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Bristol School Honor Roll third quarter 2015-16

Note: This post sponsored by Bumper to Bumper Paddock Lake Auto Parts. — DH The following students were named to the Bristol School third quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year: *Denotes straight A’s Fourth grade First honors — Nathan Anderson, Ryan Anderson, Christian Andonowski, *Grace Bertz, *Alyssa Bollwark, Darla Bonnes, *Jayda Briggs, *Lauryn Buesing, Kaylee Buntrock, Avery Burns, *Ayden Burns, Olivia Bussiere, Maegan Carver, Lauren Caya, Hayden Danielowicz, Caroline DeGoey, Ethan […]

Brsitol School students advance to state Solo & Ensemble Festival

Bristol School students participated in the district Solo & Ensemble Festival held at Central High School on Saturday, March 5.  The school had 58 entries in both instrumental and vocal categories.  Of those 58, four groups performed the most difficult level of music and received the highest rating possible.  Those students will perform at the […]

Bristol School Board rep tells community options still being explored on teacher post-retirement benefits

Bristol School Board members continue to explore options for dealing with certified staff post retirement benefits, a board member told the audience at a community meeting Thursday. Kathy LeFebve, board vice president, hosted a series of meetings Thursday to present information on the  situation faced by the board. The sessions were attended by staff and community […]

Dodge ball tournament at Bristol School April 16 to benefit children needing Mayo Clinic heart surgery

An eighth grade class at Bristol School is hosting a dodge ball tournament Saturday as a service learning project for Children’s Heart Project, an organization that helps children around the globe in need of heart surgery receive it through Mayo Clinic. Seth Bayles, who has autoimmune disease, is a student in the eighth grade class and his classmates decided […]

Bristol School Board tables changes to teacher retirement plan

The Bristol School Board on Tuesday night tabled a decision on a new teacher compensation plan that included what many staff saw as a reduction in retirement benefits. Teachers filled the meeting room and 12 spoke about their view that the cuts were unfair especially in view of what they contended was an generous retirement plan for longtime district administrator […]

Spring Election 2016: Bristol School Board results

Here are early results for the Bristol School District board race. The three top vote getters will fill the available seats. At about 8:35 p.m. with 2 of 4 polls reporting: Kim Rickert 763 (29%). Andy Boncher 682 (26%). Melissa Heriford 574 (22%). Kimberly Kulovitz 569 (22%). UPDATE 9:50 p.m. — With 4 of 4 […]

Bristol School District taps Wilmot UHS’ Juech for new district administrator

The new Bristol School district administrator won’t have to change his commute to work too much. He currently works at Wilmot Union High School. The district announced Monday that Michael Juech will be the new district administrator in Bristol. Currently, he is director of teaching and learning at Wilmot. The other two finalists for the job were from out of […]

Spring Election 2016: Bristol School District candidate Q&A

Voters in the Bristol School District will be able to cast a ballot in a contested school board race on April 5. Voters will be able to vote for three at-large candidates out of a field of four. The top three in votes will fill the seats. The same questionnaire was submitted by to each candidate, by email […]

Bristol School rehearsal

This afternoon the 3rd and 4th grade at Brsitol School put the final touches on their vocal concert for this evening. The theme is “Let’s Eat”.

Grandmother gives grandchildren ride to school on fire truck

Mary Wiberg gave her grandchildren a suprise they won’t soon forget — a ride to Bristol School in a Town of Salem Fire/Rescue truck with the lights flashing and the sirens blaring on Thursday. Wiberg had won the ride in a silent auction at a Boy Scout pandcake breakfast and decided to give it to her grandchildren. […]

Bristol Schol Board announces three finalists for district administrator

The Bristol School Board has narrowed its search for a new district administrator to three candidates. The board met in a special meeting March 12 to interview candidates. The new district administrator will replace Gayle Ryczek, who is retiring this summer after 29 years in the position. The following three people, all currently working in Wisconsin, were selected for […]

Bristol School fish fry on March 18 to support band program

Bristol School District is hosting a community fish fry on March 18, from 4 to 7:30 p.m., in the school cafeteria, 20121 83rd St., Bristol. Proceeds from the event will benefit the band program. Fish Fry tickets may be purchased at Bristol School between the hours of 7 a.m. to 4 p.m., weekdays. Advance tickets are: $7 for children 6 […]

Bristol School Honor Roll second quarter 2015-16

Note: This post sponsored by American Family Insurance Michael Barber, agent. — DH The following students were named to the Bristol School second quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year: Fourth Grade First honors — Nathan Anderson, *Ryan Anderson, Christian Andonowski, Grace Bertz, Alyssa Bollwark, Darla Bonnes, Jayda Briggs, Joshua Brown, *Lauryn Buesing, Kaylee Buntrock, Avery Burns, *Ayden Burns, Quentin Burns, Olivia Bussiere, *Maegan Carver, Lauren Caya, *Grace Cox, Ayden Crowe, Hayden Danielowicz, *Caroline DeGoey, Ethan […]

Bristol Science Night

Bristol School held its first Science Night Expo Thursday night. The event was put together by the Bristol PTA and sponsored by the Bristol Education Foundation. Students had over 30 tables available hosted by community members and parents who show how science is used in everyday life. Many of the tables were interactive. event organizers

Phases 1 and 2 completed in search for new Bristol School District administrator

The Bristol School District issued the following update on its search for a new district administrator: The consultants of McPherson & Jacobson, L.L.C. have completed Phases I and II of the district administrator search process. The phases included work with the school board and the community to identify criteria for a new district administrator for Bristol School […]

Bristol School District to host community meeting on Feb. 23 as part of new administrator search

Bristol School District residents will get a chance to say what they would like to see in their next district administrator. The district’s consultant in the search for the next administrator will be hosting a community meeting on Feb. 23 to hear what the community wants in the next district administrator. Here is the announcement from the […]

Bristol School Drama Club to present The Spell of Sleeping Beauty Feb. 19 & 20

This Bristol Drama Club will present The Spell of Sleeping Beauty on Friday, Feb. 19 at 7 p.m. and on Saturday, Feb. 20 at 5 p.m. at Bristol School. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for children 4-12 in advance and $8 for adults and $6 for children at the door. Children 3 and under are free. The Spell […]

Central HS hosts 2016 Middle School Honors Band and Choir Festival

The Central High School Performing Arts Department hosted the second annual Middle School Honors Band and Choir Festival on Jan. 13. Approximately 75 band and 38 choir students from area middle schools were invited to work with Adam Scheele, CHS band director, and Rob Clark, CHS choir director, to enhance their music skills and gain […]

Bristol School 4-year-old and 5-year-old kindergarten registration is Feb. 1-5

Bristol School will be registering students for the 4 year old and 5 year old kindergarten classes for the 2016-17 school year from Monday through Friday, Feb. 1-5. You only need to register your 5 year old if they are not currently enrolled in the Bristol 4K program. The hours are from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Your […]

Bristol eighth graders create slogans for Bristol Wisconsin Historical Society

The new Bristol Wisconsin Historical Society Inc. needed a slogan and they went to Bristol Grade School to find one. The historical society organized a contest with Bristol eighth grade students to create a slogan for the group. To pick the slogans, the society leaders took all the slogans and entered them on a ballot without the student […]

Longtime Bristol School district administrator Gale Ryczek retires

After nearly 30 years at Bristol School, Gale Ryczek will retire as district administrator effective July 1. Ryczek’s retirement was accepted by the School Board Tuesday. The board will begin looking for a successor immediately, a press release from the board said. Ryczek, 68, was hired as Bristol district administrator in 1987, making him the longest tenured current […]

Final results for Bristol Shootout 2016

Here are the second day results for the 2016 Bristol Shootout, held at Bristol School this weekend: Saturday morning results Saturday 8th Grade (A) Games (East Gym) Paris 23 Salem 29 Williams Bay 28 Brighton 9 Trevor 29 Randall 30 Riverview 23 Bristol 42 Saturday 7th Grade (B) Games (West Gym) Wheatland 39 Trevor 23 Paris […]

2016 Bristol Shootout Basketball Tournament Friday results

Bristol School is hosting its annual seventh and eighth grade Bristol Shootout Basketball Tournament Friday and Saturday, Jan. 8 and 9. Results from Friday’s games: Friday, 8th Grade (A) Games Trevor 26 Paris 15 Randall 49 Salem 18 Riverview 29 Williams Bay 21 Bristol 40 Brighton 23 Friday, 7th Grade (B) games Bristol 31 Wheatland 30 […]

Spring Election 2016: Bristol School District to see School Board contest

Bristol School District voters will have a contested election in the April 5 election for School Board. Three seats will be filled — one 2-year term and two 3-year terms. Filing candidacy papers by Tuesday’s deadline were: Incumbent Andrew Boncher​ as well as Kimberly Kulovitz​, Kimberly Rickert​ and Melissa Heriford. Incumbents Lynn Keller and Katie […]

BMX riders bring anti-bullying and character building message to Bristol School

Riders from the Wonder Wheels BMX stunt team brought their message of anti-bullying and character building to Bristol School Friday. along with a lot of thrilling bike stunts. The all-school assembly was sponsored by the Bristol B’s Committee, said Principal Jeff Terry. Two riders from Wonder Wheels showed off both flatland and ramp stunts. They […]

Bristol, Salem, Riverview, Randall, Trevor-Wilmot students collect socks for The Sharing Center clients

Spring of 2015 brought new ideas for Red Ribbon Week in schools across Western Kenosha County. County school counselors met with Sharon Pomaville, the executive director of The Sharing Center, which is Western Kenosha County’s Food Pantry and Resource Center. Pomaville indicated that food and nutrition are a primary need throughout the year, but during the winter months there […]

Bristol School Honor Roll first quarter 2015-16

Note: This post sponsored by American Family Insurance Michael Barber, agent. — DH The following students were named to the Bristol School first quarter honor roll for the 2015-16 school year: Fourth grade First honors — *Nathan Anderson, Ryan Anderson, Christian Andonowski, Grace Bertz, Alyssa Bollwark, Darla Bonnes, Jayda Briggs, Joshua Brown, *Lauryn Buesing, Kaylee Buntrock, Avery Burns, Ayden Burns, Quentin Burns, Olivia Bussiere, *Maegan Carver, Lauren Caya, Hayden Conklin, *Grace Cox, Ayden Crowe, Hayden […]

Bristol School students attend 2015 Wisconsin Science Festival

Note: The following was submitted by Bristol School. — DH Sixth grade students from Bristol School attended the Wisconsin Science Festival in Madison on Thursday, Oct. 22. Students visited the Discovery Expo where they were able to touch a real brain, investigate food cells, and virtually dissect a frog. Students also visited the Robot Zoo where they […]

Fire Safety Day 2015 at Bristol School

Fire Safety Day took place at Bristol School on Wednesday, Oct. 7. The fifth grade students attended a presentation and participated in activities related to fire safety, both of which were put together by members of Bristol Fire and Rescue. The fire department presented the students with a video clip showing just how quickly a room can be […]

Sheriff requests mutual aid from other departments in search for Obregon; deputies patrolling around Bristol, Brighton and Paris schools

Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth is seeking additional help and personnel from two neighboring police departments in the search for Andrew M. Obregon, 32, of Brighton. The department also has stationed uniformed deputies at three area schools, a media release from the department issued at 2:45 p.m. Monday said. Obregon, is a “person of interest” in the investigation […]

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