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Kevin Kitslaar
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Stacey Kuehn
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Welcome Message

We are so grateful and enthusiastic for the upcoming 2016-2017 school year!  We’d like to graciously thank the East Troy School Board and District for welcoming us as the new principals at East Troy High School.  In addition, we are thankful to the community for the new and updated learning spaces you’ve provided for the students at ETHS!  The state of the art learning spaces include a new band room, new classrooms, a new secure front entrance, a new fitness area, updates to the lecture hall, and a new STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) area.  The new STEAM area will include a metals room, woods room, robotics room, and a Fab Lab.  Also, several rooms were renovated to provide more space for project-based learning.

Learning Targets: "I Can Statements"

When you ask your child, “what did you learn today?” do you hardly get a response?  Trying asking them about what Learning Target did they explore during class.  Learning Targets - Please make sure you are posting the student learning targets up in your room.  We are looking for these learning targets when we do classroom walk-throughs.  The learning targets should go along with the essential understandings.  A learning target is what want the students should know and be able to do at the end of the lesson.  Students should know what the learning target is, are assessed on the learning target, and can assess themselves on how well they understand the learning target.  All lessons have a learning target, whether it is a small group lesson or a large group lesson.  During the lesson formal and informal assessments and other classwork align with the learning target.

The 5 C's

We strive to structure a learning environment which encompasses the 5 C’s: 

Advanced Placement Program

Advanced Placement (AP) program, allows students to take rigorous, college-level coursework while in high school.  At the completion of the year-long course, students can take an AP exam.  If the student earns a 3 or above on the exam they are awarded corresponding college credit.   Graduates earning a qualifying score gives them a head start on postsecondary studies.

% of Total AP Students with Scores 3 +:  69.3%

AP Courses Offered at the High School

  • Music Theory
  • English Language and Composition - Eng. Lang
  • English Literature and Composition - Eng. Lit
  • Human Geography
  • Psychology
  • US History
  • Calculus
  • Computer Science A
  • Statistics
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Environmental Science
  • Physics 1
  • Physics C:  Mechanics
  • French Language and Culture
  • Spanish Language and Culture