Schools

Thu
08
Sep

Shawano County's Upward Bound seeks students

Shawano County's Upward Bound seeks 20 high school students to participate in its free college-readiness program.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"We provide opportunities and guidance for up to 50 students who come from disadvantaged families to get to college," said Dorothy Buelow-Putz, assistant director at Shawano County's Upward Bound. "Sometimes it can be kind of intimidating - between all the forms and visiting campus.

Thu
08
Sep

Shawano County's Upward Bound seeks students

Shawano County's Upward Bound seeks 20 high school students to participate in its free college-readiness program.

"We provide opportunities and guidance for up to 50 students who come from disadvantaged families to get to college," said Dorothy Buelow-Putz, assistant director at Shawano County's Upward Bound. "Sometimes it can be kind of intimidating - between all the forms and visiting campus. It's something that's new to them and their parents."

Fri
02
Sep

Schools honored for work with low-income students

Six area schools kick-started the new school year with high marks from the state.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The state Department of Public Instruction recognized 116 elementary, middle and high schools with School of Recognition awards for their success in educating students of low-income families.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->The schools included Gresham and Bowler high schools and elementary schools in Bowler, Gillett, Marion and Tigerton.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->Tigerton Elementary School has won the recognition for the last thre

Fri
02
Sep

Schools honored for work with low-income students

Six area schools kick-started the new school year with high marks from the state.

The state Department of Public Instruction recognized 116 elementary, middle and high schools with School of Recognition awards for their success in educating students of low-income families.

The schools included Gresham and Bowler high schools and elementary schools in Bowler, Gillett, Marion and Tigerton.

Tigerton Elementary School has won the recognition for the last three years, and Gresham and Bowler high schools for the last two.

Fri
02
Sep

Tiny school provides unique educational experience

Wolf River Lutheran High School of Cecil opened its doors for the new school year Wednesday with 14 students - its second largest enrollment ever.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"We are excited to see our enrollment double from last year," said part-time principal Ruben Rakow.

Fri
02
Sep

Tiny school provides unique educational experience

Wolf River Lutheran High School of Cecil opened its doors for the new school year Wednesday with 14 students - its second largest enrollment ever.<br /><br /><!-- 1upcrlf2 -->"We are excited to see our enrollment double from last year," said part-time principal Ruben Rakow.

Fri
02
Sep

Tiny school provides unique educational experience

Wolf River Lutheran High School of Cecil opened its doors for the new school year Wednesday with 14 students - its second largest enrollment ever.

"We are excited to see our enrollment double from last year," said part-time principal Ruben Rakow. "We have three new freshmen this year and four students who transferred."

The school's largest enrollment was 18 in 2006-07.

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