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Wed
16
Dec

Duffeck named Little Chute Student of the Month


LCHS Earth Club members Dyllan Roepcke, Keaton Duffeck and Jesus Hernandez during the spring Adopt-a-Highway Cleanup on Highway N north of Little Chute.

For the month of November, Little Chute Earth Club recognized a long-standing member of its club to receive the Kiwanis Club Little Chute High School Student of the Month Award, Keaton Duffeck. 

Wed
02
Dec

Little Chute School Board approves motion to repair elementary school wall

On the recommendation of the Little Chute School Board’s Building, Grounds and Energy Committee, members approved repair to a wall in the Elementary School to prevent water infiltration.

Wed
02
Dec

Kimberly school board updated on KHS improvement plan

The Kimberly Area School District Board of Education was presented with a thorough improvement plan concerning Kimberly High School at its regular meeting Monday, Nov. 23.

Wed
02
Dec

Kaukauna parents tell school board members thoughts on hybrid model


Ted Neitzke, executive director and CEO from CESA 6, spoke to the Kaukauna school board about board development at a special board meeting on Nov. 23. Kaukauna Superintendent Mark Duerwaechter said board governance matters. He repeated an old saying, “Without excellence in the board room, we can’t have excellence in the classroom.”/Brian Roebke photo

A pair of fathers of Kaukauna High School students appeared before the board to talk about their high school children not being in school full time.

Wed
25
Nov

PCCS pivots to virtual instructional instruction

The Kaukauna Area School District made the decision to transition Park Community Charter School to an all-virtual instructional model on Wednesday, Nov. 18.

Primarily, this decision was based on the data that 29.41 percent of staff (10/34) was in quarantine, with one positive staff case and two positive student cases (2/255). 

Wed
18
Nov

Kimberly board presented with COVID update at regular meeting

The highlight of Kimberly’s message to its board of education last Monday evening concerning COVID-19 was simple and positive: Through the first quarter of the school year, the district has managed to continue with in-person learning five days a week.

Wed
18
Nov

Kaukauna students saved almost $775,000 in post-secondary credits in 2019-20


Associate Principal Michelle Vraney presented information about Kaukauna High School’s advanced placement program to the Kaukauna school board last week. During the 2019-20 school year KHS students earned 213 college credits worth approximately $90,170 through AP courses/Brian Reobke photo

Students at Kaukauna High School earned a total of 3,647 post-secondary credits through Advanced Placement, Cooperative Academic Partnership Program and Fox Valley Technical College worth an estimated total of $772,939 during the 2019-20 school year.

Wed
18
Nov

Kaukauna school committee recommends working on school safety improvements

Voters in the Kaukauna Area School District rejected a $32.9 million referendum question on the April 2, 2019 ballot, but the district never forgot about those needs and is poised to move ahead with safe school entrances.

Mon
09
Nov

Updated: Kimberly Board of Education unanimously votes to move ahead with winter sports

Note: This is an updated version of the story that appeared on timesvillager.com last Monday

The Kimberly Area School District Board of Education voted unanimously to move forward with winter sports – boys’ and girls’ basketball and wrestling - at its regular meeting last Monday evening.

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.

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