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Tue
06
Sep

School Notes

<b>Bonduel Elementary School</b><br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->This year, Bonduel Elementary School will be introducing a new program to help teach important life skills. Many teachers and parents worked together to create the PEACE (Praise, Encourage, Accept, Care and Empathize) program that will be instituted schoolwide.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->This program will focus on the positive attributes that school officials want students to portray.

Tue
06
Sep

School Notes

Bonduel Elementary School

This year, Bonduel Elementary School will be introducing a new program to help teach important life skills. Many teachers and parents worked together to create the PEACE (Praise, Encourage, Accept, Care and Empathize) program that will be instituted schoolwide.

Sat
03
Sep

Hop to it

Kelsey Jo Sarenich, 14, showed her rabbit, Benny, at the Shawano County Fair's junior judging competition for the first time.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"I thought rabbits were cute and fun to have as a pet. He's the first one I ever got," she said.

Sat
03
Sep

Hop to it

Kelsey Jo Sarenich, 14, showed her rabbit, Benny, at the Shawano County Fair's junior judging competition for the first time.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"I thought rabbits were cute and fun to have as a pet. He's the first one I ever got," she said.

Sat
03
Sep

Hop to it

Kelsey Jo Sarenich, 14, showed her rabbit, Benny, at the Shawano County Fair's junior judging competition for the first time.

"I thought rabbits were cute and fun to have as a pet. He's the first one I ever got," she said. "I take care of him by feeding and combing him and cleaning his cage."

Another first time contender, 9-year-old Kayla Lipsey, said she was excited to show her bunny, Snowball.

"I had to give him a bath earlier. He kept trying to get out of the sink," she said.

Sat
03
Sep

Hop to it

Kelsey Jo Sarenich, 14, showed her rabbit, Benny, at the Shawano County Fair's junior judging competition for the first time.

"I thought rabbits were cute and fun to have as a pet. He's the first one I ever got," she said. "I take care of him by feeding and combing him and cleaning his cage."

Another first time contender, 9-year-old Kayla Lipsey, said she was excited to show her bunny, Snowball.

"I had to give him a bath earlier. He kept trying to get out of the sink," she said.

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