THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Crivitz School Ranked High In State News/World Report
Issue Date: May 5, 2022
In the absence of District Administrator Patrick Mans at he Crivitz School board meeting on Wednesday, April 20, Elementary Principal Kelly Robinson passed along the good news that U.S. News and World Report had ranked Crivitz High School 110th out of 450 Wisconsin High Schools in Wisconsin. Robinson said by a significant margin Crivitz was once again the highest ranked high school in the area. "This is an honor shared by the entire District staff," the report declared, adding that the students' success in the High School could not happen without the contributions of those at the Middle and Elementary schools.
Congratulations also went out to the Elementary School Early Childhood Special Education team of Stacey Caine, Elke Kobs, Aimee Barley, Shawn Christenson, Maria Knepel and Laura Toerck for being named Educators of the Year by Crivitz Business Association.
Results of the April 6 election for board members were certified. New member Sonny Graese will be seated for the May board meeting, which will include reorganization. There were five candidates and three seats to be filled. Winners were incumbent Board President Amy Grandaw, with 682 total votes, Sonny Graese, with 608 votes, and incumbent Kayla Gauthier-Ihde, with 558 votes. Long-time board member Mike Frievalt was defeated, with 521 votes, and there were 423 votes for contender Cory Sotka.
Board members expressed thanks to Frievalt for his work for the school district during all his years on the board.