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Cumberland High School
Phone: (715) 822-5121 - Fax (715) 822-5138
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Phone: 715-822-5104    Fax: 715-822-5139
1000 8th Avenue, Cumberland, WI  54829

 

Cumberland High School, grades 9 through 12, is designed to meet the needs of all students through a wide variety of academic opportunities. Students receive personalized assistance from a dedicated staff in a variety of academic courses that enable them to achieve their academic and future career goals.  The high school's focus is on providing a strong academic curriculum with high expectations for all students.  All core subjects are offered to meet the standard requirements for graduation. The music and drama departments provide other excellent opportunities in band, chorus and theatre. The high school has multiple pathways to assure literacy in computer technology. Many extra-curricular activities in sports, service clubs, academics, art and the performing arts are also offered.

Printable 5K Registration Form

Northern Lights Marching Classic
6:00 Saturday September 20th
Endeavor Stadium
Gates Open at 5:00
Tickets: $8.00


      Thirteen outstanding marching bands from across Wisconsin and Minnesota will be coming to Cumberland on Saturday September 20th.  The second annual Northern Lights Marching Classic will commence at 6:00 pm with the singing of the Star Spangled Banner by the Cumberland Chamber Choir.  Throughout the evening the visiting bands, as well as the State Champion Cumberland High School Marching Band, will demonstrate their musical excellence while marching through choreographed precision drill. The bands will be judged on their musical performance, percussion, visual performance, and color guard.  The evening will conclude with an exhibition performance by the UW Eau Claire Blugold Marching Band.  
      Area high school bands that will be participating in the event include St. Croix Falls, Ladysmith, Spooner, Baldwin/Woodville, Cumberland, Hudson, Antigo, River Falls, Portage, Irondale, Champlin Park and Minnetonka as well as the UW-Eau Claire Marching Blugolds.
      Tickets are $8.00 and can be purchased at the gate.  We look forward to seeing you at the second annual Northern Lights Marching Classic on Saturday, September 20th at Endeavor Stadium for an evening of great music, good food, and community celebration. 

 

 

 

 




Cumberland School District

2014-2015 Athletic and Co-Curricular Code Information

 

This year the Cumberland School District is providing all the information needed for athletes and co-curricular participants involved in activities during the 2014-2015 school year on our website.  Click here for a copy of the CHS Athletic and Co-Curricular Code Handbook.

 

ATHLETES: Please Complete the Following Information

Please click on the following link to view the CHS Athletic anc Co-Curricular Code Presentation.  After reviewing the presentation, there are 4 forms that need to be completed before an athlete is eligible to practice and compete.  Three of these forms are available for you in the links below to download, print and complete.  The fourth form will be coming to you in a mailing from the high school office.  All required forms must be in the high school office BEFORE ANY ATHLETE WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN THEIR SPORT.  The forms are as follows:

1. CHS Athletic Code Agreement and Parent Code of Commitment

2. WIAA Physical Card or Alternate Year Card

Student-Athlete Physical Card

Student-Athlete Physical Alternate Card

3. Concussion Acknowledgement

4. **CHS Emergency Information Card. 

**This card will be sent to you in the mail.  Please make sure the information is

updated and included with the other athletic paperwork.

 

CO-CURRICULAR PARTICIPANTS: Please Complete the Following Information

Please click on the following link to view the CHS Athletic anc Co-Curricular Code Presentation.  After reviewing the presentation, there is one form that needs to be completed before a student is eligible to participate in any co-curricular activity.  This form is available for you in the link below to download, print and complete.  All required forms must be in the high school office BEFORE ANY STUDENT WILL BE ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE IN A CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITY.  The form is as follows:

CHS Co-Curricular Code Agreement and Parent Code of Commitment

Please return all required forms completed and signed to the high school office before the beginning of the school year. All forms are also available in the high school office for those that are not able to print this information. Remember, without the appropriate paperwork, students WILL NOT be able to participate in athletics or co-curricular activities. 

Thank you for your cooperation, and let's make the CHS 2014-2015 school year enjoyable for all involved.




 

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