Kenosha Tremper High School

Return 20202020-21 Registration

Registration will ONLY be available online this year. Learn more at kusd.edu/registration. Those who do not have access to a computer or need assistance with registration should make an in-person appointment by completing this form or calling 262-359-7000. Anyone needing technical assistance with accessing online registration (e.g. password retrieval, etc.) should contact their school building or the Online Registration Helpdesk at 262-359-8910.

Schools will communicate other virtual events, such as Open House, Gear Up, welcome back events, pictures, yearbook distribution, Chromebook/Hotspot distribution, etc., as details are finalized.

Virtual graduation ceremonies, airing live at 5 p.m. Saturday, July 25

Tremper Virtual Graduation Link

 


  • New Auditorium House Lights


Fall Athletic Paperwork

We have some additional dates set for the collection of Fall sports paperwork. Packets are available on our website. For Fall Sports, students will need either the Athletic Physical packet or the Alternate Year packet. Below is a link to the Forms page of our website. We’ll be collecting forms at the Tremper Main Entrance on 26th Avenue: Wednesdays & Thursdays, August 12 and 13 from 3:30-5 pm. Any questions about forms, please email jmatera@kusd.edu or mfranke@kusd.edu

The WIAA established later start dates for Fall sports, and we are operating with the understanding that we are moving forward with them. Start dates are August 19 for Boys and Girls Cross Country, Girls Swimming/Diving, Girls Tennis, Girls Golf. And September 7 for Football, Boys Soccer, Boys and Girls Volleyball.

Click here for a link to the participation forms.


Summer Reading Assignment

Are you taking an Honors or AP English Class at Tremper next year?  We have all the details for your Summer Reading Assignments on the link below.   Start now and keep on reading!

2020 Summer Reading Assignments 

On Thursday, August 6th at 1 pm, the 10th grade Honors English team will be hosting a virtual session to help students understand the Summer Reading Assignment. It is not mandatory to attend, but it will provide insights on how to get started and what the teachers are looking for as well as give students a chance to ask questions about the assignment.  Attend the session by going to Google Meet using the nickname Tremper10honors or refer to the assignment letter prior to meeting.


Attention Class of 2020

Please take a moment to request your final transcript using your Xello account.  If you need a refresher on how to do so, please refer to the Xello Video Tark Talk.  Once you do so, your request will be held in Xello until transcripts are finalized with all grades and graduation date.  They should be finalized by July 1, 2020.  At that time they will be sent to your requested college electronically for their records.  If you are undecided, feel free to request more than one college to receive your final transcript.

* Please note, if you need a current (7th semester) transcript to be sent to colleges for review please fill out the Xello request, but then also contact Barb Huss at bhuss@kusd.edu or Jeff Tarkowski at jrtarkow@kusd.edu. and we will take care of sending that for you.

If you have any questions, feel free to email Barb Huss @ bhuss@kusd.edu.

Senior Honors Convocation

Each year Tremper honors seniors for their distinguished academic achievements, leadership, and commitment at the Senior Honors Convocation. Since we cannot gather in person, please join us as we virtually honor these students by viewing the video below.  Congratulations to all!

Virtual Senior Honors Convocation


Tremper Student Virtual Art Show

 


 


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Tremper Quad

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Tremper Renaissance & Academic Affairs

17th Annual Craft and Gift Fair

Saturday, October 3rd, 2020

Exhibitors Wanted

Info and Application or contact tremperfair@kusd.edu or 1-262-359-8742


Tremper High School Trophy Case
Athletic Recognition Plaques

sponsored by
Tremper High School Athletics 

click here for information and order form