Schools

Thu
06
Oct

Keshena students hauling food home

Menominee Indian School District is taking a proactive approach to make sure students are eating properly and that there is plenty of food in the home to better enable them to learn.

Volunteers spent Friday morning and afternoon filling backpacks with food to go home with 300 Keshena Primary School students from kindergarten to third grade. All told, 9,000 sacks' worth of food will be distributed over the course of the school year, with students going home every Friday with potatoes, cans of soup, fruits and other healthy necessities.

Mon
03
Oct

School Notes

<p style="text-align:center;">Shawano Community Middle School</p><p>SCMS has had fabulous student participation this year in our fall athletics. We are so thankful for our coaches and volunteers and our successful season! This year, the eighth-grade volleyball team is coached by Anne Beck and Stacey Senzig. The seventh-grade volleyball team is coached by Chad Bromiesl. Parent helpers Janet Rankin and Rick Carl help out cross country coaches Rebecca Jacoby and Brent Reiter.

Mon
03
Oct

School Notes

Shawano Community Middle School

Thu
29
Sep

Class building garage for Safe Haven

<p>Nearly 30 students in Shawano Community High School's Residential Building Construction class are tackling their most ambitious garage project ever for Safe Haven Domestic Abuse Center.</p><p>"It's really a neat project, kind of a whole community effort," said Stacey Cicero, executive director of Safe Haven. "I think the kids really like the hands-on experience."</p><p>Students will work through the entire semester to build the 2,000-square-foot, three-door garage, teacher Greg Brown said.

Thu
29
Sep

Class building garage for Safe Haven

Nearly 30 students in Shawano Community High School's Residential Building Construction class are tackling their most ambitious garage project ever for Safe Haven Domestic Abuse Center.

"It's really a neat project, kind of a whole community effort," said Stacey Cicero, executive director of Safe Haven. "I think the kids really like the hands-on experience."

Tue
27
Sep

Three area students National Merit semifinalists

<p>Three area seniors can add 2012 National Merit Scholarship Program semifinalist to their high school accomplishments.</p><p>Ella Olson of Bonduel High School, Adam Rycroft of Shawano Community High School and home-schooled Bailey Bergmann of Shawano were among 16,000 students nationwide to be named as semifinalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC), putting them one step closer to earning prestigious scholarships to college.</p><p>Semifinalists represent less than 1 percent of U.S.

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