This site is an opportunity to provide an excellent avenue of communication for all those interested in Preble Activities. As you spend time on this site please feel free to offer us your opinions on how this site can be improved.
Green Bay Preble High School is very proud of its activity offerings. Our goal is to make participation in an activity an enjoyable, rewarding and positive experience for all those involved.
The Preble Activities Department takes great pride in providing excellent experience. We offer competition that challenges our students to achieve excellence and to mature and develop as responsible individuals. Integrity, fairness and respect are lifetime values that are taught through activities. With them the spirit of competition thrives.
The success of our activity programs at Preble High School shows us to be an institution that believes in and pursues excellence in our students – both inside the classroom and outside the classroom.
Communication is also paramount to the success of all our programs. This site offers opportunities to view schedules, results and avenues to connect to our activity department.Please take advantage of these opportunities and feel free to share this web site with others.
Congratulations to all our students and their parents and good luck to you on the upcoming school year.
Dan Retzki, Activities Director
Green Bay Preble High School
The Green Bay Public School District believes co-curricular activities are an integral part of the total educational process. Through participation in these opportunities, students can have experiences and training in events not ordinarily obtainable in the general curriculum. Policies have been developed and are implemented to cultivate the high ideals of good citizenship, community involvement and personal growth. The school district considers involvement in co-curricular activities a privilege. Student participation carries with it certain responsibilities and expectations which promote growth toward becoming a responsible member of society. We expect students to be a credit to themselves, their family, school, and community. Creating school spirit begins with taking pride in our school
“The Green Bay Area Public School District maintains an overall policy of assisting in the development of community groups and recognizes a broad spectrum of student groups. However, it does not necessarily endorse the views of groups whose materials are distributed or posted.”