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Schools

Wed
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Mar

Hmielewski is Kaukauna Lions Student of the Month


Morgan Hmielewski
Morgan Hmielewski, daughter of Marcia and Michael Hmielewski, was named Kaukauna Lions Student of the Month for the month of November. 
While in high school, she’s probably enjoyed her science classes the most. 
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17
Mar

Kaukauna school board has three candidates for two positions

Voters in the Kaukauna Area School District have their choice of three people running for two positions on the Board of Education on the April 6 election ballot.
Incumbents Josh Karl and John Seckel are being challenged by Sally Jo Feistel. 
Sally Feistel 
Wed
17
Mar

Little Chute School Board approves limited outdoor field trips

The Little Chute School Board approved outdoor field trips for the last quarter of the school year at last week’s meeting.
Wed
17
Mar

Kimberly School Board hears update on virtual learning

Director of Student Improvement John Schultz presented the Kimberly Area School District Board of Education with an update on how the district’s virtual learning program has fared thus far in the 2020-21 school year at last Monday evening’s regular meeting.
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17
Mar

Kaukauna school board retains 4-day model through end of year at RVMS, KHS

COVID-19 numbers have stabilized as very low within the Kaukauna Area School District, with up to 20 percent of students remaining on the virtual learning option.
With no students in secondary school buildings on Wednesday, teachers use that day to prepare their lessons for virtual students.
Wed
10
Mar

Despite pandemic, Kimberly students shine on stage


Submitted photo/Kimberly High School Seniors Grant Colling (left) and Ali Stumpf (right) performing in Women and War in early February.
For the first time in nearly a year, Kimberly High School students were given the opportunity to perform live. The KHS Theatre students took center stage in early February with their performance of Women and War.
Wed
10
Mar

NDLC students raise money through penny war


Brian Roebke photo/The Community Outreach group at New Directions Learning Community in Kaukauna raised $765.09 for Pillars through a penny war at school. Pictured are Jackson Behling, Bennett Stainton, Christian Luehring, Holden Smith, Raeleigh Gross, Ava Grenz, and Bella Lecker.
We’re living and going to school during a worldwide pandemic but there’s still a way for students to raise money for one of their causes.
The Community Outreach group at New Directions Learning Community in Kaukauna held a penny war at school that raised $765.09 for Pillars, based in Appleton.
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04
Mar

Kaukauna, Kimberly teachers and Kaukauna student earn Herb Kohl Foundation awards

The selection committee for the Herb Kohl Educational Foundation Student Scholarship, Teacher Fellowship and Principal Leader-ship program has announced recipients of the 317 Herb Kohl Founda-tion awards for Wisconsin students, teachers and principals. 
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04
Mar

Villa is Little Chute Student of the Month


Stephanie Villa
The Kiwanis Club of Little Chute, in an effort to recognize Little Chute High School students who excel in their club activities, has developed an award to honor these students. The Student of the Month for January is Stephanie Villa, who is a member of Little Chute High School Forensics. 

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