From the Activities & Athletics Dept.
At SCC we are beginning to build a CHAMPIONSHIP CULTURE. As all of our athletics programs begin to achieve success in the WIAA tournaments we need to reflect on the why. Why are we so good? Is it just a few that are driving the success of the team? Can we all achieve the same level of success regardless of which sports season we are in?
The answer is YES! We can all have the same level of success that is consistent from season to season. You can choose to be the difference. Athletic Champions are created in the weight room! Championships are earned through hard work, commitment to the program, and teamwork.
When the seasons come to a close, can you look your teammates in the eye and say you trained as hard as you could and gave everything you had? Can you look yourself in the mirror and say the same?
WE are Champions. WE are a team. WE are Panthers.
Athletic Code Info and Forms
Athletic Code & Incompletes
1st Semester/Quarter 2 Incompletes
If a student has an incomplete they will have 2 weeks to complete that assessment. They will maintain eligibility until that 2 week period ends.
A. If the student completes it then they are fully eligible to participate in competitions.
B. If the student does not complete it they will be deemed ineligible until it is completed.
C. If the student completes it and they still fail the quarter/semester, they will be assigned the academic code violation and be required to sit the allotted amount of games.
Saturday, Jan. 27th, 3pm
600 North 1st Avenue
Ticket Price: $35 for upper level seats and opportunity to be on the court after the game.
Online Site: www.timberwolves.com/groupoffers
Promo Code: Panthersbasketball
Game Time: 8:00 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Pre-Game Shootaround: 6:15 PM.
Bus time: TBD
Fall, Winter, and Spring individual All-Conference Awards and team season GPA Awards
Boys Hockey - Baldwin Blackhawks
Placed 4th at the Conference Competition! Congrats Ladies!
January 27th - Regionals @ Wausau East HS
Girls Hockey - Fusion
Battle of the Books
Battle of the Books is a fun way to read some great books and compete in teams with your friends. Each year a list of 20 books is complied. You, along with your teammates, are expect to read all the books and learn the titles and authors. Then in February you compete against schools from around the state to determine who knows the books best. But the winning isn't the point; the point is to read some great books and be able to talk about them with the people you know.
Questions about BoB? Ask Mrs. Hueg or Ms. Olson in the library
"Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs."
Please contact Mr. Haug if you have any questions.
Whipping Up Wellness 2016 State Champions! - Article
"Junk in the Trunk" campaign on Friday. Students can enter for door prizes when they go clean out their trunks and make sure they are set for winter weather. We will be giving away the following items: 2 jumper cable kits, 2 blankets, 2 first aid kits, gift certificates for gas and Subway.
For information about FCCLA, please contact Ms. Hawkins.
- Learning to Do
- Doing to Learn
- Earning to Live
- Living to Serve
These very few words are filled with depth and design for the future of our students and what the St. Croix Central can do for our community. The National FFA Organization is dedicated to making a positive difference in the lives of students by developing their potential for premier leadership, personal growth and career success through agricultural education. These members are not alone as we look back at past FFA members and where they are today.
Forensics is a wonderful opportunity for our students to express themselves through theater, debate, and speech. Students are able to pactice speaking to groups of people in a structured manner with a distinct purpose: to inform, to influence, or to entertain.
See one of the ELA teachers for more information!
Juniors at SCC who have a 3.6 cumulative GPA or better are eligible for probationary membership in National Honor Society. Qualified students provide two semesters of service in addition to maintaining high standards in scholarship, leadership, and character. Primary service projects include the Red Cross Bloodmobile and GRASP tutoring at the middle school. Additional projects may include helping with events at the American Heritage Center and the St. Croix Electric Breakfast Meeting. In April, students write an essay in which they clarify how they have demonstrated the organization’s ideals. A faculty committee determines which students become full members of National Honor Society.
For more information please contact Mr. Kimberly.
Contact Mr. Koele or Mr. Millar (pictured below) for more information or interest
Prom is held every April as a wonderful chance for students to enjoy and celebrate making it through the school year.
For more information or to help plan prom, please contact Ms. Hawkins.
January 20, 2018 @ UWRF,
March 3rd, 2018 @ Menomonie HS
April 6-8 in UW-Milwaukee (STATE)
Boyceville Meet Results 12/2/17 - 8 Medals!
Sandra Queen took 6th in Rocks and Minerals
Hanna Wehausen and Sam Deno took 4th in Mousetrap Vehicle
Hank Berger and Trevor Woyda 6th in Remote Sensing
Evan Tredal 3rd in Code Analysis
Audra Scott and Sam Deno 5th in Disease Detectives
Sam Deno and Hanna W 5th in Write it, do it
Parker Chladek and Emily Gatzke 6th in TOWERS
Hank Berger and Caleb Lent 2nd in GAME ON
Student Senate plans various events during the school year and provides a voice for the student body.
Student Senate preps to unveil SCC HS Technology policy proposal.
If you are interested in becoming a member, please contact Mr. Buckel or Ms. Wolf.
Twitter Feed: @scc_senate