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Schools

Wed
12
May

Ruffing wins Lawrence University community partner award


Submitted photo/Kaukauna High School Principal Corey Baumgartner, alumnus Molly Ruffing, and school counselor Matt Binsfeld.
Kaukauna High School alumnus Molly Ruffing (2018) and her First of Many program at KHS has earned Lawrence University’s 2021 Community Partner Diversity and Inclusion Champion Award. 
Wed
12
May

Diversifying our teacher workforce: Existing hurdles, local strategies and state options

Hurdles to diversifying Wis-consin’s teacher workforce exist throughout the teacher career pipeline, and while local schools and teacher training programs are taking steps to overcome them, a concerted response by state policymakers could enhance this momentum.
Wed
05
May

McConnell is Kimberly High School Student of the Month


Brady McConnell
Brady McConnell is the May Student of the Month at Kimberly High School, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Darboy and the Times-Villager.
The son of Kate and Josh McConnell has enjoyed the tech ed and math areas the most in high school. 
Wed
05
May

Kaukauna HOSA advisor earns outstanding advisor award


Laurie Moseng
Kaukauna High School’s Laurie Moseng has been selected as the 2021 recipient of Wisconsin’s Outstanding HOSA Advisor Award. 
Wed
05
May

Kaukauna musicians advance to state competition


Brian Roebke photo/Kaukauna High School students qualified for state solo/ensemble this spring. Front: Payton Kasel, Randi McMorrow, Josie Mikesh, Lizzy Campbell, and Aubrey Norred. Middle: Lauren Tews, Kiran Lison, Raigen Nass, and Reghan Millard. Back: Elliott Meyer, Hannah Breckheimer, Colin Vandeloo, Abby VanElzen, and Peter Lison. Not pictured: Leah McElhaney.
Wed
05
May

Autumn Davis is Little Chute High School student of the month


Autumn Davis
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.
Wed
05
May

Little Chute schools hire three new teachers

Three new hires were approved at the Little Chute School Board meeting last week.
Wed
05
May

LCCPA receives high national ranking

U.S. News has ranked Little Chute Career Pathways Academy No. 2 among Appleton/Wisconsin metro area high schools, No. 2,443 in national rankings, No. 66 among Wisconsin high schools, and No. 350 in national charter high schools.

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