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Schools

Wed
04
Nov

Smith is Kimberly High School student of the month

Hannah Smith is the Kimberly High School student of the month for October, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Darboy and the Times-Villager.

The daughter of Daryl and Shanon Smith has enjoyed the performing arts the most while in high school.

Wed
04
Nov

Little Chute School Board approves moving grades 5-6 to synchronous learning platform

The Little Chute School Board approved moving the grades 5 and 6 to a synchronous learning platform similar to the current experience grades 7 through 12 are having on Wednesdays and modification of the Wednesday platform for kindergarten through grade 4.

Wed
04
Nov

Kimberly School District’s tax levy sees increase due to vouchers

Executive Director of Business Services and Sustainability Becky Hansen presented the Kimberly Area School District Board of Education with final budget numbers at its regular meeting last Monday evening.

Wed
04
Nov

Kaukauna school tax includes $1.1 million for voucher schools

The Kaukauna Area School District’s Board of Education approved its 2020-21 budget and tax levy last week, including charging taxpayers $1.1 million for vouchers for students who live inside the school district but attend private voucher schools as part of the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program.

Wed
04
Nov

COVID-19 plateauing in Kaukauna schools

It’s been an unusual start of the school year in America but the Kaukauna Area School District is doing about as well as could be hoped for.

Wed
28
Oct

Kaukauna High School Technology Education Program gets state-of-the-art CNC machine

Historically, Kaukauna High School's Technology and Engineering program has utilized grants to continuously upgrade equipment and provide cutting-edge, industry-relatable tools for student learning and spent countless hours working with area businesses to provide students opportunities for real-world, hands-on experiences.

Thu
22
Oct

Little Chute School Board approves projected tax levy

At its annual meeting, the Little Chute School Board approved a projected tax levy for 2020-21 at $5,359,229 and a mill rate of $9.03.

Thu
22
Oct

Kimberly School District sees greater enrollment dip than expected

The Kimberly Area School District presented its board of education with the official September, third-Friday enrollment report at its regular meeting last Monday.

Enrollments have been declining across the district in recent years, but the numbers for 2020-21 have declined more significantly than in past years.

Thu
22
Oct

Kaukauna schools unveil COVID-19 dashboard

The Kaukauna Area School District has unveiled a dashboard of information related to its Stronger Together Re-opening plan.

The good news is “the trajectory has slowed,” Superintendent Mark Duerwaechter told the board of education at its Oct. 12 meeting.

Wed
07
Oct

Little Chute School Board approves use of therapy dog

Dex, a downy-soft Labradoodle, began working at the Little Chute Middle, Intermediate and High Schools last week, the day after the Little Chute School Board approved a policy governing therapy dogs in schools.

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