue

Congratulations to Vocal Point who placed 1st and Out of the Blue who placed 4th at their Quarterfinal on Saturday.

Vocal Point will be moving on the Semifinals at the Pabst Theatre in Milwaukee on March 21st.

Congratulations to Sam Schoonover as well who won the best soloists of the night.

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Students performing life and job skills, making pizzas in cooking class.

GET girls swimming

GET HS girls swam in the Minnesota YMCA State Championships at the University of Minnesota Aquatic Center!
  • Elle Lettner, Johanna Rupple & Halie Eiken were part of the 200 Free Relay that earned the title of State Champions!
  • Elle, Johanna, and Claire Rolbiecki were part of a Medley Relay that placed 3rd.
  • Johanna earned a 3rd place finish in the 200 Backstroke.
  • Elle is the State Champion in the 200 Freestyle, 1000 Freestyle and the 200 Butterfly – where she also beat the state record!!
They will next be competing at the North Central Regional YMCA Championships in Des Moines, IA where they will compete against the best swimmers from the surrounding five states.

Congratulations ladies!!

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Anatamony & Physiology

The students had a visit from Bob Matysik of AHEC. He talked to students about careers in healthcare. Students learned about a variety of careers and then had time to work with equipment related to the medical field.

College Prep students

Hexagon activity with the novel Frankenstein.

College Prep students were given keywords/characters/settings etc. from the novel. They had to place each one adjacent to other words to make a connection explaining why.


SkillsUSA leadership team attended an Ashley Furniture facility tour and funding presentation. Six regional schools were present. G-E-T was awarded $3,000 to build their SkillsUSA Chapter and work on K-5 curriculum projects.

Road to the Future day

Our ACP (Academic and Career Planning) team conducted the “Road to the Future Day.” This day involved career and college exploration activities for high school students and high school exploration for our 8th-grade students including:

Reality Fair

  • Juniors and Seniors experienced real-life scenarios responding to adult problems managing money, making difficult choices and getting an idea of what “adulting” is really all about.

College field trips

  • Freshmen traveled to Winona State & Fastenal

  • Sophomores traveled to UW-La Crosse & Western Technical College

Transition Activities

  • 8th-grade students attend 6 rotations to high school classrooms of their choice

  • 8th-grade students explored extra-curricular booths of their choice

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Dance team

Congratulations to our Dance team that took third place at the State competition in La Crosse.

Swimming State

This past Saturday, Johanna Rupple, Elle Lettner, Halie Eiken, and Claire Rolbiecki all qualified for Minnesota Swimming State. Johanna is going to state for the 200 and 100 Back, and 100 free. Elle is going to state for the 200 free, 200 fly, and 1000 free. Claire is going to state in her 100 breast. Halie is going to state in her 50 and 100 free. Elle, Johanna, and Claire are going to state in their 200 Medley Relay. Elle, Johanna, and Halie are going to state for their 200 Free Relay. Halie and Claire are going to state for their 400 Free relay.

NHS Blood Drive

The National Honor Society wants to thank everyone who donated blood at the blood drive. We were able to collect 31 pints of much needed blood for the area.

Holiday Door Decorating

And the Winner is.................. The Grinch Stole Fitness (Jon Steffenhagen/PE)

It only took 25 years for Coach to join in on the fun and with his theme-matching his department the closest, he gets to proudly display the "Door" prize for the next year!

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Technology 1

Tech I students completing cutting boards and wall clock on 3D modeling software

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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

Tasha Schuh

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.

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Congratulations to the following football players on their accomplishments!

  • 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

2019 NHS

Congratulations to the 2019 National Honor Society inductees.
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Performing Arts Center - groundbreaking!

English classes - Book Tasting!


NHS members participated in roadside cleanup on Sunday, Nov. 3rd.
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Congratulations to Bryce Burns who has over 3,000 rushing yards in his career and Luke Vance who rushes for nearly 300 in Friday's playoff game
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Mini Monkey Day Care

Assistant Child Care Teacher students have had fun and learned a lot creating activities and lessons that teach children about animals and colors. Children have enjoyed going on a safari to search for animals, creating fruit loop worms, painting trees, and dancing to "baby shark".
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Athletic Team Banners!

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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.

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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.

Robotics Competition

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.

Students, who studied Macbeth, traveled to Spring Green, WI, to The American Players Theater, an outdoor venue. The play was canceled due to lightning, so some of the actors from the play led a drama workshop for our group. Despite the disappointment, the students had a great day.
The weather can't keep the High School Band down during Homecoming. The practice continues for Friday night's show, even if it is inside.

Homecoming Court

Congratulations to the 2019 homecoming court!

Alivia Beaman

Lorissa Bolte

Jordan Hein

Alexis "Lexie" Kiedrowski

Helen Peterson

Mara Quarne

Allison Redsten

Mitchel Bergmann

Trent Harshman

Wyatt Lee

Max Marley

Hogan Nichols

Andrew Rolbiecki

Sam Schoonover

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Student Collaboration!

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The LINK crew mentors welcomed our incoming freshmen to the building!