Chilton, WI 53014
Chilton High
530 W Main St  (920) 849-2358
Mr. Shawn Rude
CHS Principal  E-Mail
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It is the mission of Chilton High School to assure that all students graduate with a substantial knowledge base that will develop effective thinking, communication, and application processes; an enthusiasm for life and life-long learning; and a compassion for self, but more importantly, others, as they continue to live in the society of today and that of tomorrow.

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2019-12-06 Second Annual CHS Mental Health Awareness Night

First published on 04 December 2019 Posted in CHS News & Press Releases

On behalf of CHS's Suicide Prevention Committee, you are formally invited to attend our second annual Mental Health Awareness Night this Friday evening at CHS!  Please considering joining us not only to cheer on the boys basketball teams as they take on Two Rivers, but to show your support for mental health awareness in our community and to help raise funds for Suicide Prevention Committee's future efforts.  There will be a brat fry, Stomp out Stigma merchandise for sale, a raffle for a Dairy Queen ice cream cake, and a t-shirt giveaway.  Plus, at halftime of the varsity game, we'll be holding a pinata-smashing contest between Mrs. Kelly Moehn, a business and computer science teacher, and Deputy Matt Eberhardt, our district school resource officer.   

Also, thanks to New Hope Center, anyone interested in Stomp out Stigma apparel can now visit our convenient online store (  Please consider ordering a t-shirt, sweatshirt, or sweatpants to join Suicide Prevention Committee in spreading the message that there is no shame in talking about mental health and especially in asking for help!  The store will close Sunday, December 15.

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Zach Platner, Suicide Prevention Committee co-adviser, at or (920)849-2358, ext. 4363. 

Thank you!

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