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Schools

Wed
16
Sep

School districts dealing with pandemic

It’s not easy for Heart of the Valley schools to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, but they are managing and plans they had in place when classes began on Sept. 1 are working.

Thu
24
Sep

No COVID-19 cases coming from inside Little Chute schools

The Little Chute School District has sent students and staff home with COVID-19 symptoms, but none have originated from other students or staff, Superintendent David Botz told the school board at recent meeting.

Thu
24
Sep

Kimberly School Board presented with COVID update, counseling department update

The Kimberly Area School District Board of Education received a presentation last Monday, Sept. 14, on updates within the district’s counseling department and held an open discussion with Superintendent Bob Mayfield on the district’s COVID-19 successes so far early in the year.

Thu
24
Sep

Kaukauna schools meeting instructional needs while balancing health needs


KHS Activities Director Chris McDaniel, who leads the contact tracing team, described the team’s work to the board of education at last week’s meeting. Contract tracing takes a lot of work and time but McDaniel feels that work is keeping more students in school./Brian Roebke photo

Superintendent Mark Duerwaechter gave the Kaukauna Area School District’s Stronger Together Reopening Update at last week’s board of education meeting, telling board members that transition benchmarking has been the recent focus of administrators.

Wed
09
Sep

St. Ignatius Catholic School expanding offerings to include high school

St. Ignatius Catholic School in Kaukauna intends to enhance its educational opportunities by partnering with the Chesterton Academy to add grades nine through 12.

Wed
09
Sep

Kaukauna schools have 12 percent of students on virtual platform to start school


Kaukauna Superintendent Mark Duerwaechter

  Twelve percent of students in the Kaukauna Area School District are learning virtually this fall. That news was part of Superintendent Mark Duerwaechter’s presentation of the “Stronger Together Reopening Plan” that was presented at the most recent school board meeting.

Wed
02
Sep

Little Chute School Board approves late hires

At a recent special meeting, the Little Chute School Board approved two hires that help fill out vacancies in the school system.

Wed
02
Sep

Little Chute board endorses plan to decrease class sizes for kindergarten, fourth grade

Responding to growing enrollment numbers in kindergarten and fourth grade, the Little Chute School Board at a recent meeting endorsed a request by Superintendent David Botz and Elementary Principal Mark Vandenhouten to hire an additional 1.5 full time equivalent employees if current numbers remain constant or increase for the 2020-21 school year

Wed
02
Sep

Kimberly School Board presented with additional COVID plans

The Kimberly Area School District Board of Education was presented with more COVID-19 plans at its regular meeting last Monday evening. Among the items on the agenda were an update to the district’s safety plan and its COVID health response plan.

Wed
05
Aug

Little Chute schools giving parents choices for educating children

Whether in the classroom or virtually, Little Chute School District students will participate in real time learning from the classroom this fall.

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